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Dr. Ambarish Sanyal
Advanced Material Characterization Unit (AMCU)
Sensor and Actuator Division

Tel.: +91-33-2473-3469/76/77/96 (Ext. 3544)
Mob: +91 9051867113/ 9871654727
Fax: +91-33-2473 0957
E-mail: ambarish@cgcri.res.in;

B.Sc. (Chemistry, Hons.): Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, 2000
M.Sc. (Physical Chemistry Spl): Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, 2002
Ph.D. ( Science, (Chemistry) :CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (University of Pune), 2007

Dr. Sanyal joined CSIR on 03 May 2011, CGCRI on 21 July 2016

Research Interest
    Area of specialization: Nanomaterials Synthesis and Characterization/ Project Management
  • Chemical synthesis of one dimensional nanostructures
  • Vertical assembly for possible photovoltaic applications
  • Conceptualization, planning and implementation of a project as part of Research project management

Professional Career
CSIR-CGCRIScientist2016 July-till date
CSIR Hq Scientist2011-2016
JIS College of Engineering KalyaniAsst. Professor2010-2011
Materials and Surface Science Institute, University of Limerick, Limerick IrelandPostdoctoral Research Fellow2008-2010
Halliburton Technology India Pvt. Ltd.(Pune)Scientist-Chemist2007-2008

  • Received the “Ireland Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET),” Govt. of Ireland, postdoctoral fellowship for the period 2008-2010.
  • Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Fellowship, Govt. of India for 2002-2007
  • Received the Scholarship under National Scholarship Scheme under Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Govt. of India on the result of B.Sc. Chemistry final exam 2000 (rank 4) of Jadavpur University, Kolkata
  • Received the NanigopalSmriti Award for showing brilliance in chemistry in the year 1999 given by SatirthaSamsad, Alumni of Jadavpur University Chemistry Department
  • Judged the ‘ Best Participant’ of Indian Student Side in the 2nd India-Japan Student Conference held in Kolkata during 5th–15th August 1998 on behalf of Nihongo Kaiwa Kyookai (Japanese Language Study Association)

Invited talk/ Conference attended
  • Invited Lecture on “Synthesis of nanomaterials” in AICTE Sponsored National Conference on Synthesis, Characterization and Simulation in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NANOSIM) held at JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani during February 24-25, 2012.
  • Oral presentation in 2nd International Conference on Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology (ICANN 2011) held in IIT Guwahati during December 8-10, 2011.
  • Irish Research Council for Science Engineering and Technology (IRCSET) symposium held in Dublin on September 25 2009.
Papers published in peer reviewed International/ National journals 22
Selected Papers:
  1. “Keggin-lysine hybrid nanostructures in the shape modulation of gold” S. Das, T. Ghosh, B. Satpati, Ambarish Sanyal, T. Bala, Materials Research Express, 1 (2014) 015007
  2. “Organic–inorganic hybrid: a novel template for synthesis of nanostructured Ag” D. Sardar, B. Naskar, Ambarish Sanyal, S. P. Moulik, T. Bala, RSC Adv., 4 (2014) 3521
  3. “Fabrication of Noble metal-semiconductor hybrid nanostructures using phase transfer” T. Bala, A. Singh, Ambarish Sanyal, C. O’Sullivan, F. Laffir, C. Coughlan, K. M. Ryan, Nano Research, 6 (2013) 121
  4. “Water Dispersible Semiconductor Nanorod Assemblies via a Facile Reverse Phase Transfer and Their Application as Fluorescent Biomarkers” Ambarish Sanyal, T. Bala, S. Ahmed, A. Singh, A. V. Piterina, T. M. McGloughlin, K. M. Ryan, J. Mater. Chem., 19 (2009) 8974
  5. “Spontaneous Room Temperature Elongation of CdS and Ag2S Nanorods via Oriented Attachment” C. O’Sullivan, R. D. Gunning, Ambarish Sanyal, C. A. Barrett, H. Geaney, F. R. Laffir, K. M. Ryan, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131 (2009) 12250
  6. “Synthesis and assembly of gold nanoparticles in quasi linear lysine-Keggin ion colloidal particles as a template” Ambarish Sanyal, S. Mandal, M. Sastry, Adv. Funct. Mater., 15 (2005) 273
  7. “Heavy metal remediation by a fungus as a means of production of lead and cadmium carbonate crystals” Ambarish Sanyal, D. Rautaray, V. Bansal, A. Ahmad, M. Sastry, Langmuir, 21 (2005) 7220
  8. “Gold nanosheets via reduction of aqueous chloroaurate ions by anthracene anions bound to a liquid– liquid interface” Ambarish Sanyal, M. Sastry, Chem. Commun., (2003) 1236

Patents filed / Granted
Patents granted/ filed: 2 (1 granted)
  1. Processing of nanoparticles - United States Patent, Patent No.: US 8501432B2

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