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Dr. Sandeep Sarkar
Senior Scientist

Project Management Division

Phone: (033) 24733496 (Ex. 3462)
FAX: FAX: +91-33-24730957
E-mail: sandeep@cgcri.res.in, sandeepsarkar123@gmail.com

PhD (Chemical Engineering), Jadavpur University

Dr. Sarkar joined CSIR-CGCRI on 31.01.2006

Research Interest
  • Process engineering and Materials Sciences with special references to the development of ceramic multichannel & capillary membranes, & gas and liquid separation Science.
  • Carbon molecular sieve for hydrogen separation
  • Ceramic hydrophobic membrane based Membrane Distillation process
  • Extrusion/injection Moulding die/mould design

Professional Career
Senior Engineer (R&D) Hyderabad Industries Ltd. Hyderabad June 2005 to Jan 2006
Scientist CGCRI, Kolkata Jan 2006 to till date

Selected Publications
  1. Sandeep Sarkar*, Process for Preparation of low cost clay-alumina multichannel ceramic membrane for liquid filtration application, Trans. Ind. Ceram. Soc., vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 1-6 (2014).
  2. Sandeep Sarkar, Sibdas Bandyopadhyay, Andre Larbot, Sophie Cerneaux*, New clay–alumina porous capillary supports for filtration application, Journal of Membrane Science, 392– 393 (2012) 130– 136
  3. Sandeep Sarkar*, Sourja Ghosh, Priya Banerjee, André Larbot, Sophie, Cerneaux, Sibdas Bandyopadhyay, Chiranjib Bhattacharjee, Preparation and characterization of single layer Ultra Filtration alumina membrane directly over porous clay alumina tubular and capillary support for textile effluent treatment, Trans. Ind. Ceram. Soc., vol. 73, no. 3, pp. 1-8 (2014).,
  4. Sandeep Sarkar*, S Ghosh, G Sahoo, N Das, S Bandyopadhyay, Hydrophobic Capillary Membrane based on Clay-Alumina Formulation for Membrane Distillation Process, Procedia Engineering 44 ( 2012 ) 1542
  5. Manali Ray, Priyankari Bhattacharya, Rakhi Das, Kartik Sondhi, Sourja Ghosh, Sandeep Sarkar*, Preparation and characterization of macroporous pure alumina capillary membrane using boehmite as binder for filtration application, J Porous Mater (2015), DOI 10.1007/s10934-015-9978-9
  6. Priya Banerjee, Sandeep Sarkar, Tanmoy Kumar Dey, Madhurima Bakshi, Snehasikta Swarnakar, Aniruddha Mukhopadhayay, Sourja Ghosh*, Application of isolated bacterial consortium in UMBR for detoxification of textile effluent: comparative analysis of resultant oxidative stress and genotoxicity in catfish (Heteropneustes fossilis) exposed to raw and treated effluents, Ecotoxicology (2014), DOI 10.1007/s10646-014-1250-6

Patents filed / Granted Summary: List of significant patent filed since 2011: 03 nos
  1. "The design of an extrusion die with changeable internal geometry for extrusion of multi channel ceramic tube", Inventor: Sandeep Sarkar, Application no. 0787DEL2014, File no. 0076NF2013, Filed patent on 18/03/2014, India
  2. “A process for the preparation of porous ceramic capillary tubes based on clay alumina mixture”, Inventors: Sandeep Sarkar, Sophie Cerneaux, André Larbot, Sibdas Bandyopadhyay, Application no. 2284DEL2011. File no. 010NF2011, Filed patent on 12/08/2011, India
  3. “A process of making single layer ultra filtration membrane inside clay- alumina porous tubular supports instead of multilayer coating and a process thereof”, Inventors: Somendra N. Roy, Sandeep Sarkar, Ganesh Chandra Sahoo, Sophie Cerneaux, André Larbot, Sibdas Bandyopadhyay. Application no. 3768DEL2012, File no. 040NF2012/264, Filed patent on 22/12/2012, India

Landmark Research Contribution
  • Developed indigenous process for cost effective multichannel macro porous ceramic membrane for liquid filtration application
  • Ultrafiltration ceramic capillary membranes for e-coli, pathogen removal from water for human use (water purification)

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