Institute of Advanced Study,
Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China
Address: Room-205, Optoelectronic Building, Canghai Campus, Nanshan District, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen (518060), China
2018. Ph.D., Applied Physics, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune, India
2009. Post-Graduate Diploma in Nanotechnology, RTMNU, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
2008. Masters in Science (M.Sc.) in Electronics, RTMNU, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
2006, Bachelor in Science (B.Sc.) in Physics, Mathematics, and Electronics, RTMNU, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Research Associate (2018 to 2019), Department of Physics, Shiv Nadar University, Dadri, Greater Noida, New Delhi, India
Lab Engineer (2009 to 2012), VLSI Lab, Department of Electronics Engineering, Visveswarayya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur, India
Thin Film Deposition; Semiconductor Materials, Device fabrication and their characterizations; Solar Cell; AFM and STM.
-Recipient of the “Young Scientist International travel fellowship” by DST-SERB, Govt. of India in September 2016.
-CSIR-UGC NET for Lecturership in Electronic Sciences (June-2012, Dec- 2012, June-2013)
-DIAT-DRDO Fellowship for Ph.D Programme (July 2013 June 2018)
-Gurunath Jadhav, Sanjay Sahare, Dipti Desai, Tejashree M. Bhave, S N Kale, Ravi Kant Choubey, “Effect of copper doping on physical properties of cadmium oxide thin films”, Recent Trends in Materials and Devices, 2016 (Springer), pp.163-167.
1.Prachi Ghoderao, Sanjay Sahare, Prashant Alegaonkar, Anjali Kulkarni, and Tejashree Bhave, Multi-walled carbon nanotubes decorated with Fe3O4 nanoparticles for efficacious doxycycline delivery, Appl. Nano Mater., 2 (2019), 607−616.
2.Sanjay Sahare, Manauti Salunkhe, Prachi Ghoderao, and Tejashree Bhave, “Surfactant modified Bi2(S0.3Se0.7)3 nanoflakes for photo electrochemical cell application”. J. Mater. Sci. Mater. Electronics, 29 (2018) 9142.
3.Sanjay Sahare, Prachi Ghoderao, Abhijeet Dey, Suwarna Datar, and Tejashree Bhave, “Study of modification of photo active material with carbon nanostructures for polymer solar cell applications” Mater. Today Comm., 12 (2017) 11.
4.Sanjay Sahare, Ravi Kant Choubey, Gurunath Jadhav, Tejashree Bhave, Samrat Mukherjee, Sunil Kumar, “A Comparative investigation of optical and structural properties of Cu-doped CdO-derived nanostructures”, J Supercond Nov Magn, 30 (2017) 1439.
5.S. Maity, S. Sahare, “Silicon nitride deposition using inductive coupled plasma chemical vapor deposition technique to study optoelectronics behavior for solar cell application”, Optik 127 (2016) 5240.
6.Naresh Veldurthi, Prachi Ghoderao, Sanjay Sahare, Vijay Kumar, Dhananjay Bodas, Anjali Kulkarni, Tejashree Bhave, “Magnetically active micromixer assisted synthesis of drug nanocomplexes exhibiting strong bactericidal potential”, Materials Science and Engineering C 68 (2016) 455.
7.Sanjay Sahare, Naresh Veldurthi, Suwarna Datar and Tejashree Bhave, “Photon assisted conducting atomic force microscopy study of nanostructured additives in P3HT:PCBM”, RSC Adv., 5 (2015) 102795.
8.Sanjay Sahare, Naresh Veldurthi, Ranbir Singh, A. K. Swarnkar, Manauti Salunkhe, Tejashree Bhave, “Enhancing the efficiency of flexible dye-sensitized solar cells utilizing natural dye extracted from Azadirachta Indica” Mater. Res. Express 2 (2015) 105903.
9.Manauti Salunkhe, Kishorkumar Khot, Sanjay Sahare, Popatrao Bhosale and Tejashree Bhave, “Low temperature and controlled synthesis of Bi2(S1-xSex)3 thin films using a simple chemical route: effect of bath composition”, RSC Adv., 5 (2015) 57090.
10.A. K. Swarnkar, Sanjay Sahare, Nikhil Chander, Rajesh Gangwar, S. V. Bhoraskar, Tejashree Bhave, “Nano crystalline titanium dioxide sensitized with natural dyes for eco-friendly solar cell application”, Journal of Experimental Nanoscience 10 (2015) 1001.