CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute
(A premier R&D Institute in Electrochemistry)
Bio-sensors People in Research Group Research Guidance
Research Guidance
S. No.Name of the ScholarThesis TitleYear of Completion
1 A MuthurasuN/A2010
2 Alam Venugopal Narendra KumarStudies on the charge transport in chemically Modified redox films: Implications in electro-catalysis and sensors2015
3 D. KaruppasamyGraphene based Materials for Electrocatalytic applications2017
4 Dr.T.V. Vineesh Graphene - based electrodes for electrocatalytic and sensing applications2016
5 Gopi KalaiyarasanDeveloping new synthesis strategies in carbon dots preparation and implement them for biosensor applications 
6 Harish SrinivasanExploration of synthetic routes for nano-structured materials:Their applications in catalysis2013
7 Krishnamoorthy Silambarasan  
8 Mr. Amit Kumar PatelElectrochemical Biosensors for biomedical applications2015
9 Mr. AnanthuGraphene Quantum Dots2016
10 Mr. R. SathishMicrobial Fuel Cells2017
11 Mr. S.AnandhakumarHybrid Electrochemical Sensors For Environmental Monitoring2014
12 Mr. Sankararao MutyalaNanostructured carbon materials for electrocatalysis and sensor applications2016
13 Ms. AthiraQuantum Dots2016
14 Ms. Jaseela ThasneemElectrochemical Biosensors based on 2D structures2015
15 Ms. Jeethu Jijju2D Nanomaterials for Energy Devices Application2016
16 Ms. O.V. Manila Graphene quantum dots for sensing applications2019
17 Ms. PriyankaGrapehne based materials - Synthesis and Characterization2017
18 Ms. S. ArchanaElectrochemical Biosensors2017
19 Ms. S. PreethiGraphene- based multielectrode array for the multiplexed detection of DNA mutations for the early diagonosis of chronic deseases2016
20 Ms. SangeethaGraphene based electrode materials - Synthesis and Characterization2017
21 Ms. ShyamaSelf assembled Monolayers2016
22 Ms. SivamathiniGraphene-based electrochemical platform for biomedical applications2014
23 Ms. SivamathiniElectrochemical Sensors for Environmental Applications2016
24 Ms. Supriya2D Nanomaterials for Energy Applications2016
25 R. RajaramModified Electrodes as an Electrochemical Sensing platform for the detection of Biomolecules 
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