|Sl.No||Name of Faculty||Designation||Division||Domain of expertise|
|1||Prof. Ashis Kr. Mukherjee||Director||Life Sciences||1. Quality control of commercial antisnake/antiscorpion venom laboratory analyses
2. New method of antivenom production
3. Pharmacological screening of medicinal plants for snakebite treatment,
4. Application of biosurfactant in laundry detergents
5. Industrially important microbial enzymes, solid-waste management, bioremediation of petroleum oil hydrocarbons in soil and water, microbial biodesulfurization
|2||Prof. H. Bailung||Professor||Basic and Applied plasma physics||1. Plasma generation by DC, RF discharge, Magnetron plasma for sputter deposition, Plasma polymerization.
2. Plasma diagnostics.
3. Vacuum maintenance, Vacuum pump repairing, Leak detection
4. Atmospheric pressure plasma for surface plasma modification, nano synthesis, biomedical applications
|3||Dr. Subir Biswas||Assistant Professor||Basic and Applied plasma physics||1. Plasma Physics and its application.|
|4||Dr. Kamatchi S.||Assistant Professor||Basic and Applied plasma physics||1. Surface active molecules/shampoo formulation/surfactants based emulsion formulation and testing.
2. Flow properties such as rheology/viscosity analysis of surfactants/biomaterials/lubricants/food packaging.
|5||Dr. Rajlaksmi Devi||Associate Professor||Traditional Knowledge based Drug Development and Delivery||1. Exploration of the medicinal plants of North-East India based on traditional knowledge for the treatment of metabolic syndrome focusing on cardiovascular disease, type-II diabetes, anti-hyperlipidemic etc.
2. Nutraceutical development from natural products such as scented rice, Musa balbisiana, Garciniapedunculata etc.
3. Exploration of fibre from natural resources specially converting the agricultural waste to wealth for making medical devices and different household appliances’ which can provide livelihood to BPL families.
|6||Dr. Jagat C. Borah||Associate Professor||Traditional Knowledge based Drug Development and Delivery||1. Extraction, preparation of standardized fraction based on marker compounds and isolation of pure molecules from natural sources by using different chromatographic techniques.
2. Structure elucidation of pure molecules from natural sources.
3. Interpretation of NMR spectra (1H, 13C, HSQC, COSY, HMBC, NOESY etc), LC-MS/MS, FTIR for structure elucidation of small molecules.
4. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of natural products with respect to bioactive or marker compounds by HPLC.
5. Short term (5 days) hands on training on HPLC and LC-MSMS.
|7||Dr. Arundhuti Devi||Associate Professor||Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research||1. Physico-chemical Characteristics of Water and Soil samples
2. Hydrocarbons, Heavy metal and residual Pesticides present in the Soil, Water and Plant samples.
3. Remediation technique for crude oil contaminated Soil and Water.
|8||Dr. Mojibur R. Khan||Associate Professor||Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research||1. Microbiome analysis of especially human gut flora, fermentation based traditional bevarges etc.
|9||Dr. Debajit Thakur||Associate Professor||Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research||1. Microbial based formulation of biofertilizer
2. Formulation of biocontrol strategy for fungal diseases in agricultural crop especially in Tea (Camellia sinensis).
|10||Dr. Rahul Hepat||Assistant Professor||Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research||1. Sericulture/Entomology/Molecular Virology area pertaining to preserving Muga culture of Assam, identification of silkworm diseases,
2. Studying Muga –pathogen interactions
3. Development of novel technology to control diseases of silkworms
4. Training/workshops for farmers to identify diseases on field and its management them.
5. In addition, any other scientific problem faced by communities in NE India related to insect and/or pathogen management to be consulted.
|11||Dr. Gautam Choudhury||Associate Professor||Mathematical & Computational Sciences||1. We have focus our research works on Queueing theory, which is a branch of Applied Stochastic Modelling with growing application in the field of Industrial engineering, Digital communication and Telecommunications. Applications of such models arise naturally in Call Centres with multitasking employees having applications to IEEE 802.16e based mobile stations as well as applications in Discontinuous Reception (DRX) in the Fifth generation (5G) network.|
|12||Dr. Lipi B Mahanta||Associate Professor||Mathematical &Computational Sciences||1. Artificial Intelligence and Pattern Recognition. There is potential to develop AI & PR devices for related applications.
|13||Dr. Santu Das||Assistant Professor||Mathematical & Computational Sciences||1. Mitigation of ocean waves in coastal waters.
2. Hydroelastic analysis of very large floating structure (VLFS) and/or sea-ice
|14||Prof. Neelotpal Sen Sarma||Professor||Advanced Material Sciences||1. Synthesis and characterization of polyelectrolytes, Liquid Crystalline Polymers, Hydro and polymer gels.
2. Interpretation of 1H NMR spectra and FTIR for structure elucidation of small molecules. Study of ionic conductivity.
3. Synthesis and construction of polymer and bio-polymer based sensors, device fabrication including its electronic circuits.
|15||Dr. Devasish Chowdhury||Associate Professor||Advanced Material Sciences||1. Material characterization / Electron Microscopy: Expertise in different material characterization techniques like UV-visible spectroscopy, Photoluminescence spectroscopy, XRD, FTIR spectroscopy.
2. Analysis of nanomaterials in Electron Microscope like Scanning Electron Microscope and Transmission Electron Microscope.
3. Expertise in fabrication of Nanomaterials / polymer nanocomposite / Biopolymer nanocomposite films.
|16||Dr. Arup Ratan Pal||Associate Professor||Advanced Material Sciences||1. Thin film deposition by Magnetron Sputtering, Thermal evaporation and Plasma CVD
Description: These techniques are useful for corrosion resistant coating, decorative coating, optical materials, semi-conducting films, thin film deposition for varieties of sensors, solar cell, photodetector etc.
2. Surface modification /functionalization by plasma
Description: These techniques are useful for surface modification of different kinds of surfaces e.g. flat surfaces, 3-Dimensional surfaces, fibers, biomaterials etc. for tailoring the surface properties e.g. surface hardness, hydrophilic/hydrophobic properties, functionalization of biomolecules etc.
|17||Dr. Munima B. Saharia||Associate Professor||Advanced Material Sciences||1. Density Functional Theory based electronic structure and phonon calculations in inorganic materials.|
|18||Dr. Sarathi Kundu||Associate Professor||Advanced Material Sciences||1. Different organic thin films formation including polymer, polyelectrolytes, lipids, specific proteins etc. and on their studies
2. Nanomaterials and nanoclusters formation in solution at interfaces and on their optical responses
3. Lipid (biomembrane)-proteins/drugs interaction and structural modifications mostly on soft materials and nano-materials with emphasis on interfaces.
|19||Dr. Biswajit Choudhury||Assistant Professor||Advanced Material Sciences||1. Chemical synthesis of materials for renewable and clean energy generation
–The ever-rising needs for energy to meet the global energy demands require the excessive burning of coal and fossil fuels. The burning emits poisonous gases to the environment making it unhealthy for the earth’s inhabitants. Water could be a source for generating fuels as an alternative to coal energy. Breaking of water generates hydrogen and oxygen. Both hydrogen and oxygen can be used as fuels that are clean and green.
2. My expertise is to synthesize nanomaterials by wet chemical method. These nanomaterials have the ability to absorb sunlight and use sunlight energy to break down water into hydrogen and oxygen. These hydrogen and oxygen are stored and can be used as fuels.