Nanocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reactions, K. Ojha, S. Saha, P. Dagar and A. K.

Ganguli, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2018,20,6777-6799.


Microemulsion based approach for nanospheres assembly into anisotropic

nanostructures of NiMnO3and their magnetic properties, M. Jha, S. Kumar, N. Garg, K.

V. Ramanujachary, S. E. Loflandand A. K. Ganguli, J. Solid State Chem., 2018,



Controlling Unusual Mixed Valence of Eu in Two Materials - EuSr2Bi2S4F4 and

Eu2SrBi2S4F4: Mössbauer and X-ray Photoemission Spectroscopy Investigations.

Z. Haque, G. S. Thakur, R. Parthasarathy, B. Gerke, T. Block, L. Heleta, R. Pöttgen,

A. G. Joshi, G. K. Selvan, S. Arumugam, L. C. Gupta and A. K. GanguliInorg. Chem.

2017, 56, 3182.



Ashok K Ganguli, Professor


Department of Chemistry,

Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi,

Hauz Khas,

New Delhi-110016, India

Tel: +91-11-26591511 (Office)

+91-11-26596452/ 26596501 (Lab)

Fax: +91-11-26591511/ 26854715



Founding Director (2013-18), Institute of Nano Science & Technology, Dept. of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, Habitat Centre, Sector-64, Phase- X, Mohali, Punjab , India .




Professor Ganguli is currently professor of chemistry (HAG) at IIT Delhi and is also the founding Director of Institute of Nano Science and Technology in Mohali (Jan 2013- Jan 2018). Prof. Ganguli obtained his Ph.D. degree from the Solid State & Structural Chemistry Unit (SSCU) of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 1990 in the area of Thallium based high temperature superconductors for which he got the Sudborough Medal of Indian Institute of Science. He has been a visiting scientist at Dupont Company, USA (1990-91) and a postdoctoral associate and visiting scientist at Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University, USA (1991-93 and 2004-05).


His areas of interest are in the design of nanostructured materials for applications in water purification, solar energy conversion and microfluidic devices and also high temperature superconductivity. He has published over 250 papers and has filed five patents. He has completed successfully several research projects, including some with industries. He is a recipient of the National Award of Nano Science and Nanotechnology given by DST, Government of India, the Chemical Research Society of India (CRSI) medal, Materials Research Society of India (MRSI) Medal, the C.N.R. Rao-CRSI National award, Chemical Excellence Award by Indian Society of Chemists and Biologists and the Prof. C.N.R. Rao Bangalore India Nano award given by Karnataka Govt. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, London, Indian Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Sciences, India and the Asia–Pacific Association of Materials. He is currently an Associate Editor of Bulletin of Material Science and has been Member, Editorial Board, Ind. J. Chem. A and J. Chem. Sci.


Dr. Ganguli is also a very keen speaker for science education in schools and colleges and initiated an Outreach program at INST, Mohali for rural school students in remote parts of India in which he has visited more than 300 schools and in the last three and half years he created several programs especially for ST-students and involved large number of students from J&K to Kerala and from Manipur to Rajasthan. Apart from the above he is a key speaker in Inspire series of lectures (DST) and is also helping promote research awareness in colleges through science academies workshops.





. : Personal Activities


Prof. Ganguli has received 23rd Chemical Excellence Award 2018 (By Indian Society of Chemists and Biologists)



Prof. Ganguli has received 9th Prof. C.N.R. Rao Bangalore INDIA NANO Science Award 2017 (By Karnataka Govt.)



Kasinath delivered a lecture on

Metal oxide/semiconductor decorated multilayer Graphene oxide

in ICACC'13 conference at Daytona Beach, Florida



Best Poster Award(Laptop) in 5th Bangalore Nano Exhibition and conference
at Hotel Lalit Ashok, Bangalore to Menaka and  Kasinath,  Dec 7 2012



SSNRL publishes "The iron-age of superconductivity: structural correlations and commonalities among the various families having –Fe–Pn– slabs (Pn = P, As and Sb)" Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, 42, 569



 Neha Garg, Soumen Saha, Kasinath, Manu sharma, Soma Sharma and Bharat Chaubey presented poster in ICONSAT 2014 at Punjab university, Chandigarh,  March 2-5th 2014