Prof K.George Thomas
Professor (Chemistry)
  +91 (0)471 - 2778040
  kgt@iisertvm.ac.in

Ph.D. Students

01. Elizabeth Mariam Thomas

Research Interests: Photophysical properties of semiconductor quantum dots using time-resolved spectroscopy and single particle microscopy.

02. Manoj B.

Research Interests: Photophysics of InP QDs primarily using femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy.

03. Sujith M.

Research Interests: Self-assembly of oligo-(phenyleneethynylene) based molecular systems on graphene using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM).

04. Swathi

Research Interests: Understanding the emergence of chiroptical properties in different chiral aggregates, Theoretical investigation of the chiral aggregates.

05. Sanoop M.S.

Research Interests: Study of the emergence of chirality and interaction of chromophores in materials and soft organic templates

06. Reshma Mathew

Research Interests: Excited state dynamics of PCET and ESIPT in hydroxy aromatics using ultrafast spectroscopic methods such as femtosecond transient absorption and fluorescence up-conversion spectroscopy.

07. Ajay Kumar

Research Interests: Synthesis of metal nanostructures, Plasmon-exciton interactions, Surface-Enhanced Raman spectroscopy, and Dark-field Scattering microscopy.

08. Vishnu E. K.

Research Interests: Synthesis and photophysical studies of semiconductor quantum dots using single particle spectroscopy

09. Livin Paul

Research Interests: Investigations on the photophysical properties of semiconductor quantum dots in the ultrafast time scale and to study the plasmon-exciton interactions in the nanoscale regime.

10. Devika Rajan

Research Interests:  Distance dependent FRET studies of biological molecules using Single molecule spectroscopy.

11. Aiswarya E.

Research Interests: Developing strategies for inducing and enhancing chiroptical properties of organic molecules and soft organic templates.

12. Merin Varghese

Research Interests: Detailed time-resolved studies for the identification and quantification of the trap state in semiconductor quantum dots