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Yogesh Kumar

  • PhD
  • Post-Doc
  • Bilkent University Department of Chemistry
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Recent publications

  • [2+2] Cycloadditions of Sorbyl Tosylate with Imines/1-Azadienes: A One-Pot Domino Approach for <i>α</i> -Alkylidene- <i>β</i> -lactams and Their Computational Studies and Antimicrobial Evaluation

    • Kumar Y
    • Bedi P
    • Singh P
    • et al.
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  • Concentrated solar radiation promoted unconventional greener approach: Solvent-free benign synthesis of functionalized benzimidazoles

    • Kumar R
    • Harsh S
    • Yusuf M
    • et al.
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Professional experience


Bilkent Universitesi Kimya Bolumu

February 2018 - Present

Research Associate

Sphaera Pharma

June 2016 - November 2017(a year)

Assistant Professor


September 2010 - May 2011(8 months)



Punjab Technical University

June 2011 - June 2017(6 years)

M.Sc. Applied Chemistry

Department of Chemistry, Guru Nanak Dev University

July 2008 - June 2010(2 years)

B.Sc. Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics

Guru Nanak Dev University

June 2005 - June 2008(3 years)


I am a highly skilled, motivated, creative and team-oriented chemist with a strong background of organic synthesis. My current project involves the design and synthesis of fluorescent multi-glycosylated graphene oxide (GO), phorphyrins and cucurbiturils based nanocarriers with special focus on the delivery of antigens for vaccination purposes (e.g. cancer or infectious diseases vaccines). It combines synthetic organic, supramolecular and polymer chemistry for designing and synthesis of novel organic and inorganic/organic hybrid, nanostructured functional materials with potential applications in the areas of photonics, photocatalysis, bionanotechnology such as live cell imaging and theranostic nanomedicine, polymeric opto-electronic devices (LEDs, solid state lighting and photovoltaic devices), chemo- and bio-sensors, molecular switches.

Co-authors (19)

  • Mohinder Mahajan
  • vipan kumar
  • Wing Ying Chow
  • Duncan Casey
  • Mircea Chipara