Dr. Satyaprakash Ahirwar

Designation : Assistant Professor

Broad Area of Expertise : Materials Engineering

Email : satyaprakash{at}iitgoa.ac.in

Contact Number : 0832-2490-146

Address : PG Block, IIT Goa

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Educational Qualifications

  1. Ph.D., Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, IIT Bombay (2018)
  2. B. Tech. + M. Tech. (Dual Degree), Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, IIT Bombay (2011)

Areas of Research

Functionalized Nanostructured Materials (Synthesis, Characterization and Applications), Graphene derivatives, Graphene Quantum Dot derivatives, Cancer Therapy, Photodynamic Therapy, Energy Storage, Waste Management


Courses Taught

ME222 - Engineering Metallurgy


Professional Appointments

  1. Assistant Professor, School of Chemical and Materials Sciences, IIT Goa (Nov. 2021 – Present)
  2. Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, VIT Vellore (Apr. 2019 – Oct. 2021)
  3. Project Research Scientist, IIT Bombay and Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer, Tata Memorial Centre (Sep. 2018 – Apr. 2019)

Recent Publications

Patents

  1. S. Ahirwar, S. Mallick, D. Bahadur: Indian Patent application number: 201721012429; ‘Method for Preparing Graphene Quantum Dots and Graphene Oxide Quantum Dots’ (Status: Granted, Patent No.: 334330, Grant Date: 11-03-2020)
  2. S. Ahirwar, S. Mallick, D. Bahadur: Indian Patent application number: 201721014137; ‘Method for Photodynamic Therapy of Cancer Cells using Graphene based Quantum Dots’ (Status: Granted, Patent No.: 357302, Grant Date: 29-01-2021)
  3. V. Jangir, S. Ahirwar, S. Mallick: Indian Patent application number: 201821038649; ‘Method for Recovering Yttrium Oxide from Phosphor’ (Status: Granted, Patent No.: 398773, Grant Date: 08-06-2022)

Publications

  1. S. Ahirwar, S. Mallick, D. Bahadur: ‘Electrochemical Method to Prepare Graphene Quantum Dots and Graphene Oxide Quantum Dots’, ACS Omega (2017) 8343−8353.
  2. S. Ahirwar, S. Mallick, D. Bahadur: ‘Photodynamic Therapy Using Graphene Quantum Dot Derivatives’, Journal of Solid State Chemistry 282 (2019) 121107.
  3. S. Kumar, S. Ahirwar, A. Satpati: ‘Insight into the PEC and Interfacial Charge Transfer Kinetics at the Mo Doped BiVO4 Photoanodes’, RSC Advances 9 (2019) 41368−41382.
  4. D. D. Pathak, S. Ahirwar, B. P. Mandal, A. K. Tyagi: ‘Improved Li storage performance of SnO nanodisc on SnO2 Quantum dots embedded carbon matrix’, Nanotechnology 33 (2022) 30 305401.

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