Aseefhali Bankapur

Assistant Professor-Senior Scale

Department of Atomic & Molecular Physics

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Aseefhali Bankapur is Assistant Professor - Senior Scale in the Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics.

    He:

    • Delivers lectures and engages laboratory classes for postgraduate students of Photonics, Nanoscience and Technology and certificate courses.
    • Participates in research-related activities.
    • Provides proper guidance and assistance to the students for classroom preparations, examinations, seminars, etc.
    • Has effective involvement in curriculum development and upgradation.
    • Guides postgraduate students in their final year/semester project work.

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Semester / Year
Laser Physics I Semester
Optical Communication and Devises II Semester
Optical Measurements III Semester
Nanoscience and Technology III Semester
General Photonics Laboratory Course I Semester
Advanced Photonics Laboratory Course-I II Semester

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MSc Physics (Spectroscopy) Karnataka University 2006

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics Assistant Professor - Senior Scale 2015 to till date
Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics Assistant Professor 2011-2015
Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics Lecturer 2010-2011
Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics Research Scholar 2009-2010
Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics Junior Research Fellow 2007-2009
MES Science College, Sirsi, Karnataka Guest Lecturer 2006-2007

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

DNA Computing, Nanoparticle based gene delivery, etc.

Area of Expertise

Laser Physics, Laser Spectroscopy, Optical Communication, Nanobiotechnology.

Area of Research

Raman Spectroscopy, Optical Tweezers, Raman Tweezers.

Raman spectroscopic detection of rapid, reversible, early-stage inflammatory cytokine-induced apoptosis of adult hippocampal progenitors/stem cells

2016-01-05 Uma Ladiwala Bhushan Thakur Chidangil Santhosh Deepak Mathur

arXiv preprint: Elsevier The role of neuro-inflammation in diverse, acute and chronic brain pathologies is being increasingly recognized. Neuro-inflammation is accompanied by increased levels of both pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines; these have deleterious as well as protective/reparative effects. Inflammation has varying effects on neurogenesis and is a subject of intense contemporary interest.