|Dr Indrajit Mukhopadhyay
HoD & Professor
B.Sc, M.Sc., Ph.D
Email : Indrajit.M@sse.pdpu.ac.in
Areas of Interest: 1. Interfacial Electron Transfer Process
2. Non-stoichiometric Oxide Photoanode for Photoelectrochemical solar cell
3. Nano-structured carbons as active negative electrode material for high energy density Li ion battery.
4. Conducting Polymer based composites for energy device application.
5. Fundamental studies on the electrocrystallization of semiconductors from Ionic Liquid Medium.
6. Nano-structured Si/Ge based material for Li ion battery.
7. Basic Electrochemistry
More Details: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=FUmlpokAAAAJ&hl=en
Brief Profile: Dr. Mukhopadhyay completed his post graduation in Physical Chemistry from Visva Bharati University in West Bengal. He did his Ph.D. in photoelectrochemistry at IIT, Mumbai using non-stoichiometric lead oxide thin film. Dr. Mukhopadhyay did post doctoral work in Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel), Shinshu University (Japan as JSPS fellow) and University of Karlsruhe (Germany, as CFN fellow under DFG). Throughout his research carrer, he performed studies in the field of Nano Technology and interfacial electron transfer involved in energy conversion and storage process. He has published more than 72 research articles in journal of International repute and has five patents. He served as reviewer of many Internationally reputed journals. Dr Mukhopadhyay has been awarded Vikram Sarabhai Award in 2006 and CSIR Rural Technology Award in 2008.
|Dr Abhijit D RAY
M.Sc., Ph.D, B.Sc
Email : Abhijit.Ray@sse.pdpu.ac.in
Areas of Interest: Solar Photovoltaic, Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Non-vacuum thin film processing.
2. Research gate: Abhijit Ray, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Brief Profile: Dr. Abhijit Ray has a broad interest on the earth abundant functional and semiconducting materials using low cost and non-vacuum techniques. The device applications are targeted to energy generation, storage and efficiency. Current research focuses on the thin film devices for photovoltaic and photoelectrochemical applications.
|Dr Pankaj Kumar Yadav
Email : Pankaj.Yadav@sse.pdpu.ac.in
Areas of Interest: Thin film devices, solar photovoltaic, perovskite solar cells, hydrogen generation, fuel cells, energy generation and storage, electroanalytical characterizations
Brief Profile: Dr. Pankaj Yadav is a recipient of many prestigious awards including Fulbright fellowship, Swiss Excellence fellowship, Overseas postdoctoral fellowship, etc. He has many international active collaborations in Switzerland, UK, Sweden, Germany, US and others. His interests are in energy harvesting and storage devices.