MAT TAMIZI HAJI ZAINUDDIN
INDUSTRIAL CENTRE OF INNOVATION IN BIO-MEDICAL
Hello, I'm Tamizi, an Industrial Chemist with MSc in Microelectronics. As such, my research lies somewhere around the thin borderline of the two disciplines. My main research interest is the exploration of novel process windows - such as polymerization via photochemistry, inorganic networking via sol-gel science (and a synergistic combination of both) to build sustainable industrial chemistry, with minimal carbon footprints and environmental contamination. I have pursued this so far by working in advanced materials - specifically, sol-gel science for thin-film optics. Please, feel free to contact me for further info.
2000 - 2005
National Photonic Project – Development of An All Optical Network System based on WDM-FTTH Technology
Carried out experimental work on fabrication of silica based thin film materials using plasma based sputtering and sol-gel spin and dip coating techniques. Engage in preparation of UV sensitive silica materials involving synchronizing photo-initiator with unsaturated(vinyl- and allyl-)silsesquioxane for radical polymerization by Norrish type II reaction. Accomplished method for suitable suspension of Erbium ions within silica matrix for photo-amplification applications. Execute the materials characterizations for the fabricated silica component – spectroscopic, morphology and topographic techniques. Performed optical characterizations – optical propagation loss for fabricated waveguides.
2005 - 2008
Project : Development of Titania based Hybrid Materials for Used in Optical Integrated Circuits
Strategized the plan for preparation of photo-sensitive titania materials as alternative for photolithography. Executed synthesis of β-diketo complexes for titania alkoxides in order to enable photo-polymerization process by UV curing technique. Associate in setting up photo-curing set-up for UV-micropatterning technique(photo-dissociation of chelated titanium ions within silsesquioxane thin film). Execute the materials characterizations for the fabricated silica component – spectroscopic, morphology and topographic techniques. Performed optical characterizations – optical propagation loss for fabricated Mach-Zehnder and Bragg grating component.
2008 - 2011
Project : Developing an Imaging Spectrometer Technique for Reversible Photo-dimerization of Optically Active Photochromic Dyes
Designed plan for preparation of photochromatically active compounds based on spiropyran dyes and derivatives. Carried out preparation of spiropyran-doped silica sol-gel solution preparation and deposition by spin coating technique. Associate in setting up photo-curing set-up for UV-micropatterning technique(photo-dissociation of chelated titanium ions within silsesquioxane thin film). Performed optical characterizations – photodimerization of spiropyran dye in solgel solution and thin film.
2011 - 2014
Project : Photochromism Behavior Prediction using Statistical Method
Arranged procedure for preparation of photochromatically active compounds based on spiroxazine, fulgides and derivatives. Finalized the optical based experimental set-up for photochromic properties determination such as photo-reversible and time drive properties. Involved in determination and prediction of photochromic activities of spiroxazine dye within solvent, solution and thin film matrix over subjected measurands using MiniTab programming.
2013 - 2015
Project : Development of Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Thin Film Matrices with Stable Photochromism for High Security Mark Applications
Outlined plan for preparation of photochromatically active compounds based on organic and inorganic compounds such as silver and tungsten oxide. Participate in synthesis of photochromically active AgO and WO3 doped silsesquioxane thin film materials. Involved in determination of fast response photochromic dyes in organosilsesquioxane thin film matrix.
2015 - 2018
Project : EU FP7 – Photocatalyst Materials for Destruction of Organic Industrial Waste
Strategized plan for deposition of Visible-activated Titania based nanoparticles on scaffold. Involved in preparation of chelated alkoxy-titanate for slow hydrolysation. Implemented deposition of light-activated titania compound by spin and dip-coating technique.
Materials Chemistry, Photonics, Nanotechnology, Thin Film Optics, Laboratory Management System ISO/IEC 17025