Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira | India
Early Academic Pursuits
Ashadul Adalder embarked on his academic journey with exceptional vigor and dedication. His scholastic voyage commenced with a strong foundation at Kashinagar High School, where he excelled in his 10th-grade examinations with an impressive score of 84.375%. Subsequently, he pursued his higher secondary education at Debnagar M.D.H.S. School, securing an outstanding score of 79.4% in the Science stream. His relentless pursuit of knowledge led him to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Chemistry from Dinabandhu Andrews College, University of Calcutta, where he demonstrated remarkable academic prowess.
Ashadul's professional journey in academia commenced with his Master's degree in Applied Chemistry from Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, where he graduated with flying colors, achieving a remarkable percentage of 84.08%. Subsequently, he pursued a Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), where he achieved a commendable CPI of 9.06 (equivalent to 90.6%). Currently, he is engaged in pursuing his Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry from the University of Calcutta while serving as a dedicated PhD Scholar in the Department of Applied Chemistry at Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira.
Contributions and Research Focus on Nanocomposite Materials
With a specialization in nanomaterials and nanocomposites synthesis, particularly in electrocatalysis, Ashadul has made significant contributions to the field of applied chemistry. His research focuses on exploring the electrocatalytic applications of synthesized nanomaterials for various sustainable energy and environmental remediation purposes. He has garnered extensive experience in operating advanced analytical instruments such as X-ray powder diffractometer (XRD), FTIR spectrometer, UV-Vis spectrometer, BET measurements, ion chromatography, and gas chromatography.
Accolades and Recognition
His academic achievements and research contributions have been widely recognized and celebrated. He secured an impressive All India Rank (AIR) of 139 in GATE 2018 (code XE). He was awarded the M.Sc. Gold Medal in Applied Chemistry by Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Belur, and has been the recipient of prestigious awards such as the S S Bhatnagar Young Scientist Award by the Indian Chemical Society and the Best Paper Awards at various national seminars and conferences.
Impact and Influence
His research endeavors and academic accomplishments have left an indelible mark on the field of applied chemistry. His pioneering work in nanomaterials synthesis and electrocatalysis has the potential to revolutionize sustainable energy production and environmental remediation strategies. As a dedicated educator and researcher, he continues to inspire and mentor aspiring scholars, shaping the future landscape of materials engineering and applied chemistry.
Legacy and Future Contributions
His commitment to excellence, coupled with his relentless pursuit of knowledge, ensures that he will continue to push the boundaries of scientific discovery and make significant contributions to addressing global challenges in energy and the environment. As he continues his academic journey, Ashadul remains steadfast in his mission to advance knowledge and foster a brighter, more sustainable future for generations to come.
- Carbon black supported manganese phthalocyanine: Efficient electrocatalyst for nitrogen reduction to ammonia, 2024, (4)
- Solvothermal synthesis of α–CuPc nanostructures for electrochemical nitrogen fixation under ambient conditions, 2023, (15)
- Controlling the Metal–Ligand Coordination Environment of Manganese Phthalocyanine in 1D–2D Heterostructure for Enhancing Nitrate Reduction to Ammonia, 2023, (3)
- Selective Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Nitrogen to Nitric Acid Using Manganese Phthalocyanine, 2023, (5)
- Strengthening the Metal Center of Co–N4 Active Sites in a 1D–2D Heterostructure for Nitrate and Nitrogen Reduction Reaction to Ammonia, 2023, (21)
- Progress of electrochemical synthesis of nitric acid: catalyst design-mechanistic insights-protocol-challenges, 2023, (12)
- Understanding the Site‐Selective Electrocatalytic Co‐Reduction Mechanism for Green Urea Synthesis Using Copper Phthalocyanine Nanotubes, 2022, (60)