Dr. Lisa Sarkar | Piezoelectric transducer| Best Researcher Award

Dr. Lisa Sarkar ,Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur,India

Dr. Lisa Sarkar is a distinguished academic affiliated with the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT Kharagpur) in India. Renowned for her contributions to her field, Dr. Sarkar has a robust background in engineering and technology, emphasizing innovative research and teaching. Her expertise spans various aspects of engineering, and she is dedicated to advancing knowledge through her work at IIT Kharagpur. Dr. Sarkar’s commitment to excellence is reflected in her scholarly publications, research projects, and involvement in academic and professional communities.


Professional Profiles:

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Education :

Lisa Sarkar completed her Doctor of Philosophy at the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, defending her thesis with a CGPA of 9.5. Prior to this, she earned a Master of Technology in VLSI Design from the University of Calcutta and a Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Academy of Technology, West Bengal University of Technology.

Positions of Responsibility:

Currently serving as a National Postdoctoral Fellow (NPDF) at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, Lisa previously held roles as a Research Associate and TA at IIT Kharagpur and worked as an A.S.E. Trainee at TCS.

Technical Skills:

Lisa possesses hands-on expertise in cleanroom fabrication techniques, photolithography, plasma etching, and more. Her areas of expertise include microfabrication, energy harvesting nanogenerators, and gas sensing technologies.

Awards and Achievements:

Lisa has received the National Postdoctoral Fellowship (NPDF) and scholarships from the Government of India. She has also cleared the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) multiple times.

Software Tools:

She is proficient in using Comsol and Matlab for her research and analysis.

Publications :

  • Lisa Sarkar, Shiv Govind Singh, and Siva Rama Krishna Vanjari, “Preparation and optimization of PVDF thin films for miniaturized sensor and actuator applications,” Smart Materials and Structures, IF: 3.585. Link
  • Lisa Sarkar, Y. Bhavani Prasad, Shiv Govind Singh, and Siva Rama Krishna Vanjari, “Electrodeposition as a facile way for the preparation of piezoelectric ultrathin silk film based flexible nanogenerators,” International Journal of Energy Research, Wiley, IF: 5.164. Link
  • Lisa Sarkar, Sushma, Y. Bhavani Prasad, Arvind Kumar Rengan, Shiv Govind Singh, and Siva Rama Krishna Vanjari, “ZnO nanoparticles embedded silk fibroin – a piezoelectric composite for nanogenerator applications,” Nanotechnology, IOP Science, IF: 3.874. Link
  • Lisa Sarkar, Aditya Bhagavati, Satish Bonam, Swati Mohanty, Shiv Govind Singh, and Siva Rama Krishna Vanjari, “Flexible polymer based triboelectric nanogenerator using Poly(vinylidene fluoride) and bombyx mori silk,” Materials Today Sustainability, Elsevier, IF: 7.244. Link
  • A. Sett, L. Sarkar, and T.K. Bhattacharyya, “Amplification of arsenic sensitivity in functionalized zinc oxide field effect transistor through optimization of gate electrostatics,” Applied Physics Letters, AIP, IF: 3.971. Link
  • Lisa Sarkar, Avik Sett*, Santanab Majumdar, Tarun Kanti Bhattacharyya, “Reduced graphene oxide based Silk-FET: a facile platform for low power and room temperature detection of formaldehyde,” IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, IF: 3.221. Link (*Equal Authorship)
  • A. Sett, L. Sarkar*, and T.K. Bhattacharyya, “Amplification of ammonia sensing performance through gate induced carrier modulation in Cur-rGO Silk-FET,” Scientific Reports, Nature, IF: 4.997. Link (*Equal Authorship)
  • Avik Sett, Lisa Sarkar, Srijeet Tripathy, Gairik Karmakar, Ambika Kumari, and Tarun Kanti Bhattacharyya, “Functionalized reduced graphene oxide sheets: An efficient resistive sensing platform for arsenic,” IEEE Sensors Journal, IF: 4.325. Link
  • Lisa Sarkar, Gairik Karmakar, Sudipta Ghosh, Avik Sett, Tarun Kanti Bhattacharyya, “Triboelectric nanogenerator as next generation traffic monitoring system: Concept and modelling,” Nano Energy, Elsevier, IF: 17.6. Link
  • Ambika Kumari, Avik Sett, Srijeet Tripathy, Lisa Sarkar, Tarun Kanti Bhattacharyya, “Amine and Thiol Cofunctionalized Reduced Graphene Oxide Field-Effect Transistor for the Selective Detection of Formaldehyde,” ACS Applied Electronic Materials, American Chemical Society, IF: 4.3. Link
  • Lisa Sarkar, Monojit Mondal*, Tarun Kanti Bhattacharyya, “From natural abundant Silk to TENG; From Biowaste to Carbon Supercap: A natural sustainable approach of active energy storage,” Journal of Energy Storage, Elsevier, IF: 9.4 (Accepted).
Lisa Sarkar | Piezoelectric transducer| Best Researcher Award

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