Notification | Applications are invited for the following UGC Major Research Project, Government of India sponsored position in the CNST, IST

Dr. K.Venkateswara Rao M.Sc, M.Tech, Ph.D. Jawaharlal Nehru Technological UniversityHead &
Associate ProfessorHyderabad Kukatpally,

Centre for Nano Science and Technology Andhra Pradesh, India.
Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Telephone Number [O]: +91-40-23050876
E-mail: kalagadda2003@gmail.comMobile Number: +91 9440858664 Fax Number: + 91-40-23050876


Applications are invited for the following UGC Major Research Project, Government of India
sponsored position in the Centre for Nano Science and Technology, entitled “SYNTHESIS
candidates. Candidates interested are requested to send their applications to the Principal
Investigator on or before 27-08-2012. Selected candidates will be called for an interview before
the selection committee intimating the date and venue.

Positions Qualification
pay for month
JRF (one) Master Degree in
Nano Technology
14,000 /- 3 years

About the Project:Nano structured metal oxides have attracted considerable interest in the
past decade because of their unique properties as well as their potential industrial applications.
Nano meter-sized particles have very different physical and chemical properties from bulk
materials. Various methods such as thermal decomposition, solution combustion method,
chemical vapour deposition, sol-gel, spray pyrolysis, and precipitation have been developed for
the fabrication of nano structured metal oxides. One of the major barriers to the application of
RTILs in various fields arises from their high cost relative to conventional solvents. In order to
overcome this problem, also better tune and tailor the physicochemical properties of the RTIL
of interest in a favourable fashion, researchers have started to focus on Room Temperature
Ionic Liquids (RTIL) based mixed green molecular solvent systems. There is significant
progress in the applications of RTILs to synthetic-organic chemistry, catalysis, separation,
electrochemistry, biopolymers and molecular self-assemblies. Microwave irradiations have
been used for acceleration of organic reactions for some time, because the method is generally
fast, simple, energy efficient and less time consuming. It has shown very rapid growth in its
application to materials science due to its unique reaction effects such as rapid volumetric
heating and the consequent dramatic increase in reaction rates. RTILs are excellent microwaveabsorbing

agents due to their high ionic conductivity and polarizability, thus leading to a high
heating rate and a significantly shortened reaction time. For these reasons, Microwave-
Assisted Room-Temperature Ionic Liquid (MARTIL) method has been applied for the
preparation of nanostructured metal oxides.

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