Latest News:

August 19

Congratulations to Purusattam, Sayan and Pramod for their recent article in Organic Letters " Dicarbofunctionalizations of an Unactivated Alkene via Photoredox/Nickel Dual Catalysis." Please check it out Org. Lett. 2022, 24, 6261–6265.

August 7

We welcome Suranjana, Rayan & Abhirup as BS-MS project student for pursuing their MS project

JuLy 28

We welcome Angshuman as graduate student in our group. Best wishes to you. 

JuLy 22

Congratulations to Kakoli, Pradip & Pramod for their recent publication on Chem Commun. "Enantioselective C–H bond functionalization of aromatic ketones with 1,6-enynes via photoredox/cobalt dual catalysis" Please check it out Chem. Commun., 2022,58, 9516-9519.

June 22

Kuhali successfully completed presubmission seminar. Looking forward to her thesis.

June 22

We congratulate Dr. Satyadeep Waiba for defending his Ph.D. thesis. Best wishes to him.

May 22

Kundan & Mohit successfully defended their MS thesis. Congratulations to them.

May 22

We welcome Suranjana, Sakshi, Anusha & Anirudh as summer project students.

May 22

Congratulations to Kuhali and Satyadeep for their recent comprehensive review on Chem. Soc. Rev. " Manganese-catalyzed hydrogenation, dehydrogenation, and hydroelementation reactions" Please check it out Chem. Soc. Rev., 2022,51, 4386-4464

April 22

Congratulation Ayan for his recent publication in JACS "Dual Metalation in a Two-Dimensional Covalent Organic Framework for Photocatalytic C–N Cross-Coupling Reactions" Please check it out J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2022, 144, 7822-7833

 .....The Team.....


Syntheses of organic molecules in simple, efficient, and cost effective manner are of great importance to the human society for making molecules for pharmaceuticals, chemical industry, materials science, energy supply, crop-protection, nutrition etc. In this respect catalysis is the key technology for the development of such processes and is becoming more and more important in 21st century. My research area focuses on the development of small molecular catalysts using cheap and abundant resources for environmentally benign and economically sound catalytic transformations. It combines the knowledge of organic synthesis, organometallic chemistry and physical organic chemistry for the activation of small molecules and asymmetric transformations with the aim to produce synthetically and pharmaceutically relevant molecules.