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Narayanamoorthy Bhuvanendran, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Date:2017-11-26 | View:


 

Narayanamoorthy Bhuvanendran, M.Sc., Ph.D.
Tel.: +86-17826077303
E-mail: sainaren86@yahoo.in
Address: Institute for Energy Research of Jiangsu University.

Research Interests
Electrocatalysis, Energy Materials, Low Temperature Fuel Cells, Functional Materials and Polymer Nanocomposites.

Education
Ph.D.2014, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya (SCSVMV University), Kanchipuram, India.
M.Sc.2009, Pachaiyappa’s College for Men (University of Madras), Kanchipuram, India.
B.Sc.2006, KSK College of Arts and Science (University of Madras), Kanchipuram, India.

Professional Experience
Aug-2016 to May-2018 – Assistant Professor in Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya (SCSVMV University), Kanchipuram, India.
Dec-2015 to July-2016 – Assistant Professor in Vel Tech High Tech Engineering College, Chennai, India.
Nov-2014 to Sep-2015 – Postdoctoral Research Fellow in HySA systems, SAIAMC, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa.

Publications
[1] B.Narayanamoorthy, “Advanced supporting materials for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells” chapter in the book of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell, (2018) pp. 185-201, InTechOpen, UK, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.71314.
[2] B.Narayanamoorthy, S. Balaji, C. Sita, S. Pasupathi, M. Eswaramoorthy, Il-Shik Moon, “Enhanced intrinsic activity and stability of Au-Rh bimetallic nanostructures as a supportless cathode electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction in alkaline fuel cells”, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 4 (2016) 6480-6490. (IF: 5.95) (Cover page article-Dec.-2016).
[3] B.Narayanamoorthy, C. Sita, V. Linkov, S. Pasupathi, “Pt3M (M: Co, Ni and Fe) bimetallic alloy nanoclusters as support-free electrocatalysts with improved activity and durability for dioxygen reduction in PEM fuel cells”, Electrocatalysis, (2016), 7, 400-410 (IF: 2.39).
[4] B.Narayanamoorthy, N. Panneerselvam, C. Sita, S. Pasupathi, S. Balaji, Il-Shik Moon “Enhanced stabilities of Ag electrocatalyst as self-standing and multiwalled carbon nanotube supported nanostructures for oxygen reduction in alkaline medium”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 163 (2016) H313-H320 (IF: 3.26).
[5] B.Narayanamoorthy and S. Balaji, “Physicochemical characterization of amino functionalized synthetic clay/Nafion nanocomposite film with embedded platinum nanoparticles for PEM fuel cells”, Applied Clay Science, 104 (2015) 66-73 (IF: 3.10).
[6] B.Narayanamoorthy, B. Dineshkumar and S. Balaji, “Clay intercalated PVA-Nafion bipolymer matrix as proton conducting nanocomposite membrane for PEM fuel cells”, Materials Science Forum, 807 (2015) 161-168.
[7] B.Narayanamoorthy, K.K.R. Datta, M. Eswaramoorthy and S. Balaji, “Highly active and stable Pt-Rh nanocluster electrocatalyst for methanol oxidation in direct methanol fuel cells”, ACS Catalysis, 4 (2014) 3621-3629 (IF: 10.61).
[8] B.Narayanamoorthy, B.V.V.S. Pavan Kumar, M. Eswaramoorthy and S. Balaji, “Oxygen reduction reaction catalyzed by platinum nanonetwork prepared by template free one step synthesis for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells”, Materials Research Bulletin, 55 (2014) 137-145 (IF: 2.45).
[9] B.Narayanamoorthy, K.K.R. Datta, M. Eswaramoorthy and S. Balaji, “Enhanced durability and activity of supportless Pt-Rh bimetal nanoclusters for dioxygen reduction in sulphuric acid medium”, RSC Advances, 4 (2014) 55571-55579 (IF: 3.11).
[10] B.Narayanamoorthy and S. Balaji, “Electroreduction of oxygen using platinum nanoparticles supported on carbon/conductive bipolymeric nanocomposite film for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells”, Materials Science Forum, 781 (2014) 107-117.
[11] B.Narayanamoorthy, K.K.R. Datta, M. Eswaramoorthy and S. Balaji, “Improved oxygen reduction reaction catalyzed by Pt/Clay/Nafion nanocomposite for PEM fuel cells”, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, 4 (2012) 3620-3626 (IF: 7.50).
[12] B.Narayanamoorthy, K.K.R. Datta and S. Balaji, “Kinetics and mechanism of electrochemical oxygen reduction using Pt/Clay/Nafion catalyst layer for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 387 (2012) 213-220 (IF: 4.23).
[13] B.Narayanamoorthy and S. Balaji, “Synthesis and characterization of platinum nanoparticles supported vulcan carbon based conductive bipolymeric nanocomposites”, in the book of “Functional Materials”, MACMILLAN Advanced Research Series, 2011, (ISBN: 978-935-059-046-1).
[14] B.Narayanamoorthy and S. Balaji, “Platinum nanoparticles supported synthetic clay as efficient electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction reaction in PEM fuel cells”, Prudent Art& Fab Pvt. Ltd., 2013, (ISBN: 978-81-901950-5-8).

Awards
Research Proficiency Award from Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyalaya (SCSVMV University), Kanchipuram, India (2016-2017).
Senior Research Fellow from Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)-Extra Mural Research, Govt. of India (2013-2014).
Junior Research Fellow under Board of Research in Nuclear Science-Department Atomic Energy, Govt. of India in SCSVMV, India (2010-2013).
 

 

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