Dr. Seema R

Assistant Professor
Email: [email protected]


  • B. Sc., MG University,1999
  • M. Sc., MG University, 2002
  • M. Phil., MG. University, 2003
  • Ph.D., MG University, 2012

Area of Specialization

  • Luminescence and nano-materials

My research interest encompasses three key areas: Sr2CeO4, carbon dots, and ZnO. Here’s a concise summary of each:

 Sr2CeO4: Sr2CeO4 is a complex material that belongs to the family of rare-earth oxides. It is known for its unique structural and electronic properties. This compound has gained attention in various scientific fields, including catalysis, electronics, and energy storage. My research may involve investigating the synthesis methods, structural characterization, and potential applications of Sr2CeO4.

 Carbon Dots: Carbon dots are nanoscale carbon-based materials with intriguing optical and electronic properties. They are characterized by their small size, excellent biocompatibility, and fluorescence capabilities. Carbon dots find applications in areas such as bioimaging, sensing, and drug delivery. My research in this area may focus on the synthesis of carbon dots, understanding their fundamental properties, and exploring novel applications in diverse fields.

 ZnO: Zinc oxide (ZnO) is a versatile semiconductor with wide-ranging applications, including electronics, optics, and catalysis. Its unique properties, such as wide bandgap and good electrical conductivity, make it suitable for various technological applications. My research may involve exploring the synthesis methods, structural modifications, and applications of ZnO, with a potential emphasis on its integration with other materials or its role in energy-related devices.