Department of Chemical Sciences
School of Natural Sciences

Deepa Khushalani

Deepa Khushalani
Associate Professor
Department of Chemical Sciences
Room No.D-305
Department of Chemical Sciences
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Homi Bhabha Road, Mumbai 400 005, INDIA
91 22 2278 2476/2756
91 22 2280 4610/4610
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Academic Profile
Doctoral Degree
1997, University of Toronto, Canada.
Postdoctoral Experience
1998-2000, University of Bristol, UK.
  • Current Research
  • Selected Publications

Materials Chemistry; Synthesis and characterisation of template mediated formation of novel porous nanomaterials.

  • B. Chandanshive, D. Dyondi, V. R Ajgaonkar, R. Banerjee, D. Khushalani.
    Biocompatibe Calcium Phosphate Based Tubes.
    Journal of Materials Chemistry, 20, 6923 (2010).
  • J Das, F. S. Freitas, I. R. Evans, A. F. Nogueira, D. Khushalani.
    A Facile Nonaqueous Route For Fabricating Titania Nanorods and their Viability in Quasi-Solid State Dye Sensitized Solar Cell.
    Journal of Materials Chemistry 20, 4425 (2010).
  • A. Melvin, R. Vijay, V. R Chaudhari, B. Gupta, R. Prakash, S. Haram, G. Baskar, D. Khushalani.
    A Facile Methodology for the Design of Functionalized Hollow Silica Spheres.
    Journal of Colloid & Interface Sci. 346, 265 (2010).
  • S. Chatterjee, S. Bhattacharyya, D. Khushalani, P. Ayyub.
    Hydrothermally synthesized aligned arrays of self-assembled multiwalled hydrogen titanate nanotubes.
    Crystal Growth and Design. 10, 1215 (2010).
  • J. Das, D. Khushalani.
    A Nonhydrolytic Route for Synthesis of ZnO and Its Use as a Recyclable Photocatalyst.
    Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 114, 2544 (2010)
  • P.P. Bidaye, D. Khushalani, J.B.Fernandes.
    A simple method for synthesis of S-doped TiO2 of high photocatalytic activity.
    Catalysis Letters 134, 169 (2010).