Faculty At Chemistry Department

Dr. Suvankar Dasgupta
Dr. Suvankar Dasgupta
Assistant Professor
Basic Information Research Interest:-Supramolecular Chemistry, Host-Guest Chemistry, Mechanically Interlocked Molecules, Ion-receptors, Stimuli-Responsive Materials. Visit homepage: Click here
Email :- suvankar@nitp.ac.in
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Subjects Teaching in Department
  1. Aspects of Organic Chemistry CH7103
  2. Chemical Sciences Laboratory CH102
  3. Chemical Sciences CH101A
  4. Green Technology CH104
Educational Qualification
  1. PhD - National University of Singapore - 2012
  2. MSc - Indian Institute of Technology Madras - 2007
  3. BSc - Presidency College, University of Calcutta - 2005
    Memberships & Society
    1. Royal Society of Chemistry
    2. American Chemical Society
      Work Experiences
      1. Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, NIT Patna, Present
      2. Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of IPC, IISc Bangalore, 2013 - 2014
      3. Research Fellow, Department of Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, NTU singapore, 2012-2013
        1. Comprehensive Supramolecular Chemistry, Second Edition, Suvankar Dasgupta* and Jishan Wu*, Elsevier - 2017.
          1. Suvankar Dasgupta,* and Partha Sarathi Mukherjee*, Carboxylatopillar[n]arenes: A versatile water soluble synthetic receptor. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. - 2017,10.1039/C6OB02214F, I.F. = 3.5.
          2. Suvankar Dasgupta,* Aniket Chowdhury and Partha Sarathi Mukherjee*, Binding of carboxylatopillar[5]arene with alkyl and aryl ammonium salts in aqueous medium. RSC Advances. - 2015,85791-85798, I. F. = 3.8.
          3. Suvankar Dasgupta and Jishan Wu*, Formation of [2]rotaxanes by encircling [20], [21] and [22]crown ethers onto the dibenzylammonium dumbbell. Chemical Science. - 2012,425-432, I. F. = 9.2.
          4. Suvankar Dasgupta, Kuo-Wei Huang and Jishan Wu*, Trifluoromethyl acting as stopper in [2]rotaxane. Chemical Communications. - 2012,4821-4823, I. F. = 6.8.
          5. Suvankar Dasgupta and Jishan Wu*, Template-Directed Synthesis of Kinetically and Thermodynamically Stable Molecular Necklace Using Ring Closing Metathesis. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. - 2011,3504-3515, I. F. = 3.5.
          6. Jun Yin, Suvankar Dasgupta and Jishan Wu*, Synthesis of [n]Rotaxanes by Template-Directed Clipping: The Role of the Dialkylammonium Recognition Sites. Organic Letters. - 2010,1712-1715, I. F. = 6.3.
            International Conferences
            1. Jun Yin, Suvankar Dasgupta, Wu Jishan* , Template Directed Synthesis of Supramolecular Architectures, 2nd NUS-Seoul National University Joint Symposium on Recent Trends in Synthesis, Characterization and Applications.  Singapore - Mar 2010, .
            2. Suvankar Dasgupta, Wu Jishan* , A Journey to the Smallest [2]Rotaxane, NTU-JSPS Joint Symposium on Recent Advances in Organic Synthesis.  Singapore - Aug 2011, .
            3. Jun Yin, Suvankar Dasgupta, Wu Jishan* , Template Directed Synthesis of Supramolecular Architectures, Singapore-China-India Symposium on Crystal Engineering.  Singapore - Aug 2010, .
            4. Suvankar Dasgupta, Partha Sarathi Mukherjee, Pillar[5]arene in Host-Guest Chemistry, HUMBOLDT KOLLEG on Interdisciplinary Science: Catalyst for Sustainable Progress.  Bangalore - 2014, .
            1. Ongoing Project on "Host-Guest chemistry for stimuli-responsive systems", DST-SERB, Approx 41 Lakh
            2. Ongoing Institute SEED Project.