Manjeet specialises in conductive and mesoporous Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for electrocatalytic applications

​Manjeet Godara works in the broad area of catalytic gas production. In particular, he is focused on conductive Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) for electrocatalytic applications. His areas of interest include mesoporous MOFs, nanomaterials, nanotechnology, energy conversion and storage materials, and density functional theory simulations.

​Manjeet Godara is currently enrolled as a Ph.D. student at the University of Queensland – IIT Delhi (UQ-IITD) Joint Ph.D. Program. He completed his integrated Bachelors and Masters degree (B.Tech + M.Tech) in metallurgical engineering and material science with specialization in ceramics and composites in 2017 from Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B). His master's project was on the fabrication of high porosity ceramic foam for thermal insulation applications, and he also worked on the development of unmanned aerial vehicles at IITB. Manjeet was a Project Research Engineer under IITB – Hilti Manufacturing India joint project and worked on the improvement of diamond retention in cutting blades. He was also a Junior Research Fellow at IIT Delhi.

Key Publications

​Manjeet Godara, Nirat Ray; Strain dependence of the thermoelectric properties of perovskite MgSiO3: A first principles study. J. Appl. Phys. 14 January 2023; 133 (2): 025101.