Dr Habib ur Rehman is currently working as Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Before joining SSE he served as Head of Optical Materials, R & D Group at Exxelis Limited, U.K. There he developed a number of new materials for optical displays and optimized innovative processes for making LED backlights and light management films. He previously worked for Terahertz Photonics, UK, and was responsible for the development of low loss optical materials for data-comm and groundbreaking sol-gel based silica on silicon deposition technology. He holds an M.Phil. degree in physical/polymer chemistry from QAU, Islamabad and Ph.D. in Materials Engineering Degree from the Institute for New Materials, Saarbrucken, Germany.

Title Publication Author Year
Biomass-derived nitrogen-doped carbon aerogel counter electrodes for dye sensitized solar cells Materials 2018
Lecithin-gold hybrid nanocarriers as efficient and pH selective vehicles for oral delivery of diacerein-In-vitro and in-vivo study Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2016
Design of enzyme-immobilized polymer brush-grafted magnetic nanoparticles for efficient nematicidal activity RSC Advances 2015
Polymer brush functionalized SiO2 nanoparticle based Nafion nanocomposites: A novel avenue to low-humidity proton conducting membranes Polymer Chemistry 2015
Surface-functionalized silica gel adsorbents for efficient remediation of cationic dyes Pure and Applied Chemistry 2014
Retention studies of chromium (VI) from aqueous solution on the surface of a novel carbonaceous material Arabian Journal of Geosciences 2013
NMR analysis of cracking products of asphalt and assessment of catalyst performance Energy 2009
Adsorption study of phenol on Lakhra coal Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry 2007
Study of graphitic crystallites in some carbonized residues prepared from catalytic cracking of asphalt Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures 2006
Spent lubricating oil residues as new precursors for carbon Fullerenes Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures 2006