Prof. Dr. Biprajit Sarkar

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Freie Universität Berlin

Institut für Chemie und Biochemie

Anorganische Chemie

Professor

Address Fabeckstraße 34/36
Room V 106
14195 Berlin
Telephone +49-30-838-50919
Email Biprajit.Sarkar@fu-berlin.de

Biprajit Sarkar, born in 1977 in Coochbehar, India, was educated at the St. Mary's School (Barpeta Road) and Cotton College (Guwahati) in the province of Assam. After studying Chemistry, Physics and Maths at the University of Delhi beginning 1995 he received his Bachelor of Science (BSc) in 1999.
Working in the group of Prof. G. K. Lahiri, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India, Biprajit Sarkar graduated as Master of Science (MSc) in August 2001. From September 2001 Biprajit worked in the group of Prof. Dr. W. Kaim, Institute for Inorganic Chemistry, University of Stuttgart, Germany, receiving his PhD in 2005.
After a postdoctoral period at the Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France, with Prof. P. Braunstein he started his habilitation at the Institute for Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Stuttgart in August 2006 which he finished in 2011.

In 2012 he got a position as a professor at the Freie Universität Berlin.

 

Professional Engagements

2005-2006: Postdoctoral Researcher at the lab. of Prof. P. Braunstein, Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France

2006-2011: Habilitation at Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Stuttgart

April - September 2010: Substitute at a W2 Professor's position at the Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen, Germany

since March 2012: Professor at the Freie Universität Berlin

 

Awards and Distinctions

2002-2005: Member of the "Graduate College for Magnetic Resonance", Stuttgart

2005-2006: Post-doctoral stipend, CNRS, Strasbourg

2008-2011: Funding through the "Elite Funding Program", BW-Stiftung

2014: Selected as one of the "Rising Stars" at the 41st International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC-41) in Singapore

2015: Visiting Professor, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India

2015: Awarded the "Zasshikai Lectureship" of the University of Tokyo