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Ankit Bhardwaj is a final year PhD student in the Condensed Matter Group under the supervision of Prof Radha Boya and Prof Sir Andre Geim. His research interests are Angstrom scale capillaries and their application in molecular transport.


Ankit Bhardwaj is a PhD student at School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester. He has worked as Research Engineer at IMRE, A*STAR, Singapore for 6 months and as a Research Intern for 10 months. He completed his Master's degree in Nanotechnology from Jamia Millia Islamia- A Central University in New Delhi, India. He did his Bachelor in Electronics and Communication Engineering at Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, India. His research interest includes nanofabrication, 2D materials, Angstrom scale 2D capillaries, Ion transport, polymer composites etc. 


  • M.Tech in Nanotechnology from Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India
  • B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, India

Prizes and awards

  • Research Attachement Fellowship A*STAR, Singapore for 10 months
  • Research Outreach Initiative Studentship award CeNS, Bengaluru, India for 3 months

Other research

Publication/ Patent

  • Chen, XBhardwaj, ASharifah, NSI, et al. Designing nanoporosity in a swollen polymer for the controlled release of a highly volatile fragranceFlavour Fragr J201934124– 132

  • Invention: “Method for Coating Porous Inorganic Layer on Functional Particles for Improving Performance and Durability of Membrane or Coating”, (TD ref no. IMRE/2018018)
  • Invention: “Solid-State Polymeric Material for Sustained Release of Fragrance”, SG Patent Application No. 10201801846Q (Filed on 6 March 2018) (Contributor in Invention)


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