Kabeer is an Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering at IITGN and serves the role of Principal Investigator. His doctoral work was based on the science of interfacing graphene nanosheets with gold nanoparticles. He and his group members develop new synthetic routes to realize nano-dimensional materials that resemble graphene but are rich in boron with an aim to develop functional materials which can benefit from the nanoscaled boron. He integrates methodical teaching with the research activities and also serves as Dean of Academic Affairs at IITGN. He is on the editorial board for Scientific Reports (Nature) and is also a reviewer for ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, Carbon, and Journal of Chemical Sciences.
Prof. Kabeer Jasuja
2011 - 2012
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
2007 - 2011
Kansas State University
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering
The Chemistry of Energy Storage
Utilizing Nanosheets for developing materials that can be used in storing energy.
Assembly of Nanosheets
Developing macrostructures by assembling nanosheets
Interfacing Nanosheets with other nanomaterials to develop novel nanocomposites.
2003 - 2007
B.Tech. Biotechnology & Biochemical Engineering
Synthesis of Nanosheets
Developing new methods to synthesize graphene analogs