Dr Aditya Sharma

Dr Aditya Sharma
Assistant Professor (Senior Grade)

MPhil, University of Delhi

MSc (Organic Chemistry), Ramjas College, University of Delhi


Dr Aditya Sharma is associated with university since 29th January, 2014 as a Chemistry faculty. She completed her PhD in Chemistry from IIT Delhi. She pursued her doctoral research work in collaboration with National Physical Laboratory, Delhi, as a CSIR-JRF/SRF recipient. She continually qualified UGC-CSIR-NET/JRF exam in Chemistry (Dec. 2007, June 2008, Dec. 2008). She secured first position in Chemistry at her graduation level and was highest scorer in Organic Chemistry at IITD during her PhD.

Aditya has published eight research articles (seven first authored), all in SCI-indexed, peer reviewed international journals (ACS, RSC, AIP and Elsevier publications) having an aggregate SCI impact factor of about 37.5. Her publications carry highest SCI-impact factors at NCU. She has total citations above 230 with h index of 7 and i10 index of 6 for her publications (Google scholar profile). She has presented her work in 12 international conferences and delivered talk on her research work at the international conference organized by IIT-Delhi. The article entitled “Nanopatterned Cadmium Selenide Langmuir–Blodgett Platform for Leukemia Detection” authored by her, was the research highlight of Nature India (doi:10.1038/nindia.2012.60) & IITD website. She is currently guiding one PhD student at NCU.

Dr Aditya is actively involved in research work and has been awarded the project under Young Scientist scheme on her research profile, which is the first project awarded from DST-SERB to NCU. She is the project investigator in ongoing research project since 25th July, 2016 entitled “Lateral flow assay strip sensor development for non–invasive point of care diagnosis of urinary tract infection” worth Rs 42,02000/-.

Electrochemical Biosensor, Lateral flow assay, Cancer and Urinary Tract Infection diagnosis, Nanomaterial synthesis, Langmuir-Blodgett films. Well acquainted with UV-Visible & FTIR spectrometer, Electrochemical analyzer, Langmuir Blodgett trough, Contact angle meter, Zetasizer and Gel Electrophoresis.

She is a Life member of Chemical Research Society of India, The Indian Science Congress Association, Indian Biophysical Society, and Materials Research Society of India.