Faculty Profile

Dr. Muhammad Shoaib

Assistant Professor

Department Of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

Dr. Muhammad Shoaib received his BS degree (2004 - 2008) in Chemical Engineering from University of the Punjab, Pakistan. He worked in chemical industry and engineering consultancy sector in Pakistan for 2 years. In 2010, he moved to Linnaeus University, Sweden for Engineering Management courses and in 2012, he started fully funded MS-Ph.D from Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea. After completing his Ph.D, he worked as a Post-Doc in the same department for 1 year. During his Ph.D, Shoaib won the Samsung Humantech award and DOES (Department of Energy Science, SKKU) fellowship award for his excellent research achievement. His research work has been published in several reputed international journals like Advanced Energys Materials, Chemical Society Reviews, Nano Energy, Angwandte Chemie etc. His research work is focused on but not limited to electrochemical energy storage, study of crystal structure and electrochemical reaction mechanisms study.

TitlePublicationAuthorYear
Structural and Electrochemical Kinetic Properties of 0.5Li2MnO3???0.5LiCoO2 Cathode Materials with Different Li2MnO3 Domain SizesScientific ReportsKaewmala S., Limphirat W., Yordsri V., Kim H., Muhammad S., Yoon W.-S., Srilomsak S., Limthongkul P., Meethong N.2019
Mechanistic studies on reversible conversion reaction in Li2MnO3-carbon nanotube composite anodeJournal of Power Sources2019
Synergistic effect of nano-Pt and Ni spine for HER in alkaline solution: Hydrogen spillover from nano-Pt to Ni spineScientific ReportsAbbas S.A., Kim S.-H., Iqbal M.I., Muhammad S., Yoon W.-S., Jung K.-D.2018
New Insight into Ni-Rich Layered Structure for Next-Generation Li Rechargeable BatteriesAdvanced Energy MaterialsLee W., Muhammad S., Kim T., Kim H., Lee E., Jeong M., Son S., Ryou J.-H., Yoon W.-S.2018
Further utilization of a Mn redox reaction via control of structural disorder in olivine systemsJournal of Materials Chemistry AKim Y., Yoo J., Jang D., Muhammad S., Jeong M., Choi W., Yoon W.-S.2018
In situ analyses for ion storage materialsChemical Society ReviewsYang J., Muhammad S., Jo M.R., Kim H., Song K., Agyeman D.A., Kim Y.-I., Yoon W.-S., Kang Y.-M.2016
Evidence of reversible oxygen participation in anomalously high capacity Li- and Mn-rich cathodes for Li-ion batteriesNano EnergyMuhammad S., Kim H., Kim Y., Kim D., Song J.H., Yoon J., Park J.-H., Ahn S.-J., Kang S.-H., Thackeray M.M., Yoon W.-S.2016
Probing the Additional Capacity and Reaction Mechanism of the RuO2 Anode in Lithium Rechargeable BatteriesChemSusChemKim Y., Muhammad S., Kim H., Cho Y.-H., Kim H., Kim J.M., Yoon W.-S.2015
Deciphering the thermal behavior of lithium rich cathode material by in situ X-ray diffraction techniqueJournal of Power SourcesMuhammad S., Lee S., Kim H., Yoon J., Jang D., Yoon J., Park J.-H., Yoon W.-S.2015
Incorporation of PEDOT:PSS into SnO2/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite anodes for lithium-ion batteries to achieve ultra-high capacity and cyclic stabilityRSC AdvancesSher Shah M.S.A., Muhammad S., Park J.H., Yoon W.-S., Yoo P.J.2015
High-performance flexible lead-free nanocomposite piezoelectric nanogenerator for biomechanical energy harvesting and storageNano EnergySiddiqui S., Kim D.-I., Duy L.T., Nguyen M.T., Muhammad S., Yoon W.-S., Lee N.-E.2015
New insight into the reaction mechanism for exceptional capacity of ordered mesoporous SnO2 electrodes via synchrotron-based X-ray analysisChemistry of Materials2014
In situ soft XAS study on nickel-based layered cathode material at elevated temperatures: A novel approach to study thermal stabilityScientific ReportsYoon W.-S., Haas O., Muhammad S., Kim H., Lee W., Kim D., Fischer D.A., Jaye C., Yang X.-Q., Balasubramanian M., Nam K.-W.2014
Crystalline iron oxide nanotube arrays with high aspect ratio as binder free anode for Li-ion batteriesPhysica Status Solidi (A) Applications and Materials SciencePervez S.A., Kim D., Farooq U., Yaqub A., Choi J.-H., Lee Y.-J., Muhammad S., Doh C.-H.2014
Study on structure and electrochemical properties of carbon-coated monoclinic Li3V2(PO4)3 using synchrotron based in situ X-ray diffraction and absorptionJournal of Alloys and CompoundsYoon J., Muhammad S., Jang D., Sivakumar N., Kim J., Jang W.-H., Lee Y.-S., Park Y.-U., Kang K., Yoon W.-S.2013