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Page 1Curriculum VitaeGeneral Information:Name and age:Patil Pradip Premchand56 yrs (Date of birth 07.07.1960)Designation:Vice ChancellorNorth Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.Contact Information :Email:,, No. : 91-257-2258401/2258402 (O), 91-257-2258003 (R) 91 9423185071 (M)Fax : 91-257-2258403Qualification and experience :1. Academic Qualification th and Year ofpassingB.Sc.(Physics)Abasaheb Garware College,First class (74 %)PuneJune, 1981M.Sc.(Physics)Department of Physics,Savitribai Phule University of First class (76%)Pune, PuneJune, 1983Ph.D.(Physics)Department of Physics,Savitribai Phule University ofPune, Pune-September, 1988 Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) for Junior Research Fellow (JRF)conducted by both UGC, New Delhi (in 1984) and CSIR, New Delhi (in 1984). Ph.D. Topic : “Synthesis of metastable phases ofinduced reactive quenching at liquid solid interfaces”. compounds by Pulsed LaserResearch Supervisor : Prof. S. B. Ogale, Department of Physics, Savitribai PhuleUniversity of Pune, Pune. Presently associated with Indian Institute of ScienceEducation and Research (IISER), Pune.

Page 22. Teaching experience :DurationInstitutionDesignationNature of work doneAugust 13, 1999onwardsSchool of PhysicalSciences, NorthMaharashtra University,JalgaonProfessorTeaching, Researchand AdministrationAugust 07, 1993August 12, 1999School of PhysicalSciences, NorthMaharashtra University,JalgaonReaderTeaching, Researchand AdministrationSeptember 03,1991-August 06,1993School of PhysicalSciences, NorthMaharashtra University,JalgaonLecturer(Senior Scale)Teaching, Researchand AdministrationJuly 28, 1988 –September, 1991Department of Physics,M.J. College, JalgaonLecturerUndergraduate andPost-graduateTeachingTotal experience of teaching and research at Undergraduate and Post-graduate level –28 years.Awards/Honors/Recognitions : Best Teacher Award – Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai, India, (2008-2009). Brain Pool Visiting Scientist at Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology(KRICT), Daejeon, South Korea (November 1, 2006 to October 31, 2007). Smt. Annapurna Award of The Society for Advancement of Electrochemical Scienceand Technology (SAEST), CECRI, Karaikudi, India, (2006). Best Teacher Award - North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, India, (2004). Fellow of Maharashtra Academy of Sciences, India, (2001). Junior Research Fellowship - CSIR-NET, New Delhi, India, (1984-1987). Junior Research Fellowship - UGC-NET, New Delhi India, (1984). Prof. S. S. Joshi Prize for M.Sc.(Physics) of Pune University, (1983). Mrs. Malti Nandgaonker Prize for M.Sc. (Physics) of Pune University, (1983). Contributions to Education :Foundation and Establishment of Departments : Department of Electronics (1991). Department of Physics (1992). Department of Electronics Engineering and Technology (2012).

Page 3 Instrumental in establishing new Courses : M.Sc. (Electronics) M.Sc. (Physics with Materials Science specialization) M.Sc. (Physics with Energy Studies specialization) M.Tech. (VLSI Technology) Designed, modified and taught courses at undergraduate and post-graduate levelrelated to Physics, Materials Science, Energy Studies and Electronics. Courses taught at Post-graduate Level : Quantum Mechanics-I Quantum Mechanics-II Electrodynamics Statistical Mechanics Mathematical Methods of Physics Materials Science Characterization of Materials C Language Programming Computational Methods and ComputerProgramming Physics of Semiconductor Devices Basic Physics Laboratory Special Laboratory and Tutorials Quantum Mechanics Programming in FORTRAN 77 Electrodynamics Statistical Mechanics Basic Physics Laboratory Special Laboratory and TutorialsCourses taught at Undergraduate Level :Academic Committees : Worked as a Director and Member of the Board of Colleges and UniversityDevelopment (BCUD), Academic Council, Science Faculty, Board of Studies (BOS) inPhysics, Research and Recognition Committee (RRC) of North MaharashtraUniversity, Jalgaon. Worked as a Chairman of University Academic Audit Committee and Academic,Admission and Examination Committees of the School of Physical Sciences.3. Research Contribution : Major Scientific areas of interest : Conducting polymers Corrosion protection Nanocomposites Nanostructured metal oxides Gas sensors Humidity sensors Biosensors APG-PACVD

Page 4 Research Experience during Doctoral Studies (1983-1988) :Prof. Patil received his Ph.D. degree from Department of Physics, Savitribai PhuleUniversity of Pune, Pune in 1988. The title of his dissertation is “Synthesis of metastablephases of compounds by Pulsed Laser induced reactive quenching at liquid solidinterfaces”. During the doctoral study, Prof. Patil developed a new method for synthesizingmetastable compound films via Pulsed Laser induced reactions at Liquid / Solid interface.He explored and demonstrated the possibility of rapid synthesis of compound films on asolid surface by treating them with high power pulsed Laser ( 694 nm) under a liquid.Mainly the reactive quenching process at metal / liquid systems of Fe/H2O, Fe/C6H6,Fe/NH3 were studied and the same were well characterized by conversion ElectronMossbaur Spectroscopy (CEMS). It was demonstrated that iron foils immersed in H2O canbe oxidized to a depth scale of 0.5-0.7 m by high power pulsed laser treatment. Thisunique technique proved to be an interesting alternative to high dose implants in specificapplications areas, such as synthesis of oxides, nitrides and carbides on various surfaces.This work has been widely accepted by the Scientific Community and has been publishedin the Physical Review Letters (P.P. Patil et al, Phys. Rev. Lett., 58, (1987) 238) and invarious internationally reputed journals/ conferences (Sr. No. 80 to 90 in Annexure II). Research contribution to the School of Physical Sciences (1991 - onwards) :North Maharashtra University was established in the year 1991, being a newlyestablished university, there were no infrastructural facilities available to conduct theresearch activities. After the construction of a separate building for the School in the year1998, Prof. Patil started the research activities in the front line research areas such asConducting Polymers, Diamond Thin Films, Gas/Humidity sensors and AtmosphericPressure Glow discharge Plasma Assisted Chemical Vapour Deposition (APG-PACVD). Design and Development of Hot Filament Chemical Vapour Deposition (HFCVD)System for the synthesis of Diamond Thin Films :Diamond thin films have attracted wide attention all over the world due to their uniquecombination of properties unrivalled by any other known material. Synthesis of artificialdiamond has been a very challenging subject over the years. A novel route to synthesizethe good quality diamond thin films is the HFCVD technique. This technique is simple inFig.1 : Indigenously developed HFCVD system

Page 5design, low cost and very effective. The CVD diamonds are the potential candidates invariety of technological applications and hope to replace silicon in near future.Prof. Patil initiated the research activity in this area at the School of Physical Sciencesby developing an indigenously designed HFCVD system. This research work was partiallyfunded by Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS, Italy) and All India Council forTechnical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. The indigenously developed HFCVD system forthe synthesis of Diamond Thin Films is shown in the Fig. 1. This work was proved to beuseful for strengthening the research activities in the field of Materials Science at the newlyborn North Maharashtra University.Fig.2 : Typical SEM image of synthesized diamond thin filmThe developed HFCVD system was standardized by optimizing the various processparameters and was routinely used to prepare good quality diamond thin films on siliconsubstrates. A typical SEM image (Fig. 2) showed well faceted diamond crystallites. Thedetailed account of this work was published in 03 publications in Thin Solid Films, MaterialsScience and Engineering B and Vacuum (Sr. No. 54, 59 and 66 in Annexure II). Conducting Polymer Coatings : Synthesis, Characterization and ApplicationsThis research work was motivated, in large measure, by the tremendous potentialapplicability of electrically conducting polymers in wide range of technological applicationsfrom batteries to molecular electronic devices. Conducting Polymers, commonly known asSYNTHETIC METALS have added a new dimension to the modern material science andtechnology because of their novel properties. Scientists from a wide spectrum includingPhysicists, Chemists, Engineers etc. have contributed and made this area as today’s oneof the most important field of interdisciplinary research. The conducting polymer coatingsare thought to be better alternative to the conventional anti-corrosive coatings and havecommercial potential in corrosion protection of metals/alloys. Therefore, to cope up withthe rapidly changing scenario of Materials Science and Technology, in Indian context, thisresearch work was an important step in the field of conducting polymers in order to exploitthem at their fullest potential in the practical application of corrosion protection.

Page 6Prof. Patil has taken considerable efforts to initiate the research activity in thisimportant field at the newly established University. Prof. Patil developed theelectrochemical synthesis set-up (Fig. 3) for the synthesis of conducting polymer thin filmsand the work on conducting polymers was published in internationally reputed journals (Sr.No. 5-6, 11, 14-15, 18-20, 24-26, 28-31, 35-37, 45-49, 51-53, 55-58, 60-65, 67-79 inAnnexure II)Fig. 3 : Electrochemical synthesis set-up Gas / Humidity Sensors based on conducting polymer-metal oxide nanocomposite:The objective of this work was to investigate systematically gas/humidity sensingproperties of conducting polymer metal-oxide nanocomposites and to explore thepossibilities of utilizing them in development of simple and low cost gas/humidity sensors.Four different conducting polymer-metal oxide nanocomposites viz. polyaniline-zincstannate (PANI-ZnSnO3), polyaniline-zinc sulphide (PANI-ZnS) and poly(o-anisidine)cerium oxide (POA-CeO2), polyaniline-tin oxide (PANI-SnO2) and polyaniline-bariumtitanate (PANI-BaTiO3) nanocomposites were successfully synthesized and were exploredas sensing materials in the fabrication of gas/humidity sensors. This work was financiallysupported by University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi, Council for Scientific andIndustrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE),New Delhi, Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS), Government of India.The polyaniline-tin oxide (PANI-SnO2), polyaniline-zinc stannate (PANI-ZnSnO3) andpoly(o-anisidine)-cerium oxide (POA-CeO2) and polyaniline-barium titanate (PANIBaTiO3) nanocomposites were also successfully synthesized and were utilized as sensingmaterials in the fabrication of gas sensors. The detailed account of this work was publishedin 03 publications in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Sensor Letters, RSC Advances,Talanta, Journal of Applied Physics and Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Sr.No. 1-4, 7-8, 10, 12-13, 16-17, 20, 22-23, 27, 32-34, 37, 39-44 in Annexure II). Development of atmospheric pressure glow discharge plasma assisted CVD (APGPACVD) system :Recently, Prof. Patil designed and developed an indigenous radio frequency basedatmospheric pressure glow discharge plasma assisted chemical vapour deposition (APGPACVD) facility for deposition of SiOx coatings on silicon and steel substrates using aplasma of argon, helium, oxygen and Hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO) gases. The work ofstandardization of APG-PACVD system by optimizing the various process parameters isin progress. The indigenously developed APG-PACVD system is shown in the Fig. 4. This

Page 7work is financially supported by Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS),Government of India.Fig. 4 : Indigenously developed APG-PACVD system Research work carried out abroad :Prof. Patil was invited as a Visiting Professor at the Korea Research Institute ofChemical Technology (KRICT), Daejeon, South Korea under Brain Pool Programme fromNovember 01, 2006 to October 31, 2007. During his stay Prof. Patil worked with Dr. Y. K.Hwang in the area of humidity sensors based on conducting polymer-metal oxidenanocomposites. The main objectives of this work-package were as follows: To synthesize and characterize the conducting polymer-metal oxide composites.To design and fabricate the experimental set-up for the evaluation of humiditysensing properties of conducting polymer-metal oxide nanocomposites.To examine the possibility of utilizing these nanocomposites as a sensing materialfor the fabrication of the humidity sensors.Scientific and Technical achievements at KRICT, South Korea :Humidity sensing set-up : Design, fabrication and commissioningDuring the tenure of the programme, Prof. Patil designed, fabricated and successfullycommissioned the experimental set-up for humidity sensing measurement, as shown inFig.5. The different RH levels were generated by the different saturated salt solutions inclosed bottles at room temperature. The bottles were made of glass with heights of 19cm and diameters of 6 cm. The six different standard saturated aqueous salt solutions ofLiCl (11 0.30 %RH), MgCl2 (33 0.14 %RH), K2CO3 (43 0.20 %RH), NaCl (75 0.15%RH), KCl (85 0.24 %RH) and K2SO4 (97 0.16 %RH) were used to act as humiditysources. The saturated salt solutions were placed in the bottles for 12 h to ensure thatthe air in the bottles reached equilibrium states. The sensing element was placedsuccessively into the bottles with different RH levels at room temperature, and theimpedance of the film was measured as a function of RH. A humidity probe (Model 6517RH Humidity probe, Keithley Instruments, USA) was also placed into the bottles alongwith the sensing element to monitor the RH during the measurement. The impedance ofthe sensor was measured as a function of RH using a simple two-probe configuration with

Page 8a LCR Meter 4300 (Wayne Kerr Electronics, USA) controlled by the test software suppliedby Biotronic systems, Mumbai, India.Synthesis of conducting polymer-metal oxide nanocomposites :Five different conducting polymer-metal oxide nanocomposites viz. poly(o-anisidine)tungsten oxide (POA-WO3), poly(2,5-dimethylaniline)-tungsten oxide (PDMA-WO3),poly(o-anisidine)-tin oxide (POA-SnO2), poly(2,5-dimethylaniline)-tin oxide (PDMA-SnO2)and polyaniline-barium titanate (PANI-BaTiO3) nanocomposites were successfullysynthesized and were utilized as sensing materials in the fabrication of humidity sensors. The nanocomposites of conducting polymers (POA and PDMA) with metal oxidesWO3 and SnO2 were successfully synthesized by using a mechanical mixing andchemical polymerization route, respectively. It was shown that a simple mechanicalmixing of conducting polymers, POA and PDMA with WO3 significantly improves theirhumidity sensing characteristics. The POA-SnO2 and PDMA-SnO2 nanocompositesexhibited better humidity sensing properties than pure POA and PDMA, respectively,such as fast response time, hysteresis within 5% and excellent repeatability. It wasdemonstrated that these composites can be used as reusable sensing materials forthe fabrication of humidity sensors.15 mm20mm0.75 mmLiClK2SO4Saturated salt solutionsFig. 5 : Indigenously developed humidity sensing set-up

Page 9 The PANI-BaTiO3 nanocomposites were synthesized by using an in situ chemicaloxidative polymerization method. It was shown that the electrolyte pH significantlyaffects the synthesis of PANI-BaTiO3 nanocomposite. At lower pH, the formation ofPANI-BaTiO3 is accompanied by the generation of BaSO4, whereas an exclusiveformation of PANI-BaTiO3 nanocomposite was observed at higher pH. The humiditysensing characteristics of the PANI-BaTiO3 nanocomposite are observed to be betterthan those of pure PANI. The detailed account of this work was published in 03publications in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Sensor Letters and Journal ofNanoscience and Nanotechnology (Sr. No. 22-23, 27 in Annexure II)Prof. Patil utilized the research experience gained at KRICT, South Korea toinitiated similar activity at Department of Physics, School of Physical Sciences, NorthMaharashtra University, Jalgaon. Prof. Patil fetched financiall support from Board ofResearch in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS), Government of India to carry out the researchin this area. The other contribution of this work is generation of skilled human resourcein this area through training imparted during the course of project work. Research projects : Departmental Projects :UGC - Special Assistance Program-DRS-IUGC - Special Assistance Program -DRS-IIDST - Fund for Improvement of S & T Infrastructure(FIST) - Level-I Research Projects :Total : 15 (International : 01, National : 14)Ongoing : 01Completed : 14 Total outlay :234.35 LakhsDetails of the Research Projects are given in Annexure - I Experience to guide Ph.D. students:Students supervised : Ph.D. : 11 (awarded), 03 (Thesis submitted), 04 (Working)Sl. Name of the StudentThesis titlePeriod ofPh. D.guideship awardedin01 Ms. Sharmila PatilSynthesis and characterization ofelectricallyconductingpolymer[Poly(o-anisidine)] thin films1997to2001200102 Mr. Jitendra MahajanSynthesis and characterization ofdiamondthinfilms:Design,development and commissioning of HotFilament Chemical vapor Deposition(HFCVD) system1996to20032003

P a g e 1003 Mr. Manoj WankhedeDevelopment of conducting polymercoatings on low carbon steel byelectrochemical process2001to2006200604 Ms. Vandana tuted polyanilinescoatings on oxidizable metals fromaqueous media2002to2007200705 Mr. Rajendra KhadayateWO3 and SnO2 thick films: Preparationand gas sensing properties1999to2007200706 Mr. Rajendra WaghuladeNano-sized cadmium and tin oxides :Synthesis, characterization and studyof gas sensing properties2004to2008200807 Mr. Shriram PatilSynthesis and Characterization ofSemiconductor Thin Films for GasSensing Applications2004to20082008Investigation of corrosion protection ofoxidizable metals by conducting08 Ms. Sudeshna Chaudharipolymers :Bi-layers and poly(otoluidine)/ZrO2 nanocomposite coating2003to2009200909 Ms. Dewyani PatilSensorsbasedonconductingpolymers and their nanocomposites2004to2010201010 Ms. Pritee PawarCorrosionprotectivecopolymercoatings based on polyaniline and itssubstituted derivatives on mild steeland copper2002to2011201111 Mr. Deepak BauskarInvestigationofconductingpolymer/metal oxide nanocompositefilms for humidity sensing application2010to20152015 Research Publications : In Peer Reviewed International Journals:90 In Conference/Symposia:30 Chapters in Books:01 Invited talks in India & Abroad:07 Manuscripts Submitted:06Detailed list of Research Publication is given in Annexure - II

P a g e 11 Quality of Publications : Impact factor (IF) range: 7.326 - 0.486 Average Impact factor: 2.706Google ScholarWeb of Science(1999-2016)h Index :252018i-10 Index :63----20901316993Total Citations Scopus(1985-2016)No of Publications with IF below 2No of Publications with IF above 22753Referee for evaluation of research papers to be published in International andNational Journals : RSC Advances Electrochimica Acta Sensors and Actuators B J. Applied Polymer Science Progress in Organic Coatings Bulletin in Material Science4. Workshops/Conferences/Symposia organized :Sl.Title ofWorkshop/Seminar/ConferenceMonthand YearPlace01InternationalConferenceon“Broad band Optical er5-7, toelectronicsTechnology,ICOT-2004Jan

Pune First class (74 %) June, 1981 M.Sc. (Physics) Department of Physics, Savitribai Phule University of Pune, Pune First class (76%) June, 1983 Ph.D. (Physics) Department of Physics, Savitribai Phule University of Pune, Pune - September, 1988 Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) for Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

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