ScientistInstitute of Materials Research and Engineering
Ady Suwardi received his BEng in Materials Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2012 and PhD in Materials Science from the University of Cambridge, UK in 2018 before joining the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE). He is currently the Deputy Head of the Soft Materials department in IMRE. His research directions are in solid state electronic and thermal transport, including cooling and energy harvesting technologies.
A new study challenges current paradigms in two-dimensional semiconductor design by introducing wave-like structures to
Wastewater surveillance in epidemiological studies can help researchers better understand and control COVID-19 outbreaks.
Researchers match materials to create a high-efficiency thermoelectric generator that turns waste heat into electricity.
Researchers identify an easy-to-recycle plastic alternative for use in electronics, making strides towards a circular
Mixing tin into germanium telluride creates a high-performance thermoelectric material that could make energy harvesting