Welcome to our group homepage!

We are an international and multicultural research team working on sustainable materials for renwable energy applications.  Our research is centred around the production and advanced characterisation of sustainable materials produced from abundant, low cost precursors using low energy consumption manufacturing techniques and their application in renewable energy technologies. We are particularly interested in understanding the relationships between material’s structure at different length scales and their performance in various energy and environmental applications.

The motivation behind our research is solving societal challenges without compromising the environment. We work on the production of sustainable materials and their fundamentals applied across several pillars:

  • research activitiesEnergy Storage
  • Electrocatalysis
  • Gas storage and conversion
  • Biomass to desired products
  • Fluorescence carbon (quantum) dots technologies

For more details regarding our research please check our RESEARCH section as well as some of our PUBLICATIONS .

You can also watch these movies:

Sustainable Materials for Pt replacement in Fuel Cells


We are located in East London at Queen Mary University of London, School of Engineering and Materials Science and we are part of the newly developed Materials Research Institute

Some group pictures over years are here:

group picture sussex

Seven Sisters Clifs, Sussex Group Trip 2017


Adam Marinovic PhD Viva-2016


Carbon Conference@ Penn State 2016

Titirici group 2

Carbon Conference@ Dresden, 2015

For any information related to the group activities please contact: m.m.titirici@qmul.ac.uk

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