Email: chchgupta at gmail.com
chchgupta.chm at iipe.ac.in
Ph.D. at University of Hyderabad (2007-2013), Hyderabad, India. Advisor: Prof. T. P. Radhakrishnan
M.Sc. at University of Hyderabad (2005-2007, 78.6%), Hyderabad, India.
B.Sc. at Andhra University (Govt. College, Rajahmundry, 2002-2005, 92.34%), India.
Assistant Professor: Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy, 12th July 2019 – Present)
Assistant Professor: Central University of Rajasthan (DST-INSPIRE Faculty, 07th August 2017 – 11th July 2019)
Post-doc: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Jan 2014 – July 2017), Israel. Advisor: Prof. Roy Shenhar
1. Received a prestigious INSPIRE Faculty Award-2016.
2. Received 2nd prize for NanoArtist award in The Nanocenter Annual conference, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Apr 17-18, 2016.
3. Received 3rd prize for NanoArt award in The 5th International Nanotechnology Conference & Exhibition “NanoIsrael”, Israel, Feb 22-23, 2016.
4. Received 1st prize for NanoArtist award in The Nanocenter Annual conference, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Mar 29-30, 2015.
5. Received Planning and Budgeting Committee (PBC) postdoctoral fellowship from Council for Higher Education, Israel, Oct 2014 to July 2017
6. Selected for free participation in International Conference on Nano Science and Technology (ICONSAT-2012), Hyderabad, India, Jan 20-23, 2012.
7. Received best poster award in International Conference on the Chemistry of the Organic Solid State (ICCOSS XX), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, June 26-30, 2011.
8. Received JRF and SRF fellowships from CSIR, India.
9. Secured 2nd rank in M. Sc Chemistry at the University of Hyderabad.
10. Recipient of Dr. Reddy’s Spirit of Excellence for merit students in the year 2006-2007.
1. Ch. G. Chandaluri, A. Patra and T. P. Radhakrishnan, Chem. Eur. J., 2010, 16, 8699-8706. Polyelectrolyte-Assisted Formation of Molecular Nanoparticles Exhibiting Strongly Enhanced Fluorescence (impact factor = 5.16)
2. Ch. G. Chandaluri and T. P. Radhakrishnan, Opt. Mater., 2011, 34, 119-125. Zwitterionic Diaminodicyanoquinodimethanes with Enhanced Blue–Green Emission in the Solid State (impact factor = 2.687)
3. A. Patra, Ch. G. Chandaluri and T. P. Radhakrishnan, Nanoscale, 2012, 4, 343-359. Optical Materials Based on Molecular Nanoparticles (Review) (impact factor = 6.970)
4. Ch. G. Chandaluri and T. P. Radhakrishnan, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2012, 51, 11849-11852. Amorphous-to-Crystalline Transformation with Fluorescence Enhancement and Switching of Molecular Nanoparticles Fixed in a Polymer Thin Film (impact factor = 12.257)
5. Ch. G. Chandaluri and T. P. Radhakrishnan, J. Mater. Chem. C, 2013, 1, 4464-4471. Hierarchical Assembly of a Molecular Material through the Amorphous Phase and the Evolution of its Fluorescence Emission (impact factor = 6.641)
6. Ch. G. Chandaluri, G. Pelossof, R. Tel-Vered, R. Shenhar and I. Willner, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2016, 8, 1440-1446. Block Copolymer Patterns as Templates for the Electrocatalyzed Deposition of Nanostructures on Electrodes and for the Generation of Surfaces of Controlled Wettability (impact factor = 8.456)
7. T. S. Metzger,+ Ch. G. Chandaluri,+ R. Tel-Vered, R. Shenhar and I. Willner, Adv. Funct. Mater., 2016, 26, 7148–7155. Donor/Acceptor-Modified Electrodes for Photoelectrochemical and Photobioelectrochemical Applications (+ equal contribution, impact factor = 15.621)
8. N. Senthilnathan, Ch. G. Chandaluri, and T. P. Radhakrishnan, Sci. Rep., 2017, 7, 10583. Efficient Bioimaging with Diaminodicyanoquinodimethanes: Selective Imaging of Epidermal and Stomatal Cells and Insight into the Molecular Level Interactions (impact factor = 4.122)
9. A. J. Ansari, G. Joshi, P. Sharma, A. K. Maurya, R. K. Metre, V. K. Agnihotri, Ch. G. Chandaluri,* S. Singh,* R. Kumar,* and D. M. Sawant,* J. Org. Chem., 2019, 84, 3817–3825 Pd-Catalyzed four-Component Sequential Reaction Delivers a Modular Fluorophore Platform for Cell Imaging (impact factor = 4.805)