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Dr. Vinay K. Verma

Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry



Dr. Vinay K. Verma bears 10 years of teaching and research experience. During the course of his Ph.D. at Defence Materials & Stores Research & Development Establishment (DMSRDE), Kanpur, Dr. Verma has carried out extensive work in synthesizing organochalcogen (especially Se/ Te) substituted multisite macroacyclic/ cyclic systems and studied their reactivity pattern towards various transition metal ions. Further he extended his research activity in the field of developing chalcogen bearing bioactive molecules. He has developed several chalcogen bearing multidentate macrocyclic systems useful for synthesizing multimetallic compound for Hi-tech applications. 
Dr. Verma is currently involved in designing and developing various fluorophore molecules for sensor applications and teaching various chemistry courses to UG, PG and Ph.D. students at Sharda University, Greater Noida since July, 2012.


Ten (10) years of teaching and research


Ph.D. in Chemistry

Award & Recognition

Junior Research Fellow and Senior Research Fellow (DMSRDE, DRDO Kanpur) during 2003-2006.


  • Synthesis, structure and DNA binding studies of mononuclear copper(II) complexes with mixed donor macroacyclic ligands, bis-4-methylphenol; Vinay K. Verma, Ashish K. Asatkar, Tripti A. Jain, Santosh K. Tripathi, Rajendra Singh, Peter B. Hitchcock, Siddhi Nigam, Sushil K. Gupta; Polyhedron, 28, (2009), 2591-2598.
  • Synthesis and structure of mononuclear copper(II) complexes with acyclic Schiff base ligands containing organotellurium substituents A Comparative study with selenium analogues; Vinay K. Verma, Shakti Nair, Chandra S. Verma, Tripti A. Jain, Santosh K. Tripathi, Rajendra Singh, Sushil K. Gupta, Ray J. Butcher; J. Coord. Chem., 63, (2010), 4088-4103.
  • cyclohexane solvate; Ashish K. Asatkar, Vinay K. Verma, Tripti A. Jain, Sushil K. Gupta, Ray J. Butcher; Acta Cryst. E67, (2011), 02724-02725.
  • Bimetallic Zn(II) complexes of organoselenium substituted macroacyclic ligands synthesis and characterization; Vinay K. Verma, Ashish K. Asatkar, Tripti A. Jain; CSVTU Research Journal, 04 (2011) 12-14.
  • Syntheses of phenoxo-bridged Zn(II) and metallamacrocyclic Hg(II) complexes of organochalcogen (Se, Te) substituted Schiff-bases structure and DNA binding studies of Zn(II) complexes; Vinay K. Verma, Ashish K. Asatkar, Shakti Nair, Chandrashekhar Verma, Tripti A. Jain, Sushil K. Gupta, Ray J. Butcher; J. Coord. Chem., 65, (2012), 28-47.
  • Selenium bearing (Se2N4O2) macrocyclic Schiff bases and their complexesation with Cu(II) metal ions Vinay K. Verma, S.P. Jagannath and R. Singh; J. Sci. and Techn. Res. 02 (2012), 42-49.
  • Conclusive Growth of CdTe Nanorods by Solvothermal Decomposition Using Single Source Precursors; Vinay K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, Tripti A. Jain, P.K. Bajpai; Soft Nanoscience Letters, (2013), 3, 52-57.
  • Synthesis and characterization of HgTe nanorods via solvothermal route, V. K. Verma, A. K. Tiwari, Tript. A. Jain, S. Choubey and P. K. Bajpai; Archives of Applied Science Research, (2014), 6 (2) 37-41.
  • Detailed dielectric and rietveld analysis of Sr2+ substituted PZT–PMN ceramics; Vinay K. Verma, Arvind Kumar and S.K. Mishra; Journal of Materials Science Materials in Electronics (2015), 26(5), 2769-2774.
  • Synthesis and Characterization of CdSe Nanoparticles from Novel Cadmium Complex of Selenolate Precursor; Vinay K. Verma and Rahul K. Jain; Journal of Phosphorus, sulfur, silicon and related elements, (2015), 190(11), 1749-1754.

Area of Interest

Development of chemistry of selenium and tellurium pertaining to

  • Design, synthesis and characteristics of biologically active organochalcogen substituted compound
  • Development of single source molecular precursor for synthesis of monodispersed metal chalcogenide nanoparticles of various technological importance
  • Design and development of fluorescent organic molecules for chemical sensors