Susanta Sengupta completed his M.Sc in Chemistry from University of Kalyani in 2013 (INDIA).
He did his specialization in Inorganic chemistry and his master thesis was based on “Chemistry of the Arylthiolato Coordinated Ruthenium Organometallics”. After his masters study he joined CSIR- Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute (CSIR laboratory) as a project fellow from 2014 to 2017. In this period his research was based on wet chemistry for materials synthesis. He has experience in the field of Sol-gel chemistry, Emulsion system, Noble metal nano particles synthesis in different medium, synthesis of plasmonic nano particles in glassy matrix and also in dielectric matrix. He was also worked on the generation of nano particles in solid thin films by using different gas environment.
He has joined FunGlass department as a PhD student at the end of March 2018. Susanta’s current research topic is “ Magnetic mesoporous hollow silica microspheres for selective targeting of cancer cells”.