Sanjay Kumar obtained his M. Sc and Ph. D degrees in Chemistry from IIT Kanpur under the supervision of Professor N Sathyamurthy. He was a postdoctoral Fellow from 1994 – 98 at University of Rome “La Sapienza” supported by EU & Max Planck Research Society Fellowships. He came back in 1998 as a Visiting Fellow at Atomic & Molecular Physics, TIFR, Mumbai. He joined the Department of Chemistry, IIT Madras as an Assistant Professor in 1999, became Associate Professor in 2006 and Professor in 2009. He has been also a Visiting Faculty at Department of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, University of Bonn, Germany.
S. Kumar and D. Mathur, Electron attachment to Valence-Excited CO, Phys Rev A59 4809 (1999)
Vibrationally Inelastic Collisions in H+ + CO system: Comparing Quantum Calculations with Experiments, T J Dhilip Kumar and S Kumar, J Chem Phys 121, 191 (2004)
Total Cross Sections for Dissociative Electron Attachment to Ozone, B M Nestmann, V Brems, A Dora and S Kumar, J Phys B: At Mol Opt Phys 38, 75 (2005)
A. Saieswari, S. Kumar, and H Koeppel, Ab initio potential energy surfaces and nonadiabatic interactions in the H+ + NO collision system, J. Chem Phys. 128, 124305-1/11 (2008)
V C Saheer and S. Kumar, Ab initio adiabatic and quasidiabatic potential energy surfaces of H+ + CO system: A study of the ground and the first three excited electronic states J. Chem. Phys. 144, 024307 (2016)
Anusuri, T J Dhilip Kumar, and Sanjay Kumar, Quantum Dynamics of Rortational transitions in CN (X2\sigma+) by H+ Collisions, in Frontiers in Chemistry, 790416 – 2021 (2021)