शनिवार, 22 जून 2024

Prof. Chandrasekhar S and Dr C V Yelamaggad, recognized as one among the world’s top Scientists

Prof. Chandrasekhar S and Dr C V Yelamggad recognized as one among the world’s the top Scientist in the field of Applied Physics and NanoScience and Technology respectively. The prestigious list was prepared by a team of scientists at Stanford University and published in the journal PLOS Biology

Link: https://www.deccanherald.com/city/top-bengaluru-stories/karnataka-has-124-of-top-2-scientists-worldwide-913192.html

The Scitech, Monthly magazine coverage on the news item "Interaction between light and molecules can power optical devices" authored by Rajalaxmi Sahoo etal.

The Scitech, a monthly magazine has covered the news item which appeared recently in the DST website with the title “Interaction between light and molecules can power optical devices”. The magazine covers the latest important events in the areas of Science and Technology across the globe. The research team involving Rajalaxmi Sahoo, D.S. Shankar Rao, U.S. Hiremath, C.V. Yelamaggad, and S.KrishnaPrasad have discovered that UV and blue light combination switches the system back and forth between 3D and 1D photonic structures, with the change being instantaneous (less than few tens of a second) causing variation of photonic wavelength over 100 nanometre. The results are published the results Journal of Physical Chemistry

DOI : https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.0c03597

DST-CeNS develops a comfortable face mask which allows breathability

DST-CeNS develops a comfortable face mask which allows breathability Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India

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CeNS transfers a face mask design to Camellia Clothing Ltd. for mass production

With the increase of active COVID cases in India and other countries, it is strongly recommended to have face masks advised for the general public. While the healthcare professionals can use the special and high technical quality medical masks, for the general public, a mask with moderate filtering efficiency should suffice, provided one need not compromise comfort particularly during wearing for long hours.

A team of researchers at Centre for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences (CeNS), Bangalore, an autonomous institute of the Department of Science and Technology, have developed a cup-shaped design (patent filed) of the mask, that helps to create enough space in front of the mouth while speaking. This snug fit mask causes no speech distortion, no fogging on glasses, and indeed,packs well all around leaving practically no room for leakage while breathing. Another important advantage is its high breathability allowing one to wear without any discomfort. Further, the researchers have chosen thefabric layers such that there is a possibility of deactivating pathogens sheerly by the electric charges that may prevail under mild friction due to triboelectric nature of the fabric. These advanced level tests are being carried out.

CeNS has transferred this technology to Camellia Clothing Ltd., a Bangalore based garment company, established a couple of decades ago. The company wishes to produce and sell around one lakh mask per day through different distribution channels throughout India.

CeNS transfers a face mask

CeNS received "Best Exhibitor Award for the year 2020"at Bangalore India Nano

CeNS stall bagged “Best Exhibitor Award for the Year 2020” in the category of Interactive and Best Managed Stall

 

Best Exhibitor Award

Mr Ramesh Chandra Sahoo received Best poster award at Bangalore India Nano

Mr. Ramesh Chandra Sahoo has been awarded the “Best Poster Presentation Award” for his poster entitled "Role of Transition Metals in Layered Double Hydroxides for Differentiating the Oxygen Evolution and Nonenzymatic Glucose Sensing" at 11th Bangalore India Nano

 

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Mr Indrajit Mondal awarded the "Best poster award" at Bangalore India Nano

Mr. Indrajit Mondal has been awarded the “Best Poster Presentation Award” for his poster entitled "SnO2 coated large area Aluminum micromesh aslow-cost transparent conducting electrode for liquid crystal-based smartwindow" at 11th Bangalore India Nano.

 

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Dr. C. V. Yelamaggad elected as a Executive Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry - London

Dr. C. V. Yelamaggad elected as a Executive Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry - London, India (Deccan Local Section) on 1st February 2020.

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CeNS at IISF-2019

This year Dr. Sanjay K Varshney, Dr. B. N. Veerabhadraswamy, and Mr. Alex C. represented CeNS participation at the prestigious 5th International India Science Festival (IISF-2019) that was held at Kolkata during 5-8 Nov 2019. At the “Mega Science, Technology and Industrial Expo,” the team headed by Dr. Sanjay put up a stall and exhibited three prototypes, namely, Luminescence - based light Sensor, Invisible EMI shield and Hydrogen generator, all developed by CeNS researchers based on their lab-level findings. The team also put up posters that highlighted the outcome of the latest research programs as well as the Centre’s outreach activities. Industry personnel, research scholars, school students, and the general public visited the stall and actively interacted with the CeNS team. The visitors were very appreciative of the Centre’s efforts to transform laboratory research into the technologically important devices.