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 KARAN GOSWAMI |Heterogeneous Catalysis

👨‍🏫 Dr Kamaliah  Dr at University of CSIR-CGCRI-Kolkata India. Department of Heterogeneous Catalysis, stands as a distinguished Academician/Research Scholar in the domain of Chemistry. Holding a 1.5 years of teaching experience as teaching assistant (TA) for the Inorganic Chemistry courses for B. Tech. graduates in IIT Kharagpur during Ph.D. their professional journey exemplifies dedication and expertise. 📚

🌐 Professional Profiles:

🎓 Educational Qualifications

Ph.D. in Chemistry Thesis Title: Syntheses and Characterizations of Mixed Metal Oxides and Their Photocatalytic Applications Supervisor: Prof. Rajakumar Ananthakrishnan Institute: Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Year of Award: 2019. M.Sc. in Chemistry (Inorganic Specialization) Percentage: 75.0% Year: 2012 University: Jadavpur University. B.Sc. in Chemistry (Honors) Percentage: 60.9% Year: 2010 University: Jadavpur University Higher Secondary (12th Grade)Percentage: 75.5% Year: 2007 Board: WBCHSE Secondary (10th Grade) Percentage: 79.0% Year: 2005 Board: WBBSE

👩🏽‍🔬 Work Experience

Research Experience Dr. D. S. Kothari Post Doctorate Fellow at Jadavpur University (Dept. of Chemistry, Prof. Arup Gayen group) from 02.09.2020 to 01.09.2023 (3 Years).Teaching Experience 1.5 years of teaching experience as a Teaching Assistant (TA) for Inorganic Chemistry courses for B.Tech. graduates at IIT Kharagpur during Ph.D.

🔬 Research Experience

Focused on synthesizing efficient photocatalysts for the degradation of organic and inorganic pollutants. Developed semiconductor-based heterojunction photocatalysts with enhanced properties. Explored catalysts’ efficiency for degradation of various pollutants and identified optimal catalysts for specific applications.

🏆 Achievements

  • Qualified GATE in 2013 and CSIR-NET in 2014.
  • Awarded UGC Post-Doc fellowship in 2023.

🌟 Research Interest and Teaching Plan

Research Interest: Nanoparticles for cleaner energy and waste management. High entropy metal oxides for hydrogen production. Utilization of waste materials for synthesizing mixed metal oxides for CO2 reduction and energy storage. Teaching Plan: Introductory courses in chemistry focusing on inorganic chemistry, semiconductors, nanomaterials, and characterization techniques. Emphasis on practical knowledge and application of theoretical concepts.

🎯 Vision and Aspirations

Seeking a career integrating teaching and research in higher education to foster knowledge creation, dissemination, and societal growth through continuous investigations and educational endeavors.

Top Noted  Publications

Facile synthesis of nano-Zn/Bi–reduced graphene oxide for enhanced photocatalytic elimination of chlorinated organic pollutants under visible light. (New J. Chem., 2017)


Facile synthesis of cation doped ZnO-ZnCo2O4 hetero-nanocomposites for photocatalytic decomposition of aqueous organics under visible light. (Mater. Chem. Phys., 2018)


Ce-doped CuMgAl oxide as a redox couple mediated catalyst for visible light aided photooxidation of organic pollutants. (ACS Appl. Nano Mater., 2019)


One-pot synthesis of ligand-free highly active NiFe spinel oxide supported Pd catalyst for Suzuki-Miyaura coupling reaction. (J. Mol. Struct., 2024)



KARAN GOSWAMI | Heterogeneous Catalysis| Young Scientist Award

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