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Catalysis for Green Chemistry

Catalysis for Green Chemistry

Albertian Centre for Human Resource Development and Research, St. Albert’s College Autonomous is organising Albertian Knowledge Webinar Series 2020 (AKWS2020)

13th Webinar of the series is on Catalysis for Green Chemistry by Dr Putla Sudarsanam, Scientist, Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry Division, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory (NCL), Pune on Tuesday 28th April 2020 from 11 am to 12oclock For more information contact Prof. Shine Antony +91-9895403578 | [email protected] | Director, Albertian Centre for Human Resource Development & Research and Assistant Professor, St. Albert’s College (Autonomous) #albertianknowldgewebinarseries #akws2020 #stayhome #staysafe

About Dr P Sreekumar
Dr Putla Sudarsanam is a Scientist at the Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry Division, CSIR National Chemical Laboratory (CSIR-NCL), Pune, India. He obtained his PhD degree in Chemistry (2015) from CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (Hyderabad, India). Prior to joining at CSIR-NCL, he worked as a senior research fellow at KU Leuven (Belguim, 2017-2019), Leibniz Institute for Catalysis (Germany, 2017) and RMIT University (Melbourne, 2014–2016). His research mainly focuses on developing novel metal-based heterogeneous nano-sized and single-atom catalysts for biomass valorization, CO2 upgrading, chemoselective catalysis, and environmental pollution control. He has been honoured for his outstanding contributions with several prestigious awards/fellowships, including Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship-2016 (Belgium), Leibniz-DAAD Postdoc Fellowship-2016 (Germany), Best PhD Thesis Award-2015 (The Catalysis Society of India), EuropaCat PhD Student Award-2013 (XIth European Congress on Catalysis, France), and Endeavour Research Fellowship-2013 (Australia). He is editing 3 books with publishers ACS and Elsevier, published 3 book chapters and 51 peer-reviewed articles in high impact international journals with h-index of 30 and more than 2140 citations.