Research Prof & Head
Research Area: Multidisciplinary sensors development & Point-of-care
Phone: 020 66936960
Atul Kulkarni is currently associated with Symbiosis Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (SCNN) of the Symbiosis International (Deemed University), India, in the capacity of Research Professor and Director.
He was in Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), Department of Mechanical Engineering; South Korea under the Brain Korea Plus (BK21+) and brain Pool fellowships. He received his MS (1995) from Department of Instrumentation Science, University of Pune and Ph. D. from the Department of Physics, University of Pune in 2005, India, in 2005. During and prior to his Ph.D, he worked in Indian industries for more than 17 years (from 1989 to 2005) in various disciplines.
In Dec. 2006, he was offered a postdoctoral fellowship at SKKU, South Korea. Since then, he is actively involved in multidisciplinary sensor development. He has published over 85 research papers in international journals and has 10 patents (Korean, US and PCT) to his credit.
Assistant Professor (SIU-SCNN)
Research Area: Colloidal QDs/NCs Synthesis & Electrochemical Investigation for Energy, Healthcare and Environmental Applications
Dr. Yogesh Jadhav is currently affiliated with Symbiosis Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (SCNN) of the Symbiosis International University (SIU), Deemed University, Pune, India, as Assistant Professor (2022). Prior to this, he was Savitribai Phule Postdoctoral Fellow (SPPU PDF) at School of Energy Studies, Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune (2020). He has obtained his MS degree in Nanotechnology with 1st Rank (2012). He was awarded with prestigious DST INSPIRE Fellowship (2013) for Pursuing his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry (2018) from Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune. He has also worked as Scientist C and assistant professor at National Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Mumbai University, Mumbai (2019).
His research is focused on Semiconductor Nanocrystals/Quantum dot Synthesis, thin-film deposition, Electrochemistry for energy harvesting, storage devices like Solar cells, Batteries and Supercapacitors. Also, biocompatible functional nanostructures for biomedical applications like Bio and electrochemical sensors, Water contamination/remediation and early-stage Point-of-care diagnostic devices. He has published more than 30 research papers in international peer review journals, 1 patent (Indian) and two book chapters (Elsevier) to his credit.
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Symbiosis International (Deemed) University
Dr. Sajal Shrivastava obtained his B.Sc. degree in biology and M.Sc. degree in biochemistry in 2004 and 2009, respectively from Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, India. He received his Ph.D. degree in 2014 from SASTRA University, India. He was awarded a prestigious INSPIRE fellowship from the Govt. of India to pursue research leading to Ph.D. Later, he joined Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea as a postdoctoral fellow and was subsequently appointed as Research Professor in 2019. During his tenure as a Research Professor, he also received Korea Research Fellowship (KRF) from the National Research Foundation of Korea designed to help outstanding foreign researchers.
Dr. Sajal investigates quantitative and qualitative data to develop fully integrated rapid systems for point-of-care applications (POCTs), disease modeling, and high throughput drug screening (HTS) that influence diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Sajal involves in multidisciplinary research to address multifaceted areas of biosensing technologies and the organ-on-a-chip platforms mimicking complex human physiology. His current research on biosensors entails an in-depth analysis of sensing mechanisms, explores obstacles, and enables the development of rapid, sensitive, and highly accurate optical biosensors to quantitatively detect a variety of biomolecules and multiple drug resistant (MDR) pathogens from complex or minimally processed sample matrices. He is also interested in the development of organ-on-a-chip (OOC) platforms to mimic human physiological processes that enable the modeling of various human diseases and contribute to our understanding of disease progression.
He collaborates with a diverse group of researchers from academia and industry across the world to conduct interdisciplinary research. In collaborative research, he specializes in the integration of optical biosensing technologies for various POCTs and HTS applications. Moreover, Dr. Sajal has published several high-impact peer-reviewed original research as well as review articles. He has also been granted patents for his novel biosensing technologies. Furthermore, as a Principal Investigator (PI), he has been awarded various extramural research grants from funding agencies to develop novel biosensors and heart-on-a-chip platforms.
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