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  • Dr Anshuman Dalvi

  • Professor
  • Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
Publications 1995 - 2023

Publications

  • 141
    Journal Articles
  • 5
    Book Chapter
  • 19
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 13
    Review
  • 4
    Projects
  • 30
  • 12
  • 11
  • 116

Citations / H-Index

4055 Citations
32 h-index
3770 Citations

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Expertise

Condensed Matter Physics

Development and characterization of Na+ ion polymer-NASICON hybrids and Na+ ion batteries Development and characterization of Li+ ion polymer-NASICON hybrids and Li+ ion batteries All-solid state Li+ and Na+ ion Supercapacitor fabrication and testing Ionic-Liquid glass composites for all-solid-state battery and supercapacitor applications Sol-gel derived NASICON based systems: fundamentals and applications Glass-ceramics, glasses, polymer composites based energy storage materials.

Personal Information

Dr Anshuman Dalvi

Male
Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Vidya Vihar
Pilani, Rajasthan, - 333031


Experience

  • Professor

    Department of Physics

    Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

  • M. Sc.

    Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya

  • B. Sc.

    Holkar Science College, DAVV Indore


Honours and Awards

2014

INSA Fellowship for bilateral international exchange programme to work in WUT Poland

Indian National Science Academy

2014

INSA Fellowship for bilateral international exchange programme to work in WUT Poland

Indian National Science Academy

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2022

NASICON-structured nanocrystallites in the polymer matrix: Assessment of electrical transport and applications to All-solid-state supercapacitors

M. Dinachandra Singh, BITS Pilani

2020

Development of Li+ - nasicon based glass- ceramic composites

Sharma, Neelakshi, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani

2020

Silica Gel based Li+ ion solid electrolytes: Studies on structure, electrical transport and supercapacitance

Rajinder Kaswan Sivran, BITS Pilani

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2022

NASICON-structured nanocrystallites in the polymer matrix: Assessment of electrical transport and applications to All-solid-state supercapacitors

M. Dinachandra Singh, BITS Pilani

2020

Development of Li+ - nasicon based glass- ceramic composites

Sharma, Neelakshi, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani

2020

Silica Gel based Li+ ion solid electrolytes: Studies on structure, electrical transport and supercapacitance

Rajinder Kaswan Sivran, BITS Pilani

2015

Assessment of electrical conductivity-structure correlation in li+ ion conducting oxide glasses and glass-ceramic nanocomposites

Rathore, Munesh, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani

2012

Thermal stability investigation on ag+ ion conduction superionic glasses and glass-ceramic nanocomposites

Gupta, Neha, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani

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Membership In Professional Bodies

2021

Vijnana Bharati

Life Member

2001

Indian Solid State Ionics Society

Life Member

2021

Vijnana Bharati

Life Member

2001

Indian Solid State Ionics Society

Life Member

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Research Projects

Li+ NASICON-Polymer Hybrid Composites for Solid State Supercapacitor Applications

Funding Agency : DST SERB Core research grant

EXAFS Investigations on Polymer nanocomposites

Funding Agency : UGC-DAE Collaborative research scheme

Investigations on Li+ ion conducting glass-ceramics containing NASICON structured nano crystallites.

Funding Agency : DST SERB EMR Grant

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Li+ NASICON-Polymer Hybrid Composites for Solid State Supercapacitor Applications

Funding Agency : DST SERB Core research grant

EXAFS Investigations on Polymer nanocomposites

Funding Agency : UGC-DAE Collaborative research scheme

Investigations on Li+ ion conducting glass-ceramics containing NASICON structured nano crystallites.

Funding Agency : DST SERB EMR Grant

Crystallization in AgI and CuI based superionic glasses” SR/FTP/2005/PS-77

Funding Agency : DST FAST TRACK

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