Raj's group is working on cutting-edge highly interdisciplinary area, addressing the problems of electrochemical interest, from fundamental studies of electrochemical energy conversion and storage to electrocatalytic and bioelectrocatalytic sensing. Design and development of novel functional materials for electrochemical energy conversion and storage and bioelectrocatalytic applications are some of the targets.
Electrocatalysis - Fuel Cell: Electrocatalytic reduction of oxygen, oxidation of formic acid and methanol
Metal-air and Metal-ion Batteries: Rechargeable Zn-air, Li/Na-air, Zn-ion batteries
Supercapacitor: Asymmetric and hybrid supercapacitor, electrolyte for supercapacitor
Water Splitting: Hydrogen and oxygen evolution, oxidative upgrading of biorefineries
Amperometric Sensing: Sensing and biosensing of clinical analytes and water contaminants