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Innovation & Sustainability Chemistry Consortium

An international multidisciplinary chemistry network providing a training and research environment for future international chemistry leaders in India and United Kingdom


ISCC

Founding Members

The idea behind the creation of ISCC was to bring together a network of scientific leaders from India and the UK that with their combined talents and expertise, could work together on exciting new scientific challenges. This approach will be the first of a kind between India and the UK in the field of sustainable chemistry and would undoubtedly strengthen scientific relations between the two countries. 14 Scientists were selected from 13 different universities spread across the various parts of India and the UK covering individual expertise and with a view to cover both regional diversity and equality across the two nations.

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Stellios ARSENIYADIS |

Institute Name
Queen Mary University of London

area of Research
Asymmetric Catalysis - Natural Product Synthesis - Methodology Development



s.arseniyadis@qmul.ac.uk

+44 (0)20 7882 8445

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Harinath Chakrapani |

Institute Name
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune

area of Research
Chemical Biology - Medicinal Chemistry - Physical Organic Chemistry



harinath@iiserpune.ac.in

+91(0) 20 2590 8090

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Fernanda Duarte |

Institute Name
University of Oxford

area of Research
Computational Chemistry - Reaction Mechanisms - Machine Learning



fernanda.duartegonzalez@chem.ox.ac.uk

+44 (0) 1865 282 770

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Rebecca Goss |

Institute Name
University of St. Andrews

area of Research
GenoChemetics - Chemical Biology - Natural products - Enzyme Discovery - Biosynthetic Elucidation



rjmg@st-andrews.ac.uk

+44 (0)1334 463856

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Anant R. Kapdi |

Institute Name
Institute of Chemical Technology

area of Research
Nucleoside modification - Caged Phosphines - Process Optimization & Development - Palladium Catalysis - Multi-metallic Catalysis - New Synthetic Pathways & Mechanisms



ar.kapdi@ictmumbai.edu.in

+91 (0) 22 3361 2609

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Stephen Hilton |

Institute Name
University College London

area of Research
3D Printing - Chemical Catalysis - Flow Chemistry - Materials Chemistry - Medicinal Chemistry



s.hilton@ucl.ac.uk

+44 (0) 207 7535 804

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Basker Sundaraju |

Institute Name
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

area of Research
C-H bond Functionalisations - (de)Hydrogenative Functionalisations, Valorization of Waste into Chemicals - Homogeneous Catalysis



basker@iitk.ac.in

+91 (0) 0512 259 6758

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Kevin lam |

Institute Name
University of Greenwich

area of Research
Electrosynthesis - Electrochemistry - Radical Chemistry - Organic chemistry - Electron transfers - Voltammetry



k.lam@greenwich.ac.uk

+44 (0)208 331 8435

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Santosh J. Gharpure |

Institute Name
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

area of Research
Organic synthesis - New synthetic methods - Asymmetric Synthesis - Catalysis - Natural Product Synthesis - Organometallic Catalysis



sjgharpure@chem.iitb.ac.in

+91 (0) 22 2576 7171

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Kylie Vincent |

Institute Name
University of Oxford

area of Research
Biotechnology - Bioinorganic Chemistry - Biocatalytic Synthesis - Chemo-Bio Catalysis



kylie.vincent@chem.ox.ac.uk

+44 (0) 1865 282 611

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Kavita Pandey |

Institute Name
Center for Nano and Soft Matter Sciences, Bengaluru

area of Research
Device Physics - Electrochemical Diagnostics - Energy Storage Technologies



kavitapandey@cens.res.in

+91 (0) 80 2308 4200

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Ashok Keerthi |

Institute Name
University of Manchester

area of Research
Graphene Nanoribbons - Conjugated Polymers - Organic Functional Materials - Graphene and other 2D Materials



ashok.keerthi@manchester.ac.uk

+44 (0) 161 306 6795

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R S Swathi |

Institute Name
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram

area of Research
Theoretical Chemistry - Multiscale Modeling and Computation, - Plasmonics - Quantum Chemistry



swathi@iisertvm.ac.in

+91 (0) 471 277 8079