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1 FACULTY ACADEMIC PROFILE Full name of the faculty member: Dr. Sanchita Goswami Designation: Assistant Professor (Stage III) Specialization: Inorganic Chemistry Contact information: Department of Chemistry University of Calcutta 92, A. P. C. Road Calcutta Contact: Details of Academic Qualifications: Sl. No. Degree University Year Subjects Class 1 B. Sc. University of Calcutta 2000 Chemistry (Honours) Physics, Mathematics (Pass) 1st 2 M. Sc. University of Calcutta 2002 Inorganic Chemistry Special 1st 3 CSIR- NET (JRF) CSIR 2001 Chemical Sciences 4 Ph. D (Sc.) Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science 2007 Synthesis, structure and properties of mono- and poly-nuclear manganese and iron complexes

2 Positions held/holding: Lecturer Assistant Professor (Stage II) Assistant Professor (Stage III) November 21, 2005 to February 01, 2010 February 02, 2010 to November 20, 2014 November 21, 2014 to till date Department of Chemistry, Seth Anandram Jaipuria College 10, Raja Nabakrishna Street Kolkata Department of Chemistry, University of Calcutta Department of Chemistry, University of Calcutta Research interests: Molecular magnetism Chemosensors Research guidance: Number of researchers awarded Ph.D. degree: - Number of researchers submitted Ph.D. thesis: One Number of researchers pursuing Ph. D.: Six Projects: Completed project: Heterometallic Coordination polymers and clusters derived from chiral Schiff base ligands with potential catalytic, optical and magnetic properties - journey towards multifunctional materials DST, SERB (Fast Track project) (SR/FT/CS-2012) amounting Rs. 22,33,047/-. Completed in October, Current project: Developing Mn-Ca cluster chemistry relevant to Oxygen Evolving Complex (OEC) DST West Bengal, vide Memo No. 864(Sanc.)/ST/P/S&T/15G-3/2015 dated ) amounting Rs. 9,68,000/-. Ongoing

3 List of publications: Journals: Title with page numbers 26. Co II 4, Co II 7 and a series of Co II 2Ln III (Ln III = Nd III, Sm III, Gd III, Tb III, Dy III ) coordination clusters: search for Single Molecule Magnets: R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, A. E. Thuijs, G. Christou and S. Goswami*, Inorg. Chem., 55, (2016). 25. Heterometallic Cu II Dy III clusters of different nuclearities with slow magnetic relaxation: R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, G. Cosquer, S. Chatterjee, M. Yamashita and S. Goswami*, Inorg. Chem., 55, 691 (2016). 24. Family of Mn III 4 Ln III 2 (Ln III = Sm III, Gd III, Dy III ) coordination clusters: Experimental and theoretical investigations: R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, A. Bieńko, M. Witwicki, M. Jerzykieiwcz and S. Goswami*, Polyhedron, 119, 202 (2016). 23. Syntheses and non-covalent interactions of naphthalene-bearing Schiff base complexes of Zn(II), Co(III), Cu(II) and V(IV): Selective detection of Zn(II): B. Naskar, R. Modak, D. K. Maiti, S. K. Mandal, J. K. Biswas, T. K. Mondal and S. Goswami*, Polyhedron, 117, 834 (2016). 22. A simple Schiff base molecular logic gate for detection of Zn 2+ in water and its bio-imaging application in plant system: B. Naskar, R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, D. K. Maiti, A. Banik, T. K. Dangar, S. Mukhopadhyay, D. Mandal and S. Goswami*, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A:Chemistry, 321, 99 (2016). 21. A new pyridoxal based fluorescence chemosensor for detection of Zn(II) and its application in bio imaging: S. Mandal, Y. Sikdar, D. K. Maiti, G. P. Maiti, S. K. Mandal, J. K. Biswas and S. Goswami*, RSC Advances, 5, (2015). 20. Doubly chloro bridged dimeric copper(ii) complex: magneto-structural correlation and anticancer activity: Y. Sikdar, R. Modak, D. Bose, S. Banerjee, D. Bieńko, W. Zierkiewicz, A. Bieńko, K. Das Saha and S. Goswami*, Dalton Transaction, 44, 8876 (2015). Publication type Impact factor Refereed or not Sole/Coauthor I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author

4 19. Pyridoxal Based Fluorescent Chemosensor for Detection of Copper(II) in Solution With Moderate Selectivity and Live Cell Imaging: S. Mandal, S. K. Mandal, A. R. Khuda-Bukhsh and S. Goswami*, Journal of Fluorescence, DOI /s x (2015). 18. Syntheses, crystal structures, spectral study and DFT calculation of three new copper(ii) complexes derived from pyridoxal hydrochloride, N,N-dimethylethylenediamine and N,Ndiethylethylenediamine: S. Mandal, B. Naskar, D. Modak, R. Modak, Y. Sikdar and S. Goswami*, Journal of Molecular Structure, 1088, 38 (2015). 17. Novel Low Spin Mixed Ligand Thiohydrazide Complexes of Iron(III): Synthesis, Spectral Characterization, Molecular Modeling, and Antibacterial Activity: D. Sengupta, S. Gangopadhyay, S. Goswami, A. Dutta, V. Kumar, S. De and P. K. Gangopadhyay, International Journal Inorganic Chemistry, (2014). 16. Syntheses, crystal structures and spectroscopic characterization of two new octahedral nickel(ii) complexes of a Schiff base ligand derived from pyridoxal and 2-(pyrid-2-yl)ethylamine, S. Mandal, R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, B. Naskar and S. Goswami*, Journal of Molecular Structure, 1074, 271 (2014). 15. Syntheses, crystallographic characterization, catecholase activity and magnetic properties of three novel aqua bridged dinuclear nickel(ii) complexes, R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, S. Mandal, S. Chatterjee, A. Bienko, J. Mrozinski and S. Goswami*, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 416, 122 (2014). 14. Syntheses, crystal structures, spectral studies, and DFT calculations of two new square planar Ni(II) complexes derived from pyridoxal-based Schiff base ligands, S. Mandal, S. Chatterjee, R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, B. Naskar and S. Goswami*, Journal of Coordination Chemistry, 67, 699 (2014). 13. Homo and heterometallic rhomb-like Ni 4 and Mn 2 Ni 2 complexes, R, Modak, Y, Sikdar, S. Mandal, C. J. Gómez-García, S. Benmansour, S. Chatterjee and S. Goswami*, Polyhedron, 70, 155 (2014). I.F I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F. 1.0 Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author Refereed Co-author

5 12. Syntheses, crystal structures and catecholase activity of new dinuclear and cyclic trinuclear mixed valence cobalt (II, III) complexes, R. Modak, Y. Sikdar, S. Mandal, and S. Goswami*, Inorganic Chemistry Communications, 37, 193 (2013). 11. Bis{2-[(5 hydroxypentyl)iminomethyl]- phenolato-κ 2 N,O 1 }copper(ii), R. Modak, S. Patra, S. Mandal, Y. Sikdar and S. Goswami*, Acta Crystallographica Section E, E69, m412 (2013). 10. Synthesis and characterization of a copper(ii) complex of a ONN donor Schiff base ligand derived from pyridoxal and 2-(pyrid-2- yl)ethylamine A novel pyridoxal based fluorescent probe, S. Mandal, R. Modak and S. Goswami*, Journal of Molecular Structure, 1037, 352 (2013). 9. Ligand-to-ligand electron transfer and temperature induced valence tautomerism in o- dioxolene chelated manganese complexes: S. Goswami, A. Panja, R. J. Butcher, N. Shaikh and P. Banerjee, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 370, 311 (2011). 8. Catalytic oxidation of 3,5-di-tert-butylcatechol by a manganese(iii) 18-azametallacrown-6 compound: Synthesis, crystal structure, fluorescence, magnetic and kinetic investigation: A. Majumder, S. Goswami, S. R. Batten, M. S. E. Fallah, J. Ribas and S. Mitra, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 359, 2375 (2006). 7. Synthesis and X-ray crystallographic characterization of copper and iron complexes with tetradentate-n 4 ligands: Reactivity towards catechol oxidation: A. Panja, S. Goswami, N. Shaikh, P. Roy, M. Manassero, R. J. Butcher and P. Banerjee, Polyhedron, 24, 2921 (2005). 6. Syntheses, Crystal Structures, Spectroscopic and Magnetic Properties of [Mn III 2 (H 2 L 1 )(Cl 4 Cat) 4.2H 2 O] and [Mn III 2 (H 2 L 2 )(Cl 4 Cat) 4.2CH 3 CN.2H 2 O] : Temperature Dependent Valence Tautomerism in Solution. N. Shaikh, S. Goswami, A. Panja, H- L. Sun, F. Pan, S. Gao, and P. Banerjee, Inorg. Chem., 44, 9714 (2005). I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author I.F Refereed Co-author

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