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Group Members: Dr. Siddappa Patil

 
Postdoctoral Fellow : Dr. Vishal Kandathil
E: [email protected]
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : Development of sustainable nanocatalysts for organic transformations.

 
Ph.D. Scholar : Manjunath K
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : Design and development of nanocatalysts for organic transformations

Manjunath K
 
Postdoctoral Fellow : Dr. Suresh Kumbar
E: [email protected]
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : " Development of novel heterocyclic compounds for medicinal applications."

Suresh Kumbar
 
Ph.D. Scholar : Vishal K
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : "Magnetic nanoparticle supported palladium-based nanocatalyst:efficient and reusable catalysts for Suzuki-Miyaura cross-coupling reactions"

Vishal
 
Graduate Research Student : Subramanya Prasad T. V.
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : N-heterocyclic carbene metal complexes as bioorganometallic drugs


 
Graduate Research Student : MANJUNATH K
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : Schiff base complex of metal ions supported on magnetic nanoparticles: an efficient, selective and recyclable catalyst for cross-coupling reactions


 
Graduate Research Student : TUHIN SUBHRA KOLEY
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : A new magnetically recoverable nanocatalyst for cross-coupling reactions.


 
Graduate Research Student : Aisha Siddiqa
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : Recyclable graphene oxide supported N-heterocyclic carbene palladium catalyst for organic transformations

Aisha Siddiqa
 
Graduate Research Student : Bhakti Kulkarni
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : N-heterocyclic carbene palladium complex immobilized on graphene oxide as an efficient and recyclable catalyst for organic reactions.


 
Ph.D. Scholar : Shahini C R
Research Interest / Thesis Tittle : "Synthesis and structural elucidation of (benz)imidazol-2-ylidene and triazol-5-ylidene complexes of late transition metals for catalytic and biological applications"

Status : Ph.D. degree awarded on 22nd April 2019.


 

 
       
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