Kamrul Hassan

Kamrul Hassan

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials

Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences


The joint recipient of a BK 21+ (Brain of Korea) Best Young Researcher Award in 2016 and an Australian Postgraduate Award in 2017, Kamrul Hassan has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical & Electronics Engineering and holds an M.Sc in Electrical Engineering. He joined the Graphene Hub in 2018 and is currently working on printing of graphene and related 2D materials. He tried to understand underlying fundamental phenomena to engineer nanomaterials for printed electronics, sensing and energy. Kamrul has published several journal papers in the renowned journals including Nature Energy.

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2020 Tung, T., Tran, M., Feller, J., Castro, M., Van Ngo, T., Hassan, K., . . . Losic, D. (2020). Graphene and metal organic frameworks (MOFs) hybridization for tunable chemoresistive sensors for detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) biomarkers. Carbon, 159, 333-344.
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    2020 Tung, T., Tran, M., Feller, J., Castro, M., Ngo, T., Hassan, K., . . . Losic, D. (2020). Corrigendum to “Graphene and metal organic frameworks (MOFs) hybridization for tunable chemoresistive sensors for detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) biomarkers” [Carbon 159 (2020) 333–344] (Carbon (2020) 159 (333–344), (S000862231931245X), (10.1016/j.carbon.2019.12.010)). Carbon, 162, 662.
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    2020 Yap, P., Auyoong, Y., Hassan, K., Farivar, F., Tran, D., Ma, J., & Losic, D. (2020). Multithiol functionalized graphene bio-sponge via photoinitiated thiol-ene click chemistry for efficient heavy metal ions adsorption. Chemical Engineering Journal, 395, 13 pages.
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    2020 Tung, T., Rastin, H., Zhang, B., Bi, J., Hassan, K., & Losic, D. (2020). 3D Printing of Cell-Laden Electroconductive Bioink for Tissue Engineering Application. Journal of Materials Chemistry B.
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    2018 Farzana, R., Rajarao, R., Hassan, K., Behera, P. R., & Sahajwalla, V. (2018). Thermal nanosizing: Novel route to synthesize manganese oxide and zinc oxide nanoparticles simultaneously from spent Zn–C battery. Journal of Cleaner Production, 196, 478-488.
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    2018 Uddin, A. I., Kumar, P. S., Hassan, K., & Kim, H. C. (2018). Enhanced sensing performance of bimetallic Al/Ag-CNF network and porous PDMS-based triboelectric acetylene gas sensors in a high humidity atmosphere. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 258, 857-869.
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    2017 Hassan, K., Uddin, A. I., & Chung, G. -S. (2017). Mesh of ultrasmall Pd/Mg bimetallic nanowires as fast response wearable hydrogen sensors formed on filtration membrane. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 252, 1035-1044.
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    2017 Hassan, K., & Chung, G. -S. (2017). Fast and reversible hydrogen sensing properties of Pd-capped Mg ultra-thin films modified by hydrophobic alumina substrates. SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 242, 450-460.
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    2017 Hassan, K., & Chung, G. -S. (2017). Catalytically activated quantum-size Pt/Pd bimetallic core-shell nanoparticles decorated on ZnO nanorod clusters for accelerated hydrogen gas detection. SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 239, 824-833.
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    2016 Uddin, A. I., Yaqoob, U., Hassan, K., & Chung, G. -S. (2016). Effects of Pt shell thickness on self-assembly monolayer Pd@Pt core-shell nanocrystals based hydrogen sensing. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 41(34), 15399-15410.
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    2016 Hassan, K., Uddin, A. I., & Chung, G. -S. (2016). Hydrogen sensing properties of Pt/Pd bimetal decorated on highly hydrophobic Si nanowires. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 41(25), 10991-11001.
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    2016 Hassan, K., Uddin, A. I., & Chung, G. -S. (2016). Fast-response hydrogen sensors based on discrete Pt/Pd bimetallic ultra-thin films. SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B-CHEMICAL, 234, 435-445.
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    2016 Hassan, K., Uddin, A. I., Ullah, F., Kim, Y. S., & Chung, G. -S. (2016). Platinum/palladium bimetallic ultra-thin film decorated on a one-dimensional ZnO nanorods array for use as fast response flexible hydrogen sensor. MATERIALS LETTERS, 176, 232-236.
    DOI WoS22

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