Nano Tissue Engineering Drug Delivery Research Group (NANOTEDD GROUP)

NANOTEDD research group was formed to initiate and encourage research activities in the area of nanotechnology and tissue engineering.The aim of the group is to participate in academic research activities, as well as to provide an active base for undergraduate and postgraduate research.This group is led by Dr. Che Azurahanim Che Abdullah (DR CACA).

Investigations of structural and optical properties of zinc oxide thin films growth on various substrates

In this research, the structural and optical properties of Zinc Oxide (ZnO) thin film were successfully depositedon various substrates including silicon (Si), sapphire (Al2O3), polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and poly-propylene carbonate (PPC) by Radio Frequency (RF) sputtering technique. In this project, the structural andoptical properties of the samples were studied by …

Structural and optical properties of AlN/GaN and AlN/AlGaN/GaN thin films on silicon substrate prepared by plasma assisted molecular beam epitaxy (MBE)

In this study, the Aluminium Nitride/Gallium Nitride (AlN/GaN) layers and Aluminium Nitride/Aluminium Gallium Nitride/Gallium Nitride (AlN/AlGaN/GaN) layer heterostructures were successfully created using technique known as plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) on silicon substrate. Gallium (7 N) and Aluminium (6 N5) of high purity were used to grow GaN, AlN and AlGaN respectively. The structural and optical properties of …

Synthesis, characterization and investigation of photocatalytic activity of nano-titania from natural ilmenite with graphite for cigarette smoke degradation

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) and TiO2 recycled graphite (TiO2/G) have been successfully synthesized by using synthetic for measuring the degradation time of the cigarette smoke under the visible light irradiation. In this work, the synthetic was derived from natural Malaysian Ilmenite’s waste to produce a low cost of TiO2 via environmental …

Synthesis and characterization of graphene oxide functionalized with magnetic nanoparticle via simple emulsion method

Current research focusing on the loading of Iron (III) oxide (IO) onto graphene oxide (GO) via simple emulsion technique. GO specialty such as big surface to volume ratio combined with magnetic nanoparticle superparamagnetic properties produce interesting nanocomposite material for biomedical application. Proper modification was carried out by simply varying the …