Ferry Nugroho

Post Doc, Chemical Physics, Department of Physics

Ferry is working in the development of nanoplasmonics based hydrogen sensors. His project aims to push the state-of-the-art closer to real applications. Current activities include the development of alloyed nanoparticles and the search for new materials. Other than these, Ferry is also active in expanding the applicability of the indirect nanoplasmonic sensors (INPS) and also the nanoplasmonics sensing platform in general. One of the main directions is towards the applications in soft materials and gas sensing.

Published: Thu 13 Jun 2013. Modified: Wed 29 Aug 2018