The Engineered Interfaces for Sustainable Energy (EISEn) Group, directed by Dr. Sami Khan, is based at Simon Fraser University in the School of Sustainable Energy Engineering in Vancouver, Canada. As the need to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and curbing greenhouse gas emissions grows, sustainable energy systems face obstacles towards conversion rates, selectivities to products of interest, and longevity and reliability in operation. We endeavour to address these challenges by studying fundamentals in surface and interfacial science, wettability, fluid mechanics, electrochemistry, reaction engineering, and catalysis and devising innovative solutions driven by creative interfacial engineering methods.

Our interdisciplinary group is growing! Click here to learn about opportunities and our research.

Recent Group News

 

January 2022:

  • Dr. Khan was interviewed by Aaron Pete, host of Bigger Than Me Podcast. Check out the interview here!

August 2021:

  • Check out Dr. Khan's news story on SFU News.

July 2021:

  • The EISEn group has received a CMC Microsystems MNT Financial Assistance Award. Through this support, coatings will be developed using physical vapour deposition, and micro and nanotextures will developed, all at SFU's state-of-the-art 4D labs. Congrats!

June 2021:

  • Congrats to Dr. Khan for receiving the prestigious Action Canada fellowship for the 2021-2022 year! Read more here.