Departments and research areas

Research Areas

Basic and Applied Science Institute

1. Nanoscience
  • Graphene/-based materials for flexible and wearable electronics (Flexible energy harvesting devices: piezoelectric Nano generator-Nano biosensors- Mechanical sensors- Gas sensors- capacitive touch sensors, Temperature sensors-IR detection sensors).
  • Mesoporous materials and their application in sensors, catalysis, adsorbents and drug delivery, etc.
  • Bulk and thin film materials for energy storage (supercapacitors, Batteries),

Energy generation (H2 generation) and conversion (thermoelectric devices)

  • Nanostructured conducting polymers and their application in sensors, Catalysis, photocatalysis, nanocoating, drug delivery, super adsorbents, etc.
  • Carbon-based nanostructures for optical, industrial, and medical application.
  • Solar energy conversion into chemical energy (solar cells, solar fuels, etc).
  • Nanostructured coating for corrosion protection and thermal management.
2. Applied and Computational Mathematics
  • Computational methods for ordinary, fractional and partial differential equations.
  • Stochastic modelling.
  • Dynamical systems.
  • Quantum computing.
  • Fractional Calculus and applications.
  • Applications of numerical methods to science and engineering.
3. Energy Materials
  • Quantum nanostructures for optoelectronics, Thermoelectricity and Energy application.
  • Quantum Dots for solar cells, photoenergy & Medical Therapy.
  • Characterization for novel semiconductors materials in space missions.
  • Impact of radiation in space environment.
4. Biotechnology
  • Medical / Pharmaceutical Biotechnology: diagnostics; therapeutics.
  • Microbiological Biotechnology: Host – pathogen interface, bio-active products
  • Agricultural Biotechnology: Microbiology, pest / disease control; GMO`s.
  • Medicinal Chemistry: Drug Design, development and delivery.
  • Active pharmaceutical ingredients: synthesis, formulation and scale up.