Ashok K Ganguli




Ashok K Ganguli



Professor & Deputy Director (Strategy & Planning)


Born: New Delhi
Ph.D. (Prof. C. N. R. Rao FRS), IISc Bangalore, 1990 Visiting Scientist(1990-1991), DuPont Company, Delaware. Post Doctoral Associate (Prof. J. D. Corbett, F.N.A. Sc. USA 1991-1993), Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University (Ames, Iowa)
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, 1995-present
Sudborough Medal (IISc) 1990. Materials Research Society of India (MRSI) Medal (2006) for significant contribution to material science. CRSI medal (2007) for contribution to chemistry
Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences, Fellow of National Academy of Sciences, Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Awards: Nano India award of DST for 2015, DST award for Nanotechnology


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Research Interests


Nanomaterials, superconductors, complex metal oxides and intermetallics.

Our group works mainly in the areas of design of nanostructured materials with applications in water purification, hydrogen generation, photo-electrochemical studies superconducting materials (oxides, oxypnictides and oxychalcogenides).



    Selected Publications


  1. Unconventional Superconductivity at Mesoscopic Point-contacts on the 3-Dimensional Dirac Semi-metal Cd3As2. Leena Aggarwal, Abhishek Gaurav, Gohil S. Thakur, Zeba Haque, A. K. Ganguli and Gautam Sheet, Nature Materials, 2016, 15, 32-37.
  2. Unusual Mixed Valence of Eu in Two Materials - EuSr2Bi2S4F4 and Eu2SrBi2S4F4: Mössbauer and X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy Investigations. Z. Haque; G. S. Thakur, R. Parthasarathy; B. Gerke; T. Block; L. Heleta; R. Pöttgen; A. G. Joshi; G. K. Selvan; S. Arumugam; L. C. Gupta and A. K. Ganguli, Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56, 3182.
  3. Nanocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reactions,K. Ojha,S. Saha,P. Dagar and A. K. Ganguli, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2018, 20, 6777-6799.
  4. Design and Comparative Studies of Z-Scheme and Type II Based Heterostructures of NaNbO3/CuInS2/In2S3 for Efficient Photoelectrochemical Applications, S. Kumar, N. Yadav, P. Kumar and A. K. Ganguli, Inorg. Chem., 2018, 57 (24).
  5. Hydrotrope-Driven Self-Assembly in CTAB/n-Hexanol/Water/Heptane Reverse Micellar System, V. Sethi, D. Sen and A. K Ganguli, Langmuir, 2019, 35, 6683.



Group

        Group Members


    Post-doctoral Associates
  • Dr. Gajanan Kunde (UGC Post Doc)
  • Dr. Waseem Raza (Institute Post Doc)
  • Dr. Nitin Yadav
    Ph.D.
  • Soumen Ash (Regd INST)
  • Moumita Naskar (Jt. Student)
  • Antara Sarkar
  • Preeti Dagar (Regd INST)
  • Shalini
  • Priyanka Yadav
  • Kirandeep
  • Manisha Bungla
  • PrabuddhaKant Mishra
  • Manoj Kumar Sharma
  • Akshita Sharma