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ABOUT
 
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Stellios Arseniyadis
Queen Marry University of London, UK
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Doug Stephan
University of Toronto
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Shu Li You
Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry, China
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Indu Bhusan Deb
IICB, India
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Biplab Maji
IISER Kolkata, India
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Huw M. L. Davies
Emory University, USA
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Uttam Tambar
UT Southwestern Medical center, USA
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Jennifer Love
The University of British Columbia,
BC Canada
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Rajib Kumar Goswami
IACS, India
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Ramananda Maity
University of Calcutta, India
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Paolo Melchiorre
ICIQ, Spain
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William B Tolman
Washington University in St. Louis
USA
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Pierre Kennepohl 
The University of British Columbia,
BC Canada
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Suman De Sarkar
IISER Kolkata, India
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Prasanta Ghosh
R. K. M. Residential College
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Soumitra Maity
IIT ISM Dhanbad, India
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Mrinal Kanti Bera
IIEST Shibpur, India
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Bidraha Bagh
NISER Bhubaneswar, India

Conveners

Dr. Modhu Sudan Maji

Associate Professor

Department of Chemistry

IIT Kharagpur

Email: msm@chem.iitkgp.ac.in

Dr. Santanu Panda

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry

IIT Kharagpur

Email: spanda@chem.iitkgp.ac.in

 
 
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 Main Sponsor

 

Sir J.C. Ghosh, the first director of the institute started the chemistry department in 1952. Ever since its inception, the department has established the tradition of excellence in teaching and research in various corridors of chemistry. The multifaceted research activities and state-of-the-art facilities, the department offers one of the best academic environments in the country.

The prime focus on the research activities is on basic and traditional areas of chemistry, relevant to societal needs. The major research encompasses interdisciplinary areas such as organic, biophysical, bioinorganic, bioorganic, computational, material, nanomaterial, organometallic, polymer, solid-state, and theoretical chemistry. The department presently has 31 faculty members.