Sujit K. Ghosh has obtained his Ph.D. (Supervisor: Prof. Parimal K. Bharadwaj) from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in 2006. He then spent three years at Kyoto University (Japan) as a JSPS and CREST postdoctoral fellow (Host: Prof. Susumu Kitagawa) before joining at IISER Pune in 2009. His research group is mainly working on development and functional studies of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and related advanced micro-porous materials for chemical industry, energy and environmental applications.

Academic and Professional Background:

2020- Professor, IISER Pune

05-07/2019 AvH Fellow, TUM, Germany. (Host: Prof. Roland A. Fischer)

2015-2020  Associate Professor, IISER Pune

2009-2015  Assistant Professor, IISER Pune

2007-2009  JSPS and CREST Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Kyoto University, Japan. (Host: Prof. Susumu Kitagawa)

2006 - PhD in Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (Supervisor: Prof. Parimal K. Bharadwaj)

2001 - M.Sc. (Inorganic Chemistry), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, India

1999 - B.Sc. (Chemistry with Mathematics/Physics), Burdwan University (Ramananda College, Bishnupur, West Bengal, India)


2020- Advisory Board of ChemCommun

2020 Materials Research Society of India (MRSI) Medal.

2020- International Advisory Board of ChemPlusChem

2019 India Research Excellence - Citation (Young Researcher) Award  by Clarivate Analytics

2018 Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Fellowship for Experienced ResearchersGermany.

2018 Carl Friedrich von Siemens Research Fellowship of AvH foundation, Germany

2017  Avra Young Scientist Award.

2015 -19 Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports. 

2015 ACS Membership ( three-year free) award.

2015 IUPAC Travel Award, Busan, Korea for IUPAC-2015.

2014 New Talent: Asia-Pacific by Dalton Transactions (RSC).

2013 Alkyl Amines-ICT Foundation Day Young Scientist Award.

2013 INSA Young Scientist Award.

2012 NASI-Young Scientist Platinum Jubilee Award.

2012-15 Young Associate of the Indian Academy of Sciences.

2011 DAE Research Award for Young Scientists.

2009:  Newton International Fellowship, UK. (Offer declined).

2007-09 JSPS Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Japan.

2001-06: Junior and Senior Research Fellowship by CSIR, India