Dr. Raj Kishore Sharma joined Department of Chemistry in February 2010. He is an Electrochemical Materials Scientist and for the past over 20 years he is been working in interdisciplinary themes of Chemistry, Physics and Materials Science. His research interest includes Energy Storage and Conversion Devices like Fuel Cells, Photovoltaic Cells and Supercapacitors and Sensors. He specializes in the area of the chemical and electrochemical growth, characterization of nano-structured materials and thin films for various applications. He has authored about 85 research article in various scientific journal of international repute. Before joining the Chemistry Department, Raj has been working in various international laboratories and has more than six years of overseas research experience in different places including University of Massachusetts, Amherst, University of Central Florida, USA and Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. He was honored with Young Scientist award by International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) in 2001 and also received ICREA Junior researcher award from Government of Spain in 2007. He is currently working for the synthesis and application of materials used in energy devices. Raj as a convener has organized four international conferences/workshops at Delhi University. He is been a member/convener to many departmental committees besides an expert member (like in BRS) in other universities.