Applied Chemistry Department

Designation: Principal Investigator (PI)

Title of the project: -Synthesis of Polymer Films Having Low Dielectric Constant

File No. DST/SR/WOS-A/CS-127/2017 (as per sanction letter)

Email: deepali@mes.ac.in


  • Ph.D.
    2010: Macromolecular Research Centre, R. D. University in Polymer Nanocomposite
  • M.Sc.(Tech.)
    2004: Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, Bhopal
  • B.Sc.
    2001: R. D. University, Jabalpur

Research and Consultancy

  • DST- Project on “Synthesis of polymer Films having low dielectric constant” sanctioned for 30 Lakhs
  • Development of Kevlar, Jute and Glass Fibre Reinforced Composites
  • Development of High Temperature Resistant Polymers and Nanocomposite, Nanoparticles and Conducting Polymers
  • Development of Thin film Dielectric for Microelectronics, Project-Solid State Physics Laboratory, DRDO, New Delhi
  • Development of Flexible solar cell, Project-ER & IPR DRDO, New Delhi
  • Submitted Project to DST under Women Scientist Scheme – 2017

Conducted Workshop

Conducted Workshop on “Polymer Processing and Characterization” on 22 nd -23 rd August 2019 in association with ICPE and ONGC sponsored by Reliance .


  • NPTEL from IIT Roorkee on Processing of Polymers and Polymer Composites October 2017
  • Faculty Development Program FDP-101X from IITB Mumbai September 2017
  • Attended Training at BARC ,MUMBAI on Neutron as Probe for Condense Matter (NPCM) -(Oct-Nov) 2018
  • Attended SCILAB workshop for teachers conducted by IIT Bombay MHRD under PMMMNMT GOI
  • Attended DAE-BRNS 5 th National workshop on Material Chemistry (Nano and composite materials) at Manipal University Jaipur 8 th – 9 th Nov-2019
  • NPTEL from IIT Roorkee on Structural Analysis of Nanomaterials October 2019 “Elite grade”

Important Publications

  • Shrivastava, Deepali and Goyal, Prem and Deshpande, S. K., “Study of Dielectric and Structural
    Properties of Polyimide-Nanocomposite Films” (March 23, 2019). Proceedings 2019: Conference on
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  • Deepali Shrivastava, C. Kundnani, A. K. Gupta, M. Arya, P. Aseri, J. M. Keller and R. Bajpai “Study of fluorescent nanoparticle comprising iron DMAc complex embedded within polyimide matrix” Polymer Engineering and Science Volume 49, Issue 5, May 2009, Pages: 977–983, Version of Record online: 25 February 2009, DOI: 10.1002/pen.21320 more…
  • Patel A. and Tambuskar D. P. (2016), “Multi-Objective Optimization of Machining Parameters During End Milling of Ti6Al4V Using Extended Taguchi Approach”, Journal of Industrial Engineering, Vol. X & Issue No. 1, pp. 29-34.
  • D. Shrivastava, J. M. Keller “Study of polyimide nanocomposites comprising In-Situ generated silica derived from alkoxysilane”, Bionano Frontier special issue, 604-615, February 2011
  • Dr. Deepali Shrivastava, J. M. Keller “Polyimide-Silica Nanocomposite Films Derived from their Precursors Blends” IJSIRET, Vol. 6, Issue 6, June 2017 ISSN (Online) : 2319–8753
  • D. Shrivastava, M. Goswami, S. K. Nema, J. M. Keller “Study on morphological, mechanical and water sorption properties of polyimide-silica nanocomposite films derived from their precursor’s blends” National Seminar on processing and compounding aspects of nanofiller based plastic material, CIPET Bhopal, March 2007
  • Deepali Shrivastava, C. Kundnani P. Aseri “Abstract – Studies of nanoscopically manipulated photosensitive material embedded in polyimide matrix” Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan, Bhopal, Page 674, Nov 2007

Awards and Recognitions

  • Life Member of Society of Materials Chemistry – LM-1171
  • Life member of Neutron Scattering Society of India -LM-204
  • Best Paper Presentation Award (2011)
  • Defence Research & Development Organisation(DRDO), SSPL,New Delhi Junior Research Fellowship (2005-2009)
  • Gold Medal M.Sc Topper Jabalpur Engineering college (2004)
  • Sample Characterization Training at SSPL (solid state physics laboratory) DRDO New Delhi, CIPET Bhopal, IUC Indore, IIT Mumbai and SAIF (Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facility) Mumbai
  • Instruments Handling, Characterization & interpretation Exposure in
    • Spectrophotometer: FTIR-Perkin Elmer
    • UV-Vis Spectrometer – Perkin Elmer
    • Thermal Analyzer: TGA (Thermogravimetric analyzer) – Perkin Elmer DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimeter) – Perkin Elmer
    • Mechanical Testing: UTM (Universal testing machine) Instron UK

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