My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Fuel Cells, Nanotechnology
Nano-enabled Renewable Energy Technologies
1. R. Aparna, A.M. Kannan and L. Munukutla, Multi-walled carbon nanotubes based electrodes for proton exchange membrane fuel cells, J. Nanosci. Nanotech., (submitted).
2. L. Cindrella and A.M. Kannan, Development and evaluation of Gas Diffusion Layer using paraffin wax carbon for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, Fuel Cells (Submitted).
3. P.A. Stuckey, A.M. Kannan and M. Ghasemi-Nejhad, Gas diffusion layers for proton exchange membrane fuel cells using in-situ grown multi-walled carbon nanotubes nanoforest on carbon papers, Fuel Cells (Accepted).
4. F. Kadirgan, A.M. Kannan, T. Atilan, S. Beyhan, S. S. Ozenler and S. Suzer, Carbon supported nano-sized Pt-Pd and Pt-Co electrocatalysts for proton exchange membrane fuel cells, Int. J. Hyd. Energy (Accepted).
5. J.F. Lin, V. Kamavaram, A.M. Kannan, Synthesis and Characterization of CNT supported Platinum Nanocatalyst for Proton exchange membrane fuel cells, J. Power Sources, 195, 466-470, 2010.
6. L. Cindrella, A.M. Kannan, R. Ahmad and M. Thommes, Surface modification of Gas Diffusion Layers by inorganic Nanomaterials for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, Int. J. Hyd. Energy, 34, 6377-6383, 2009.
7. L. Cindrella, A.M. Kannan, J.F. Lin, K. Saminathan, Y. Ho, C.W. Lin and J. Wertz, Gas Diffusion Layer for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – a Review, J. Power Sources, 194, 146-160, 2009.
8. L. Cindrella and A.M. Kannan, Membrane Electrode Assembly with doped Polyaniline Interlayer for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells under Low RH Conditions, J. Power Sources, 193, 447-453, 2009.
9. A.M. Kannan, P. Kanagala and V. Veedu, Development of Gas Diffusion Layers using surface modified carbon paper by in-situ CVD Process for PEM Fuel Cells, J. Power Sources, 192, 297-303, 2009.
10. K. Saminathan, V. Kamavaram, V. Veedu and A.M. Kannan, Electrodeposited Pt nanocatalyst on in-situ grown CNT based carbon paper for PEMFCs, Int. J. Hyd. Energy, 34, 3838-3844, 2009.
11. V. Kamavaram, A.M. Kannan and V. Veedu, Synthesis and characterization of platinum nanoparticles on in situ grown carbon, nanotubes based carbon paper for proton exchange membrane fuel cell cathode, J. Power Sources, 188, 51-56, 2009.
12. Y.F. Huang, L.C. Chuang, A.M. Kannan, C.W. Lin, Proton-conducting membranes with high selectivity from cross-linked poly(vinyl alcohol) and poly(vinyl pyrrolidone) for direct methanol fuel cell applications, J. Power Sources, 186 (1), 22-28, 2009.
13. A.M. Kannan, V. Renugopalakrishnan, S. Filipek, P. Li, G.F. Audette and L. Munukutla, Bio-Batteries and Bio Fuel Cells: Leveraging on Electronic Charge Transfer Proteins, J. Nanosci. Nanotech., 9, 1665–1678, 2009.
14. V. Renugopalakrsihnan A.M. Kannan and P.Li et al., Nanomaterials for Energy Conversion Applications – Chapter 5, Biosolar and biofuel cells, Monograph series, American Scientific Publishers, 155–178, 2008.
15. A.M. Kannan, D. Parker, S. Sadananda, L. Munukutla and J. Wertz, Wire rod coating process of gas diffusion layers fabrication for proton exchange membrane fuel cells, J. Power Sources, 178, 231-237, 2008.
16. A.M. Kannan, L. Cindrella, and L. Munukutla, Functionally Graded Nano-porous Gas Diffusion Layer for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells under Low Relative Humidity Conditions, Electrochim. Acta, 53, 2416–2422, 2008.
17. A.M. Kannan and L. Munukutla, Carbon Nanochain and Carbon Nano-fibers based Gas Diffusion Layers for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, J. Power Sources, 167, 330-335, 2007.
18. C. W. Lin, Y. F. Huang and A. M. Kannan, Semi-interpenetrating network based on crosslinked electrolytes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells, J. Power Sources, 171 340–347 2007.
19. A.M. Kannan, V. Veedu, L. Munukutla and M.N. Ghasemi-Nejhad, Nano Structured gas diffusion and catalyst layers for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells, Electrochem. Solid State Lett. 10 (3) B47-B50, 2007.
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Arizona State University
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We would like to inform you about the new updates concerning the Nanotechnology international conference: ICNBS Egypt 2012 1- The conference venue has been determined: the conference will be held in Cataract pyramids 5 stars hotel in Giza in great Cairo, Egypt. Cataract Pyramids Resort has unique location, beautiful panorama of the great Pyramids, surrounded with farms and green grace peaceful. The resort, 5 star international standard hotel, is located on the road to Sakkara towards the oldest made structure - The step Pyramids of Sakkara, and less than 40 minutes from Cairo International airport.
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Sir. I am Interested in the field of Nanotechnology . My area of research interest is in Drug Delivery. I have completed my Master's in nanotechnology from anna university. Please send me some suggestions sir.
Hello Mr. Kannan,
Thanks for your mail. I was out of station therefore I could not reply you immediately. Sorry for the delay. I am happy to know that you are a faculty in Arizona State University specilizing on Nanotechnology and Energy. I will be happy to do some collaborations with you.
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