Dr. K P Sreenivasan
Dr. K P Sreenivasan

Dr. K P Sreenivasan

Assistant Professor & Research Guide

E-mail id: sreenichem@gmail.com

Area: Chemistry

Affiliation: MES Kalladi College, Mannarkkad

Qualification: MSc, DSc, PDF

Teaching Experience:

Nanomaterials, Solar energy conversion, photocatalysis
Development of nanomaterial for energy applications
1. Assistant Professor, MES Kalladi College Mananrkkad , March 2015- Ongoing
2. Research Guide of Calicut university
3. Guest lecturer at department of nanoscience & technology, University of Calicut ( November 2014- January 2015)
4. Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Energy Systems& Engineering, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science &Technology (DGIST), Korea (July 2013- January 2014)
5. Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Chemistry, University of South Dakota, USA.(March 2011- April 2013)
6. Research Fellow at School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. (January 2010-January 2011).
7. Research Assistant at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland. (January 2004- December2004)
1. Reviewer for international journal “Materials Letters”
2. Principal investigator for UGC sanctioned Minor research Project grant (MRP) titled “Mesoporous Hybrid Nanomaterials for Improving the Efficiency of Photocatalytic Water Splitting”
3. Project investigator for KSCSTE sponsored Student project Synthesis of europium oxide modified TiO2SiO2 mixed oxide materials for solar hydrogen production
4. Project investigator for KSCSTE sponsored SPYTiS project “Synthesis of curcumin modified ZnO-SiO2 mixed oxides xerogel material for remediation of arsenic pollutants in water”
5. Project investigator for KSCSTE sponsored SPYTiS project eco- friendly synthesis of carbon modified titanate photocatalysts”
6. Programme Co- ordinator World Ozone Day celebration 2016 sponsored by KSCSTE at MES Kalladi College Mannarkkad
7. Programme Co- ordinator World Environment Day celebration 2017 sponsored by KSCSTE at MES Kalladi College Mannarkkad
8. Appointed as Additional Chief Superintendent of the University examination for University of Calicut At MES College Vadakara during April 2018- May 2018 periods.
9. Convener research & extension activity cell of MES Kalladi College,Mannarkkad for 2018-2019 academic periods.
Coordinator Scholor support programme of MES Kalladi College, Mannarkkad during 2018-2019 periods.
1. Best Poster Presentation Award from Korean Society of Photochemistry and Photobiology (KSP) meeting, June 5-6, Busan, 2007.
2. Third rank in MSc. Physical Chemistry from School of Chemical Science, Mahatma Gandhi, University, Kottayam, India.
3. SDBor Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship from University of South Dakota, USA
4.Research Fellowship from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
5. Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship from Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science
&Technology, South Korea.
6. Reviewer award from Materials letters for outstanding contribution in reviewing August 2017
7. Best Poster presentation award from ETNST -2017 national seminar conducted by Govt. Sanskrit College Pattambi , 19-20 December 2017
8. Reviewer award from Materials letters for contribution in reviewing May 2018
1. Comparative behavior of CdS and CdSe quantum dots in Poly (3-hexylthiophene) based nanocomposites. P. Sonar, K.P.Sreenivasan, T. Maddanimath, K. Vijayamohanan, Mater. Res. Bul. 41, 2006, 198 (Selected as hot 25 articles in Material Research Bul. January to March 2006)

2. 2-Dimensional porphyrin self-assemblies at molecular interfaces. Eugster Nicolas, Sreenivasan K P, Su Bin, Girault Hubert H, Langmuir. 22, 2006, 1112-1120.

3. Photoelectrochemical solar cell properties of heteropolytungstic acid –incorporated TiO2 nanodisc thin Films. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Yu Min Lee, Minjoong Yoon, Electrochemistry Communications.11, 2009, 1211-1216.

4. Formation of biotinylated trititanate nanofibers (BioTNFs): Potent optical probes for protein. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Minjoong Yoon, J. Mater. Chem. 21, 2011, 2584-2589. (Selected for Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology-March 7, 2011)

5. Handbook of Biofunctional Surfaces. Xiaozhu Zhou, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil , Hai Li and Hua Zhang Pan Stanford Publishing, Chapter 28, 2013, 963–979

6. Enhanced photocatalytic water splitting activity of carbon- modified TiO2 composite materials synthesized by green synthetic approach. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S. Kibombo, Chia-Ming Wu, Rui Peng, Jonas Baltrusaitis Ranjit T. Koodali, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy.37, 2012, 8257-8267.

7.Graphite-like carbon-titania composite photocatalysts for solar hydrogen production, Sreenivasan Parayil, Rui Peng, Harrison Kibombo, Ranjit T. Koodali, Prepr. Pap.-Am.Chem. Soc., Div. Fuels Chem. 57(1), 2012, 432.

8. Naphthalene derivatized TiO2–carbon hybrid materials for efficient photocatalytic splitting of water. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S. Kibombo, Ranjit T. Koodali, Catalysis Today. 199, 2013, 8-14.

9. Synthesis of mixed phase anatase-TiO2(B) by a simple wet chemical method. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S. Kibombo, Luther Mahoney, Chia Ming Wu, Minjoong Yoon, Ranjit T. Koodali, Materials Letters. 95, 2013, 175–177

10. Synthesis and characterization of ligand stabilized CdS-Trititanate composite materials for visible light induced photocatalytic water splitting. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Jonas Baltrusaitis, Chia-Ming Wu, Ranjit T. Koodali, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38, 2013, 2656-2669.

11. Highly fluorescent peptide nanoribbons impregnated with Sn-porphyrin as potent selective DNA sensor. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Jooran Lee, Minjoong Yoon, Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences, 12, 2013, 798-804. (Selected as hot Article)

12. Modulating the textural properties and solar hydrogen production activity of TiO2 by high temperature supercritical drying. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Rhett J. Psota, Ranjit T. Koodali, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38, 2013, 10215-10225

13. Synthesis dependent oxidation state of platinum on TiO2 and their influences on the solar simulated photocatalytic hydrogen production from water. Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S. Kibombo, Chia-Ming Wu, Rui Peng, Trevor Kindle, Srujan Mishra, S. Phil Ahrenkiel, Jonas Baltrusaitis, Nada M. Dimitrijevic, Tijana Rajh, Ranjit T. Koodali, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 117, 2013, 16850–16862

14. Photocatalytic conversion of CO2 to hydrocarbon fuel using carbon and nitrogen co-doped sodium titanate nanotubes Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Seung-Min Park, Abdul Razzaq, Craig A Grimes, Su-il In Applied Catalysis A, General. 498, 2015, 205–213

15. Formation of titania-silica mixed oxides in solvent mixtures and their influences for the Photocatalytic CO2 Conversion to hydrocarbon Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Abdul Razzaq, Su-il In J. Nanosci.nanotechnol.15, 2015, 7285-7292
1.Steady state and transient optical properties of dopamine–capped trititanate nanotubes, Sreenivasan, Joon Hee Jang, Minjoong Yoon, 97thNational meeting of KCS, April20- 21, 2006 Seoul, Korea.

2. Dopamine–capped trititanate nanotubes, Sreenivasan K.P, Minjoong Yoon, 13th KSP meeting, 1- 2 June 2006 KBSI, Daejeon, Korea.

3. Synthesis of self-assembled ZnO nanowire arrays: Optical properties and photocatalytic activities, Koliyat P Sreenivasan, Singdo Oh, Minjoong Yoon, 100th National meeting of KCS, October 18-19 2007, Daegu, Korea.

4. Photoelectrochemical solar cell properties of heteropolytungstic acid modified TiO2 nanostructure thin film, Sreenivasan .K.P, Yumin Lee, Minjoong Yoon, KSP meeting 5-6 July 2007 Busan, Korea. (Best Poster Presentation Award)

5. Synthesis of porphyrin-incorporated peptide nanofibers: A possible optical probe for DNA hybridization, Sreenivasan.K.P, Minjoong Yoon, 101th National meeting of KCS, April17-18 2007, Illsan, Korea.

6. Optical properties of biotinylated trititanate nanotubes: An optical sensory probe for Protein Sreenivasan K.P, Minjoong Yoon, Korea –Japan joint symposium on frontiers of photoscience, Ramada plaza hotel, Jeju, Korea, Sept 25-28. 2008.

7. Synthesis and optical properties of biotinylated trititanate nanotubes: An optical sensory probe for protein. Sreenivasan K.P, Minjoong Yoon AAS 2009 Kangawa Institute of Science Japan

8. Hyung Joo Lee, Sreenivasan K.P, and Minjoong Yoon, Fabrication of triad TiO2 nanobio composites: photoelectrochemical characterization, Chungnam National University, Nanyang University Korea –Japan joint symposium on frontiers of photoscience, 2010 October 24 -October 26.

9. Synthesis and Characterization of Titania-Graphene Photocatalysts, Tyler P. Bloch, Sreenivasan Parayil, and Ranjit T. Koodali, NPURC Annual Symposium, Missouri National Recreational River Resource and Education Center (MNRRREC), NE, July 29, 2011.

10. Graphite-like carbon-titania composite photocatalyst for solar hydrogen production Sreenivasan Parayil, Rui Peng, Harrison Kibombo, and Ranjit T. Koodali, 243rdACS meeting, San Diego, March 25-29, 2012.

11. Control of oxidation state and effective dispersion of platinum species on TiO2 support for the enhancement of solar simulated photocatalytic hydrogen production from water, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S. Kibombo, Chia-Ming Wu, Trevor Kindle, S. Phil Ahrenkiel, Jonas Baltrusaitis, Ranjit T. Koodali, Materials Research Society Spring Meeting & Exhibit, San Francisco, CA, April 1 – April 5, 2013.

12. Synthetic control of oxidation state and the influence of platinum oxide TiO2 on the photocatalytic enhancement of hydrogen production from water: Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison Kibombo, Chia-Ming Wu, Trevor Kindle, S. Phil Ahrenkiel, Jonas Baltrusaitis, andRanjit T. Koodali, SD EPSCoR All Investigator Meeting, Chamberlain, SD, May 28-30, 2013.

13. Influence of oxidation state of platinum on TiO2 for solar simulated photocatalytic hydrogen production from water, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S Kibombo, Chia-Ming Wu, Jonas Baltrusaitis, Ranjit T Koodali, 246th American Chemical Society Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, Sep. 8 -12, 2013

14. Solar simulated photocatalytic hydrogen production from water using platinized titania nanoparticles. Influence of the method of preparation and the role of oxidation states of Pt, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Harrison S. Kibombo, Chia-Ming Wu, Rui Peng, Jonas Baltrusaitis, and Ranjit T. Koodali, The 18th International Conference on Semiconductor Photocatalysis and Solar Energy Conversion (SPASEC-18) Town & Country Resort, San Diego, California, USA November 17-21, 2013

15. Photocatalytic conversion of CO2 to hydrocarbon fuel using carbon and nitrogen Co-doped sodium titanate nanotubes, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil, Abdul RAZZAQ, Seung-Min Park, Hye Rim Kim, Craig A. Grimes, Su-Il In International Environmental Engineering Conference (IEEC 2015) October 28 - 30, 2015 Busan, South Korea.

16. Formation of titania-silica mixed oxides in solvent mixtures and their influences for the photocatalytic CO2 conversion to hydrocarbon Korea – Japan symposium on frontier photoscience June 21 - 23, Seoul, Korea
17. TiO2 nanomaterial for solar hydrogen production, Sreenivasan ETNST -2017 national seminar conducted by Govt. Sanskrit College Pattambi , 19-20 December 2017 (Talk)

18. Preparation and characterization of sodium and calcium ions modified rutile TiO2 xerogels for photocatalytic water splitting, K.R Prathyusha, , P Sruthy Raj, K.P Sreenivasan, , Mohammed Akbar, Resmi M.R, Jyothi P.R ETNST -2017 National seminar conducted by Govt. Sanskrit College Pattambi , 19-20 December 2017 (poster)
19. National science day 2017 seminar presentation at Mercy College Palakkad, ( As resource person)
1. Synthesis of Na+/Ca2+ ions modified TiO2 xerogels through co precipitation method
Prathyusha K.R, Mohammed Akbar, Sruthy Raj P, Jyothi P.R, Resmi M.R, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil ( as corresponding Author), Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology ( communicated)

2. Sodium impregnated AnataseE/Rutile mixed phase TiO2 Xerogel materialand their influences and their influence on the viible light and their influences on the visible light driven photocatlytic hydrogen evolution.
Prathyusha K R, Mohammed Akbar, Sruthy Raj P, Jyothi, Resmi M R, Sreenivasan Koliyat Parayil* (under preparation)