Dr. Sanjib Banerjee
Ph.D. (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata)
Assistant Professor, IIT Bhilai
sanjib.banerjee[at]iitbhilai.ac.in

Areas of Interest :

The main focus of Dr. Sanjib Banerjee’s research group is on functional polymer synthesis, surface chemistry, nanomaterials and materials science. Synthetically we are utilizing numerous modern polymerization techniques in combination with the post-polymerization modification techniques to prepare polymer based advanced materials for emerging applications. With the development of a powerful synthetic toolbox, we are extending and pushing the current limits of polymer chemistry. Our work involves material design, molecular characterization and prototype device fabrication.

Extensive research is being done in the field of self-healing sealants for photovoltaics, carbon di-oxide capture/recycling, and multi-stimuli responsive polymer for biomedical applications.


Dr. Satyajit Gupta
Ph.D. (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)
Assistant Professor, IIT Bhilai
satyajit[at]iitbhilai.ac.in

Areas of Interest :

Dr. Satyajit Gupta’s research is in the areas of visible light harvesting materials, functionalized composite materials for solar- cell passivation, oxide based semiconductors for solar-light driven multifunctional applications, hierarchical inorganic structure development, conducting carbon based catalyst composites for environmental remediation and halide perovskites for light to electricity conversion. Dr. Gupta likes to disseminate his knowledge and experience through teaching, research and mentoring the students. He has published more than 30 articles in peer-reviewed International Journals, published one book chapter, and filed two Indian and one US patent.


Dr. Arup Mukherjee
Ph.D. (IISER Kolkata)
Assistant Professor, IIT Bhilai
arup[at]iitbhilai.ac.in

Areas of Interest :

Dr. Mukherjee’s research interests broadly lie in Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry, in particular, development of complexes to generate cost effective catalysts for various important organic transformations and activation of small molecules that are pertinent to renewable energy. Dr. Mukherjee is also interested in expanding Organometallic Chemistry beyond its catalytic application to the Materials Chemistry with an interdisciplinary approach.


Dr. Suchetan Pal
Ph.D. Arizona State University (2012)
Assistant Professor, IIT Bhilai
suchetanp[at]iitbhilai.ac.in

Areas of Interest :

Synthesis and functionalization of nanomaterials for self-assembly. Bionanotechnology with an emphasis on DNA nanotechnology. Stimuli-responsive nanoparticles for biosensing. Dynamic nanoparticle superlattices. Cancer nanotechnology and cancer imaging in vivo and in vitro. Drug delivery and bioimaging.



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