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The Faculty of Integrated Technologies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam has established itself as a beacon of excellence within the broader field of materials engineering. With unwavering dedication and a relentless pursuit of knowledge, the faculty excels in the realms of material development, nanomaterials, nanomanufacturing, solar cells, fuel cells, batteries and biomass research, to name a few.

Renowned for its cutting-edge contributions, the faculty consistently publishes ground-breaking research in prestigious and high-impact journals. The scholarly endeavors undertaken by the faculty members reflect their unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of knowledge in these advanced fields.

This academic institution boasts an exceptional amalgamation of distinguished faculty members, each serving as a champion in their respective areas of expertise. Their collective brilliance and diverse perspectives facilitate an enriching environment for both faculty and students, fostering a culture of innovation and collaboration.

At the forefront of materials engineering, the faculty remains steadfast in its pursuit of technological advancements and breakthroughs. Through a multidisciplinary approach and state-of-the-art facilities, the faculty pioneers groundbreaking research and development, positioning itself as a leader in the field.

Moreover, the faculty's emphasis on material development, encompassing both traditional and emerging materials, ensures a holistic understanding of the subject. By exploring the fascinating realm of nanomaterials and harnessing their potential, the faculty plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of engineering and technological advancements.

Furthermore, the faculty's expertise in nanomanufacturing propels the frontiers of precision engineering, enabling the creation of innovative and functional devices. The advancements in solar cells, fuel cells, and biomass research have far-reaching implications, addressing the global challenges of sustainable energy production and environmental preservation.

In conclusion, the Faculty of Integrated Technologies at Universiti Brunei Darussalam epitomizes excellence in materials engineering, boasting an impressive repertoire of research accomplishments and an exceptional faculty roster. With its relentless pursuit of knowledge and unwavering commitment to innovation, the faculty continues to shape the future of advanced materials and engineering, contributing to the scientific community and society as a whole.

Recent papers are given below:

Abdalla, A.M., Abdullah, M.F., Dawood, M.K., Wei, B., Subramanian, Y., Azad, A.T., Nourin, S., Afroze, S., Taweekun, J., Azad, A.K. Innovative lithium-ion battery recycling: Sustainable process for recovery of critical materials from lithium-ion batteries(2023) Journal of Energy Storage, 67, art. no. 107551.

Subramanian, Y., Dhanasekaran, A., Omeiza, L.A., Zaini, J.H., Irvine, J.T.S., Azad, A.K. Influence of various sacrificial reagents on congo red degradation and H2O2 production based on heteroanionic titanium oxycarbide photocatalyst and its mechanism(2023) Ionics, 29 (6), pp. 2435-2447.

Khan, S.T., Akhtar, M., Mehdi, M., Malik, N., Hashmi, S., Butt, F. Characterizations of a Cost-Effective Single Component Polymer for Stretchable and Flexible Microelectromechanical Systems Applications (2023) Journal of Testing and Evaluation, 51 (2).

Norman, N.W., Somalu, M.R., Muchtar, A., Baharuddin, N.A., Muhammed Ali, S.A., Azad, A.K., Raharjo, J., Khaerudini, D.S., Brandon, N.P. Influence of transition or lanthanide metal doping on the properties of Sr0.6Ba0.4Ce0.9M0.1O3-δ (M = In, Pr or Ga) electrolytes for proton-conducting solid oxide fuel cells(2023) Ceramics International, 49 (11), pp. 17018-17031.

Rafique, A.F., Nauman, M.M., Harasani, W.I.A. Effect of Nano-colloidal Inks’ composition on the fabrication and properties of High-Quality Electrospray Coated Copper-Indium-diSelenide micro-films(2020)Thin Solid Films, 715, art. no. 138421.