Professor at INTI International University, Malaysia
Professor Dr. Ho Soon Min is a distinguished academic and researcher, currently a permanent Professor at INTI International University since April 2010. Born on May 24, 1977, he holds a Ph.D. in Materials Chemistry and has earned acclaim for his significant contributions to teaching and research. Specializing in materials science, his research focuses on thin film technologies, with notable projects in nickel lead sulfide and Ni3Pb2S2 thin films. His commitment to advancing knowledge is reflected in numerous research grants and key roles in national research projects. Professor Dr. Ho’s work underscores a dedication to materials chemistry, making him a respected figure in academia. Applied chemistry.
Professor Dr. Ho Soon Min is an accomplished academic and researcher with a permanent position as a Professor at INTI International University, Malaysia, since April 2010. Born on May 24, 1977, he holds a Ph.D. in Materials Chemistry, M.Sc. in Materials Chemistry, and a B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry, all from the University Putra Malaysia.
INTI International University, JlnBBN12/1,BandarBaru Nilai, 71800 NegeriSembilan, Malaysia Associate Professor April 2010 Present LajuCarbon Products Sdn phd, 2003 2006. Applied chemistry
Professor Dr. Ho has undertaken significant research projects in materials science, receiving numerous grants for projects such as the preparation of nickel lead sulfide thin films and the evaluation of power conversion values for Ni3Pb2S2 thin film solar cells. He has also been involved in studying cobalt selenide thin films, chemical bath-deposited nickel sulfide thin films, and investigating the influence of manganese oxide on enhancing electrochemical performance in nanostructured cobalt oxide pseudocapacitor electrodes. His commitment to advancing research and education is evident through his leadership as a Principal Investigator and Co-investigator in various national research projects. Professor Dr. Ho Soon Min’s work underscores his dedication to materials chemistry and applied research, making him a respected figure in academia.
Dr. S.M. Ho’s research primarily focuses on the electrochemical and chemical deposition of thin films, particularly exploring the properties and applications of compounds like copper tin sulfide (Cu4SnS4). His investigations include cyclic voltammetry studies, exploring the effects of bath temperature, solution concentration, and deposition periods on the characteristics of these films. Dr. Ho’s work extends to the chemical bath deposition of NiSe thin films, showcasing a diverse expertise in materials science. His contributions encompass the optimization of deposition parameters for enhanced performance in applications such as solar cells, emphasizing the practical implications of his research in renewable energy technologies.
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Professor Dr. Ho Soon Min, citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar are as follows:
Citations: 2087 (All), 1095 (Since 2019)
h-index: 25 (All), 15 (Since 2019)
i10-index: 80 (All), 35 (Since 2019)
Publications (TOP NOTES)
A review of nanostructured thin films for gas sensing and corrosion protection, publication date: 2019.
Semiconductor based nanomaterials for harvesting green hydrogen energy under solar light irradiation,