DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MADRAS

Professor

DR. EDAMANA PRASAD

Biography

Dr. Edamana Prasad is a professor at the Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Madras. He is also working as the Head of Teaching Learning Centre at IIT Madras where a group of faculty members from science and engineering departments, IIT Madras has been actively participating in organizing various activities for improving the teaching-learning process in the higher education sector of the country. Recently, MHRD has sanctioned a project amounting 4.5 crores for TLC to augment its activities. The activities of the center can be viewed by visiting https://tlc.iitm.ac.in

Education

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Research Interests

  • supramolecular self - assembly and photophysical aspects of small and assembled molecular systems.

Representative Publications

 Development of Next-Generation Fluorescent Turn-On Sensor to Simultaneously Detect and Detoxify Mercury in Living Samples, Abdul Malek, Kallol Bera, Shrutidhara Biswas, Govindaraj Perumal, Anand Kant Das, Mukesh Doble, Tiju Thomas, and Edamana Prasad; Analytical Chemistry 2019, 91 (5), 3533–3538.

 A Mixed Ligand Approach towards Lanthanide Based Gels Using Citric Acid as Assembler Ligand: White Light Emission and Environmental Sensing. Alphy Sebastian, Malay Krishna Mahato and Edamana Prasad; Soft Matter, 2019, 15, 3407-3417.

 Role of Hydrophobicity in Tuning the Intracellular Uptake of Dendrone-Based Fluorophores for in vitro Metal Ion Sensing. Neelakandan Vidhyalakshmi, Ramya Kannan (both are first authors), Vignesh Muthuvijayan and Edamana Prasad; Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces, 2019, DOI: 10.1016/j.colsurfb.2019.03.062

 Effect of Slip-Stack Self-Assembly on Aggregation-Induced Emission and Solid-State Luminescence in 1,3-Diarylpropynone. Soumya Sivalingam, Kingshuk Debsharma (both are first authors), Ayan Dasgupta, Sethuraman Sankararaman and Edamana Prasad; Chempluschem, 2019, DOI: 10.1002/cplu.201900024.

  Transitions in Unmodified and Modified Bitumen using FTIR Spectroscopy. M. R. Nivitha, Edamana Prasad and J. Murali Krishnan; Materials and Structures 2019, 52, 7.

DR. EDAMANA PRASAD

Professor
pre@iitm.ac.in
+91-44-2257-4232
  • KCL 105, Department of Chemistry
  • Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  • Chennai - 600036
  • INDIA

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