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Dr.N.C.Gangi Reddy

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Dr.N.C.Gangi Reddy
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M.Sc., Ph.D.
Department of Chemistry
Yogi Vemana University
Kadapa-516005
Andhra Pradesh, India.

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Qualification

Ph.D. (2007) – Department of Chemistry, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, (A.P.).

PDF/Teaching Experience

• Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa: June 2022 to Till date
• Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa: June 2019 – June 2022.
• Assistant Professor (Selection Grade), Dept. of Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa: June 2006 – June 2019.
• Assistant Professor (Stage 2), Department of Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa: June 2011 – June 2016.
• Assistant Professor (Stage 1), Department of Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa: June 2007 – June 2011.
• Visiting Scientist, Mie University, Graduate School of Engineering, Division of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Tsu, Mie 514- 8507, JAPAN: December, 2009

Administrative Experience

• Chairman, Board of Studies in Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University from 22-01-2021 to till date.
• Member, Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Yogi Vemana University from 24-12-2020 to till date.
• Additional Controller - Controller of Examinations, Yogi Vemana University from 05-10-2017 to 03-02-2020 (2Y 4M).
• Assistant Controller – Controller of Examinations, Yogi Vemana University from 10-01-2017 to 05-10-2017 (09M).
• Coordinator – Research Cell, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa from 18-03-2016 to 05-10-2017 (1Y 7M).
• Warden - YVU Men’s Hostel from 30-01-2015 to 14-03-2017 (2Y 2M).
• Coordinator - Department of Chemistry, Yogi Vemana University from 24-05-2012 to 10-08-2014 (2Y 3M).

Research Projects

• “Design and development of novel donor-acceptor type thiazole-based semiconductor materials for optoelectronic applications”. Principal Investigator (PI) | DST-SERB, New Delhi, India| Rs. 29.9 Lakhs | 2023-2026.
• “Design, synthesis and characterization of novel extractants for the selective extraction of heavy metals in environment”. Principal Investigator (PI) | DAE-BRNS, Mumbai, India | Rs. 24.5 Lakhs | 2012-2015.
• “Synthesis, characterization and DNA binding and cleavage activities of novel macrocyclic hetero organo transition metal complexes” Principal Investigator (PI) | CSIR, New Delhi, India | Rs. 15.5 lakhs | 2010-2013.
• Phytoremediation Uranium enriched soils: A Molecular, Biochemical and Transgenic approach” Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI). DBT, New Delhi | Rs. 23.80 lakhs | 2009-2012.
• Chemical analysis of Soil and water in Rayalaseema region in the project entitled “Agri-Science Park Project” Research Investigator (RI). Department of Industries and Commerce, Hyderabad and Y.V. University, Kadapa | Rs. 3.2 lakhs | 2008-2013.

Research Students

Ph.D Awarded

• Mr. B. Mohan Reddy | Synthesis and Biological activity of medicinally valuable heterocyclic and macrocyclic compounds and development of new methodologies involving C-C/C-N bond formation and bromination reactions.| February, 2016.
• Mr. P. Md. Khaja Mohinuddin | Development of Green and Sustainable Methodologies for Carbon-Carbon and Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation Reactions | March, 2018.
• Mr. Trivikram Reddy Gundala | New Synthetic Approaches to Nitrogen and Sulfur Based Heterocycles and Biological Assessment for Selected Analogs | May, 2018.
• Mr. Kumar | Development of green and sustainable synthetic approaches to thiazole and pyridine based heterocycles and investigation of their photophysical and electrochemical properties| July, 2021.
• Mrs. N. Umadevi | Palladium mediated C-H bond activation for the synthesis of 3,4-dihydroisoquino- lines and 4(3H)-quinazolinone derivatives and development of new synthetic methodologies | December, 2021.

Ph.D Pursuing

1. Y.V. Divyasri (Full-Time).
2. Shaik Sultana (Full-Time) (DST-Inspire).
3. S. Rama Mohana Reddy (Part-Time).
4. K. Chandana Priya (Part-Time).

Achievements / Awards : 01

• Received Associate Fellow ward from Andhra Pradesh Akademi of Sciences, Andhra Pradesh, INDIA; 09th November, 2018.

Research Publications in National & International SCI Journals : 50

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Number of Book Chapters (National / International) : 02
Number of Books Published (National / International) : 05
Number of Conference / Symposia Organized : 01
Number of Conference / Symposia Attended : 50
Reviewed Research Papers of Various Scientific Journals

• The Journal of Organic Chemistry (JOC), (American Chemical Society).
• RSC Advances (Royal Society of Chemistry).
• New Journal of Chemistry (Royal Society of Chemistry).
• ChemElectroChem (Wiley).
• ChemistrySelect (Wiley).
• Synthetic Communications (Taylor & Francis) .
• Research on Chemical Intermediates (RINT) (Springer).
Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and the Related Elements (Taylor & Francis).

Ph.D. Thesis Adjudication

Adjudicated the thesis submitted to the following universities. Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh; Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh; Gulbarga University, Gulbarga, Karnataka; Kuvempu University, Shimoga, Karnataka .

The major research themes in our current research are:
1. Design and synthesis of D-π-A type small molecules for optoelectronic applications
Organic electronics is an interdisciplinary research field involving organic chemistry, physics, electronic engineering and materials science. Organic (opto) electronic materials received substantial attention in both academia and industries because of their promising applications in the fabrication of various organic optoelectronic devices like organic light-emitting devices (OLEDs), organic thin-film-transistors (OTFTs), organic solar cells (OSCs), sensors, photorefractive devices etc. This motivated us to work in the field of organic (opto) electronics. Currently, our research group is actively involved in the design and development of Donor-π-Acceptor (D-π-A) type small organic molecules, particularly, D-π-A type Knoevenagel Adducts, β-Enaminones and thiazole-based fluorescent materials, for optoelectronic applications. Part of the work in this area has been published in reputed international journals such as Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2023, 26, e202300032 (1 of 11), Chemosphere, 2022, 309, 136667, Dyes and Pigments, 2021, 187, 109077; New J. Chem., 2020, 44, 7007; etc.

 

2. Development of green and sustainable synthetic methodologies
Development of green and sustainable synthetic methodologies for the synthesis of medicinally valuable scaffolds is one of the worth mentioning areas of research in synthetic organic chemistry. Accordingly, our investigations largely focused on the development of green and sustainable synthetic methodologies for the synthesis of medicinally privileged heterocycles like highly functionalized pyridines, pyrimidines, dihydropyrimidinones / thiones, thiazoles, triazoles, imidazopyridines, benzimidazoles, 18-membered macrocyclic molecules etc., and key starting materials like α–bromoketones, thioethers, β-enaminones etc. Part of the work in this area has been published in reputed international journals like Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2020,16, 1881; J. Heterocyclic Chem., 2020, 1; Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2017, 1207; J. Chin. Chem. Soc. 2017, 64, 1408; RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 75651; Chinese Chem. Lett., 2014, 25, 179; RSC Advances, 2014, 4, 17196; Chem. Pharm. Bull., 2013, 61, 1114. J. Heterocyclic Chem, 2014, 51, E104; Synthesis, 2013, 45, 75; etc.

 

3. Photocatalysis for dye degradation, hydrogen production and organic transformations
Nanophotocatalysis is an efficient and attractive process for the removal of organic pollutants, hydrogen production and organic conversions as it meets most of the green chemistry principles. Very recently, our research group is focusing on the development of nanophotocatalysts for the degradation of organic dyes, hydrogen production and organic transformations. Part of the work in this area has been published in reputed international journals such as Environmental Pollution 2021, 269, 116170, Results in Chemistry 2022, 4, 100340, Adv. Syn. Catal., 2018, 360, 995; etc.

 
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    Yogi Vemana University
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