This is the main research direction at our laboratory, although the research direction on energy and the environment is quite popular and widely interested by many researchers around the world. With extensive knowledge of polymer materials and nanomaterials, we want to contribute our efforts in researching the use of polymer materials or nanomaterials for energy and the environment. For example, we want to research and manufacture optically transparent composites to protect solar panels, develop water repellent coatings to protect solar panels and energy devices. We are also interested in preparing 2D materials to convert hydrogen from water or for the reduction of CO2 into useful products (chemicals and fuels). Hybrid nanomaterials (example: graphene + clay) will be prepared by using simple and eco-friendly methods to apply to energy fields (semiconductor materials) and the environment (materials absorbing heavy metals, harmful impurities in water etc.)