School of Sciences

School of Sciences

Science is the study of the nature and behaviour of natural things and the knowledge that we obtain about them. The study of Science is regarded as ways in which one can gain knowledge about the phenomena of the workings of the natural world. Science is the concerted human effort to understand, or to understand better, the history of the natural world and how the natural world works, with observable physical evidence as the basis of that understanding. A wide range of topics are covered by it.

CoursesYearsSemesterEligibility CriteriaMarks Required
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry3 Years6
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science ( Cyber Security)36Passed/Appeared in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science/Commerce with Maths)55%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence & Robotics)36Passed/Appeared in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science/Commerce with Maths)55%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science (Data Science & Analytics)36 Passed/Appeared in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science/Commerce with Maths)55%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics36Passed/Appeared in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science with Maths/Statistics)55%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Physics36Class 12 passed/appeared55%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Psychology3610+2 qualification in science Stream (Or with Psychology as one of the subjects) 60%
B.Sc. (Hons.) in Statistics3610+ 2 with pure science background60%
Bachelor of Computer Application ( BCA)36Passed/Appeared in 10 + 2 (Stream: Science/Commerce with Maths)55%
M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics24Passed/Appeared B.Sc. (Hons.) in Mathematics55%
M.Sc. in Applied Psychology 24Graduation in Psychology50%
M.Sc. in Chemistry24Passed/Appeared B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry55%
M.Sc. in Physics24Passed/ Appeared in B.Sc. Hons Physics55%
M.Sc. in Statistics24B.Sc with Statistics/ Mathematics Honours55%
Master of Computer Application (MCA)24Passed/Appeared BCA/B.Sc./B.Com. (with Maths)50%
Ph.D in Applied Mathematics
Ph.D in Physics5M.Sc. in Physics60%
Ph.D in Statistics5M.Sc in Statistics with 55% marks with NET/SET qualified55%
Prabuddha Chatterjee

Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Applications

M.Tech

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Prof. Sangeeta Banik

Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Applications

M.Tech

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Prof. Sarasij Majumdar

Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Applications

M.C.A., M.Tech (CSE)

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Prof. Soumen Santra

Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Applications

M.C.A., M.Tech (CSE), SCJP, MCP

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Prof. (Dr.) Debashis Gangopadhyay

Director

PhD

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Area of Research:
Quantum Field Theory, Cosmology, Quantum Computation and Information

Employment / Education / Miscellaneous :
Faculty (1st March 2020 onwards) : Dept.Of Physics, Sister Nivedita University, Kolkata
Faculty ( 2012- 2020): Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, Belur Matth, Howrah
Faculty (1991- 2012): S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India
Postdoctoral Fellow (1989-1991): Bogolubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute of Nuclear Research, Dubna, Moscow, Russia
Postdoctoral Fellow (1987-1989): Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India
Lecturer in Physics (1986-1987): Head, Department of Physics,College of Textile Technology,Berhampore, Murshidabad, India
Ph. D. (1988): Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India
M.Sc. (Physics,First Class)(1977): University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
B.Sc. (Physics Hons.,First Class)(1975): Presidency College, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
Indian School Certificate (First Division) (1972), Calcutta Boys' School, University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate
National Scholarship (1972)
National Science Talent Search Scholarship (1972 – 1977)

Selected Publications :

  • Three Flavoured neutrino oscillations and the Leggett Garg Inequality, Debashis Gangopadhyay and Animesh Sinha Roy, Euro.Phys. Jour. C 77, 260 (2017)
  • Semiclassical treatment of k-essence effect on cosmic temperature, Abhijit Bandyopadhyay, Debashis Gangopadhyay and Arka Moulik, Gravitation and Cosmology 23, 184 (2017)
  • The Leggett-Garg Inequality and Page-Wootters Mechanism, Debashis Gangopadhyay and Animesh Sinha Roy, Euro. Phys. Lett. 116, 40007 (2016)
  • The Hawking temperature in the context of dark energy for Reissner-Nordstrom and Kerr background, G. Manna and Debashis Gangopadhyay, Euro. Phys. Jour. C 74, 2811 (2014)
  • Probing the Leggett-Garg Inequality for Oscillating Neutral Kaons and Neutrinos, D. Gangopadhyay, D.Home, A.Sinha Roy Phys.Rev. A88 022115 (2013)
  • The k-essence scalar field in the context of Supernova Ia Observations, Abhijit Bandyopadhyay, Debashis Gangopadhyay and Arka Moulik, Eur. Phys. J. C 72, 1943, (2012)
  • Estimating temperature fluctuations in the early Universe, Debashis Gangopadhyay, Gravitation and Cosmology 16, 231 (2010)
  • Logarithm of the scale factor as a generalised coordinate in a lagrangian for dark matter and dark energy, Debashis Gangopadhyay and Somnath Mukherjee, Physics Letters B 665, 121 (2008)
  • The CNOT quantum logic gate using q-deformed oscillators, Debashis Gangopadhyay, Int. Jour. Quant. Inform. 6, 471 (2008)
  • Spacetime dependent Lagrangians and weak-strong duality: Sine-Gordon and massive Thirring models, R. Bhattacharyya and Debashis Gangopadhyay, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 17, 729 (2002)
  • Duality invariance of cosmological solutions with torsion, Debashis Gangopadhyay and S. Sengupta, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A 14, 4953 (1999)
  • On canonical q-transformations with two q-oscillators, Debashis Gangopadhyay, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 31, 2909 (1991)
  • Gauge fixing for linearized gravity and antisymmetric tensor fields, Debashis Gangopadhyay, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A 5, 2145 (1990)
  • Fujikawa-type formulation of gauged BRST symmetry for the free Bosonic string, Debashis Gangopadhyay and L. P. Singh, Phys. Rev. D (Rapid Comm.) 38, 2652 (1988)



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Research Interests :
I have worked in the formalism and applications of quantum field theory. In cosmology I am mostly interested in using field theoretic techniques to understand the early universe and the dark matter and and dark energy scenario. In quantum computation and information theory, my interest lies in quantum logic gates and quantum correlations.

PhD students:
(1) Rajsekhar Bhattacharyya (Ph. D. Jadavpur University), Thesis title: “Studies on recent development in non-perturbative aspects of gauge theories” ( Quantum field Theory)
(2) Goutam Manna (Ph. D. Calcutta University), Thesis title: “Some studies in emergent gravity and k-essence ” (Cosmology and Quantum field Theory)
(3) Somnath Mukherjee (Ph. D. Jadavpur University), Thesis title: “Some studies on cosmic origins of dark matter and dark energy” (Cosmology)
(4) Oindrila Ganguly (Ph. D. Calcutta University), Thesis title: “Lorentz invariance violation: a study in the context of effective theories” (Quantum Field Theory)
(5) Animesh Singha Roy (Ph. D. RKMVERI), Thesis title: “Neutral Kaon Oscillations, Neutrino Oscillations and the Page-Wootters Mechanism in the light of the Leggett-Garg Inequality” (Quantum Correlations)

Current PhD students :
Indrajit Mondal

Visiting Summer Internships :
Mr. Praneet Pathak , IIESER, Mohali, May-July 2019 (Indian Academy of Sciences Summer Fellow)
Mr. Mritunjay Tyagi, Delhi University, June- August 2019 (Indian Academy of Sciences Summer Fellow)
Ms. Ashwini Nagaraj Shenoy (II BE) N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Udupi, May-July 2020 (Indian Academy of Sciences Summer Fellow)
Mr. Gaurang Ramakant Kane (II BTech) Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, June-August 2020 (Indian Academy of Sciences Summer Fellow)

Prof. (Dr.) Mala Mitra

Head of Department

PhD

Email: mala.m@snuniv.ac.in


Research Experience:
Ph.D research : Theoretical Cosmic ray propagation (4 years, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science)
Post Doctoralresearch : Cosmic Ray (3 years, Department of Theoretical Physics , Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science) and neutrino detection , Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Ongoing research project :
Development and optimization of the SPR based biosensors to monitor environmental hazards. The outcome is intended to help the environmentalists and lay people alike to use the cost effective technology towards achieving a cleaner and greener Bengal.

Teaching Experience :
Engineering College : 17 years Sister Nivedita University : 2 years

Selected Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:
1. Muon fluxes derived from the directly measured primary cosmic ray elemental spectra , Mala Mitra, Pratibha Pal and D. P. Bhattacharyya, Modern Phys. Letters A11 (1996) 2427.
2. Investigation on the altitude dependence of the diffuse diffuse photon energy spectra initiated by primary nucleon air collisions, D. P. Bhattacharyya, R. K. Saha, R. Majumdar and Mala Mitra, FIZIKA B9 (2000) 169.
3. Control and Synchronization of nonlinear dynamical system. Mala Mitra and Santo Banerjee, A chapter in a Research Handbook titled Chaos Synchronization and Cryptography for Secure Communications:Applications for EncryptionIGI Global (2010)

PROF. ANINDITA MUKHERJEE

Head of Department

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Email: anindita.m@snuniv.ac.in


Area of Research:
Clinical psychology, psycho-immunology, psycho-oncology, psychotherapy

Employment / Education / Miscellaneous:
Anindita Mukherjee has completed her M.Phil in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc in Applied Psychology with specialization in Clinical and Forensic Psychology, Bsc Honors in Psychology from department of Applied Psychology, University of Calcutta. She has completed certified course on “psychological first aid” from John Hopkins University. She has a Diploma on graphology from Kolkata Institute of Graphology. She has qualified UGC NET twice. She has presented research papers in various national and international level conferences and received many best paper awards and published research papers in index journals. She is associated with mental health service for last 9 years. She was associated as a Clinical psychologist and faculty indifferent Government Medical College and different private neuropsychiatric hospitals in India.

Awards and recognition:

  • 1. First class 7th rank in Bsc (Hons) in Psychology from University of Calcutta.
  • 2. First class 2nd rank in Bsc (Hons) in psychology from Victoria Institution college, University of Calcutta
  • 3. Best paper award in 3rd International And 5th National Psychological Science Congress, Chandigarh, 2016
  • 4. Best paper award in RCI recognized 3 days International Seminar cum /continuing Rehabilitation Education Programme, Jadavpur University, West Bengal, 2020.

Selected Publications :

  • 1. Mukherjee A, Mukherjee T (2020). Anxiety, Depression and counseling awareness among women with breast carcinoma. Skills for counseling parents of students with special needs. Renova International Publications, New Delhi.
  • 2. Mukherjee A, Mazumder K, Ghoshal S (2018). Impact of different socio-demographic factors on mental health status of female cancer patients receiving chemotherapy for recurrent disease. Indian J PalliatCare;24:426-430
  • 3. Mukherjee A, Mazumder K, Kaushal V, Ghoshal S (2017). Effect of supportive psychotherapy on mental health status and quality of life of female cancer patients receiving chemotherapy for recurrent disease. Indian J PalliatCare;23:399-402

Research Interests :
Clinical psychology, psycho-immunology, psycho-oncology, psychotherapy

Prof. (Dr.) Mridula Kanoria

Professor

Ph. D. (Sc.)

Email: mridula.k@snuniv.ac.in


Academic Qualifications :

  • Post Doctoral from Indian Statistical Institute
  • Ph. D. from University of Calcutta
  • M. Sc. In Applied Mathematics, Gold Medalist, University of Calcutta
  • B. Sc. (Honrs) In Mathematics from the University of Calcutta

Area of Research: Thermoelasticity and Solid Mechanics, Fractional Calculus, Crack- Problems in Elasticity,

                             Computational Methods,Memory dependent derivatives,Bio Mathematics,Water Waves

 

 

Prof. (Dr.) Partha Sarathi Joarder

Associate Professor

Ph.D in Solar Magnetohydrodyanamics (MHD)

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Experience in Educational Field:
Worked in the Department of Physics, Bose Institute, Kolkata as Associate Prof. till December, 2018.Assoc. Professor at the Department of Physics, Sister Nivedita University from January, 2019 to present.

Area of Research:
Solar-Terrestrial (ST) Physics, Space Plasma Physics, High Energy Astrophysics

Selected Publications:
1) Multiwavelength analysis of low surface brightness galaxies to studyprobable dark matter signature: P. Bhattacharjee, P. Majumdar, M. Das, S. Das, P.S. Joarder and S. Biswas, Under the process of Revision at the Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society(MNRAS) (2020).
2) Analysis of Fermi-LAT data from Tucana-II: Possible constraints on Dark Matter Models with an intriguing hint of a signal: P. Bhattacharjee, P. Majumdar, S. Biswas and P.S. Joarder, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics(JCAP),08 (2019), 028.
3) Constraints on Dark Matter Models from the observation of Triangulum-II with the Fermi Large Area Telescope: S. Biswas, P. Bhattacharjee, P. Majumdar, S. Das, M. Das and P.S. Joarder, JCAP, 11 (2017), 003.
4) Spherical accretionin Giant Elliptical Galaxies: multi transonicity,shocks,and implicationson AGN feed- back: S. Raychaudhuri, S. Ghosh and P.S. Joarder, MNRAS,479 (2018),3011.
5) Multifragmentation model for the production of astrophysical strangelets: S. Biswas, J.N. De, P.S. Joarder, S. Raha and D. Syam, Phys. Rev. C95,(2015) 045201.
6) Multifragmentation model of astrophysical strangelets:S.Biswas,J.N.De,P.S.Joarder,S.RahaandD.Syam, Phys. Letts. B, 715 (2012) 30.
7) Influenceof microscopic particle interaction models on the flux of atmospheric antiprotons: A.Bhadra,B.Bijay,S.K.Ghosh,P.S.JoarderandS.Raha, AstroparticlePhysics, 35 (2012) 277.

Research Interests:
ST Physics, MHD, Hydrodynamic and Cosmic Ray Monte-Carlo Simulation at High Altitude, Analysis of High Energy Gamma Rays. My recent research interest also includes Foundation of Quantum Mechanics, Logic and Philosophy of Science, although I do not yet have any publications in these three areas. PhD students: Joint-Supervisor of Dr. Sayan Biswas (Calcutta University)

Current PhD students:
1. Ms. Sananda Raychaudhuri 2. Ms. Pooja Bhattacharjee 3. Mr. Kaushik Naskar
All registered in University of Calcutta

DR. RUPALI GANGOPADHYAY

Associate Professor

PhD in Chemistry

Email: rupali.g@snuniv.ac.in


(Prof) DR. RUPALI  GANGOPADHYAY                                     

 Associate Professor & HOD, Chemistry Department

 

  1. Area of Specialization and current research topic :
  1. Conducting polymer composites, nanocomposites and IPNs  
  2. Nanotechnology : Nanotubes, nanowires and self assembled systems and biosensors
  3. Rheology of conducting polymer dispersions
  4. Theoretical Simulation of hybrid nanostructures

 

  1. Contact : rupali.g@snuniv.ac.in

 

  1. Education and previous positions :
  • M Sc, Calcutta University, 1993
  • Ph D in Materials Science from Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata (2001)
  • JSPS fellowship in Hokkaido University, Japan
  • Principal investigator of SERC-DST sponsored Fast Track Project (2003-2007, 2008-2011)
  • Visiting Fellow in SINP and IACS)
  • Principal Investigator, Women Scientist Project, IACS, Kolkata
  • Guest Lecturer in Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, University of Calcutta, and IIEST, Shibpur,
  • Professor of Chemistry : University of Engineering and Management, Kolkata

 

  1. Fellowship, Awards and Honours
  1. Qualified WBJEE (Rank 644), GATE-94 (86.62), NET (CSIR-UGC,1996) and SLET (CSC, 1996)
  2. Enjoyed JRF (1997) and SRF (1999) of CSIR (during Ph D)
  3. Awarded S. R. Palit Award in Physical Chemistry in 34th Annual Convention for Chemists in 1997 for best presentation.
  4. Awarded First Prize for the article on “New Materials and Composites” in the All India Young Scientists’ Seminar, Essay and Quiz Competition, Rubber Technology Centre, IIT, Kharagpur, 1998.
  5. Won the Young Scientist Award in the 87th Indian Science Congress (2000).
  6. Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists, sponsored by SERC-DST, India in 2003 and in 2008
  7. Women Scientist Project, sponsored by SERC-DST, India
  8. Reviewed papers of Langmuir, Synthetic Metals, Sensors and Actuators B, Biopolymers, Macromolecular Rapid Communication, Advanced Materials, Polymer and Electrochim Acta.

 

  1. List of Publications : Published paper : 36, Book Chapter: 3, Popular scientific article : 2; Total citation ~ 2600 h-index : 17, since 1999, i-10 index : 23

 

  1. Research papers and reviews in peer reviewed journals :
  2. How does PEDOT grow like nanorope ? A theoretical investigation with experimental insights : Rupali Gangopadhyay, J Molecular Liquids, 316, 113739, 2020.
  3. Controlling distance, size and concentration of nanoconjugates for optimized LSPR based biosensors, A D Chowdhury, F Nasrin, Rupali Gangopadhyay, A B Ganganboina, KTakemurab, I Kozaki, H Honda, T Hara, F Abe, T Suzuki, E Y. ParK, Biosensors & Bioelectronics 170, 112657, 2020.
  4. Enhanced photoluminescence from gold nanoparticle decorated polyniline nanowire bundles, A Samanta, Rupali Gangopadhyay, M Ray, C K Ghosh, RSC Advances, 7, 27473-27479, 2017
  5. How does PEDOT combine with PSS ? Insights from structural studies, Rupali Gangopadhyay, Bidisa Das  and Mijanur Rahaman Molla, RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 43912–43920
  6. Highly sensitive electrochemical biosensor for glucose, DNA and protein using gold-polyaniline nanocomposites as a common matrix,  A D Chowdhury,  Rupali Gangopadhyay and A De, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical,  190, 348–356 (2014)
  7. Functionalized Polyaniline Nanowires for Biosensing : Rupali Gangopadhyay, A D Chowdhury and A De, Sensors and Actuators B (Chem), 171-172, 777-785 (2012)
  8. Effects of conducting polymer poly (3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) nanotubes on electro optical and dielectric properties of a nematic liquid crystal 4-n-pentyl-4’-cyanobiphenyl host, Sharmistha Ghosh, Prasenjit Nayek, Subir Kumar Roy, Rupali Gangopadhyay, MR Molla and R Dabrowski, Applied Physics Letters, 96, 073101 (2010)
  9. Exploring properties of Polyaniline-SDS dispersion : A Rheological Approach : Rupali Gangopadhyay, J Colloid and Interface Science, 338, 435-443 (2009).
  10. Smooth crossover from variable-range hopping with Coulomb gap to nearest-neighbour inter-chain hopping in conducting polymer : S Maji, S Mukhopadhyay, Rupali Gangopadhyay and A de, Physical Review B, 75, 073202(1-4) (2007)
  11. Enhancement of electron-electron interactions in chemically synthesized polymer nanowires : A Rahaman, M K Sanyal, Rupali Gangopadhyay and A De, Chemical Physics Letters, 447, 268-273 (2007)
  12. Evidence of a ratchet effect in nanowires of a conducting polymer : A. Rahman, M. K. Sanyal, Rupali Gangopadhyay. A. De, I. Das; Physical Review B, 73, 125313-12518 (2006).  (Selected for virtual publication of PRB)
  13. A new conducting semi-IPN formed from polyaniline and crosslinked PAMPS : S K Siddhanta and Rupali Gangopadhyay, Polymer, 46(9),2993-3000 (2005).
  14. Electrochemically prepared PPy-PVA pseudo IPN : Synthesis and Properties, R. Gangopadhyay and A. De, J. Materials Chemistry , 12 (12), 3591-3598 (2002).
  15. Conducting polymer nanocomposite : a brief overview (Review), R. Gangopadhyay and A. De, Chemistry of Materials, 12, 608-623 (2000). (Cover article) (Citn. : ~1400, Selected among top 5% most cited publication of Chemistry of Materials )
  16. Transport properties of polypyrrole-ferric oxide conducting nanocomposites, R. Gangopadhyay, A. De and S. N. Das, J. Appl. Phys. 87, 2363-2371 (2000).
  17. Polypyrrole-ferric oxide conducting nanocomposite. I. Synthesis and Characterisation, R. Gangopadhyay and A. De, Eur. Polym. J, 35, 1985-1992 (1999).

 

  1. Book Chapters
  1. Conducting Polymers Nanocomposites : R. Gangopadhyay and A. De, Handbook of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials and Nanocomposites, ed. H. S. Nalwa, ASP, Vol. 2, 217-259 (2003)
  2. Conducting Polymer Nanostructures : R. Gangopadhyay (invited review), Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, ed. H. S. Nalwa, ASP, 2, 105 (2004).
  3. Cooperative binding in surfactant-polymer association : a brief overview, Rupali Gangopadhyay*, Jian Ping Gong and Yoshihito Osada, Flash Polymers and Hydrogels, CRC Press, 2004.
  4. Popular Articles in scientific magazines :
  5. DST WOS-A: the scenario from recipient’s perspective, Rupali Gangopadhyay and Bidisa Das, Current Science, 25th October, 2016
  6. A Journey Through Fullerenes : Rupali Gangopadhyay, Science Reporter, November, 1997

 

Google scholar citations :

  1. Invited lectures :
  2. Nuclear Energy for Common People (Invited Lecture), VECC, 12th Dec., 2005
  3. Seminar on Smart Materials : Srirampur Textile College, August, 2008
  4. National Seminar on Soft Materials : Bose Institute, September, 2008
  5. Invited Lecture on Biosensors : Tezpur University, 26th June, 2017
  6. CTMSE 2018, SN Bose Centre or Basic Sciences (Session Chair), 18th Jan, 2018
  7. NAWCMP: National Seminar on Condensed Mater, Viswa Bharati University, 4-5th Aug, 2018
  8. Know Your Elements : Workshop on Periodic Table 4-10 Aug, 2019
  9. Pressing for Progress : To be held in Hyderabad during 19-21 September, 2019
  10.  ICCAES-2019 : IEM Kolkata, 19-21st September, 2019
  11. Scientists under scanner : Invited Lecture in the Webinar conducted by BES College, Kolkata, 1st Aug., 2020

 

  1. Activities beyond curriculum :

 

  1. Selected as a Science Communicator by Vigyan Prasar, a DST organization in 1996. regularly publishes popular articles on scientific and social issues in Bengali and English magazines viz. Desh, Anandabazar Patrika, Ei Samai, Science Reporter, Resonance and Current Science.
  2. Published an article on the effect of Globalization on Indian scientific research in an edited volume on Globalization (2011)
  3. Regularly writing on Gender inequity in Science and Society. Presented paper in a conference “Pressing for Progress” held in the University of Hyderabad, on 19-21 September, 2019 with two papers on gender issues.

Prof. (Dr.) Papiya Majumdar

Assistant Professor

PhD in Chemistry

Email: papiya.mj@snuniv.ac.in


Dr. Papiya Majumdar, PhD, Chemistry, University of Missouri-Columbia, USA

Asst. Prof., Dept. of Chemistry, Sister Nivedita University; Faculty-in-Charge extracurricular activities, Sister Nivedita University

Educational Qualification:

Ph.D. (Organic Chemistry), University of Missouri-Columbia, MO, USA.

Area of Research and Research Interests:

1. Organic Chemistry and Biotechnology: exploring the role of DNA repair enzyme tyrosyl DNA phosphodiesterase 1 (TDP1) as a co-target with human topoisomerase I (Top1) in anti-cancer therapy.

2. Different chemical compound/drug assay to find out potent Leishmania donovani (LdTop1) and human topoisomerase I (Top1) inhibitor/s.

Post-doctoral Experience:

1. Nov 2013 – Dec 2015: CSIR-Senior Research Associate (SRA: Scientist Pool Scheme) at CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology.

2. Feb 2013 – Oct 2013: Research Associate under the “Raja Ramanna Fellowship Scheme” in Dept of Infectious disease and Immunology, Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Kolkata

3. June 2007 – April 2009: Post-doctoral Fellow at University of California-San Diego, USA.

Specialization/Domain Area:

Organic Chemistry and Biotechnology

HONORS & AWARDS:        

  • 2005 and 2006:           Professional Presentation Travel Fellowship Award, MU, USA. 
  • 2005 and 2006:            GPC (Grad. Prof. Council) Travel Scholarship Award, MU, USA. 
  • 2013:                          Senior Research Associate-ship Award (CSIR-Pool Officer) from Council of   Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), Govt. of India.

Experience in Education/Academia: Total 10 years’:

3 years full time faculty member at Sister Nivedita University, India

1 year as adjunct faculty member at Adamas University, India

6 years as Teaching Assistant in University of Missouri Columbia, USA

Teaching Area:

Organic Stereochemistry, Organic Synthesis, Organic Spectroscopy, Reaction Mechanisms, Chemistry of Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons

Cumulative Industry/Research Experience: Total 11 years’:

6 Years at University of Missouri-Columbia, USA as PhD Scholar (2001-2007)

1 years 10 months at University of California-San Diego, USA as Post-Doc Research Scholar (2007-2009)

3 years at CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Kolkata as SRA (2013-2015)

2 months at Tata Pharma Ltd., Mumbai (1998)

Selected Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

1.   Identification of Leishmania donovani Topoisomerase 1 inhibitors via intuitive scaffold hopping and bioisosteric modification of known Top 1 inhibitors. Rajinikanth Mamidala, Papiya Majumdar, Kunal Kumar Jha, Chandramohan Bathula, Rahul Agarwal, M. ThirumalaChary, H. K. Mazumdar, Parthapratim Munshi & Subhabrata Sen; accepted on 3rd May, 2016: Scientific Reports (Impact factor: 5.578)

2. Poly(ADP-ribose) polymers regulate DNA topoisomerase I (Top1) nuclear dynamics and camptothecin sensitivity in living cells. Das, Subhendu; Rehman, Ishita; Ghosh, Arijit; Sengupta, Souvik; Majumdar, Papiya; Jana, Biman; Das, Benu Brata*: Accepted on July 13, 2016: Nucleic Acid Res  (Impact factor: 9.112)

3.   Design, synthesis and evaluation of thiohydantoin derivatives as Noncamptothecin Topoisomerase I (Top 1) Inhibitors.  Papiya Majumdar, Chandramohan Bathula, Suparna M Basu, Subhendu K Das, Rahul Agarwal, Santanu Hati, Ashutosh Singh, Subhabrata Sen,*, Benu Brata Das*, European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry: accepted on August 15, 2015. (Impact factor: 3.447)

4. PARP1-TDP1 coupling for the repair of topoisomerase I-induced DNA damage
Das, Benu; Huang, Shar-yin N; Murai, Junko.; Rehman, Ishita; Amé, Jean-Christophe; Sengupta, Souvik; Das, Subhendu; Majumdar, Papiya; Zhang, Hongliang; Biard, Denis; Majumder, Hemanta; Schreiber, Valérie; Pommier, Yves, Nucleic Acid Res 2014, 42, 4435-49.  (Impact factor: 9.112)

5. Ammonia Elimination from Protonated Nucleobases and Related Synthetic Substrates. Ming Qian, Shuo Yang, Hong Wu, Papiya Majumdar, Nathan Leigh, and Rainer Glaser, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrometry (JASMS) 2007, 18, 2040-2057.  (Impact factor: 3.19)

6. Oxanosine is a Substrate of Adenosine Deaminase.  Implications for the Quest for a Toxicological Marker for Nitrosation Activity.  Papiya Majumdar, Hong Wu, Peter Tipton, and Rainer Glaser, Chem. Res. Tox. 2005, 18, 1830-1841.  (Impact factor: 3.529)

7. 5-Cyanoimino-4-oxomethylene-4,5-dihydroimidazole and 5-cyanoamino-4-imidazole-carbo-xylic acid intermediates in nitrosative guanosine deamination. Evidence from 18O-labeling experiments. Sundeep Rayat, Papiya Majumdar, Peter Tipton, and Rainer Glaser, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2004, 126, 9960-9969.  (Impact factor: 12.113)

Selected Conference Publications & Paper Presentations:

1. Press Meet 2019 on 30th January, 2019 at Press Club: “How Cancer Starts, Grows, & Spreads” Dr. Papiya Majumdar, HOD of Chemistry, Sister Nivedita University; Prof. (Dr) Jahar Majumdar, CNCI; Dr. Ayan Basu, HOD, Radiation Oncology, HCG EKO Cancer Centre; Dt. Rohini Mondal, Diet Consultant, SD Medical Services & Consultancy.

2. “DNA topoisomerase I dynamics in living cells Nucleus:  Both the N-terminal and the catalytic domain of human Top1 steers the Camptothecin sensitivity.” Papiya Majumdar , Subhendu K. Das, Souvik Sengupta, Tamalika Sanyal, Arijit Ghosh and Benu Brata Das;  poster presentation, IABS-2015 (An Interdisciplinary Approach to Biological Sciences), Kolkata, February 2 & 3, 2015.

3. “DNA topoisomerase I dynamics in living cells: active site tyrosyl steers the CPT sensitivity.” Papiya Majumdar, Subhendu K. Das and Benu Brata Das; poster presentation, IACS (Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science), on National Science Day, Kolkata, February 28, 2014.

4. “Fasicularin-derived aziridinium ion:  Theoretical study of the formation of the putative reactive nitrogen species.”  Papiya Majumdar, Rainer Glaser; Sanjay Dutta and Kent S. Gates; poster presentation, 232nd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, September 11 & 12, 2006

5. “Nitrosative guanosine deamination:  17O-Labeling studies as integral accompaniment to 18O-studies.”  Papiya Majumdar, and Rainer Glaser; poster presentation, 19th annual Organic Chemistry Day, University of Missouri-Columbia, April 29, 2006

6. “Nitrosative guanosine deamination:  17O-Labeling studies as integral accompaniment to 18O-studies.”  Papiya Majumdar, and Rainer Glaser; oral presentation, Research and Creative Activities Forum (RCAF), University of Missouri-Columbia, March 18, 2006

7. “Oxanosine is a Substrate of Adenosine Deaminase: Identification and Characterization of the Reaction Product.”  Papiya Majumdar, Hong Wu, Peter Tipton, and Rainer Glaser; poster presentation, XXV Midwest Enzyme Chemistry Conference, Loyola University, Chicago, October 8, 2005.

8. “Nitrosative guanosine deamination:  17O-Labeling studies as integral accompaniment to 18O-studies.”  Papiya Majumdar, and Rainer Glaser; oral presentation, 230th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Washington D.C., August 29, 2005

9. “Oxanosine is a Substrate of Adenosine Deaminase: Identification and Characterization of the Reaction Product.”  Papiya Majumdar, Hong Wu, Peter Tipton, and Rainer Glaser; poster presentation, 18th annual Organic Chemistry Day, University of Missouri-Columbia, April 30, 2005

10. “Oxanosine is a Substrate of Adenosine Deaminase: Identification and Characterization of the Reaction Product.”  Papiya Majumdar, Hong Wu, Peter Tipton, and Rainer Glaser; poster presentation, 228th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 24, 2004

Dr. Abhik Sur

Assistant Professor

Ph. D. (Sc.)

Email: abhik.s@snuniv.ac.in


 Employment / Education / Miscellaneous :

Academic Qualifications :

  • Ph. D. from University of Calcutta in the year 2016
     
  • M. Sc. from University of Calcutta in the year 2010
  • B. Sc. from University of Calcutta in 2008

 

Teaching Experiences:

  • Working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Sister Nivedita University from 08-08-2019 till date.
  • Worked as Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Techno Main Salt Lake since 19-07-2011 to 07-08-2019.
  • Worked as a Guest teacher in the Department of Mathematics, PG course in Rabindra Bharati University over several years.
  • Worked as a Guest teacher in the Department of Mathematics, Vidyasagar College, affiliated to University of Calcutta from 02-09-2010 till 15-07-2011.

 

67 publications (62 research papers in international/national journals, 5 publications in Conference Proceedings),  1 article as a chapter in books.

According to Google scholar 1091 citations h_index 21 and I10 Index  44

 

Orcid ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6326-6429

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=PCZBXFMAAAAJ&hl=en

Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Abhik_Sur

 Area of Research: Generalized Thermoelasticity, Solid mechanics, Memory dependent derivative.

Prof. (Dr.) Shrabana Chakrabarti

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email: shrabana.cs@snuniv.ac.in


Area of Specialization:
a. Primary: Atomic, Molecular, Quantum and Nonlinear Optics
b. Secondary: Coherent spectroscopy, fast and slow light, atom cooling and trapping

Highest Academic/Professional Qualification:
PhD in experimental physics (2009) from the University of Calcutta

Awards
First prize in the “Colloquium for Young Physicists” organized by the Indian Physical Society at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (August 24-25, 2006), Kolkata
Best poster award in DAE-BRNS National Laser Symposium (NLS-4, January 2005), BARC, Mumbai for the poster “Observation of Electromagnetically Induced Transparency in Rubidium D2 Transitions”.

Experience Academic:
Principal Investigator in the DST funded project “Freezing Light in Cold Atoms” at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata

Experience Research Organization:
Research Associate (2008) – Quantum Optics Group Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland
Postdoctoral Fellow (2008-2010) – Quantum and Nonlinear Optics Group Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
Postdoctoral Fellow (2011-2013) – Quantum Optics Group Technical University Kaiserslautern, Germany
DST Women Scientist (WOS-A) – Applied Nuclear Physics Division (2014 - 2018) Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata

Research and Publications:
List of Publications (In Peer Reviewed Journals)
1. Pulse delay and group velocity dispersion measurement in V-type electromagnetically induced transparency of hot atom, Bankim Chandra Das, Dipankar Bhattacharyya, Arpita Das, Satyajit Saha, Shrabana Chakrabarti and Sankar De
2. Observation and theoretical simulation of dispersive properties of an electromagnetically induced transparent 87Rb atomic medium, Arpita Das, Bankim Chandra Das, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Dipankar Bhattacharyya2 and Sankar De
3. Manipulating cold atoms with optical fibres, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Current Science 112, 1369 (2017)
4. Simultaneous observations of Electromagnetically Induced Transparency (EIT) and Absorption (EIA) in a multi-level V-type system of 87Rb and theoretical simulation of the observed spectra using a multi-mode approach, Bankim Das, Dipankar Bhattacharyya, Arpita Das, Shrabana Chakrabarti, and Sankar De, Journal of Chemical Physics 145, 224312 (2016)
5. Adiabatically driven frequency conversion towards short extreme-ultraviolet radiation pulses , Shrabana Chakrabarti, Holger Muench and Thomas Halfmann, Phys. Rev. A 82, 063817 (2010)
6. Coherent Control of Frequency Conversion towards Short (Picosecond) Vacuum-Ultraviolet Radiation Pulses, H. Münch, S. Chakrabarti, and T. Halfmann, Phys. Rev. A 82, 033821 (2010)
7. Tapered optical fibers as tools for probing magneto-optical trap characteristics, Michael J. Morrissey, Kieran Deasy, Yuqiang Wu, Shrabana Chakrabarti, and Síle Nic Chormaic, Rev. Sci. Inst. 80, 053102-1 (2009).
8. Study of width and height of EIT resonance in a Doppler broadened five-level system with varying probe power, M.M. Hossain, S. Mitra, S. Chakrabarti, D. Bhattacharyya, B. Ray, and P.N. Ghosh, Eur. Phys. J. D 53, 141 (2009).
9. Velocity dependent pump-probe spectroscopy for a five-level system: An application to Rb D2 transitions, Dipankar Bhattacharyya, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, Chem. Phys. Lett. 440, 24 (2007).
10. Laser frequency stabilization for atom cooling and magnetic field compression of the trap, S. Chakrabarti, A. Ray, A. Bandyopadhyay, D. Bhattacharyya, B. Ray, B. N. Jagatap, K. G. Manohar and P. N. Ghosh, Laser Physics 17, 1 (2007).
11. Velocity selective optical pumping and repumping effects with counter and co propagating laser radiations for D2 lines of rubidium, S. Chakrabarti, B. Ray and P. N. Ghosh, Eur. Phys. J. D 42, 359 (2007).
12. Laser cooling, magneto optic trapping and spectroscopy of Rubidium atoms, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, Physics Teacher, 48, 81 (2006).
13. Velocity selective resonances and electromagnetically induced transparency in atomic Rubidium, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitkiran Pradhan, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Ayan Ray, Biswajit Ray, Dipankar Bhattacharya and Pradip N. Ghosh, Indian Journal of Physics 80, 487 (2006).
14. Velocity selective optical pumping effects and electromagnetically induced transparency for D2 transitions in Rubidium, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitkiran Pradhan, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 38, 4321 (2005).
15. Velocity-selective resonance dips in the probe absorption spectra of Rb D2 transitions induced by a pump laser, S. Chakrabarti, A. Pradhan, A. Bandyopadhyay, A. Ray, B. Ray, N. Kar and P. N. Ghosh, Chem. Phys. Lett. 399, 120 (2004).
In Conference Proceedings 16. Laser cooling, magneto optic trapping and spectroscopy of Rubidium atoms, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, Physics Teacher, 48, pg.81 -86 (2006) 15. Velocity selective resonances and electromagnetically induced transparency in atomic Rubidium, Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitkiran Pradhan, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Ayan Ray, Biswajit Ray, Dipankar Bhattacharya and Pradip N. Ghosh, Indian Journal of Physics 80 (5), pg. 487-489 (May 2006).
17. Characterization of a cloud of cold Rubidium atoms – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, National conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics, Jan 11 – 13, 2007, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India
18. Setting up a Magneto Optical Trap to cool Rubidium atoms and characterization of the cloud of cold Rubidium atoms – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Dipankar Bhattacharyya, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, International Conference on Lasers and Nanomaterials, Nov 30 – Dec 2, 2006, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India.
19. High Resolution Laser Spectroscopy and Laser Cooling of Rubidium Vapour – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Indo-French Centre for the Promotion of Advanced Research (IFCPAR) Workshop for young Scientists on Laser Physics and Quatum Optics, January 4-8, 2006, Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India.
20. Construction of a magneto optical trap (MOT) for confining cold Rubidium atoms – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Ayan Ray, Amitava Bandhyopadhyay, Biswajit Ray, B. N. Jagatap, K. G. Manohar and Pradip N. Ghosh, International Conference on Optics and Optoelectronics, 12 – 15 Dec, 2005, IRDE, Dehradun, India.
21. Observation of electromagnetically induced transparency in Rubidium D2 transitions – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitkiran Pradhan, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, DAE-BRNS National Laser Symposium (NLS-2005) Pg. 634, BARC, Mumbai, India.
22. Veocity selective resonance dips in co propagating pump probe spectroscopy of Rb D2 transitions – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitkiran Pradhan, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Ayan Ray, Biswajit Ray, Nikhilesh Kar and Pradip N. Ghosh DAE-BRNS National Laser Symposium (NLS-2005) Pg. 381, BARC, Mumbai, India.
23. Saturated absorption spectroscopy using co proppagating beams – Shrabana Chakrabarti, Amitkiran Pradhan, Amitava Bandyopadhyay, Ayan Ray, Biswajit Ray and Pradip N. Ghosh, National Symposium on Atomic, Molecular structure, Interactions and Laser Spectroscopy NSAMILS, March 14 -15, 2004, Pg.4, BHU, Varanasi, India.

Current Research Interest:
1. Coherent spectroscopy in room temperature atomic vapour cells : electromagnetically induced transparency and its applications
2. Electromagnetically induced transparency and realization of slow light in cold atoms in a magneto optical trap
3. Coupling cold atoms inside hollow core photonic crystal fiber
4. Econophysics

Prof. (Dr.) Arpita Chattopadhyay

Assistant Professor

PhD

Email:


Research Experience:
Ph.D research : Theoretical Quantum Physics (5 years, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science)
Post Doctoral research : Laser Physics (3 years, Photon Science Institute, The University of Manchester)
Collaborative research activities and funded projects : Applied Nanoscience and Environmental Physics

Ongoing research project :
Development and optimization of the SPR based biosensors to monitor environmental hazards. The outcome is intended to help the environmentalists and lay people alike to use the cost effective technology towards achieving a cleaner and greener Bengal.

Teaching Experience :
Degree College under University of Burdwan : 1 year University of Manchester : 1 year Engineering College : 5 years Sister Nivedita University : 2 years

Selected Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:
1. Laser assisted excitation in electron hydrogen-like ion collisions, A. Chattopadhyay and C Sinha, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 37, 3283 (2004).
2. Ionization of a hydrogenic ion by electron and positron impact in the presence of a laser field, A. Chattopadhyay and C. Sinha, Phys. Rev. A 72, 053406 (2005).
3. Laser assisted single ionization of a hydrogenic ion by electron impact, C. Sinha and A. Chattopadhyay, Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research, Series 7, 256 (2006).
4. Laser assisted excitation (to n = 2 level) of a hydrogenic ion inside a plasma medium, A Chattopadhyay and C. Sinha, Journal of Plasma and Fusion Research, Series 7, 286 (2006).
5. Laser assisted antihydrogen formation, A. Chattopadhyay and C. Sinha, Phys. Rev. A 74, 022501 (2006).
6. The effect of coherent phase control in (e, 2e) process of a hydrogenic ion in presence of a two colour laser field, C. Sinha, A. Chattopadhyay and S. Ghosh Deb, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 194, 112003 (2009).
7. Ionization of a lithium ion by electron impact in a strong laser field, S. Ghosh Deb, A. Chattopadhyay and C. Sinha, Phys. Rev. A 84, 063404 (2011).

Dr.Fatema Khanam

Assistant Professor

PHD, M.PHIL

Email: fatema.k@snuniv.ac.in


Dr. Fatema Khanam completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology from The National Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience (NIMHANS). She also pursued her M.Phil degree in Medical and Social Psychology from Central Institute of Psychiatry (CIP). She is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and she also worked in IIT, Kharagpur and Jadavpur University as a Counsellor. She has several national publications under her cap and 12 years of working experience in the area of mental health. Her areas of interest include mindfulness, psychotherapy research, youth mental health, cognitive behaviour therapy and schema therapy.

Dr. Sudipta Bag

Assistant Professor

PhD in Chemistry

Email: sudipta.b@snuniv.ac.in


Dr. Sudipta Bag

Position :  Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, School of Natural Sciences, Sister Nivedita University Kolkata

  1. Area of Specialization and current research topic :

Broad Area: Biophysical chemistry; Specific Area: Protein chemistry, Amyloid fibrillation

  1. Contact : sudipta.b@snuniv.ac.in

 

  1. Academic Credential

May 2018 – January 2019: Research Associate in Bose Institute, Centenary Campus

2018:  Ph.D. from Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, West Bengal 721302, India.

2012:  M.Sc., Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam, India

2010:  B.Sc. (Chemistry Hons.), Presidency College, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, West   Bengal, India

 

  1. Awards and recognition:

2019 : Selected for CSIR-RA position in Chemical Sciences

2012:    Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in Chemistry

2011:    Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in Chemistry

2011:    CSIR-UGC NET for Junior research fellowship in Chemical sciences

 

  1. List of Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals :
  1. Sett, A., Bag, S., DasGupta, S., Dasgupta S. (2015), Interfacial force-driven pattern formation during drying of Aβ (25-35) fibrils, Int. J. Biol. Macromol.79, 344–352.
  2. Bag, S., Chaudhury, S., Pramanik, D., DasGupta, S, Dasgupta, S. (2016), Hydrophobic tail length plays a pivotal role in amyloid beta (25-35) fibril-surfactant interactions, Proteins 84, 1213–1223.
  3. Bag, S., Sett A., DasGupta, S., Dasgupta S. (2016), Hydropathy: the controlling factor behind the inhibition of Aβ fibrillation by graphene oxide, RSC Adv. 6, 103242–103252.
  4. Chaudhury, S., Bag, S., Bose, M., Das, A. K., Ghosh, A. K., Dasgupta, S. (2016), Protection of human γB-crystallin from UV-induced damage by epigallocatechingallate: spectroscopic and docking studies, Mol. BioSyst.12, 2901–2909.
  5. Ghosh, P., Bag, S., Singha Roy, A., Chaudhury, S., Jana, S. K., Chaudhury, K., Dasgupta S. (2016), Solubility enhancement of morin and epicatechin through encapsulation in an albumin based nanoparticulate system and their anticancer activity against the MDA-MB-468 breast cancer cell line, RSC Adv. 6, 101415–101429.
  6. Bag, S., Mitra, R., DasGupta, S, Dasgupta, S. (2017), Inhibition of human serum albumin fibrillation by two-dimensional nanoparticles, J. Phys. Chem. B 121, 5474–5482.
  7. Konar, M., Bag, S., Roy, P., Dasgupta, S. (2017), Gallic acid induced dose dependent inhibition of lysozyme fibrillation, Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 103, 1224–1231.
  8. Chaudhury, S., Dutta, A., Bag, S., Biswas, P., Das, A. K., Dasgupta, S. (2018), Probing the inhibitory potency of Epigallocatechingallate against human γB-crystallin aggregation: spectroscopic, microscopic and simulation studies, Spectrochim. Acta A 192, 318–327.
  9. Singh, A. K., Burada, P. S., Bhattacharya, S., Bag, S., Bhattacharya, A., Dasgupta, S., Roy, A. (2018), Microwave-radiation-induced molecular structural rearrangement of hen egg-white lysozyme. Phys. Rev. E 97, 052416.
  10. Roy, P., Bag, S., Chakraborty, D., Dasgupta, S. (2018), Exploring the Inhibitory and Antioxidant Effects of Fullerene and Fullerenol on Ribonuclease A, ACS Omega 3, 12270–12283.

 

  1. Selected Conferences/workshops attended/participated:
  1. Presented poster in 253rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition, held in San Francisco, California, USA, April 2-6, 2017(Poster title: Prevention of fibrillation of the amyloid-β (25-35) peptide by graphene oxide)
  2. Presented poster in National Symposium on Contributions of Women in Science in India” (NSCWSI-2018) held in University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India, February 15-16, 2018 (Poster title: Amyloid fibrillation of the Aβ 25-35 peptide is stimulated by Silver Nanoparticles)
  3. 22nd Conference of National Magnetic Resonance Society, organized by IIT Kharagpur, India, February 18-21, 2016
  4. Presented poster in 18th CRSI Symposium in Chemistry held at Punjab University, Chandigarh, India, February 5-7, 2016(Poster title: Studying the effects of small molecules and surfactants on amyloid fibrils in vitro)
  5. Author Workshop on “Scholarly Publishing”, organized by Wiley and Central Library at IIT Kharagpur, India, March 23, 2015
  6. National Symposium on Biophysics & Golden Jubilee Meeting of Indian Biophysical Society at JamiaMilliaIslamia, February 14-17, 2015
  7. Author Workshop jointly organized by Springer and IIT Kharagpur at IIT Kharagpur, India, February 12, 2014
  8. International conference on Chemical Biology: Disease mechanisms and therapeutics (ICCB-2014) at CSIR-IICT, Hyderabad, India, February 6-8, 2014

Dr. RUMA MUKERJEE

GUEST FACULTY

PSYCHOLOGIST

Email: rumamukh6@gmail.com


Area of Research:
Industrial psychology, counselling psychology

Employment / Education / Miscellaneous :
Dr. Ruma Mukherjee has done her Master’s degree in Applied Psychology from Calcutta University. She is a B. Ed. from Calcutta University. She has done her Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology and her special paper in Masters was Industrial and Organisational Psychology. She is a faculty in IISWBM for the Masters of Social Work Course. She is also associated with IGNOU Masters degree course in Psychology. She has 10 years of experience in counselling in NGOs and in special schools.

Research Interests:
Industrial psychology, counselling psychology

DEBANGANA BHATTACHARYA

GUEST FACULTY

PSYCHOLOGIST

Email: debangana.b.90@gmail.com


Area of Research:
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Genetic predisposing, Personality development.

Employment / Education / Miscellaneous : Debangana Bhattacharya is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. She has completed her B.A and M.A in Psychology from Department of Psychology, University of Calcutta with specialisation in Developmental Psychology. She has experience of working under Indian Council of Medical Research. She is associated in teaching psychology for the last 7 years. She has also experience in behaviour modification interventions of children with learning disability and special needs.

Research Interests : Developmental Psychology, Personality Development, Positive Psychology, Research Methodology and Statistics.

PUJA DUTTA

GUEST FACULTY

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

Email: pujadutta8@gmail.com


Area of Research:
Clinicalpsychology, special education

Employment / Education / Miscellaneous :
She has completed her M.Phil. in Clinical Psychology from Amity University Kolkata and M.A. in Applied Psychology with specialization in Clinical and Forensic Psychology from University of Calcutta. B.Ed. in Special Education, Mental Retardation from the National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped. 5 years of experience in the field of Mental Health. Area of Expertise lies in dealing with children and adolescents with developmental and emotional problems .Her specialization also lies in conducting individual and group Play Therapy, Special Education and Early Intervention. She has a deep passion for working in the area of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Research Interests :
Clinical psychology, special education, child psychology

Prof. Hemanta Dey

Assistant Professor, Teacher-in-Charge, Computer Science & Applications

M.C.A., M.Tech(SE)

Email: hemanta.d@snuniv.ac.in


Prof. Rajib Ghosh

Assistant Controller of Examination & Assistant Professor, Computer Science & Applications.

M.Tech

Email:


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Undergraduate Dissertation : Designing an All Optical Magnetometer for Detection of Small Magnetic Fields

·       Title of Project: Designing an All Optical Magnetometer for Detection of Small Magnetic Fields

·     Project Supervisor : Dr. Shrabana Chakrabarti

·                                                   Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, SNU

·       Type of Project: It is an undergraduate project offered to the final year (Semester 6) B.Sc. Physics students for their                                                                 Undergratuate Dissertation work.

·       Project Duration : 3 months

Undergraduate Dissertation: Designing a Quantum Memory Simulator

·       Title of Project: Designing a Quantum Memory Simulator

·     Project Supervisor : Dr. Shrabana Chakrabarti

·                                           Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, SNU

·       Type of Project: It is an undergraduate project offered to the final year (Semester 6) B.Sc. Physics students for their                                                                  Undergratuate Dissertation work.

·       Project Duration : 3 months


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