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aj-SIRIKANJANA2 email: fscisjn@ku.ac.th
Education: B.Sc. (Education) Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
M.Sc. (Chemical Physics) Mahidol University, Thailand
Ph.D. (Materials Science) National University of Singapore, Singapore
Research interests: Advanced Materials

One-dimensional (1D) nanostructures such as nanorods, nanowires and nanotubes have attracted much attention due to their many unique properties and the possibility that they may be used as building blocks for future magnetic, electronics and photonics.

There are various methods to fabricate nanomaterials such as sputtering, chemical vapor deposition, hydrothermal and chemical synthesis.

The research interests are focused on development of alloys nanowires for magnetic properties, semiconducting nanorods for gas sensors and graphene for bio-applications by using chemical methods.   In this work, we have synthesis NiCu alloys nanowires by using electro-deposition and magetic properties are quite good. It is suitable for giant magnetoresistance (GMR). In addition, metal (Al, Sb, Ag) doped ZnO nanorods via hydrothermal technique showed good optical properties.

Recently, we have studied metal doped graphene oxide for gas sensor. The optical and magnetic properties of metal doped graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide showed different results.

Selected Publications

1. N. Maleak, P. Potpattanapol, N.N. Bao, J. Ding, W. Wongkokuo, I.M. Tang and S. Thongmee, “Fabrication and magnetic properties of electrodeposited Ni/Cu nanowires using the double bath method”, J Magn. Magn. Mater., 2014, 354, pp. 262.

2. S. Thongmee, I.M. Tang, “Magnetic and  Morphological Properties of Electro-deposited Thick Films on Metallic (Au, Ag, Cu) Undertlayers” J Supercond. Nov. Magn., 2013, 26, pp. 3263.

3. S. Thongmee, I.M. Tang, “Magnetic and Morphological Properties of CoCu Nanowires”,

J Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 2013, 13, pp. 1–4.

4.  S. Thongmee, B.H. Liu, J. Ding , J.B. Yi, “Diffusion induced columnar structure, high perpendicular anisotropy and low transformation temperature in thick FePt films”, Thin Solid Films, 2010, 518, pp. 7053.