RESEARCH SUPERVISORS

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1.Prof. Ramesh ChandraProfessor and HeadInorganicDrug discovery, Drug metabolism, Bioinorganic ChemistryProf. Ramesh
Chandra
2. Prof. Rita KakkarProfessorPhysicalComputational chemistry; Experimental and theoretical studies on surface adsorbate interactions on nanosurfaces, Drug-DNA interactions, Tautomerism and mutation, Phototautomerism, Quantum and molecular dynamics studies on biologically active molecules and metal complexes. In silico drug design.
3.Prof. R. K. SharmaProfessorInorganicDevelopment of Green Analytical methods, Development of functionalized silica gel for the selective separation and determination of trace/ toxic metals ions, chemical specifications and Molecular Modelling studies on metal ions interactions with antibiotics, antioxidants etc. clean oxidation processes, designing of novel metalchilating inhibitors of transcripton factors NF-kB-DNA binding
4.Prof. A. K. PrasadProfessorOrganicModified nucleoside synthesis and nucleic acid chemsitry with an aim to develop molecules of biological importance, development of selective biotransformation reactions, natural products chemistry and synthesis of bioactive heterocycles compound
5.Prof. Shrikant KukretiProfessorOrganicMulti- stranded DNA structures, anti gene, antisense strategies, biomolecular interactions, drug DNA interactions using biophysical and biochemical methods
6.Prof. Rama KantProfessorPhysicalDiffusion to complex electrochemical and biological interfaces electric double layer in charged rough and thermally modulated membranes and liquid-liquid interfaces, polymers, wetting, developing mathematical models and techniques concerning boundary value problems involving complex geometries.
7.Prof. D. S. RawatProfessorOrganic Design and synthesis of genotoxic and non genotoxic anticancer agents trixanes, tetraoxanes, and trioxane/tetraoxane aminoquinoline based modular molecules as antimalarial agents process development of novel drugs and drug intermediates, developments of new catalysts, heterocyclic and supermolecular chemistry
8.Prof. Sunil K SharmaProfessorOrganicDesign and development of new selective transformations, total synthesis of complex molecules of biological sisgnificance development of enantio-, regio- or chemoselective reactions use of a variety of techniques including spectroscopy, enzymology, chemical synthesis and biomolecule synthesis and engineering role (s) of weak interactions in macromolecular complexes, preparation of analogue, nucleosides or other non nuceosides entities that are incorporated into
9.Prof. S. K. AwasthiProfessorOrganicPeptide synthesis, PNA technology, antisense approach and combinatorial chemistry
10.Prof. Subho MozumdarProfessorPhysicalBio physical chemistry of protiens and DNA, protein- DNA interactions, drug-DNA delivery.
11.Prof. Rajeev GuptaProfessorInorganicBio-inorganic chemistry , bio- mimetic oxidation chemistry mediated by transition metal ions, catalysis, supermolecular and coordination chemistry.
12.Prof. Natesan ThirupathiProfessorInorganicDeveloment of homogeneous catalysts for metal mediated organic transformations with special emphasis on their preparation, structure, reactivity, and applications in organic transformations, investigation of the structure, reactivity and the bonding aspects of non- metal rings and cages that would find applications as, for example non-ionic bases and super-bases in organic transformations.
13.Prof. Mahendra NathProfessorOrganic Synthesis and efficient peripheral functionalization of poryphrins and biomimmetic metallo-poryphrins to design unique designs of poryphrinic enediynes as photo-theraupetic agents for photo dynamic therapy applications .
14.Prof. Parbati BiswasProfessorPhysicalMultiscale modelling and stimulations at the nanoscale, statistical theory of protein folding and combinatorial protein design; Statistical designs and molecular dynamics stimulation of bio polymers such as proteins , DNA and membranes; statistical mechanics and dynamics of branched polymers and polymer networks; rheology of complex fluids.
15.Prof. R. NagarajanProfessorInorganicMaterial syntheis (bulk and thin film), structural characterization and transport property measurements , structure- property relationship in solid and thin films.
16.Prof. S. UmaProfessorInorganicSynthesis of new materials (mesoporous , microporous and nanoscale) crystal strucure evaluation, structure property relationships , oxide-ion conductors and photocatalysts of environmental remediation
17.Prof. M. ThirumalProfessorPhysicalSolid-State Chemistry
18.Prof. A. K. VermaProfessorOrganicDesign of Benzotriozole based novel and inexpensive ligands for copper and palladium-catalyzed C-n(N-arylation ), C-S (S-Arylation) C-C (Suzuki Sonogashira and Heck) coupling reactions; Regeoselective tandem synthesis of variety of poly hetrocycles natural products and π- conjugated organic materials by copper and palladium catalyzed reactions, Metal catalyzed synthesis of natural products like scaffolds by the tandom/cascade reaction
19.Prof. M. D. MiltonProfessorOrganic Design and synthesis of fluorescent sensors; design and synthesis of advance materials, development of new methodologies for functional group transformations; synthesis of novel heterocyclic compounds and their applications, organocatalysis, transition-metal catalyzed cross-coupling reactions, development of multi-catalyst systems for organic transformations..
20.Dr. Indrajit RoyAssociate ProfessorPhysicalPhysical Chemistry, Material Science, Nanomedicine, Biophotonics
21.Dr. P. VenkatesuAssociate ProfessorPhysicalBiophysical Chemistry, Polymer behaviour in coexisting liquid phases . Thermodynamic properties of non-electrolyte systems.
22.Dr. Raj Kishore SharmaAssociate ProfessorPhysicalEnergy storage and conversion devices (Fuel Cells , Photovoltaic cells and Super-Capacitors),Characterization of nano-structure materials and thin-films .
23.Dr. Rakesh KumarAssociate ProfessorOrganicDesign and synthesis of biologically active 1,4-Dihydro -pyridines Azasugars, Alkaloids etc. and their applications as metal sensors and Bio-imaging.
24.Dr. Rakesh Kumar SharmaAssistant ProfessorPhysicalPreparation, characterizations of applications of Metals/ Ceramics / Polymeric/ Magnetic nanoparticles
25.Dr. Dhanraj T MasramAssistant ProfessorInorganicPolymer Synthesis , Orgenomettalic Chemistry
26.Dr. Brajendra K SinghAssistant ProfessorOrganicBio organic Chemistry , enzyme assisted reactions and microwave assisted Chemistry
27.Dr. Surendra SinghAssistant ProfessorInorganicImmobilization of biocatalysts and Organocatalysts , assymetric catalysis, synthesis of biologically active natural products and their analogues.
28.Dr. Ram Kuntal HazraAssistant ProfessorPhysicalExploration of tunneling and co-tunneling of heavy fermions of quantum dots emerging Kondo-effect at low-temperature
29.Dr. Sasanka DekaAssistant ProfessorInorganicNano chemistry; Novel nanomaterials for energy research & applications; Nanomaterials for catalyst; Multifunctional materials; Hybrid nanocrystals; Inorganic chemistry
30.Dr. Kovuru GopalaiahAssistant ProfessorInorganicTransition metal-catalyzed organic reactions, development of novel-chiral legands of enantioselective catalysis, asymmetric synthesis of biologically active compounds, and development of new methedologies for functional group tranformation
31.Dr. Sandeep KaurAssistant ProfessorInorganicCatalysis, Bioinorganic and coordination chemistry
32.Dr. Firasat HussainAssistant ProfessorInorganicCrystal Engineering, Nanomolecular Structural Chemistry, Synthesis of Polyozometalates as molecular magnets, lanthanoid Chemistry, Catalysis
33.Dr. Ramendra P SinghAssistant ProfessorOrganicMetal and nonmetal catalyse synthesis of Arenes and Hetroarenes, Nucleoside Modification and Microwave assisted Synthesis
34.Dr. Alok Kumar RaiAssistant ProfessorOrganicNovel solution-based synthesis to produce nanostructured metal oxides, Energy storage nanomaterials for lithium ion and post lithium ion batteries applications, TEM studies on Li-intercalated/de-intercalated metal oxide nanomaterials, Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.