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Supramolecular Chemistry

Someshwar Pola

Osmania University

Dr. Someshwar Pola is a Life Member of the Society of Materials Chemistry (SMC), Materials Research Society of India (MRSI), Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA), and a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS). His research activities are supported by various funding agencies like NSC-Taiwan, UGC, DST, and CSIR.

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Supramolecular Chemistry Supramolecular Nanomaterial Supramolecular Gel Supramolecular Polymer Supramolecular Chemotherapy Visible Light Irradiation Photocatalysis π-Conjugated Polymer Azobenzene System Light-Emitting Diode Molecular Recognition Nanostructure

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The combination of visible light-collecting nanomaterials and fuel fabricating photocatalysts is a fascinating way to advance nanomaterials with the ability to produce solar fuels. Natural photosynthetic networks have achieved this combination by observation of the spatial overlap between two (or more) different fluorescent labels (colocalization) and visible light-collecting assemble of π-conjugated chromophores with photocatalytic reaction centers. Whereas natural photo networks can be joined through proton-reduction photocatalysts with high performance to change visible light straightly into H2, synthetic nanomaterials are possibly better at aiming for renewable energy systems. The facility of π-conjugated small molecules to involve in π−π stacking has been used in solid-state supramolecular organic photovoltaic and photoconductors type devices to accumulate photoinduced electrodes through charge carriers. Supramolecular gels could enable the visible light irradiation of water splitting reaction in an aqueous environment to foster chromophore photocatalytic communication. A host of supramolecular, π−π assembled nanomaterials, with several investigations, is reported with various molecular arrangements, changing visible light collecting in supramolecular nanomaterials.

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Someshwar Pola

Osmania University

Dr. Someshwar Pola has been working as an assistant professor at the Department of Chemistry, University College of Science, Osmania University since 2018. Previously, he worked as an assistant professor at the Department of Chemistry, Nizam College, Osmania University (2013-2017). He received his B.Sc. from Kakatiya University, M.Sc. from P.G. Center, Mirzapur, Osmania University, and his Ph.D. in chemistry from Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana State, India. Dr. Pola worked as a visiting faculty member at the Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan in 2017. He also worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow (PDF) at the Institute of Chemistry, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan (2008-2012). During this period, he focused on the synthesis and characterization of organic functional materials towards single-crystal field-effect transistors. During the period of his doctoral research work (2002-2006), he developed various methodologies in inorganic and analytical chemistry. He also has industrial experience in medicinal research and development (AR&D) from GVK Biosciences Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad, India. Dr. Pola has published over 48 research papers in reputed international and national journals and has one book chapter to his credit. He has also presented research papers at 35 national and 25 international conferences and delivered guest/invited lectures in various colleges/conferences. He is a Life Member of the Society of Materials Chemistry (SMC), Materials Research Society of India (MRSI), Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA), India, and a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS). He is a reviewer for Elsevier, ACS, and RSC journals. He has 8 years of teaching and 20 years of research experience. His research focuses on supramolecular chemistry, solar cell device fabrication studies, organic field-effect transistors, photocatalysis of organic pollutants in the presence of titanates, perovskites, and related semiconductors and metal-organic frameworks. Under his supervision, 6 postgraduate students have completed their dissertation work, 5 Ph.D. students have been awarded, and 8 scholars are currently working for their Ph.D. degree. His research activities are supported by various funding agencies like NSC-Taiwan, UGC, DST, and CSIR, New Delhi, India.

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