Department of Chemistry was established as a part of SJCE in 1963 and it has got excellent qualified faculties offering Engineering Chemistry for Bachelor of Engineering for all branches and Masters of Science (M.Sc.,) and Doctoral Programmes (Ph.D.,) in the area of Chemistry. M.Sc., Chemistry program has four core modules namely Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. The department apart from its main task of involving itself in academic teaching and research, has strong interaction with industry and has established a mutually beneficial relationship with the nearby institutions. The state of the art infrastructural facilities, faculties and expertise has been the hallmark of the department. M.Sc., Chemistry course is an academic, industry and research oriented programme. A good number of industries have been associated with M.Sc., Chemistry course. Regular teaching and research laboratories are well equipped with sophisticated instruments to meet the needs of the students. Department has achieved remarkable progress in terms of research output. The department at present has 18 researchers registered for PhD programme and 9 awarded. The main areas of ongoing research are synthetic organic chemistry, computational chemistry, synthetic organometallic chemistry, green chemistry, nano chemistry, biosensors, photocatalysis, polymer chemistry, electrochemistry and coordination chemistry. Every year the department organizes seminars, workshops and conferences to provide a platform for scientists and industrialists to discuss mutual benefits.
The department has sponsored research projects through various funding agencies:
- University Grants Commission (UGC)
- Department of Atomic Energy-Board of Research in Nuclear Science (DAE-BRNS)
- Vision Group of Science and Technology (VGST).
Message from HOD
Welcome to the Department of Chemistry at JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru. We started our journey in the year of 1963 and over the last six decades, we have grown our expertise and competence in the chemistry curriculum and research.
Along with the B E Chemistry, we have a strong postgraduate program. We offer M.Sc. Chemistry and PhD degrees. Several sponsored candidates from industries carry out their Ph. D in our department.
Our department has a long history of excellence in teaching and research. Faculty members are well renowned and have outstanding academic qualifications. Our department has active research groups that work together to conduct collaborative and interdisciplinary studies. To support our academic programs and research, we have cutting-edge research facilities. Research funding assists us in maintaining and modernizing our research infrastructure. Several faculty members work on national and international journal editorial boards, regularly review technical articles for journals, and conduct international symposia and conferences.
Our goal is to create an environment in which everyone who works here may thrive, reach their full potential, and produce the finest science possible. These objectives can only be met if we treat one another with attention and respect, which is something I expect from all department members. I hope you have a good time with us and find it to be a fulfilling experience.
Dr. P Mallu
Dean Science, Professor & Head
Department of Chemistry
JSS Science & Technology University,Mysuru
Mob No. 9480057349.
B.E Engineering Chemistry
The Chemistry department is dedicated
- Providing superior undergraduate and professional education to its students.
- Developing and advancing the talents of students to create applicable knowledge.
- Nurturing translational and transformational research that benefit the society.
- Inspiring to excel in applied sciences delivery and care.
- To prepare students for a diverse and changing world.
The Department of Chemistry endeavors to be a nationally-recognized model for educating and graduating students prepared to compete in and contribute to the ever-changing, technology-centered world of the 21st century. To achieve this vision, the department is committed to provide a course of study for postgraduates in the chemical sciences which combines curriculum, scholarship and service/engagement opportunities that are of high-quality, innovative and intellectually challenging and employ state-of-the-art technologies.
B.E Engineering Chemistry
- To encourage the advancement of science particularly chemistry in all of its branches through its education, research, and service missions.
- To awaken the young minds and discover their talents both in theory and in practical chemistry, through dedication to teaching, commitment to students and innovative instructional methods.
- Teach students the value of inter-disciplinary thinking by providing them with educational and research opportunities between chemistry and other fields of study.
- Promote innovative curriculum development while exposing students to advanced instrumentation and technology.
- Foster multi-disciplinary curriculum development to provide students with a breadth of course options in Forensic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Natural Product Chemistry, Environmental Science, Polymer Science and Chemical Education.
- Serve as good role models to students for safe and ethical professional behavior.
- Encourage students to value diversity and to develop a global perspective through international experiences in chemistry.
- MOU is signed with Anthem Biosciences Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru.
- 75% of the faculty members have Doctoral degrees and others are pursuing Ph.D.
- Department has conducted several National and International conferences, workshops and seminars in association with IISC, Bengaluru and industries.
- Computational Chemistry
- Organic Synthesis
- Electrochemical sensors
- Polymer films
- Coordination Chemistry
- To start B.Sc. Honors
- To start M.Sc. in Analytical Chemistry
To propose and set up the center for excellence which includes instrumentation facilities at one place.
|#||Program Educational Objectives:-The Graduates will be able to:|
|PEO – 1||To provide students with strong fundamentals of chemistry for a successful career in academia and industry.|
|PEO – 2||To enable students for higher education and innovative research to solve multidisciplinary issues.|
|PEO – 3||To equip students with innovative skills and moral values for being responsible individual.|
|#||Program Specific Outcomes :-The Graduates will be able to:|
|PSO-1||The students gain the knowledge and understanding of the materials from the chemistry perspective.|
|PSO-2||Students are able to utilize the knowledge of chemistry in synthesis, characterization and testing of materials and applying principles of chemistry to resolve contemporary societal and industrial issues.|
|PSO-3||Students will be capable of taking research/ higher education in premier institutes and employment in academia, research organizations and industries viz. chemical, pharmaceuticals, rubbers, plastics, paints, etc.|
|#||Program Outcomes :-The Graduates will be able to:|
|PO-1||Develop the knowledge of fundamental and advanced aspects of chemistry|
|PO-2||Understanding and analysis of the mechanism underlying chemical reactions|
|PO-3||Understanding and design experimental methods and routes for the synthesis of materials|
|PO-4||Develop and understand the methods and tools for the characterization of materials|
|PO-5||Establish the understanding of structure-property relations of materials|
|PO-6||Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to arrive at valid conclusions.|
|PO-7||Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex chemistry problems using first principles of natural sciences|
|PO-8||Understand the impact of the innovations of chemistry and chemical products on societal and environmental contexts|
|PO-9||Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.|
|PO-10||Communicate effectively in chemistry forums, and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.|
|PO-11||Demonstrate knowledge and understand to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.|
|PO-12||Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the laboratory practices.|
The department Academic advisory committee comprises HOD, senior faculty, external academicians, members from industry, alumni members and student members. The committee will review the academic quality and suggest improvements in the related areas.
|#||NAME WITH DESIGNATION NAME WITH DESIGNATION||CATEGORY|
|1||Dr.P Mallu, Dean Science, Prof & HOD||Internal Academician Chairman|
|2||Dr. N Kumara Swamy, Associate Professor||Internal Academician Convener|
|3||Dr. L Mallesha, Professor & HOD, PG Department of Chemistry, JSS College of Arts, commerce and science, Ooty Road, Mysuru.||External Academician|
|4||Dr. Shankara H N, Chromatogen Analytical Solutions Darshini N, 31, JCK Industrial Park, Mysuru, Karnataka 570016.||Industry|
|5||Ms.Bindu S, Senior Teaching fellow, JSSSTU, Mysuru.||Alumni|
|6||All the faculty members||Internal Academician Member|
Program Assessment Committee – PAC is constituted to assess the academic process of the program.
The following are the roles of the Program Assessment Committee:
- Assist in framing Course Outcomes and mapping COs to POs / PSOs.
- Contribute in the Teaching Learning Process of the program.
- Suggest additional assessment techniques other than CIE.
- Verify the course and program attainment process.
- Verify the action plans and their attainment in each course.
Program Assessment Committee:
- Dr. P Mallu
- Dr. Muneera Begum
- Dr. Bindya S
- Dr. N Kumara Swamy
- Dr. Nagashree S
- Dr. C S Karthik
- Dr. Madhukar B S
- Dr. Sandeep S
- Dr. Nagendraprasad H S
Quality Monitoring and Administration Committee (QMAC):
- Dr. N Kumara Swamy
- Dr. Madhukar B S
Teaching and Learning Committee (TLC):
- Dr. N Kumara Swamy
- Dr. Nagendraprasad H S
Academic Committee (AC):
- Dr. Nagashree S
- Dr. Sandeep S
Department Support Activities Committee (DSAC):
- Dr. Muneera Begum
- Dr. C S Karthik
Research & Development Committee (RDC):
- Dr. Nagashree S
- Dr. Sandeep S
Laboratory Development Committee (LDC):
- Dr. Muneera Begum
- Dr. Nagendraprasad H S
Time table committee (TTC):
- Dr. Bindya S
- Dr. C S Karthik
- Dr. Bindya S
- Dr. Madhukar B S
|Sl. No||Name of the Faculty||Designation||Name of the student
|Name of the student Batch-(2021-23)
|1||Dr. P Mallu||Professor & Head||Manasa H M||Abhinav K R|
|Rajeshraj B||Karthik V|
|2||Dr. Muneera Begum||Professor||Swarna P||Asha|
|Anusha N H||Kavya S|
|3||Dr. Bindya S||Assistant Professor||Rajeshwari K M||Anusha D E|
|Suhasini M R||Keerthan N|
|Nayana Nayaka C||N D Jyothilakshmi|
|Swathi K R|
|4||Dr N Kumara Swamy||Associate Professor||Varshini||Anusha M M|
|Bhuvan Lokesh M||Keerthiraj A T|
|Sandhya H N||Nikhil J Lakkad|
|Thejas H T|
|5||Dr. Nagashree S||Assistant Professor||Kavya B||Arjun Krishna|
|Priya M V||Krithi B R|
|Navya B S||Ningaraju G N|
|Sinchana R||Tippeswamy B A|
|6||Dr. C S Karthik||Assistant Professor||Punith M S||Bharath Kumar S P|
|Varsha Raj||Madhushree S|
|CV Prajna||Puneeth N|
|Nirajan Murthy||Veda B P|
|7||Dr. B S Madhukar||Assistant Professor||Chaithanya S||Deviprasad M J|
|Shreya S||Mahadevaswamy B P|
|Meghana M||Rakshitha K D|
|Thejaswini K N||Yashaswini V L|
|8||Dr. Sandeep S||Assistant Professor||Gagan Kumar||Hemanth B S|
|Sharanagouda||Manaswini K H|
|Sahana KM||Revathi P M|
|Pavana H L|
|9||Dr. Nagendra Prasad H S||Assistant Professor||Sindhu H S||Karthik Dev P|
|Vidya MV||Manoj B S|
|Navyatha Prasanth Gaonkar||Shambhu B S|
Details of Lab facilities
|Name of the Laboratory||Name of the Important Equipment|
|Engineering Chemistry Lab||Double distilled water plant Bhanu make, pH meter, Conductivity meter, Potentiometer, Colorimeter.|
|M.Sc Chemistry Lab||Thermostat, Polarimeter, ABBE Refractometer, pH meter, Conductivity meter, Potentiometer, Hot air oven,|
|Research Lab||Magnetic stirrer, Rotavapor with pump, BOD Incubator, Ultra Sonocation bath, Muffle Furnace, Electrochemical Workstation, Electrophoresis Unit.|
|VGST Lab||UV Spectrophotometer with accessories, Microwave synthesizer.|
Department has spacious classrooms with adequate seating capacity. Each classroom is provided with a Computer system, LCD Projector with a screen facility for Audio/ Visual purposes. In addition, Green glass boards and Podium are provided in each classroom.
|Dr. P .Mallu||Ph. D||Professor & Headfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. N Kumara Swamy||Ph. D||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. S.Bindya||Ph. D||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. S Nagashree||Ph. D||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. C S Karthik||Ph. D||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. B S Madhukar||Ph. D||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Dr. Sandeep S||Ph. D||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dr. Nagendra Prasad H S||Ph. D||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|Deepika P||M.Sc. (Ph.D)||Senior Teaching Fellowfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vedavathi H S||M.Sc. (Ph.D)||Senior Teaching Fellowemail@example.com|
|1||SHANTHA MALLIKARJUN. M||B.Sc||INSTRUCTORfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|1.||MUTTURAJU N .S||7TH||LAB HELPERemail@example.com|
|2.||NIKHIL .S||JOC||LAB HELPERfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3.||BHARATH KUMAR H L||ITI||LAB HELPERemail@example.com|
Engineering Chemistry Syllabus 21-22
Syllabus and Scheme of Examination M.Sc Chemistry 2021-22
Academic Year 2020-21
|Name of the FDP/Conference/Workshop Organized||
|1||Special Lecture on Laboratory Safety and Safe Handling of Glassware and Chemicals||11th February 2020.|
|2||Two days Virtual International Conference on Advanced Materials||06.07.2021 to 07.07.2021|
|Sl.No||Research Guide||Area of Specialization|
|1.||Dr. Muneera Begum||synthesis of metal complexes, green synthesis-nanomaterials, Bioinorganic complexes, Medicinal chemistry.|
|2.||Dr.P Mallu||Polymer, medicinal chemistry, nanomaterials, polymer nanocomposites, identification of bioactive compounds.|
|3.||Dr. Bindya S||Synthetic Chemistry, NanoChemistry, BioPolymer-Nano composites.|
|4.||Dr. N Kumara Swamy||Nanomaterials, Sensors, Photocatalysis and Corrosion coatings|
|5.||Dr. Nagashree S||Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Biopolymers, analytical chemistry|
|6.||Dr. C S Karthik||medicinal chemistry, computational chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, structural chemistry|
|7.||Dr. B S Madhukar||Inorganic Chemistry, polymer green composites, polymer nanocomposites, nanotechnology, nano-photonics, photovoltaics, perovskites.|
|8.||Dr. Sandeep S||Electrochemical sensors, Nanomaterials, Degradation of organic pollutants.|
|9.||Dr. Nagendraprasad H S||Organic Chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Computational chemistry, Bio-inorganic chemistry|
|Research Topic||Registration Year||Status|
|1.||Dr. Muneera Begum||Mrs. Deepika P||Synthesis of biologically active Schiff base ligands and their metal complexes.||2019||Work under progress|
|Mrs. SapnaUnni||synthesis and characterization of derivatives of Heterocyclic compounds and their biological activities.||2019||Work under progress|
|2||Dr. P Mallu||Shruthi||Metal oxide decorated polymer nanocomposites for optical and electrical applications.||2017||Work under progress|
|Mr. Prasad B R||New Approach to synthesize pyrazole derivatives for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) bacterial applications.||2019||Work under progress|
|Ms. Chethana M H||Design and synthesis of phenolic based metal complexes and their biomolecular interaction studies.||2020||Work under progress|
|Mr. Ravikrishna Kalthod||–||2021||Registered|
|Mr.Sampath Kumar R||–||2021||Registered|
|3||Dr. N Kumara Swamy||Kavya R||–||2021||Registered|
|4.||Dr. Nagashree S||Ms. Bindhu S||Synthesis and characterization of PLA blended with nanoparticles: Optical and Electrical studies||2020||Work under progress|
|Gaikwad Rajendra Machindra||–||2021||Registered|
|5.||Dr. C S Karthik||Atul Kasturchand Godha||–||2021||Registered|
|Charan Kumar G||–||2021||Registered|
|6.||Dr. Madhukar B S||Anupama B H||Performance of nano-metal oxide on modified opto-electrical and electrochemical behaviour of bio-gelatin with its blend nano composites||2017||Work under progress|
|7.||Dr. Sandeep S||Mr. Siddaraju||Synthesis of nano materials and its application towards the degradation of organic pollutants||2020||Work under progress|
|1||Dr. Nanjundaswamy S.||Male||Dr. P. Mallu||JSSSTU|
The department has signed MoU’s with the following organizations
- Anthem Biosciences Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru on 19th July 2021.
|#||Project Title||Principal Investigator||Duration||Funding Agency||Amount||Date of Sanction|
|1.||Synthesis, characterization and biological activity of some organic compounds||Dr. P Mallu||2013-2017||UGC, New Delhi||8,28,000.00||25.03.2013|
|2.||Fabrication of polyphenol oxidase based biosensor and its performance evaluation of analysis for polyphenols||Dr. N. Kumara Swamy||2014-2017||DAE-BRNS||26,07,000.00||03.12.2013|
|Revenue generated from consultancy during the last five years|
|Name of the teacher consultant||Name of consultancy project||Consulting/Sponsoring agency with contact details||Year||Revenue generated (INR in Lakhs)|
May 2020-December 2021
|Department of Chemistry||Hand Sanitizer Preparation and Distribution||JSS Institutions||2020-2021||13,01,334.00|
|No of students||29||29||15|
|No of students placed||11||8||10|
- Visit to the Exhibition of Food Technologies and Life Support Systems for Armed Forces on 14th December 2021.
Launching of Hand Sanitizer
JSS Science and Technology University prepares their own hand sanitizer at low cost in their research lab of the Department of Chemistry. The team lead by Prof. P. Mallu, have prepared alcohol-based sanitizer with natural extract to impart fragrance according to the standards and guidelines prescribed by WHO. The sanitizer is supplied to all the JSS institutions.
The hand sanitizer was launched at JSSMVP on 15/05/2020 by Sri. S. P. Manjunath, Secretary-1, JSSMVP, and Dr. C. G. Betsurmath, Executive Secretary, in the presence of Dr. K. S. Lokesh, Registrar, JSSSTU, Dr. T. N. Nagabhushan, Principal and Dean Engineering, SJCE, JSSSTU, Sri. Niranjanmurthy, Assistant Director, Collegiate Education, JSSMVP, Sri. Seshagiri Rao, Director, general education, JSSMVP, Prof. P. Mallu, and team Department of Chemistry, JSSSTU, Mysuru.
Events conducted by the department
|#||EVENT NAME||RESOURCE PERSON||DATE|
|1||Webinar Series on Chemistry Topics||Dr Nethaji M, Professor and senior scientist, Department of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru.
Dr B. K. Kendagannaswamy, Professor & HOD,Department of Chemistry, JSS College of Science, arts and Commerce, Nanjungud.
Dr Nithin K S, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru.
Dr John Prakash, Assistant professor, Department of Chemistry, Central University of Tamil Nadu, Tiruvarur, Tamil Nadu.
|4.03.2021 to 20.03.2021|
NATIONAL LEVEL SCI-TECH FEST-3.0Department activities-from Jan 2023- April 23 (1)
Papers published in last Five years:
|International Journals||International Conferences|
|1||Shankar A. Itagi., Jamballi G. G. Manjunatha., Madikeri M. Charitha., Puttaswamappa Mallu., Shadakshari Sandeep., Chimatahalli S. Karthik., Girish Tigari and Donnankatte N. Varun., (2021). Fast and Facile Voltammetric Detection of AcetaAcetaminophen at Poly (DLphenylalanine) Modified Dysprosium-Copper Oxide Nanoparticle/Carbon Composite Paste Electrode. The Open Chemical Engineering Journal, 15, 31-40. DOI: 10.2174/1874123102115010031. (I.F – 1.58). ISSN: 1874-1231.|
|2||Sanjay, B. P., Sandeep, S., Santhosh, A. S., Karthik, C. S., Varun, D. N., Kumara Swamy, N., Mallu, P., Nithin, K. S., Ramalingam, R. J. & Muthuswamy, K., (2021). Unprecedented 2D GNR-CoB nanocomposite for detection and degradation of malachite green–A computational prediction of degradation pathway and toxicity. Chemosphere, 132153. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2021.132153. (I.F – 7.086) ISSN: 0045-6535.|
|3||D. N. Varun., J. G. Manjunatha., N. Hareesha., S. Sandeep., P. Mallu., C. S. Karthik., N. S. Prinith.,N. Sreeharsha., S. M. Basheeruddin Asdaq., 2021. Simple and sensitive electrochemical analysis of riboflavin at functionalized carbon nanofiber modified carbon nanotube sensor. Monatshefte für Chemie – Chemical Monthly, DOI: 10.1007/s00706-021-02839-y, IF: 1.451, ISSN: 0026-9247|
|4||Bekya T. Harshitha, Jamballi G. Manjunatha, Pemmatte A. Pushpanjali, Chimatahalli S. Karthik, Shadakshari Sandeep, Puttaswamappa Mallu, Edwin D’Souza, Nagaraja Sreeharsha, Syed Mohammed Basheeruddin Asdaq, and Md. Khalid Anwer., 2021. Efficient Electrochemical Determination of Catechol with Hydroquinone at Poly (L-Serine) Layered Carbon Paste Electrode. Chemistry Select, 6, 6764 –6772. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/slct.202101809, ISSN: 2365-6549, IF:2.109|
|5||S. Nanjundaswamy, S. Bindhu, R. R. Arun Renganathan, S. Nagashree, C. S. Karthik, P. Mallu and V. Ravishankar Rai., 2021. Design, synthesis of pyridine coupled pyrimidinone/pyrimidinthione as anti-MRSA agent: Validation by molecular docking and dynamics simulation JOURNAL OF BIOMOLECULAR STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS. https://doi.org/10.1080/07391102.2021.1968496, ISSN: 07391102, IF: 2.972|
|6||Pampa, K.J., Karthik, C.S., Hema, M.K., Mallu, P. and Lokanath, N.K., 2021. Post-synthetic modification of supramolecular assemblies of β-diketonato Cu (II) complexes: comparing and contrasting the molecular topology by crystal structure and quantum computational studies. CrystEngComm, 23, 4344-4369. DOI: 10.1039/D1CE00304F, ISSN: 1466-8033, IF:3.38|
|7||Hema, M.K., Karthik, C.S., Pampa, K.J., Mallu, P. and Lokanath, N.K., (2021). 4, 4, 4-trifluoro-1-phenylbutane-1, 3-dione metal [Cu (II) and Ni (II)] complexes as an superlative antibacterial agent against MRSA: Synthesis, structural quantum-chemical and molecular docking studies. Journal of Molecular Structure, 130774. DOI: 10.1016/j.molstruc.2021.130774, I.F-2.463, ISSN: 0277-5387|
|8||Gurumallappa, G., Jayashankar, J., Puttaswamy, A., Sunderraj, J., Mallu, P., & Beeregowda, K. (2021). 4-(tert-butyl)-N, N-diethylbenzenesulfonamide: Structural, absorption distribution metabolism excretion toxicity (ADMET) and molecular docking studies. Current Chemistry Letters, 10(3), 329-336. DOI: 10.5267/j.ccl.2021.3.004, ISSN: 1927-7296, IF: 0.87|
|9||Karthik, C.S., Chethana, M.H., Manukumar, H.M., Ananda, A.P., Sandeep, S., Nagashree, S., Mallesha, L., Mallu, P., Jayanth, H.S. and Dayananda, B.P., Synthesis and characterization of chitosan silver nanoparticle decorated with benzodioxane coupled piperazine as an effective anti-biofilm agent against MRSA: A validation of molecular docking and dynamics. International journal of biological macromolecules, 2021, 181, 540-551. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2021.03.119, ISSN: 0141-8130, IF: 6.953|
|10||Gurumallappa, Arun Renganathan, R. R., Hema, M. K., Karthik, C. S., Rani, S., Nethaji, P.Mallu., & Ravishankar Rai, V. (2021). 4-acetamido-3-nitrobenzoic acid-structural, quantum chemical studies, ADMET and molecular docking studies of SARS-CoV2. Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, 1-15. DOI: 10.1080/07391102.2021.1889664, ISSN: 07391102, IF: 2.972|
|11||Nagendra Prasad, H. S., Ananda, A. P., Najundaswamy, S., Nagashree, S., Mallesha, L., Dayananda, B. P & Mallu, P. (2021). Design, synthesis and molecular docking studies of novel piperazine metal complexes as potential antibacterial candidates against MRSA. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1232, 130047. DOI: 10.1016/j.molstruc.2021.130047, I.F-2.463, ISSN: 0277-5387 IF: 3.2|
|12||Manjunatha, K. B., Bhat, R. S., Shashidhara, A., Kumar, H. A., & Nagashree, S. (2021). Antimicrobial and Nonlinear Optical Studies of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles. Journal of Electronic Materials, 50(6), 3415-3421. DOI:10.1007/s11664-021-08838-3, ISSN: 0361-5235, IF:1.938|
|13||Mariswamy, V. H., Bindya, S., Costa, R. A., Prasad, S. K., Shivamallu, C., Begum, S. M., & Kollur, S. P. (2021). 2-Methoxy-5-(6-methoxypyridin-3-yl-imino-methyl) phenol and its transition metal complex as potent antibacterial agents: Synthesis, characterization, theoretical investigations and biological evaluation. Results in Chemistry, 3, 100120.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rechem.2021.100120 ISSN 2211-7156.|
|14||Vinusha, H. M., Kollur, S. P., Begum, M., Shivamallu, C., Ramu, R., Shirahatti, P. S., … & Glossman-Mitnik, D. (2021). Chemical Synthesis, in vitro Biological Evaluation and Theoretical Investigations of Transition Metal Complexes Derived from 2-(((5-mercapto-1H-pyrrol-2-yl) imino) methyl) 6-methoxyphenol. Journal of Molecular Structure, 130920.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.molstruc.2021.130920, ISSN 0022-2860|
|15||Nirmala, D. B., & Bindya, S. (2021). An experimental investigation on Self compacting concrete using zinc oxide as nanoparticles by Taguchi method. CITHARA Journal, vol-11, 0, 19-31. DOI:10.12733.CJ.2021.V11I1.654235.13002. ISSN : 0009 – 7527.|
|16||Vinay S, Chandan Dharmashekar, Sushma P, Anisha S Jain, Shiva Prasad Kollur, Bindya S, Chandrashekhar Srinivasa, Sharanagouda S Patil, Ashwini Prasad & Chandan Shivamallu (2021). In-Silico elucidation of Abrus precatorius phytochemical against Diabetes mellitus. Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences, 10(4), 118-128.ISSN 2277-1808.|
|17||Supreetha, R., Bindya, S., Deepika, P., Vinusha, H. M., & Hema, B. P. (2021). Characterization and biological activities of synthesized citrus pectin-MgO nanocomposite. Results in Chemistry, 3, 100156. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rechem.2021.100156, ISSN 2211-7156|
|18||Akshay, H. M., M. Shetty, S., Vidya, G., Dharmashekara, C., Shreevatsa, B., V. Siddalingegowda, S., Srinivasa, C., S. Patil, S., Bindya, S., Kollur, S. P. and Shivamallu, C. (2021) “Effect of Anticoagulants on the Survival Rate in Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients”, Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 33(52A), pp. 6-11.doi: 10.9734/jpri/2021/v33i52A33550.|
|19||Parth B. Jani, Harshal B. Desai, B. S. Madhukar and Ashish R. Tanna. Investigations of calcium ferrite nanoparticles synthesized by sol-gel auto combustion and solution mixture methods. Materials Research Innovations, 1-7, https://doi.org/10.1080/14328917.2021.1932318, 2021.|
|20||Sangamesha M.A, Brunda M, Vidyashree S, Madhukar B S Effect of In, Zr and Fe Elements Doped Cerium Oxide Nanoprobes: Synthesis, Characterization and their Applications, 2021, Materials Today Proceedings, 46, 7, 2021, 2400-2408.|
|21||Madhusudhan C.K., Mahendra K., Madhukar B.S., Somesh T.E., Muhammad Faisal.,2021 “Multifunctional polypyrrole/multi-walled carbon nanotube composite material: Dielectric, humidity sensing and broadband EMI shielding properties” Polymer Science, Series B, 63, 280–290.|
|22||Nagendra Prasad, H. S., Ananda, A. P., Lohith, T. N., Prabhuprasad, P., Jayanth, H. S., Krishnamurthy, N. B. M.A.Sridhar,L.Mallesha & Mallu, P. (2021). Design, Synthesis, Molecular docking and DFT computational insight on the structure of Piperazine sulfynol derivatives as a new antibacterial contender against superbugs MRSA. Journal of Molecular Structure, 131333. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molstruc.2021.131333 ISSN: 0277-5387. IF:3.2|
|23||Hegde. M.B, Mohana K. N, Madhusudhana A.M, Vinay, Nayaka. Y. A, Kumara Swamy N. “Fabrication of reduced graphene oxide/ruthenium oxide modified graphite electrode for voltammetric determination of tryptophan”. Graphene and 2D Materials Technologies (2021). (https://doi.org/10.1007/s41127-021-00042-8). (Springer).|
|24||Yashas S.R, Shivaraju H.P, Kumara Swamy N, Namratha K, ”Sonochemical synthesis of GCN-MnO2 interfaces for enhanced photoelectrocatalytic degradation of tetracycline hydrochloride”, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 28, 4778–4789 (2021), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-020-10813-0 (Springer Nature IF 4.223).|
|25||Kumara Swamy N, Mohana K.N, Mahesh B. Hegde, Madhusudhana A. M, Saurav R.N, and Rajitha K, “Multiwalled carbon nanotube derived graphene nanoribbon: An excellent electrocatalyst for the fabrication of an electrochemical sensor to sensitive and selective analysis of rutin in tablets” Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, 51, 1047–1057 (2021). (https://doi.org/10.1007/s10800-021-01557-x). (Springer, I.F 2.80).|
|26||Asha P. Johnson, Chinnu Sabu, N. Kumara Swamy, Annstephy Anto, H. V. Gangadharappa, K. Pramod, “Graphene nanoribbon: An emerging and efficient flat molecular platform for advanced biosensing”, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 184, 113245 (2021). (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bios.2021.113245) (Elsevier, I.F 10.618).|
|27||Sanjay B P, Kumara Swamy N, Yashas Y R and Sandeep S, “Design of an electrochemical sensor using 2D sheet-like Cu@g-C3N4 transducer matrix for electroanalysis of catechol”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 168 (7) 076511 (2021) (https://doi.org/10.1149/1945-7111/ac1495) (WoS/Scopus, I.F 4.316).|
|28||Apoorva T. R., S.M. Abhishek, B.S. Santhosh, M.P. Ujwal, N. Kumara Swamy, “Synthesis of nanoscale Bi2O3 with rectangular rod-like geometry using Manilkara Zapota fruit extract”, Advanced Materials and Applications, 6, 16-20 (2021))(ISSN: 2582-5070 )|
|29||Santhosh A.S., Sandeep S, James Bound D, Nandini S, Nalini S, Suresh GS, Kumara Swamy N, Jothiramalingam R, Arokiyaraj S, A Multianalyte Electrochemical Sensor Based on Cellulose fibers with Silver nanoparticles Composite as an Innovative Nano-Framework for the simultaneous determination of Ascorbic Acid, Dopamine and Paracetamol, Surfaces and Interfaces, 26, 101377 (2021) (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.surfin.2021.101377) (Elsevier I.F 4.837).|
|30||Shivaprasad A, Jayaram M. N., Kumara Swamy N., “Fabrication of GNR Electrode for ECG signal acquisition”, IEEE Sensor Letters, 9 (5), (2021) (doi: 10.1109/LSENS.2021.3103841). (I.S. 2.36)|
|31||Santhosh A S, Sandeep S, Kumara Swamy N, Manu Kumar, Mahesh B, “Synthesis of noval CoUSiN particles as promising biocidal candidate: A green approach to treat threats”, Journal of Colloids and Interface Science Open, 3, 100023 (2021) (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jciso.2021.100023) .|
|32||Development of ciprofloxacin sensor using iron-doped graphitic carbon nitride as transducer matrix: Analysis of ciprofloxacin in blood samples, Hattna Shivarudraiah Vedhavathi, Ballur Prasanna Sanjay, Mahesh Basavaraju, Beejaganahalli Sangameshwara Madhukar, and Ningappa Kumara Swamy, J.Electrochem. Sci. Eng. 00(0)(2021) 000-000;0; http://dx.doi.org/10.5599/jese.1112.|
|Sl. No.||Name of the Investigator||Project No.||Funding Agency||Title of the project and duration||Amount sanctioned|
|1.||Dr.P.Mallu||GRD-647||VGST-CISEE||Establishment Of Centre for Facile Synthesis of Metal Complexes and Study for Interaction with Biomolecules.
|Sl. No||Year||Title of the patent Published||Application /Patent No.||Name of Inventors||Filed / Published Date (dd/mm/yyyy)|
|1.||2018||DEVICE AND METHOD FOR AN AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC PRECISE ADJUSTMENT OF TAPPET CLEARANCE||201841041031||Shashidhar Rudregowda
Madhukar Beejaganahalli Sangameshwara
Pooja Thyagaraj Naik