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Gamze Yilmaz Kanargi completed her doctoral studies on the development of transition metal chalcogenides for electrochemical energy storage/conversion applications at National University of Singapore (NUS). She then started her postdoctoral studies in the Nanomaterials & Nanosystems Innovation research group at NUS. During this time, her research focused on the engineering of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and MOFs-derived nanostructures for energy storage/conversion and water harvesting applications. She devised atomic- and molecular-level design strategies over MOFs to comprehend structure-performance and functionality-activity relationships for the target application. She was particularly interested in the preparation of defective nanostructures and generation of component synergistic effects to provide in-depth understanding. As of May 2021, Gamze has joined School of Chemistry, Monash University. She is working on design, mechanistic studies, and performance testing of water-splitting electromaterials.

Education/Academic qualification

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, PhD, National University of Singapore


Award Date: 31 Oct 2017

Chemical and Biological Engineering, MSc


Award Date: 12 Jul 2013

Research area keywords

  • Electrocatalysis
  • Electrochemistry
  • Functional (Nano) Materials
  • Metal-Organic Framework
  • Nanostructured materials
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