Dr. Woi Pei Meng is an accomplished academic affiliated with Universiti Malaya, specializing in applied electrochemistry. She obtained her Ph.D. in Electrocatalysis in 2011, with a primary focus on developing solid-state electrocatalysts inspired by the FeFe-hydrogenase enzyme. This enzyme is responsible for facilitating the reversible conversion of dihydrogen and holds significant technological promise for clean energy applications. Her expertise lies in electrode surface modification using materials like carbon-based polymers, first- and second-row transition metals, and 2D materials. She employs electrochemical techniques such as electropolymerization and electrodeposition to achieve these modifications. Dr. Woi's current research is centered on the development of electrochemical sensors. She has contributed to the creation of non-enzymatic biomedical sensors designed for precise detection of metabolites like glucose, sodium, and chloride in bodily fluids. Additionally, her work includes the development of a self-correcting divalent cation sensor for precision agriculture, enabling the measurement of plant macronutrients at the ppm level. This innovation can aid the agricultural industry in optimizing fertilizer usage. Her cutting-edge research also extends to the field of synthetic photosynthesis, with the aim of developing a solid-state electrocatalyst system inspired by nature. This system has the potential to produce hydrogen and convert greenhouse gases into renewable fuel, offering a promising solution to global energy challenges.