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Dr. Sibdas Bandyopadhyay
Scientist G [Gr.IV(6)] & Head

Ceramic Membrane Division

Phone: + 91 (033) 2483 9248
Fax: + 91 (033) 2473 0957
E-mail: sibdas@cgcri.res.in, sibdas4@rediffmail.com

Ph.D. (Applied Chemistry) Indian School of Mines (Deemed University), 1981

Dr. Bandyopadhyay joined CGCRI in December, 1989

Research Interest
Low Cost ceramic membranes, Aqueous and Non-aqueous separations, Membrane-based systems for treatment of tannery & textile wastewater , membrane contactors for CO2 capture, Ceramic capillary & hollow fibre membranes, Membrane Bioreactor, Membrane reactors

Professional Career
Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad JRF/Research Associate & Lecturer 1974-1982
NEIST (Erstwhile RRL) , Jorhat Scientist-C 1982-1985
CGCRI Extension Centre, Khurja Scientist-C 1985-86
North Eastern Council Secretariat, Ministry of Home Affairs, Shillong Project Officer ( Cement) & I/C Mines & Mineral Sector 1986-1988
CGCRI, Kolkata Scientist EI, EII & F 1988 - 2006
CGCRI, Kolkata Scientist G 2006 - Till date/td>

  • Received "Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Award -2004" for Excellence in use of Science & Technology in Rural Development from Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers.
  • Member, International Advisory Board, 9th International Conference on Catalysis in Membrane Reactors (ICCMR9) held at Lyon, France, 2009
  • Conference Coordinator, "International Conference on Catalysis in Membrane Reactors" (ICCMR8) held at CGCRI, Kolkata during 18-21, Dec., 2007.
  • Chaired Technical Session 9 (Topics "CMRs applications"- 1st July, 2009).at 9th International Conference on Catalysis in Membrane Reactors (ICCMR9) held at Lyon, France during June 28 - July 02, 2009 and on Liquid Filtration at 9th International Conference on Inorganic Membranes (ICIM9), Lillehammer, Norway, 2006.
  • Member, Task Force constituted by Director, BARC for DAE-CSIR Program on ?Safe Drinking Water?
  • Member, Consortium Advisory Committee (CAC) of National Agricultural Innovation Project (NAIP) of ICAR on "Arsenic in Food-Chain: Cause, Effect and Mitigation" - Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya (BCKV), Mohanpur, West Bengal [Budget for 2007-12: Rs. 673.29 Lakhs ]
  • Vice President, Indian Membrane Society (since 2010 )
  • Principal Investigator & Activity Leader of 15 sponsored projects, 1 Supra & 3 CSIR Network projects and 5 International projects since 1995.

Selected Publications

Selected Papers:
  1. Suman Dutta, S.A. Parsons, Sibdas Bandyopadhyay, Peter Jarvis ?Studies on Adsorption and Decolorization of Reactive Dye on TiO2 Surface, International Journal of Environment and Waste Management (IJEWM) 2009, Special Issue on: "Landfill Leachate Management and Control"
  2. S. Dutta, S.A. Parsons, ....... S. Bandyopadhyay ?Kinetic study of adsorption and photo-decolorization of Reactive Red 198 on TiO2 surface? Chemical Engineering Journal, Accepted Manuscript (Accepted date: 26-8-2009)
  3. Baisali Sinha, Partha K. Sarkar, S.N. Roy and S. Bandyopadhyay, "Yeast separation by ceramic membrane and flux recovery after chemical cleaning, Indian Chemical Engr. Section B, Vol. 48, No. 1, 49-53, January-March 2006
  4. S N Roy, Tanmoy Dey, M Majumder, S Majumder, B P Ghosh, S Bandyopadhyay and H S Maiti, "Ceramic membrane and Water Purification", Science and Culture, Vol. 71 (5-6) 2005.
  5. Mahua Ghosh and Sibdas Bandyopadhyay, "Studies on the crystal growth of ricebran wax in a hexane medium" - J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 82: 229-231 (2005)

Patents filed / Granted
Summery: Indian= 06; International = 04

Landmark Research Contribution
  • Founder Head of Section/Division of Ceramic Membrane in CGCRI and pioneer of research activities in India on indigenous development of ceramic membrane for water purification
  • Developed low cost clay-alumina support of 1000 mm length in single channel (Slip cast) and 19-channel (Extruded) configuration.
  • Developed and Demonstrated Ceramic Membrane based processes for Arsenic & Iron removal for production of quality Drinking Water
  • Integrated CMF- BWRO (Ceramic Microfiltration - Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis) Plant of 10000 LPCD capacity (first of its kind in India) for production of drinking water from Iron containing Brackish groundwater

PhD Supervision
Summary: Ph. D Supervision: 1 (1 ongoing); M. Tech Supervision: 5 (JU & CU)

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