Parmeshwar Bapurao Solanke, M.Sc.
born in Nanded, MH, India
Phone: +420 46 603 7751
Parmeshwar Solanke received his Master's degree in Organic Chemistry
from The Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University Nanded (India) and
subsequently worked as a research assistant on a project entitled “Design, synthesis and biological applications of oligonucleotides in nucleic acid molecular recognition process”
at the National Chemical laboratory, Pune (India). Afterwards, he
worked shortly for HiTech Biosciences India Ltd. Currently he is
pursuing Ph.D. studies under supervision of F. Bureš. His research
interest includes the synthesis, properties and applications of novel
materials for nonlinear optics, organic solar cells (DSSCs) and organic
light emitting diodes (OLEDs).
Synthesis and properties of model push-pull systems based on indane-1,3-dione
Development of new push-pull chromophores feat. indane-1,3-dione acceptor core and their applications in optoelectronics.
Defended on Tuesday 27th of October 2015!
3. Solanke P., Bureš F., Pytela O., Klikar M., Mikysek T., Mager L., Barsella A., Růžičková Z. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2015, 5339-5349. (T-Shaped (Donor–p–)2Acceptor–p–Donor Push–Pull Systems Based on Indan-1,3-dione) full text
2. Solanke P., Bureš F., Pytela O., Kulhánek J., Padělková Z. Synthesis 2013,
3044-3051. (T-Shaped Push-Pull Chromophores: First Modification of the
Indan-1,3-dione Fused Benzene Ring by Cross-Coupling Reactions) full text
1. Kaur H., Arora A., Gogoi K., Solanke P., Gunjal A., Kumar V., Maiti S. J. Phys. Chem. B 2009,
113, 2944-2951. (Effects for the Incorporation of Five-atom
Thioacetamido Nucleic Acid (TANA) Backbone on Hybridization
Thermodynamics and Kinetics of DNA Duplexes) full text
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