Anzalna Hamrah

About Anzalna

Anzalna pursued her Master of Technology in Nanotechnology from Vellore Institute of Technology, Tamil Nadu. During the course of her masters, she had the opportunity to work independently on organic thin film transistors based on flexible substrates at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Kerala. Her areas of specialisation include nanoparticle/nanocomposite synthesis and characterisation, thin-film deposition and nanofabrication techniques.

She has also worked at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur as a Senior Research Associate, where her main role was to develop temperature sensors based on flexible substrates. Her research interests include flexible electronics, displays and sensors, graphene and carbon nanotubes, nanotechnology and energy systems.

She loves spending her free time in the outdoors and going on treks.

Project details

Organic Light Emitting Devices: Charge Transport and Photo-physics

The project aims to develop new class of light-emitting devices operating at very high current densities.

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UQ Supervisor

Associate Professor Ebinazar B. Namdas

School of Mathematics and Physics
IITD Supervisor

Associate professor Madhusudan Singh

Department of Electrical Engineering