Research Projects

University of Galway

Research Assistant Jan 2022 - Jun 2022 

"Modification and Characterization of Calix[8]arene." : I was honored to have received internal funding for my research project. As a research assistant at the University of Galway's Department of Chemistry, I have had the privilege of participating in a project focused on the modification and characterization of calix[8]arene. This experience has enriched my knowledge of organic chemistry and developed important skills, including detailed lab work and effective communication. Additionally, I have taken on independent project handling and collaborated with the team to drive the project forward. This opportunity has been a valuable asset to my academic and professional growth. I worked on the multistep synthesis of supramolecule (e.g. functionalized calix(8)arene). Where I synthesized novel functionalized calix(8)arene and gained experience with the following spectroscopic techniques IR, NMR, ESI-MS, and XRD.

Amity University Gurgaon

Master of Science - MS, Applied ChemistryJan 2021 - Jul 2021

"Role of calixarene in nanoparticle synthesis." : My Master's thesis, entitled "Role of Calixarene in Nanoparticle Synthesis," not only demonstrates my extensive knowledge and understanding of the topic, but it also showcases my dedication to advancing the field of chemistry. I was also privileged to have the opportunity to work on a term paper that further expanded my knowledge and expertise in the area. This expertise, combined with my strong analytical and critical thinking skills, allowed me to develop deeper into the subject matter and gain a deeper understanding of the role of calixarene in nanoparticle synthesis. I prepared a few transition metal-nanoparticle (e.g., CuO, CoO, ZnO, NiO). These were to be used for carrying out the organic transformation for synthesizing heterocyclic compounds

Mewar University

Bachelor of Science - Physics, Chemistry, MathematicsJan 2018 - Jun 2018

"Synthesis of gold nanoparticles." : Throughout the course of this project, I gained knowledge of multiple techniques for synthesizing gold nanoparticles in a manner that is both environmentally conscious and sustainable. These methods proved to be beneficial not only in terms of their minimal impact on the ecosystem, but also in their potential for long-term use and application. 

Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani 

Summer InternMay 2017 - Jul 2017

"Asymmetric organocatalysis and its synthetic applications." : The goal of my summer internship at BITS Pilani was to learn about the principles and applications of asymmetric organocatalysis in sustainable synthetic chemistry. This includes a review of the literature and practical experience with experimental methods.