Dr. A. Sreekanth





M. Sc. Applied Chemistry, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin

Ph. D. Inorganic Chemistry, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin

Post Doctoral Research Fellowship: 
Pulse EPR spectroscopy
Departement Chemie und Angewandte Biowissenschaften
ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)-Zürich 
Zürich, Switzerland

Ph.D Programs: 
4 completed, 8 Ongoing

Teaching Interests

Organometallic & Coordination Chemistry, Spectroscopy

Research Interests

Coordination Chemistry of Transition metals & Lanthanides

DNA Binding and Biological Studies of Metal Complexes

Organometallic Chemistry of Thoio/Selenosemi carbazones

TD-DFT Studies and molecular docking

Corrosion Chemistry & Engineering

Recent Publications

  • G. Rohini, J. Haribabu, K. N Aneesrahman, N. S. P Bhuvanesh, K. Ramaiah, R. Karvembu, A. Sreekanth*, -cymene) complexes bearing N-p-6Half-sandwich Ru(II)(ηdibenzosuberenyl appended thiourea for catalytic transfer hydrogenation and in vitro anticancer activity, Polyhedron, 152 (2018) 147-154
  • K. N Aneesrahman, G. Rohini, N. S. P Bhuvanesh, Sankaramanivel. S, M. Musthafa, A.  Sreekanth*, In Vitro Biomolecular Interaction Studies and Cytotoxic Activities of Newly Synthesised Copper (II) Complexes Bearing 2‐Hydroxynaphthaldehyde‐Based Thiosemicarbazone, Chemistry Select, 3 (2018) 8118-8130
  • R. Tamilarasan, A. Sreekanth*, Spectral investigation of the piperazine dithiosemicarbazone derivatives as inhibitor on high carbon steel in HCl media J. Mater. Environ. Sci., 9 (2018) 119-127
  • M. Muralisankar, Sabeel M. Basheer, J. Haribabu, N. S. P. Bhuvanesh, R. Karvembu and A. Sreekanth*, An investigation on the DNA/protein binding, DNA cleavage and in vitro anticancer properties of SNO pincer type palladium(II) complexes with N–substituted isatin thiosemicarbazone ligands.  Inorg. Chim. Acta., 466 (2017) 61-70.
  • M. Siva Prasad, M. Ashfaq, N. Kishore Babu, A. Sreekanth*, K. Sivaprasad, V. Muthupandi, Improving corrosion properties of magnesium AZ31 alloy GTA weld metal using micro arc oxidation process, Int. J. Min. Met. Mater., (2017) 566-573.
  • M. Muralisankar, R. Sreedhar, S. Sujith, N. S. P. Bhuvanesh, A. Sreekanth* N(1)-pentyl isatin-N(4)-methyl-N(4)-phenyl thiosemicarbazone (PITSc) as a corrosion inhibitor on mild steel in HCl, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 695 (2017) 171-182.
  • M. Muralisankar, N. S. P. Bhuvanesh, A. Sreekanth*, Synthesis, X-ray crystal structure, DNA/protein binding and DNA cleavage studies of novel copper(II) complexes of N-substituted isatin thiosemicarbazone ligands, New. J. Chem., 40 (2016) 2661-2679.
  • S. M. Basheer, N. S. P. Bhuvanesh, A. Sreekanth*, Experimental and theoretical studies of novel hydroxynaphthalene based chemosensor, and construction of molecular logic gates, Journal of Fluorine Chemistry 191 (2016) 129–142.
  • S. M. Basheer, A. Sreekanth*, TD-DFT Study on the Fluoride and Copper Ion Sensing Mechanism of Pyrene N(4) Phenyl Thiosemicarbazone, Comp. Theor. Chem., 1085 (2016) 31-39.

Reviews and Monographs: 

C. Calle, A. Sreekanth, M. V. Fedin, J. Forrer, I. Garcia-Rubio, I. A. Gromov, D. Hinderberger, B. Kasumaj, P. Léger, B. Mancosu, G. Mitrikas, M. G. Santangelo, S. Stoll, A. Schweiger, R. Tschaggelar, J. Harmer, Pulse EPR methods for studying chemical and biological samples containing transition metals. Helvetic. Chim. Acta., 89 (2006) 2495-2521.


Contact Address:

 Dr. A. Sreekanth

Associate Professor

Dept. of Chemistry

Expert member, Center of Excellence in Corrosion and Surface Engineering

National Institute of Technology-Trichy

Tiruchirappalli  620015, Tamilnadu

E-mail: sreekanth@nitt.edu   

Mob: 9489551851

Office: 0431-250-3642

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