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Asst.Prof.Dr. Phimphaka Harding
Spin Crossover Nanomaterials
Nanomaterials are expected to form the basis of technological materials in the future. [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]Nanomaterials developed from our molecular systems allow the design of truly functional devices. These nanomaterials vary in shape from spheres to cubes to rods. Thin films are also accessible and represent a promising alternative to current technology. [/read]
Asst.Prof.Dr. Phimphaka Harding
Light harvesting Ru and Zn complexes.
We focus on the design and synthesis of mixed ligand Ru and Zn systems using microwave synthesis [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]as an efficient way to prepare the target molecules. To achieve maximum output we are screening our target molecules by applying TD DFT calculations to the system before we actually synthesize the complexes. [/read]
Assoc.Prof.Dr. David James Harding
Molecular Switches
Spin crossover materials exhibit two magnetic states which may be switched by changes in [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]temperature, pressure or occasionally light. This creates a molecular switch. [/read]
Assoc.Prof.Dr. David James Harding
Molecular Metal Clusters
Discrete metal clusters can display a variety of fascinating magnetic behaviours including[read more=”More”  less=”Less”]single molecule magnet (SMM) behaviour. In these systems each cluster acts as a high spin molecular switch. Once again, the applications are in data storage, quantum computing and spintronic devices. [/read]

Assoc.Prof.Dr. David James Harding
Applications of Spin Crossover Materials
The ability of spin crossover complexes to act as binary switches and their clear colour changes[read more=”More”  less=”Less”] upon crossover make them suitable for a broad range of applications including high density data storage, quantum computing and sensors. [/read]
 Asst.Prof.Dr. Worrapong Phupong
My research interest is about natural product chemistry in plants and microorganisms and bioactive compound isolation, [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]structure determination, and evaluation the bioavailability of the pure compounds responsible for the biological activities such as anti-oxidation,anti-inflammation, and antifungal activity. [/read]
 Asst.Prof.Dr. Supaporn Dokmaisrijan
My research interest is about MD simulation of protein-protein and protein-ligand complexes, gelation of polymers [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]and polymer/gelator complexes, and molecular and spectroscopic properties of organic compounds. [/read]
Asst.Prof.Dr. Montra Chairat
My research interest is about adsorption and thermodynamic studies for dyeing of textiles with natural dyes, [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]Structural modification of natural dyes and/or surface modification of fibers for improving the dye uptake onto fibers and biosorption of dye removal from textile effluents using low-cost absorbents. [/read]

Asst.Prof.Dr. Upsorn Boonyang
My research interests are mainly in biomaterials synthesis; bioactive glasses, hydroxy /fluoroapatite, porous [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]materials , biocomposite materials, and their applications.[/read]
Asst.Prof.Dr. Parawee Rattanakit
My research interest is in the field of green chemistry, nanoparticles, flow-based system and environmental analysis.
Asst.Prof.Dr. Apirak Payaka
My research interest is in the area of computational chemistry. At the present, I focus on searching the receptor-bound conformations [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]of Monoamine Oxidase and its substrates. [/read]
 Dr. Chompoonoot Nanthamathee
My research interests span across the field of porous materials. Specific topics are synthesis and functionalization [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]of zeolites and Metal-Organic Frameworks for various applications. A range of applications primarily includes gas/ liquid adsorption and separation, wastewater treatment and sensing. [/read]
Dr. Cholpisut Tantapakul
My research interest is natural products chemistry field. I’m working on the isolation and elucidation of secondary metabolites from [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]plants and fungi, as well as evaluation of their biological activities including of antioxidant, antibacteria and alpha-glucosidase inhibition.  [/read]
Dr. Pamornrat Kueseng
 My research interests involve the development of selective, high surface area and high porosity solid phase extraction (SPE) sorbents i.e., [read more=”More”  less=”Less”]molecular imprinted polymers (MIPs), composite cryogels. A newly developed geometry of solid-phase microextraction (SPME), 96-blade thin-film SPME with various coatings to increase the extraction efficiency is also interested.[/read]



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