Dr. Vivi Fauzia

I am a lecturer at the Physics Department of the University of Indonesia

  • E-mail: vivi@sci.ui.ac.id
  • ResearcherID: S-1008-2017
  • ORCID ID: 0000-0002-4593-4662

Research Interest:

Nanomaterials provide unique mechanical, electrical, and optical properties and have played an important role in recent advances in energy-related applications. This research group works on the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials with novel optical and electrical functionality. General topics of interest include:

  • Photovoltaics & Photodetectors
  • Photocatalysis
  • Optical and electrical Sensors
  • Flexible electronics
  • Transparent conductive electrodes
  • Thermoelectronic devices
  • Plasmonic nanoparticles
  • Two dimensional materials

Current Research Projects (2018-2020)

  1. Synthesis of novel bimetallic nanoparticles decorated one-dimensional ZnO nanorods for photocatalytic application
  2. Two-dimensional materials (MoS2 & WS2) modified ZnO nanorods for gas-sensing and photodetectors
  3. Silver nanowire-based electronic devices
  4. Bismuth telluride nanostructure for thermoelectric applications
  5. Synthesis and applications of noble metal bimetallic nanostructures with high-energy facets

Current and Former Students

  1. Arsya Nugraha Putratama
  2. Anggita Putri Mentari
  3. Aufa Salsabila
  4. Margaretha Chandrika Laras D.
  5. Safira Razak
  6. Siti Hajija Rumaru
  7. Yohan Sutanto
  1. Tony Kristianto
  2. Topik Teguh Estu
  3. Nur Ajrina Putri
  4. Anung Syampurwadi
  1. Faiz Adela
  2. Huda Eka Permana
  3. Prabudi Susetyo
  4. Jeffry Marselie
  5. Ayu Puspita Sari
  6. Abdul Rachim
  7. Anita Eka Putri
  8. Ni Made Manik Savitri
  9. Mohammad Ridwan
  10. Nur Ajrina Putri
  11. Yeni Febrianti
  12. Ananta Rizki Fareza
  13. Devi Irmavianti
  14. Rahmi Karmelia
  15. Fairuz Septaningrum
  16. Muhammad Adam Dwiputra
  17. Mona Dini Mardia
  18. Suci Mufidah Winata
  19. Vinanda Putritama
  20. Rizantia Anggraini
  21. Farah Fadhila
  22. Yuvie Miftah Huda
  1. Novita Amie Lestari
  2. Nuning Aisah
  3. Rahmat Setiawan Mohar
  4. Yusnidar MN
  5. Dini Novialisa
  6. Nur Intan Pratiwi
  7. Aditya Yudiana
  8. Mohammad Arifin
  9. Yusnita Rahayu
  10. Anita Eka Putri

Selected Publications:

[See my complete publications in Scopus or Google Scholar]

  1. V. Fauzia, R. Karmelia, L. Roza and M. A. E. Hafizah, Gold mesocauliflowers as catalyst for the hydrogenation of acetone to isopropanol, Material Research Express 6, 084002 (2019).
  2.  A EkaPutri, V. Fauzia and L. Roza, Effect of Au nanoparticles and Au mesostars on the photocatalytic activity of ZnO nanorods, Material Research Express 6, 084008 (2019).
  3. T. Mahardika, N. A. Putri, A. E. Putri, V. Fauzia, L. Roza, I. Sugihartono, and Y. Herbani, Rapid and low temperature synthesis of Ag nanoparticles on the ZnO nanorods for photocatalytic activity improvement, Results in Physics 13, 102209  (2019).
  4. L. Roza, V. Fauzia, M. Y. A. Rahman, Tailoring the active surface sites of ZnO nanorods on the glass substrate for photocatalytic activity enhancement, Surfaces and Interfaces 15, 117-124 (2019).
  5. V. Fauzia, D. Irmavianti, L. Roza, M. Ayu, E. Hafizah, C. Imawan, A. A. Umar, Bimetallic AuAg sharp-branch mesoflowers as catalyst for hydrogenation of acetone, Materials Chemistry and Physics 225, 443-450 (2019).
  6. R. Andika, F. Aziz, Z. Ahmad, M. Doris, V. Fauzia, T. M. Bawazeer, N. Alsenany, M. S. Alsoufi, A. Supangat, Organic nanostructure sensing layer developed by AAO template for the application in humidity sensors, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 30, 2382–2388 (2019).
  7. N. A. Putri, V. Fauzia, S. Iwan, L. Roza, A. A. Umar, S. Budi, Mn-doping-induced photocatalytic activity enhancement of ZnO nanorods prepared on glass substratesApplied Surface Science 439, 285–297 (2018).
  8. V. Fauzia, Nurlely, C. Imawan, N.M.M.S. Narayani, A.E. Putri, A localized surface plasmon resonance enhanced dye-based biosensor for formaldehyde detectionSensors and Actuators B: Chemical 257, 1128-1133 (2018).
  9. V. Fauzia, M.N. Yusnidar, L. H. Lalasari, A. Subhan, A. A. Umar, High figure of merit transparent conducting Sb-doped SnO2 thin films prepared via ultrasonic spray pyrolysisJournal of Alloys and Compounds 720, 79-85 (2017).
  10. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahaya, Effect of Gold Nanoparticles Density Grown Directly on the Surface on the Performance of Organic Solar CellCurrent Nanoscience
 9, 187 – 191 (2013).
  11. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahaya, The Thermal Annealing Effect on The Morphology of Inkjet Printed Polymer: Fullerene Composites Solar CellsActa Physica Polonica A 121, 155-158 (2012).
  12. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahaya, Study Phase Separation of Donor: Acceptor in Inkjet Printed Thin Films of Bulk Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells Using AFM Phase ImagingAdvanced Materials Research 364,465-469 (2011).
  13. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahaya, The effect of donor: acceptor ratio on the generated photocurrent of inkjet printed blended  poly (3-octylthiophene-2.5-diyl) and (6,6)-phenyl C71 butyric acid methyl ester bulk heterojunction organic solar cellsMaterials Science Forum 663-665, 823-827 (2011).
  14. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahaya, The effect of solvent on the morphology of inkjet printed active layer of bulk heterojunction solar cells,   Adv. Nat. Sci.: Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 2, 015014 (2011).
  15. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahaya, The Dependence of Donor: Acceptor Ratio on the Photovoltaic Performances of Blended poly (3-octylthiophene-2,5-diyl) and (6,6)-phenyl C71 butyric acid methyl ester Bulk Heterojunction Organic Solar CellsAIP Conf. Proc. 1284, 159-162 (2010).
  16. V. Fauzia, A. A. Umar, M. M. Salleh, M. Yahya, Optimizing of the Inkjet Printing Technique Parameters for Fabrication of Bulk Heterojunction Organic Solar Cells,  Proceeding of IEEE International Conference on Semiconductor Electronics 2010 (ICSE), pp. 60-63.

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