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Invited Talks and Awards : Dr. Madhuprasad

Invited Talks

  • Delivered an invited talk at Faculty Development Program (FDP) on the topic "Biomaterials in Healthcare and Engineering" at B M S College of Engineering.

Conferences

  • Kanalli V. Ajeya, Madhuprasad and Mahaveer Kurkuri, Colorimetric detection of fluoride using simple naphthalene based receptor. Poster  presented at “National conference on Recent advances in Science and Technology (RAST) 2017” March 25, 2017, Jain University, Bengaluru
  • Raveendra M. Hegde, Sachin M Shet, Madhuprasad, and Mahaveer Kurkuri, A novel receptor for the concentration dependent colorimetric detection of fluoride. Poster presented at “International conference on green chemistry & nanotechnology opportunities and challenges – 2017 (GCNOC-2017)” February 27-28, 2017, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangalore.
  • Kanalli V. Ajeya, Madhuprasad, and Mahaveer Kurkuri, Colorimetric detection of fluoride using simple naphthalene based organic receptor. Poster presented at “International conference on green chemistry & nanotechnology opportunities and challenges – 2017 (GCNOC-2017)” February 27-28, 2017, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangalore.
  • Manasa G. Gatti, Madhuprasad, and Mahaveer Kurkuri, A novel selective receptor for colorimetric detection of the Ni2+ ion. Poster presented at “International conference on green chemistry & nanotechnology opportunities and challenges – 2017 (GCNOC-2017)” February 27-28, 2017, St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangalore.
  • Mahesh P. Bhat, Pravin Patil, Madhuprasad and Mahaveer Kurkuri Hydroxyl functionalized colorimetric receptor for the detection of fluoride. Poster presented at “New trends in applied chemistry (NTAC-2017)” February 09-11, 2017, Sacred Heart College, Kochi.
  • Pravin Patil, Mahesh P. Bhat, Madhuprasad and Mahaveer Kurkuri Chemodosimeter functionalized diatomaceous earth particles for visual detection and removal of trace mercury ions from water. Poster presented at “New trends in applied chemistry (NTAC-2017)” February 09-11, 2017, Sacred Heart College, Kochi.
  • Raveendra M. Hegde, Kanalli V. Ajeya, Manasa G. Gatti, Mahesh P. Bhat, Pravin Patil, Sachin M Shet, Arjun A G, Champa B R, Madhuprasad and Mahaveer Kurkuri, Diazo based receptor for selective detection of fluoride. Poster presented at “National conference on Recent advances in materials science & its applications (RAMSA)” September 24, 2016, Jain University, Bengaluru
  • Mahesh P. Bhat, Madhuprasad, Pravin Patil, and Mahaveer Kurkuri, Turmeric, naturally available colorimetric receptor for quantitative detection of fluoride and iron. Oral presentation at “International congress on recent advances in chemistry and chemical engineering-2016” July 11-13 2016, JNTU, Hyderabad.
  • Pravin Patil, Madhuprasad, Manasa G, K.V. Ajeya, Ravindra Hegde, Mahesh P. Bhat, and Mahaveer Kurkuri, Rhodamine derivative for the naked eye detection of Hg2+ ions in water. Oral presentation at “International congress on recent advances in chemistry and chemical engineering-2016” July 11-13 2016, JNTU, Hyderabad.
  • Madhuprasad and Darshak R. Trivedi. Colorimetric receptor for the detection of F¯ Ions and its solvatochromic effect. Paper presented at “New age science and technology for sustainable development & 3rd Annual conference of Indian JSPS alumni association” August 06-07, 2012, NEERI, Nagpur.
  • Madhuprasad and Darshak R. Trivedi. Simple amides as a colorimetric sensor for rapid detection of fluoride ion. Paper presented at “International conference on futuristic science and technology in frontier areas & 2nd Annual conference of Indian JSPS alumni association” August 05-06, 2011, Tiruvanantapuram.

Awards

JGI Award for contribution towards research publication during Dec 2015-Nov 2016 (5 publications)

 
 

 
       
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