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1. First Name Prof. Arvind 2. Middle Name Kumar 3. Last/Surname Saxena 4. Father’s Name Sri Raghunath Das Saxena 5. Date of Birth 31/07/1955 6. Address 11-B, Gandhigram-2, Netaji Nagar, GT Road, Kanpur-208007 7. Contact Numbers Land Line- 0512-2402228, Mob. No. 9451424133 8. e. mail Address [email protected] 9. Educational Qualifications- M. Sc., (Org. Chem.), Ph.D., (Chem.)(Lucknow University) Secured First Division in all passing examination. 10. Present Position Professor & Director Institute of basic Science, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi-284128 (U. P.) Nov. 2015 11. Previous Position Held- Out Standing Scientist and Director, Defence Materials and Stores Research and Development Establishment (DRDO), Min. of Defence, Govt. of India up to 31 st July 2015. Joined DRDO through UPSC as Scientist-C in 1984. 12. Total experience(in Years) (a)- Teaching/R&D (b)- Administrative 33 yrs One Year/27Year Five Years as Director otherwise continuously engaged by authorities for various managerial and administrative activities throughout service carrier. 13. Number of Published Work Peer reviewed Journals- 95 National/ International Patents (Granted/Filed)-52 Book Chapter- One Please see annexure-I 14. Number of Research Students Guided Awarded Ph. D-Four Students, Thesis Submitted- Two Students, Pursuing/ Writing Thesis-Three students 15. Special Achievements/Distinctions Technology Commercialized- Four Products Developed and Accepted- Please See annexure-II 16. Whether any disciplinary proceedings or criminal proceedings in any court is pending against you or was registered in past. NIL 17. Personal statement justifying candidature Please see annexure- III 18. Signature

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1. First Name Prof. Arvind

2. Middle Name Kumar

3. Last/Surname Saxena

4. Father’s Name Sri Raghunath Das Saxena

5. Date of Birth 31/07/1955

6. Address 11-B, Gandhigram-2, Netaji Nagar, GT Road, Kanpur-208007

7. Contact Numbers Land Line- 0512-2402228, Mob. No. 9451424133

8. e. mail Address [email protected]

9. Educational Qualifications- M. Sc., (Org. Chem.), Ph.D., (Chem.)(Lucknow University) Secured First Division in all passing examination.

10. Present Position Professor & Director Institute of basic Science, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi-284128 (U. P.)

Nov. 2015

11. Previous Position Held- Out Standing Scientist and Director, Defence Materials and Stores Research and Development Establishment (DRDO), Min. of Defence, Govt. of India up to 31st July 2015. Joined DRDO through UPSC as Scientist-C in 1984.

12. Total experience(in Years) (a)- Teaching/R&D (b)- Administrative

33 yrs One Year/27Year Five Years as Director otherwise continuously engaged by authorities for various managerial and administrative activities throughout service carrier.

13. Number of Published Work Peer reviewed Journals- 95 National/ International Patents (Granted/Filed)-52 Book Chapter- One

Please see annexure-I

14. Number of Research Students Guided

Awarded Ph. D-Four Students, Thesis Submitted- Two Students, Pursuing/ Writing Thesis-Three students

15. Special Achievements/Distinctions

Technology Commercialized- Four Products Developed and Accepted- Please See annexure-II

16. Whether any disciplinary proceedings or criminal proceedings in any court is pending against you or was registered in past.

NIL

17. Personal statement justifying candidature

Please see annexure- III

18.

Signature

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I. D.No. Resume for the post of Vice Chancellor

1. First Name Prof. (Dr) Arvind

2. Middle Name Kumar

3. Last/Surname Saxena

4. Father’s Name Sri Raghunath Das Saxena

5. Date of Birth 31/07/1955

6. Address 11-B, Gandhigram-2, Netaji Nagar, GT Road, Kanpur-208007

7. Contact Numbers Land Line- 0512-2402228 Mob. No. 9451424133

8. e. mail Address [email protected]

9. Educational Qualifications

Class/Degree Institution/University Year Grade/Division

High School UP Board 1969 1st Division

Intermediate UP Board 1971 1st Division

B. Sc Lucknow University 1973 1st Division

M. Sc Lucknow University 1975 1st Division

Ph. D Lucknow University 1980 By Research

10. Present Position Professor & Director Institute of basic Science, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi-284128 (U. P.)

Nov. 2015

11. Previous Position Held

Scientist-C DMSRDE, Kanpur April 1984 June 1988

Scientist-D DMSRDE, Kanpur July 1988 June 1993

Scientist-E DMSRDE, Kanpur July 1993 June 1998

Scientist-F DMSRDE, Kanpur July1998 June 2005

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Scientist-G DMSRDE, Kanpur July2005 01 Aug 2012

Director & Scientist-G DMSRDE, Kanpur Jan 2011 July 2012

Director and Out Standing Scientist

DMSRDE, Kanpur 02 Aug 2012 31st July 2015

12. Total experience(in Years) (a)- Teaching/R&D (b)- Administrative

33 yrs One Year/27Year Five Year

13. Number of Published Work Peer reviewed Journals- 95 National/ International Patents(Granted/Filed)-52 Book Chapter- One

Please see annexure-I

14. Number of Research Students Guided

Awarded Ph. D-Four Students Thesis Submitted- Two Students Pursuing/ Writing Thesis-Three

15. Special Achievements/Distinctions

Technology Commercialized- Four Products Developed and Accepted- Please See annexure-II

16. Whether any disciplinary proceedings or criminal proceedings in any court is pending against you or was registered in past. If yes, details of the case and order passed by court-

NIL

17. Personal statement justifying candidature (separate sheet enclosed)

Please see annexure- III

18.

Signature

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Annexure-I

S.

No.

Details of Publications Impact

Factor

01 “Studies on Formation and Reactivity of Organotin Compounds Containing Tin- Sulfur

Bond”. S. N. Bhattacharya , Prem Raj and A. K. Saxena , Indian J. Chem.,16 (1978) 1071-

74.

0.346

02 “Some Reactions of Hexaaryldilead with Organoantimony (V) Compounds”. S. N.

Bhattacharyaa and A.K.Saxena, Indian J. Chem., 17A (1979) 307-9.

0.346

03 “Studies on some Triaryltin (IV) Mixed Dihalo Complex Anions”.S. N. Bhattacharya and A.

K. Saxena, Indian J.Chem., 18A (1979 ) 452- 54.

0.346

04 “Studies of Some New Mixed Triaryltin (IV) Mixed halo- pseudohalo Complex Anions”.S. N.

Bhattacharya and A. K. Saxena, Indian J. Chem., 19A (1980) 222-25.

0.346

05 “Cycloaddition Reaction of Phenylmetallic Azides with Unsaturated substrates”.S. N.

Bhattacharya and A. K. Saxena, Indian J . Chem., 21A (1982)141- 43.

0.346

06 “Synthesis and Some Reactions of Triaryl- phosphorus,-arsenic and -antimony Diamides”.

Prem Raj, Ashok Ranjan and Arvind K. Saxena, Indian J.Chem., 22A (1983 ) 120-23.

0.346

07 “Safety Evaluation of some of the commonly used Plastic materials in India”. A. K.

Saxena, S. P.Srivastava and P. K. Seth, Indian J. Environmental Health, 26 (1984) 346- 354.

1.090

08 “Synthesis and Some Reaction of Tris(Pentaflurophenyl)antimony(V) Compounds”. Prem

Raj, A. K. Saxena, Kiran Singhal and AshokRanjan, Polyhedron, 4 (2) (1985) 251-58.

2.246

09 “Migration of Di (2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) from Plastic Containers used for

Packaging Infusion Fluids”. S. P. Srivastava, A. K. Saxena and P. K. Seth, Indian

J.Pharmaceutical Sciences, 47(4) (1985) 156-58.

0.150

10 “Synthesis of Seyferth Reagent using Phase Transfer Catalysts”. A. K. Saxena, C. S. Bisaria

and L. M. Pande, Synth. React. Inorg. Met. -Org .Chem., 16(5), (1986 ) 667-74.

0.699

11 “Synthesis of Organoantimony (V) and m -oxybis (Triarylantimony) selenocyanate using a

Phase Transfer Catalysts”. Prem Raj, Rajiv Rastogi, K. Sighal and A. K. Saxena, Polyhedron,

5 (1986) 1581 -1585.

2.246

12 “A Facil Synthesis of Alkyl and Alkenyl Silatranes.”M. Nasim, A. K. Saxena, I. P. Pal and L.

M. Pande, Synth. React. Inog. Met. -Org. Chem., 17(10) (1987) 1003-1009.

0.699

13 “Hydrosilylation of 1-Vinylsilatrane.”M. Nasim, A. K. Saxena and L. M. Pande, Polyhedron, 2.246

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7 (21) (1988) 2189-2192.

14 “Scented Stics (Agarbatties) as source of phthalate pollution”. S. P. Srivastava, V. K.

Awasthi, A. K. Saxena and P. K. Seth, Indian J. Environmental Health, 30(4) (1988) 372-

375.

1.090

15 “Preparation of Pentaflurophenylantimony (III and V) halides and mixed halides”. Prem

Raj, A. K. Agarwal and A. K. Saxena, J .Fluorine Chem., 42 (1989) 163- 172.

1.737

16 “Preparation and Structure of some Substituted Tertiaryarylantimony (V) Complexes of

Tetradentate Bases”. A. K. Saxena, Prem Raj and S. K. Dixit, Synth. React. Inorg. Met.-Org.

Chem., 20 (2) (1990) 199-208.

0.699

17 “Addition and Insertion Reaction of Dichlorocarbene and Chlorotrifluromethyl carbene to

Some Organometallics”. A. K. Saxena, C. S. Bisaria, S. K. Saini and L. M. Pande, Synth.

React. Inorg .Met.-Org. Chem., 21(3) (1991) 401-406.

0.699

18 “Synthesis and Hydrosilylation Reaction of Allylmethacrylate”.A. K. Saxena, C. S.Bisaria

and L. M. Pande, Indian. J. Technol., 29 (1991)310- 312.

0.317

19 “Synthesis of some Tris (m- Triarylarsimido) Phosphine Oxide and their reactions”.R. P.

Sing, L. D. Kandpal and A. K. Saxena, Synth. React. Met.-Org. Chem., 22 (1) (1992)11-23.

0.699

20 “Synthesis of some novel multifunctional Organosilanes and -Silicones via Hydrosilylation

reactions (II)”.Ashok Ranjan, C. S. Bisaria and A. K. Saxena, Indian J. Technol., 31 (1993 )

666-668.

0.317

21 “Perflurophenylantimony Acetates (I ): Synthetic and Spectrscopic Studies (UV, IR,1 H

NMR and 13C NMR ) of some new Tris(pentaflurophenyl)antimony (V ) Diacetates”. A. K.

Saxena, Ashok Ranjan and P. S.Venkataramani, J. Flurorine Chem., 64 (1993)107-115.

1.737

22 “Optimum synthesis of (Chloromethyl ) silanes by Chlorination and Methylation reactions

of Chloro (Methyl) silanes”. A. K. Saxena, S. C. Sachar, Maya and M. Nasim, Indian J.

Technol., 1 (1994) 241- 244.

0.317

23 “Synthetic and Spectroscopic studies of some Tris (s- Flurophenyl ) antimony diacetates”.

A. K. Saxena, A. Ranjan and P. S.Venkataramani, Indian J.Chem., 33 A (1994 )948-951.

0.346

24 “Preparation and substitution of some substituted Triarylarsine (V)- and - antimony (V)

Complexes of Tri- and Tetradentate Schiff Bases”.A. K. Saxena, R. A. Siddiqui, Prem Raj

and S. K. Dixit, Synth. React. Inorg. Met.-Org. Chem., 26(7) (1996) 1189 -1203.

0.699

25 “Nucleophilic Addition to Arylethynylketone: Addition of Oxygen containing Nucleophiles

to Tetraphthaloyl Acetylene”.R. K. Tewari, A. K. Saxena and P. S.Venkataramani, Indian J.

Chem., 35B (1996) 1263-1266.

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26 “1, 2- Cycloaddition reactions of Dihalocarbenes (:CCl2 , :C Br2 and CF3:CCl ) to some pi-

bonded Organosilane under Phase Transfer Catalytic conditions”. A. K. Saxena and C. S.

Bisaria, Indian J. Chem., 36B (1997) 653-655.

0.346

27 “19F and 13C NMR studies of some pentafluorophenylantimony (III and V) derivatives”. A.

K. Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Kshipra Misra and P. S.Venkataramani, Indian J. Chem., 37A

(1998) 736-738.

0.346

28 “Synthetic and Spectroscopic (UV, IR , 1H, 13C and 19F NMR ) studies of some new

Pentaflurophenylantimony (III and V ) derivatives”.A. K. Saxena and Ashok Ranjan, Synth.

React. Inorg. Met.-Org. Chem., 29(9), (1999) 1579-1591.

0.699

29 "Fluorophenylantimony Carboxylates [I]: Synthesis and Spectroscopic (UV, IR, 1H and 19F

NMR) studies of some new Monofluoro- and Pentafluorophenylantimony (III and V)

Derivatives of 2-Methoxybenzoic acid". S. K. Shukla, Ashok Ranjan and A. K. Saxena,

Synth. React. Inorg. Met.-Org. Chem., 30(5), (2000) 909-919.

0.699

30 “Some Studies on the Reaction of Aliphatic and Aromatic amines with

Terephalolyacetylene”. R. K. Tewari, A. K. Saxena and P. S. Venkataramani,

Indian J. Chemistry, 41(B), (2002) 384-387.

0.346

31 “Novel Thermostable Epoxy Resin Coatings Based on Organosilanes and silicones”.M.

Bajpaie, S. Seth, A. K. Saxena and A. Ranjan, Pigments and Resin Technol., 31(3),

(2002)171-178.

0.346

32 "Fluorophenylantimony Carboxylates [ II ]: Synthesis and Spectroscopic studies (UV, IR, 1H

, 19F and 13C NMR) of Pentafluorophenylantimony (V) di and tetracarboxylates". S. K.

Shukla, Ashok Ranjan and A. K. Saxena, J. fluorine Chem., 113, (2002) 155-159.

1.737

33 “Synthesis and Charecterisation of Some New Triorganophosphorous,-Arsenic and

Antimony (V) Amido Derivatives”. Sanjeev K. Shukla, Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena,

Phosphorus, Sulphur and Silicon , 178(4), (2003) 785-795.

0.675

34 “Some reaction and spectroscopic studies of tris(pentafluorophenyl)arsenic and –

antimony (III and V) derivatives”. Sanjeev K. Shukla, Ashok Ranjan, A. K.

Saxena, J. Flurorine Chem., 122 (2003) 165- 170.

1.737

35 “Synthesis and Charecterization of Some New Cycloaddition Products of

Bifunctionalacetylene Ketones”. R. K. Tewari and A. K. Saxena, Synthetic

Communications, 33 (18) (2003) 3135-3146.

1.058

36 “Optical Characterization of Polysilane Thin Films”. A. Sharma, Deepak, Satyendra

Kumar. M. Katiyar, A. K. Saxena, A. Ranjan, R. K. Tewari, Synthetic Metals, 139

(2003) 835-837.

1.901

37 “Common House Environment pollutants, their Control A Herbal Remedy”. P. C. Pant and

A. K. Saxena, Univ. J. Phtochem. & Aurvedic Heights, 1(2) (2003) 50-52.

1.749

38 “Some Thermal Studies of Polysilanes and Polycarbosilanes”. Sanjeev K. Shukla,

Rajesh K. Tewari, Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena and G.N.Mathur, Thermochemica

Acta, 424(1-2) (2004) 209-217.

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39 “Prakratik Vaspsheel tel aur unki Upyogita”, P. C. Pant and A. K. Saxena: Bhartiya

Vaigyanik aur Audyogic Anusandhan Patrika (CSIR), 12 (2004) 249-50.

1.194

40 “Synthesis and Characterization of Some New Mixed

Pentafluorophenylorganoantimony(III a & V) Derivatives” Sanjeev K. Shukla, A.

Ranjan and A. K. Saxena, Polyhedron, 25(6), (2006) 1415-1420.

1.187

41 “The Flexible PEI composites”. T. Rath, S. Kumar, R. N. Mahaling, M. Mukharjee,

C. K. Das, K. N. Pandey and A. K. Saxena, Polymer Composite, 27(5), (2006)

533-538.

4.162

42 “Flexible composite of PEEK and Liquid Crystalline Polymer in Presence of

Polyphosphazene”. T. Rath, S. Kumar, R. N. Mahaling, M. Mukharjee, C. K. Das,

K. N. Pandey and A. K. Saxena, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 104(6) (2007)3758-3765.

0.586

43 “Morphology Evolution of Sb2S3 Under Hydrothermal Conditions: Flower like

Structure to Nano Rod”, Jyotiranjan Ota,Poulomi Roy, S. K. Srivastava, B. B.

Nayak and Arvind K. Saxena, Crystal Growth & Design, 8(6) (2008) 2019-2023

3.225

44 “Synthesis and Biological activity of a Novel Compound:(C6F5)2SbPh.” R. Kant,

K. Singhal, S. K. Shukla, K. Chandrashekhar, A. K. Saxena, A. Ranjan, P. Raj,

Phosphorus, Sulphur, Silicon and The Related Elements, 183(8), (2008) 2029-2039.

0.404

45 “Thermoplastic Polyolefin Based Polymer-blend-layered double hydroxide

nanocomposites”. T. Kuila, S. K. Srivastava, A. K. Bhowmic, A. K. Saxena,

Composite Science & Technology, 68 (2008)3234-3239.

3.633

46 “Effect of polyphosphazene on the properties of blend of nylon 6, 6/thermotropic

liquid crystalline polymer”, S Bose, M Mukherjee, T Rath, CK Das, AK

Saxena,Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites 28 (2),(2009) 157-166

1.567

47 “A New Technique for Coating Silicon Carbide onto Carbon Nanotubes using a

Polycarbosilane Precursor”, Rakesh K. Gupta, Raghwesh Mishra, K.

Mukhopadhyay, R. K. Tewari, Ashok Ranjan and Arvind K. Saxena, Silicon, 1

(2009) 125-129.

1.691

48 “Synthesis and Characterisation of Some Novel Silicon Esters and Their

Application as Lubricant Base Stock Solution”, Kanak Saxena, C. S. Bisaria and A.

K. Saxena, App. Organomet. Chem., 23 (2009) 535-540.

1.44

49 “Synthesis of Fe-SiC Nanowires via Precursor Route”, R. Mishra, R. K. Tiwari, A.

K. Saxena, J.Inorg. & Orgnometallic Polymers & Materials, 6 (2009) 9259.

1.567

50 “Effect of Modified MW CNT and Polyphophazene Elastomer on the Properties of

PES/LCP Blend System”, S. Bose, M. Mukherjee, C. K. Das & A. K. Saxena,

Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 9 (11), (2009)6569-6578

1.446

51 “Studies on The Synthesis and Thermal Properties of Alkoxsilanes Terminated

Organosilicone Dendrimers”. Kanak Saxena, C. S. Bisaria and Arvind.K. Saxena,

J.Applied Organomet. Chem., 24 (2010)251-256.

1.567

52 “Reinforcement of Ballshaped MoS2 nanoparticles in Epoxy resin”, Suneel Kumar

Srivastava, Ashish Kumar Sahoo, Kartick Bindumadhavan, Saraswathi Kesavapillai

Manu, Bijan Bihari Nayak, Koushik Biswas,Arvind Kumar Saxena, and Rajendra

Singh , J. Nanoscience Nanotech., 10(2010)1-9.

1.518

53 “Synthesis, characterization, antifungal, antibacterial, and antitumor activities of

some tris(pentafluorophenyl) arsenic(V) derivatives”, Rahul Mishra , Kiran

Singhal , Ashok Ranjan , A. K. Saxena , Prem Raj, Heteroatom Chem , 21 (2010)

181-187.

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54 “Synthesis and effect of polyphosphazenes on the thermal, mechanical and

morphological properties of poly(etherimide)/thermotropic liquid crystalline polymer

blend”, S. Bose , N. Pramanik , C.K. Das , A. Ranjan, A.K. Saxena, Materials and Design,

31(3), (2010) 1148–1155.

3.219

55 Effect of polyphosphazene elastomer on the compatibility and properties of PES/TLCP

composites, S Bose, M Mukherjee, CK Das, AK Saxena, Polymer Composites 31 (3), (2010)

543-552.

1.455

56 Studies on the Rheological Behaviour of Polycarbosilane Part I. Effect of Time,

temperature and Atmosphere”, R. K. Gupta, R. Mishra, Ashok Ranjan & A. K. Saxena,

Silicon, 3(2011)27-35.

0.820

57 “Nanostructured carbon and polymeric materials – synthesis and their application in

energy conversion devices”, D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K. Mukhopadhyay and A. K. Saxena,

Renewable Energy, 36, (2011)1014 .

3.2

58 Effect of polyphosphazene and modified carbon nanotubes on the morphological

and thermo-mechanical properties of polyphenylene sulfide and liquid crystalline

polymer blend system, GC Nayak, R Rajasekar, S Sahoo, CK Das, AK Saxena, A

Ranjan, Journal of materials science 46 (24), (2011)7672-7680.

2.305

59 Compatibilizing effect of functionalized polyphosphazene on the properties of

poly(phenylene oxide)/Vectra A blend system”, S. Bose, C. K. Das, A. K. Saxena, A.

Ranjan, Journal of applied polymer science,119 (4), (2011) 1914-1922

1.30

60 A real time analysis of the self assembly process using thermal analysis inside the DSC

instrument, D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K. Mukhopadhyay and A. K. Saxena, The Journal of

Physical Chemistry B, 116, 7920 (2012).

3.377

61 Improved graphitization and electrical conductivity of suspended carbon nano fibers

derived from CNT/PAN composite by directed electrospinning, D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K.

Mukhopadhyay and A. K. Saxena, CARBON, 50, 1753 (2012).

5.378

62 Effect of polyphosphazene coated multiwalled carbon nanotube on the miscibility of

polyether-imide/ polyetheretherketone blends, Dinesh Sirohi, Vishal Verma, K. N.

Pandey, Vijai Kumar, A. K. Saxena, Asian Journal of Research in Chemistry, 5 (5), (2012)

650-554

1.897

63 Compatibilization of polyetherimide/liquid crystalline polymer blend using

modified multiwalled carbon nanotubes and polyphosphazene as compatibilizers,

GC Nayak, S Sahoo, S Das, G Karthikeyan, CK Das, AK Saxena, Journal of

Applied Polymer Science 124 (1), (2012)629-637

1.30

64 “A novel carbon rich crystalline (C) SiC–Si(n) interface using liquid polycarbosilane as a

precursor – a unique Schottky junction”, Jonaki Mukherjee, Ashok Ranjan, Arvind K.

Saxena, Sankar Karan,Dwijesh K. Dutta Majumder, Arnab Ghosh, Sujan Ghosh, Probal K.

6.626

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Dasa and Rajat Banerjee; J. Mater. Chem. C, 1, 6945, (2013)

65 “Needleless Electrospinning And Coating of Poly Vinyl Alcohol With Cross-Linking Agent

Via In-Situ Technique”, M.K. Sinha, B.R. Das, Anurag Srivastava and A.K. Saxena,

International Journal of Textile and Fashion Technology, vol. 3, Issue 5, (2013) 29-38.

3.349

66 “Influence of process parameters on eletrospun nanofibres morphology”,M. K. Sinha,

B.R. Das, Anurag Srivastava & A.K. Saxena, Asian Journal of Textile, Vol. 3, Issue 1, (2013)

8-14.

3.406

67 “Liquid polycarbosilane derived SiC coating on silicon(111) wafer for enhanced

mechanical properties”, Jonaki Mukherjee, Ashok Ranjan, Arvind K. Saxena, Probal K.

Das and Rajat Banerjee; Applied Surface Science, 270 (2013) 219-224

2.538

68 “Effect of Stearate Ion in Reinforcing Thermomechanical Properties of in-situ

Polymerized Polyurethane/Layered Double Hydroxide”, M. Kotal, S.K. Srivastava, S.K.

Manu, A.K. Saxena and K.N. Pandey, Nanocomposites, Polymer International, 62

(2013)728-735.

2.247

69 CNT Based and Graphene Based Polymer Nanocomposites for Radar Absorbing

Applications-II , CK Das, CHV Sudhakar, MK Kundu, AK Saxena, V Nigam,

World J. of Nanoscience & Technology 2 (1), (2013) 42-46.

1.23

70 Microwave interactive properties of cotton fabrics coated with carbon nanotubes

/polyurethane composite, K K Gupta, S M Abbas, Anurag Srivastava, M Nasim, A

K Saxena & Ashutosh Abhyankar, Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research, 38,

(2013) 357-365.

0.42

71 “Study of Electrospun Polycarbosilane (PCS) Nano fibrous web by Needle-less

Technique”, M.K. Sinha, B.R. Das, R. Mishra, A. Ranjan, A. Srivastava and A.K. Saxena,

Journal of Fashion and Textiles – Springer, 1 (2), (2014) 2-14.

1.56

72 “Immobilization of individual nanotube in graphite layers for electrical characterization”,

D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K. Mukhopadhyay and A. K. Saxena, Nanotechnology, 25 (2014)

115701.

3.842

73 “The effect of doubly modified carbon nanotube derivative on the microstructure of

epoxy resin”, D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K. Mukhopadhyay and A. K. Saxena, Polymer, 55

(2014)583.

3.968

74 “Mechanical and tribological properties of silicon carbide coating on to Inconel alloy

from liquid pre-ceramic precursor”, J. Mukherjee, S. Chkraborty, S. Chakravarty, A.

K.Saxena, Ashok Ranjan and P K Das; Ceramic International 40 (2014) 6639-6645

2.086

75 “Studies on the Synthesis and Reaction of Silicone oxirane Dendrimers and their thermal

& rheological properties”, Sangeeta Kandapal & A. K. Saxena, European Polymer Journal,

3.245

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58 (2014) 115–124

76 “Wide visible and unique NIR fluorescent from SiC nanocrystals embedded in carbon rich

SiC matrix derived from liquid polycarbosilane”, Jonaki Mukherjee, Arnavb Ghosh, Sujan

Ghosh, Ashok Ranjan, A.K. Saxena, Probal Kumar Dasa, and Rajat Banerjee; RCS

Advances Comm. 4, (2014) 13822

3.708

77 “Rheological Behaviour of Polycarbosilane Part II: Effect of Heterometal (Al) Content and

Nature of Bonding with Si of Polycarbosilane”, Rakesh kumar Gupta, Arvind Kumar

Saxena, Silicon, 6 (2014)233-246.

0.810

78 “Study of Electrospun Chitosan Nanofibrous Coated Webs”, M.K. Sinha, B.R. Das, Anurag

Srivastava and A.K. Saxena, Journal of Nano Research, 27 (2014) 129-141.

0.57

79 Polymeric membrane using Ag nanoparticles decorated functionalized carbon nanotube

for mobile water purification unit, D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K. MUKHOPADHYAY and A. K.

Saxena, Nanotech. Inside, 5, 127 (2014)

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80 The role of functional moieties on carbon nanotube surfaces in solar energy conversion,

D. Roy, N. Tiwari, K. MUKHOPADHYAY and A. K. Saxena, CHEMPHYSCHEM, 15, 3839

(2014).

3.420

81 “Structural and magnetic properties of pulsed laser deposited Fe–SiC thin films”, Mukesh

Kumar, Ramesh Chandra, Manjeet S. Goyat, Raghwesh Mishra, Rajesh K. Tiwari, A. K.

Saxena, Thin Solid Films, 579 (2015) 64–67.

1.867

82 “Study of Electrospun Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) and PAN/CNT Composite Nanofibrous

Webs”, M.K. Sinha, B.R. Das, Anurag Srivastava and A. K. Saxena, Research Journal of

Textile and Apparel, 19 (1), 2015.

0.437

83 “Enhanced nano-mechanical and wear properties of polycarbosilane derived SiC coating

on Silicon”, Jonaki Mukherjee, Sujan Ghosh, Arnab Ghos, Ashok Ranjan, Arvind K Saxena,

Probal K. das and Rajat Banerjee, Applied Surface Science, 325 (2015) 39-44

2.538

84 “Synthesis of some novel silicone-imide hybrid inorganic-organic polymer and their

properties”, Kanak Saxena, C. S. Bisaria, S. J. S. Kalara, A. K. Saxena, Progress in Organic

Coatings, 78(2015)234-238

2.302

85 “Positional controlled manipulation of the carbon nanotube surface by selective

screening”, D. Roy, N. Tiwari, M. Gupta, K. Mukhopadhyay and A. K. Saxena, The Journal

of Physical Chemistry C, 119, 716 (2015).

4.835

86 “Effect of Halloysite Nanotubes as Novel Nanofiller on Peroxide and Electron Beam

radiation initiated Polyphosphazene Elastomer”, Kundu, Hatu, C. K. Das, Vineeta Nigam,

A K Saxena, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, Communicated, Manuscript

1.481

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ID: 961079

87 “Synthesis and Characterisation of Silicone Dendrimers as High Performance Lubricants”,

Sangeeta Kandapal & A. K. Saxena, Jou. Of Org. Chem., 791: 232-237 (2015).

2.302

88 “Synthesis and Characterization of soluble Silicone Imide Dendrimers as High

Performance coating Materials”, Sangeeta Kandapal & A. K. Saxena, Inter. Jou. Of

Scientific & Technological Research, Vol. 4, Issue 6, 300-305 (2015).

3.023

89 “Development of insecticide incorporated knitted fabric long lasting efficiency”, Priyanka

Katiyar, Sraddha Mishra, Dev Singh, Lal Chandra, Anurag Srivastava and Arvind Saxena,

submitted for publication in the Journal of Industrial Textiles. DOI NO.

1528083714537107 dated June.2014

1.20

90 “Evaluation of curing behavior of tetra-functional epoxy resin with methyl nadic

anhydride” , Krishna Pratap Singh, Vineeta Nigam, Anuradha Mishra, Vijay Kumar and

A.K. Saxena, International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology

(IJARET), Volume 6, Issue 04, (April 2015) Accepted

91 Dual Effect of Polyphosphazene and Halloysite Nanotubes in the blends of Poly

(phenylene oxide)/Liquid crystalline polymer, Parthajit Pal, Asish Malas, Anirban Maitra,

Chapal Kumar Das, Vineeta Nigam & Arvind Kr. Saxena, Polymer-Plastics Technology and

Engineering 54(17) · September 2015

1.481

92 Platinum decorated multi-walled carbon nanotubes/Triton X-100 modified carbon paste

electrode for the sensitive amperometric determination of Paracetamol, J.

Electroanalytical Chemistry 739 (2015) 49–57.

2.73

93 Polycarbosilane Based UD C/SiC Composites Effect of in-situ grown SiC- nanopins

onmechanical properties, Suresh Kumar, M. K. Misra, Somar Mandal, R. K. gupta,

Raghwesh Misra, Ashok ranjan, A. K. Saxena, Ceramic International,

Article in Ceramics International 41(10) · July 2015

2.61

94 The Insight into the Mechanism of Decontamination and Disinfection at the

Functionalized Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Interfaces, Debmalya Roy, Neeru Tiwari, S

Kanojia, Kingsuk Mukhoupadhyaya and Arvind K saxena, Journal of Physical Chemistry C

119(29) · June 2015, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b04114

4.77

95 Synthesis of organic-inorganic chiral block poly(methylphenylsilane) functional polymers,

and study of their optical and chiroptical properties,Meenu, Debendu S Bag and Arvind

Kumar Saxena, Journal of Polymer Science Part A Polymer Chemistry · September 2016

DOI: 10.1002/pola.28251

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Patents (Granted/Filed/Submitted): Fifty (52)

01 A process for preparation of Water Proofing Composition, Arvind Kumar Saxena and Rajendra Prasad Rai, Patent No. 220675. Application No.141/DEL/2002. Filed on 25-02-2002.

02 Novel compound as insecticidal and its processing., Krishnappa Chandrashekar, Hari Mohan Behl, Vishal Kumar, Om Prakash Sidhu, Palpu Puspgandan, Chandra Venkatashwara Rao, Sanjeev Kumar Shukla, Ashok Ranjan, Arvind Kumar Saxena, Ravi Kant, Kiran Singhal, Prem Raj, Global Patent No. 00388NF2004. Filed on 15-6-2003.

03 A process for the preparation of Neutral Diesters, Chandra Swaroop Bisaria, Arvind Kumar Saxena, Om Prakash, Gyanesh Narain Mathur. Patent No.239820, Application No., 1379/DEL/2003 Filed on 31-12-2003.

04 A process for the preparation of Polyol Esters,. Chandra Swaroop Bisaria,, Arvind Kumar Saxena, Om Praksh and Gyanesh Narain Mathur, Application No.,1486/DEL/2003.

Dated 23Aug 2003. Patent No. 262439, (21-8-2014)

05 A process for the synthesis of Polycarbosilane as ceramic material precursor, Arvind Kumar Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Rajesh Kumar Tewari, Gyanesh Narain Mathur, Application. No.2254/DEL/2004.

06 Silicone Base Esters and Preparation Thereof, Arvind Kumar Saxena, Chandra Swaroop Bisaria, Kanak Saxena, Application No. 2126/DEL/2009.

07 Polysiloxane Esters and Preparation Thereof , Arvind Kumar Saxena, Chandra Swaroop Bisaria, Kanak Saxena, Application No. 2127/DEL/2009.

08 Designing of multi-tubular horizontal electric furnace for the large scale synthesis of carbon nano / micro structures by Catalytic Chemical Vapour Deposition (CCVD) method” K. Mukhopadhyay & A. K. Saxena 27 / DEL / 2010.

09 Preparation of SiC foams using Polycarbosilane as precursor material , Arvind Kumar Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Rajesh Kumar Tewari, Raghvesh Mishra, Rakesh Kumar Gupta, Application No.792/DEL/2010.

10 “Developing bi-metallic catalyst for high yield (≥ 95%) synthesis of carbon nanotubes by Catalytic Chemical Vapour Deposition (CCVD) method” K. Mukhopadhyay & A. K. Saxena - [Application number 2228 / DEL / 2010].

11 Standalone throat Hard Armor Panel. Amit Kumar,. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari . Arvind Kumar

Saxena 258/ DEL/2013.

12 Fabrication of Soft Armor Panel Composite. Amit Kumar, Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, Arvind

Kumar Saxena 869/DEL/2013.

13 Process of positional controlled functionalization and maneuvering nanometer size channels

on 1-D nanostructures by selective screening of the surface (Process for producing

positionally controlled modified nanostructures) - , D Roy, Neeru Tiwari, K

Mukhopadhyay, A K Saxena, 1012 / DEL / 2013.

14 Preparation of Polyphosphazene Fiber by melt spinning process” A K Saxena, Vineeta

Nigam, Sandeep Kumar, Anjlina Kerketta, 1253/DEL/2013.

15 A new design and fabrication route for long term health monitoring and perspective- Alok

Srivastava, K Mukhopadhyay, A K Saxena, Bhavesh Bhartia, Ashutosh Sharma 2716 /

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DEL / 2013.

16 A Process for Fabrication of Aligned Carbon Nano-tubes over inorganic fibres- Alok

Srivastava, K Mukhopadhyay, A K Saxena 2784/DEL/2013.

17 A New Fuel Composition Based on Petroleum Cut and Synthetic Hydrocarbon for Liquid

Ramjet Application- Tandra Nandi, A.K Saxena, 2851/DEL/2013.

18 A Process for producing multifunctional metal silicon carbide nano-fiber web on a

substrate and product thereof. Arvind Kumar Saxena, Mukesh Kumar Sinha, Anurag

Srivastava, Ashok Ranjan, Raghwesh Mishra and Biswa Ranjan Das. 3035/DEL/2013.

19 The high yield continuous process for the encapsulation of C60 inside CNT and the design

of a corresponding apparatus thereof-N. Tewari. D. Roy, K. Mukhopadhyay & A. K.

Saxena, 3351 / DEL / 2013.

20 The process of fabrication of polymeric membrane using Ag nanoparticles decorated

functionalized CNT for water purification number- D Roy, Neeru Tiwari, , K

Mukhopadhyay, A K Saxena 0175 / DEL / 2014.

21 A process for preperation of reinforced carbon –silicon carbide (C-SiC) composite” Suresh

Kumar, RK Gupta, Raghwesh Mishra, Manoj Kumar Misra, Ashok Ranjan and Arvind

Kumar Saxena-192/DEL/2014.

22 Synthesis of functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) by soft and harsh

chemical methods for making high performance composite using epoxy resin” - D Roy,

Babita Shastri, , K Mukhopadhyay, A K Saxena, 2621 / DEL / 2010 - converted into

INTERNATIONAL PATENT

23 The process of making thermally conducting but electrically nonconducting high strength

composites using individual carbon nanotube embedded in graphitic flakes- D Roy, Neeru

Tiwari, , K Mukhopadhyay, A K Saxena, 1144/DEL/2014 - converted into

INTERNATIONAL PATENT

24 Flame retardant composition fibers process of preparation and applications thereof. A K

Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Sandeep Kumar, Anjlina Kerketta PCT/IN2013/000569-

converted into INTERNATIONAL PATENT

25 Process for the production of zirconium diboride zirconium carbide binary ceramic powder and using it thereof to prepare SiC:ZrB2:ZrC CMC. Arvind Kumar Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Suresh Kumar, Raghwesh Mishra, Rakesh Kumar Gupta- 301/DEL/2014.

26 Process of Generation of Graphene Nanosheets, Uttam Saha, Jyoti Prakash Singh, T.H. Goswami, Anurag Srivastava & A.K. Saxena.1013/DEL/2014.

27 A process for the production of nanometal oxide bottle brush structure- A. K. Srivastava, K.

Mukhopadhyay & A. K. Saxena. 1174 / DEL /2014.

28 Chemical Vapour Deposition of Silicon Carbide, Arvind Kumar Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Suresh Kumar, Santosh Tripathi, Raghwesh Mishra, Rakesh Kumar Gupta 1977/DEL/2014.

29 Graphene-Polymer Nanocomposites and Process for Preparation thereof, Jyoti Prakash Singh, U. Saha, R.S. Anand, T.H. Goswami, Anurag Srivastava & A. K. Saxena. 1247/DEL/2014.

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30 A process for preparation of activated carbon spheres. G.S. Singh, H.C. Joshi, Rohitash Kr. Singh, Shailendra Tripathi, Anurag Srivastava & A.K. Saxena, Submission:. No- TR/0588 dated Nov. 2013

31 Preparation of radar absorbing mesh structured fabric using conductive ingredients for 8-18 GHz frequency” by K.K. Gupta, A.K. Saxena, Anurag Srivastava, S.M. Abbas, Om Dev & Dur Vijay Singh, Submission:. No- TR/0588 dated Dec. 2013.

32 Process for the synthesis of complete Neutral Di and Polyol Esters and Thermal Resistant Lubricants. A K Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Mritunjay K Pandey, CS Bisaria, Submission: 2712/DEL/2015

33 The Process for the preparation of Oligo or polycarbosilane Ester as base stock for high performance lubricants. A K Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Mritunjay K Pandey, 2094/DEL/2015.

34 A process for the SiC deposition using plasma enhanced chemical vapor depostion method A K Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Suresh Kumar, S K Tripathi, R Mishra, R Gupta M K Mishra, Submission:. No- TR/0588 dated 25-11-2014 (PD015195IN-SC/DRDO ref ERIP/ip/1401105/M/01)

35 Composition comprising Carbosilane Ester. Arvind Kumar Saxena, Vineeta Nigam & Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, 3092/DEL/2015

36 Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) based composition, fibers, process of preparation and applications of thereof. A K Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Sandeep Kumar, Mritunjay K Pandey. 2929/DEL/2015.

37 Preparations of Flame retardant Nylon Fiber by melt Spinning Process using Polyphosphazene as an additive. A K Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Sandeep Kumar, Anjlina Kerketta, KP Singh, Submission:. No- TR/0588 dated 23-12-2014

38 Synthesis of hybrid Organic Inorganic high Temperature thermoset resin matrix using phosphonitrite and phthalonitrile segments. A K Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, D.N Tripathi, Mritunjay K Pandey, Zulfiqar Ali, A R Khan, Submission: ERIP/IP/1501076/M/01

39 A Novel technique for coating of Iron –Silicon carbide Nano- fibrous WEB on Carbon Fabric, Mukesh Sinha, Anurag Srivastava, A. Ranjan, Arvind Kumar Saxena Submission:. No- TR/0588 dated 18-6-2013

40 Silicon Carbide Ceramic Fibers from Polycarbosilane Precursors and process thereof. A K Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Rajesh Tiwari, R Mishra, R Gupta, Indian Ordinary Patent Application No. 201611011921 filed on April 04, 2016, Your Ref:ERIP/IP/1501026/M/0, LLS Ref: RCD:NSA:yrt: 7950

41 Phosphonitrile Resin and Process for Preparation thereof, Mritunjay Kumar Pandey Vineeta Nigam, Durgesh Nath Tripathi, Zulfiqar Ali, Abdul Rahman Khan, & Arvind Kumar Saxena, 3093/DEL/2015.

42 Process for the Preparation of Low viscosity and High Density Thermal Resistant Synthetic Lubricant. Vineeta Nigam, Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, Sandeep Kumar, Amit Singh, & Arvind Kumar Saxena, 201611011920.

43 Polyacryonitrile (PAN) Based Composition, Fibers, Process of Preparation and Applications thereof. Arvind Kumar Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Sandeep Kumar & Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, 2929/DEL/2015.

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44 Synthesis of high yield of narrow poly dispersed dichlorophosphonitrile elastomer via improved heat transfer process in molten mass of phosphonitrilic trimer. Vineeta Nigam, Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, Krishna Pratap Singh, Sandeep Kumar & Arvind Kumar Saxena. ERIP/IP/150060/M/01.

45 Process for the preparation of flame retardant polypropylene fiber using polyphosphazene as an additive. Arvind Kumar Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Sandeep Kumar & Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, ERIP/IP/1501097/M/01.

46 Process for the making meltable blends of polyacrylonitrile & polyphosphazene suitable for making films and fibers. Arvind Kumar Saxena, Vineeta Nigam, Sandeep Kumar, Mritunjay Kumar Pandey & Amit Singh, , 201611011919 .

47 Process for the synthesis of polyphosphazene using new catalysts & catalyst combinations. Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, Vineeta Nigam, & Arvind Kumar Saxena ERIP/IP/1501074/M/01.

48 Preparation of Hybrid Silicon Carbide Precursor Material for High Char Yield Thermostable Resin. Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, Vineeta Nigam Abdul Rahman Khan, Arvind Kumar Saxena, ERIP/IP/1501077/M/01.

49 Hybrid Organosilicone based Phthalonitrile Thermostable Resin and Process of Preparation Thereof. Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, Vineeta Nigam Abdul Rahman Khan, Arvind Kumar Saxena, ERIP/IP/1501076/M/01.

50 Rubber and Rosin Based Adhesive Compositions and Process for Preparation Thereof. Anjlina

Kerketta, Mritunjay Kumar Pandey, Vineeta Nigam, Durgesh Nath Tripathi, Arvind Kumar Saxena, N. Eswara Prasad, ERIP/IP/1601001/M/01.

51 Deposition of thermooxidative stable silicon carbide (SIC) layer on carbon and graphite substrates" by Santosh Kr. Tripathi and Arvind kr. Saxena:Indian Patent No: 201611033973 dateof filing: 04.10.2016

52 Cyclic orgnopentasilane precursors for deposition of silicon thin films and method of preapring the same" by Santosh Kr. Tripathi and Arvind Kr. Saxena;Indian Patent No. 201611034006 date of filling: 04.10.2016

National Conference

S.No. Conference Year

1 "Synthesis and Characterization of Some Perfluorophenylantimony

(V)Aryloxycarboxylates" Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena and P. S. Venkataramani; Indian

1991

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Science Congress, Indore.

2 "Synthesis of Some Multifunctional Organosilanes and Silicones via Hydrosilylation

Reaction" Ashok Ranjan and A. K. Saxena, Indian Science Congress, Baroda .

1992

3 "Synthesis and Spectroscopic Studies (UV, IR, 1H, 13C and 19F NMR) of Some Tris(s-

Fluorophenyl) antimony (V) Diacetates" Ashok Ranjan and A. K. Saxena, 80th Indian

Science Congress.

1993

4 "Epoxy phosphonitriles - A New Class of Hi-tech Polymers" Ashok Ranjan, Amar Singh, A.

K. Saxena and L. D.Kandpal: Polymer 94, IPCL Vadodara.

1994.

5 “Thermal Ring Opening Polymerization of Hexachlorocyclotriphosphazene: A Large Scale

Synthesis, Derivatization and Characterization" Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena and P. S.

Venkataramani; National seminar on "Recent Advances in Polymer" at Indore .

1995

6 “Perflurophenylantimony Acetates (II): Synthesis and characterization of some

Flurophenylantimony (III & V) adducts with o- Anisic Acid” Ashok Ranjan and A. K.

Saxena, Indian Science Congress, Hyderabad (1998).

1998

7 “Hexaorganogallium antimony Adducts - A novel synthetic approach and IR, NMR, TGA

and DSC studies” A. K.Saxena, Ashok Ranjan and P. S. Venkataramani, Presented in

National seminar on metalloorganics (1998) 30.

1998

8 “Some studies on the Synthesis of Polysilanes and Polycarbosilanes as Ceramic Materials

Precursors” Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena and G. N. Mathur, Indo-Japan Workshop on

Advanced Fibers and Composites.

1999

9 “Synthesis of Phosphazene Dendrimers”,Avaneesh kumar, Ashok ranjan & A. K. Saxena,

Macro 2000, DMSRDE, Kanpur.

2000

10 “Some Studies (IR, GPC & Thermal) on Hydrosilyl Modified Polycarbosilane” R. K. Tewari,

Ashok Ranjan and Arvind K. Saxena, National Seminar on Engineering Ceramics:

Prospects in the new Millennium.

2000

11 “Synthesis and Characterization of Some New Imido-fluoroalkoxy Cyclophosphazene

Derivatives and their polymerization Studies for the Development of Hybrid Organic-

Inorganic Polymers” Arvind K. Saxena Macroo-2002, IIT, Kharagpur.

2002

12 “Synthesis of Polysilane High Polymers for LED Applications” Sanjeev K. Shukla, V.

Chandrashekhar, A. K. Saxena, Deepak, M. Katiyar, G. N. Mathur, Indo-Italian Workshop

on Organic Semiconductors, IIT, Kanpur.

2003

13 “Application of SEM studies to establish the coating of the SiC on metal surfaces by

using PCS as precursor" R.K. Tiwari, Ashok Ranjan, K N Pandey, A. K. Saxena and G. N

Mathur; National Conference on Electron Microscopy at CPRI, Shimla.

2003

14 “Pyrolysis Studies of Polycarbosilane" R. K. Tiwari, Ashok Ranjan and A. K. Saxena,

Advanced Polymer Workshop at DMSRDE, Kanpur.

2003

15 “Synyhesis and Characterization of metal containing polycarbosilane" R. K Tiwari, Ashok

Ranjan and A. K. Saxena presented in ISAMAP-2K4, IIT Kharagpur.

2004

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16 “SEM studis of SiC deposition on Carbon fiber and SiO2 using functional PCS" R. K .Tiwari,

Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena, K. N Pandey and G. N. Mathur; EMSI, NPL New Delhi 2004.

2004

17 “Prakratik Vaspsheel Tel aur unki Upyogita” P. C. Pant and A. K. Saxena, Tritiya Akhil

Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan, New Delhi.

2004

18 “Study on phase morphology of DFI and LCP blends in presence of Polyphosphazene",

Ashok Ranjan, K. N. Pandey, A.. K. Saxena and C.K. Das; National Conference on Electron

Microscopy at RRL, Trivandrum.

2006

19 “Some studies on the PVC Silicone rubber blends" A. K. Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, Kailash N.

Pandey and Gaurav Kumar, National symposium on Eemerging Trends in Polymer

Science and Technology (ETPST- 2006) at IIT Kharagpur.

2006

21 High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites (HTCMC-6), Sardar Patel University,

VallabhVidya Nagar, 4-7 Sep 2007. (Conducted at India Habitat Centre, Delhi).

2007

22 “Studies on Essential Oil Blends Developed for Mental Endurance” P. C. Pant and A. K.

Saxena, 3rd World Ayurveda Congress & Arogya-2008, Jaipur (India)

2008

23 “High Performance Nanocomposite with special reference to Interfacial Adhesion” S.

Bose, C. K. Das and A. K. Saxena, Chemical Congress-2008, Kathmandu, Nepal.

2008

24 “Rheology of Aluminium Containing Polycarbosilane” RK Gupta, RK Tiwari, A Ranjan & A.

K. Saxena, PPS-25, Goa.

2009

25 “Modification of Epoxy Resin Using Organosilicone Oligomer as Reactive Diluent” R

Mishra, R K Tiwari, Ashok Ranjan & A K Saxena, IRE09, Kolkata.

2009

26 “Aroma Therapy” P. C. Pant and A. K. Saxena, 2nd National Conference on Innovation in

Indian Science, Engineering and Technology, National Physical laboratory, Delhi.

2009

27 “Influence of Polycarbosilane wrapped multiwalled carbon nanotubes on epoxy nano

composites” R K Gupta, R Mishra, R K Tiwari , Ashok Ranjan & A K Saxena, PES-2010,

Punjab University, Chandigarh (Nov 26-27).

2010

28 “High Performance Polymer Composite with Special Reference to Interfacial Adhesion”,

S. Bose, C. K. Das, A. K. Saxena & Ashok ranjan, India india-Swiss Bonding (ISB 2010),

manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, Sikkim (11-13 Feb).

2010

29 “High Temperature materials Preparation via Precursor Routes” Invited Talk, National

Workshop on High Temperature materials in Aerospace applications, Dept of Aerospace

Engineering & centre for Aerospace Research, MIT, Chennai.

2010

30 Novel styrene butadiene nanocomposites reinforced with poly carbo silane-derived silicon

carbide coated MWCNT’S T. K. Mishra, Pratibha Singh, Vishal Verma, K. N. Pandey, Vijai

Kumar, A. K. Saxena, National Conference on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (Nano Tech

2012)

2012

31 Comparative studies on the performance of nanocomposites based on PEEK/PEI polymer

matrix filled with MWCNT’s modified by Polycarbosilane and Polyphosphazene, Vishal

Verma, K. N. Pandey, Vijai Kumar, A. K. Saxena, Polymers and composites in Medicine ,

Engineering & defence (PCMED -2012)

2012

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32 Novel styrene butadiene nanocomposites reinforced with poly carbo silane-derived

silicon carbide coated MWCNT’S, T. K. Mishra, Pratibha Singh, Vishal Verma, K. N.

Pandey, Vijai Kumar, A. K. Saxena, National Conference on Nanoscience &

Nanotechnology (Nano Tech 2012)

2012

33 Inorganic based flame retardant Epoxy/Polycarbo-silane derived silicon carbide modified

MWCNT nanocomposite Deepak Kumar, K. N. Pandey, Vishal Verma, Vijai Kumar, A. K.

Saxena, National Seminar on bio-polymer and green composite CBPST Kochi

2013

34 Thermal and morphological studies on modified multiwall carbon nanotube dispersed in

poly (ether-ether) ketone/poly etherimide nanocomposites Vishal Verma, K. N. Pandey,

Vijai Kumar, A. K. Saxena, Recent Advances in Polymer Technology ( RAPT 2013)

2013

35 Inorganic based flame retardant Epoxy/Polycarbo-silane derived silicon carbide modified

MWCNT nanocomposite, Deepak Kumar, K. N. Pandey, Vishal Verma, Vijai Kumar, A. K.

Saxena, National Seminar on bio-polymer and green composite CBPST Kochhi ,

27/09/2013

2013

36 Non Metallic Materials, Invited talk A.K. Saxena, Fast Tracking Innovation in Railways-

“FAST-INNOV-IR 2013” RDSO, Lucknow, 27th Sept 2013.

2013

37 Invited talk on- Development and Characterization of Electrospun Nano Fibrous Coated

Webs for Defence Textiles Applications., M.K. Sinha, B.R. Das, A. Srivastava and A.K.

Saxena, ALIGARH NANO-IV International 2014 (March 8-10, 2014), Published in abstract

book & souvenir, pp 13, 8 March 2014.

2014

International conference

1 Reaction of Less Common Electrophiles with Metal-Carbon and Metal- Metal Bonds.,

Ashok Ranjan, A. K. Saxena, Prem Raj, Kiran Singhal and Rajiv Rastogi; International

Symposium on New Vistas in Organometallic Chemistry, Jaipur.

1984

2 Synthesis and Insertion Reactions of Some New Biologically Active Organosilanes and

Silatranes., Arvind K.Saxena and Ashok Ranjan, ‘IXth International conference on

Organosilicon Chemistry’ University of Montpellier II, France.

1996

3 Polysilanes and Polycarbosilanes: Synthesis and Characterisation., A. K. Saxena, N. K.

Saxena, Ashok Ranjan, S. C. Sacchar and P. S. Venkataramani. International Seminar on

Polymeric materials , CLRI Madras.

1998

4 Some Thermal Studies on Polycarbosilanes and Polysilanes., A. K. Saxena, Ashok Ranjan,

Avaneesh Kumar and G. N. Mathur, Thermal, Denmark.

2000

5 Optical Characterization of Polysilane Thin Films, A. Sharma, Deepak Gupta, S. Kumar, A.

K. Saxena, Ashok Ranjan and R. K. Tiwari; Venice, Italy

2003

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6 Study on the Synthesis of Some Novel Ceramic Material Precursors., Raghwesh Mishra, R.

K. Tiwari, Ashok Ranjan and A. K. Saxena; International Congress on advance ceramic

Toranto Canada, ICC-P1-85-207- 2006.

2006

7 International Seminar on Defence Finance and Economics, Vigyan Bhavan, Delhi, w.e.f.,

13-15 Nov. 2006

2006

8 “Advanced Fibers in Indian Scenerio”, A. K. Saxena, Second International Conference on

“Functional Textiles and Apparels,” Department of Textiles Tech., PSG College,

Coimbatoor (Tamil Nadu).

2007

9 Rheological Behavior of Polycarbosilane: Effect of Air and Inert Atmosphere., R. K. Gupta,

R Mishra, R K Tiwari, A. Ranjan & A. K. Saxena, International Conference on High Tech

materials, IIT, Kharagpur.

2009

10 Synthesis and Characterization of Metal containing Polycarbosilane., R K Gupta, R Mishra,

R K Tiwari & A. K. Saxena, International Conference on High Tech Materials, IIT,

Kharagpur.

2009

11 Effect of Silicon Carbide Coated Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube on Polyether Ether Ketone

(PEEK) nanocomposites. Deepak Kumar , Raghvesh Mishra , R. M. Mishra ,Vishal Verma,

Vijai Kumar, Arvind K. Saxena, International Conference on Frontiers of Polymer &

Advance Materials” (MACRO 2010)

2010

12 Thermal behavior of PEEK/PEI blends with Polyphosphazene coated carbon nanotubes,

Dinesh Sirohi, Vishal Verma, K. N. Pandey, Vijai Kumar, A. K. Saxena, Polymers and

composites in Medicine , Engineering & defence (PCMED -2012)

2012

13 Visualization of Nanoworld through microscopic techniques Vishal Verma, K. N. Pandey,

Vijai Kumar, A.K. Saxena, International conference on advance in Polymeric Engineering

and Nanotechnology (PolyTech2012)

2012

14 Studies on flame retardant Epoxy/MWCNT Nanocomposites, Deepak Kumar, Vishal

Verma, K. N. Pandey, Vijai Kumar, A. K. Saxena, International Conference on

advancement in Polymeric material (ICAPM 2013)

2013

15 Poly ether ether ketone nanocomposite Vishal Verma, K. N. Pandey, Vijai Kumar, R. M.

Mishra, A K. Saxena, International conference, APA 2014 Indian Habitat centre , New

Delhi

2014

16 Multifunctional Ceramic Material Precursors for SiC Ceramics, Invited talk, A. K. Saxena,

International Union of Material Research Societies- International Conference in Asia-

2013, IISc, Bangalore 16-20 Dec 2013

2013

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Annexure-II

1. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERRED (As Individual Innovator) :

Technology of two products (Oil PES-3/DMS/TP/TOT/01/99 and Hydrophobising Liquid

DMS/TP/TOT/27/2001) developed by us has been transferred to Industries.

One product (DMS-4/Silcone sealant) got approval from CEMILAC, Banglore for Aero Engine

application and HAL, Koraput is using the material.

Indigenous Green Composition ACD –GC user BDL, Hyderabad (BDL/BG/Invar. Indg-/58 )

Substitute of AC-9 polymer for HAL, Koraput.

2. Products Developed/TOT during entire service period as scientist/Director of Lab:

Ballistic Applications Bullet proof Jacket as per GSQR 1318 & 1438 Helmet as per GSQR 1319 Boot Antimine Infantry (BAMI) as per GSQR 1059

Coolants/ Recoil Fluids Substitute of Oil PES-3 Recoil Fluid for BMP Vehicles [TOT complete & AHSP Transferred]

Hydrophobising Liquid for overhauling of MIG series aircraft. Coolants- DAFC-30 and DAFC-50[ Supplied 7000 KL/year and 3000

Kl/year] Coolant- DAFC-60 for Bofors to work at -40 0C [Supplied 4000Kl/year] Recoil Fluid- URF [ TOT complete, supplied 4000 KL/year] Substitute of Oil PES-3 Recoil Fluid for BMP Vehicles [TOT complete &

AHSP Transferred] Hydraulic Fluid-PEGCOL-89 for Neavy [TOT complete and AHSP

transferred]

Paints & Coatings Indigenous Green Composition for wire guided missiles to be used by BDL, Hyderabad

Laser Absorbing Paints and Primer for Invar Missile

Stealth & camouflage Synthetic Camouflage Nets, Radar Absorbing Camouflage Nets for all terrain (Army Raised Indents).

Multispectral Camouflage suits, Poncho and Screen for Plain and Snow Bound Area.

NBC NBC MK IV (Suite, Gloves & Boots)

Nano Materials &

Products

MW CNTs (TOT complete) Flexible Gold Sensor for distant health monitoring Nano FRP Composite Rotar for Torpedo

Light Engineering

equipment

Flex Water Bottle Plastic -TOT Complete and Army raised indents Food Container Plastic- TOT complete & bulk supply to Army

complete of worth Rs 99 Million Tin Mess Ai-Alloy- TOT complete & Army raised indent for 1700

000pcs. Water Container 20 Liter Cap.- Army raised demand for 45,000 pcs of

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worth Rs 45 Million.

Rubber Components 40 seals for Bofors gun for High Altitude (Accepted by Army) Carbographite seals for Kaveri Engine (Cleared by CEMILAC)

Silicone products One Pot Sealant DMS-4 as substitute of Russian KLT-30 for aero engine applications

Substitute of AC-9 polymer for HAL, Koraput

Organic Material

Products

Forty materials are indigenized for BRAMHOS Missile and accepted.

3. Materials: Developed four strategically important materials viz.,

Polycarbosilane- It is a as multifunctional material and used for ultrahigh temperature applications in

the form of fibers, composites, monoliths, coatings and high temperature semiconductor devices.

Polyphosphazene Elastomers- It is also a strategically important multifunctional material and have

several defence and civil applications in the form of elastomers for cryogenic and fire retarding

applications and nano fibers for a variety of bio medical applications. It is an excellent solid

electrolyte for foldable Li ion batteries and also high energy binder material.

Novel Ferromagnetic Silicon Carbide ceramic material which showed ferromagnetism up to 600oC

and the ferromagnetism of the ceramic retained even on repeated heating up to 1400oC in inert

atmosphere.

Cyclopentasilane derivative having excellent tunable LED properties from UV to Visible range and

used to prepare Blue LED.

4. Technologies:

Melt spinning Technology- Successfully used for the preparation of strategically important ceramic

fibers (SiC and M-SiC fibers), ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene fiber, Polyphosphazene fibers

and PAN fibers.

Closed Cell Ceramic Foam Technology- Developed a variety of different poly type SiC and M-SiC

foams as refractory materials.

5. Conceptual Work:

Inorganic polymer (Polyphosphazene) is used as universal compatibiliser for the preparation of

single phase organic polymer blends of immiscible organic polymers.

6. PROJECT COMPLETED:

1- Inorganic Polymer [RD-P1/91/DRM-419] - Project Officer. 2- Development of large scale Synthesis of Polyphosphazene Elastomer [DRM-428] - Project

Officer.

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3- Synthesis of Organometallic Precursors for Electronic Materials [RD-P1/96/DRM-523]- Project Officer.

4- Development of Phosphonitrile Elastomers for Wide Temperature Range Applications [RD-P1-96/DRM-531]- Project Leader .

5- Development of Positive Photoresist Material Technology [RD-P1/96/DRM-532]- Project Leader. 6- Synthesis of High Performance Hybrid Inorganic –Organic Polymers [Inv/App. chem/99/038]-

Project Leader. 7- Development of Opthalmic Grade Silicone Oil {1000cst} for Retinal Surgery [Inv/App.

Chem./98/028]- Project Leader. 8- Synthesis of Organometallic Precursors for Ceramic Materials [RDR-PX-2001/DMR-255.03/DRM-

543]- Project Leader. 9- Development of New Generation Polymers [Metal containing Polysilanes and Polycarbosilanes]

[S&T-P1/05/DRM-546]- Project Leader.

7. Awards/ Honors/Recognition :

Technology Innovation in Petrochemicals & Down Stream Plastic Processing Industry, National Award-2015-2016, Ministry of Chemical and Fertilizers, Govt. of India

DRDO Best Innovation Award for Futuristic Technology Development, DRDO (2011), Ministry of Defence, Govt of India.

Technology Group Award of DRDO for the development of Polydimethyl silane and Polycarbosilane for SiC fibers.

Technology Development Award for the development of Polyphosphazene Elastomers for Cryogenic Applications

Technology Development Award for the development of Ceramic Material Precursors.

Member- Executive Council of Allahabad University, Allahabad

Member- Administrative Council of Harcourt Butlers Technology Institute, Kanpur

Member - Governing Council of Indian Institute of Packaging, Mumbai.

Sectional President: Materials Science Section, Indian Science Congress (2015).

President (Founder): Academy of Microscope Science & Technology

President (Founder): Kanpur- Lucknow Chapter of Society of Polymer Science of India

Convener: International Conference on High Tech. Materials, IIT, Kharagpur-2009

Chair Person: National Conference on “Advance Polymer Fibers and fabric” Dec 2011.

Chairman Steering Committee: Annual Conference of Electron Microscope Society of India-2009 held at Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, U. P. (India)

Chair Person: National Conference on Advance Polymer, Fiber and Fabrics (Dec.2011)

Executive Editor - Bulletin of Electron Microscopy Society of India.

Editorial Board - EveryMan’s Science (Indian Science Congress Association Publication)

Editorial Board- Journal of Polymer materials

Invited Talk in Asia Pacific Advanced Materials Conference-2015 (Jaipur University)

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Platinum Jubilee invited talk in the Materials Science Section, Indian Science Congress-2013 (Platinum Julie year).

Presidential talk in the Materials Science Section, Indian Science Congress- 2015

Invited talk, material Science Section, Indian Science Congress-2016

Life Member of Professional Bodies-

Indian Science Congress Association

Indian Society of Chemists

Indian Society of Polymer Science

Electron Microscope Society of India

Academy of Microscope Science and Technology.

Materials Research Society of India

Asian Society of Polymers Science

Member-

New York Academy of Sciences

Chemical Hazardous Committee of BSI

National Committee for High Temperature Materials

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Annexure-III

Vision for the University:

To build successful, competitive and cogent atmosphere of any institution it is very important

to give emphasis on the Human Resource and Material Development simultaneously.

In the present academic environment, in general, we are working in a mode to meet our

requirements by extending national and international collaboration and system integration having

a rigid team and infrastructure which limits thinking or knowledge generation with in defined

boundaries though generating specialists. But due to globalization, now time has come to think

out of defined boundaries generating new knowledge and cutting edge technologies having

growth both on vertical axis to meet present needs and horizontally for sustainable futuristic

requirements.

A change in leadership attitude is also needed which should be entrepreneuring and competitive

and have ability to create vision and set strategy and competency for result. Apart from change in

requisite infrastructure and scientific tools, an organized structure is needed which should be

fluidized, challenging and highly incentivized for success. We need academicians who can think out

of box and can in turn drive innovation which should be synchronized with the DNA of the

university so that each and every person involved has the incentive to innovate and invent for

quality of product which may be in the form of students or research.

For an academic institution it is very necessary to maintain quality of teaching by giving

information about latest global developments and competitive trends. It is very important to

maintain session time schedule properly. We have to inculcate a competitive and skillful attitude to

our students. To update the knowledge of faculty members’, research scholars and students

national and international collaborations through academic tours, symposium, seminars and

conferences will be carried out. Bringing all these elements together a congenial environment will

develop where everyone will automatically drive to deliver and achieve best without any tension.

But above all, a leader is required who could divert the energy of the existing man power from

their conditioned habits to achieve formulated goal by motivation.