Goal: To develop chemical sensors for various applications and analytical methods for the determination of chemical contaminants and environmental pollutants.
Areas of research: Methods Development and Separation Science, Bioanalytical and Electrochemistry, Chemical Instrumentation, Development of Biosensors, Environmental Remediation. Current research programs include fabrication of sensors using electropolymerized molecularly-imprinted polymers and nanomaterials for the determination of chemical contaminants. Extensive studies are also directed towards method development for the analysis of organic pollutants in different matrices and methods for environmental remediation and workplace safety. State-of-the art analytical chemistry methodologies are also developed to contribute to the solution of important clinical and environmental problems.