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List of Scholars/Students/Project Fellow/Project Assistant

NAME
Status
Joined on
Project
Supervisor

Ms. Rupam Saha
Project Assistant -II
Dec, 2018
Development Of Hydrophobic Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membrane For Md-based Domestic Water Purification System (FBR)
Dr. Subrata Dasgupta

Ms. Saheli Bhattacharjee
Project Assistant -II
Jan, 2019
Development Of Hydrophobic Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membrane For Md-based Domestic Water Purification System (FBR)
Dr. Subrata Dasgupta

Ms. Moumita Debroy
Project Assistant -I
Dec, 2018
Development Of Hydrophobic Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membrane For Md-based Domestic Water Purification System (FBR)
Dr. Subrata Dasgupta

Ms. Manali Basu
JRF
July, 2018
Development of palladium based membrane over porous stainless steel substrate for selective separation of Hydrogen from mixture gases
Dr. Subrata Dasgupta

Ms. Pallabi Banerjee
Project Assistant -I
Jan, 2019
Development of palladium based membrane over porous stainless steel substrate for selective separation of Hydrogen from mixture gases
Dr. Subrata Dasgupta

Mr. Sougata Dey Sarkar
Project Assistant
February, 2017
Development of ceramic membranes for gas separation applications in S-I and Cu-Cl cycles for clean energy production (CLP0307).
Dr. Nandini Das

Ms. Sarbasree Dutta
JRF
May, 2017
Development of Ceramic membranes for gas separation applications in S-I and Cu-Cl cycles for clean energy production (CLP-0307).
Dr. Nandini Das

Mr. Hillol Acharjee
JRF
May, 2017
Development of Ceramic membranes for gas separation applications in S-I and Cu-Cl cycles for clean energy production (CLP-0307).
Dr. Nandini Das

Mr. Biswajit Bera
CSIR-SRF
August, 2015
Dr. Nandini Das

Ms. Sonali Das
Project Assistant
Nov, 2018
Development of Ceramic membranes for gas separation applications in S-I and Cu-Cl cycles for clean energy production (CLP-0307).
Dr. Nandini Das
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