Madhuri Mandal
    Visiting Faculty Fellow
   








   madhuri@bose.res.in
   www.bose.res.in
   Telephone +91-33-2335 5706/07/08 extn 234
 

Educational Background:

  • Ph. D (Chemistry) – IIT, Kharagpur, awarded in 2005
  • Professional Background:

  • 2010 to Present: Visiting Faculty Fellow, SNBNCBS, Kolkata
  • 2007-2010: Post Doctoral Fellow, SNBNCBS, Kolkata
  • 2006-2007: Post Doctoral Fellow, SINP, Kolkata
  • 2004 - 2006: Post doctoral Fellow, University of Alabam, USA
  • Important awards and fellowship of academies:

  • Recipient of ‘Prof. A. K. Dey award’ from the ‘Indian Chemical Society’
  • Main area of work

  • My study mainly focuses on the synthesis, characterization and various applications of metallic and magnetic nanoparticles including hyperthermia therapy and cell culture. I have Synthesized different kind of nanomaterials like CoPt, FePt, cobalt ferrite, nickel ferrite, Fe2O3, Fe3O4, ZnO, iron core gold shell, Nickel, gold, silver conducting polymer etc. Recently I am concentrating on ‘Synthesis of DNA and micelles templated magnetic nanoparticles and their necessary surface functionalization for biomedical application’ funded by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), New Delhi. Particles I have prepared have potentiality in technological and biological applications in the manufacturing of data storage device, in Hyperthermia therapy for cancer treatment, in biosensor fabrication etc. I am trying to fabricate one instrument which will be useful for hyperthermia therapy applying those nanoparticles.
  • Instrumental Laboratory Experiences

  • TEM (Transmission electron microscopy), FESEM (Field Emission Scanning Electron microscopy, UV-visible spectrophotometer, IR (Infra-red), NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance), EDX (electron dispersive X-ray), XPS (X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy), XRD (X-ray diffraction), Dynamic light scattering (DLS), AFM (Atomic force microscopy) CD (Circular Dichroism) etc. For the study of magnetic properties: SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device), VSM (Vibrating sample magnetometer), AGM (Alternate Gradient Magnetometer).
  • Significant publications:

    • Debasish Sarkar, Madhuri Mandal, Rajashree Das, Kalyan Mandal, ‘Fabrication of biologically functionalized electrically conducting and aligned magnetic nanoparticles’ IEEE Transactions on magnetics, Vol. 47, OCTOBER 2011 (proof)
    • Debasish Sarkar, Kalyan Mandal, Madhuri Mandal ‘Synthesis of chainlike a-Fe2O3 nanoparticles in DNA template and their characterization’ Nanoscience and nanotechnology letters, 3 (2011) 1-5.
    • M. Mandal, D. Pal, A. Chaudhuri, B. Das, D. Sarker, K. Mandal ‘Micelles induced high coercivity in single domain cobalt-ferrite nanoparticles’ J. Appl. Phys. 108, 124317 (2010)
    • M. Mandal, K. Mandal ‘Synthesis of DNA templated trifunctional electrically conducting, optical, and magnetic nanochain of Nicore–Aushell for biodevice, J. Of Applied Physics Vol. 106, 2009, 026101.
    • M. Mandal, B. Das and K. Mandal ‘Synthesis of CoxPt1-x alloy nanoparticles of different phase by micellar technique and their properties study’ Published in J. Colloid Int. Science Volume 335, 2009, 40-43.
    • M. Mandal, K. Mandal ‘Synthesis of snowball flower like Ni nanoparticles in negatively charged micelles’ Chemistry Letters, Vol. 38, 2009, 768-769.
    • S. Banerjee, M. Mandal, N. Gayathri, and M. Sardar, ‘Enhancement of ferromagnetism upon thermal annealing in pure ZnO’ Appl. Phys. Lett. 91, 182501 (2007)
    • K. Mallik, M. Mandal, N. Pradhan, T. Pal, ‘Seed mediated formation of bimetallic nanoparticles by UV irradiation: a photochemical approach for the preparation of "core-shell" type structures’ Nano Letters, 1, 2001, 319.
     
     
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