Iwan Darmadi

Doctoral Student at Chemical Physics

I am part of the SSF-granted “Plastic Plasmonic” research project lead by Christoph Langhammer. It is an interdisciplinary project with a long-term goal to develop scalable and cheap H2 and NO2 sensor device. The sensor will be a new class of material – Plastic Plasmonic Hybrid (PPH) - where we integrate plasmonic nanoparticle in specific polymer matrix that will meet certain criteria to be implemented in realistic application.My specific roles in the team are screening of the suitable plasmonic nanoparticle materials, testing of the PPH sensing performance, and eventually demonstrating a modular “plug-and-play” H2 sensor.Address: Fysikgrand 3, 5th floor, Room F5109Phone: 031-772 32 19

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Showing 6 publications

2020

Impact of Surfactants and Stabilizers on Palladium Nanoparticle–Hydrogen Interaction Kinetics: Implications for Hydrogen Sensors

Alicja Stolas, Iwan Darmadi, Ferry Nugroho et al
ACS Applied Nano Materials. Vol. 3 (3), p. 2647-2653
Journal article
2019

A nanofabricated plasmonic core-shell-nanoparticle library

Arturo Susarrey- Arce, K. M. Czajkowski, Iwan Darmadi et al
Nanoscale. Vol. 11 (44), p. 21207-21217
Journal article
2019

Rationally Designed PdAuCu Ternary Alloy Nanoparticles for Intrinsically Deactivation-Resistant Ultrafast Plasmonic Hydrogen Sensing

Iwan Darmadi, Ferry Nugroho, Shima Kadkhodazadeh et al
ACS SENSORS. Vol. 4 (5), p. 1424-1432
Journal article
2019

Metal–polymer hybrid nanomaterials for plasmonic ultrafast hydrogen detection

Ferry Nugroho, Iwan Darmadi, Lucy Cusinato et al
Nature Materials. Vol. 18, p. 489-495
Journal article
2018

Universal Scaling and Design Rules of Hydrogen-Induced Optical Properties in Pd and Pd-Alloy Nanoparticles

Ferry Nugroho, Iwan Darmadi, Vladimir Zhdanov et al
ACS Nano. Vol. 12 (10), p. 9903-9912
Journal article

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