Dr. K. S. Lokesh
Novel N4 macrocycles as efficient catalysts for clean energy production
DST (India –Uzbekistan
Aim of the project is to develop novel and non-precious catalysts for hydrogen production from electrochemical water splitting reaction.
Metal organic framework electrocatalysts for water splitting reaction to produce H2 and O2 fuels
Karnataka Science & Technology Academy, Govt of Karnataka, India
Aim is to fabricate bifunctional catalysts for hydrogen and oxygen production from electrochemical water splitting reaction.
N4-Macrocycles for Sensing and Electrocatalytic Applications.
K-FIST of VGST,
Karnataka Govt., India
Research work has yielded simple and reliable electrochemical sensors for the detection and monitoring of various biomolecules and pollutants
Development of N4 macrocycle based cost effective catalysts for PEFC
CSIR, Govt. of India
Novel catalysts based on phthalocyanines have been designed for oxygen reduction reaction in cathode of fuel cells
Co-ordinator from department
Elemental analyser and TGA have been acquired and computer lab has been set up to improve the quality of research
N4 Macrocyclic metal complex SAM layers as stable electrocatalysts and Sensors
Developed simple and reliable electrochemical sensors for the detection and monitoring of various pollutants
Arene-ruthenium complexes for host-guest and DNA
Research fund for talented teachers (RFTT), VGST, Karnataka Govt, India
Synthesised new and novel arene ruthenium complexes and used for photodynamic theraupy studies.
Supramolecular self assembly of arene ruthenium complexes
DST-Fast Track Scheme for young scientist
Synthesised new and novel arene ruthenium complexes and used for biological studies.
Phthalocyanine molecular conductors as stable and suitable electrocatalysts and sensors
Seed Money to Young Scientists for Research, VGST, Karnataka Govt. India
Designed simple and novel electrochemical sensors for the detection and monitoring of various analytes
Self assembled monolayers of N4-macrocycles on gold
New molecules with novel functional groups were synthesised for the chemisorptions and sensing and corrosion applications