NameDr. Sandeep Gupta
Date of Birth07.10.1986,
Present DesignationScientist
DivisionOrganic Building Materials (OBM)
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Educational Attainments

Degree / DiplomaMain SubjectUniversity/Institution with DistinctionCountryYear of Passing
B.Sc (Hons.) ChemistryChemistry Hons.( Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry)Banaras Hindu University, VaranasiIndia2007
M.Sc ChemistryAnalytical Chemistry (Specialization)Banaras Hindu University, VaranasiIndia2009
Ph.D CSIR (UGC NET-JRF)Photochemical Assisted Synthesis of Gold & Silver Nanomaterials for Electrosensing Applications.Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) VaranasiIndia2016


a) Main Area of SpecializationCarbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS), Construction materials, Electroanalytical Chemistry
b) Sub-area of SpecializationNanomaterials, Light weight concrete, Light weight block

Countries visited in connection with higher studies, research training, employment and other scientific assignments:

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Publications and Patents
  • Current Publications:  (10 Nos. SCI Publications)
    1. Sandeep Gupta, Akhilesh K. Singh, Ravish K. Jain, Ramesh Chandra and Rajiv Prakash Phenothiazine-Capped Gold Nanoparticles: Photochemically Assisted Synthesis and Application in Electrosensing of Phosphate Ions (Wiley Publication) doi: 1002/celc.201300212, ChemElectroChem 2014, 1, 793–798.
    2. Sandeep Gupta and Rajiv Prakash “Photochemical Assisted Formation of Silver Nanoparticles by Dithizone and its Application in Amperometric Sensing of Cefotaxime” (RSC Publication) doi:1039/C4TC01090F, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2014, 2, 6859–6866.
    3. Sandeep Gupta and Rajiv Prakash “Photochemical Mediated Synthesis of Gold Colloid by Dithizone and its Application in the Amperometric Sensing of Thiocyanate” (RSC Publication) doi:1039/C5RA15251H, RSC Advances 2015,5, 81660–81667.
    4. Sandeep Gupta and Rajiv Prakash “Photochemical Assisted Formation of Silver Nano Dendrites and their Application in Amperometric Sensing of Nitrite” (RSC Publication) doi: 1039/C3RA45360J, RSC Advances 2014, 4, 7521–7527.
    5. Sandeep Gupta and Rajiv Prakash “Ninety Second Electrosynthesis of Palladium Nanocubes on ITO Surface and its Application in Electro-sensing of Cefotaxime (Wiley Publication) doi:1002/elan.201400200, Electroanalysis 2014, 26, 2337–2341.
    6. Sandeep Gupta and Madhu Tiwari and Rajiv Prakash “Gold Nanoparticles Incorporated 3-(Trimethoxysilyl) propyl Methacrylate Modified Electrode for Non-enzymatic Electro-Sensing of Urea” (American Scientific Publishers) doi:1166/jnn.2013.8631, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2014, 14, 2786–2791.
    7. Sheela Berchmans, Rengasamy Karthikeyan, Sandeep Gupta, Gerrard Eddy Jai Poinern, Touma B. Issa and Pritam Singh “Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Hybrid Films Containing Inorganic Molybdate Anions Trapped in Organic Matrices of Chitosan and Ionic Liquid for the Amperometric Sensing of Phosphate at Neutral pH” (Science Direct)  doi:10.1016/j.snb.2011.09.052, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 2011, 160, 1224–1231.
    8. Kashish, Sandeep Gupta K. Dubey and Rajiv Prakash “Genosensor based on a nanostructured, platinum-modified glassy carbon electrode for Listeria detection” (RSC Publication) doi: 10.1039/C5AY00167F, Analytical Method 2015, 7, 2616–2622.
    9. Madhu Tiwari, Sandeep Gupta and Rajiv Prakash “One Pot Synthesis of Coordination Polymer 2,5-Dimercapto-1,3,4-thiadiazole-Gold and its Application in Voltammetric Sensing of Resorcinol” (RSC Publication) doi:1039/C4RA02983F, RSC Advances 2014, 4, 25675–25682.
    10. Preeti Tiwari, Uday Pratap Azad, Sandeep Gupta, and Rajiv PrakashPd@TTF Tailored Nanostructured Platform: Voltammetric Estimation of Ceftazidime(Wiley Publication) doi: 10.1002/slct.201700700, Chemistry Select 2017, 2, 7432 – 743.
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Awards and Distinctions (including fellowships of the learned societies):.

Name of AwardAwarded byAwarded forYear
GATE ChemistryIIT RoorkeeTo pursue Chemistry R & D Project2009
CSIR UGC NET JRFCSIR UGC New DelhiTo pursue PhD (JRF-SRF) 2011-20162011
INDO US Best Poster AwardBHU Varanasi and INDO US Science & Technology ForumNanomaterials modified electrode for Urea Sensing2013

Professional Experience:

InstituteDesignationJob DescriptionDuration
Integral University, LucknowAssistant ProfessorTeaching (BSc/ MSc/ B.Tech) classes & Research18 July 2016 to 19 Jan 2022
Central Salt and Marine Chemical Research Institute (CSIR), Bhavnagar GujaratJunior Research Fellow (Project)Electrochemical Sensors (for Lead) Based upon Stripping Voltammetry.06 Dec 2010 to 10 July 2011.
National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR), Pune, MaharashtraProject Assistant(II) TemporaryAnodisation of Aluminium (Porous Alumina Template)14 July 2010 to 6 Oct 2010.
Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CSIR), Karaikudi TamilnaduProject Assistant(II) TemporaryElectrocatalysis (Modified Electrode for NADH Oxidation Studies )3 Nov 2009 to 2 July 2010.

I am very creative person and often think in a contemplative way about various issues of practical importance. My learning attitude makes me a quality researcher as well as a dynamic teacher. My research interest basically includes the Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS), construction materials, light weight concrete/ block, nanomateials, electroanalytical chemistry electrochemical storage system, nanomaterials modified electrode, electrosensors etc.  Basically, we would like to come out with some product which has social impact on common people with regards to buildings materials. I always try to give best possible contribution to institution for bringing this institute at ladder less limit of excellence with the help of my chemistry in the umbrella of Civil & Structural Engineering for potentials applications in buildings.  Interested candidates are motivated to approach us with their own JRF/SRF fellowships for research and internships.

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