Present Research Group 

Gaurav Bahuguna

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Post-doc ( Jan 2021 -till)

Gaurav Bahuguna did his B.Sc (H) in chemistry from ARSD College, Delhi University and M.Sc in applied chemistry from Amity University, Noida. He did his PhD within our group and continuing his research as postdoc after  thesis submission. 

His research interests cover a wide area of material chemistry from the synthesis of advanced materials to the fabrication of devices for technological advancement. 

Presently, he is working on fluorination of inorganic materials for enhanced performance in energy devices like supercapacitors and photoelectrochemical cells. He is also working on the development of chemical sensors (humidity, VOCs) non-invasive healthcare monitoring.

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Ajay Urgunde

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PhD Student (2016-till)

Ajay completed his Masters in Energy and Environmental Engineering from VIT University, Vellore (2016) and his Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from University of Pune (2014). His research work is focused on the metal-complex inks for the fabrication of electrodes for biosensors and other devices. In addition, he is working on scalable and highly efficient electrocatalysts  by exploring suitable materials for large scale for Oxygen Evolution Reaction.

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Mohit Verma

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PhD Student (2018-till)

Mohit completed his Master’s in Chemistry from IIEST Shibpur (2015-2017) and Bachelor’s from Shivaji College, University of Delhi (2012-2015). He is interested in synthesis of nanomaterials and fabrication of Chemical Sensors. In his spare time he likes travelling, reading and listening music.

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    Anandita Dhamija

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    PhD Student (2019-till)

    Anandita completed her Masters degree from University of Delhi (2019) and Bachelor's from Miranda House (2017). She is interested in working on the problems related to water scarcity, pollution and conservation. Her research is focused on the development of Soil Moisture Sensors based on nanomaterials. 

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      Snehraj Gaur

      PhD Student (2020-till)

      Snehraj has completed her M.Sc from Central University of Rajasthan (2019) and Bachelor's from University College of Science, MLSU (2016). She is interested in developing materials for Energy applications

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        MSC Students

        1.Arpit (2021)

        Project: Nanomaterials for Sensor Applications

        2.Vikas (2021)

        Project: Molybdenum disulfide as Electrocatalyst for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction

        3.Shailesh (2021)

        Project: Energy Storage Devices