Dr. Bikash Mandal | Computational Materials Science | Best Researcher Award

National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER) Bhubaneswar, India

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits

Bikash Mandal commenced his academic journey by earning a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of Burdwan with a first-class degree. He continued his academic pursuit by completing a Master of Science specialized in Physical Chemistry from Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, achieving a remarkable 72%. His academic excellence continued as he pursued a Ph.D. in Computational Material Science at Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan.

Professional Endeavors

His professional journey is rich in diverse research experiences. He has held various prestigious positions globally, including postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Ulsan (South Korea), Kent State University (USA), and the National Institute of Science Education and Research (India). His research primarily focused on diverse areas such as metal-organic frameworks, graphene-based nanocomposites, and computational material science.

Contributions and Research Focus

His research contributions have been substantial and varied. His work spans the investigation of electronic structures of graphene-based nanomaterials, exploration of metal-organic frameworks for applications in drug delivery, gas capture, photovoltaic devices, and hazardous gas detection. His research has been published in renowned scientific journals, showcasing his expertise in theoretical chemistry and computational material science.

Accolades and Recognition

Throughout his academic and professional journey, He received notable accolades, including the CSIR Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). His research findings have been published in reputable journals, adding to his recognition in the field of theoretical chemistry.

Impact and Influence

His research has contributed significantly to the understanding and application of materials in various fields, including energy conversion, electronics, and environmental sustainability. His work on metal-organic frameworks, graphene-based nanocomposites, and computational studies has implications in diverse technological domains.

Legacy and Future Contributions

His legacy lies in his groundbreaking research in computational material science and theoretical chemistry. His contributions have paved the way for advancements in material design, energy harvesting, and environmental applications. His future contributions are anticipated to further revolutionize the field, possibly leading to innovations in renewable energy, nanotechnology, and materials science.

Notable Publications 

Selective adsorption of organic dyes on graphene oxide: Theoretical and experimental analysis
A Molla, Y Li, B Mandal, SG Kang, SH Hur, JS Chung
( 213)2019

Energetic and electronic structure of penta-graphene nanoribbons
B Rajbanshi, S Sarkar, B Mandal, P Sarkar
(109 )2016

Exploring the electronic structure of graphene quantum dots
B Mandal, S Sarkar, P Sarkar
( 71 )2012

Theoretical prediction of a new two-dimensional carbon allotrope and NDR behaviour of its one-dimensional derivatives
B Mandal, S Sarkar, A Pramanik, P Sarkar
(68 )2013

Theoretical studies on understanding the feasibility of porphyrin-sensitized graphene quantum dot solar cell
B Mandal, S Sarkar, P Sarkar
( 63 )2015

Bis (dithioline)-based metal–organic frameworks with superior electronic and magnetic properties: spin frustration to spintronics and gas sensing
C Chakravarty, B Mandal, P Sarkar
(  59) 2016

Multifunctionalities of an azine-linked covalent organic framework: from nanoelectronics to nitroexplosive detection and conductance switching
C Chakravarty, B Mandal, P Sarkar
( 27 )2018

A new two-dimensional metal–organic framework with high spin-filtering efficiency
B Mandal, P Sarkar
( 23 )2015

Porous Graphene–Fullerene Nanocomposites: A New Composite for Solar Cell and Optoelectronic Applications
C Chakravarty, B Mandal, P Sarkar
( 21 )2018

Exploring the geometric, magnetic and electronic properties of Hofmann MOFs for drug delivery
B Mandal, JS Chung, SG Kang
( 20 )2017



Bikash Mandal | Computational Materials Science | Best Researcher Award

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