Muhammad Miftahul Munir, Dr.Eng.

Associate Professor of Instrumentation, Aerosol and Material Physics
Lab. CAAI (Center of Aerosol and Analytical Instrumentation)
Instrumentation and Computational Physics Research Group.
Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Jalan Ganesha 10, Bandung 40132, Indonesia.
E-mail: mmmunir.itb[at]gmail.com
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Dr. MM Munir research covers a wide range of topics in Instrumentation, Aerosol and Material:

Physics Instrumentation & Analytical Instrumentation

Optical Spectrometer, Electrical Aerosol Spectrometer, Mass & ion spectrometer, battery analyzer, potentiostat & galvanostat for electrochemical measuremet, current-voltage measurement, Porometer, Water Flux, Contact Angle measurement, Spinning Drop Tensiometer, Aerosol Filtration test, etc; 

Nanomaterial synthesis and applications

Electrospinning nanofibersElectrospray, Rotary Force Spinning, Air and Aerosol Filtration, Water Filtration and Desalination, Optical and Energy material; Nanotechnology for functional food, drug delivery, medical and environmental application

Instrumentation for early warning system

Tsunami, earthquake, volcano, landslide, flood; Telemetry & Control; Sensing materials and Sensors; Microcontroller, Microprocessor & Interfacing; Data Logging and Internet of Thing (IoT); Instrumentation for Education 

Aerosol Science and Technology

Atmospheric Aerosol Measurement, Bioaerosol, Aerosol Instrumentation, Aerosol Generator and Spectrometer, Air Polution & Control, Particulate Matter, Atmospheric Nucleation, and Ion-Induced Nucleation

Nanomaterial synthesis and applications

Electrospinning nanofibersElectrospray, Rotary Force Spinning, Air and Aerosol Filtration, Water Filtration and Desalination, Optical and Energy material; Nanotechnology for functional food, drug delivery, medical and environmental application

Energy and Energy Storage

Renewable Energy, Solar Cells, Solar Thermal, Fuel cells, Battery and Supercapacitors.