Profile of Dr. D. Gnanaprakash

Professional Brief

 

Professional Experience

Graduate research assistant, Research foundation for the state University of New York
Research fellow under the Post Graduate Research Programme, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Honors, Awards & Grants

University gold medal, National Institute of Technology, Calicut

2011

Research fellow under the Post Graduate Research Programme, National Energy Technology Laboratory

2014

Sponsored Research Projects

S. No Title of the project Role Funding agency and year of sanction Budget Lakhs Duration
and status
1 Sensing CO, NO2 and NO with plasmonic materials for high temperature applications Principal Investigator Aeronautics Research & Development Board, 2018 27.765 3 years
(Ongoing)
2 Highly transparent and conducting flexible films for aircraft canopy applications Co-Investigator Aeronautics Research & Development Board, 2019 14.328 3 years
(Sanctioned)
3 Development of Amorphous Tin Oxide based Active Channel Layers and Fabrication of a High Mobility Transistor with Stable Operation Co-Investigator Science and Engineering Research Board, 2019 76.45 3 years
(Sanctioned)

Publications

List of papers published in SCI journals
Solution processed boron doped indium oxide thin‑film as channellayer in thin‑film transistors
D. Gnanaprakash
Journal of Materials Science Materials in Electronics, 2019 30: 18696
Chemical sensing dependence on metal oxide thickness for hightemperature plasmonics-based sensors
D. Gnanaprakash, Dharmalingam, Michael A. Carpenter
Sensors and Actuators B | 2017 | Volume 251, Page 1104 – 1111
Thermal energy harvesting near-infrared radiation and accessing low temperatures with plasmonic sensors
D. Gnanaprakash, N. A. Karker, G. Dharmalingam, M.A. Carpenter
Nanoscale | 2015 | Volume 7, Page 17798 – 17804
Thermal Energy Harvesting Plasmonic Based Chemical Sensors
D. Gnanaprakash, N. A. Karker, G. Dharmalingam, M.A. Carpenter
ACS Nano | 2014 | Volume 8, Page 10953 – 10962
Plasmonics-based detection of H2 and CO: discrimination between reducing gases facilitated by material control
D. Gnanaprakash, G. Dharmalingam, N. A. Joy, B. Grisafe, M. A. Carpenter
Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology | 2012 | Volume 3, Page 712 – 721

Conferences / Seminars
Harsh Environment Compatible Plasmonics based Chemical Sensors
D. Gnanaprakash, Nicholas Karker, Michael Carpenter
Optical Sensors, Optical Society of America | 2017 | Pages SeTu3D. 5
Investigation of the optical and sensing characteristics of nanoparticle arrays for high temperature applications
D. Gnanaprakash, Michael Carpenter
2015 Sensors for Extreme Harsh Environments II, 949108 | 2015 | Proc. SPIE 9491
Morphological control of YSZ encapsulated gold nanoparticles for emissions sensing: Discrimination between reducing gases facilitated by material control
D. Gnanaprakash, Michael Carpenter
57th Annual ISA POWID Symposium | 2014
Au-metal oxide composite films for stable and sensitive high temperature gas sensing
D. Gnanaprakash, Michael Carpenter
MRS Fall 2012 meeting and exhibit | 2012

Books/Book Chapters Published

Survey of optical sensors for harsh environments
D Gnanprakash
Advances in sensors: reviews | IFSA publishing | Volume: 6 | ISBN: 978-84-09-03030-9, e-ISBN: 978-84-09-03031-6

Ph.D. Research Scholars

L. Keerthana
Designation: PhD research scholar
Research title: Sensing CO, NO and NO2 for high temperature applications
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