Intertwined gababutin-based dipeptide self-assembles into supramolecular double helical architecture
Prof. Apurba K. Das
Professor in Chemistry
Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Welcome to our research group website. We are located in the Department of Chemistry at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Indore. Our group’s research interests are based on development of new approaches to functional organic molecule synthesis and the influence of non-covalent interactions on structure and function from biology to chemistry to nanosciences. Our group is focused on multidisciplinary research involving techniques in chemistry, biology and nanosciences. The group has a long-standing interest on medicinal chemistry and electrocatalytic applications of synthesized self-assembled molecular materials.
The thrust areas of our research include
` Chemical reactions directed molecular self-assembly
` Selenium-based heterocycles in energy and medicinal chemistry
` Bio-chemical sensors
` Covalent organic polymers
Position is open for individuals with UGC/CSIR JRF fellowship or GATE or DST-Inspire fellowship with a background in Chemistry to conduct research with us. Prospective candidates are welcome to apply via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our work on Peptide-based Coassembled Hydrogel for Dermal Wound Healing is published in ACS Applied Bio Materials
Our work on Dynamic Imino-boronate G-quadruplex Hydrogel is published in ACS Applied Bio Materials
Apurba is recognized as ChemComm Pioneering Investigator 2022 in the themed issue of Chemical Communications
Congratulations Tanmay for being awarded with Prime Minister Research Fellowship