Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi


NIP: 195804051986031001
ORCID: 0000-0001-5991-7110

Scopus Author ID: 8865713400
Website: http://staff.ui.ac.id/jarnuzi


Analytical Chemistry
TiPEC (Titania Photo Electro Catalysis) Research Group

Title: Senior Lecturer


Photo electro catalysis

Contact Information
Email jarnuzi@ui.ac.id
Office G Building, Level 2, FMIPA UI
Phone +6221-7270027
Ph.D., Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Ehime University, Japan, 1993
M.Sc., Environmental Chemistry, Ehime University, Japan, 1990
 Drs., Chemistry, University of Indonesia, Indonesia, 1984
 B.Sc., Chemistry, University of Indonesia, Indonesia, 1979
Research Interest
Application of Photo-electro-catalysis for Health, Environmental, and Energy
Short Biography

Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi earned PhD and Master in Environmental Analytical Chemistry from Ehime University, Japan, under Prof. Tadaaki Wakimoto and Prof. Ryo Tatsukawa. His dissertation’s work is on the development of precise analytical method for specific congeners analysis of persistent organochlorine pollutant (e.g. Polychlorinated Mono Terpenes), based on chromatographic sciences (column chromatographic and GCMS). He took postdoctoral works, a short visiting scientist, at University of New Castel, upon Tyne, UK, under Dr. P.A. Christensen (Photo electro catalytic Detoxification of Water; Development of Novel Photo catalyst and Photo Catalytic Reactor), (Nov. ’95 ~Feb.’96; July ~ Sept. 1997; June-August 1999; Oct-Dec 2003). His current research projects are (1) Solar Hydrogen Energy (Modified Dyes Sensitized Solar Cell Having Catalysis Zone Extension for a Water Splitting), a JSPS Project; (2) The Chemistry of Functional Material for Health, Energy, and The Environment, a DGHE Project.

Honor & Awards
  • Bilateral Research Exchange Award, 2015, JSPS, Japan.
  • Peneliti Terbaik Bidang MIPA & Kesehatan Pada Forum Pemaparan V Hasil Penelitian Hibah Bersaing (2000), (SK Direktur P4M DIKTI-DEPDIKNAS No: 438/D3/T/2000), (Indonesia)
Selected Publications
  • Supriyono, Krisnandi,Y.K., Gunlazuardi,J.(2016). “Band gap energy modification of TiO2 photoelectrode by PbS/CdS quantum dot to enhance visible region photocurrent”. International Journal of ChemTech Research, 9: 191-198.
  • Supriyono, Yuni Krisyuningsih Krisnandi, and Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi (2016). “Electrodeposition of gold nanoparticles on mesoporous TiO2 photoelectrode to enhance visible region photocurrent” AIP Conference Proceedings 1729, 020049.
  • Ratnawati, Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi, Slamet (2015). “Development of titania nanotube arrays: The roles of water contentand annealing atmosphere” Materials Chemistry and Physics 160, 111-118.
  • Supriyono, Hedi Surahman, Yuni Krisyuningsih Krisnandi, and Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi (2015). “Preparation and characterization of transparent conductive SnO2-F thin film deposited by spray pyrolysis: relationship between loadinglevel and some physical properties” Procedia Environmental Sciences 28, 242 – 251
  • Ratnawati Ratnawati; Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi, Eniya Listiani Dewi, and Slamet (2014). “Effect of NaBF4 addition on the anodic synthesis of TiO2 nanotube arrays photocatalyst for production of hydrogen from glycerol-water solution”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39, 16927-16935.
  • Oman Zuas, Jin Seog Kim, and Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi (2014) “Influence of Operational Parameters on the Photocatalytic Activity of Powdered TiO2 for the Reduction of CO2” Indonesian Journal of Chemistry. 14: 122-130.
  • Slamet, Hosna W. Nasution, Ezza Purnama, Soleh Kosela, Jarnuzi Gunlazuardi (2005). “Photocatalytic reduction of CO2 on copper-doped Titania catalysts prepared by improved-impregnation method” Catalysis Communications 6, 313–319.
  • J. Gunlazuardi and Winarti A Lindu (2005). “Photocatalytic degradation of pentachlorphenol in aqueous solution employing immobilised TiO2 supported on titanium metal”. Journal of Photochemistry and PhotoBiology A: Chemistry, 173(1): 51–55
  •  J.C. Harper, P.A. Christensen, T.A. Egerton, T.P. Curtis and J. Gunlazuardi (2001). “Effect of catalyst type on the kinetics of the photoelectrochemical disinfection of water inoculated with E.coli”. Journal of Applied Electrochemistry. 31:623-628
  • I.M. Butterfield, P.A. Christensen, T.P. Curtis and J. Gunlazuardi (1997) “Water Disinfection Using an Immobilised Titanium Dioxide Film in A Photochemical Reactor with Electric Field Enhancement”, J. Water Research. 31: 675.