Rahman Daiyan

Rahman Daiyan
TETB 364WS14

Academic Qualifications:

2015-Present: PhD Candidate, Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.

2011-2014    : Bachelor of Engineering, First Class Honours, Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR.


Awards and Achievements:

2015 UNSW TFS Scholarship

2014 Merit Award, Jardine Engineering Corporation Outstanding Engineering Project Award

2013 Champion, IMechE 2nd Greater China Design Competition

2013 HKUST Academic Excellence Award

2013-14 HKUST Dean’s List

2011-2014 HKUST University Scholarship


Project TItle: Solar Energy Induced Catalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide.

The unrestrained CO2 emission in the atmosphere is credited to be the major contributor to greenhouse effect and as a result, global warming. In an effort to mitigate such challenges, the project aims to establish inexpensive and efficient CO2 reduction electrocatalysts to produce useful fuels such as carbon monoxide, methane, formate and methanol. The project also attempts to integrate sustainable energy source such as solar cell system for generating the electricity to drive the reaction.



Scientia Professor Rose Amal

Dr. Yun Hau Ng

Dr Xunyu Lu