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Last Updated: March 16, 2014
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Karuna Kar Nanda
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E-mail: nanda@mrc.iisc.ernet.in

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Brief Biodata:

Dr. Nanda obtained his Ph. D.. from IOP, Bubhaneshwar. Following a short stint as a research associate at IOP he held post-doctoral positions at the Gerhard-Mercator University, Duisburg, Germany and The Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland. He has been a faculty member of MRC since 2005.

Research:
  • Synthesis of nanoparticles, nanowires and carbon nanotubes
  • Electrical, optical and thermodynamic properties of different nanostructures
  • Field emission and gas sensing behavior of different nanostructures
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Publications:
  1. H. K. Sadhanala, J. Khatei and K. K. Nanda, Highly reproducible of carbon nanoparticles as white light phosphors and metal-free catalysts for the reduction of nitrophenol, RSC Adv., 11481-11485 , 4.(2014)
  2. S. L. Shinde and K. K. Nanda, Wide range temperature sensing using highly sensitive green-Luminescent ZnO and PMMA-ZnO film as non-contact optical probe, Angew. Chem., 11325-11328
  3. B. K. Barman and K. K. Nanda, The dual role of Zn/acid medium for one-step rapid synthesis of M@rGO (M= Au, Pt, Pd & Ag) hybrid nanostructures at room temperature, Chem. Comm., 8949, 4(2013).
  4. L. T. Singh, R. P. Sugavaneswar and K. K. Nanda, Carbon nanotube-ZnO nanowire hybrid architectures as multifunctional devices, AIP Advances AIP Adv., 082106, 4(2013)
  5. A. Deka and K. K. Nanda, A comparison of ZnO films deposited on indium tin oxide and soda lime glass under identical conditions, AIP Adv., 062104, 3 (2013)
  6. Jaikrishna Khatei and K. K. Nanda, Various quantum mechanical concepts for confinement in semiconductor nanocrystals, Resonance 18(8)771, (2013)
  7. S. Pandey, G. K. Goswami and K. K. Nanda, Nanocomposite based flexible ultrasensitive resistive gas sensor for chemical reaction studies, Sci. Rep. 2082, 3(2013)
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