Clean-Energy Innovation Laboratory



About Us

In our Lab., we are mainly focusing on development of various low-dimensional materials (one and two dimensional) and other organic/inorganic nanostructures for applications in energy related devices. Our objective is to develop various novel materials and understand their properties for realistic practical applications.

Research area: Graphene, metal dichalcogenides, hexagonal boron nitride, CVD technique, organic/inorganic nanostructures, solar cells, photodetectors, transparent flexible devices.

Associate Professor, Golap Kalita E-mail:


Imaging graphene growth in nanoscale…!

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