IIEST, Shibpur

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

(Formerly Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)

Empowering the nation since 1856

आई आई ई एस टि, शिवपुर

भारतीय अभियांत्रिकी विज्ञान एवं प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान, शिवपुर

(पूर्व में बंगाल इंजीनियरिंग एंड साइंस यूनिवर्सिटी)

१८५६ से देश को सशक्त बनाना

Prof. Sabyasachi Sarkar

Honorary Visiting Professor

Centre for Healthcare Science & Technology, IIEST, Shibpur

Academic Qualifications

  • Ph.D.: Gorakhpur University (India), 1975
    (Ph.D. Supervisors: Research initiated in 1967 under Prof. P.B Sarkar Dr. es. Sc., F.N.A, formerly Head , Chemistry Department, Calcutta University and after his demise in 1971 completed this under Professor R. P. Rastogi, F.N.A., Head, Chemistry Department, Gorakhpur University and Ex-vice Chanceller, Banaras Hindu University.)
  • M.Sc.: University of Calcutta , 1966
  • B.Sc. (Honours in Chemistry): University of Calcutta (India), 1964
  • Post-doctoral Research:
    University of Dortmund (Germany), 1976-1977
    University of Bielefeld (Germany), 1977-1978



  1. Residence : +91 33 2668 6464
  2. Mobile: +91 89024 99683, +91 98305 62156, +91 94151 27635


  1. Office: U-804, Acharya S. N. Bose Building
  2. Laboratory : Nanoscience and Synthetic Leaf Laboratory at Downing Hall, Centre for Healthcare Science and Technology, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, Botanic Garden, Howrah 711103, India
  3. Email: sabby@chem.iiests.ac.in, abya@iitk.ac.in, protozyme@gmail.com

Area of Research

  • Bioinorganic Chemistry
  • Nano Science
  • Analytical and Environmental Chemistry
  • Abundant Earth Energy
  • Chemical Darwinism

Courses undertaken

PG Courses

  • Bio Inorganic Chemistry
  • Synthesis of Organic and Inorganic compound
  • Research Methodology (Advanced Bio Inorganic Chemistry)

Recent Publications (Last 10)

  1. M Bose, G Moula, A Begum, S Sarkar, Synthesis and characterization of cyano and isocyano complexes of bis (dithiolato) molybdenum using Me 3 SiCN: a route to a cyanide-bridged multimer to a mono..., New Journal of Chemistry, 42 (7), 5580-5592, 2018
  2. T Dutta, J Ganguly, S Sarkar, Pico-level DNA sensing by hetero-polymetalate, Na 10 {Dy 2 W 10 O 30 (µ-S) 6}· 80H 2 O, cluster, Applied Nanoscience, Pages: 1-7, 2018
  3. V Srivastava, S Sarkar, J Jena, M Mohanty, Analysis of Therapeutic Outcome of Antidiabetic Medications in a Tertiary Care Hospital-an Observational Study, Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism, 8 (11), 2017
  4. B Pakhira, A Samanta, G S Das and S Sarkar, Graphene oxide : A No-Acid Low-Temperature Synthesis from Graphite, ChemistrySelect, (2017), 02, 5564–5569.
  5. D G Babar, B Pakhira and S Sarkar, DNA–carbon nano onion aggregate: triangle, hexagon, six-petal flower to dead-end network, Appl. NanoSci., (2017), DOI: 10.1007/s13204-017-0570-2.
  6. D G Babar and S Sarkar, Self-Assembled Nanotubes from Single Fluorescent Amino Acid Appl. NanoSci., (2017), 07, 101-107.
  7. K M Tripathi, A Bhati, A Singh, A K Sonker, S Sarkar, and S K Sonkar, Sustainable changes in the contents of metallic micronutrients in first generation gram seeds imposed by carbon nano-onions: A life cycle seed to seed study, ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng., (2017), 05, 2906-2916.
  8. J Mitra and S Sarkar, Substrate Induced Morphology in a Hydrosulfide-Molybdenum Complex, New J. Chem., (2016), 40, 8905-8910.
  9. T Dutta and S Sarkar, Nano Carbon - {[Na 10 (PrW 10 O 36 )] 2 .130H 2 O} Composite to Detect Toxic Food Coloring Dyes at Nano Level, Appl. Nanosci., (2016), 06, 1191–1197.
  10. B Pakhira, M Ghosh, A Allam and S Sarkar, Carbon Nano Onions Cross Blood Brain Barrier, RSC Adv., (2016), 06, 29779-29782.

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