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Dr. Shrabanee Sen
Senior Scientist
Functional Materials & Devices Division

Phone : 033 (2473 3469/3496/3477) (Ext-3464)
Fax: +91-33-24730957
E-mail: shrabanee@cgcri.res.in

B.Sc: (1999, Physics), Visva -Bharati University
M.Sc. (2001, Physics), Visva -Bharati University
Ph.D. (2005, Physics), I.I.T Kharagpur

Research Interest
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION: Materials Science and Technology
  • Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Piezoelectric materials, Multiferroics for actuator applications.
  • Development of hard coatings for automobile applications.
  • Development of nanocomposites for application as nanogenertaors
  • Development of multiferroics for gas/VOCs sensors.

Professional Career
Designation OrganisationDuration
Junior Scientist CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory July 2005- July 2008
Scientist CSIR- Central Glass and Ceramics Research Institute July 2008- Dec 2009
Scientist CSIR- Central Glass and Ceramics Research Institute Jan 2010- July 2013
Senior Scientist CSIR- Central Glass and Ceramics Research Institute July 2013- Till date

  • Second Best In House Project Award in NML (2008).
  • Awarded Fast Track Project (2007)
  • Senior Research Fellowship (CSIR, 2004).
  • Best technical presentation Prize in “Conference of Research Scholars on Materials Science and Eng”, Aug 30-31, 2003, I.I.T Kharagpur.

Selected Publications
Publications Summary: SCI Journals: 60; Conference Paper Presentations: 35
Best Five Publications:
  1. 1. Shrabanee Sen, S.K.Mishra, “Electrical Behavior of PMN-PT PVDF Nanocomposite”, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 41(2008), 163508.
  2. Shrabanee Sen, S.K.Das, S.K.Mishra and A.Tarafdar, “Low temperature synthesis of 0.65 PbMg1/3Nb2/3O3-0.35PbTiO3 ceramics” Journal of American Ceramic Society, 90 (2007) 2634.
  3. . Shrabanee Sen, R. N. P Choudhary, A. Tarafdar and P. Pramanik “.Impedance spectroscopy study of strontium modified lead zirconate titanate ceramics”, Journal of Applied Physics 99 (2006) 124114/1.
  4. Shrabanee Sen, P.Pramanik and R.N.P.Choudhary, “Impedance spectroscopy study of nanocrystalline ferroelectric (PbMg)(ZrTi)O3 system” Applied Physics A: Material Science and Processing”, 82 (3) (2006) 549.
  5. . S.Sen, N.Chakraborty, P.Rana, M.Narjinary, Sk.d Mursalin, S.Tripathy, D.K Pradhan, and A.Sen, “Nanocrystalline gallium ferrite: A novel material for sensing very low concentration of alcohol vapour”, Ceramics International (Accepted).

Invited Talks
  1. Nanogenerators the unavoidable devices of the near future, Advances in Multifunctional Materials”, National Seminar, Betnoti, Odisha, during 3-4th May, 2015.
  2. Nanogenerators: the significant device for the near future”, IUMRS-ICYRAM, IISc Bangalore, 2016.
  3. An overview of nanogenerators and their potential to change human life”, Department of Physics, NIT Silchar, 19th Feb, 2018
  4. Invited talk “Nanocomposites: Application as Self Powered Sensors” at International Conference on Materials and Spectroscopy (ICMS Dec,2018).

Patents filed / Granted

Summary: filed: (01)
  1. Fabrication of tailored hardness nano-composite coating with low coefficient of friction. S. K. Mishra, L. C Pathak, S. Sen

Landmark Research Contribution
  • Major contribution includes exploration of new ceramic compounds based on modified barium titanate that can be used as ceramic capacitors.
  • Thin films (hard coatings) for automobile applications have been developed.
  • Development of piezocomposites for application as nanogenerators.

Ph.D (Completed): 01, Ongoing : 3
Mtech (Completed): 04
Summer project : 07
Trainee: 01

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