CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute
(A Unit of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research)

सीएसआईआर-केंद्रीय कांच और सिरेमिक अनुसंधान संस्थान
(वैज्ञानिक और औद्योगिक अनुसंधान परिषद की एक इकाई)

Mr. Awadesh Kumar Mallik

Fuel Cell & Battery Division

Phone: (033) 24733496 (Ex. 3531)
Mobile: 91 9433032609
FAX: +91-33-24730957
E-mail: amallik@cgcri.res.in, awadesh.mallik@gmail.com

B.Sc. (Tech.) (Ceramic Technology), University of Calcutta
M.Sc. (Engg.) (Materials Science), IISc, Bangalore
Ph.D. (Science), Jadavpur University (Thesis Submitted)

Shri Mallik joined CGCRI on 8th August, 2007

Research Interest
CVD Diamond, Chemo-Mechanical Polishing, Raman Spectroscopy, Hard protective coatings, Tribology, Bioceramics

Professional Career
Designation Organisation Duration
Scientist CSIR - Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute 2007- present
Lecturer National Institute of Technology, Rourkela 2006-07
Lecturer PES School of Engineering, Bangalore 2005-06
Project Assistant Materials Research Centre, IISc, Bangalore 2004-05
Management Trainee Multi-arc India Ltd. 2004

  • Recipients of several international and national travel grants from Indian government agencies.
  • FCT, Portugal Doctoral grant in the year 2011-12 – declined
  • Scholarship of Indian Institute of Science for ranking 12th nationwide in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering in Engineering Sciences, 2000.
  • Guest Lecturer at College of Ceramic Technology, University of Calcutta, 2003.
  • Certificate of Reviewing from the journal Vacuum for March 2014.
  • Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in Asia, 2017.
  • Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World (for the past three consecutive years).
  • Listed in Marquis Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2016-17 (12th Edition).
  • Completed CSIR training programs a) for newly recruited scientists, 2010, b) “Innovation-begin doing right away” program 2012, c) “Crafting Effective S&T Communication” program 2014.
  • Receiver of Science Talent Award at School Level.
  • National Scholarship for the performance in the Secondary School Exam.

Selected Publications
Publications: Summary: In SCI Journals: 24; In Conference Proceedings: 14,
h-index: 6, i-10 index: 03, Total Citations: 96

Selected Papers:
  1. An effort in planarising microwave plasma CVD grown polycrystalline diamond (PCD) coated Si wafers of 4 inch diameter, Awadesh Kumar Mallik, Radhaballabh Bhar, Sandip Bysakh, Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 43 (2016) 1–7.
  2. Large area deposition of polycrystalline diamond coatings by microwave plasma CVD, A. K. Mallik, S. Bysakh, K. S. Pal, N. Dandapat, B. K. Guha, S. Datta, D. Basu, Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society,72(4), 2013, pp. 225-232.
  3. Influence of the microwave plasma CVD reactor parameters on substrate thermal management for growing large area diamond coatings inside a 915 MHz and moderately low power unit, Awadesh K Mallik, Kalyan S Pal, Nandadulal Dandapat, Bichitra K Guha, Someswar Datta, Debabrata Basu, Diamond & Related Materials 30 (2012) 53–61.
  4. Cytocompatibility property evaluation of gas pressure sintered SiAlON-SiC composites with L929 fibroblast cells and Saos-2 osteoblast-like cells, Alok Kumar, Awadesh Kumar Mallik, Ali Celic, Ferhat Kara, Hasan Mandal, Debabrata Basu, Krishanu Biswas, Bikramjit Basu, Materials Science and Engineering C 32 (2012) 464–469.
  5. Effect of Substrate roughness on growth of diamond by hot filament CVD, Awadesh K. Mallik, S.R. Binu, L.N. Satapathy, ChandrabhasNarayana, Md. MotinSeikh, S. A. Shivshankar and S.K.Biswas, Bull. Mater. Sci., Vol. 33, No. 3, June 2010, pp. 251–255.

Notable Research Contribution
  • 915 MHz microwave plasma CVD growth of 4 inch diameter diamond discs
  • Chemo-mechanical polishing of diamond wafers
  • Laser micromachining of diamond
  • TiN, DLN coated knee implants

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