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I work on a variety of problems at the interface between Electrochemistry and Materials Chemistry, sometimes using electric filed to make unusual, two-dimensional materials like graphene and phosphorene quantum dots while in some other cases to make hybrid materials for applications ranging from more efficient electrocatalysts for energy storage (e.g.,fuel cells and batteries) to self-assembled mono and multilayers for biosensors and molecular electronics. Electrochemical (voltammetry, impedance spectroscopy) as well as spectroscopic tools are used to characterize these materials and in favorable cases, even in situ techniques could be developed to unravel the mechanism.