KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Muhammad Afzal obtained his M.Sc in Applied Physics from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden in 2013 and is continueing PhD in Energy Technology from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden since June, 2014. After M.Sc at KTH University, he was appointed as Research Engineer and Project Manager at KTH for EC FP7 TriSOFC (2012-08-01 to 2015-07-31), STEM and Swedish Research Council (VR) projects. Today he is an emerging well known scientist in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell and Electrolyte-layer Free Fuel Cell (EFFC) and Manager for Advanced Fuel Cell and Solar Cell Group at KTH. Initially working on conventional SOFC using perovskite and composite materials, his current work focuses on Semiconductor-Ionic materials (Three in One) for the development of EFFC technology working at low temperatures (300-600 °C). He is an international referee for International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, J. Phys Chem B & C, J. Scanning, Electrochimica Acta, Advaced Energy Materials, and Recent Patents on Nanotechnolgy. He is Guest Editor in International Journal of Scanning. He is Board Member of PhD Chapter and Member of The Education Committee at KTH, Stockholm, Sweden. He has published more than 20 papers in refereed international journals and more than 10 contributions in conferences. He is an author of few book chapters under publishing.