Dipankar Roy




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Bio: Dipankar Roy did his undergraduate studies in Physics at Calcutta University in India. He did his doctoral work at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute during 1981-86, where he studied electrochemical interfaces using surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS). After receiving his Ph.D. in Physics (condensed matter), he did his postdoctoral research at Cornell University during 1986-1989. His research at Cornell focused on nonlinear optical effects and ultrafast multi-photon processes in liquids. He joined the faculty of the Physics Department at Clarkson University in the fall of 1989.

Dipankar's earlier research at Clarkson concentrated on optical studies of solid-liquid interfaces, mostly by combining optical second harmonic generation (SHG), surface plasmon resonance (SPR) and infrared ellipsometry techniques with electro-analytical measurements such as electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), and time-resolved Fourier Transform EIS. Dipankar's group at Clarkson has also engaged in characterization studies of layer nanostructures and thin-film interfaces using electrochemical and optical techniques. His group's current research focuses primarily on various materials aspects of electrochemical energy storage/conversion and semiconductor device fabrication.

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