Mokter Mahmud Chowdhury is a researcher. His research interests include Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Nanophotonics, Solid State Devices, Optics, and Molecular Dynamics Simulations. He uses different microscopic and spectroscopic techniques to explore the properties of nanomaterials and nanostructured systems.

Publications

  • Graphene Nanoscrolls via Electric-Field-Induced Transformation of Water-Submerged Graphene Nanoribbons for Energy Storage, Nanofluidic, and Nanoelectronic Applications
  • Heat localization through reduced dimensionality
  • The role of lateral confinement in the localized heating of thermionic emitters based on carbon nanotube forests
  • Effect of thermal pre-treatment on thermionic emission current stability from carbon nanotube forests
  • Effect of spatial distribution of generation rate on bulk heterojunction organic solar cell performance: A novel semi-analytical approach
  • Rotating‐Electric‐Field‐Induced Carbon‐Nanotube‐Based Nanomotor in Water: A Molecular Dynamics Study
  • Effect of bending on the molecular transport along carbon nanotubes
  • The role of carbon nanotube forest density in thermionic emission
  • An analytical model for bulk heterojunction organic solar cells using a new empirical expression of space dependent photocarrier generation
  • An optoelectronic analytical model for bulk heterojunction organic solar cells incorporating position and wavelength dependent carrier generation
  • Dynamics of fullerene self-insertion into carbon nanotubes in water
  • A physics-based analytical model for bulk heterojunction organic solar cells incorporating monomolecular recombination mechanism

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