Hybrid Porous Materials

Our research group focuses on the design and development, and structure-property relationship of various advanced hybrid two-dimensional (2D) porous materials. We target applications including water purification, water harvesting, clean energy conversion, and storage technology. Explore how our cutting-edge innovations address critical challenges in environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.

Laboratory (HPML)

Geopolymer concrete

To address these waste management issues effectively, promoting large-scale Resource
Recovery and Reuse (RRR) for concrete production

Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage

The prospects of using sunlight to convert a harmful greenhouse gas, CO2, along with H2O, into useful products are a holistic solution towards a net-zero economy

Latest News

Faculty Innovator Award – 2021

Many congratulations to our group leader Dr. Jayaramulu Kolleboyina, for becoming...

Fabulous Faculty Award – 2020

Congratulations to our group leader Dr. Jayaramulu Kolleboyina, for becoming “The...


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