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“ISEAC Eminent Scientist” Award – 2010


Rajendra N. Goyal
Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, INDIA
ISEAC is happy in conferring “ISEAC Eminent Scientist” Award-2010 to Prof. Rajendra N. Goyal in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the field of ElectroAnalytical Chemistry applied to the electrochemistry of biologically important compounds. His research reveals several analytical and mechanistic aspects of Molecular Electrochemistry. He made a major research contribution in the area of oxidation of chemistry of central nervous system Indoles. He has used nano-gold modified electrodes and C60 modified electrodes for the Electroanalytical determination of bio-molecules in human blood plasma and urine.
 


C. Retna Raj
 Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal, INDIA
ISEAC is happy in conferring “ISEAC Eminent Scientist” Award-2010 to Dr. C. Retna Raj in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the field of ElectroAnalytical Chemistry applied to Electrocatalysis, Biosensors, Advanced Functional Materials and Fuel Cell. He has made a major research contribution in the area of electrochemical sensors and biosensors for clinically important biological molecules, environmentally hazardous species etc. He has a significant contribution in the development of efficient electrocatalyst for fuel cell applications using advanced functional materials.
 


S. Sampath
Associate Professor, Department of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA
ISEAC is happy in conferring “ISEAC Eminent Scientist” Award-2010 to Dr. S. Sampath in recognition of his outstanding contributions in the field of ElectroAnalytical Chemistry applied to the Interfacial Chemistry. The uniqueness of his research lies in the development of novel materials; to follow their interfacial characteristics and subsequently demonstrate new applications. He has developed a novel material; Exfoliated Graphite, which can be covalently functionalized to yield binderless matrices for sensing applications. He also has initiated a program on the synthesis of carbon nanotubes by the exfoliation process without the use of a metal catalyst.
 

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