Chandantaru Dey Modak

Graduate Student, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  • Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
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  • India

About Chandantaru Dey Modak

Doctoral student at Centre for Nanoscience and Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. My research interest broadly in the area of superhydrophobic surfaces and its applications. Presently I am working in various aspects of superhydrophobic surface dynamics.


Flexible electronics Bioelectronics NEMS/MEMS Soft materials Techniques and instrumentation Nanoscale materials Biomaterials Materials for devices Structural materials

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Contributor Nature Communications

Drop Impact Printing (DIP)

We propose a simple drop-on-demand printing technique which replaces the use of nozzle with a superhydrophobic sieve enabling printing of nanoparticle suspension with very high mass loading of 71%, performed for surface tension range of 72 - 32 mNm-1 and viscosity up to 33 mPas.


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