Dr. Tanmoy Rath (Faculty)

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Dr. Tanmoy Rath

Assistant Professor (Chemistry),
Department of Basic Science

6294514373   |   [email protected]



Qualifications
Ph.D: Materials Science Centre, IIT, Kharagpur, India (April.2009) M.Sc: Chemistry, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India (2003) --- 1st Class (72.5%) B.Sc : Chemistry, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India (2001) ----1st Class (65.62%) CSIR-NET: Chemical Sciences, HRDG-New Delhi, India (2005). Postdoc: Japan(AIST), South Korea(KAIST)
Subject Expertise
Chemistry
Area Of Research
 Polymer composites and Nano-Composites.  Carbon nanomaterials filled conductive composites.  Polymer-Clay nanocomposites.  CNT and Graphene based nanocomposites for supercapacitor applications.  Supercapacitors are complementary to batteries, since they present higher power density, higher charge-discharge rates, better cycle stability, and safer operation than batteries. Nevertheless, the energy density of supercapacitors is lower than the one in batteries. Consequently, it has raised the question of how to increase the energy density of supercapacitors without deteriorating its power density and safety.  Nanosilica based polymer nanocomposites for superhydrophobic surface applications for improvement of the performance of solar panels.
Professional Experience
 Journal Reviewer: i. Applied Physics A ii. Sensor and Actuator B iii. Synthetic Metals iv. Diamond and related Materials. v. Materials Research Express Vi. Advance Engineering Materials Vii. Materials Today Communication Thesis Guided (PG): 1. M.Tech Student---------------05 2. M.Sc Tech Student------------02
Projects Executed
Project Title: 1. Development of Flexible graphene/polymer composites film for supercapacitor applications. (Completed) Sanctioned no. SR/FTP/ETA-16/2012 Agency: DST, Govt. of India Period: 06.12.2012 to 05.03.2016 (3 Years 3 Months) Amount: 24,62,000/- Lakhs Principal Investigator: Dr. Tanmoy Rath 2. Facile synthesis and development of 3D-graphene/ WS2/oxydized-CNT nanohybrids as advanced electrode materials for high performance flexible supercapacitors. (Ongoing). Sanctioned no. DST/TMD/MES/2k18/180 (Stream A). Date: 21.06.2019 to till Date Agency: DST, Govt. of India Amount: Rs. 56,01,992/- Co-Investigator: Dr. Tanmoy Rath 3. Synthesis of hierarchical mesoporous [email protected]/3D-RGO hybrid composite for high performance supercapacitor electrode (Completed). Sanctioned no. 1-5708294912 Date: 18.06.2019 - 30/06/2021 Agency: NPIU-MHRD, Govt. of India Amount: Rs. 17,42,000/- Principal Investigator(PI): Dr. Tanmoy Rath
List Of Publications
List of Research Publications: 1. Improvement of compatibility, thermal stability and mechanical properties of poly(phenylene oxide)(PPO) and liquid crystalline polymer(LCP) blends with epoxy containing acrylate rubber(ACM) as a compatibilizer. Tanmoy Rath, Polymer (Submitted) 2. Different Route of Intracellular Polyhydroxyalkanoates Synthesis: Adaptation of Biomedical fields through Conjugation with different Biomaterials or itself. Nilkamal Pramanik, Tanmoy Rath. Materials Today Bio (Submitted). 3. High electrochemical performance flexible solid-state supercapacitor based on Co-doped reduced graphene oxide and silk fibroin composites. Tanmoy Rath, Nilkamal Pramanik, Sandeep Kumar. Energy 2017, 141, 1982-1988. Impact Factor = 8.857. ISSN: 0360-5442 4. Polyhydroxybutyrate-co-hydroxyvalerate copolymer modified graphite oxide based 3D scaffold for tissue engineering application. Nilkamal Pramanik, Saurav Bhattacharya, Tanmoy Rath, Ranjan Kumar Basu,Patit Paban Kundu. Materials Science and Engineering C 2019, 94, 534 - 546. Impact Factor = 8.457. ISSN: 0928-4931 5. Fabrication of magnetite nanoparticles doped reduced graphene oxide grafted polyhydroxyalkanoate nanocomposite for tissue engineering application. Nilkamal Pramanik, P.P.Kundu, Tanmoy Rath. RSC Advances 2016, 6(52), 46116-46133. Impact Factor = 4.036. ISSN 2046-2069. ISSN: 2046-2069, Issue no. 52 6. “Reduced graphene oxide paper based nanocomposites materials for flexible supercapacitor.” Tanmoy Rath, P.P Kundu. RSC Advances 2015, 5(34), 26666–26674. Impact Factor = 4.036. ISSN 2046-2069., Issue 34 7. "Microbial degradation of linseed oil based elastomer and subsequent accumulation of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) copolymer". N. Pramanik, Tanmoy Rath, P.P. Kundu. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 2014, 174(4), 1613-30. Impact Factor = 3.094. ISSN: 0273-2289. ISSN: 1559-0291, Issue 4 8. “Nanocomposites based on polystyrene-b-poly (ethylene-r-butylene)-b-polystyrene and Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplates blend: Effect of Nanoplatelet loading on morphology and mechanical properties”. Tanmoy Rath, Yongjin Li. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 2011, 42(12), 1995-2002. Impact Factor = 9.463. ISSN: 1359-835X. Issue 12 9. “Mechanical, morphological and thermal properties of in situ ternary composites based on poly (ether imide), silicone rubber and liquid crystalline polymer”. T. Rath, S. Kumar, R. N. Mahaling, B. B. Khatua, C. K. Das and S. B. Yadaw. Materials Science and Engineering A, Volume 2008, 490, Issues 1-2:198-207. Impact Factor – 6.044. ISSN: 0921-5093. Issue 1-2 10. “Flexible composite of PEEK and Liquid Crystalline Polymer in Presence of Polyphosphazene”. T. Rath, S. Kumar, R. N. Mahaling, M. Mukherjee, K. N. Pandey, A. K. Saxena, C. K. Das, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 104:3758–3765(2007). Impact Factor = 3.057. ISSN: 0021-8995. Issue 6 11. “Processing and characterization of carbon nanofiber/syndiotactic polystyrene reinforced composites in the absence and presence of Liquid crystalline polymer”. S.Kumar, T.Rath, C.K.Das. Composites Part A: applied science and manufacturing 38:1304–1317(2007). Impact Factor = 9.463. ISSN: 1359-835X. Issue 5 12. “Study on mechanical, morphological and electrical properties of carbon nanofiber/polyetherimide composites”.S. Kumar, T. Rath, R.N. Mahaling, C.S.Reddy, C.K. Das, K.N. Pandey, S.B. Yadaw. Materials Science and Engineering B 141:61–70(2007). Impact Factor = 4.051. ISSN: 0921-5107. Issue 1-2 13. “Multi-walled carbon nanotubes/pol/ymer composites in absence and presence of acrylic elastomer (ACM)”.S.Kumar, T.Rath, R.N.Mahaling, B.B.Khatua, C.K.Das. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 9:2981-2990(2009). Impact Factor = 1.354. ISSN: 1533-4880. Issue 5 14. Preparation and Characterization of Poly(methyl methacrylate)/Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube Composites. S. Kumar, T.Rath, A.Dhibar, B.B.Khatua, C.K.Das. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 9:4644-4655(2009). Impact Factor = 1.354. ISSN: 1533-4880. Issue 8 15.“Mechanical and morphological study of PPS/LCP blends compatibilized with a maleic anhydride grafted copolymer”.T. Rath, S. Kumar, R. N. Mahaling, S. B.Yadaw and C. K. Das, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 106:3721–3728(2007). Impact Factor = 3.057. ISSN: 0021-8995. Issue 6 16.“The flexible PEI composites”.T.Rath, S.Kumar, R.N.Mahaling, M.Mukerjee, C.K.Das. Polymer Composites 27:533-538(2006). Impact Factor = 3.531. ISSN: 0272-8397. Issue 5 17. “In Situ Reinforcement of Poly (butylene terephthalate) and Butyl Rubber by Liquid Crystalline Polymer”. S. Kumar, T. Rath, R. N. Mahaling, C. K. Das, R. B. Srivastava, S. B. Yadaw. Polymer Composites 30(5):655-664 (2009). Impact Factor = 3.531. ISSN: 0272-8397. Issue 5 18. “Effect of Clay Platelet dispersion as affected by the manufacturing techniques on Thermal and Mechanical Properties of PMMA/Clay Nanocomposites”. A. K. Dhibar, S. Mallick, T. Rath and B. B. Khatua. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 113:3012-3018(2009). Impact Factor = 3.057. ISSN: 0021-8995. Issue 5 19. “Effect of polyphosphazene Elastomer on the properties of blend of Nylon 66 and Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polymer (Vectra A950)”.S. Bose, M. Mukherjee, T. Rath, C. K. Das. A. K. Saxena. Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites 28(2):157-166 (2009). Impact Factor = 3.383. ISSN: 0731-6844. Issue 2 20.“Effects of Rubber/Filler Interaction on the developments of Physical, Mechanical and Interfacial Properties of Vamac/ Silica Nanocomposites”,R.N.Mahaling, S. Kumar, T.Rath and C. K. Das, Journal of Elastomers and Plastics 39:253-268(2007). Impact Factor = 2.215. ISSN: 0095-2443. Issue 3 21.“Acrylic elastomer/filler nanocomposite: effect of silica nanofiller on thermal, mechanical and interfacial adhesion”.R. N. Mahaling, S. Kumar, T. Rath and C. K.Das. Plastics, Rubber and Composites 36:267-273(2007). Impact Factor = 1.80. ISSN: 1465-8011. Issue 6 22. Self-reinforcing composites based on ethylene acrylic elastomer(Vamac B124/TLCP). S.Kumar, T.Rath, R.N.Mahaling, C.S.Reddy and C.K.Das. Kauchuk I Rezina. 3:2-8 (2006). ISSN: 0022-9466. 23.“Mechanochemical Recycling of Sulfur Cured Gum Natural Rubber”G.K.Jana, T. Rath, A Kozlowska, M Kozlowski and C K Das. Polimery 52(2), 131 – 136, (2007). Impact Factor = 1.528. ISSN: 0032-2725. Issue 2 24. “Simulation of Fiber orientation in PC/LCP blends”. T. Rath, C.K. Das, S. Alam, T. N. Chung, G. Mennig. Journal of Polymer Materials 25(3):293(2008). Impact Factor = 0.355. ISSN: 0970-0838.  Book/Book Chapter: 1. Polymer Nanocomposites based on Inorganic and organic Nanomaterials: Chapter 3: Carbon Nanofibers: Synthesis, Properties and Applications. Tanmoy Rath. ISBN: 978-1-1191-7910-8. Wiley, Scrivener Publishing, USA), Date: 3rd July 2015. 2.Thermoplastics-LCP composites: Effect of Compatibilizers. Published by Lambert Academic Publishing Company. Tanmoy Rath. ISBN: 978-3-659-32438-3. Publication Date: 22/04/2013. 3. Handbook of Vinyl Polymers: Radical Polymerization, Process, and Technology, Second Edition. Chapter 17: Vinyl Polymers and it’s Special Uses, pp. 545 - 602, (Taylor and Francis) Publisher CRC, USA, C. K. Das , T. Rath, S. Kumar, ISBN: 978-0-8247-2595-2, Publication Date: 07/24/2008. 4. “Quantum Dots: properties and Applications”. Chapter: Quantum Dots Based Materials for New Generation Supercapacitors Application: Gaurav Tatrari, Manoj Karakoti, Mayank Pathak, Tanmoy Rath, Nanda Gopal Sahoo. Materials Research Forum LLC, USA. 5. “Biomechanics and Functional Tissue Engineering”, Chapter 8: Current Scenario of Regenerative Medicine: Roll of Cell, Scaffold and Growth Factor. Nilkamal Pramanik and Tanmoy Rath. IntechOpen Rijeka: Janeza Trdine 9, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia London: 5 Princes Gate Court, London, SW7 2QJ, UK, ISBN: 978-1-83880-417-8. Date: 24.11.2021
Conference Attended (National/International)
1. “Reduced graphene oxide based electrode materials for high performance supercapacitor”. Tanmoy Rath, 2nd International conference on Nanotechnology (ICNT 2015). February 19-22, 2015 at Haldia Institute of Technology, Haldia, West Bengal, India. 2. “Flexible energy storage device based on Graphene nanocomposites as a supercapacitor electrode”. Tanmoy Rath, International Conference on ‘Advancements in Polymeric Materials’ (APM 2014) – Trends & Technology. February 14-16, 2014, CIPET, Bhubaneswar, India. 3.“Preparation of polysulfone/polyamide/Mica Nanocomposites Using High-Shear Processing”. Tanmoy Rath, Yongjin Li, Hiroshi Shimizu, 26th Annual Meeting of the Polymer Processing Society July 4-8, 2010, University of Calgary, Alberta, Banff, Canada. 4.“Study on Thermal, Morphology and Electrical Characteristics of Acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS)/CNT Nanocomposites in presence and absence of Liquid crystalline polymer” Tanmoy Rath, C. K. Das and S. B. Yadaw. Chemical Congress – 2008, May 23 – 25, 2008. Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal. 5. “Studies on blends of PPO/LCP in presence and absence of epoxy containing acrylate rubber.” Tanmoy Rath, C. K. Das and S. B. Yadaw, 9th Arab International Conference on polymer Science and Technology. 18-22 November, 2007.Cairo Univrsity, Cairo, Egypt. 6. “Fibrillation study in sPS-LCP blends as affected by the processing parameters”. Tanmoy Rath, K. Banik, T. N. Chung, G. Mennig and Chapal Kr. Das. Polychar-14, Nara Women's University in Nara City, JAPAN, April17th-22nd, 2006. 7. “Blends of a Thermotropic Liquid-Crystal Polyester With Poly (Ether Sulfone)”, Tanmoy Rath, S. B. Yadaw and C. K. Das. ETPST, (2006), 8-9 Sept. 2006, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. 8. “In-situ fibrillation of liquid crystalline polymer in the presence of Ethylene Acrylic elastomers”. S. Kumar, Tanmoy Rath, R.N. Mahaling, C.S. Reddy, C.K. Das, K.N. Pandey and S. B. Yadaw. (Published in proceeding of IFC 2006, Seoul National university, Korea. pp 109-110). 9. “The Flexible PEI composites” Tanmoy Rath, K.N.Pandey, A.K.Saxena, K.U.B.Rao, C. K. Das. 19th Rubber Conference, December 2005,IRMRA, 19 – 20th Dec., 2005 Mumbai, India Scientific: (a) Faculty Development Program i. “Professional Development Training” under TEQIP-III, organized by IIM Kashipur, Uttarakhand. February 05th - 09th, 2018. ii. “Faculty Induction Program” Under TEQIP-III, organized by IIT Kanpur. February 09th to 13th 2018. (b) Refreshers Course through SWAYAM (ARPIT) i. Nanotechnology, Science and application--- 29th July 2019 to 29th September 2019 (08 weeks) (b) Short Term Course (STC) i. “Artificial Intelligence and Optimization” organized by MCE, Motihari and NITTTR, Chandigarh, 21st -25th January 2019. (c) Workshops i. Participated in one day Workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights & Patent Filing”. Loknayak Jai Prakash Institute of Technology (LNJIPT), Chapra, Bihar in association with SPIU Bihar. 30th November 2018. ii. Participated in five days training workshop on “Advance Pedagogy and Digital Tools”. Organized by Dept. of Management Studies and Dept. of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee. 17th to 21st June 2019. iii. Participated in Two Days Online Workshop on “Outcome Based Education (OBE) & Preparedness for NBA Accreditation” Organized by State Project Implementation Unit, Bihar (SPIU Bihar) under TEQIP-III Project on 29-30th May 2020. iv. Participated in e-Workshop on “Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices”, organized by Dept. of Chemical Engineering, IIT Delhi, 07th to 11th December 2020.
Awards and Honors
 Honors and Awards:  Bronze Medal from Midnapore college for 1st class in B.Sc examination in 2001  Fast Track young scientist award for the year 2012 -2016 from DST, Govt. of India. This award contained a three years independent project (i.e. under own principal investigatorship) to implement a few innovative ideas on Supercapacitor research in India.
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