Dr. Rungthiwa Methaapanon

ดร. รุ่งทิวา เมธาอาภานนท์

Education : Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering), Stanford University, Stanford, 2013 M.Eng. (Chemical Engineering), Stanford University, Stanford, 2009 B.Eng. (Chemical Engineering, 1st class honours with a gold medal), Chulalongkorn University, 2005


Address

Department of Chemical Engineering, 9th Floor, Building 4,
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand

rungthiwa.m@chula.ac.th

02-218-6870

02-218-6877

Research Interest

My research focuses on the fabrication and applications of nanomaterials, as well as the characterization of their properties, including
  • Thin film (2-D) deposition of metals and metal oxides via atomic layer deposition (ALD) and chemical vapor deposition(CVD)
  • Particles (0-D) and3-D structures from sol-gel of metal oxides
  • Surface characterizations

Highlights

  • Photocatalytic zinc oxide on flexible polyacrylonitrile nanofibers via sol–gel coaxial electrospinning. 2020. Ceramics International, 46, 8287-8292
  • Microencapsulation of n-octadecane and methyl palmitate phase change materials in silica by spray drying process. 2020.Powder Technology, 361, 910-916
  • Corrosion of amorphous alumina in deionized water under mild condition. 2020. Applied Surface Science, 499, 143906

Expertise

Thin film deposition

Surface characterization

Nanomaterials

Publications

Methaapanon R., Chutchakul K., Pavarajarn V. Photocatalytic zinc oxide on flexible polyacrylonitrile nanofibers via sol–gel coaxial electrospinning. 2020. Ceramics International, 46, 8287-8292.


Methaapanon, R., Kornbongkotmas, S., Ataboonwongse, C., Soottitantawat, A. Microencapsulation of n-octadecane and methyl palmitate phase change materials in silica by spray drying process. 2020. Powder Technology, 361, 910-916.


Dokmai, V., Methaapanon, R., Pavarajarn, V. Corrosion of amorphous alumina in deionized water under mild condition. 2020. Applied Surface Science, 499, 143906.