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Dr.Sabu Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Curriculum vitae

Prof. Dr. SABU THOMAS PhD, FRSC, FEurASc,DSc(UL,France), DSc(UBS,France)                      

Vice Chancellor,

Mahatma Gandhi University, 

Priyadarshini Hills,Kottayam, Kerala, India -686 560

Director,School of Energy Materials,

Founder  Director ,International and Inter University

Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,

Professor, School of Chemical Sciences

Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam,

Kerala, India -686 560

Tel:  +91 – 481 – 2590357 (Res)

+91 – 9447223452 (Mob)

Skype: sabu.thomas48 

 

Email id: sabuthomas@mgu.ac.in

Website

:

www.sabuthomas.com,&   www.mgu.ac.in

Google Scholar   

:

https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=74VyKRYAAAAJ

Scopus

:

https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=7404654376

Researcher id     

:

http://www.researcherid.com/rid/G-7310-2016

Orchid id            

:

0000-0003-4726-5746

Vidwan

:

https://vidwan.inflibnet.ac.in/profile/21829

 

Nationality:Indian;Date of Birth:14th March 1960

 

Major Achievements

·        Vice Chancellor

·        Professor in Charge of Vice Chancellor

 

·        Full Professor from 25/03/1998onwards

 

·        Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, London

·        Fulbright Fellow,USA

·        Professor at University of Lorraine ,Nancy France.

 

·        h-index- 103(google scholar) and  89(Scopus )

 

·        Total number of publications- 1000

 

· Total number of citations- 50021+(google scholar)            

 

·        Patents 15(granted- 3, filed -12)

 

·        Edited Books- 138

 

·        Ph.D. theses supervised 106- (National )96;  (International))13

 

·        Projects -40 ; Funds Received- Rs.2298.62 Crores

 

·        Cited in the list of Most Productive Researchers in India- 5th Position, 2008

 

·        Listed in the Most Cited Researchers in Materials Science and Engineering by Elsevier Scopus Data 2016

 

·        Best Faculty Research Award-2018

·        Chief Editor,Nanostructurs and Nano-Objects, Elseveir

·        Editorial Advisory Board member. ACS Macromolecules

·        TRILA Academician of the year-2018

·        Foreign Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences (EurASc)

 

 

 

 

Research Areas:Nanomaterials,polymer blends, fiber filled polymer composites, and  polymer nanocomposites, ageing and degradation, pervaporation phenomena, sorption and diffusion, interpenetrating polymer systems, recyclability and reuse of waste plastics and rubbers, elastomer crosslinking, dual porous nanocomposite scaffolds for tissue engineering, polymer nanocomposites for electronic  applications, water purification,energy storage.

Educational Qualifications              

S.No

Qualification

University

Year

Subject (s)/ Topics (s)

1.       

Post Doctoral    Fellow

Katholieke University, Leuven, Belgium

2004

Polymer Blends

2.       

Post Doctoral  Fellow

Katholieke University, Leuven, Belgium

1996

Polymer Blends

3.       

Post Doctoral  Fellow

Macromol. Sci. Eng. Research Centre,  Laval University, Quebec, Canada

1989

 

Polymer Blends

4.       

Ph. D  (Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering)

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

1988

Polymer Blends Thermoplastic Elastomers from PVC/Copolyester EVA/PP blends

5.       

B. Tech (Bachelor of Technology)

University of Cochin

1983

Polymer Science & Rubber Technology

6.       

B.Sc (Bachelor of Science)

University of Kerala

1980

Chemistry

(Main), Physics & Maths (Sub)

 

Visiting Professorship Abroad:

  • 2002 September- 2002 November- Visiting Professor- CNRS Lab, Laboratoire de Recherche surles, Polymers, UMR 7581- CNRS, 2-8 rue Henri Dunant, 94320 Thiais, Paris, France
  • 2003 September – 2003 November – Visiting Professor, Lab. of Macromol. Structural Chemistry, Dept of Chemistry, Katholieke University, Leuven, Belgium
  • 2004 April – 2004 July – Visiting Professor, Lab. of Macromol. Structural Chemistry, Dept. of Chemistry, Katholieke University, Leuven, Belgium
  • 2005 April- 2005 June – Visiting Professor- Polymers Nanotextures & Nanocomposites, Centre de Recherche sur la Matiere Divisee,1B, rue de la Ferollerie, 45071 Orleans Cedex 2, France
  • 2005 June- 2005 July – Visiting Professor- Laboratoire Polymères, Propriétés aux Interfaces et Composites, Centre de Recherche, University de Bretagne Sud, Rue Saint Maude, BP 92116 – 56321 LORIENT Cedex, France
  • 2006 May to 2006, JuneVisiting Professor,Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Bei San Huan East Road 15#, Chaoyang District,Beijing,
  • 2006 October to 2006, December Visiting Professor, IPF Dresden, Germany
  • 2007 April to 2007 June, Visiting Professor, Paris 12 University,Paris, France
  • 2008 April to 2008 May, Visiting Professor, University du Maine,Le Mans, France
  • 2009 April to 2008 June, Visiting Professor, University Paris 12, Creteil, France
  • 2010 October to 2010 Nov.Distinguished Professorship, Josef Stefan Institute, Slovenia
  • 2010 Dec. 2011, Senior Visiting Professor, University Technology Mara (UiTM), Malaysia
  • 2011 April- 2011 June, Visiting Professor,University of Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France,
  • 2011 July 2011 July, Visiting Speaker, Uni of Burgos, Burgos, Spain
  • 2011 Dec. 2011 Dec, Senior Visiting Professor, University Technology Mara (UiTM), Malaysia
  • 2012 Feb, Invited Guest Professor, Changwon University, Pusan, Korea
  • 2012 April, 2012 May, Visiting Professor, Universite Lorraine, Nancy, France
  • 2012 June, Visiting Professor, University of Strasbourg, France
  • 2012 July, Visiting Professor, University of Paris 12, France
  • 2013 Feb, Visiting Professor, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
  • 2013 October, Senior Visiting Professor, University Technology Mara (UiTM), Malaysia
  • 2013 December,Senior Visiting Professor, University Technology Mara (UiTM), Malaysia
  • 2014 April, Senior Visiting Professor, University Technology Mara (UiTM), Malaysia
  • 2014 June, Visiting Professor,Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland.
  • 2015 March Visiting Professor,LIMATB, France
  • 2015,May,Visiting Fellow, Institute of Chemistry, University of GRAZ, Austria
  • 2015 September, Visiting Professor at theUniversity of Armenia.
  • 2015 December,VisitingProfessor ,Qilu University of Technology,Jinan,
  • 2015 December, for the course titled “Key parameters in Science Park Management” organized by Inter-Islamic Network on Science and Technology Parks (INSTP) Guilan, Iran.
  • 2016 August/SeptemberVisiting Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnique, Hong Kong,
  • 2016 September,Visiting Professor, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
  • 2016 October,VisitingProfessor,Institute of Biophysics of Russian Academy of Science, Siberian Federal University,Russia.
  • 2017 September,Visiting Professor,University Loarraine France
  • 2018 June 4 – 9th. Visiting Professor,Siberian Federal University,Russia
  • 2018 27th October -2nd Nov 2018 ,Visiting Professor,Siberian Federal University,Russia
  • 2019 1st May 14h May 2019, Visiting Professor,Institute Jean Lamour ,University of Lorraine ,Nancy France
  • 2019 1st May 15th May 2019, Visiting Professor,,University of Pau , France
  • 2019 1st July -5thJuly, Visiting Professor,Siberian Federal University,Russia
  • 2019 5th July -9thJuly, Visiting Professor,Institute Jean Lamour ,University of Lorraine ,Nancy France
  • 2019,12th July, Visiting Professor,University of Stockholm ,Sweden
  • 21stOctober 2019 IMDEA-Materials Institute,Getafe 28906, Madrid, Spain.

 

  • 23rd October 2019,Dpto. Sistemas Aeroespaciales, Transporte Aéreo y Aeropuertos (SATAA),EDIFICIO B, ETSI Aeronautica y del Espacio – UPM,Madrid, Spain

 

  • 25th October 2019, Surface Phenomena Researches Group Scientific Enterprise Russia
  • 24th October 2019, National University of Science and Technology MISIS, Department of Physical Chemistry,Moscow,Russia            
  • October 29th to 31st Saint-Petersburg State University,Institute of Chemistry, Saint-Petersburg Russia
  • Nov 1st to Nov 4th Institute of Biophysics of Russian Academy of Science, SD,Siberian Federal University

Industrial Positions:

 

  • 1983 June – 1984 June – Rubber Production Officer, Bata India Ltd., 24- Parganas, West Bengal
  • 1987 June – 1987 December – Technical Officer, Bayer India Ltd., Thane, Kolshet Road, Bombay

Administrative Experience in India:

 

 

S.

No

Post

Organization/ university

Duration

From(Date)

To(Date)

1.

Head of the Department

School of Chemical Sciences

01/11/2010

31/12/2013

International and Inter university Centre for  Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

28/03/2009

11/09/2015

02/02/2016

11/10/2017

2.

Chairman,Board of Studies

NIL

N.A

N.A

3.

Member,

Board of Studies

School of Chemical Sciences

07/12/1987

Till date

St. Berchmans College, Changanassery (Autonomous college)

27/10/2014

Till date

4.

Dean of Faculty

Faculty of Technology and Applied Sciences

04/05/2010

03/05/2012

5

Member

of Academic Council

Mahatma Gandhi University

11/02/2011

03/05/2012

6.

Member

of  Executive Council

Syndicate Member, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam

11/02/2011

03/05/2012

7

Member of Professional/Academic Bodies

Senate member, CUSAT

14/02/2011

13/02/2015

23/05/2015

Till date

Director, IQAC, MG university

31/10/2015

27/09/2017

Vice Chairman , IQAC, MG university

27/09/2017

31/08/2018

URC Member, Mahatma Gandhi University

08/01/2016

Till date

8

Others

Research Council Member, Sreechitra Thirunnal Institute for Medical Sciences and technology ,Trivandrum

26/10/2015

Till date

Academic Committee Member -IUCNMD

7/12/2015

Till date

Planning Board Member -MGU

23/03/2011

30/8/2017

Academic/Teaching Experience & responsibilities (In chronological order from latest to oldest)

 

S.No

Post

Organization/

University

Duration

 

From(Date)

To(Date)

 
 

1.       

Professor in Charge of Vice Chancellor

Mahatma Gandhi University. Kottayam

01/09/2018

Till date

 

2.       

Pro Vice-chancellor

Mahatma Gandhi University. Kottayam

31/08/2017

31/08/2018

 

3.       

Director

School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University. Kottayam

01/11/2010

31/12/2013

 

4.       

Honorary Director

International and Inter University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Mahatma Gandhi University. Kottayam

28/03/2009

11/09/2015

 

02/02/2016

11/07/2017

 

5.       

Professor

 

School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala

25/03/1998

Till now

 

6.       

Regional Director

School of Technology and Applied Sciences, Kottayam (Additional Charge) 

16/06/ 1994

1996

 

7.       

Reader

Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala

28/12/1992

24/03/1998

 

8.       

Lecturer

Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala

07/12/1987

27/12/1992

 

 

 Involvement with formulation of academic programmes:

 

S.No

Nomenclature of Innovative Academic Programmes Formulated

Date of Approval by Academic Council

Introduction

1.       

M.Tech in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

06/05/2017

2.       

Integrated M.S-Ph.D programme in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

10/01/2013

2014

3.      2

Integrated M.Sc-Ph.D programme at School of Chemical Sciences

15/03/2012

2012

4.      3

M.Tech Polymer Science and Technologyat School of Chemical Sciences

15/03/2012

2012

5.      4

M.Phil Nanoscience ad Nanotechnology

31/07/2010

2011

6.      5

M.S programme in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

31/07/2010

2011

 

Invited Lectureship Abroad:

  • 1990 December – 1991 January – Invited speaker, several universities in Austria and Germany
  • 1991 May – July – Invited speaker, several universities in Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands and Belgium
  • 1993 October – November – Invited speaker, several universities in Singapore and Taiwan
  • 1999 February – March – Invited speaker, several universities in Germany, Austria, and France
  • 1999 May – June – Invited speaker, several universities in Germany
  • 2000 July – August – Invited speaker, several universities in the USA
  • 2000 October – November – Invited speaker, Several universities in France, Germany, Belgium
  • 2001 February – Invited speaker, several universities in Australia
  • 2001 March – Invited speaker, several universities in Malaysia
  • 2001 July – Invited speaker, several universities in Singapore
  • 2002 May – June – Invited speaker, several universities in Belgium, France, and Germany
  • 2002 September – November- Invited speaker, several universities in Belgium, Germany and France
  • 2003 November – Invited speaker, several universities in Belgium, Germany and Japan
  • 2004 March – Invited speaker, several universities in Belgium, France and Germany
  • 2005 June – Invited speaker, several universities in Belgium, France, Germany and Austria
  • 2005 September – Invited speaker, several universities in China
  • 2005 October – Invited speaker, several universities in South Africa
  • 2006 April, – Invited speaker, several universities in China
  • 2007 April, – Invited speaker, several universities in Europe
  • 2008 April, – Invited speaker, several universities in Europe
  • 2009 April, – Invited speaker, several universities in France, Slovenia and Croatia
  • 2010 Nov. Invited Speaker,Universities in Croatia and Slovenia
  • 2011 June. Invited Speaker, Universities in France
  • 2012 Feb. Invited Speaker, Universities in Korea
  • 2012 April, Invited Speaker, University of Strasbourg, France
  • 2013 Feb, Invited Speaker, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
  • 2014 March, Plenary Speaker, Univerity of Basra, Iraq
  • 2014, April, Invited Speaker, University Technology, Mara, Malaysia
  • 2014 May, Invited Speaker, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
  • 2014 July, Invited Speaker, Durban University of Technology, Durban, South Africa
  • 2014, July, Invited Speaker, CSIR, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
  • 2014 July, Invited Speaker, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 2015,March, Invited Speaker,LIMATB, University of South Brittany, France
  • 2015,March,InvitedSpeaker, University of Strasbourg, France
  • 2015 March, Institute for Polymer Research Dresden (IPF), Dresden, Germany
  • 2015June,ICMAT2015 & IUMRS-ICA2015, 8th International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies of the Materials Society of Singapore and 16th IUMRS – International Conference in Asia together with 4th Photonics Conference 2015
  • 2015,August 9th National Affinity Techniques Symposium” (AFFTECH 2015); “4th Nanomedicine World Congress (NANOMED 2015)” and “2nd International NanoBioTechnology Symposium” focusing also Nanomedicine (NANOBIOTECH 2015), Dalaman, Turkey.& AFFTECH 2015.
  • 2015, Invited Speaker,Durban University of Technology, Durban, South Africa
  • 2015 October, Plenary Talk on my research work titled “Recent Advances in Polymer Nanocomposites” at theDurban University of Technology in Durban, South Africa, ICCBN 2015.Plenary Session at ICCBN 2015
  • 2015 May,Invited speaker Institute of Chemistry, University of GRAZ, Austria
  • 2015 September,Invited speaker,University of Armenia
  • 2015 December, Invited speaker,Qilu University of Technology,Jinan, China
  • 2015 December,Invited speaker for the course titled “Key parameters in Science Park Management” organized by Inter-Islamic Network on Science and Technology Parks (INSTP) Guilan, Iran
  • 2016April, Plenary speaker for “XXI IUPAC CHEMRAWN – Solid Urban Waste Management, Rome,  Italy
  • 2016April, Invited speaker for (The World Academy of Sciences) TWAS Research Grants Conference – Shaping Careers in Science, Trieste, Italy
  • 2016 May, Plenary speaker for WasteEng2016, Conference, Albi, France
  • 2016June, Invited speaker,King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2016 August/September,Invited aspeaker, Hong Kong Polytechnique, Hong Kong
  • 2016 September,Invited speaker, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
  • 2016 October,Institute of Biophysics of Russian Academy of Science, Siberian Federal University,Russia
  • 2016 October 23 –26, Plenary lecture at The International Rubber Conference (IRC 2016), Kitakyushu, Japan
  • 2017April 23- 27,Keynote lecture at Eurofillers Polymer Blends 2017 conference, Greece

 

  • 2017June 7-9,Keynote lecture,Fifth International Conference on Natural Polymers, Biopolymers, Bio Materials, their composites, Nanocomposites, Blends IPNs, Polyelectrolytes, and Gels: Macro to Nano Scales (ICNP 2017 Rio)

 

  • 2017June 21-23,Plenary speaker at ICNF 2017.3rd International Conference On Natural Fibers – Advanced Materials for a Greener World, Braga – Portugal

 

  • 2017July 19 – 20,Plenary speaker at Malaysia Polymer International Conference 2017 (MPIC 2017) at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • 2017 SeptemberKeynote Speaker, The 13th Global Rubber Conference 2017, Istana Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 2017 September,Invited speaker,University Loarraine France
  • 21-23 November 2017, Keynote Speaker Wood and Biofiber International Conference 2017(WOBIC2017),Malaysia.
  • 7-9, January 2018, Plenary speaker, “Biomaterials For Tomorrow (B4T)” Kochi, India
  • 3rd May 2019,Plenary speaker,2nd Franco-Indian Workshop on Polymers, Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites on Friday 3rd May 2019 .
  • July 11th 2019, Keynote speaker,   IUPAC Congress, Paris,France
  • 22nd to 25th  November 2019.Keynote Talk on “The 10th China International Conference on Functional Materials and Applications, The 6th International Conference on Multi-Functional Materials and Structures and International Conference on Frontier Development of New Materials”(ICFM & MFMS & INM 2019), Chongqing, China
  • 21stOctober 2019 IMDEA-Materials Institute,Getafe 28906, Madrid, Spain.

 

  • 23rd October 2019,Dpto. Sistemas Aeroespaciales, Transporte Aéreo y Aeropuertos (SATAA),EDIFICIO B, ETSI Aeronautica y del Espacio – UPM,Madrid, Spain

 

  • 25th October 2019, Surface Phenomena Researches Group Scientific Enterprise Russia
  • 24th October 2019, National University of Science and Technology MISIS, Department of Physical Chemistry,Moscow,Russia            
  • October 29th to 31st Saint-Petersburg State University,Institute of Chemistry, Saint-Petersburg Russia
  • Nov 1st to Nov 4th Institute of Biophysics of Russian Academy of Science, SD,Siberian Federal University

National Conferences attended

 

  1. APT-2008 (Advanced in Polymer Technology-2008),Conducted by Rubber Technology, CUSAT, Kerala, INDIA
  2. International Seminar on Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials –Current Status and Emerging trends (Nanotech 2010)
  3. Resource person in DST-INSPIRE Science Camp (Innovation of Science Pursuit for Inspire Research) on 28th Dec 2012 at IIT Delhi.
  4. Invited talk at the National Conference on Composites (INCCOM-11) ON 03rd Nov 2012 at Amrita Viswavidya Peetam, Coimbatore.
  5. Attended the “International Rubber Conference and IRRDB Meetings” as an Invitee during.2012 at Hotel Samudra, KTDC Kovalam.
  6. Invited speaker on IVth International Conference on “Advanced Nanomaterials (ANM 2012)”.2012 at IIT Madras.
  7. Plenary speaker at the National Seminar on Advanced Polymers, SCIENTIA-2012, held at the Department of Polymer Engineering, MG University, College of Engineering, Thodupuzha. 2012.
  8. Plenary speaker at the seminar at St. Thomas College, Pala on “Emerging trends in Nanotechnology and Microbiology” 2012.
  9. Resource Person at Environmental conservation and living” organized by Nirmala college, Kuravilangad on 11th November 2013.
  10. Resource Person at XVth Refresher Course in “Chemistry” organized by Nirmala college, Muvattupuzha on 9th November 2013.
  11. Resource Person at Refresher Course in “Nano Science” organized by UGC-Academic Staff College, University of Kerala 2013.
  12. Invited speaker at Advances in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology NIIST on 23rd March, 2013.
  13. Plenary speaker at National Seminar on Green Materials organized by Department of Chemistry, Bishop Moore College, Mavelikara 2013.
  14. Resource Person at XVth Refresher Course in “Chemistry” organized by UGC-Academic Staff College, University of Kerala 2013.
  15. Special Invitee at NANO INDIA 2013 at National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology during 2013.
  16. Invited speaker at National Conference on Advanced Materials 2013 at PSN College of Engineering and Technology,Tamilnadu 2013.
  17. Invited speaker at IIIrd National Conference on Advanced Materials at PSN College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli 2013
  18. Invited Lecture at Inaugural Ceremony of the Chemistry Association of the Sree Narayana College, Nattika, Thrissur on October 15, 2014
  19. National Seminar on Nanotechnology and renewable Energy ,K.E College ,Oct 30-31st 2013
  20. National Seminar on Current trends Chemistry(CTric 2014),Cochin University of Science and Technology,2014
  21. National Seminar on Perspectives in Material Sceince , Marthoma College of Science and Technology Ayur,7th Novemeber 2014
  22. National Seminar on Recent Approaches in Biochemical Research (RABR -2014),Department of Biotechnology,Thiruvanthapuram,Kerala. 2014
  23. National Seminar on Recent Advances in Nanoscience RANSS 14,Auxillum College Vellore Tamil Nadu,21-22 November 2014
  24. Advances in Biotechnology 2014 (CUSAT) ,Cochin University of Science and Technology ,15TH -16TH December 2014
  25. Resource Person for the UGC sponsored National Seminar on Nanochemistry and Nano Biotechnology, NANOCHEMBIO 2014 at St. Thomas College, Palai on October 9, 2014.
  26. Resource Person at the New Paradigms in Chemistry,Ab Initio,Ad Futurum at St.Marys College ,Sulthan Bathery on 10thMarch 2014
  27. Plenary lecture at Fostering Scientific Temper -Trends and Opportunities in Chemistry at St.Berchamans College , Changanachessery on 28th Feb 2014
  28. Key Note address at The Emerging Trends in Nano science and Technology at Newman college Thodupuzha on 28th Feb 2014.
  29. Plenary lecture at the Emerging trends in polymeric materials at Christian college, Chengannur on 24th Jan 2014.
  30. UGC Sponsorred Natinal Seminar “Adavanced topic in Chemistry-ATC 2015 Sree Narayana College Natika,19-20 August 2015
  31. Recent Advances in Spectroscopy: A Chemical and Biological perspective -IINewman College ,Thodupuzha ,14-15 September 2015
  32. Recent Advance in Spectroscopy a chemical and Biological perspective -2,Newman College Todupuzha ,14-15 Sep 2015
  33. Resource Person at Green Nanotechnology in Material Engineering & Energy application under Tequip programme at College of Engineering, Adoor on December 18, 2015
  34. Plenary Talk at Green Technology for Green Environment at Sreenarayanan Mangalam College, Eranakulam on December 04, 2015
  35. Plenary Talk at Nano Technology & Space Application (AICTE Sponsored) at Amaljyothi College of Engeneering, Kanjirapalli on April 27, 2015
  36. Resource Person at Polymers & Its Application at Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala on March 25, 2015
  37. Plenary talk at New Frontiers in Nano Technology & Material Science at Sreenarayana College , Chengannur on March 20, 2015
  38. Resource Person at the Interaction Programme for PhD Scholars at UGC-Academic Staff College, Calicut on March 16, 2015
  39. Plenary lecture at the National Seminar on Emerging Nano Meterials, NSEN-2015 at Devamatha College, Kottayam on January 1, 2015
  40. Emerging Nanomaterials NSEN -2015,Deva MATHA College ,Kuruvilangad ,6th January 2015
  41. International CONFERENCE ON Understanding Contemporary India ,ICCS, Mahatma Gandhi University ,14-15 January 2016
  42. International Conference on Advances in applied Mathematics, Materials Science and Nanotechnology for Engineering and Industrial application.IC-AMMA-2K16
  43. Federal INSTITUTE OF Science and technology (FISAT),JANUARY 2016
  44. Recent Advances in Material Sciences ,Government College ,Kottayam,January 2017
  45. Expert Mentor at India-UK joint workshop on ‘Nano-Biomaterials for water Purification at M.G University, Kottayam from December12, 2016 to December 16, 2016
  46. Chief Guest at the Inauguraion of the Centre for Nanotechnology and Smart Materials at Viswajyothi College of Engineering & Technology, Muvattupuzha on November 29, 2016
  47. Plenary lecture at the National Conference on Biopolymers & Green Composites (BPCG 2016 – 4th in Series) at Centre for Biopolymer Science and Technology (CBPST-CIPET), Kochi on September 29, 2016
  48. Plenary lecture at the International Conference on Functional Materials at Centre for Scientific and Applied Research, PSN College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli on September 10, 2016
  49. Chief Guest at National Science Day Celebrations 2016 at Sree Narayana College, Chengannur on February 25, 2016
  50. Keynote address at the KSCSTE Sponsored National Seminar on Emerging Trends in Nanocomposites at St. Thomas College, Palai on October 12, 2017
  51. Plenary lecture at the National Conference on Recent Advances in the Applications of Macromolecular Materilas (RAAMM – 2017), at Gandhigram Rural Institute, Dindigul, Tamil Nadu on March 02, 2017
  52. Plenary talk at National Conference on ” Recent trends in Biomaterials (BIOMEET 2017) at Bishop Moore College, Mavelikara on February 17, 2017
  53. Plenary talk at National Conference on “Nanomedicine Current Scenerio and Future Opportunities” at SN College, Chenganoor on February 17, 2017
  54. Chief Guest/Keynote Speaker at the Inauguraion of Dalton’s Conclave & Award ceremony 2016-2017 at Catholic College, Pathanamthitta on January 23, 2017
  55. Chief Guest/Keynote Speaker at the Art Festival inauguration at Travancore Medical College, Kollam on January 15, 2017
  56. Invited talk for four days at International Conference on Polymer Science and Technology [MACRO 2017] on January 8, 2017
  57. International Conference on Chemistry and Physics of Materials (ICCPM 2018),
    by the Research & Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, St. Thomas’ College, Thrissur, Kerala, 2018 September 17 to 19 ,,  St. Thomas’ College.
  58. Plenary talk at National conference on “Emerging Frontiers in Chemical Science (EFCS2018) at Farook College Campus, Kozhikide on November 24, 2018
  59. Plenary talk at the International Conference on Advances in Materials Science  ICAMS 2018 at Sree Sankara College,Kalady,Ernakulam on October 24, 2018
  60. Plenary lecture on’Super Toughened Epoxy Nanocomposited for Space Applicatons’ in the National Seminar on Recent Trends in Nanotechnology, Sponsored by Kerala State Council for Science Technology ad Environment (KSCSTE-TVM) at Newman College, Thodupuzha on October 15, 2018
  61. Resource person at the two day National seminar on ‘Recent Advance in Materials Science’ at NSS Hindu College, Changanacherry on September 06, 2018
  62. Plenary talk at Bishop Moore College, Mavelikara in connection with the DBT Star College Scheme on March 22, 2018
  63. Plenary talk on ‘Surface Engineered Nanosystems for Bio-Medical Applictions’ in the International Conference on Advanced Nanostructures  (ICAN – 2018) at Catholicate College, Pathanamthitta on March 14, 2018
  64. Plenary talk at the National Seminar on Recent Trends in Material Science and Technology at St. Berchmans College, Changanassery on February 7, 2018
  65. Invited talk for two days on biobased composites at the Biomaterials for Tomorrow (B4T) conference at Kochi Marriot Hotel, Kochi on January 08, 2018
  66. Plenary talk on ‘Nanotechnology: Boon or Bane ‘ for Sastrapadham ( Science Enrichment Programme for Higher Secondary Education)organized by S.S.A. and  Directorate of Higher Secondary Education, Trivandrum at St. Berchmans College, Changanassery on January 20, 2019
  67. Invited speaker at 3rdInternational Conference on Optoelectronic and Nano Materials for Advanced Technology (icONMAT – 2019) at CUSAT, Cochi on January 5, 2019
  68. Annual symposium iNNCOTECH on 28th February 2019 inTata Chemicals Innovation Center, Pune
  69. Invited Speaker to present your keynote talk during ICRACM-2019 Conference, which will be held at Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), India from 25-28th February 2019.
  70. International Conference “Chemistry and Physics of Materials: Glorious Past and Exciting Future”, scheduled during February 20 to 22, 2019, and hosted by the School of Advanced Materials, JNCASR, Bangalore.

 

Awards and Prizes Won:

  • Universite Laval Post-DoctoralFellowship, 1989-1991
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, London, Chartered Chemist, C Chem FRSC,2000
  • Katholieke UniversityVisiting Research Fellowship, Leuven, Belgium,1996-1997
  • Katholieke UniversityVisiting Research Fellowship, Leuven, Belgium,1997-1998
  • CNRS Research Fellowship, Thie, France, 2002
  • Sukumar Maithy National Award for Best Polymer Researcher, 2007
  • Listed in the Panel of most Productive Researchers in India (5th Position), 2008 by National Institute of Science, Technology, and Development, New Delhi
  • Distinguished Professorship Award, Josef Stefan Institute, Slovenia,2010
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, London, FRSC,2012
  • Awarded Bronze Medal of Chemical Research Societyof India(CRSI), 2013
  • Awarded Materials Research Society of India Award (MRSI), 2013
  • Awarded Society For Educational & Scientific Research. (SESR) Nanotech Scientist Award- 2014
  • Awarded Doctorate Honoris Causa-LIMATB, University of South Brittany,France 2015
  • Awarded Loyalty Award “International Materials Technology Conference Exhibition” May 2016&Honourable member of IMTCE, Loyalty Award Club (Membership Number-IMTCE-LC-017)
  • Awarded APJ Abdul Kalam Award for Scientific Excellence –2016
  • Mahatma Gandhi University- Award for Outstanding Contribution–Nov. 2016
  • Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award, Indian NanoBiologists 2017
  • Awarded Doctorate Honoris Causa-Université de Lorraine France 2017
  • Fullbright scholarship-Nehru Fulbright fellowship for 2017
  • National Education Leadership Award – 2017for Excellence in Education
  • Won 6th contest of “mega-grants”.The grant competition of theGovernment of the Russian Federation (Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation) designed to support research projects implemented under the supervision of the world’s leading scientists as Leading Scientist-2017
  • “Faculty Research Award’ of India’s brightest minds in the field of academic research. “Most outstanding Researcher” in the field of Materials Science,2018
  • Trila Award – Academician of The Year, 2018
  • G. Puthenkavu Mar Philoxenos Memorial Best Scientist Award 2018
  • Professor@Lorraine, University of Lorraine ,Nancy France,2018
  • “C.N.R Rao Award Prize Lecture In Advanced Materials”by Materials Research Society of India (MRSI) -2019
  • “Fellow of International Academy of Physical Sciences”24th International Conference (CONIAPSXXIV) at Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, UP-2019
  • Foreign Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences (EurASc)-2019
  • National Researcher Award -DST Nanomission -2020
  • Honourary Professorship from Siberian Ferderal University- May 2020

Major Scientific Fields of Interest:

Polymer blends

:

Miscibility, phase separation and crystallization of polymer blends, morphology, mechanical properties, rheology, fracture toughness, compatibilization of immiscible blends, bio – degradable polymer blends

Fiber filled polymer composites

:

Short natural and synthetic fiber-filled thermoplastics, thermosets, rubbers, polymer-fiber interfacial adhesion, fiber surface modification, characterization, hybrid composites,trans-crystallization, cellulose nanocomposites and biocomposites

Nanomaterials and  polymer nanocomposites

:

Clay, silica, mica and carbon black filled thermoplastics and rubbers, effect of coupling agents, polymer-filler interactions, inorganic/organic hybrid nanocomposites

 

Ageing and Degradation

:

Thermo-oxidative ageing, high-energy radiation ageing, ozone cracking, environmental degradation, ion-beam irradiation, electron beam irradiation

Pervaporation phenomena, sorption, and diffusion

:

Membrane assisted sorption, diffusion, transport of liquids and gases through polymer membranes, blends, composites, pervaporation through polymer membranes

Interpenetrating polymer systems

:

Natural and synthetic rubber and epoxy based semi-interpenetrating networks

Recyclability and reuse of waste plastics and rubbers

:

Recycling of waste plastics and rubbers, reuse of latex waste as potential filler for thermoplastics and rubbers

Elastomer crosslinking

:

Double network in elastomers, synthesis of accelerators, vulcanization

Dual porous nanocomposite scaffolds for tissue engineering

Polymer Nanocomposites for Electronic  Applications

Water purification

:

 

 

:

 

 

 

:

Engineering of dual porous scaffolds by electrospinning

 

 

Sensing Applications,Flexible polymeric strainsensors,solventsensors,EMIShielding

 

 

 

For removing toxic materials from water,dye removal using biomaterials.

 

Research Students – Ph.D. Thesis:

  • D. Thesis completed(National ) –93(International) -10
  • Current D. students- 8
  • Post Docs completed -25, Current Post Docs-2
  • Projects

Sl.No.

Funding agency

No :

Amount Sanctioned (in Lakhs)

1.       

DST –Nano mission

2

468.01

2.       

DST Department of Science & Technology

5

316.72

3.       

DST-International collaboration

8

83.47

4.       

AICTE(All India Council for Technical Education)

1

15.50

5.       

DBT (Department of Biotechnology)

1

58.59

6.       

DRDO(Defence Research and Development Organization

3

84.66

7.       

UGCUniversity Grants Commission

2

12.52

8.       

MeitY(The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology 

2

131.60

9.       

KSCSTE(Kerala State Council for Science, Technology & Environment

3

45.23

10.    

ISRO(Indian Space Research Organisation)

1

10.00

11.    

BRNS(Board of Research In Nuclear Sciences)

2

42.16

12.    

CSIRCouncil of Scientific & Industrial Research

2

36.51

13.    

ICMR (The Indian Council of Medical Research)

1

23.70

14.    

Russian Mega grant

1

950.00

15.    

Industry

5

19.95

 

Total

 

2298.62

 

Recent selected projects

 

Sl.No.

Client /organization name

Nature of Project

Duration of project

Amount of grant (Rupees)

1.       

SPARC

Bio-filler-Interfaced Electrospun PVDF Hybrid Piezoelectric Generator for MechanicalEnergy Harvesting(Co-PI)

2019-2021

78,93,348

2.       

SPARC

Study of urea oxidation electrocatalysis for energy conversion from waste(Co-PI)

2019-2021

66,69,785

3.       

SPARC

Vachellia nilotica based biocompatible hybrid nanostructured coatings/films for seeds

and fruits(Co-PI)

2019-2021

66,30,385

4.       

SPARC

Nanoscale Contrast Agents For Diagnostic Biomedical

Imaging(Co-PI)

2019=2021

59,88,299

5.       

UGC DAE

Gamma Ray/Heavy Ion Assisted Cross linked Silicone Rubber Based EMI Shielding Materials (PI)

2019-2020

3, 75.000

6.       

UGC DAE

Heavy Ion/Gamma Ray Engineered Vertically Oriented Graphene Hybrid Systems for Environmental Remediation(Co-PI)

2019-2020

3, 75.000

7.       

BRFST-BRNS

Novel thermoplastic elastomer composition for neutron shelding application (PI)

2016-2018

34,66,580 INR

8.       

DRDO

Graphene-Silica conjugated epoxy nanocomposites for protective coating and repair applications(PI)

2018-2020

30,00,000 INR

9.       

MeitY

Visvesvaraya PhD Scheme for Electronics and IT(PI)

2015-2020

89,77,800 INR

10.    

DRDO

Development of super tough thermoset from self-assembled nanostructured block copolymer/epoxy resin blends(PI)

2014- 2017

29,62,800 INR

11.    

CSIR

Engineering of nano-structured high performance epoxy/liquid rubber blends with controlled nanoparticle localization(PI)

2014- 2017

14,92,000 INR

12.    

MeitY

Development of multi walled carbon nanotube filled polycarbonate/polypropylene double percolating conductive polymer blend nanocomposites for electromagnetic interference shielding gaskets for mobile phones (PI)

2012 -2015

41,00,000 INR

13.    

DST -Nanomission

Development of engineered nanostructured materials for high performance application(PI)

2010-2013

4,68,01,600 INR

14.    

MRF Tyres

Miscibility, morphology and properties of NR/SBR  and BR based binary and ternary rubber blends and the influence of carbon black and silica filler distribution on blend properties (PI)

2014-2016

3,00,000

INR

           
  1. Consulting experience:

 

List key consulting assignments undertaken:Recent Projects

 

Sl.No.

Client / Organisation’s name

Nature of assignment

Duration of assignment

1

SAID Project

Experimental work

2017-2018

2

ETG Associates, Vadodara,

Experimental work

2016-2017

 

  1. National Research Projects/Funds:
  • Completed -26
  • Ongoing-6
  1. International Research Projects
  • Completed – 7
  • Ongoing-2
  1. Industry Supported Projects
  • Du Pont, USA (completed)
  • General Cables, USA, (completed)
  • Harisson Malayalam, India (completed)
  • Apollo Tyres, India (completed)
  • MRF Tyres, India(completed)
  • Surface Treat, Czech Republic, (Running)
  • Plant Lipids Pvt.Ltd, India (Running)
  • Andani Ventures (Running)

                                   

Alumni -Ph.D Scholars-India

 

 

   Name of the Student

Award Number

 

1)     

Dr. Alex T. Koshy  (1992)

EBV/Ph.D/       

 

2)     

Dr. Kuruvilla Joseph (1993)

EBV/Ph.D/ 5 /1993

 
 

Dr. Siby Varghese (1994)

EBV/Ph.D/ 11/1994

 
 

Dr. G. Unnikrishnan (1997),

EBV/Ph.D/ 34 /1997

 
 

Dr. Zacharia Ommen (1997)

EBV/Ph.D/ 36/1997

 
 

Dr. P.P Lizymol (1998)

EBV/Ph.D/41/1998

 
 

Dr. Jayamol George (1998)

EBV/Ph.D/ 44/1998

 
 

Dr. N. Radhakrishnan Nair (1998)

EBV/Ph.D/ 45/1998

 
 

Dr. Ashaletha (1998)

EBV/Ph.D/ 47 /1998

 
 

Dr. Jyothi T. Varkey (1998)

EBV/Ph.D/ 48/1998

 
 

Dr. T. Johnson (1998)

EBV/Ph.D/ 49/1998

 
 

Dr. Hima Varghese (1999)

EBV/Ph.D/ 52/1999

 
 

Dr. Soney C. George (1999)

EBV/Ph.D/54 /1999

 
 

Dr. Snoopy C. George  (1999)

EBV/Ph.D/ 55 /1999

 
 

Dr. G. Kalaprasad (2000)

EBV/Ph.D/59 /2000

 
 

Dr. R. Prasanth Kumar (2000)

EBV/Ph.D/   – 

 
 

Dr. C. Radhesh Kumar (2000)

EBV/Ph.D/     –  

 
 

Dr. Aji. P. Mathew  (2000)

EBV/Ph.D/   –    

 
 

Dr. M.S Sreekala (2001)

EBV/Ph.D/72/2001

 
 

Dr. Moncy Mathew (2002)

EBV/Ph.D/72/2001

 
 

Dr. C.G. Bandobadhyaya (2002)

EBV/Ph.D/ 76/2001

 
 

Dr. P.V. Joseph (2002)

EBV/Ph.D/  –    

 
 

Dr. Abi Santosh Aprem (2002)

EBV/Ph.D/  85  /2002

 
 

Dr. Laly Pothen (2003)

EBX/Ph.D/ 92 /2003

 
 

Dr. K.C Manikantan Nair (2003)

EBX/Ph.D/ 93/2003

 
 

Dr. George Mathew (2003)

EBX/Ph.D/   –   

 
 

Dr. Asha. E. Mathew (2003)

EBX/Ph.D/    –

 
 

Dr. Josephine George (2005)

EBX/Ph.D/ 103 /2005

 
 

Dr. Susan Joseph (2004)

EBX/Ph.D/ 104/2005

 
 

Dr. V.G .Geethamma (2005)

EBX/Ph.D/ 10  /2005

 
 

Dr. Moly K A (2006)

EBX/Ph.D/ 117/2006

 
 

Dr. Bejoy Francis (2006)

EBX/Ph.D/ 115/2006

 
 

Dr. Ranimol Stephen  (2006)

EBX/Ph.D/ 113/2006

 
 

Dr. Seena Joseph (2006)

EBX/Ph.D/ 119 /2006

 
 

Dr. Maya Jacob (2006)

EBX/Ph.D/ 121 /2006

 
 

Dr. Sobha V Nair (2007)

EBX/Ph.D/ 131 /2007

 
 

Dr. Seno Jose (2007)

EBX/Ph.D/ 123 /2007

 
 

Dr. Maries Idicula (2008)

EBX/Ph.D/ 136/2008

 
 

Dr. Anil Kumar S (2008)

EBX/Ph.D/ 134/2008

 
 

Dr. Biju John (2009)

EBX/Ph.D/ 148/2009

 
 

Dr. Cibi Komalan  (2008)

EBX/Ph.D/ 135/2008

 
 

Dr. Selvin Thomas (2008)

EBX/Ph.D/ 135/2008

 
 

Dr. Aju Joseph (2008)

EBX/Ph.D/ 142 /2008

 
 

Dr. Jesmy Jose  (2009)

EBX/Ph.D/ 148/2009

 
 

Dr. Indose Aravind (2009)

EBX/Ph.D/ 149/2009

 
 

Dr. Sherly Annie Paul (2009)

EBX/Ph.D/ 147 /2009

 
 

Dr. Mary Kutty  (2009)

EBX/Ph.D/ 144/2009

 
 

Dr. Raju Thomas  (2009)

EBX/Ph.D/ 147/2009

 
 

Dr. Roslin Abraham (2010)

EBX/Ph.D/  –   

 
 

Dr. Shaji Joseph  (2010)

EBX/Ph.D/ 162 /2010

 
 

Dr. P. C. Thomas (2010)

EBX/Ph.D/ 170 /2010

 
 

Dr. Meera A.P. (2010)

EBX/Ph.D/ 168 /2010

 
 

Dr. Jayanarayanan K  (2011)

EBX/Ph.D/ 171 /2011

 
 

Dr. Indira K.N  (2011)

EBX/Ph.D/ 171 /2011

 
 

Dr. Uma Devi (2011)

EBX/Ph.D/ 177/2012

 
 

Dr. Viju Susan (2011)

EBX/Ph.D/  174/2011

 
 

Dr. Anil Kumar P.V.(2012)

EBX/Ph.D/187/2012

 
 

Dr. Jyothish Kumar  P (2012)

EBX/Ph.D/ 183/2012

 
 

Dr. M. Kannan (2012)

EBX/Ph.D/ 185/2012

 
 

Dr. Eldho Abraham (2013)

EBX/Ph.D/ 199/2014

 
 

Dr. Poornima Vijayan (2013)

EBX/Ph.D/ 201 /2014

 
 

Dr. Hanna J. Maria (2014)

EBX/Ph.D/ 208 /2015

 
 

Dr. Runcy Wilson (2014)

EBX/Ph.D/ 209 /2015

 
 

Dr. Josmine P .Jose (2014)

EBX/Ph.D/ 209 /2015

 
 

Dr. Cintil Jose Chirayil (2014)

EBX/Ph.D/ 210 /2015

 
 

Dr. Vishak P.M. (2015)

EBX/Ph.D/ 213 /2015

 
 

Dr. Sarathchandran C.(2015)

EBX/Ph.D/ 221 /2016

 
 

Dr. Anu Tresa Sunny (2016)

EBX/Ph.D/ 226 /2017

 
 

Dr. Sajeev Martin George (2016)

EBX/Ph.D/ 218/2016

 
 

Dr. Srinivasarao  Yaragalla (2016)

EBX/Ph.D/ 222/2016

 
 

Dr. Robin Augustine (2016)

EBX/Ph.D/ 215 /2015

 
 

Dr. Ajesh K. Zachariah (2016)

 EBX/Ph.D/ 227/2017

 
 

Dr. Jiji Abraham (2017)

EBX/Ph.D/  235 /2017

 

74)  

Dr. Nithin Chandran (2017)

EBX/Ph.D/239/2019

 

75)  

Dr. Joshy K.S (2017)

  EBX/Ph.D/ 240  /2018

 

76)  

Dr. Mohammed Arif  P  (2018)

 EBX/Ph.D/239/2019

 

77)  

Dr. Arunima R. (2018)

  EBX/Ph.D/  241/2018

 

78)  

Dr Elizebeth Francis (2018)

EBX/Ph.D/246/2018

 

79)  

Dr.Deepa B (2018)

EBX/Ph.D/246/2018

 

80)  

Dr Maya M G (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

81)  

Dr Preetha Balakrishanan (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

82)  

Dr Jose James (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

83)  

Dr Akhina H (2019)

 

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

84)  

Dr Shalini (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

85)  

Dr Lakshmi Priya(2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

86)  

Dr Ajitha A R(2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

87)  

Dr Indu V (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

88)  

Dr Sandhya P.K (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

89)  

Dr Eldo Elias  (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

90)  

Dr Ashwathi M.K(2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

91)  

Dr Anu A.S(2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

92)  

Dr Sreerag Gopi (2019)

EBX/Ph.D/2019

 

93)  

Dr Bicy .K(2020)

EBX/Ph.D/2020

 

94)  

Dr Sandhya Gopalakrishnan  (2020)

EBX/Ph.D/2020

 

95)  

Dr Rajkumari Rajendran

EBX/Ph.D/2020

 

96)  

Dr Merin Sara Thomas

EBX/Ph.D/2020

 

Alumni -Ph.D Scholars-International

 

1.       

Dr Sajith Rahman

Development of Flexible Thermoplastic Elastomer Composition for Neutron Shielding Application

Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam-40450, Malaysia

 

2020

2.       

Dr Jemy James

Refractive index engineering using polymernanocomposites.

 

University of South Brittany

(UBS)Lorient, France.

2019

3.       

Dr Sari P.S

Effect of plasma modification of Polyethylene on natural fiber composites

Czech Technical University in Prague   
Department of Materials Engineering     
Karlovonamesti 13   
r University Centre for Nanoscience   
CZ-12135 Prague   
Czechia

2019

4.       

Dr.Praveen Kosappallyillom

Plasma modified polypropylene (PP) / Coir fibre composites for automobile applications

University of South Brittany (Université de Bretagne-Sud)

2017

 

5.       

Dr Sreeraj Gopi

Research on polymer and rubber recycling.-Polymer nanomaterials, composites, nanocomposites polyurethane adhesives and foams:

Gdansk University of Technology

2017

6.       

Dr. Yasir Beeran Pottathara

    Graphene based Composites with Cellulose Nanofibrils for Energy storage applications

 

University of South Brittany (Université de Bretagne-Sud)

2018

7.       

Dr.Deepu Ambika Gopakumar

Nanocellulose Based Functional Constructs for Clean water and Microwave Suppression

University of South Brittany (Université de Bretagne-Sud)

2018

8.       

Dr Sneha Mohan

Green synthesis, characterization and applications of CdSe based Core-shell quantum dots and silver nanocomposites

Cape Peninsula University of Technology South Africa

2016

9.       

DrAparna Beena Unni

Structuration and glass transition temperature of the adsorbed polymer layer : some insights in the property deviations of the ultra-thin polymer film

University of South Brittany (Université de Bretagne-Sud)

2016

10.    

Dr.Harinarayanan  Pulliyial

     

11.    

DrDeepalekshmi Ponnamma

Development of high performance materials based on smart elastomer nanocomposites

Deakin University.Australia

2014

12.    

DrNeethu Ninan

Synthesis, characterisation and biological evaluation of tissue engineering scaffolds for wound healing

University of South Brittany (Université de Bretagne-Sud)

2013

13.    

DrKishor Kumar Sadasivuni

Development of high performance Poly (isobutylene-co isoprene) nanocomposites for mechanical, sensing and barrier applications

University of South Brittany (Université de Bretagne-Sud)

2012

 

 

 

 

Post Doctoral Fellowoships Sanctioned 

 

 

 Name

Funding agency

Order number

1)      

Dr. Bindhu  Panampally

DST-SERC

SR/FTP/CS-47/2006

2)      

Dr. K R Chithra

DST-WoS-A

SR-WoS-A/CS 39/07 

3)      

Dr.Giable George

UGC-DSK

F4-2/2006(BSR)/13-462/2011

4)      

Dr. Mahesh S

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR) /13-539/2011

5)      

Dr.Sreekanth J  Varma

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR) /13-959/2013

6)      

Dr. Kajal Ghosal

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/13/874/2013

7)      

Dr. N Angulakshimi

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR) /13-1123/2013

8)      

Dr. Hanna J Maria

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR) /13-14/0174

9)      

Dr.Praveen Govind

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR) /13-14/0435

10)  

Dr. Jiya Jose

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/BL /14-15/0016

11)  

Dr. Obey Koshy

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/PH/13-14/0052

12)  

Dr. Sravanthi L

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/EN/15-16/0020

13)  

Dr.Asha Krishan

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/EN/14-15/0030

14)  

Dr.Prosenjith Saha

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/CH/14-15/0113

15)  

Dr.Suvendu Manna

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/CH/15-16/0004

16)  

Dr.Dhanya K R

M G University

Uo. No.4412/AVI/2/PDF/2016/Acad

17)  

Dr. Jayalakshmy M S

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/PH/15-16/0111

18)  

Dr. Renji R Reghu

UGC-DSK 

F4-2/2006(BSR)/CH/15-16/0203

19)  

Dr.Kanchan  Upaadhyay

SERB-NPDF

PDF/2017/000095

20)  

Dr.Praveen GL

SERB-NPDF

PDF/2017/001196

21)  

Dr.Sanal P Sebastian

SERB-NPDF

PDF/2016/004115

22)  

Dr.Ajith

KSCTE-PDF

PDF/2016

 

Awards and Prizes Received by the Research Group

Sl.

No

Award

Authors

Paper

1.       

Young Scientist Award in Kerala Science Congress, 1993 for the best paper in Engg Sciences.

S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas (Award received by Dr.S.Varghese)

Effect of acetylation of sisal fiber bonding agent on mechanical properties of natural rubber/short fiber composites

2.       

Young Scientist Award in Kerala Science Congress, 1993 for the best paper in natural resources utilization

K. Joseph,C. Pavithran, S. Thomas (Award received by K. Joseph)

Sisal/PE composites: Effect of fiber length orientation

3.       

Shankar Lal Memorial Lecturer Award, 1993 IIT, Kharagpur

G. Unnikrishnan,S. Varghese, S. Thomas (Award received by G. Unnikrishnan).

Diffusion transport of aromatic hydrocarbon through natural rubber

4.       

Best poster presentation award in Polymer’94 Vadodara, 1994.

G. Unnikrishnan, S. Thomas (Award received by G. Unnikrishnan)

Diffusion transport of aromatic hydrocarbon through natural rubber

5.       

Shankar Lal Memorial Lecturer Award, 1994 IIT, Kharagpur

Z. Oommen, S. Thomas, M.R.G Nair (Award received by Z. Oommen)

Compatibilizing effect of natural rubber-g-poly(methyl methacrylate natural rubber/poly (methyl methacrylate) blends

6.       

Shankar Lal Memorial Lecturer Award, 1994 IIT, Kharagpur

J. George, S. Thomas, K.T. Varughese (Award received by  J. George)

Morphological properties of high-density polyethylene nitrile rubber blends

7.       

Young Scientist Award in Kerala Science Congress, 1994 for the best paper in Natural Resources Utilization

V. G. Geethamma, S. Thomas (Award received by V. G. Geethamma)

Short coir fiber reinforced natural rubber composites

8.       

Shankar Lal Memorial Lecturer Award, 1995 IIT, Kharagpur

Aji P. Mathew, S. Thomas (Award received by Aji. P. Mathew)

Transport of styrene through cross-linked natural rubber

9.       

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 1995,Calcutta for the best paper presentation in Material Science.

V. G. Geethamma, S. Thomas (Award received by V. G. Geethamma)

Effect of Surface treatment on the properties of NR-coir composites

10.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 1995,Calcutta for the best paper presentation in Engineering Science

Josephine George, K.T. Varughese, S. Thomas (Award received by J. George)

Impact properties of compatibilized blends of polyethylene/nitrile rubber

11.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 1996, Patiala, Punjab, for the best paper presentation in Material Science.

R. Asaletha M. G. Kumaran, S. Thomas (Award received by R. Asaletha)

Natural rubber/polystyrene blend Interfacial activity of NR-graft-PS

12.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 1996, Patiala Punjab, for the best paper presentation in Material Science.

Siby Varghese, Baby Kuriakose, Sabu Thomas (Award received by Siby Varghese

Design & Development of electronic timer belt from NR-sisal fiber composites

 

13.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 1996, Patiala Punjab, for the best paper presentation in Chemistry.

G. Unnikrishnan & S. Thomas (Award received by G. Unnikrishnan)

Pervaporation of organic solvents through crosslinked natural rubber membranes

14.    

Young Scientist Award in Kerala Science Congress, 1996 Cochin for the best paper presentation in Engineering Science.

Monsy Mathew, K.N. Ninan, S. Thomas (Award received by Monsy Mathew)

Development of Nitrile rubber/styrene plastics based thermoplastic elastomers

15.    

Charles Goodyear Memorial Quiz Competition held at IIT, 1996, Kharagpur

R. Prasanthakumar, Josephine George (Award received by R. Prasanthakumar)

Polymer Science & Technology

16.    

Best Paper Award for the Annual Conventional of Chemists, Tamilnadu

R. Prasanthakumar, S. Thomas (Award received by R. Prasanthakumar)

Sisal fiber reinforced rubber composites

17.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 2000, Pune for the best paper presentation in Engineering Science

Abi Santhosh Aprem, S. Thomas (Award received by Mr. Abi Santhosh Aprem)

Accelerated sulfurvulcanization of natural rubber using DTB/TBBS as a novel binary system

18.    

Best paper award in a National Level Technical Symposium ELASTOFEST `99`, held at Chennai

M. S. Sreekala, S. Thomas (Award received by M. S. Sreekala)

Oil Palm fiber reinforced Phenol Formaldehyde composites for high impact applications: Influence of fiber surface modifications on the mechanical performance

19.    

Vasudeva Award

Z. Oommen, S. Thomas(Award received by Z. Oommen)

Best Project on natural resources  (Investigators: Z. Oommen, S. Thomas)

20.    

Second Prize in the Technical seminar CRESMER 2000 held at Chennai

Bejoy Francis, S. Thomas (Award received by Mr. Bejoy Francis)

Epoxy resin/engineering thermoplastic blends

21.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 2001, Delhi for the best paper presentation in Engineering Science

Soney C. George, S. Thomas (Award received by Dr. Soney C. George)

Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through nylon-6/ ethylene propylene rubber blends: Relationship between phase morphology and transport characteristics

22.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 2003, Bangalore for the best paper presentation in Materials Science

Sobha V. Nair, S. Thomas (Award received by Mrs. Sobha V. Nair)

Influence of processing parameters in the phase morphology development of Nylon-6/PS blends

23.    

Young Scientist Award in Indian Science Congress, 2008, Calicut for the best paper presentation in epoxy rubber blends

Jesmy Jose, S. Thomas (Award received by Jesmy Jose)

Epoxy/ rubber blends

24.    

Academic excellence award 2009 from AKRSA, (M.G.University Unit).

Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai, S. Thomas. (Award received byJyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai,)

Thermal and mechanical properties of poly(acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)modified epoxy/amine systems.

25.    

The best presentation award, UGC contest for the best paper presentation, Mamo, Calicut,2007.

 

Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai, S. Thomas(Award received byJyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai)

Morphology and thermal properties of ABS modified Epoxy/DDS blends

26.    

Nominated for the Young Scientist Award, Govt of Kerala. India 2008 (Kerala Science Congress)

Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai, , S. Thomas (Award received byJyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai)

New binary and tertiary phase morphologies in ABS modified epoxy/DDS blends

 

27.    

Best poster award-Presented poster in Plast – India International Conference, New Delhi, 2009

Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai, S. Thomas (Award received byJyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai)

Complex phase separation in ABS modified epoxy/DDS blends generation of new micro and nano substructures.

28.    

Best poster award- International conference, ICMST October 29-31, 2010 Trivandrum (IIST).

Jyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai, S. Thomas (Award received byJyotishkumar Parameswaranpillai)

Thermal and mechanical properties of poly(acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)modified epoxy/amine systems.

29.    

Selected as an invited speaker for the “Polymer Conference for Young Researchers (PCYR-14)” held at CSIR-NIIST

Deepalekshmi Ponnamamma, S. Thomas (Award received byDeepalekshmi Ponnamamma)

Elastomer nanocomposites

 

30.    

Best poster award, International Conference on Membranes (ICM-2013)

Robin Augustine S. Thomas (Award received byRobin Augustine)

Tissue engineering

31.    

Best poster presentation at Second International Conference on Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and Application India- 2013

Robin Augustine S. Thomas (Award received byRobin Augustine)

Tissue engineering

32.    

Best Poster Presentation Award -International Conference on Advanced Nanocomposite for Construction Materials (ICNC-2013) 2013

Robin Augustine S. Thomas (Award received byRobin Augustine)

Tissue engineering

33.    

Best Paper Award,National Seminar On Advanced Polymer Materials(SCENTIA)

Runcy Wilson, S. Thomas (Award received byRuncy Wilson)

EVA/clay  nanocomposites

34.    

Best Poster Presentation Award,National Seminar on Recent Advances in Polymer Science and Technology-2012

Deepalekshmi Ponnamamma,S. Thomas (Award received byDeepalekshmi Ponnamamma)

Natural rubber/CNT nanocomposites

35.    

 Best Oral Presentation Award,National Conference on Nanostructured materials and Nanocomposites (NCNM) 2012

Deepalekshmi Ponnamamma, S. Thomas (Award received byDeepalekshmi Ponnamamma)

Natural rubber/CNT nanocomposites

36.    

Young researcher award, the international conference on ‘Functional Polymers 2011’

Cintil Jose, S. Thomas (Award received byCintil Jose)

“A cost effective approach for the development of cellulose nanowhiskers”

37.    

Best paper award, National Seminar on ‘Emerging Trends in Chemistry’  2012

Cintil Jose, S. Thomas (Award received byCintil Jose)

“Novel approach to the development of cellulose nanowhiskers from Isorafiber

38.    

Best oral presentation award -International Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (ICAPM-2013) National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha

Robin Augustine, S. Thomas (Award received by Robin Augustine)

Biomedical

39.    

Best poster award-Bioradiance 2014 (National level seminar), organized by the Pushpagiri Research Centre, Tiruvalla, Kerala

Robin Augustine, S. Thomas (Award received byRobin Augustine)

Biomedical

40.    

Best Oral Presentation – International Conference On Plasma Science And Nanotechnology, & 29th National Symposium On Plasma Science And Technology

Jemy James­, S. Thomas (Award received byJemy James­)

Plasma Science

 

41.    

Third prize for poster presentation,2nd International Conference on Nano Materials(ICNM)2014

Robin Augustine, S. Thomas (Award received byRobin Augustine)

Biomedical

42.    

Best Oral Presentation Award -National Seminar on Material Science and Modern Analytical Techniques on 26th&27th of  March 2014

Preetha Balakrishnan, S. Thomas (Award received byPreetha Balakrishnan,)

Fully  Biodegradable Potato Starch Composites: Effect Of Nano Fiber Reinforcement On Mechanical  And Water-Sorption Characteristics

43.    

Best Oral Presentation Award, National Seminar On Biopolymers And Green Composites (BPGC-14)

Dr.Praveen.G, S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Biomedical

44.    

Best Oral Presentation Award, National Seminar On Nanochemistry And Nanobiotechnology (Nanochembio-14)

Dr.Praveen.G , S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Biomedical

45.    

 EUPHRATES Erasmus Mundus scholarship by the European Union  from Institution: University of Maribor, Slovenia

Sreerag Gopi, S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Bionanocomposites

46.    

Best Paper Award – National Seminar on Nanostructured Materials (NSM2014)

Jiji Abraham , S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Elastomer nanocomposites

47.    

Best Paper Award,National Seminar On Advanced Polymer Materials(Hesperos 2015)

Jiji Abraham , S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

SBR/CNT nanocomposites

48.    

Best  Poster Prize International Conference On Holistic Medicine -ICHM 2015

Blessy Joseph, S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Cordyceps- a potent antidote for cancer

49.    

 Best Poster Presentation Award (Prof. D.M. Vasudevan Award),In Bioradiance-2015 ‘National Conference On Frontiers In Diabetic Research and Treatment’

Praveen.G , S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Biomedical

50.    

Best Oral Presentation Award, UGC Sponsored National Seminar On “Emerging Trends In Nanomaterials”

Praveen.G, S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Biomedical

51.    

Best poster award -Deakin India Research Initiative – International Symposium on Translational Research 2015

Aneesa .P, S. Thomas (Award received by Praveen.G)

Epoxy nanocomposites

 

52.    

Best paper award,28th Kerala Science Congress,2016

 

Praveen.G, S. Thomas (Award received byPraveen.G)

Biomedical Engineering

53.    

Best Poster  award, ICPPC,2016

Jiji Abraham , S. Thomas,(Award received by Jiji Abraham)

Rubber Nanocomposites

54.    

Best paper award,KETCON

 

Jiji Abraham, S. Thomas (Award received by Jiji Abraham)

Basic Engineering Track

55.    

Best paper award

Biomedical Engineering Track

Praveen G, (Award received byPraveen G,)

Biomedical Engineering

56.    

Best poster award

International Conference on Biomaterials For Tomorrow 2018

Avinash  Pai,S. Thomas (Award received by Avinash  Pai)

Nanocellulose

57.    

Best poster award (Recent Trends in Materials Science and Technology conducted by MRSI )

Remya Vasudevan, S. Thomas (Award received byRemya Vasudevan)

Epoxy nanocomposites

 

58.    

Best poster award –31stKerala Science Congress.

Avinash R Pai

Enginering and  Technology Section

Membership in Professional Bodies:

  • Member of American Chemical Society (Rubber Division)
  • Royal Society of Chemistry (Membership number: 473990)
  • Honorable member of IMTCE Loyalty Award Clubtyuis(Membership Number-IMTCE-LC-017)
  • Member of Indian Membrane Society
  • Member of Polymer Society of India
  • Member of Society of Disordered Materials
  • Member of Society of Polymer Technologists, University of Cochin
  • Member of Mahatma Gandhi University, Chemical Society
  • Fellow of New York Academy of Sciences, USA
  • Actively engaged in the People’s Science Movement for the Popularization of science to villages and rural areas
  • Director-Nanomedicine, Centre for Biomaterials, Cellular and Molecular Theranostics (CBCMT),VIT –Vellore
  • Quarterly Franklin Membership” (Membership ID#KI16599).London Journal of Research in Science: Natural and Formal (LJRS)
  • Fellow of International Academy of Physical Sciences (IAPS)
  • Foreign Fellow of the European Academy of Sciences (EurASc)

Collaborating Institutes:

  1. a) In India
  • Dept of Materials Engineering, Indian Institue of Science (IISc), Banglore
  • Rubber Research Institute of India, Kottayam, Kerala, India – 686 009
  • NIIST, Trivandrum, Kerala, India – 695 012
  • Central Power Research Institute, Bangalore, India – 56094
  • Vikram Sarabhai Space Research Centre, Trivandrum, India
  • Rubber Technology Centre, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India
  • Polymer Chemistry Division, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India
  • Sree Chitra Thirunal Institute of Medical Sciences and Technology, Trivandrum, Kerala, India
  • Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology, Guindy, Madras, India
  • of Polymer Science & Rubber Technology, Cochin University of Science & Technology, Cochin – 22, Kerala, India
  • Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, India
  • Laboratory of Condensed Matter Physics, Department of Physics, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India
  • Reliance Industries Limited, Maker Chambers IV, 3rd Floor, 222, Nariman Point, Bombay
  • Elastomers Technical Services, Madurai, India
  • High Polymer Engineering Division, Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India
  • Department of Chemistry, Karnatak University, Dharwar, Karnataka, India
  • Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India
  • Common Facility Service Centre, Industrial Estate, Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala, India
  • Department of Physics, University of Mysore, Mysore
  • MRF Tyres Ltd, Chennai
  • Apollo Tyres Ltd, Vadodara
  1. b) Abroad
  • Macromolecular Science & Engineering Research Centre, Laval University, Quebec, Canada GIK7P4. (Prof. Prud ’homme)
  • Kunststoffee/Verbundwerkstoffe, TU Hamburg-Harburg, AB 5-09, Denickestrabe 15, D-21073 Hamburg, Germany (Prof. V. Alstädt)
  • Technische Universitat Chemnitz, Polymerchemiie, Strabe der Nationen 62, 0911 Chemnitz, Germany (Prof. Steffan Spange)
  • Directeur de ENSCCF, 24 avenue des Lais, BP – 187 – 63174 Aubiere, Cedex, France (Prof. Jacques Lacoste)
  • Laboratory of Macromolecular Structure Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Katholieke University of Leuven, Belgium (Prof. Gabriel Groninckx)
  • Martin-Luther-Universitat Halle Witenberg, FB Physik, Fridemann-Bach Platz 6, 06108, Halle, Germany (Prof. Manfred Knorgen)
  • Prof. of Polymer Physics, University of Chemical Technology Metallurgy, 8, Kilment Ohridski Blvd., 1756 Sofia, Bulgaria (Dr. Christo Betchev)
  • Institute of Material Science & Technology, Martin-Luther-Universitat, Halle-Wittenberg, Postanschrift D-06099 Halle, Haussanschrift Geusaer Strabe, Germany (Prof. (Dr.) Ing. Hans-Joachim Radusch)
  • Institute of Composite Materials Ltd., University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Germany (Prof.(Dr.) Jozef Karger Kocsis)
  • Institute of Polymer Research, Hohe Strasse 6, D- 01069 Dresden, Germany (Prof. Manfred, Stamm, Dr. Jurgen Pionteck, Dr. Petra Poetschke Dr. Cornelia Bellman)
  • CNRS Lab, Laboratoire de Recherche surles, Polymers, UMR 7581- CNRS, 2-8 rue Henri Dunant, 94320 Thiais, Paris, France (Prof.(Dr.) Francoise Laupretre)
  • R&D, Du Pont, Wilmington, Delaware, USA (Dr. Joseph V. Kurian)
  • Institut des Matériaux de Rouen, faculté des sciences, BP12, 76801 Saint Etiennedurouvray, responsable de LECAP, équipe de l’UMR6522 Polymères-Biopolymères-Membrane, France (Prof. Jean Marc Saiter)
  • Laboratoire L2PIC, University of South Brittany, Rue Saint Maude, Lorient Cedex, France (Prof. Yves Grohens)
  • Polymers Nanotextures & Nanocomposites, Centre de Recherche sur la Matiere Divisee1B, rue de la Ferollerie, 45071 Orleans Cedex 2, France (Dr. Christophe Sinturel)
  • Beijing University of Chemical Technology International Exchanges and Cooperation Dept, Add. No.15 Beisanhuan East Road, Beijing 100029,P.R.China (Dr. Yang Weimin)
  • Thermal lab, UIT, University of Paris 12, Creteil Campus, France( Prof. Dr.Yves Candau and Prof. Dr. Abdel Boudenne)
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, CIT, Katholieke University of Leuven, Belgium (Prof. Paula Mouldnaers)
  • CNRS, Strasbourg, France, (Prof. Dr. Rene Muller)
  • Department of Chemistry, Walter Sisulu University, Mthatha, South Africa. ( Oluwatobi S Oluwafemi)
  • Department of Chemical Engineering, Katholieke University of Leuven, Belgium (Prof.Dr. Paula Moldnaers)
  • Jozef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia ( Prof. Miran, Prof. Dr. Uros Cvelbar)
  • General Cables, Indianapolis, USA (Dr. Vijay)
  • University Technology Mara (UiTM), Malaysia (Dr. Chan Chin Han)
  • Chemistry Institute, Federal University of Uberlandia−UFU, Av. João Naves de Ávila, 2121, Campus Santa Mônica, Bloco 1D, 38400-902, Uberlândia-MG, Brazil. (Prof. Daniel Pasquini)
  • Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro (UFTM), Av. Doutor Randolfo Borges, 1400, Secretaria do ICENE−SALA 109,Uberaba, MG, Brazil. ( Prof. Luis Carlos)
  • Université Cheikh Anta DIOP de Dakar ,Senegal, (Prof. Coumba Thiandoume and Prof Modou Fall)
  • Siberian Federal University,Russia (Prof.Tatiana Volova)
  • Institut Jean Lamour, Université de Lorraine(Prof Didier Rouxel)
  • IMT Mines Albi France (Prof Ange Nzihou)

 

Reviewer for International Refereed Journals:

 

ACS Journals:Macromolecules, Biomacromolecules,ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering,Langmuir, ACS Omega

 

RSC Journals: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, RSC Advances

 

Wiley Journals:Polymer Composites, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, Advances in Polymer Technology, Polymer Engineering & Science, Polymer International,

 

Elsevier Journals:Advanced Drug Delivery ReviewsApplied Surface Science
apt
: Advanced Powder Technology: Arabian Journal of Chemistry: Biomaterials: Biosensors and Bioelectronics: Bioresource Technology: Biotechnology Reports: CARBON: Carbohydrate Polymers: Ceramics International: Chemical Engineering Science: Applied Clay ScienceColloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects: Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces: Composites Part A: Composites Science and Technology: Egyptian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences: European Polymer Journal: Food and Chemical Toxicology t: Journal of Hazardous Materials: International Journal of Biological Macromolecules: International Journal of Pharmaceutics: Industrial Crops and Products: Biomass and Bioenergy: Journal of Colloid and Interface Science: Composites Part B: Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering: Materials and Design: Polymer: Journal of Saudi Chemical Society: Materials Chemistry and Physics;Membrane Science;Materials Letters;Materials Science and Engineering C; Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine; Polymer Degradation and Stability; Progress in Materials Science
Sensors & Actuators: A. Physical; Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemica: Surface and Coatings Technology

 

Springer Journal :  Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology;Fibers and Polymers; Cellulose; Polymer Bulletin; Archives of Physics Research;Emergent Materials; Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry; Journal of Polymers and the Environment; Colloid and Polymer Science; Macromolecular Research;International Journal of Plastics Technolog;Polymer Science, Series D;Polymer Bulletin;Journal of Polymer Research;Polymer Science, Series C;Fibers and Polymers;Iranian Polymer Journal;Colloid Journal;Polymer Science, Series B;Polymer Science, Series A; Polymer Science;Fibre Chemistry

 

IOP Publishing: Nanotechnology, Materials Research Express, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Measurement Science and Technology,

 

SAGE Journals:Journal of Industrial Textiles,

 

MDPI Publisher:Biosensors, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Materials, Polymers

Future Science Group:Nanomedicine,

Scientific Research Publishing

 

 

Academic Referee for Universities and Funding Agencies:

  • University of Sains, Malaysia
  • University of Calcutta, Calcutta, India
  • University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India
  • DST, India
  • DBT, India
  • CSIR, India
  • NRF, South Africa
  • REPRISE,Italian Ministry of Education
  • Polish Academy of Sciences
  • DST/NSF
  • Slovenian Research Agency (ARRS)
  • Pole of Innovation Grant Scheme,Mauritius

 

Editorial Board Memberships

  • SM Journal of Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine
  • Nano Advances
  • Materials Science and Engineering (Editorial Key Reviewers Committee)
  • International Journal Of Advances In Engineering Research
  • World Journal of Biotechnology
  • Journal of Emerging Materials Technology
  • Associate Editor, Bulletin of Materials Science
  • Regional Editor – “Current Smart Materials”
  • Editor in-Chief of Editorial Board-International Journal of Science World (IJSW)
  • Editorial Member -Flat Chem, Elsevier
  • International Advisory Board (IAB) for the Springer Nature, Book Series  “Gels Horizons: From Science to Smart Materials”
  • Editorial Review Board Member – International Journal of Surface Engineering and Interdisciplinary Materials Science
  • Editorial Member –Journal of Molecular and Applied Bioanalysis
  • Editorfor the Journal “Nano-Structures & Nano-Objects”.Elsevier /Global STM Journals
  • Editorial Board Member for the “Journal of Powder Metallurgy &Mining”
  • Editorial Board Member for the Acta Materialia Turcica (ActaMAT)
  • Editorial Board Member for- SciFed Journal of Petroleum
  • Co-Editor-in-Chief ,International journal, ’Functional Composites and Structures’, Korean Society of Composite Materials (KSCM)
  • Editorial Board Member  Advances in Higher Education,Director of Editorial Office,Universe Scientific Publishing
  • Editorial board Member – Nigerian Journal of Materials Science and Engineering.
  • Editorial Advisory Board member. ACS Macromolecules
  • Editorial/Reviewer Board Member- JSM Clinical Research in HIV and AIDS
  • Senior Editor Advanced Applied Materials, Sweden
  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Traditional Medicine & Clinical Naturopathy
  • EditorialBoard Member,International Journal of Nanoparticles & Nanotechnology
  • EditorialBoard Members,Journal of Materials Science
  • Editorial Board of Journal of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science
  • Associate EditorialBoard member in our Cohesive Journal of microbiology & infectious disease (ITERM)
  • Editorial Board of ASTM’s Journal of Materials Performance and
    Characterization (MPC)
  • International Journal of Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine Research of Clyto Online Publishing Inc
  • Editor-in-Chief -Asian Journal of Nanoscience and Materials
  • Editorial Board – Emergent Materials, Springer

Conferences Organised (2005-2019)

 

  • First International Conference on Polymer Blends and Composites,ICBC-2005,March 21-23 ,51, 2005.School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA

 

  • International Conference on Natural polymers-2007,ICNP-2007,November 19-21, 2007, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA

 

  • International Conference on Advanced Materials-2008, ICAM-2008,School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, KeralaINDIA

 

  • Second International Conference on Polymer Blends and Composites-2008,ICBC-2008, September 22-24, 2008, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • International Conference on Nano Materials -2009ICNM-2009April 6-8,2009, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • National Workshop on Synthesis and Applications of Nanometarials-2010, NWNM-2010, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,12-14 January 2010)Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First international Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Nanocomposites (ICNM 2009) April 6-8, 2009.Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First International Conference on Nanomaterials (ICN 2010) April 27-29, 2010.Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second International Conference on Polymer Processing and Characterization (ICPPC – 2010) January 15, 16 and 17, 2010,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • International Conference on Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (ICN 2010) held on April 27-29, 2010,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First International Conference on Composites and Nanocomposites (ICNC 2011): January 7, 8 and 9, 2011, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second International Conference on Recycling and Reuse of Materials (ICRM 2011) 5-7 August 2011, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First International Conference on Plasma Processing of Organic Materials and Polymers (PPOMP 2011) 25-27 November 2011,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Third International Multicomponent Polymer Conference (IMPC 2012) 23-25 March 2012,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • The First Indo-US International Conference on Polymers for Packaging Applications (ICPPA 2012), 31st March – 2nd April 2012,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second International Conference on Nanomaterials – Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (ICN – 2012) 13-15, January 2012,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Third International Conference on Natural Polymers (ICNP 2012) 26-28 October 2012,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • The India-Israel Meeting On Material science And Nanoscience, (Iimmn-2013) , 31st January to 1st February 2013,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First International Conference on Advanced Nanocomposites for Construction Materials (ICNC 2013) 12-14 March 2013,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Third Euro-India International Conference on Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering (ICNT 2013) 9-11 August 2013,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Seminar on Polymers and Environment, 4th September 2013,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • International Conference on Advanced polymeric materials (ICAPM 2013) 11-13 October 2013,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Third International Conference on Recycling and Reuse of Materials (ICRM 2014) held on 11-13 April 2014Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First World Conference on Fracture and Damage Mechanics (FRACTURE 2014) 9-11 August 2014Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Third International Conference on Polymer Processing and Characterization (ICPPC 2014) 11-13 October 2014,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • 29th National Symposium on Plasma Science & Technology (PLASMA 2014) 8-11 December 2014,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second International Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Nanocomposites (ICNM 2014) 19-21 December 2014,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fourth International Conference on Natural Polymers and Biomaterials (ICNP 2015) 10-12 April 2015,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • World Congress on Microscopy (WCM 2015) 9-11 October 2015,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA

 

  • International Conference on Nanostructured Polymeric Materials and Polymer Nanocomposites (ICNPM 2015) 13-15 November 2015,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • First International Conference on Advanced Materials for Power Engineering (ICAMPE 2015) 11-13 December 2015,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • International conference on Macromolecules: Synthesis, Morphology, Processing, Structure, Properties and Applications (ICM-2016) 13-15 May 2016,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fourth International Conference on Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering (ICNT 2016) 12-14 August 2016,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second International Conference Advanced Materials for Power Engineering (ICAMPE 2016) 11-13 November 2016,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fourth International Conference on Polymer Processing and Characterization (ICPPC 2016) 9-11 December 2016,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fourth International Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Nanocomposites (ICNM 2017) 10-12 February 2017),Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second International Conference on Advanced Polymeric Materials (ICAPM 2017) 7-9 April 2017,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Euro-India International Conference on Experimental and Clinical Medicine (ICECM- 2017) on 10-12 November, 2017,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • International Conference on Molecular Spectroscopy (ICMS 2017) to be held on 8, 9 & 10 December 2017,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fourth International Conference on Reuse and Recycling of Materials (Polymers, Wood, Paper, Leather, Glass, Metals, Ceramics, Semi Conductors, Water etc) and their products (ICRM – 2018) 9-11 March 2018,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • International Conference on Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (ICN 2018) to be held on 11, 12 and 13 May 2018,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Second World Congress on Microscopy: Instrumentation, Techniques and Applications in Life Sciences and Materials Sciences (WCM-2018): 10-12 August 2018,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fifth International Conference on Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering (ICNT 2018) 12-14 October 2018, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Sixth International Conference on Natural Polymers, Bio-Polymers, Bio-Materials, their Composites, Nanocomposites, Blends, IPNs, Polyelectrolytes and Gels: Macro to Nano Scales (ICNP – 2018) 7-9 December 2018,Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala INDIA(Convener)

 

  • Fourth International Conference on Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (ICN 2019) on 12, 13 and 14 April 2019 at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India.(Convener)

 

  • Nano India Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala on April 26 & 27th, 2019(CO- PATRON)

 

  • International Workshop & Conference on Nutraceuticals, Herbals Supplements and Nano Formulations (ICNH-2019) on 13-15 September, 2019(Chairman)

 

  • Third International Conference on Advanced Materials (ICAM 2019) at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India on 9-11 August 2019 (Chairman)

 

  • Fifth International Conference on Polymer Processing and Characterization (ICPPC 2019) on 11, 12 and 13 October 2019 at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India.(Chairman)

 

  • International Conference on  Natural Polymers, Bio-Polymers, Bio-Materials, their Composites, Nanocomposites, Blends, IPNs, Polyelectrolytes and Gels: Macro to Nano Scales (ICNP – 2019) 6- 8 December 2019 at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India(Chairman)

 

  • International Conference on Liquid Crystals, Liquid Crystalline Polymers and Nanosystems: From Macro to Nano Length Scales (ICLCP 2019) on 13, 14 and 15 December 2019 at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India(Chairman & Convenor )

 

 

Chair &Organizing Committee Member Internationaland National conferences -2019

 

  • Organizing Committee Member – International Conferences and Exhibitions on Pharmaceutics & Novel Drug Delivery systems,”International Conference and Exhibition on Pharmaceutics and Novel Drug Delivery Systems”. Pharma Conferences to be held on September 09-10, 2019 at Osaka, Japan

 

  • Co–Chair of International Symposium on Polymers and their Application for Sustainable Development and a Member of the International Committee.To be held 23-27 October 2019, Coral Beach Resort, Paphos, Cyprus

 

Outstanding Contributions of Prof.Thomas and Group

 

  • Dynamics of phase separation in nano scale polymer blends

The dynamics of phase separation of the epoxy based nano scale  blends was investigated by high resolution scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and time-resolved light scattering.  The morphologies of the blends showed a wide spectrum of new structures ranging from dispersed to co-continuous type, exhibiting irregular shapes In most cases, the time-resolved light scattering results display clearly that the phase separation takes place according to a spinodal decomposition mechanism and the evolution of scattering vector qm corresponding to epoxy droplets follows a Maxwell-type relaxation equation.  However, very complex phase separation process was also seen certain blend compositions involving both nucleation and growth and spinodal decomposition. The temperature-dependent relaxation time τ obtained for these blends can be described by the Williams−Landel−Ferry equation. It demonstrates experimentally that the coarsening processes of epoxy droplets and the final morphologies obtained in these thermoplastic−epoxy systems are affected by viscoelastic behavior

  • Development of high-performance polymer nanocomposites

In the area of polymer nanocomposites, Prof.Thomas’s  group synthesized several nanofillers and fabricated high-performancenanocomposites based on natural rubber, PS, EVA, NR and epoxy resin. The morphology, mechanical properties, rheology and failure properties of these composites have been carefully analyzed

  • Processability-morphology-property relationship in nanostructured polymer blends and nanocomposites

Processability- structure- morphology-  characteristics of a large number of nano scale polymer blends and nanocomposites have been established.  .

  • Development of nano-scale fiber reinforced green polymer composites

Cost effective and eco-friendly composite materials have been developed from nano cellulose nano chitin and nano starch based on several polymers. Fundamental investigations have been performed on fiber-matrix interface adhesion, mechanical properties, and viscoelastic behavior.  A new method has been proposed for the estimation of fiber-matrix interface adhesion by analyzing the kinetics of transport of solvents through the composite samples.

  • Design of nano scale polymeric membranes for transport and selective separation

In the area of diffusion and transport, Dr. Thomas has developed several cost effective and trouble free nanocomposite  membranes as well as polymer blend membranes for the restricted transport of solvents, vapours, gases and for the selective separation of liquid mixtures. Jointly with Apollo tyres, the group of Prof. Thomas invented new inner liners and inner tubes for auto tyres.

  • Development of nano-scale interpenetrating polymer systems

Prof.Thomas group could do excellent work on the preparation and processing of interpenetrating polymer networks from natural rubber/PS, NR/PMMA and SBR/PMMA.  The cross-linked rubber was swollen in styrene or PMMA first, followed by polymerization and crosslinking .

  • Dual porous polymer nano-scale scaffolds for tissue engineering

Very recently electrospinning has been made use of for the development of dual porous new bio-degradable polymer nanocomposites scaffolds for tissue engineering.  Biodegradable polymers such as PLA, PHB and polyesters were used for this purpose.  Nanofillers such as clay, carbon nanotube are being used.

  • Micro and nano fibrillar polymer nano composites from waste plastics

The group of Prof. Thomas  developed a new class of microfibrillar polymer composites from PP/PBT and nylon12/PP blends. Morphology, mechanics, crystallization, dynamic viscoelastic properties have been analyzed as a function of temperature, draw ratio and blends composition.

  • Development of a new green adsorbent material from cellulose nanofibers for water

A new high performance adsorbent material has been developed  for the adsorption of positively charged crystal violet dyes from CNFs via a nonsolvent- assisted methodology using Meldrum’s acid as an esterification agent. It is also demonstrated that the Meldrum’s modified cellulose nanofiber-based PVDF nanofibrous membrane can be successfully used to remove the crystal violet dyes and Fe2O3 nanoparticles (with the rejection of over 99%) from the water.

  • Self assembled nano scale hybrid filler system for reinforcing polymer systems

Surface modified hybrid nano-scale fillers were used for the reinforcement of many polymer system where the functional groups present at the filler surface self assemble to form three dimensional  net work structure in the polymer system leading to dramatic improvement in the mechanical properties.

  • Interpenetrating polymer systems

We could do excellent work on the preparation and processing of interpenetrating polymer networks from natural rubber and PS. The cross-linked rubber was swollen in styrene first, followed by polymerization and crosslinking

  • Recycling and reuse of waste rubbers

In the area of recycling, we have developed a cost –effective technique for the recycling of cross-linked waste rubbers  (prophylactics) obtained from the latex industries

  • Synthesis of new accelerators and their use in rubber vulcanization

A series of accelerators based on 1-phenyl-2, 4-dithiol biuret has been synthesized and their effect on vulcanization has been studied. These accelerators act as anexcellent binary system for the vulcanization of rubbers

 

 

Patents Granted:

  1. Fibre reinforced composites with toughened epoxy matrix and a process for preparing the same, Application 940/CHE/2006, published 2007-12-07. Vattikuti Lakshmana Rao, Bejoy Francis, Rajagopal Ramaswamy, Kavoor Ninan Ninan, Sabu Thomas. (Granted)
  2. Highly Gas Impermeable Elastomeric Rubber-Rubber Blend Nanocomposites, Patent No. : 317124, Application No. : 135/CHE/2012, Sabu Thomas, Ajesh K. Zachariah, P.K. Mohammad, Arup Kumar Chandra.(Granted)

Patents Filed:

  1. Highly gas impermeable elastomeric rubber- rubber blend nanocomposite, Indian Patent Application No: 135/CHE/2012, Sabu Thomas, Ajesh K. Zachariah, P.K. Mohammad, Arup Kumar Chandra.

 

  1. A polymer Nanocomposite,  Process, And Application there-of ,WIPOPublication number: WO2016142848 A1, Publication date: Sep 15, 2016, and Indian patent Application No:  638/DEL/2015 Mohammed Arif P, Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal 

 

  1. Biodegradable, Biocompatible Wound Healing Dressing Film and ointment from the Biocomposite of Marine Origin, Indian Patent application: 840/DEL/2013,  M. Kurup, and Sabu Thomas.

 

  1. Method for improving the comparative tracking index of polymer composites, Indian patent Application No:4239/CHE/2014,Harinarayanan Puliyalil, Uros Cvelbar,Miran Mozetic, Sabu Thomas.
  1. New Poly(trimethyleneterephthalate) basednanocomposite formulation for EMI Shielding;Patent ApplicationNo:201841003767Aswathi M.K, AjithaA.R , Dr. SabuThomas, Dr.NandakumarKalarikkal, M.Padmanabhan,Lovely P. Mathew

 

  1. MWCNTs reinforced polymer blend nanocompositenof Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) and Polypropylene for EMI shielding application; Patent ApplicationNo:201841003768Ajitha A R, AswathiM K, Dr. SabuThomas, Dr.NandakumarKalarikkal, LovelyMathew P,Geethamma V G
  2. Filler localization in rubberblends for tyre applications; Patent Application No: 201841040330;Dr. Sabu Thomas, Abitha V K
  3. Invention of High Performance EMI Shielding Coating From Low Cost Carbon Black with XLPE;Patent Application No: 201841040343;Apparao Gudimalla, Jince Thomas, Dr.Sabu Thomas, Dr.Nandakumar Kalarrickal, Zakiah Ahmad
  4. Nano Cellulose based EMI shields preparation and thereof ;.; Patent Application No: 201841040344;Deepu A Gopakumar, Avinash R Pai, Dr. NandakumarKalarikk al and Dr. Sabu Thomas
  5. Flexible polymer nanocomposites for EMI Shielding;Patent Application No: 201841040348;Dr. Sabu Thomas, Agna Joy, Hanna J Maria
  6. Designing of Superior Nanodielectric XLPE/Al 2 O Nanocomposite; Prof. Dr. Sabu Thomas Dr. Josmin P. Jose; Patent Application No: 201841040356
  7. Solid one dimensional conducting polymer fibers using electrospinning ;Dr. Sanal Sebastian Payyappilly, JayeshCherusseri, Prof. Sabu Thomas, Dr. NandakumarKalarikk al;Patent Application No: 201841040346
  8. High K-dielectric modified Multi-walled Carbon nanotube/Poly Vinyl Chloride nanocomposites based on for temperature sensor applications ; Patent Application No: 201841040345;Elizabeth Francis, Dr.Sabu Thomas,Kim Jaehwan;
  9. Phytochemicals incorporated Dendrimer systems for anticancer drug delivery applications, Patent Application No: 201841040349;Sabu Thomas, Mereena Luke
  10. A Sustainable water purification system based on coir fiber coupled with UV treatment; Patent Application No: 201841040341t Meldin Mathew,Deepu A Gopakumar, Sayju Karim Andani, Dr.Sabu Thomas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books (http://www.sabuthomas.com/books/)

Elsevier

1.      

 

Polymer Nanocomposite Membranes for Pervaporation

by Sabu Thomas (Editor),Soney C George (Editor) Thomasukutty Jose (Editor)

Expected publication: March 15th 2020 by Elsevier

ISBN

0128167858 (ISBN13: 9780128167854)

2.      

 

 

Interfaces in Particle and Fibre Reinforced Composites

1st Edition

Current perspectives on polymer, ceramic, metal and extracellular matrices

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Editors: Kheng Lim Goh Sabu Thomas Rangika Thilan De Silva Aswathi M

3.      

 

Nanostructured Polymer Blends

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Robert Shanks Sarath Chandran

Hardcover ISBN: 9781455731596

4.      

 

Organic Farming: New Advances Towards Sustainable Agricultural SystemsC. Sarath Chandran, Sabu Thomas, et al.

5.      

 

Nanomaterials for Solar Cell Applications

Editors: Sabu Thomas El Hadji Mamour Sakho Nandakumar Kalarikkal Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi Jihuai Wu

 

6.      

 

Carbon Based Nanofillers and Their Rubber Nanocomposites

1st Edition

Fundamentals and ApplicationsEditors: Srinivasarao Yaragalla Sabu Thomas Nandakumar Kalarikkal Hanna Maria Raghavendra Kumar Mishra

Paperback ISBN: 9780128173428

Imprint: Elsevier

Published Date: 1st February 2019https://www.elsevier.com/books/carbon-based-nanofillers-and-their-rubber-nanocomposites/yaragalla/978-0-12-817342-8

 

7.      

 

Nanoscale Materials in Water Purification

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Daniel Pasiquini Shao-Yuan Leu Deepu Gopakumar

Paperback ISBN: 9780128139264;Imprint: Elsevier;Published Date: 5th November 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/nanoscale-materials-in-water-purification/thomas/978-0-12-813926-4

8.      

 

Layered Double Hydroxide Polymer Nanocomposites

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Saju Daniel

Paperback ISBN: 9780081022610;Imprint: Woodhead Publishing

Published Date: 1st March 2019

https://www.elsevier.com/books/layered-double-hydroxide-polymer-nanocomposites/thomas/978-0-08-101903-0

9.      

 

Colloidal Metal Oxide Nanoparticles

1st Edition

Synthesis, Characterization and Application

Series Volume Editors: Sabu Thomas Anu Tresa Sunny Prajitha V

Paperback ISBN: 9780128133576;Imprint: Elsevier;Published Date: 1st March 2019https://www.elsevier.com/books/colloidal-metal-oxide-nanoparticles/thomas/978-0-12-813357-6

 

10.   

 

Hydraulic Rubber Dam

1st Edition

An Effective Water Management Technology

Authors: Sabu Thomas Ajay Vasudeo Rane Abitha VK Krishnan Kanny Aastha Dutta

Hardcover ISBN: 9780128122105;Imprint: William Andrew

Published Date: 1st December 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/hydraulic-rubber-dam/thomas/978-0-12-812210-5

11.   

 

Non-Thermal Plasma Technology for Polymeric Materials

1st Edition

Applications in Composites, Nanostructured Materials, and Biomedical Fields

Editors: Sabu Thomas Miran Mozetic Uros Cvelbar Petr Spatenka K.M. Praveen

Paperback ISBN: 9780128131527

Imprint: Elsevier;Published Date: 15th October 2018

Page Count: 488

https://www.elsevier.com/books/non-thermal-plasma-technology-for-polymeric-materials/thomas/978-0-12-813152-7

12.   

 

Recycling of Polyethylene Terephthalate Bottles

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Ajay Vasudeo Rane Krishnan Kanny Abitha VK Martin George Thomas

Hardcover ISBN: 9780128113615Imprint: William Andrew

Published Date: 5th October 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/recycling-of-polyethylene-terephthalate-bottles/thomas/978-0-12-811361-5

13.   

 

Organic Farming

1st Edition

Global Perspectives and Methods

Editors: Sarath Chandran Unni M.R Sabu Thomas

Paperback ISBN: 9780128132722

Imprint: Woodhead Publishing

Published Date: 1st October 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/organic-farming/chandran/978-0-12-813272-2

14.   

 

Nanocarriers for Drug Delivery

1st Edition

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery

Editors: Shyam Mohapatra Shivendu Ranjan Nandita Dasgupta Raghvendra MishraSabu Thomas

Paperback ISBN: 9780128140338

Imprint: Elsevier;Published Date: 28th September 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/nanocarriers-for-drug-delivery/mohapatra/978-0-12-814033-8

15.   

 

Applications of Targeted Nano Drugs and Delivery Systems

1st Edition

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery

Editors: Shyam Mohapatra Shivendu Ranjan Nandita Dasgupta Raghvendra MishraSabu Thomas

Paperback ISBN: 9780128140291;Imprint: Elsevier;Published Date: 28th September 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/applications-of-targeted-nanodrugs-and-delivery-systems/mohapatra/978-0-12-814029-1

 

16.   

 

Characterization and Biology of Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery

1st Edition

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery

Editors: Shyam Mohapatra Shivendu Ranjan Nandita Dasgupta Raghvendra MishraSabu Thomas

Paperback ISBN: 9780128140314Imprint: Elsevier

Published Date: 28th September 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/characterization-and-biology-of-nanomaterials-for-drug-delivery/mohapatra/978-0-12-814031-4

 

17.   

 

Fundamental Biomaterials: Metals

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Preetha Balakrishnan M.S. Sreekala

eBook ISBN: 9780081022061

Paperback ISBN: 9780081022054

Imprint: Woodhead Publishing

Published Date: 25th July 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/fundamental-biomaterials-metals/thomas/978-0-08-102205-4

 

18.   

 

Carbon Based Nanofillers and Their Rubber Nanocomposites

1st Edition

Carbon Nano-Objects

Editors: Srinivasarao Yaragalla Sabu Thomas Nandakumar Kalarikkal Hanna MariaRaghavendra Kumar Mishra

Paperback ISBN: 9780128132487

Imprint: Elsevier

Published Date: 1st November 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/carbon-based-nanofillers-and-their-rubber-nanocomposites/yaragalla/978-0-12-813248

 

19.   

 

Perovskite Photovoltaics

1st Edition

Basic to Advanced Concepts and Implementation

Editors: Aparna Thankappan Sabu Thomas

eBook ISBN: 9780128129166

Paperback ISBN: 9780128129159

Imprint: Academic Press

Published Date: 22nd June 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/perovskite-photovoltaics/thankappan/978-0-12-812915-9

 

20.   

 

Synthesis of Inorganic Nanomaterials

1st Edition

Advances and Key Technologies

Editors: Sneha Mohan Bhagyaraj Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Sabu Thomas

eBook ISBN: 9780081019764;Paperback ISBN: 9780081019757;Imprint: Woodhead Publishing

Published Date: 22nd June 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/synthesis-of-inorganic-nanomaterials/mohan-bhagyaraj/978-0-08-101975-7

21.   

 

Applications of Nanomaterials

1st Edition

Advances and Key Technologies

Editors: Sneha Mohan Bhagyaraj Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Sabu Thomas

eBook ISBN: 9780081019726,Paperback ISBN: 9780081019719,Imprint: Woodhead Publishing,Published Date: 22nd June 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/applications-of-nanomaterials/unknown/978-0-08-101971-9

 

22.   

 

Characterization of Nanomaterials

1st EditionAdvances and Key Technologies;

Editors: Sneha Mohan Bhagyaraj Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi Nandakumar KalarikkalSabu Thomas

eBook ISBN: 9780081019740,Paperback ISBN: 9780081019733,Imprint: Woodhead Publishing, Published Date: 20th June 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/characterization-of-nanomaterials/mohan-bhagyaraj/978-0-08-101973-3

23.   

 

Recycling of Polyurethane Foams

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Ajay Vasudeo Rane Krishnan Kanny Abitha VK Martin George Thomas

eBook ISBN: 9780323511346;Hardcover ISBN: 9780323511339;Imprint: William Andrew;Published Date: 7th June 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/recycling-of-polyurethane-foams/thomas/978-0-323-51133-9

24.   

 

Fundamental Biomaterials: Polymers

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Preetha Balakrishnan M.S. Sreekala

eBook ISBN: 9780081021958Paperback ISBN: 9780081021941Imprint: Woodhead Publishing;Published Date: 22nd March 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/fundamental-biomaterials-polymers/thomas/978-0-08-102194-1

25.   

 

Fundamental Biomaterials: Ceramics

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Preetha Balakrishnan M.S. Sreekala

eBook ISBN: 9780081022047Paperback ISBN: 9780081022030,Imprint: Woodhead Publishing,Published Date: 20th February 2018

https://www.elsevier.com/books/fundamental-biomaterials-ceramics/thomas/978-0-08-102203-0

26.   

 

Transport Properties of Polymeric Membranes

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Wilson Runcy Anil Kumar S Soney George

eBook ISBN: 9780128098851

Paperback ISBN: 9780128098844

Imprint: Elsevier

Published Date: 13th November 2017

https://www.elsevier.com/books/transport-properties-of-polymeric-membranes/thomas/978-0-12-809884-4

27.   

 

Crystallization in Multiphase Polymer Systems

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Mohammed Arif P. E. Bhoje Gowd Nandakumar Kalarikkal

ISBN: 9780128094310;Paperback;ISBN: 9780128094532;Imprint: Elsevier;Published Date: 20th September 2017

https://www.elsevier.com/books/crystallization-in-multiphase-polymer-systems/thomas/978-0-12-809453-2

28.   

 

Composites (MFCs and NFCs) from Polymer Blends

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Raghvendra Mishra Nandakumar Kalarikkal

eBook ISBN: 9780081019924’Paperback ISBN: 9780081019917Imprint: Woodhead Publishing’Published Date: 16th June 2017

https://www.elsevier.com/books/micro-and-nano-fibrillar-composites-mfcs-and-nfcs-from-polymer-blends/thomas/978-0-08-101991-7

29.   

 

Clay-Polymer Nanocomposites

Book by Khouloud Jlassi, Mohamed M. Chehimi, and Sabu Thomas

 

30.   

 

Thermal and Rheological Measurement Techniques for Nanomaterials Characterization
Edition: 1st Edition ;First Published: 2017 ,Print: 978-0-323-46139-9

Editors: Sabu Thomas Raju Thomas Ajesh https://www.elsevier.com/books/thermal-and-rheological-measurement-techniques-for-nanomaterials-characterization/thomas/978-0-323-46139-9Zachariah Raghvendra Mishra

31.   

 

Microscopy Methods in Nanomaterials Characterization
Edition: 1st Edition ,First Published: 2017 ,Print: 978-0-323-46141-2

Editors: Sabu Thomas Raju Thomas Ajesh Zachariah Raghvendra Mishrahttps://www.elsevier.com/books/microscopy-methods-in-nanomaterials-characterization/thomas/978-0-323-46141-2

32.   

 

Spectroscopic Methods for Nanomaterials Characterization

Product Type: Book 
Edition: 1st Edition ,First Published: 2017 ,Print: 978-0-323-46140-5

Editors: Sabu Thomas Raju Thomas Ajesh Zachariah Raghvendra Mishrahttps://www.elsevier.com/books/spectroscopic-methods-for-nanomaterials-characterization/thomas/978-0-323-46140-5

33.   

 

Polyurethane Polymers

Composites and Nanocomposites

Editors: Sabu Thomas Januscz Datta, Haponiuk Jozef, Arunima R
Edition: 1st Edition 
First Published: 2017 
Print: 978-0-12-804065-2

https://www.elsevier.com/books/polyurethane-polymers/thomas/978-0-12-804065-2

34.   

 

Polyurethane Polymers
Edition: 1st Edition 
First Published: 2017 ;Print: 978-0-12-804039-3;Blends and Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

Editors: Sabu Thomas Januscz Datta Haponiuk Jozef Arunima R

https://www.elsevier.com/books/polyurethane-polymers/thomas/978-0-12-804039-3

35.   

 

Progress in Rubber Nanocomposites

Editors: Sabu Thomas, Hanna Maria
Edition: 1st Edition ;First Published: 2016 ;Print: 978-0-08-100409-8 eBook: 978-0-08-100428-9

https://www.elsevier.com/books/progress-in-rubber-nanocomposites/thomas/978-0-08-100409-8

36.   

 

Spectroscopy of Polymer Nanocomposites

Editors: Sabu Thomas Didier Rouxel Deepalekshmi Ponnamma

Edition: 1st Edition 
First Published: 2016 ,Print: 978-0-323-40183-8 ,eBook: 978-0-323-41391-6

https://www.elsevier.com/books/spectroscopy-of-polymer-nanocomposites/thomas/978-0-323-40183-8

37.   

 

Printing on Polymers

Authors: Joanna Izdebska, Sabu Thomas
Edition: 1st Edition ,First Published: 2015 ,Print: 978-0-323-37468-2 ,eBook: 978-0-323-37500-9

https://www.elsevier.com/books/printing-on-polymers/izdebska/978-0-323-37468-2

37

 

 

Advances in Polymer Processing

1st Edition

From Macro- To Nano- Scales

Editors: S Thomas Weimin Yang

Hardcover ISBN: 9781845693961

eBook ISBN: 9781845696429

38

 

 

Design and Applications of Nanostructured Polymer Blends and Nanocomposite Systems

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Robert Shanks Sarath Chandran

Hardcover ISBN: 9780323394086

eBook ISBN: 9780323394543

Published Date: 23rd September 2015

39

 

 

Nanotechnology Applications for Tissue Engineering

1st Edition

Editors: Sabu Thomas Yves Grohens Neethu Ninan

Hardcover ISBN: 9780323328890

eBook ISBN: 9780323353038

Imprint: William Andrew

Published Date: 8th January 2015

CRC PRESS/Apple Academy

38.   

 

Modern Physical Chemistry: Engineering Models, Materials, and Methods with Applications

1st Edition

 

Reza K. Haghi, Emili Besalu, Maciej Jaroszewski, Sabu Thomas, Praveen K.M.

39.   

 

Engineering Technologies for Renewable and Recyclable Materials: Physical-Chemical Properties and Functional Aspects

1st Edition

Jithin Joy, Maciej Jaroszewski, Praveen K.M., Sabu Thomas, Reza Haghi

40.   

 

Physical Chemistry for Engineering and Applied Sciences: Theoretical and Methodological Implications

1st Edition

A. K. Haghi, Cristobal Noe Aguilar Gonzalez, Sabu Thomas, Praveen K. M

41.   

 

Polymers and Multicomponent Polymeric Systems: Thermal, Thermo-Mechanical and Dielectric Analysis

1st Edition

Jose James, Pramoda Kumari Pallathadka, Sabu Thomas

42.   

 

Processing and Characterization of Multicomponent Polymer Systems: New Insights

Jose James, Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Yang Weimin, Kaushik Pal

Apple Academic Press

Published April 3, 2019

43.   

 

Nanotechnology-Driven Engineered Materials: New Insights

Sabu Thomas, Yves Grohens, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi, Praveen K.M.

Apple Academic Press

Published September 24, 2018

44.   

 

 

Functionalized Engineering Materials and Their Applications Hardcover

by Sabu Thomas (Editor), Nandakumar Kalarikkal (Editor), Pious C. V. (Editor), Zakiah Ahmad (Editor),

45.   

 

Applied Physical Chemistry with Multidisciplinary Approaches Innovations in Physical Chemistry

Editors            A. K. Haghi, Devrim Balköse, Sabu Thomas

Publisher CRC Press, 2018, ISBN-135168888X, 9781351688888

46.   

 

Title    Holistic Healthcare, Volume 2

AuthorsAnne George, Snigdha S. Babu, Ajithkumar M. P, Sabu Thomas

Edition            illustrated

Publisher         Apple Academic Press, Incorporated, 2018

ISBN   177188715X, 9781771887151

Length 305 pages

47.   

 

Title    Nanoparticles in Polymer Systems for Biomedical Applications

Editors            Jince Thomas, Sabu Thomas, Jiya Jose, Nandakumar Kalarikkal

Publisher         Apple Academic Press, Incorporated, 2018

ISBN   1771887036, 9781771887038

 

48.   

 

Theoretical Models and Experimental Approaches in Physical Chemistry
Research Methodology and Practical Methods
Editors: A. K. Haghi, PhD, Sabu Thomas, PhD,Praveen K. M., Avinash R. Pai

Pub Date: August 2018;Hardback Price: see ordering info ;Hard ISBN: 9781771886321
E-Book ISBN: 9781315102634;Series: Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series

49.   

 

Holistic Approaches to Infectious Diseases
Editors: Anne George;Joshy K. S;Mathew Sebastian, MD;Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi, PhD
Sabu Thomas, PhD

Pub Date: July 2016;Hardback Price: see ordering info ;Hard ISBN: 9781771883122;E-Book ISBN: 9781771883139;Pages: 316pp w inde

50.   

 

Processing and Characterization of Multicomponent Polymer Systems
Editors: Jose James; Sabu Thomas, PhD; Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD
Pub Date: December 2018;Hardback Price: $159.95 US 
Hard ISBN: 9781771887243; Pages: Approx 346p w/Index

51.   

 

Advanced Polymeric Materials for Sustainability and Innovations
Editors: Sajith Thottathil, MTech;Sabu Thomas, PhD;Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD
; Didier Rouxel, PhD
Pub Date: August 2018;Hardback Price: see ordering info ;Hard ISBN: 9781771886338;E-Book ISBN: 9781315102436;Pages: Approx 370p w/Index

52.   

 

Modern Physical Chemistry
Engineering Models, Materials, and Methods with Applications
Editors: Reza Haghi, PhD; Emili Besalú, PhD; Maciej Jaroszewski, PhD; Sabu Thomas, PhD
Praveen K. M.

Pub Date: September 2018; Hard ISBN: 9781771886437;E-Book ISBN: 9781315143118
Pages: 512pp w/Index; Binding Type: hardback
Series: Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series

53.   

 

Polymeric and Nanostructured Materials
Synthesis, Properties, and Advanced Applications
Editors: Aparna Thankappan, PhD;Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD;Sabu Thomas, PhD
Aneesa Padinjakkara
Pub Date: Sept 2018;Hardback Price: $159.95 US ;Hard ISBN: 9781771886444;Pages: Approx 356p w/Index;Binding Type: hardback

54.   

 

Nanomaterials
Physical, Chemical, and Biological Applications
Editors: Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD; Sabu Thomas, PhD; Obey Koshy, PhD
Pub Date: May 2018;Hardback Price: see ordering info ;Hard ISBN: 9781771884617
E-Book ISBN: 978-1-315-36590-9;Pages: 428pp with index
Notes: 12 color and 163 B/W illustrations

55.   

 

Engineering Technologies for Renewable and Recyclable Materials
Physical-Chemical Properties and Functional Aspects
Editors: Jithin Joy;Maciej Jaroszewski, PhD;Praveen K. M.;Sabu Thomas, PhD; Reza Haghi, PhD

 

56.   

 

Functional Polymeric Composites
Macro to Nanoscales
Editors: Chin Hua Chia, PhD,Chin Han Chan, PhD, Sabu Thomas, PhD

Pub Date: November 2017;Hardback Price: $139.95 US ;Hard ISBN: 9781771884990
E-Book ISBN: 9781315207452;Pages: 266 pp w/ index;Binding Type: hardback

57.   

 

Microscopy Applied to Materials Sciences and Life Sciences
Editors: Ajay Vasudeo Rane,Sabu Thomas, PhD ,Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD
Krishnan Kanny, PhD

Pub Date: November 2018;Hardback Price: see ordering info ;Hard ISBN: 9781771886727
E-Book ISBN: 9781351251587;Pages: Approx 529p w/Index;Binding Type: hardback

58.   

 

Nanoparticles in Polymer Systems for Biomedical Applications
Editors: Jince Thomas;Sabu Thomas, PhD;Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD;Jiya Jose, PhD

59.   

 

Innovative Food Science and Emerging Technologies
The Science Behind Health
Editors:Rajakumari Rajendran,Anne George, MD,Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD,Sabu Thomas, PhD;Pub Date: Sept 2018;Hardback Price: $179.95 US ;Hard ISBN: 9781771886611;E-Book ISBN: 9780203711408;Pages: 658pp with index;Binding Type: hardback

60.   

 

Functionalized Engineering Materials and Their Applications
Editors: Sabu Thomas, PhD,Nandakumar Kalarikkal, PhD,Pious C. V.Zakiah Ahmad, PhD
Józef Tadeusz Haponiuk, PhDn production
Pub Date: July 2018,Hardback Price: see ordering info ,Hard ISBN: 9781771885232
E-Book ISBN: 978-1-315-36554-1

61.   

 

Physical Chemistry for Engineering and Applied SciencesTheoretical and Methodological Implication
Editors: A. K. Haghi, PhD;Cristóbal Noé Aguilar, PhD;Sabu Thomas, PhD;Praveen K. M.
Pub Date: July 2018,Hard ISBN: 9781771886277, ISBN: 9781315109725,Pages: 452pp w/IndexSeries: Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series

62.   

 

Perovskite Photovoltaics1st Edition, Basic to Advanced Concepts and Implementation

Editors: Aparna Thankappan Sabu Thomas

Paperback ISBN: 9780128129159;Imprint: Academic Press;Published Date: 1st June 2018

63.   

 

Engineered Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibrous Material
Integrating Theory and Technique
Editors: A. K. Haghi, PhD,Praveen K. M.,Sabu Thomas, PhD Pub Date: August 2018
Hard ISBN: 9781771887045;Series: AAP Research Notes on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

64.   

 

Methodologies and Applications for Analytical and Physical Chemistry

Editors : A. K. HaghiSabu ThomasSukanchan Palit, Priyanka MainISBN 9781771886215; Read More

65.   

 

Biopolymers and Biomaterials; Editor : AneesaPadinjakkara, AparnaThankappan, Fernando Gomes Souza Jr.; Sabu Thomas, ISBN 9781771886154-Read More

 

66.   

 

Applied Physical Chemistry with Multidisciplinary Approaches

Editors: A. K. HaghiDevrim BalköseSabu ThomasISBN 9781771886062

Read More

67.   

 

High-Performance Materials and Engineered Chemistry; Editor: Francisco Torrens; Devrim Balköse, Sabu Thomas; ISBN9781771885980; Read More

68.   

 

Plasma and Fusion Science: From Fundamental Research to Technological Applications;Editors: B. Raneesh, NandakumarKalarikkal, JemyJames, Anju K. Nair; ISBN 9781771884532; Read More

 

69.   

 

Nanomaterials: Physical, Chemical, and Biological Applications

Editor : NandakumarKalarikkal, SabuThomas, Obey Koshy, ISBN 9781771884617;

 

70.   

 

Handbook of Research for Fluid and Solid Mechanics: Theory, Simulation, and Experiment; Editor:Kaveh Hariri Asli, Soltan Ali OgliAliyev, Sabu Thomas
Deepu A. Gopakumar, ISBN 9781771885010,

71.   

 

Functionalized Engineering Materials and Their Applications

Editor : Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Zakiah Ahmad, Józef Tadeusz Haponiuk; ISBN 9781771885232;

72.   

 

Functional Polymeric Composites: Macro to Nanoscales

Editor : Chin Hua Chia; Chin Han Chan; SabuThomas; ISBN9781771884990;

73.   

 

Holistic Approaches to Infectious Diseases

Editor : AnnGeorge, Joshy K. S, MathewSebastian, Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi, Sabu Thomas, ISBN 9781771883122; Read More

74.   

 

Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering: State of the Art and Recent Trends

Editor : NandakumarKalarikkal, RobinAugustine, Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi
Joshy K. S, SabuThomas, ISBN 9781771881180; Read More

75.   

 

Micro- and Nanostructured Polymer Systems: From Synthesis to Applications; Editor : Sabu Thomas, Robert Shanks  Jithin JoyISBN 9781771881005

Read More

76.   

 

Advanced Polymeric Materials: From Macro- to Nano-Length Scales

Editor : SabuThomas, NandakumarKalarikkal, MaciejJaroszewski, Josmine P. Jose, ISBN9781771880961; Read More

77.   

 

Materials Science of Polymers: Plastics, Rubber, Blends, and Composites

Editor : A. K. Haghi, Eduardo A. Castro, SabuThomas, P. M. Sivakumar
Andrew G. Mercader, ISBN 9781771880664, Read More

78.   

 

Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology for Composites: Design, Simulation, and Applications; Editor: A. K. Haghi, Sabu Thomas, AliPourhashemi, Abbas Hamrang, Ewa Klodzinska; ISBN 9781771880657; Read More

79.   

 

Carbon Nanotubes: Theoretical Concepts and Research Strategies for Engineers, Editor: A. K. Haghi, Sabu Thomas; ISBN 9781771880527; Read More

80.   

 

Foundations of Nanotechnology, Volume Two: Nanoelements Formation and Interaction; Editor : SabuThomas, Saeedeh Rafiei, Shima Maghsoodlou, Arezo Afzali, ISBN 9781771880282; Read More

81.   

 

Foundations of Nanotechnology, Volume One: Pore Size in Carbon-Based Nano-Adsorbents

Editor :A. K. Haghi; SabuThomas; Moein MehdiPour MirMahaleh; ISBN 9781771880268.Read More

82.   

 

Polymers for Packaging Applications; Editor : SajidAlavi; SabuThomas; K. P. Sandeep; Nandakumar Kalarikkal; Jini Varghese Srinivasarao Yaragalla; ISBN 9781926895772; Read More

83.   

 

Advanced Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications; Editor : SabuThomas; NandakumarKalarikkal; A. Manuel Stephan, B. Raneesh; ISBN 9781926895796; Read More

84.   

 

Physical Chemistry of Macromolecules: Macro to Nanoscales; Editor : Chin Han Chan; Chin Hua Chia; Sabu Thomas; ISBN 9781926895642; Read More

 

85.   

 

Diabetes Mellitus and Human Health Care: A Holistic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment; Editor : AnneGeorge, Robin Augustine, Mathew Sebastian, ISBN 9781926895765; Read More

86.   

 

Composites and Nanocomposites

Editor: A. K. Haghi, Oluwatobi Samuel Oluwafemi, Josmin P. Jose, Hanna J. Maria; ISBN9781926895284; Read More

87.   

 

Polymer Processing and Characterization

Editor : Sabu Thomas, Deepalekshmi Ponnamma, Ajesh K. Zachariah; ISBN 9781926895154Read More

88.   

 

Natural Polymers, Biopolymers, Biomaterials, and Their Composites, Blends, and IPNs; Editor : Sabu Thomas, Neethu NinanSneha Mohan, Elizabeth Francis

ISBN 9781926895161; Read More

89.   

 

Recent Advances in Polymer Nanocomposites: Synthesis and Characterisation

Editor :Sabu Thomas,Gennady Zaikov,Valsaraj,Meera,26ISBN 9789004172975

Read More

90.   

 

Recent Advances in Polymer Nanocomposites; Editor : SabuThomas, Gennady Zaikov, Valsaraj; ISBN 9789004167261;  More

91.   

 

Micro- and Nanostructured Multiphase Polymer Blend Systems: Phase Morphology and Interfaces; Editor: Charef Harrats, Sabu Thomas, Gabriel Groeninckx ; ISBN 9780849337345 Read More

Royal Society of Chemistry-

92.   

 

Rubber Recycling: Challenges and Developments Editors: Jin Kuk Kim, Prosenjit Saha, Sabu Thomas, Józef T Haponiuk, M K Aswathi

Print ISBN:978-1-78801-084-9

93.   

 

Biobased Aerogels: Polysaccharide and Protein-based MaterialsEditors: Sabu Thomas, Laly A Pothan, Rubie Mavelil-Sam

Print publication date:29 Aug 2018,Copyright year:2018

Print ISBN:978-1-78262-765-4

94.   

 

Electrospinning: From Basic Research to Commercialization, Series: Soft Matter Series

Editor(s): Erich Kny, Kajal Ghosal, Sabu Thomas ,Expected Publication date: 23 Jul 2018 Copyright: 2018 Print ISBN: 978-1-78801-100-6  EPUB eISBN: 978-1-78801-491-5

ISSN: 2048-7681 Pages:  251

95.   

 

Natural Polymers : Volume 1: CompositesEditors: Maya J John, Sabu Thomas
Print ISBN:978-1-84973-402-8PDF eISBN:978-1-84973-5193DOI:10.1039/9781849735193;  Read More

96.   

 

Natural Polymers : Volume 2: Nanocomposites;Editors: Maya J John, Sabu Thomas;Print ISBN:978-1-84973-403-5;PDF eISBN:978-1-84973-5315; DOI: 10.1039/9781849735315; Read More

97.   

 

Natural Rubber Materials: Volume 1: Blends and IPNs

Editors: Sabu Thomas, Chin Han Chan, Laly Pothen, Rajisha K. R., Hanna Maria; Print ISBN:978-1-84973-610-7; PDFISBN:978-1-84973-764-7
DOI: 10.1039/9781849737647; Read More

98.   

 

Natural Rubber Materials: Volume 2: Composites and Nanocomposites

Editors: Sabu Thomas, Chin Han Chan, Laly Pothen, Jithin Joy, Hanna Maria; Print ISBN:978-1-84973-631-2; PDFISBN:978-1-84973-765-4; DOI:10.1039/9781849737654; Read More

Springer

99.   

 

Nanostructured Materials

T. Daniel ThangaduraiN. ManjubaashiniSabu ThomasHanna J. Maria

Springer International Publishing, 12-Jun-2020 – Technology & Engineering – 392 pages

100.          

 

Organic Farming,New Advances Towards Sustainable Agricultural SystemsEditors: C., Sarathchandran, Thomas, Sabu, Unni, M. R. (Eds.)

HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 in Published:April 25, 2019

Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

101.          

 

Starch, Chitin and Chitosan Based Composites and Nanocomposites
SpringerBriefs in Molecular Science, Biobased Polymers

Merin Sara Thomas, Rekha Rose Koshy, Siji K. Mary, Sabu Thomas, Laly A. PothanSpringer International Publishing, Feb 4, 2019 – Technology & Engineering – 57 pages

102.          

 

Flexible and Stretchable Electronic CompositesEditor:Ponnamma, D. (Ed); Sadasivuni, K. K. (Ed)Wan, C. (E; SabuThomas (Ed) Al-Ali AlMa’adeed, M. (Ed) (2016); DOI10.1007/978-3-319-23663-6; Hardcover ISBN978-3-319-23662-9; Read More

103.          

 

Graphene-Based Polymer Nanocomposites in ElectronicsEditors: Sadasivuni, K.K., Ponnamma, D., Kim, J., Sabu Thomas  (Eds.); DOI;10.1007/978-3-319-13875-6; Hardcover ISBN 978-3-319-13874-9Read More

104.          

 

Non-Linear Viscoelasticity of Rubber Composites and Nanocomposites Influence of Filler Geometry and Size in Different Length Scales ; Editors: Ponnamma Deepalekshmi Sabu Thomas (Eds.); DOI;10.1007/978-3-319-08702-3: Hardcover ISBN978-3-319-08701-6; Read More

105.          

 

Advances in Elastomers IIComposites and Nanocomposites
Editors: Visakh P.M, Sabu ThomasChandra A.KMathew A.P. (Eds.)
DOI10.1007/978-3-642-20928-4;Hardcover ISBN978-3-642-20927-7Read More

106.          

 

Advances in Elastomers I Blends and Interpenetrating Networks
Editors: Visakh, P.M, SabuThomas, Chandra A.K/Mathew A.P. (Eds.)
DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-20925-3;Hardcover ISBN 978-3-642-20924-6; Read More

107.          

 

Advances in Natural PolymersComposites and Nanocomposites; Editors: Sabu ThomasVisakh P. MMathewAji. P (Eds.)

John Wiley & Sons

108.          

 

    Polymer Electrolytes : Characterization and Applications

Tan Winie , Abdul K. Arof , Sabu Thomas

 

109.          

 

Advanced Materials for Electromagnetic Shielding: Fundamentals, Properties, and Applications

Authors           Maciej Jaroszewski, Sabu Thomas, Ajay V. Rane

Wiley, 2018; ISBN1119128617, 9781119128618;Length    464 pages

 

110.          

 

Advanced Materials for EMI Shielding; Jaroszewski, Maciej / Thomas, Sabu
 ISBN: 978-1-119-12861-8 ;Read More

 

111.          

 

Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites

Editor: Kargarzadeh, Hanieh; Ahmad, Ishak; Sabu Thomas/ Dufresne, Alain; ISBN: 978-3-527-33866-5; Read More

112.          

 

Rheology and Processing of Polymer Nanocomposites Editor : Sabu Thomas/ Muller, Rene Abraham, Jiji ISBN: 978-1-118-96979-3; Read More

113.          

 

Micro- and Nano-Structured Interpenetrating Polymer Networks

Editors: Sabu Thomas / Grande, Daniel Cvelbar, Uros / Raju, K. V. S. N. Narayan, Ramanuj / Thomas, Selvin P. H, Akhina; ISBN: 978-1-118-13817-5; Read More

114.          

 

Characterization of Polymer Blends

Editor : SabuThomas; GrohensYves; Jyotishkumar  P; ISBN:978-3-527-33153-6; Read More

115.          

 

Micro- and Nanostructured Epoxy/Rubber BlendsEditor:
Sabu Thomas, ChristopheSinturel, Raju Thomas ISBN: 978-3-527-33334-9

Read More

116.          

 

Biopolymer Nanocomposites; Editor : Alain Dufresne , SabuThomas, Laly A. Pothan
ISBN: 978-1-118-21835-8;Read More

117.          

 

Polymer Composites; Editor :Sabu Thomas; Kuruvilla Joseph, S. K. Malhotra, Koichi Goda
M. S.Sreekala,Volume 1,ISBN: 978-3-527-32624-2Read More

118.          

 

Polymer Composites; Editor : Sabu Thomas,Kuruvilla Joseph,S. K. Malhotra,Koichi Goda,M. S. Sreekala
Volume 2,ISBN:  978-3-527-32979-3Read More

119.          

 

10) Polymer Composites

Editor;Sabu Thomas;Kuruvilla JosephS. K. Malhotra;Koichi Goda;M. S. Sreekala
Volume 3;ISBN:  978-3-527-32980-9 Read More

120.          

 

11) Handbook of Biopolymer-Based Materials From Blends and Composites to Gels and Complex Networks Editor: Sabu Thomas;Dominique Durand;Christophe Chassenieux;P. Jyotishkumar ISBN: 978-3-527-32884-0;Read More

121.          

 

12) Advances in Food Science and Technology, Volume 1

Editor:Visakh P. M, SabuThomas, LauraB.Iturriaga, Pablo Daniel Ribotta
ISBN: 978-1-118-12102-3

122.          

 

Handbook of Engineering and Specialty Thermoplastics

Volume 4: Nylons; Editor; SabuThomas; Visakh P. M; ISBN:978-0-470-63925-2

123.          

 

Handbook of Multiphase Polymer Systems; Editor; AbderrahimBoudenne; SabuThomas; LaurentIbos; Yves Candau; ISBN: 978-0-470-71420-1; Read More

124.          

 

Handbook of Engineering and Speciality Thermoplastics; SabuThomas; Volume 3: Polyethers and PolyestersISBN: 978-0-470-63926-9; Read More

125.          

 

Rubber Nanocomposites;Editor : Sabu Thomas;Ranimol Stephen Preparation, Properties and Applications; ISBN: 978-0-470-82345-3

River Publishers

126.          

 

Re-Use and Recycling of Materials

Solid Waste Management and Water Treatment

Editors:

 

Editor: Ange Nzihou, Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal and Jibin K.P.

 

ISBN: 9788770220583     e-ISBN: 9788770220576

127.          

 

Emerging Trends in Advanced Spectroscopy  Forthcoming

Editor: Yang Weiman, Jibin K.P., Praveen G.L., Sabu Thomas and Nandakumar Kalarikkal

ISBN: 9788770220828     e-ISBN: 9788770220811

128.          

 

Recent Trends in Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering

Editor: Jince Thomas, Sabu Thomas, Jiya Jose and Nandakumar Kalarikkal

            ISBN: 9788793609167     e-ISBN: 9788793609150

Others-Nova,Atlantic etc

129.          

 

Butyl Rubber Composites for Sensing, Barrier and other Applications

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2016-07-19 )Editor : Kishor Kumar Sadasivuni; Sabu ThomasYves Grohens; ISBN-13:978-3-659-92453-8; ISBN-10:3659924539

130.          

 

Polymer Nanocomposite Research Advances; Editors: Sabu Thomas, Gennady E. Zaikov; ISBN: 978-1-60456-063-3

131.          

 

Progress in Polymer Nanocomposite Research; Editors: Sabu Thomas, Gennady E. Zaikov; ISBN: 978-1-60456-484

132.          

 

Heat and Mass Transfer in Fibrous Materials: Theory and Applications; Editor: A.K.Haghi, Sabuthomas Thomas (Author), ISBN-13 9788126912216

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133.          

 

Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites: From Macro to Nanoscale First Edition

Editor : SabuThomas, Laly A. Pothan (Author)Read More

 

       

Book chapters                 

 

  1. Defects characterisation and studies of structural properties of sol–gel synthesised MgFe2O4 nanocrystals through positron annihilation and supportive spectroscopic methods Abraham, A. R., Raneesh, B., Nambissan, P. M. G., Sanyal, D., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2019).. Philosophical Magazine.
  2. Scanning Electron Microscopy As A Powerful Morphological Characterization Technique For Polymer Blends And Polymer Nanocomposites DANIEL, S., & THOMAS, S. (2018).. Microscopy Applied to Materials Sciences and Life Sciences.
  3. Nanocellulose-based aerogels for industrial applications Gopakumar, D. A., Pottathara, Y. B., Sabu, K. T., Khalil, H. A., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2019).. In Industrial Applications of Nanomaterials (pp. 403-421). Elsevier.
  4. Carbon nanostructures for electromagnetic shielding applications.Poothanari, M. A., Pottathara, Y. B., & Thomas, S. (2019 In Industrial Applications of Nanomaterials (pp. 205-223). Elsevier.
  5. Nanocellulose-Reinforced Unsaturated Polyester Composites.Chirayil, C. J., George, C., Hosur, M., & Thomas, S. (2019). In Unsaturated Polyester Resins (pp. 257-274). Elsevier.
  6. Spectroscopic Characterization Protocols for Interpenetrating Polymeric Networks James, J., Thomas, G. V., & Thomas, S. (2019).. In Unsaturated Polyester Resins (pp. 233-241). Elsevier.
  7. Manufacturing of Slow-and Controlled-Release Pesticides Remya, V. R., George, J. S., & Thomas, S. (2020).. In Controlled Release of Pesticides for Sustainable Agriculture (pp. 127-139). Springer, Cham.

 

  1. Applications of Nanomaterials: Advances and Key Technologies.Kalarikkal, N., Mohan, S., Oluwafemi, S. O., & Thomas, S. (2018).
  2. Polymeric Networks. James, J., Thomas, G. V., & Thomas, S. (2019). Unsaturated Polyester Resins: Blends, Interpenetrating Polymer Networks, Composites, and Nanocomposites, 233.
  3. Nanocellulose-Reinforced Unsaturated Composites Polyester Chirayil, C. J., George, C., Hosur, M., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Unsaturated Polyester Resins: Blends, Interpenetrating Polymer Networks, Composites, and Nanocomposites, 257.
  4. Nanocellulose-Reinforced Unsaturated Composites Polyester Chirayil, C. J., George, C., Hosur, M., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Unsaturated Polyester Resins: Blends, Interpenetrating Polymer Networks, Composites, and Nanocomposites, 257.
  5. Functionalized photo-responsive polymeric system.Upadhyay, K., Thomas, S., Tamrakar, R. K., & Kalarikkal, N. (2019). In Advanced Functional Polymers for Biomedical Applications (pp. 211-233). Elsevier.
  6. Introduction to nanomaterials: synthesis and applications. Varghese, R. J., Parani, S., Thomas, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., & Wu, J. (2019). In Nanomaterials for Solar Cell Applications (pp. 75-95). Elsevier.
  7. Synthesis and Processing of Emerging Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials.Pottathara, Y. B., Grohens, Y., Kokol, V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019). In Nanomaterials Synthesis (pp. 1-25). Elsevier.
  8. Fabrication of Micro/Nano-Miniaturized Platforms for Nanotheranostics and Regenerative Medicine Applications Praveen, G., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019).. In Nanomaterials Synthesis (pp. 483-517). Elsevier.
  9. Re-Use and Recycling of Materials: Solid Waste Management and Water Treatment Jibin, K. P., Nandakumar, K., Thomas, S., & Nzihou, A. (2019)..
  10. Spectroscopic Characterization Protocols for Interpenetrating Polymeric Networks. In Unsaturated Polyester Resins James, J., Thomas, G. V., & Thomas, S. (2019). (pp. 233-241). Elsevier.
  11. Lignocellulose-Based Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites: Preparation, Properties, and Applications. In Lignocellulose for Future BioeconomyDeepa, B., Chirayil, C. J., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2019). (pp. 41-69). Elsevier.
  12. Alginate: Properties, Pharmaceutical, and Tissue Engineering Applications
    Joshy K. S., Snigdha S., and Sabu Thomas in the book Hasnain, M. S., & Nayak, A. K. (2019). Alginates: Versatile Polymers in Biomedical Applications and Therapeutics.
  13. Biomedical Applications Of 3D PrintingAuthorsYadu Nath Vk, Parvathy Prasad Bilahariaryat, Sunija Sukumaran, Jiya Jose, Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkalin Polymer Systems for Biomedical Applications, edited by Jince Thomas, Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Jiya Jose
  14. Nanotechnology in Ancient Indian Holistic Healthcare;S. Snigdha, Kalarikkal Nandakumar, Thomas Sabu and E. K. Radhakrishnan. In Book:Holistic Healthcare Possibilities and Challenges, Vol-2, Chapter 5, Publisher: Apple Academic Press Inc, 2018
  15. Micro-and Nano-structured   Interpenetrating Polymer Networks: from Design to Applications, James, G.V. Thomas, H. Akhina, S. Thomas. vol. 1, John Wiley and Sons, New Jersey, 2016, pp. 1-27. (ISBN 978-1-118-13817-5).
  16. Thermo mechanical Analysis and its applications James., Published by Elsevier Netherlends 2017, ISBN 978-0-323-46139-9.
  17. Nanostructured Epoxy/Block Copolymer Blends: Characterization of Micro and Nanostructure by Atomic Force Microscopy, ScanningElectron Microscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy – RaghvendrakumarMishra, V. R. Remya, Jayesh Cherusseri, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas–Polymeric and Nanostructured Materials Synthesis, Properties, and Advanced Applications-Apple Accademic Press.
  18. Nanomedicine: from Concept to Reality,Rakhimol K R, Robin Augustine, Sabu Thomas and Nandakumar Kalarikkal. Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering: State of the Art and Recent Trends (2016): 1.
  19. Therapeutic Angiogenesis in Cardiovascular Diseases, Tissue Engineering and Wound Healing, R Rakhimol, Robin Augustine, Sabu Thomas and Nandakumar Kalarikkal. Recent Trends in Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering (2017), 343-364
  20. An Overview of Prospects of Spinel Ferrites and Their Varied Applications Ann Rose Abraham, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal,, Theoretical Models and Experimental Approaches in Physical Chemistry, Series: Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series, Apple Academic Press, 2017
  21. Control of Magnetism by Voltage in Multiferroics: Theory and Prospects. Ann Rose Abraham, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal,, Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series, Modern Physical Chemistry, Engineering Models, Materials, and Methods with Applications, Apple Academic Press, Jan 2018 
  22. Novel applications of multiferroic heterostructuresAnn Rose Abraham, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Chemical Technology and Informatics in Chemistry with Applications, Series: Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series, Apple Academic Press, Jan 2018 
  23. Monitoring and separation of food-borne pathogens using magnetic nanoparticles, Novel Approaches of Nanotechnology in Food, Vol 1, Oxford: Academic Press; 2016, p. 271-312.
  24. Magnetic nanoparticles: Advances in bio-inspired design and development, Ann Rose Abraham, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal Nanoparticles in Polymer Systems for Biomedical Applications,Editors: Jince ThomasSabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal,  Jiya Jose,  201 8, 
  25. Spectroscopic and Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Plasma Activated Polymeric Materials,Parvathy N, Jomon Joy, Jemy James, Blessy Joseph, Sabu Thomas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, In The Elsevier Book Non-Thermal Plasma Technology For Polymeric Materials: Applications In Composites, Nanostructured Materials And Bio-Medical Fields
  26. Microscopic analysis of plasma activated polymeric materials,Jemy James, Blessy Joseph, Ashin Shaji, Parvathy N, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Sabu Thomas, Yves Grohens, Guillaume Vignaud in the Elsevier book Non-Thermal Plasma Technology For Polymeric Materials: Applications In Composites, Nanostructured Materials And Bio-Medical Fields
  27. Liquid transport through IPNs; James, G.V. Thomas, S. Thomas., Published by Elsevier, Netherlends 2018, ISBN: 978-0-12-809884-4.
  28. Rubber-Based Adhesives. Handbook of Adhesive Technology.Shybi, A. A., Varghese, S., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. (2017).
  29. Methods for Extraction of Nanocellulose from Various Sources. Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites, 1-49.Kargarzadeh, H., Ioelovich, M., Ahmad, I., Thomas, S., & Dufresne, A. (2017).
  30. Rheological Properties of Nanocomposites Based on Cellulose Nanofibrils and Cellulose Nanocrystals,Mavelil‐Sam, R., Deepa, B., Koshy, R. R., Mary, S. K., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2017). Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites, 481-521.
  31. Alkali Treatment to Improve Physical, Mechanical and Chemical Properties of Lignocellulosic Natural Fibers for Use in Various ApplicationsLignocellulosic Biomass Production and Industrial Applications,Manna, S., Saha, P., Chowdhury, S., Thomas, S., & Sharma, V. (2017). 47-63.
  32. Methods for Extraction of Nanocellulose from Various Sources Kargarzadeh, H., Ioelovich, M., Ahmad, I., Thomas, S., & Dufresne, A. (2017).Handbook of Nanocellulose and Cellulose Nanocomposites, 1-49.
  33. Rheology and Processing of Inorganic Nanomaterials and Quantum Dots/Polymer Nanocomposites. , Mohan, S., Abraham, J., Oluwafemi, O. S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Rheology and Processing of Polymer Nanocomposites (2016). 355-382.
  34. Multilayer Bottles. In Multicomponent Polymeric MaterialsVasudeo, R. A., Ajitha, A. R., Patil, S. S., Kanny, K., & Thomas, S. (2016). (pp. 325-348). Springer Netherlands.
  35. Multilayer Polymer Films. In Multicomponent Polymeric MaterialsAjitha, A. R., Aswathi, M. K., Maria, H. J., Izdebska, J., & Thomas, S. (2016). (pp. 229-258). Springer Netherlands.
  36. Interfacial Compatibilization of Multilayered Products. Abitha, V. K., Priya, S. L., Jadhav, S., & Thomas, S. (2016) In Multicomponent Polymeric Materials (pp. 369-381). Springer Netherlands.
  37. Multilayer Nanowires and Miscellaneous Multilayer Products. In Multicomponent Polymeric MaterialsAjitha, A. R., Sari, P. S., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. (2016). (pp. 383-410). Springer Netherlands.
  38. Polymer Films for Packaging. In Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials (pp. 1-8).Balakrishnan, P., Thomas, M. S., Pothen, L. A., Thomas, S., & Sreekala, M. S. (2014). Springer Berlin Heidelberg DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-36199-9_406
  39. Starch based biocomposites. Green Polymer Composites Technology: Properties and Application,Balakrishnan, P.,Thomas,S.,&Sreekala M.S.,(2015). https://www. crcpress.com/Green-Polymer-Composites-Technology-Properties-and-Applications/Inamuddin/ Vol 1,  ISBN: 9781498715461 | 149871546X, published by CRC Press, USA.
  40. Natural fiber and polymer matrix composites and their applications in aerospace engineering. Balakrishnan, P., M. J. John, L. Pothen, M. S. Sreekala, and S. Thomas. Advanced Composite Materials for Aerospace Engineering: Processing, Properties, and Applications (2016): 365.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-100037-3.00012-2
  41. Nanomedicine: From Concept To Reality. Rakhimol, Kr, Robin Augustine, Sabu Thomas, And Nandakumar Kalarikkal Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering: State of the Art and Recent Trends (2016): 1.
  42. Tissue Engineering: Principles, Recent Trends And The Future, Mathew, Ansuja P., Robin Augustine, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, And Sabu Thomas. Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering: State of the Art and Recent Trends (2016): 31.
  43. Electrospun Matrices For Biomedical Applications: Recent Advances.Mohanan, Deepa P., Robin Augustine, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Ek Radhakrishnan, And Sabu Thomas Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering: State of the Art and Recent Trends (2016): 365.
  44. Diffusion, transport, and barrier properties of IPNS, Wilson, Runcy, S. Anil Kumar, Miran Mozetiˇc, Uroš Cvelbar, and Sabu Thomas..”Micro-and Nano-Structured Interpenetrating Polymer Networks: From Design to Applications (2016): 319.
  45. Micro‐and nano-structured interpenetrating polymer networks: state of the art, new challenges, and opportunities.James, Jose, George V. Thomas, H. Akhina, and Sabu Thomas. Micro-and Nano-Structured Interpenetrating Polymer Networks: From Design to Applications (2016): 1
  46. Biodegradable green Composites.Gopi, Sreerag, Anitha Pius, and Sabu Thomas Biodegradable Green Composites (2016): 1.
  47. Biomedical Applications of Polyolefins.Joshy, K. S., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2016). In Polyolefin Compounds and Materials (pp. 247-264). Springer International Publishing.
  48. Recycling of Polyolefin Materials. PS Sari, T Sharika, K Bicy, S Thomas,InPolyolefin Compounds and Materials (pp. 315-339). Springer International Publishing.
  49. Polyolefins in Automotive Industry. CJ Chirayil, J Joy, HJ Maria, I Krupa, S Thomas,InPolyolefin Compounds and Materials (pp. 265-283). Springer International Publishing,
  50. Recycling of Polyolefin Materials Sari, P. S., Sharika, T., Bicy, K., & Thomas, S. (2016) InPolyolefin Compounds and Materials (pp. 315-339). Springer International Publishing.
  51. Natural Polyisoprene Composites and Their Electronic Applications Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Varughese, K. T., Thomas, S.,& AlMa’adeed, M. A. A. (2016). In Flexible and Stretchable Electronic Composites (pp. 1-35). Springer International Publishing.
  52. Adhesion and Surface Issues in Biocomposites and Bionanocomposites Jose, C., Thomas, M. S., Deepa, B., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2015).Progress in Adhesion and Adhesives, 169-217
  53. Biological Delignification Of Biomass Joy, J., Jose, C., Mathew, P. L., Thomas, S., & Khalaf, M. N. (2015)..Green Polymers and Environmental Pollution Control, 271.
  54. Electronic Applications of Styrene–Butadiene Rubber and Its Composites Stephen, R., & Thomas, S. (2016. In Flexible and Stretchable Electronic Composites (pp. 261-277). Springer International Publishing.
  55. Polyuronates And Their Application In Drug Delivery And Cosmetics Augustine, R., Bhavanavenugopal, S. S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015)..Green Polymers and Environmental Pollution Control, 239.
  56. Natural Polyisoprene Composites and Their Electronic Applications. In Flexible and Stretchable Electronic Composites (pp. 1-35). Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Varughese, K. T., Thomas, S., & AlMa’adeed, M. A. A. (2016). Springer International Publishing.
  57. Applications for Nanocellulose in Polyolefins‐Based Composites. Leao, A. ,Cherian, B. M., Narine, S., Sain, M., Souza, S., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Nanocomposites Based on Inorganic and Organic Nanomaterials, 215-228.
  58. Polymer Films for Packaging. In Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials (pp. 1-8). Springer Berlin Heidelberg,Balakrishnan, P., Thomas, M. S., Pothen, L. A., Thomas, S., & Sreekala, M. S.
  59. Elastomer Blends: The Role of Nanoparticles on Properties Abraham, J., Somasekharan, L., Sharika, T., Pillai, L. R., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. (2015).Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials, 660-666
  60. Thermal Properties.” Micro-and Nanostructured Epoxy/Rubber Blends,Sobotka, Vincent, Didier Delaunay, Nicolas Boyard, Sabu Thomas, and P. Vijayan
  61. Extraction and Characterization of Cellulose Nanofibers from Banana PlantDeepa, B., Abraham, E., Koshy, R. R., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2015. InHandbook of Polymer Nanocomposites. Processing, Performance, and Application(pp. 65-80). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  62. Fire-retardant properties of nanocomposites. Shanks, R., & Genovese, A. Koninklijke Brill NV.
  63. Role of wound dressings in the management of chronic and acute diabetic wounds in Diabetes Mellitus and Human Health Care:A Holistic Approach to Diagnosis Robin Augustine, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Sabu Thomas,CRC Press, 2014
  64. Processing Technologies, Properties, and Applications (In 4 Volumes).Abraham, E., Thomas, M. S., Deepalekshmi, P., Deepa, B., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S.
  65. Biopolymers for Health, Food, and Cosmetic Applications.,Handbook of Biopolymer-Based Materials: From Blends and Composites to Gels and Complex Networks, Robin Augustine, Rajakumari Rajendran, Uroš Cvelbar, Miran Mozetič, Anne George. Wiley USA 2013
  66. Mechanical and Viscoelastic Characterization of Multiphase Polymer Systems. Handbook of Multiphase Polymer Systems,Poornima Vijayan P., Siby Varghese, Sabu Thomas, Pages: 251–310, 2011.Editors: Abderrahim Boudenne, Laurent Ibos, Yves Candau, Sabu Thomas,Wiley, USA, 2011.Published Online: 19 AUG 2011, DOI: 10.1002/9781119972020.ch7
  67. Fully Green Bionanocomposites,A Handbook of Applied Biopolymer Technology: Synthesis, Degradation and Applications, Royal Society,
  68. M. Visakh, Sabu Thomas and Laly A. Pothan 2011, 102-128
  69. Manufacturing of Multiphase Polymeric Systems in Handbook of Multiphase Polymer Systems, Soney C. George, Sabu Thomas, Pages: 123–160, 2011, Published Online: 19 AUG 2011, DOI: 10.1002/9781119972020.ch5
  70. Engineering and Specialty Thermoplastics: Polyethers and Polyesters: State-of-the-art, New Challenges and Opportunities.in Handbook of Engineering and Speciality Thermoplastics: Polyethers and Polyesters, Volume 3, Sabu Thomas, P. M. Visakh, Pages: 1–14, 2011, Published Online: 8 JUN 2011, DOI: 10.1002/9781118104729.ch1
  71. Thermomechanical and Spectroscopic Characterisation of Natural Fibre Composites, R.Rajisha, B. Deepa, L.A. Pothen and Sabu Thomas, in Interface Engineering of Natural Fibre Composites for Maximum Performance Eds. Nikolaos E. Zafeiropolous, Woodhead Publishing Limited, UK (2011) 241
  72. Raw and Renewable Polymers, Seena Joseph, Maya Jacob John, Laly A. Pothan, and Sabu Thomas, in Polymers- Opportunities and Risks II Peter Eyerer, Martin Weller, and Chrisof Hubner, Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2010.
  73. Nanocomposites: State of the Art, New Challenges and Opportunities, Ranimol Stephen and Sabu Thomas in Rubber Nanocomposites Preparation, Properties and Applications Sabu Thomas, Ranimol Stephen, John Wiley and Sons (Asia) Pte Ltd, Singapore (2010), 1
  74. Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterisation and Applications, Anu Tresa Sunny and Sabu Thomas, in Recent Advances in Polymer Nanocomposites: Synthesis and Characterisation S. Thomas, G.E. Zaikov, S.V. Valsaraj, A.P. Meera, Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands (2010) 1
  75. Preparation Structure – Property Relationship, and Applications of Layered Silicate Rubber Latex Nanocomposites, Siby Varghese, and Sabu Thomas, in Recent Advances in Polymer Nanocomposites Eds. S. Thomas, G.E. Zaikov, and S.V. Valsaraj, Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands (2009) 1
  76. Characterization of Interface in Composites Using Micro-Mechanical Techniques, Maya Jacob, Rajesh D. Anandjiwala, and Sabu Thomas. Handbook of Vinyl Polymers Munmaya K. Mishra, Yusuf Yagci, CRC Press, 2009
  77. Natural Fibre Composites-State of the art, New Challenges and opportunities, Thomas and Laly Pothen, in  Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites: Macro to Nanoscales Eds. S. Thomas and Laly Pothen, Old City Publishing, USA and editions des archives contemporaries, France (2009) 3
  78. Lignocellulosic Fiber Reinforced Rubber Composites Maya Jacob John, Rajesh D Anandjiwala, in Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites: Macro to Nanoscales S. Thomas and Laly Pothen, Old City Publishing, USA and editions des archives contemporaries, France (2009) 252
  79. Hybrid CompositesMaya Jacob John, Rajesh D Anandjiwala, Sabu Thomas in Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites: Macro to Nanoscales  S. Thomas and Laly Pothen, Old City Publishing, USA and editions des archives contemporaries, France (2009) 315
  80. Water absorption and agingbehavior of natural Fiber compositesA. Sreekumar, Jean Marc Saiter and Sabu Thomas in Natural Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites: Macro to NanoscalesEds. S. Thomas and Laly Pothen, Old City Publishing, USA and editions des archives contemporaries, France (2009) 446
  81. Introduction: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Gennady E. Zaikov and Sabu Thomas, in Polymer Nanocomposite Research Advances Sabu Thomas, Gennady E. Zaikov, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., New York (2008) 1
  82. Blow Molding, Indose Aravind, and Sabu Thomas, Polymer Processing Technology, Eds. B.R Gupta, Aisan Books Private Limited, 2008
  83. Morphologies in Polymer Processing, Viju Susan Mathew, Jesmy Jose and Sabu Thomas, Polymer Processing Technology, Eds. B.R Gupta, Asian Books Private Limited, 2008
  84. Polyolefin/ Epoxy Resin Blends, Bejoy Francis and Sabu Thomas, Polyolefin Blends Eds. DomasiusNwabunma, Thein Kyu, John Wiley & Sons, 2008
  85. Ethylene- Propylene- Diene Rubber/ Natural Rubber Blends, Sony C. George and Sabu Thomas, Polyolefin Blends Eds. DomasiusNwabunma, Thein Kyu, John Wiley & Sons, 2008
  86. Ethylene- Propylene- Diene Rubber/ Carbon Black Composites, Sony C. George and Sabu Thomas, Polyolefin Composites Eds, Domasius Nwabunma, Thein Kyu, John John Wiley & Sons, 2008
  87. Advances in the Characterization of Interfaces of Lignocellulosic Fiber Reinforced Composites, Sherly Annie Paul, Laly A. Pothen and Sabu Thomas, Characterization of Lignocellulosic Materials, Thomas Q. Hu, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2008
  88. Matrices for Natural- Fibre reinforced composites, Thomas, P.A. Sreekumar, Properties and performance of Natural- Fibre composites Eds. Kim L..Pickering, Woodhead Publishing Limited and CRC Press LLC, 2008.
  89. Coir and Hemp Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites, M.J. John, K.N. Indira, V.G. Geethamma, J.Shaji, S.Thomas, Handbook of Engineering Biopolymers, Stoyko Fakirov, Debes Bhattacharyya, Carl Hanser Verlag, Munich, 2007
  90. Eco-Friendly Natural Fiber Textiles for Sustainable Development, Thomas, and L. A. Pothen, in Textiles for Sustainable Development. Eds. Rajesh Anandjiwala, L.Hunter, Ryszard Kozlowski, Gennady Zaikov, Nova Publishers, Inc, New York, 2007.
  91. Micro and Nanostructured Polymer Blends: State of the Art, Challenges, and Future Prospects, Sabu Thomas, Charef Harrats and Gabriel Groeninckx in Micro and Nanostructured Multiphase Polymer Blend Systems Charef Harrats, Sabu Thomas, Gabriel Groeninckx, Taylor and Francis Group, Florida (2006) 1
  92. Natural fiber-rubber composites and their applications, S. Joseph, M.Jacob and S. Thomas Natural fibers, Biopolymers and biocomposites, Eds. A.K. Mohanty, Misra, and L.T. Drazal, Taylor &Francis, Chap. 13 (2005) 435
  93. Reactive Blending with immiscible functional polymers: Molecular, morphological interfacial aspects, G.Groeninckx, S. Thomas, C. Harrats “Reactive Polymer Blending”, Eds. W. Baker and C. Scoot G. H. Hu Eds. Hanser Publishers, Munch Chap. 3, (2001) 43
  94. Chemical Reactions in polymer Blends Based on Condensation Polymers: Transreaction and Molecular and Morphological Characterization, Sarkissova, G. Groneninckx, S. Thomas in “Polymer Blends”, Eds. D.R.Paul and C.B.Bucknall, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.1 (2000) 417
  95. Short fiber reinforced plastic composites, J. George and S. Thomas, Handbook of Engineering Polymeric Materials, Eds. N.P. Chereminisinoff Marcell Dekker, New York (1997) 811
  96. Reactive compatibilization of immiscible polymer blends, S. George, J. George, and S. Thomas, Handbook of Engineering Polymeric Materials, Eds. N.P. Chereminisinoff Marcell Dekker, New York (1997) 667
  97. Compatibilisation of thermoplastic elastomer blends, R. Asaletha, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Handbook of Engineering Polymeric Materials, Eds. N.P. Chereminisinoff Marcell Dekker, New York (1997) 633
  98. Thermoplastic elastomers from miscellaneous rubber/ plastic blends, S. Thomas and S.K. De, in Thermoplastic Elastomers from rubber – Plastic Blends S.K. De and A.K. Bhowmick, Ellis and Howood, New York, 1990.

Reviews

 

  • Recent advances in electrospun polycaprolactone based scaffolds for wound healing and skin bioengineering applications. Joseph, B., Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., Seantier, B., & Grohens, Y. (2019). Materials Today Communications.
  • Recent advances on herb‐derived constituents‐incorporated wound‐dressing materials: A review. Krishnan K, A., & Thomas, S. (2019). Polymers for Advanced Technologies
  • Introduction of Nanotechnology in Herbal Drugs and Nutraceutical: A Review Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Haponiuk, J. T., & Thomas, S. (2016)..Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery, 2016.
  • Dendrimers: General Aspects, Applications, and Structural Exploitations as Prodrug/Drug-delivery Vehicles in Current Medicine.Mariyam, M., Ghosal, K., George, A., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Latha, M. S. (2017). Mini reviews in medicinal chemistry.
  • Polymer Sutures For Simultaneous Wound Healing And Drug Delivery-A Review. Joseph, B., George, A., Gopi, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017). International Journal of Pharmaceutics.
  • A brief review of the chemical modifications of lignocellulosic fibrers for durable engineering composites. Saha, Prosenjit, Sukanya Chowdhury, Debasis Roy, Basudam Adhikari, Jin Kuk Kim, and Sabu Thomas. Polymer Bulletin 73, no. 2 (2016): 587-620.
  • Natural Polymer/Inorganic Material Based Hybrid Scaffolds for Skin Wound Healing. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2015).Polymer Reviews55(3), 453-490.
  • Environment-friendly green composites based on soy protein isolate–A review.Food Hydrocolloids, 50, 174-192. Koshy, R. R., Mary, S. K., Thomas, S., & Pothan, L. A. (2015).
  • Evolution from graphite to graphene elastomer composites;KK Sadasivuni, D Ponnamma, S Thomas, Y Grohens, Progress in Polymer Science, (2014) 39: 749-780
  • Review of recent research in nano cellulose preparation from different lignocellulosic fibers ;Chirayil, C. J., Mathew, L., & Thomas, S., Reviews on Advanced Materials Science, 37(1-2), 20-28. (2014)
  • Adhesion and Surface Issues in Biocomposites and Bionanocomposites;Jose, C., Thomas, M. S., Deepa, B., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S, Reviews of Adhesion and Adhesives, 1-53 (2014)iu\
  • Transport phenomena through polymeric systems, S.C. George and S. Thomas,

Progress in Polymer Science,  (2001) 26, 985

  • Natural rubber reinforced plastic composites: Interface modification and characterization; J. George, M.S.Sreekala and S. Thomas, Polym. Eng. Sci. (2001) 41, 147

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  1. Ultra-Fast Heat Dissipating Aerogels Derived from Polyaniline Anchored Cellulose Nanofibers as Sustainable Microwave Absorbers.Pai, A. R., Binumol, T., Gopakumar, D. A., Pasquini, D., Seantier, B., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020). Carbohydrate Polymers, 116663.
  2. Nano formulated proanthocyanidins as an effective wound healing componen Rajakumari, R., Volova, T., Oluwafemi, O. S., Rajeshkumar, S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2020). t. Materials Science and Engineering: C106, 110056.
  3. Reliable optoelectronic switchable device implementation by CdS nanowires conjugated bent-core liquid crystal matrix. Asiya, S. I., Pal, K., El-Sayyad, G. S., Abd Elkodous, M., Demetriades, C., Kralj, S., & Thomas, S. (2020). Organic Electronics82, 105592.
  4. Flexible dopamine-functionalized BaTiO3/BaTiZrO3/BaZrO3-PVDF ferroelectric nanofibers for electrical energy storage.Mayeen, A., Kala, M. S., Sunija, S., Rouxel, D., Bhowmik, R. N., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2020). Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 155492.
  5. Sodium itaconate grafted nanocellulose for facile elimination of lead ion from water Vadakkekara, G. J., Thomas, S., & Nair, C. R. (2020).. Cellulose, 1-16.
  6. Effect of filler loading on polymer chain confinement and thermomechanical properties of epoxy/boron nitride (h-BN) nanocomposites Joy, J., George, E., Thomas, S., & Anas, S. (2020).. New Journal of Chemistry44(11), 4494-4503.
  7. Application of novel zinc oxide reinforced xanthan gum hybrid system for edible coatings.Joshy, K. S., Jose, J., Li, T., Thomas, M., Shankregowda, A. M., Sreekumaran, S., … & Thomas, S. (2020). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules151, 806-813.
  8. Viscoelastic and electrical properties of RGO reinforced phenol formaldehyde nanocomposites Sandhya, P. K., Sreekala, M. S., Xian, G., Padmanabhan, M., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020).. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 49211.
  9. Novel interpenetrating polymeric network based microbeads for delivery of poorly water soluble drug.Ghosal, K., Adak, S., Agatemor, C., Praveen, G., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020). Journal of Polymer Research27(4), 1-11
  10. Durability of an Epoxy Resin and Its Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composite upon Immersion in Water, Acidic, and Alkaline Solutions.Uthaman, A., Xian, G., Thomas, S., Wang, Y., Zheng, Q., & Liu, X. (2020).Polymers12(3), 614.
  11. Enhancement in electrical conductivity and dynamic mechanical properties of resole resin with ZnO-RGO as nanofiller.Sandhya, P. K., Sreekala, M. S., Xian, G., Padmanabhan, M., & Thomas, S. (2020).Diamond and Related Materials, 107934.
  12. Porous Organic Polymer-Coated Permselective Separator Mitigating Self-Discharge for Lithium-Sulfur Batteries, Mathew, D. E., Sivalingam, G., Murugavel, K., Rani, J., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2020)..Materials Advances.
  13. Enhancement of adhesive strength of epoxy/carboxyl-terminated poly (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) nanocomposites by using waste hemp fiber derived cellulose nanofibers, Padinjakkara, A., Scarinzi, G., Santagata, G., Malinconico, M., Razal, J. M., Thomas, S., & Salim, N. V. (2020)..Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research
  14. Fabrication of exfoliated graphite reinforced silicone rubber composites-Mechanical, tribological and dielectric properties.Sarath, P. S., Samson, S. V., Reghunath, R., Pandey, M. K., Haponiuk, J. T., Thomas, S., & George, S. C. (2020).Polymer Testing, 10660
  15. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of natural rubber low‐density polyethylene composites with boric acid and borax.Abdulrahman, S. T., Ahmad, Z., Thomas, S., Maria, H. J., & Rahman, A. A.Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 49372.
  16. Nanoparticle-Stabilized Lattices of Topological Defects in Liquid Crystals.Gudimalla, A., Lavrič, M., Trček, M., Harkai, S., Rožič, B., Cordoyiannis, G., … & Kralj, S. (2020). International Journal of Thermophysics41(4), 1-25.
  17. Flexible dopamine-functionalized BaTiO3/BaTiZrO3/BaZrO3-PVDF ferroelectric nanofibers for electrical energy storage, Mayeen, A., Kala, M. S., Sunija, S., Rouxel, D., Bhowmik, R. N., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2020)..Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 155492
  18. Second Harmonic Scattering from Mass Characterized 2D Graphene Oxide Sheets.Russier-Antoine, I., Fakhoury, H., Basu, S., Bertorelle, F., Dugourd, P., Brevet, P. F., … & Antoine, R. (2020).Chemical Communications.
  19. Mechanically Robust Antibacterial Nanopapers Through Mixed Dimensional Assembly for Anionic Dye Removal Nizam, P. A., Arumughan, V., Baby, A., Sunil, M. A., Pasquini, D., Nzihou, A., … & Gopakumar, D. A. (2020)..Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 1-13.
  20. Experimental Study on the Flexural Creep Behaviors of Pultruded Unidirectional Carbon/Glass Fiber-Reinforced Hybrid Bars Mayookh Lal, H., Xian, G., Thomas, S., Zhang, L., Zhang, Z., & Wang, H. (2020)..Materials13(4), 976.
  21. Hydrodynamic Considerations of Micro-/Nano-Scale Flows Thomas, S., & Mitra, A. (2020)..International Journal of Applied Physics4.
  22. Preparation, characterization and antimicrobial activity of polyvinyl alcohol/gum arabic/chitosan composite films incorporated with black pepper essential oil and ginger essential oil.Amalraj, A., Haponiuk, J. T., Thomas, S., & Gopi, S. (2020).International Journal of Biological Macromolecules151, 366-375.
  23. Application of novel zinc oxide reinforced xanthan gum hybrid system for edible coatings.Joshy, K. S., Jose, J., Li, T., Thomas, M., Shankregowda, A. M., Sreekumaran, S., … & Thomas, S. (2020). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules151, 806-813.
  24. Effect of filler loading on polymer chain confinement and thermomechanical properties of epoxy/boron nitride (h-BN) nanocomposites Joy, J., George, E., Thomas, S., & Anas, S. (2020)..New Journal of Chemistry44(11), 4494-4503.
  25. Casein mediated synthesis of stabilized metal/metal-oxide nanoparticles with varied surface morphology through pH alteration Rakhimol, K. R., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Jayachandran, K. (2020)..Materials Chemistry and Physics246, 122803.
  26. Sodium itaconate grafted nanocellulose for facile elimination of lead ion from water.Vadakkekara, G. J., Thomas, S., & Nair, C. R. (2020). Cellulose, 1-16.
  27. Polylactic acid/nano chitosan composite fibers and their morphological, physical characterization for the removal of cadmium (II) from water Thomas, M. S., Pillai, P. K., Faria, M., Cordeiro, N., Kailas, L., Kalarikkal, N., … & Pothen, L. A. (2020)..Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 48993.
  28. Microstructural features affecting mechanical properties: Effect of processing on dispersion of carbon black (N220) nanoparticles reinforcement in poly (lactic acid)Rane, A. V., Kanny, K., Mathew, A., Pandurangan, M. T., & Thomas, S. (2020)..Surfaces and Interfaces18, 100451.
  29. Carboxymethylcellulose hybrid nanodispersions for edible coatings with potential anti-cancer properties Joshy, K. S., Augustine, R., Li, T., Snigdha, S., Hasan, A., Komalan, C., … & Thomas, S. (2020)..International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.

 

 

  1. Novel interpenetrating polymeric network based microbeads for delivery of poorly water soluble drug. Journal of Polymer Research, 27(4), 1-11Ghosal, K., Adak, S., Agatemor, C., Praveen, G., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2020)..

 

  1. Polylactic acid/nano chitosan composite fibers and their morphological, physical characterization for the removal of cadmium (II) from waterThomas, M. S., Pillai, P. K., Faria, M., Cordeiro, N., Kailas, L., Kalarikkal, N., … & Pothen, L. A.. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 48993.

 

(2019)

  1. Defects-focused analysis of calcium-substitution-induced structural transformation of magnesium ferrite nanocrystals Abraham, A. R., Sanyal, D., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Nambissan, P. M. G. (2020).. New Journal of Chemistry.
  2. Influence of layering pattern of modified kenaf fiber on thermomechanical properties of epoxy composites.Mohammed, A. R., Atiqah, M. N., Gopakumar, D. A., Fazita, M. R., Rizal, S., Hermawan, D., … & Khalil, H. A. (2019). Progress in Rubber, Plastics and Recycling Technology, 1477760619895010
  3. Recent advances in graphene based photoresponsive materialsProgress in Natural Science Chi, H., Murali, K., Li, T., & Thomas, S. (2019).: Materials International.
  4. Reliable optoelectronic switchable device implementation by CdS nanowires conjugated bent-core liquid crystal matrix Asiya, S. I., Pal, K., El-Sayyad, G. S., Elkodous, M. A., Demetriades, C., Kralj, S., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Organic Electronics, 105592.
  5. Constructing sustained‐release herbicide formulations based on poly‐3‐hydroxybutyrate and natural materials as a degradable matrix Yiselev, E. G., Boyandin, A. N., Zhila, N. O., Prudnikova, S. V., Shumilova, A. A., Baranovskiy, S. V., … & Volova, T. G. (2019).. Pest Management Science.
  6. Crystallization kinetics, morphology and spherulite growth in poly (trimethylene terephthalate) modified with bisphenol-A diglycidyl ether. Sarathchandran, C., Ziang, L., Shanks, R. A., Chan, C. H., Sekkar, V., & Thomas, S. (2019). Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 1-11
  7. Recent Advances in Cross-linked Polyethylene-based Nanocomposites for High Voltage Engineering Applications: A Critical ReviewIndustrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, Thomas, J., Joseph, B., Jose, J. P., Maria, H. J., Main, P., Ali Rahman, A., … & Thomas, S. (2019). 58(46), 20863-20879.
  8. Thermal, mechanical and biodegradation studies of biofiller based poly-3-hydroxybutyrate biocomposites Thomas, S., Shumilova, A. A., Kiselev, E. G., Baranovsky, S. V., Vasiliev, A. D., Nemtsev, I. V., … & Volova, T. G. (2019).. International journal of biological macromolecules.
  9. Cure characteristics of nanocomposites containing imidazolium ionic liquid modified carbon nanotubes and styrene butadiene rubber Abraham, J., Zacharia, A. K., & George, S. C. (2018).. Material Sci & Eng2(6), 217-219.
  10. Flame retardant epoxy composites on the road of innovation: an analysis with flame retardancy index for future development. Movahedifar, E., Vahabi, H., Saeb, M. R., & Thomas, S. (2019). Molecules24(21), 3964.
  11. Development of Electrochemical Nanosensor for the Detection of Malaria Parasite in Clinical Sample Adekunle, A. S., Obisesan, O. R., Oyekunle, J. A., Thomas, S., Nkambule, T. T., & Mamba, B. B. (2019, September). s. In Meeting Abstracts(No. 52, pp. 2270-2270). The Electrochemical Society.
  12. In-situ synthesis and characterization of biocompatible magnetic ginger nanofiber composites for copper (II) removal from water Jacob, J., Peter, G., Thomas, S., Haponiuk, J. T., & Gopi, S. (2019).. Materials Today Communications21, 100690.
  13. Defects characterisation and studies of structural properties of sol–gel synthesised MgFe2O4 nanocrystals through positron annihilation and supportive spectroscopic methods.Abraham, A. R., Raneesh, B., Nambissan, P. M. G., Sanyal, D., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2019). Philosophical Magazine, 1-30.
  14. Natural rubber nanocomposites with MWCNT@ POSS hybrid filler: Preparation and properties Somasekharan, L., Xavier, P., Bose, S., Zachariah, A. K., Kalarikkal, N., Kumar, S. A., & Thomas, S.. Polymer Composites.
  15. Effect of blend ratio and compatibilisation on the electrical and dielectric properties of nylon copolymer (6, 66)/EPDM rubber blends Komalan, C., Poothanari, M. A., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Polymer Engineering & Science.
  16. CuO–ZnO nanocomposite films with efficient interfacial charge transfer characteristics for optoelectronic applications Anu, A., & Khadar, M. A. (2019).. SN Applied Sciences1(9), 1057.
  17. Development of titanium dioxide nanowire incorporated poly (vinylidene fluoride–trifluoroethylene) scaffolds for bone tissue engineering applications Augustine, A., Augustine, R., Hasan, A., Raghuveeran, V., Rouxel, D., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine30(8), 96.
  18. Biodegradation of Green Polymeric Composites Materials. Karthika, M., Shaji, N., Johnson, A., Neelakandan, M. S., Gopakumar, D. A., & Thomas, S. (2019). Bio Monomers for Green Polymeric Composite Materials, 141-159.
  19. Biomedical applications of gold nanoparticles Murali, K., Neelakandan, M. S., & Thomas, S. (2018).. JSM Nanotechnol Nanomed6(1), 1064.
  20. Constructing Slow-Release Fungicide Formulations Based on Poly (3-hydroxybutyrate) and Natural Materials as a Degradable Matrix Volova, T., Prudnikova, S., Boyandin, A., Zhila, N., Kiselev, E., Shumilova, A., … & Thomas, S. (2019).. Journal of agricultural and food chemistry67(33), 9220-9231.
  21. New-fangled sources of cellulose extraction: comparative study of the effectiveness of Cissus latifolia and Ficus benghalensis cellulose as a filler Reghunadhan, A., Sivan, N. G., Shibina, S. K., Mary, S. K., Koshy, R. R., Datta, J., & Thomas, S. (2019. Materials Chemistry Frontiers3(10), 2025-2031.
  22. Novel bio compactable silver nanowires and nanocubes: An effective treatment against carbapenem and vancomycin resistant strains isolated from cancer patients Jose, J., Nair, A. K., Kalarikkal, N., Oluwafemi, O., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society.
  23. Optical and Structural Characteristics of Two Dimensional Transition Metal Dichalcogenide Materials.Santhosh, N. M., Mishina, E. D., Shestakova, A., & Thomas, S. (2019). Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics14(8), 1048-1055
  24. Morphology correlated investigation on mechanical and dielectric properties of plasticized poly vinyl chloride/MWCNT nanocomposites Francis, E., Kim, J. W., Anu, A. S., Varughese, K. T., Kim, J., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Functional Composites and Structures1(3), 035004.
  25. Compatibilising action of multiwalled carbon nanotubes in polycarbonate/polypropylene (PC/PP) blends: phase morphology, viscoelastic phase separation, rheology and percolation.Poothanari, M. A., Xavier, P., Bose, S., Kalarikkal, N., Komalan, C., & Thomas, S. (2019). Journal of Polymer Research26(8), 178.
  26. Biosynthesis and properties of P (3HB/3HV/3H4MV) produced by using 2 Cupriavidus eutrophus B-10646Tatiana, V., Olga, M., Natalia, Z., Alexander, V., Ivan, P., Ekaterina, S., & Sabu, T. (2018)..
  27. Nanoparticle-and Nanoporous-Membrane-Mediated Delivery of Therapeutics.Mabrouk, M., Rajendran, R., Soliman, I. E., Ashour, M. M., Beherei, H. H., Tohamy, K. M., … & Das, D. B. (2019). Pharmaceutics11(6), 294.
  28. In Situ Decoration of Gold Nanoparticles on Graphene Oxide via Nanosecond Laser Ablation for Remarkable Chemical Sensing and Catalysis Nancy, P., Nair, A. K., Antoine, R., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2019).. Nanomaterials9(9), 1201.
  29. Developing Polyaniline Filled Isoprene Composite Fibers by Electrospinning: Effect of Filler Concentration on the Morphology and Glass Transition. Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Al-Maadeed, M. A. A., & Thomas, S. (2019). Polymer Science, Series A61(2), 194-202.
  30. General scenarios of cellulose and its use in the biomedical field Gopi, S., Balakrishnan, P., Chandradhara, D., Poovathankandy, D., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Materials Today Chemistry13, 59-78.
  31. Structure and Dynamics of Gold Nanoparticles Decorated with Chitosan-Gentamicin Conjugates: ReaxFF Molecular Dynamics Simulations to disclose, Drug Delivery. Monti, S., Jose, J., Athira, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics.
  32. Mechanical and Permeability Properties of Thermoplastic Starch Composites Reinforced with Cellulose Nanofiber for Packaging Applications.Balakrishnan, P., Gopi, S., Geethamma, V. G., & Thomas, S. (2019). Журнал Сибирского федерального университета.Биология. Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology 2019 12 (3)
  33. Functionalized theranostic nanocarriers with bio-inspired polydopamine for tumor imaging and chemo-photothermal therapy. Farokhi, M., Mottaghitalab, F., Saeb, M. R., & Thomas, S. (2019). Journal of Controlled Release.
  34. rGO/ZnO nanorods/Cu based nanocomposite having flower shaped morphology: AC conductivity and humidity sensing response studies at room temperature Kuntal, D., Chaudhary, S., Kumar, A. K., Megha, R., Ramana, C. V., Kiran, Y. R., … & Kim, D. (2019).. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 30(16), 15544-15552.
  35. Bio-epoxy resins with inherent flame retardancy Rad, E. R., Vahabi, H., de Anda, A. R., Saeb, M. R., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Progress in Organic Coatings, 135, 608-612.
  36. A novel green approach for the preparation of high performance nitrile butadiene rubber-pristine graphene nanocomposites. Thomas, B., Maria, H. J., George, G., Thomas, S., Unnikrishnan, N. V., & Joseph, K. (2019). Composites Part B: Engineering, 175, 107174.
  37. Effect of MA-g-PP Compatibilizer on Morphology and Electrical Properties of MWCNT Based Blend Nanocomposites: New Strategy to Enhance the Dispersion of MWCNTs in Immiscible Poly (Trimethylene Terephthalate)/Polypropylene Blends. Ramachandran, A. A., Mathew, L. P., & Thomas, S. (2019). European Polymer Journal.
  38. Status and future scope of plant-based green hydrogels in biomedical engineering. Mohammadinejad, R., Maleki, H., Larrañeta, E., Fajardo, A. R., Nik, A. B., Shavandi, A., … & Cabane, E. (2019). Applied Materials Today, 16, 213-246.
  39. Injectable poloxamer/graphene oxide hydrogels with well‐controlled mechanical and rheological properties. Polymers for Advanced Technologies.Rohani Rad, E., Vahabi, H., Formela, K., Saeb, M. R., & Thomas, S. (2019).
  40. Thermal, biodegradation and theoretical perspectives on nanoscale confinement in starch/cellulose nanocomposite modified via green crosslinker. International journal of biological macromolecules, 134, 781-790.Balakrishnan, P., Geethamma, V. G., Gopi, S., Thomas, M. G., Kunaver, M., Huskić, M., … & Thomas, S. (2019).
  41. Morphologically correlated surface characteristics of poly (trimethylene terephthalate)/multiwalled carbon nanotube nanocomposites,Kunjappan, A. M., Ramachandran, A. A., Padmanabhan, M., Mathew, L. P., & Thomas, S. (2019)..Functional Composites and Structures.
  42. Super-hydrophobic graphene oxide-azobenzene hybrids for improved hydrophobicity of polyurethane, Karthika, M., Chi, H., Li, T., Wang, H., & Thomas, S. (2019)..Composites Part B: Engineering, 106978.
  43. Effect of plasma modification of polyethylene on natural fibre composites prepared via rotational mouldingSari, P. S., Thomas, S., Spatenka, P., Ghanam, Z., & Jenikova, Z. (2019)..Composites Part B: Engineering, 107344.
  44. Nano formulated proanthocyanidins as an effective wound healing component,Rajakumari, R., Volova, T., Oluwafemi, O. S., Kumar, R., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2019).. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 110056.
  45. Multiorgan histopathological changes in the juvenile seabream Sparus aurata as a biomarker for zinc oxide particles toxicityBeegam, A., Lopes, M., Fernandes, T., Jose, J., Barreto, A., Oliveira, M., … & Pereira, M. L. (2019).. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-11..
  46. Influence of MOF ligands on the electrochemical and interfacial properties of PEO-based electrolytes for all-solid-state lithium batteries Mathew, D. E., Gopi, S., Kathiresan, M., Stephan, A. M., & Thomas, S. (2019). Electrochimica Acta.
  47. Functionalized photo-responsive polymeric system. In Advanced Functional Polymers for Biomedical Applications Upadhyay, K., Thomas, S., Tamrakar, R. K., & Kalarikkal, N. (2019). pp. 211-233). Elsevier.
  48. Titanium Nanorods Loaded PCL Meshes with Enhanced Blood Vessel Formation and Cell Migration for Wound Dressing Applications Augustine, R., Hasan, A., Patan, N. K., Augustine, A., Dalvi, Y. B., Varghese, R., … & Thomas, S. (2019).. Macromolecular bioscience, 1900058.
  49. Yttrium oxide nanoparticle loaded scaffolds with enhanced cell adhesion and vascularization for tissue engineering applications Augustine, R., Dalvi, Y. B., Nath, V. Y., Varghese, R., Raghuveeran, V., Hasan, A., … & Sandhyarani, N. (2019).. Materials Science and Engineering: C103, 109801.
  50. Epoxy/methyl methacrylate acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (MABS) copolymer blends: reaction-induced viscoelastic phase separation, morphology development and mechanical properties Joy, J., Winkler, K., Joseph, K., Anas, S., & Thomas, S. (2019).. New Journal of Chemistry43(23), 9216-9225.
  51. Tuning of nonlinear absorption in highly luminescent CdSe based quantum dots with core–shell and core/multi-shell architectures Bhagyaraj, S., Perumbilavil, S., Udayabashkar, R., Mangalaraja, R. V., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Oluwafemi, O. S. (2019).. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics21(21), 11424-11434.
  52. Graphene Nanobuds: A New Second Generation Phosgene Sensor with Ultra-Low Detection Limit in Aqueous Solution Ravi, P., Thangadurai, D. T., Nataraj, D., Senthilkumar, K., Manonmani, G., Kalarikkal, N., … & Govindh, P. (2019).. ACS applied materials & interfaces.
  53. Chemical modification of graphene with grape seed extract: Its structural, optical and antimicrobial properties Yaragalla, S., Rajendran, R., AlMaadeed, M. A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Materials Science and Engineering: C102, 305-314.
  54. Free volume defects and transport properties of mechanically stable polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane embedded poly (vinyl alcohol)‐poly (ethylene oxide) blend membranes.Swapna, V. P., Nambissan, P. M. G., Thomas, S. P., Vayyaprontavida Kaliyathan, A., Jose, T., George, S. C., … & Stephen, R. (2019). Polymer International.
  55. Synthesis and characterization of interpenetrating polymeric networks based bio-composite alginate film: A well-designed drug delivery platform Ghosal, K., Das, A., Das, S. K., Mahmood, S., Ramadan, M. A. M., & Thomas, S. (2019. International journal of biological macromolecules130, 645-654.
  56. Novel processing parameters for the extraction of cellulose nanofibres (CNF) from environmentally benign pineapple leaf fibres (PALF): Structure-property relationships.Ravindran, L., Sreekala, M. S., & Sabu, T. (2019). International journal of biological macromolecules.
  57. Effect of synthesis process on particle size and band gap of Er3+ doped Y2Sio5. Upadhyay, K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Tamrakar, R. K. (2019, May). In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2104, No. 1, p. 030017). AIP Publishing.
  58. Excellent electromagnetic shield derived from MWCNT reinforced NR/PP blend nanocomposites with tailored microstructural properties.Sharika, T., Abraham, J., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019 Composites Part B: Engineering.
  59. Reduced Graphene Oxide/ZnO Nanorods Nanocomposite: Structural, Electrical and Electrochemical Properties Chaudhary, S., James, L. S., Kumar, A. K., Ramana, C. V., Mishra, D. K., Thomas, S., & Kim, D. (2019).. Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials, 1-9.
  60. Molecular transport of aromatic solvents through oil palm micro fiber filled nitrile rubber composites Joseph, S., Jose, A. J., Wilson, R., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2019)..Materials Today: Proceedings, 9, 266-278.
  61. Free Volume Defect and Transport Properties of Mechanically Stable Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane Embedded Poly (vinyl alcohol)‐Poly (ethylene oxide) Blend Membranes Swapna, V. P., Nambissan, P. M. G., Thomas P, S., Vayyaprontavida Kaliyathan, A., Jose, T., George, S. C., … & Stephen, R.. Polymer International.
  62. Development of oral‐fluid‐impervious and fracture‐resistant silver–poly (methyl methacrylate) nanoformulations for intra‐oral/extra‐oral rehabilitation. Gopalakrishnan, S., Raj, I., Mathew T, A., Abraham, J., Maria, H. J., Mozetič, M., …& Kalarikkal, N. (2019). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 47669.
  63. Photocatalytic degradation of methyl orange using MgFe2O4@ TiO2 core-shell nanoparticles.Ummer, R. P., Gopinath, P., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2019, March). In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2082, No. 1, p. 030028). AIP Publishing.
  64. Poly (ε-caprolactone) Microsphere Decorated with Nano-ZnO Based Phytoformulation: A Promising Antimicrobial Agent.Snigdha, S., Rahul, M., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., & Radhakrishnan, E. K. (2019). Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials, 1-11.
  65. Mechanical properties and pervaporation separation performance of CTAB-modified cage-structured POSS-incorporated PVA membrane. Swapna, V. P., Thomas, S. P., Jose, T., Moni, G., George, S. C., Thomas, S., & Stephen, R. Journal of Materials Science, 1-13.
  66. Robust Superhydrophobic Cellulose Nanofiber Aerogel for multifunctional Environmental Applications. Hasan. M, Deepu A. Gopakumar, Vishnu Arumughan, Yasir Beeran Pottathara, Sisanth K.S, Daniel Pasquini, Matej Bračič, Bastien Seantier, Nzihou A.,Sabu Thomas, Samsul Rizal, Abdul Khalil H.P.S. Accepted in Polymers, 2019.
  67. Nanolignocellulose Extracted from Environmentally Undesired Prosopis juliflora. ACS Omega, 4(2), 4330-4338.Valencia, L., Arumughan, V., Jalvo, B., Maria, H. J., Thomas, S., & Mathew, A. P. (2019).
  68. Role of CNT/clay hybrid on the mechanical, electrical and transport properties of NBR/NR blends. Thomas, S., Abraham, J., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2019). Polymer Bulletin, 1-16.
  69. Vulcanization kinetics and mechanical properties of organically modified nanoclay incorporated natural and chlorobutyl rubber nanocomposites. Polymer Testing.Zachariah, A. K., Chandra, A. K., Mohammed, P. K., & Thomas, S. (2019).
  70. Magnetic Performance and Defect Characterization studies of Core-shell Architectured MgFe2O4@ BaTiO3 Multiferroic Nanostructures Abraham, A. R., Joseph, S., Nambissan, P. M. G., Das, D., Rouxel, D., Oluwafemi, O. S., … & Kalarikkal, N. (2019). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics.
  71. Isolation and characterization of stable nanofiber from turmeric spent using chemical treatment by acid hydrolysis and its potential as antimicrobial and antioxidant activities. Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Jude, S., Benson, K. T., Balakrishnan, P., Haponiuk, J. T., & Thomas, S. (2019). Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A, 1-14.
  72. Maleic acid modified cellulose for scavenging lead from water. Vadakkekara, G. J., Thomas, S., & Nair, C. P. R. (2019). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.
  73. Chitosan and polyvinyl alcohol nanocomposites with cellulose nanofibers from ginger rhizomes and its antimicrobial activities. Jacob, J., Peter, G., Thomas, S., Haponiuk, J. T., & Gopi, S. (2019). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.
  74. Enhancing humidity sensing performance of polyaniline/water soluble graphene oxide composite. Chethan, B., Prakash, H. R., Ravikiran, Y. T., Vijayakumari, S. C., Ramana, C. V., Thomas, S., & Kim, D. (2019). Talanta, 196, 337-344.
  75. Physicochemical, mechanical, barrier and antibacterial properties of starch nanocomposites crosslinked with pre-oxidised sucrose.Balakrishnan, P., Sreekala, M. S., Geethamma, V. G., Kalarikkal, N., Kokol, V., Volova, T., & Thomas, S. (2019). Industrial Crops and Products, 130, 398-408.
  76. Ionic liquid modified multiwalled carbon nanotube embedded styrene butadiene rubber membranes for the selective removal of toluene from toluene/methanol mixture via pervaporatioAbraham, J., Jose, T., Moni, G., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2018). Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers.(just accepted)
  77. Carbon nanotube reinforced poly (trimethylene terephthalate) nanocomposites: Viscoelastic properties and chain confinement,Aswathi, M. K., Padmanabhan, M., Mathew, L., Saha, P., Terzano, R., Kalarikkal, N., …& Thomas, S. (2019).. Polymer Engineering & Science, 59(S1), E435-E445.
  78. UV-Induced reduction of graphene oxide in cellulose nanofibril composites,Pottathara, Y. B., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., Griesser, T., Grohens, Y., Bobnar, V., …& Kargl, R. (2019).. New Journal of Chemistry, 43(2), 681-688.
  79. White paper on the future of plasma science and technology in plastics and textiles,Cvelbar, U., Walsh, J. L., Černák, M., de Vries, H. W., Reuter, S., Belmonte, T., … & Puliyalil, H. Plasma Processes and Polymers, 1700228.
  80. Soft, Self-Assembly Liquid Crystalline Nanocomposite for Superior Switching.Pal, K., Sajjadifar, S., Elkodous, M. A., Alli, Y. A., Gomes, F., Jeevanandam, J., …& Sigov, A. (2019). Electronic Materials Letters, 15(1), 84-101.
  81. Bionanocomposite films based on potato, tapioca starch and chitosan reinforced with cellulose nanofiber isolated from turmeric spent Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Jude, S., Thomas, S., & Guo, Q. (2019)..Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers.
  82. High performance EMI shielding material based on an effective mixing protocol Kunjappan, A. M., Poothanari, M. A., Ramachandran, A. A., Padmanabhan, M., Mathew, L., & Thomas, S. (2019), Polymer International.
  83. Effect of starch reduced graphene oxide on thermal and mechanical properties of phenol formaldehyde resin nanocomposites Sandhya, P. K., Sreekala, M. S., Padmanabhan, M., Jesitha, K., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Composites Part B: Engineering, 167, 83-92.
  84. Development of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride)/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites for energy storage applications Akhina, H., Arif, P. M., Nair, M. G., Nandakumar, K., & Thomas, S. (2019).. Polymer Testing, 73, 250-257.
  85. Antimicrobial properties of MFe2O4 (M= Mn, Mg)/reduced graphene oxide composites synthesized via solvothermal method.Jose, J., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Oluwafemi, O. S. (2019). Materials Science and Engineering: C, 95, 43-48.
  86. Novel ethylene diamine functionalised nanocellulose/poly (ethylene-co-acrylic acid) composites for biomedical applications. Chenampulli, S., Unnikrishnan, G., Thomas, S., & Narine, S. S. Cellulose, 1-15.
  87. Novel applications of multiferroic heterostructures Abraham, A. R., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N (2018)..Chemical Technology and Informatics in Chemistry with Applications, Series: Innovations in Physical Chemistry: Monograph Series.

(2018)

  1. Development of biocompatible and biofilm-resistant silver-poly (methylmethacrylate) nanocomposites for stomatognathic rehabilitation. Gopalakrishnan, S., Mathew T, A., Mozetič, M., Jose, J., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018). International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, 1-14.
  2. Influence of POSS fillers on the transport properties of natural rubber nanocomposites.Lakshmipriya, S., Anil Kumar, S., Nandakumar, K., & Thomas, S. (2018)Polymer Composites.
  3. Pervaporation separation of an azeotropic mixture of a tetrahydrofuran–water system with nanostructured polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane embedded poly (vinyl alcohol). Swapna, V. P., Jose, T., George, S. C., Thomas, S., & Stephen, R. (2018). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 47060.
  4. Preparation and characterization of nanocomposite films based on gum arabic, maltodextrin and polyethylene glycol reinforced with turmeric nanofiber isolated from turmeric spent Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Kalarikkal, N., Zhang, J., Thomas, S., & Guo, Q. (2018).. Materials Science and Engineering: C.
  5. Chitin nanowhisker–Inspired electrospun PVDF membrane for enhanced oil-water separation. Gopi, S., Kargl, R., Kleinschek, K. S., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2018). Journal of environmental management, 228, 249-259.
  6. Fabrication of cellulose acetate/chitosan blend films as efficient adsorbent for anionic water pollutants Gopi, S., Pius, A., Kargl, R., Kleinschek, K. S., & Thomas, S. (2018)..Polymer Bulletin, 1-15.
  7. Use of green chemistry methods in the extraction of dietary fibers from cactus rackets (Opuntia ficus indica): Structural and microstructural studies Rouhou, M. C., Abdelmoumen, S., Thomas, S., Attia, H., & Ghorbel, D. (2018)..International journal of biological macromolecules, 116, 901-910.
  8. Ionic liquid functionalised reduced graphene oxide fluoroelastomer nanocomposites with enhanced mechanical, dielectric and viscoelastic properties Moni, G., Mayeen, A., Mohan, A., George, J. J., Thomas, S., & George, S. C. (2018. European Polymer Journal, 109, 277-287.
  9. Enhancing Humidity Sensing Performance of Polyaniline/Water Soluble Graphene Oxide Composite. Chethan, B., Prakash, H. R., Ravikiran, Y. T., Vijayakumari, S. C., Ramana, C. V., Thomas, S., & Kim, D. (2018). Talanta.
  10. Pervaporation separation of an azeotropic mixture of a tetrahydrofuran–water system with nanostructured polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane embedded poly (vinyl alcoholSwapna, V. P., Jose, T., George, S. C., Thomas, S., & Stephen, R. (2018).). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 47060.
  11. Effect of surface modification of jute fiber on the mechanical properties and durability of jute fiber-reinforced epoxy composites,Dilfi K.F., A., Balan, A., Bin, H., Xian, G., Thomas, S. (2018)Polymer Composites
  12. Novel core-shell dextran hybrid nanosystem for anti-viral drug delivery.Joshy, K. S., George, A., Snigdha, S., Joseph, B., Kalarikkal, N., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2018). Materials Science and Engineering: C, 93, 864-872.
  13. Highly lithium ion conductive, Al2O3 decorated electrospun P (VDF-TrFE) membranes for Lithium ion battery separatorBicy, K., Suriyakumar, S., Anu, A. S., Kalarikkal, N., Stephan, A. M., Geethamma, V. G., … & Thomas, S. (2018). r. New Journal of Chemistry.
  14. Electrospinning Tissue Engineering and Wound Dressing Scaffolds from Polymer–Titanium Dioxide Nanocomposites Ghosal, K., Agatemor, C., Špitálsky, Z., Thomas, S., & Kny, E. (2018)..Chemical Engineering Journal.
  15. Toxic effects of the fungicide tebuconazole on the root system of fusarium-infected wheat plants Shishatskaya, E., Menzyanova, N., Zhila, N., Prudnikova, S., Volova, T., & Thomas, S. (2018).. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 132, 400-407.
  16. Antimicrobial properties of MFe2O4 (M= Mn, Mg)/reduced graphene oxide composites synthesized via solvothermal method Jose, J., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Oluwafemi, O. S. (2018).. Materials Science and Engineering: C.
  17. Use of Ginger Nanofibers for the Preparation of Cellulose Nanocomposites and Their Antimicrobial ActivitiesJacob, J., Haponiuk, J., Thomas, S., Peter, G., & Gopi, S. (2018)..Fibers, 6(4), 79.
  18. Biomass for water defluoridation and current understanding on biosorption mechanisms: A reviewManna, S., Roy, D., Adhikari, B., Thomas, S., & Das, P. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy.
  19. Investigation of the mechanical, thermal and transport properties of NR/NBR blends: impact of organoclay content.Thomas, S., Thomas, S., Abraham, J., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2018). Journal of Polymer Research, 25(8), 165.
  20. Effect of organoclay on the solvent diffusion behavior and mechanical properties of natural rubber nanocompositesMeera, A. P., Thomas, S., Zachariah, A. K., & Yang, W. (2018)..Polymer Composites, 39(9), 3110-3118.
  21. High-k dielectric percolative nanocomposites based on multiwalled carbon nanotubes and polyvinyl chloride.Francis, E., Ko, H. U., Kim, J. W., Kim, H. C., Kalarikkal, N., Varughese, K., … & Thomas, S. (2018). Journal of Materials Chemistry C6(30), 8152-8159.
  22. Use of green chemistry methods in the extraction of dietary fibers from cactus rackets (Opuntia ficus indica): Structural and microstructural studies Rouhou, M. C., Abdelmoumen, S., Thomas, S., Attia, H., & Ghorbel, D. (2018)..International journal of biological macromolecules, 116, 901-910.
  23. Ionic liquid functionalised reduced graphene oxide fluoroelastomer nanocomposites with enhanced mechanical, dielectric and viscoelastic properties Moni, G., Mayeen, A., Mohan, A., George, J. J., Thomas, S., & George, S. C. (2018. European Polymer Journal, 109, 277-287
  24. In situ dose dependent gamma ray irradiated synthesis of PMMA–Ag nanocomposite films for multifunctional applications. Bhavitha, K. B., Nair, A. K., Mariya, H., Jose, J., Mayeen, A., Kala, M. S., …& Kalarikkal, N. (2018).New Journal of Chemistry.(Just Accepted)
  25. Cellulose Nanofiber Based Polyaniline Flexible Papers as Sustainable Microwave Absorbers in the X-band, Gopakumar, D.; Pai, A. ; Pottathara, Y.; Pasquini, D. ; Carlos de Morais, L.; Luke, M. ; Kalarikkal, N.; Grohens, Y.; Thomas, S.(2018). ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces .Manuscript ID: am-2018-04549g.R2
  26. Biosynthesis and properties of P (3HB-co-3HV-co-3H4MV) produced by using the wild‐type strain Cupriavidus eutrophus B-10646Volova, T., Menshikova, O., Zhila, N., Vasiliev, A., Kiselev, E., Peterson, I., … & Thomas, S..Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology.
  27. Pervaporation separation of an azeotropic mixture of a tetrahydrofuran–water system with nanostructured polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane embedded poly (vinyl alcohol). Swapna, V. P., Jose, T., George, S. C., Thomas, S., & Stephen, R. (2018). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 47060.
  28. Electrospun polylactic acid-chitosan composite: a bio-based alternative for inorganic composites for advanced application. Thomas, M. S., Pillai, P. K., Faria, M., Cordeiro, N., Barud, H., Thomas, S., & Pothen, L. A. (2018). Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine29(9), 137.
  29. Use of green chemistry methods in the extraction of dietary fibers from cactus rackets (Opuntia ficus indica): Structural and microstructural studies.Rouhou, M. C., Abdelmoumen, S., Thomas, S., Attia, H., & Ghorbel, D. (2018). International journal of biological macromolecules, 116, 901-910.
  30. An Effective EMI Shielding Material Based on Poly (trimethylene terephthalate) Blend Nanocomposites with Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes. Ajitha, A. R., Aswathi, M. K., Geethamma, V. G., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., & Volova, T. G. (2018).New Journal of Chemistry.
  31. Investigation of the mechanical, thermal and transport properties of NR/NBR blends: impact of organoclay content. Thomas, S., Thomas, S., Abraham, J., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2018).Journal of Polymer Research, 25(8), 165.
  32. Development and Modification of Cellulose Acetate/Carboxy Methyl Cellulose Blend Films for Enhanced Adsorption of Methylene Blue Gopi, S., Balakrishnan, P., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2018, August).. In Macromolecular Symposia(Vol. 380, No. 1, p. 1800107).
  33. Effect of organically modified clay on the morphology, rheology and viscoelasticity of epoxy–thermoplastic nanocomposites. Surendran, A., Pionteck, J., Vogel, R., Kalarikkal, N., Geethamma, V. G., & Thomas, S. (2018). Polymer Testing.
  34. Cellulose Nanomaterials in Biomedical, Food, and Nutraceutical Applications: A Review.Amalraj, A., Gopi, S., Thomas, S., & Haponiuk, J. T. (2018, August). In Macromolecular Symposia(Vol. 380, No. 1, p. 1800115).
  35. Dietary supplements containing vitamins and minerals: Formulation, optimization and evaluationRajakumari, R., Oluwafemi, O. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018).. Powder Technology.
  36. Influence of linear and branched amine functionalization in mesoporous silica on the thermal, mechanical and barrier properties of sustainable Poly (lactic acid) biocomposite films. Loganathan, S., Jacob, J., Valapa, R. B., & Thomas, S. (2018).Polymer.
  37. Biopolymer based nanomaterials in drug delivery systems: A reviewJacob, J., Haponiuk, J. T., Thomas, S., & Gopi, S. (2018)..Materials Today Chemistry, 9, 43-55.
  38. High performing magnesium aluminate-coated separator for lithium batteries. Raja, M., Bicy, K., Suriyakumar, S., Angulakshmi, N., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2018). Ionics, 1-7.
  39. Metal-organic frameworks based membrane as a permselective separator for lithium-sulfur batteries,Suriyakumar, S., Kanagaraj, M., Kathiresan, M., Angulakshmi, N., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2018).. Electrochimica Acta,265, 151-159.
  40. Electrospinning over Solvent Casting: Tuning of Mechanical Properties of Membranes,Ghosal, K., Chandra, A., Praveen, G., Snigdha, S., Roy, S., Agatemor, C., …& Provaznik, I. (2018).. Scientific reports, 8(1), 5058.
  41. Effect of surface modification of jute fiber on the mechanical properties and durability of jute fiber-reinforced epoxy composites,Dilfi KF, A., Balan, A., Bin, H., Xian, G., & Thomas, S..(2018).. Polymer Composites.
  42. Polyurethane glycolysate from industrial waste recycling to develop low dielectric constant, thermally stable materials suitable for the electronicsReghunadhan, A., Datta, J., Jaroszewski, M., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2018)..Arabian Journal of Chemistry.
  43. Synthesis and characterization of poly (benzyl trimethyl ammonium chloride) ionic polymer Mathew, M. E., Ahmad, I., Thomas, S., Daik, R., & Kassim, M. (2018, April)..In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 1940, No. 1, p. 020108). AIP Publishing.
  44. Interface engineered ferrite@ ferroelectric core-shell nanostructures: A facile approach to impart superior magneto-electric couplingAbraham, A. R., Raneesh, B., Das, D., Oluwafemi, O. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018, April).. In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 1942, No. 1, p. 020002). AIP Publishing.
  45. Reduced graphene oxide wrapped Ag nanostructures for enhanced SERS activityNair, A. K., Kala, M. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018, April).. In AIP Conference Proceedings(Vol. 1942, No. 1, p. 050094). AIP Publishing.
  46. Silver-attached reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite as an eco-friendly photocatalyst for organic dye degradation Jose, P. P. A., Kala, M. S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S..(2018)..  Research on Chemical Intermediates, 1-25.
  47. Fracture resistant, Antibiofilm adherent, self-assembled PMMA/ZnO nanoformulations for Biomedical applications: Physico-chemical and biological perspectives of nano reinforcement (2018).. Raj, I., Mozetic, M., Prabhu, J. V., Jose, J., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018).. 
  48. Reduced graphene oxide and ZnO decorated graphene for biomedical applicationsSandhya, P. K., Jose, J., Sreekala, M. S., Padmanabhan, M., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2018, Ceramics International
  49. Electrospun chitosan/polycaprolactone-hyaluronic acid bilayered scaffold for potential wound healing application,Chanda, A., Adhikari, J., Ghosh, A., Chowdhury, S. R., Thomas, S., Datta, P., & Saha, P. (2018).. International journal of Biological Macromolecules.
  50. Static and Dynamic Mechanical Characteristics of Ionic Liquid Modified MWCNT-SBR Composites: Theoretical Perspectives for the Nanoscale Reinforcement Mechanism.Abraham, J., Thomas, J., Kalarikkal, N., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2018). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 122(4), 1525-1536..
  51. Tuning of Microstructure in engineered Poly (trimethylene terephthalate) based blends with Nano Inclusion as multifunctional additive,Polymer Testing, A. RAjitha, V. GGeethamma, Lovely Mathew, Prosenjit Saha, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Sabu Thomas,Polymer Testing, ISSN 0142-9418,
  52. Biosynthesis and properties of P (3HB‐co‐3HV‐co‐3H4MV) produced by using the wild‐type strain Cupriavidus eutrophus B‐10646.Volova, T., Menshikova, O., Zhila, N., Vasiliev, A., Kiselev, E., Peterson, I., … & Thomas,Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology.
  53. Thermoplastic–elastomer composition based on an interpenetrating polymeric network of styrene butadiene rubber–poly (methyl methacrylate) as an efficient vibrational damper. James, J., Thomas, G. V., Pramoda, K. P., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2018). New Journal of Chemistry, 42(3), 1939-1951.
  54. Effect of mechanical mixing method of preparation of polyaniline-transition metal oxide composites on DC conductivity and humidity sensing response Megha, R., Ravikiran, Y. T., Chethan, B., Prakash, H. R., Kumari, S. V., & Thomas, S. (2018).. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 1-9.
  55. Excellent Electromagnetic Interference Shielding and High Electrical conductivity of Compatibilized Polycarbonate/Polypropylene Carbon Nanotube Blend Nanocomposites Poothanari, M.Arif ; Abraham, J.; Kalarikkal, N; Thomas, S.,Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research;ie-2017-054064.R3
  56. Nitrogen doped graphene–Silver nanowire hybrids: An excellent anode material for lithium ion batteries. Nair, A. K., Elizabeth, I., Gopukumar, S., Thomas, S., Kala, M. S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018).Applied Surface Science428, 1119-1129.
  57. Nanocellulose: Extraction and application as a sustainable material for wastewater purification. Gopakumar, D. A., Manna, S., Pasquini, D., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2018). In New Polymer Nanocomposites for Environmental Remediation(pp. 469-486).
  58. Electrospinning over Solvent Casting: Tuning of Mechanical Properties of Membranes, Ghosal K., Chandra A., Govindh P., Snigdha S, Roy, Sudeep A., Christian Thomas, S. and Ivo Provaznik [Paper #SREP-17-49317A], (just accepted)
  59. Morphology correlated free volume studies of multi-walled carbon nanotube plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) nanocomposites: Positronium probes and electrical propertiesFrancis, E., Zhai, L., Kim, H. C., Ramachandran, R., Amarendra, G., Balerao, G. M., … & Thomas, S. (2018).. Polymer141, 232-243.
  60. Extraction and application as a sustainable material for wastewater purification Gopakumar, D. A., Manna, S., Pasquini, D., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2018). Nanocellulose:. In New Polymer Nanocomposites for Environmental Remediation (pp. 469-486).
  61. UV resistant transparent bionanocomposite films based on potato starch/cellulose for sustainable packaging. Balakrishnan, P., Gopi, S., & Thomas, S. (2017). Starch‐Stärke(just accepted)
  62. Effect of surface modification of jute fiber on the mechanical properties and durability of jute fiber-reinforced epoxy composites.Dilfi K.F., A., Balan, A., Bin, H., Xian, G. and Thomas, S. (2018), Polym. Compos.. doi:10.1002/pc.24817
  63. Metal-organic frameworks based membrane as a permselective separator for lithium-sulfur batteries Suriyakumar, S. & Madasamy, K. & Murugavel, K.& Natarajan, A.&Thomas, S & Stephan, A. (2018).. Electrochimica Acta. 265. 151-159. 10.1016/j.electacta.2018.01.155.
  64. Multifunctional nitrogen sulfur co-doped reduced graphene oxide–Ag nano hybrids (sphere, cube and wire) for nonlinear optical and SERS applications. Nair, A. K., Bhavitha, K. B., Perumbilavil, S., Sankar, P., Rouxel, D., Kala, M. S., …& Kalarikkal, N. (2018). Carbon. (just accepted)
  65. Chitosan-fatty acid interaction mediated growth of Langmuir monolayer and Langmuir-Blodgett films.Ahmed, I., Bal, J.K., Dildar, L., Dutta, S.B., Haque, A., Hazra, S., Kulkarni, M., Mukhopadhyay, M., Patra, P.G., Plaisier, J.R., & Thomas, S. (2017). Journal of colloid and interface science, 514, 433-442.
  66. Electrochemical studies on composite gel polymer electrolytes for lithium sulfur‐batteries Natarajan, A., Stephan, A. M., Chan, C. H., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017)..Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 134(11).
  67. Development of a flexible and conductive elastomeric composite based on chloroprene rubber. Maya, M. G., George, S. C., Jose, T., Kailas, L., & Thomas, S. (2018). Polymer Testing, 65, 256-263.
  68. Enhanced antimicrobial performance of cloisite 30B/poly (ε-caprolactone) over cloisite 30B/poly (l-lactic acid) as evidenced by structural features. Babu, S. S., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., & Radhakrishnan, E. K. (2018). Applied Clay Science, 153, 198-204

 

(2017)

  1. Static and Dynamic Mechanical Characteristics of Ionic Liquid Modified MWCNT-SBR Composites: Theoretical Perspectives for the Nanoscale Reinforcement Mechanism. Abraham, J., Thomas, J., Kalarikkal, N., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2018). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. Manuscript ID: jp-2017-10479u.R2

 

  1. Thermoplastic–elastomer composition based on an interpenetrating polymeric network of styrene butadiene rubber–poly (methyl methacrylate) as an efficient vibrational damper. New Journal of Chemistry James, J., Thomas, G. V., Pramoda, K. P., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2018).

 

  1. Facile synthesis of chitin nanocrystals decorated on 3D cellulose aerogels as a new multi-functional material for waste water treatment with enhanced anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant properties Gopi, S., Balakrishnan, P., Divya, C., Valic, S., Bajsic, E. G., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2017).. New Journal of Chemistry, 41(21), 12746-12755.
  2. Enhanced antimicrobial performance of cloisite 30B/poly (ε-caprolactone) over cloisite 30B/poly (l-lactic acid) as evidenced by structural features Babu, S. S., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., & Radhakrishnan, E. K. (2018).. Applied Clay Science153, 198-204.
  3. Dopamine functionalization of BaTiO 3: An effective strategy for the enhancement of electrical, magnetoelectric and thermal properties of BaTiO 3-PVDF–TrFE nanocomposite Mayeen, A., Kala, M. S., Jayalakshmy, M. S., Thomas, S., Rouxel, D., Philip, J., … & Kalarikkal, N. (2017).. Dalton Trans., 2018,47, 2039-2051
  4. Chitosan-fatty acid interaction mediated growth of Langmuir monolayer and Langmuir-Blodgett films Ahmed, I., Dildar, L., Haque, A., Patra, P., Mukhopadhyay, M., Hazra, S., … & Bal, J. K. (2017).. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.
  5. Development of a flexible and conductive elastomeric composite based on chloroprene rubber Maya, M. G., George, S. C., Jose, T., Kailas, L., & Thomas, S. (2017).. Polymer Testing.
  6. Dielectric and dye adsorption properties of luminescent-superparamagnetic MFe 2 O 4 (M= Mn, Mg)/reduced graphene oxide compositeThomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Oluwafemi, O. S. (2017). s. Ceramics International.
  7. Disposable Hydrogen Peroxide Sensor on Graphene Nanoplatelet-Coated Cellulose.Koshy, O., Pottathara, Y. B., Thomas, S., Petovar, B., & Finsgar, M. (2017). A Flexible, Current Analytical Chemistry, 13(6), 480-487.
  8. Poly (vinyl pyrrolidone)-lipid based hybrid nanoparticles for anti viral drug deliveryJoshy, K. S., Snigdha, S., Anne, G., Nandakumar, K., & Sabu, T. (2017)..Chemistry and physics of lipids.
  9. Mixed mode morphology in elastomeric blend nanocomposites: Effect on vulcanization, thermal stability and solvent permeability Zachariah, A. K., Kumar Chandra, A., Mohamed, P. K., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S..Polymer Composites.
  10. Nitrogen doped graphene–Silver nanSEED  Money: for owire hybrids: An excellent anode material for lithium ion batteries Nair, A. K., Elizabeth, I., Gopukumar, S., Thomas, S., Kala, M. S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2018).. Applied Surface Science, 428, 1119-1129.
  11. Room temperature magnetoelectric coupling effect in CuFe2O4-BaTiO3 core-shell and nanocomposites Thankachan, R. M., Raneesh, B., Mayeen, A., Karthika, S., Vivek, S., Nair, S. S., …& Kalarikkal, N. (2018).. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 731, 288-296.
  12. Investigating solvent effects on aggregation behaviour, linear and nonlinear optical properties of silver nanoclusters. Bhavitha, K. B., Nair, A. K., Perumbilavil, S., Joseph, S., Kala, M. S., Saha, A., …& Kalarikkal, N. (2017). Optical Materials, 73, 695-705.
  13. UV resistant transparent bionanocomposite films based on potato starch/cellulose for sustainable packaging.Starch‐Stärke. Balakrishnan, P., Gopi, S., & Thomas, S. (2017).
  14. Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Star Block Copolymer Modified Epoxy Resin Blends.Khatiwada, S. P., Chandran, C. S., Lach, R., Liebscher, M., Saiter, J. M., Thomas, S., …& Adhikari, R. (2017). Materials Today: Proceedings, 4(4), 5734-5742.
  15. Turmeric nanofiber-encapsulated natural product formulation act as a phytogenic feed additive—A study in broilers on growth performance, biochemical indices of blood, and E. coli in cecum Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Varma, K., Jude, S., Reddy, P. B., Divya, C., … & Thomas, S. (2017).. International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, 1-8.
  16. Preparation, characterization and anti-colitis activity of curcumin-asafoetida complex encapsulated in turmeric nanofiber Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Jude, S., Varma, K., Sreeraj, T. R., Haponiuk, J. T., & Thomas, S. (2017).. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 81, 20-31.
  17. Anti-microbial activity of chrysomycin A produced by Streptomyces sp. against Mycobacterium tuberculosis Muralikrishnan, B., Dan, V. M., Vinodh, J. S., Jamsheena, V., Ramachandran, R., Thomas, S., … & Kumar, R. A. (2017).. RSC Advances, 7(58), 36335-36339.
  18. Gelatin modified lipid nanoparticles for anti-viral drug delivery Joshy, K. S., Snigdha, S., Kalarikkal, N., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2017)..Chemistry and physics of lipids, 207, 24-37.
  19. Effect of nanostructured polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane on the physical properties of poly (vinyl alcohol). Valiya Parambath, S., Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Thomas, S., & Stephen, R. (2017). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 134(43).
  20. Multiwalled carbon nanotube promotes crystallisation while preserving co-continuous phase morphology of polycarbonate/polypropylene blend.Mohammed Arif P, Sarathchandran, C., Narayanan, A., Saiter, A., Terzano, R., Allegretta, I., Porfido, C., Kalarikkal, N. and Thomas, S., (2017). Polymer Testing.(just accepted)
  21. Facile synthesis of chitin nanocrystal decorated on 3D cellulose aerogel as a new multi-functional material for waste water treatment with enhanced anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant properties;Gopi, S., Balakrishnan, P., Divya, C., Valic, S., Bajsic, E. G., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2017). New Journal of Chemistry.(just accepted)
  22. Encapsulation of zidovudine in PF-68 coated alginate conjugate nanoparticles for anti-HIV drug delivery Joshy, K. S., Susan, M. A., Snigdha, S., Nandakumar, K., Laly, A. P., & Sabu, T. (2017).. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.(just accepted)
  23. Dynamic light scattering study of the ultrasonication of P (VDF-TrFE): A new model. Thevenot, C., Vincent, B., Hage-Ali, S., Thomas, S., & Rouxel, D. (2017). International Journal of Polymer Analysis and Characterization, 1-10.
  24. Plasticized PVC Graphene Nanocomposites: Morphology, Mechanical and Dynamic Mechanical Properties,(2017)Polymer Engineering &Science,Article ID: PEN 24711;Editorial Reference Code: 24711
  25. Core–shell nanoparticles of carboxy methyl cellulose and compritol-PEG for antiretroviral drug delivery.Joshy, K. S., Snigdha, S., George, A., Kalarikkal, N., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S (2017).   Cellulose, 1-13.
  26. Investigating solvent effects on aggregation behaviour, linear and nonlinear optical properties of silver nanoclusters, Bhavitha, K.B., Anju, K. N., Sreekanth, P., Saju J., Kala, M.S., Abhijit S.,  Narayanan A R., Nishar H., Thomas ,S.,Oluwafemi, O. S., Kalarikkal, N.,(2017).Optical Materials73, 695–705
  27. Preparation of a novel bioavailable curcuminoid formulation (Cureit™) using Polar-Nonpolar-Sandwich (PNS) technology and its characterization and applications. Amalraj, A., Jude, S., Varma, K., Jacob, J., Gopi, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., & Thomas, S. (2017). Materials Science and Engineering: C, 75, 359-367.
  28. Alkali Treatment to Improve Physical, Mechanical and Chemical Properties of Lignocellulosic Natural Fibers for Use in Various Applications. Manna, S., Saha, P., Chowdhury, S., Thomas, S., & Sharma, V. (2017). Lignocellulosic Biomass Production and Industrial Applications, 47-63.
  29. Green materials for aerospace industries. Biocomposites for High-Performance Applications: Current Barriers and Future Needs Towards Industrial Development, Gopi, S., Balakrishnan, P., Sreekala, M. S., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2017). 307.
  30. Novel Dendrite structure of Alginate Hybrid Nanoparticles for effective Anti Viral Drug Delivery Joshy, K. S., George, A., Jose, J., Kalarikkal, N., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2017).International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.
  31. Electrochemical studies on composite gel polymer electrolytes for lithium sulfur‐batteries.Natarajan, A., Stephan, A. M., Chan, C. H., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 134(11).
  32. Influence of perfluorocarbons on Carbamazepine and Benzodiazepine for a neuro-lung protective strategy Natchimuthu, V., Thomas, S., Ramalingam, M., & Ravi, S. (2017). Journal of Clinical Neuroscience.
  33. Boron doped graphene wrapped silver nanowires as an efficient electrocatalyst for molecular oxygen reduction Nair, A. K., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., Kala, M. S., Sahajwalla, V., Joshi, R. K., & Alwarappan, S. (2016).Scientific reports, 6, 37731.
  34. Preparation, characterization and anti-colitis activity of curcumin-asafoetida complex encapsulated in turmeric nanofiber Gopi, S., Amalraj, A., Jude, S., Varma, K., Sreeraj, T. R., Haponiuk, J. T., & Thomas, S. (2017). Materials Science and Engineering: C, 81, 20-31.
  35. Microbial Barrier Property and Blood Compatibility Studies of Electrospun Poly-ƹ-Caprolactone/Zinc Oxide Nanocomposite Scaffolds Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., Аугустин, Р., Калариккал, Н., & Томас, С. (2017).Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology 2017 10(2): 226-236
  36.  Gelatin modified lipid nanoparticles for anti retroviral drug delivery.Joshy, K. S., Snigdha, S., Kalarikkal, N., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2017)Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, 207, 24-37
  1. Effect of nanostructured polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxane on the physical properties of poly(vinyl alcohol). Valiya Parambath, S., Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Thomas, S. and Stephen, R. (2017), Appl. Polym. Sci., 45447. doi: 10.1002/app.45447
  1. Tunable morphology and hydrophilicity to theepoxy resin from copper oxide nanoparticles. Composites Science and Technology.Sunny, A. T., Mozetic, M., Primc, G., Mathew, S., & Thomas, S. (2017)
  2. Biodegradable starch/PVOH/laponite RD-based bio-nanocomposite films coated with graphene oxide: Preparation and performance characterization for food packaging applicationsSharma, C., Manepalli, P. H., Thatte, A., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Alavi, S. (2017).Colloid and Polymer Science, 1-14.
  1. Elastomer/thermoplastic modified epoxy nanocomposites: The hybrid effect of ‘microand ‘nano’scale. Puglia, D., Al-Maadeed, M. A. S., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2017). Materials Science and Engineering: R: Reports, 116, 1-29.
  1. Morphology, transport characteristics and viscoelastic polymer chain confinement in nanocomposites based on thermoplastic potato starch and cellulose nanofibers from pineapple leaf. Balakrishnan, P., Sreekala, M. S., Kunaver, M., Huskić, M., & Thomas, S. (2017). Carbohydrate Polymers.
  2. To What Extent Can Hyperelastic Models Make Sense the Effect of Clay Surface Treatment on the Mechanical Properties of Elastomeric Nanocomposites?Paran, S. M. R., Saeb, M. R., Formela, K., Goodarzi, V., Vijayan, P., Puglia, D., … & Thomas, S. (2017).Macromolecular Materials and Engineering
  3. Natural Rubber Based Research and Developments in Indian Rubber Industry.Thomas, S. (2017). NIPPON GOMU KYOKAISHI, 90(3), 72-76.
  4. Development of nanoscale morphology and role of viscoelastic phase separation on the properties of epoxy/recycled polyurethane blends Reghunadhan, A., Datta, J., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017).Polymer, 117, 96-106.
  5. Effect of organoclay on the solvent diffusion behavior and mechanical properties of natural rubber nanocomposites. Meera, A. P., Thomas, S., Zachariah, A. K., & Yang, W. (2017). Polymer Composites.
  6. Mechanism of phase separation in a weakly interacting system with strong dynamic asymmetry,Chandran, C. S., Antolasic, F., Shanks, R. A., & Thomas, S. (2017).Journal of Applied Polymer Science.
  7. A comprehensive study of surface modified graphene based polymer nanocomposites for multifunctional electronic applications.Abraham, J., Arif, M., & Thomas, S. (2016, October). In Young Researchers in Vacuum Micro/Nano Electronics (VMNE-YR) (pp. 1-13). IEEE.
  8. Rapid methylene blue adsorption using modified lignocellulosic materials.Manna, S., Roy, D., Saha, P., Gopakumar, D., & Thomas, S. (2017). Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 107, 346-356.
  9. Rigid Amorphous Phase: Mechanical and Transport Properties of Nitrile Rubber/Clay Nanocomposites Thomas, S., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2017).Progress in Rubber, Plastics and Recycling Technology, 33(2), 103.
  10. Evaluation of Versatile CdS Nanomaterials Based Liquid Crystals Switchable Device. Pal, K., Thomas, S., & Mohan, M. L. (2017). Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 17(4), 2401-2412.
  11. UV protective poly (lactic acid)/rosin films for sustainable packaging. Narayanan, M., Loganathan, S., Valapa, R. B., Thomas, S., & Varghese, T. O. (2017). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 99, 37-45.
  12. Preparation of a novel bioavailable curcuminoid formulation (Cureit™) using Polar-Nonpolar-Sandwich (PNS) technology and its characterization and applications Amalraj, A., Jude, S., Varma, K., Jacob, J., Gopi, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., & Thomas, S. (2017).Materials Science and Engineering: C, 75, 359-367.
  1. Transport behavior of aromatic solvents through styrene butadiene rubber/poly [methyl methacrylate] (SBR/PMMMA) interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) membranes,Jose J. George V., T., Pramoda K.P., Thomas S.
    Article reference: JPOL19559

 

  1. Curing enhancement and network effects in multi‐walled carbon nanotube‐filled vulcanized natural rubber: evidence for solvent sensing. Ponnamma, D., Varughese, K. T., Al‐Maadeed, M. A. A., & Thomas, S. (2017). Polymer International.

 

 

  1. Mechanical Properties of Short Sisal Fibre Reinforced Phenol Formaldehyde Eco-Friendly Composites. Maya, M. G., George, S. C., Jose, T., Sreekala, M. S., & Thomas, S. (2017). Polymers from Renewable Resources, 8(1), 27.

 

  1. Electrospun poly(vinylidene fluoride-trifluoroethylene)/zinc oxide nanocomposite tissue engineering scaffolds with enhanced cell adhesion and blood vessel formation,,DanP., Sosnik A., KalarikkalN., Tran N., VincentB., Thomas S., MenuP., and Rouxel D., (2017). Nano Research , 10.1007/s12274-017-1549-8
  2. Probing the Density Variation of Confined Polymer Thin Films via Simple Model-Independent Nanoparticle Adsorption. Unni, A. B., Vignaud, G., Chapel, J. P., Giermanska, J., Bal, J. K., Delorme, N., … & Gibaud, A. (2017). Macromolecules.
  1. Meldrums Acid Modified Cellulose Nanofiber-Based Polyvinylidene Fluoride Microfiltration Membrane for Dye Water Treatment and Nanoparticle Removal, Gopakumar D. A., Pasquini, D., Henrique, M. A., Luis, de Morais., C. Grohens Y. and Thomas, S.,(2017)ACS sustainable chemistry and Engineering, DOI: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.6b02952
  1. UV Protective Poly (lactic acid)/Rosin Films for Sustainable Packaging. Narayanan, M., Loganathan, S., Valapa, R. B., Thomas, S., & Varghese, T. O. (2017). International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.
  2. Fabrication of graphene oxide and hyperbranched polyurethane composite via in situ polymerization with improved mechanical and dielectric properties Yadav, S. K., Suri, A., Ansari, M. O., & Thomas, S. (2017).Polymer Composites.
  1.  Influence of n-type nickel ferrite in enhancing the AC conductivity of optimized polyaniline-nickel ferrite nanocomposite Megha, R., Ravikiran, Y. T., Kumari, S. V., & Thomas, S. (2017. Applied Physics A, 123(4), 245.
  1. A high-performance BaTiO3-grafted-GO-laden poly (ethylene oxide)-based membrane as an electrolyte for all-solid lithium-batteries. Angulakshmi, N., Kar, G. P., Bose, S., Gowd, E. B., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2017). Materials Chemistry Frontiers.
  2. Chitin nanowhisker (ChNW)-functionalized electrospun PVDF membrane for enhanced removal of Indigo carmine. Gopi, S., Balakrishnan, P., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2017)Carbohydrate Polymers, 165, 115-122.
  3. Investigation into dielectric behaviour and electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness of conducting styrene butadiene rubber composites containing ionic liquid modified MWCNT. Abraham, J., Xavier, P., Bose, S., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017). Polymer, 112, 102-115.
  4. Structural and Surface Compatibility Study of Modified Electrospun Poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL) Composites for Skin Tissue Engineering, Ghosal, K., Manakhov, A., Zajíčková, L., & Thomas, S. (2017).AAPS PharmSciTech, 18(1), 156-165.
  1. Realization of Enhanced Magnetoelectric Coupling and Raman Spectroscopic Signatures in 0-0 Type Hybrid Multiferroic Core-Shell Geometric Nanostructures. Abraham, A. R., Raneesh, B., Woldu, T., Aškrabić, S., Lazovic, S., Dohčević-Mitrović, Z. D., …& Kalarikkal, N. (2017). The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
  2. Electrochemical studies on composite gel polymer electrolytes for lithium sulfur‐batteries Natarajan, A., Stephan, A. M., Chan, C. H., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2017). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 134(11).
  3. Enhanced photocatalytic performance of ZnO nanostructures produced via a quick microwave assisted route for the degradation of rhodamine in aqueous solution. Thankachan, R. M., Joy, N., Abraham, J., Kalarikkal, N., Thomas, S., & Oluwafemi, O. S. (2017). Materials Research Bulletin, 85, 131-139.
  4. Presence of Vacuoles in Natural Rubber/Cloisite 15A Nanocomposites.Didović, M. P., Klepac, D., Meera, A. P., Thomas, S., & Valić, S. (2017). Journal of applied polymer science.
  5. Smart in-plane switching of nanowires embedded liquid crystal matrix,K. Pala,H.J. Maria, S. Thomas, M.L.N.M. Mohan, (2017). Organic Electronics, 42, 256–268

(2016)

  1. Revalorization of sunflower stalks as novel sources of cellulose nanofibrils and nanocrystals and their effect on wheat gluten bio-nanocomposite properties Fortunati, E., F. Luzi, A. Jiménez, D. A. Gopakumar, D. Puglia, S. Thomas, J. M. Kenny, A. Chiralt, and L. Torre (2016). Carbohydrate polymers 149 (2016): 357-368.
  2. Fabrication and characterization of biosilver nanoparticles loaded calcium pectinate nano-micro dual-porous antibacterial wound dressingsAugustine, R., Augustine, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016)..Progress in Biomaterials, 5(3-4), 223-235.
  3. Environmental Fate of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles: Risks and Benefits. Beegam, Asfina, Parvathy Prasad, Jiya Jose, Miguel Oliveira, Fernando G. Costa, Amadeu MVM Soares, Paula P. Gonçalves et al. (2016): “TOXICOLOGY-NEW ASPECTS TO THIS SCIENTIFIC CONUNDRUM 81.
  1. Multiwalled carbon nanotubes@ octavinyl polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes nanocomposite preparation via cross-linking reaction in acidic media.Somasekharan, L., Thomas, S., Comoy, C., Sivasankarapillai, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Lamouroux, E. (2016). Journal of Nanoparticle Research18(11), 337.
  2. Electrochemical studies on composite gel polymer electrolytes for lithium sulfur‐batteriesNatarajan, A., Stephan, A. M., Chan, C. H., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). s.Journal of Applied Polymer Science.
  3. Enhanced adsorption of crystal violet by synthesized and characterized chitin nano whiskers from shrimp shellGopi, S., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2016)..Journal of Water Process Engineering.
  4. Preparation and Characterization of Poly (butylene succinate) Bionanocomposites Reinforced with Cellulose Nanofiber Extracted from Helicteres isora Plant Joy, J., Jose, C., Varanasi, S. B., Mathew, P., Thomas, S., & Pilla, S. (2016)..Journal of Renewable Materials4(5), 351-364.
  5. Antimicrobial, antibiofilm, and microbial barrier properties of poly (ε-caprolactone)/cloisite 30B thin films.Babu, S. S., Mathew, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). 3 Biotech6(2), 249.
  6. A high-performance BaTiO 3-grafted-GO-laden poly (ethylene oxide)-based membrane as an electrolyte for all-solid lithium-batteries Angulakshmi, N., Kar, G. P., Bose, S., Gowd, E. B., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2017).. Materials Chemistry Frontiers.
  1. Interfacial interactions of thermally reduced graphene in poly (trimethylene terephthalate)-epoxy resin based compositesChandran, C. S., Czajka, M., Chan, C. H., Shanks, R. A., & Thomas, S. (2016).Polymer.
  2. Dynamic energy transfer in non-covalently functionalized reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticle hybrid (NF-RGO/Ag) with NF-RGO as the donor material Oluwafemi, O. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N.Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 1-9.
  3. Tackling chemical etching and its mechanisms of polyphenolic composites in various reactive low-temperature plasmas Puliyalil, H., Filipič, G., Kovač, J., Mozetič, M., Thomas, S., & Cvelbar, U. (2016).RSC Advances, 6(97), 95120-95128.
  1. Microwave Absorption in MWNTs‐Based Soft Composites Containing Nanocrystalline Particles as Magnetic Core and Intrinsically Conducting Polymer as a Conductive LayerBhingardive, V., Woldu, T., Biswas, S., Kar, G. P., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Bose, S. (2016).ChemistrySelect, 1(15), 4747-4752.
  2. Dynamic application of novel electro-optic switchable device modulation by graphene oxide dispersed liquid crystal cell assembling CdS nanowires. Pal, K., Mohan, M. M., & Thomas, S. (2016). Organic Electronics, 39, 25-37.
  3. Percolated network formation in biocidal 3D porous PCL/clay nanocomposite scaffolds: effect of organic modifier on interfacial and water sorption properties. Elias, E., Zachariah, A. K., Kumar, V., Sunil, M. A., Bose, S., Souza, F. G., & Thomas, S. (2016).RSC Advances, 6(88), 85107-85116.
  4. Solvent Assisted Rinsing: Stability/Instability of Ultrathin Polymer Residual Layer Beena Unni, A., G. Vignaud, J. K. Bal, N. Delorme, T. Beuvier, S. Thomas, Y. Grohens, and A. Gibaud. (2016): Macromolecules 49, no. 5 1807-1815.
  1. Contact Angle Studies in XLPE Hybrid Nanocomposites with Inorganic Nanofillers Jose, J. P., Abraham, J., Maria, H. J., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2016, August). In Macromolecular Symposia (Vol. 366, No. 1, pp. 66-78).
  1. Copper oxide nanoparticles in an epoxy network: microstructure, chain confinement, and mechanical behavior.Sunny, A. T., Adhikari, R., Mathew, S., & Thomas, S. (2016). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18(29), 19655-19667.
  1. Solvent Transport Characteristics of Thermoplastic Elastomer Blends Based on Nylon and NBR Abraham, J., Muraleedharan, K., Radhesh Kumar, C., Thomas, S., & George, S. C. (2016).Polymer Engineering & Science.
  2. Electrospinning of polycaprolactone (PCL) with collagen coating from environmentally benign solvent: Preliminary physicochemical studies for skin substitute.Ghosal, K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Gnanamani, A
  3. Mechanical properties of polyphenylene oxide/talc composites with and without coupling agent Rane, A. V., Kanny, K., Vayyaprontavida Kaliyathan, A., Joshi, S., & Thomas, S. (2016).Materials Research Innovations, 1-6.
  4. Studies on Dynamic Ageing Conditions for Life Cycle Prediction of Tyre Tread.Abitha, V. K., Rane, A. V., Kanny, K., & Thomas, S.
  5. Mechanisms of hydrophobization of polymeric composites etched in CF4 plasma.Puliyalil, H., Recek, N., Filipič, G., Čekada, M., Jerman, I., Mozetič, M., … & Cvelbar, U. (2016 Surface and Interface Analysis.
  1. Correction: Mechanically strong, flexible and thermally stable graphene oxide/nanocellulosic films with enhanced dielectric properties. Beeran, Y., Bobnar, V., Gorgieva, S., Grohens, Y., Finšgar, M., Thomas, S., & Kokol, V. (2016). RSC Advances, 6(62), 57473-57474.
  2. Monitoring and separation of food-borne pathogens using magneticnanoparticles (2016) Augustine, R., Abraham, A. R.,  Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Novel Approaches of Nanotechnology in Food, 1, 271-312.
  3. Influence of temperature on the confinement effects of micro and nano level graphite filled poly (isoprene-co-isobutylene) composites. Ponnamma, D., Saiter, A., Saiter, J. M., Thomas, S., Grohens, Y., AlMaadeed, M. A. A., & Sadasivuni, K. K. (2016). Journal of Polymer Research, 23(7), 1-8.
  4. Nylon 6, 12/Cloisite 30B Electrospun Nanocomposites for Dental Applications Babu, S. S., Augustine, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016).Journal of Siberian Federal University. Biology, 9(2), 198.
  5. Adsorption of enzymes to stimuli-responsive polymer brushes: Influence of brush conformation on theadsorbed amount and biocatalytic activity Koenig, M., Bittrich, E., König, U., Rajeev, B. L., Müller, M., Eichhorn, K. J., … & Uhlmann, P. (2016).Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 146, 737-745.
  1. Improved nonlinear optical and optical limiting properties in non-covalent functionalized reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticle (NF-RGO/Ag-NPs) hybrid. Oluwafemi, O. S., Sreekanth, P., Philip, R., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2016).Optical Materials, 58, 476-483.
  2. Characterization and Evaluation of Phenol Degrading Bacillus Spp. for Enhancing the Softness of Coir Fiber Karthika, S., Reshma, M. J., Wilson, P. A., Das, R. A., Sarma, U. S., Harikrishnan, K., & Thomas, S. (2016).Journal of Natural Fibers, 13(3), 253-260.
  3. Morphology and hydroscopic properties of acrylic/thermoplastic polyurethane core–shell electrospun micro/nano fibrous mats with tunable porosity. Gopinathan, J., Indumathi, B., Thomas, S., & Bhattacharyya, A. (2016). RSC Advances, 6(59), 54286-54292.
  4. Tetragonal BaTiO3 nanoparticles: An efficient photocatalyst for the degradation of organic pollutants. Kappadan, S., Gebreab, T. W., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2016). Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 51, 42-47.
  1. Lanthanide nanoparticles encapsulated polymer hybrid capsules for bioimaging applications Keziya James,  Rakhimol K.R., Sri Sivakumar, Sabu Thomas, Raji V, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, (2016 ),Biotechnology International (BTI) 2
  1. Recent Trends in Polymer Processing and Characterization.Abitha, V. K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Haponiuk, J. T. (2016), Macromol. Symp. 362. Macromol. Symp., 362: 1. doi: 10.1002/masy.201670013
  2. The fabrication and properties of natural rubber-clay nanocompositesGeorge, S. C., Rajan, R., Aprem, A. S., Thomas, S., & Kim, S. S. (2016). Polymer Testing, 51, 165-173.
  3. Study of alternating current conduction mechanism in polypyrrole-magnesium ferrite hybrid nanocomposite through correlated barrier hopping model. Megha, R., Kotresh, S., Ravikiran, Y. T., Ramana, C. V., Vijaya Kumari, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2016). Composite Interfaces, 1-14.
  4. Mechanically strong, flexible and thermally stable graphene oxide/nanocellulosic films with enhanced dielectric properties Pottathara, Y. B., Bobnar, V., Gorgieva, S., Grohens, Y., Thomas, S., & Finšgar, M. (2016).RSC Advances.(just-accepted).
  5. Gentamicin loaded electrospun poly (ε-caprolactone)/TiO2 nanocomposite membranes with antibacterial property against Methicillin resistant Staphylococus aureus (MRSA). Augustine, R., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, (just-accepted).
  6. Developing highly conducting and mechanically durable styrene butadiene rubber composites with tailored microstructural properties by a green approach using ionic liquid modified MWCNTs.Abraham, Jiji, Lekshmi Kailas, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, Soney C. George, and Sabu Thomas. RSC Advances 6, no. 39 (2016): 32493-32504.
  7. Clay/polyaniline hybrid through diazonium chemistry: conductive nanofiller with unusual effects on interfacial properties of epoxy nanocomposites. Jlassi, Khouloud, Sarath Chandran Chandrasekhara Kurup, Mohammed Arif Poothanari, Mémia Benna-Zayani, Sabu Thomas, and Mohamed M. Chehimi Langmuir (2016).
  8. Segmental dynamics, morphology and thermomechanical properties of electrospun poly (ε-caprolactone) nanofibers in the presence of an interacting filler. Elias, Eldho, Nithin Chandran, Fernando G. Souza, and Sabu Thomas. RSC Advances 6, no. 26 (2016): 21376-21386.
  9. Completely green synthesis of silver nanoparticle decorated MWCNT and its antibacterial and catalytic properties.Mohan, Sneha, Oluwatobi S. Oluwafemi, Sandile P. Songca, Didier Rouxel, Patrice Miska, Francis B. Lewu, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas. Pure and Applied Chemistry 88, no. 1-2 (2016): 71-81.
  10. Ultrasensitive detection of a 1-pyrenecarboxylic acid by surface enhanced Raman scattering hot spot with reduced graphene oxide/silver nanoparticles composites.Oluwafemi, Oluwatobi S., Abhijit Saha, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal. Materials Letters 171 (2016): 137-141.
  11. The fabrication and properties of natural rubber-clay nanocomposites.Polymer Testing George, Soney C., Regitha Rajan, Abi Santhosh Aprem, Sabu Thomas, and Sung Soo Kim. 51 (2016): 165-173.
  12. Structural and Surface Compatibility Study of Modified Electrospun Poly (ε-caprolactone)(PCL) Composites for Skin Tissue Engineering.Ghosal, Kajal, Anton Manakhov, Lenka Zajíčková, and Sabu Thomas. AAPS PharmSciTech (2016): 1-10.
  13. Styrene‐Butadiene Rubber/Modified Ground Tire Rubber Blends Co‐Vulcanization: Effect of Accelerator Type.Formela, Krzysztof, Magdalena Formela, Sabu Thomas, and Józef Haponiuk. In Macromolecular Symposia, vol. 361, no. 1, pp. 64-72. 2016.
  14. Properties of Polysulfone/Halloysite Nanocomposite Membranes: Prepared by Phase Inversion Method.VP, Swapna, Saranya EP, Nithya AB, Sabu Thomas, and Ranimol Stephen. In Macromolecular Symposia, vol. 361, no. 1, pp. 11-19. 2016.
  15. The role of clay modifier on cure characteristics and properties of epoxy/clay/carboxyl-terminated poly (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile)(CTBN) hybrid.Vijayan P, Poornima, Debora Puglia, Pournami Vijayan P, Jose M. Kenny, and Sabu ThomasMaterials Technology (2016): 1-7.
  16. Investigations of intensity dependant nonlinear optical properties of betanin/ZnO composites embedded in PVA.Thankappan, Aparna, V. P. N. Nampoori, and Sabu Thomas,Optics& Laser Technology 83 (2016): 28-34.
  17. Effect of blend ratio on the dynamic mechanical and thermal degradation behavior of polymer–polymer composites from low density polyethylene and polyethylene terephthalate.Jayanarayanan, Karingamanna, Sabu Thomas, and Kuruvilla JosephIranian Polymer Journal (2016): 1-12.
  18. Investigations Of Plasma Induced Effects On The Surface Properties Of Lignocellulosic Natural Coir Fibres.Praveen, K. M., Sabu Thomas, Yves Grohens, Miran Mozetič, Ita Junkar, Gregor Primc, and Marija Gorjanc. Applied Surface Science (2016).
  19. Evaluation of in-vitro cytotoxicity and cellular uptake efficiency of zidovudine-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles modified with Aloe Vera in glioma cells.Joshy, K. S., Chandra P. Sharma, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, K. Sandeep, Sabu Thomas, and Laly A. Pothen. Materials Science and Engineering: C (2016).
  20. Synthesis, antibacterial, cytotoxicity and sensing properties of starch-capped silver nanoparticles Mohan, Sneha, Oluwatobi S. Oluwafemi, Sandile P. Songca, V. P. Jayachandran, Didier Rouxel, Olivier Joubert, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas. Journal of Molecular Liquids 213 (2016): 75-81.
  21. Electric, magnetic, piezoelectric and magnetoelectric studies of phase pure (BiFeO 3–NaNbO 3)–(P (VDF-TrFE)) nanocomposite films prepared by spin coatingUmmer, Rehana P., B. Raneesh, Camille Thevenot, Didier Rouxel, Sabu Thomas, and Nandakumar Kalarikkal..” RSC Advances 6, no. 33 (2016): 28069-28080.
  22. Experiments and modeling of non-linear viscoelastic responses in natural rubber and chlorobutyl rubber nanocomposites. Zachariah, A. K., Chandra, A. K., Mohammed, P. K., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2016). Applied Clay Science, 123, 1-10.
  23. Structural and optical properties of functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes Yaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016) Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 41, 491-496.
  24. Effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles on the in vitro degradation of electrospun polycaprolactone membranes in simulated body fluid. Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2016). International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials, 65(1), 28-37.
  25. Biodegradable Nanocomposite Films Based on Sodium Alginate and Cellulose Nanofibrils. Deepa, B., Abraham, E., Pothan, L. A., Cordeiro, N., Faria, M., & Thomas, S. (2016).Materials, 9(1), 50.

(2015)

  1. Flexible Oil Sensors Based On Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube-Filled Isoprene Elastomer CompositesPonnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Thomas, S., Krupa, I., & Al-Maadeed, M. A. S. (2015).. Rubber Chemistry and Technology.
  2. New Biobased Surface Treatment to Improve Strength and Durability of Bombax ceiba. Saha, P., Chowdhury, S., Manna, S., Roy, D., Adhikari, B., & Thomas, S. (2015). ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 4(1), 76-84.
  3. New Type of Thermoplastic Bio Composites: Nature of the Interface on the Ultimate Properties and Water Absorption.Panikkassery, S. S., Spatenka, P., Jenikova, Z., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2015)RSC Adv., 2015,5, 97536-97546
  4. Compatibilizing action and localization of clay in a polypropylene/natural rubber (PP/NR) blend Chandran, N., Chandran, S., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. (2015)..RSC Advances, 5(105), 86265-86273.
  5. Clogging Free Electrospinning of Polycaprolactone Using Acetic Acid/Acetone Mixture Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, DOI:1080/03602559.2015.1036451
  6. Effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles on the in vitro degradation of electrospun polycaprolactone membranes in simulated body fluid. Augustine, Robin, Nandakumar Kalarikkal, and Sabu Thomas. International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials 65, no. 1 (2016): 28-37.
  7. Flame‐retardant properties of nanoclay‐filled thermoplastic polyurethane/ polypropylene nanocomposites. Kannan, M., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2015) Journal of Vinyl and Additive Technology.
  8. Preparation of epoxy graphene and its structural and optical propertiesYaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Vineeshkumar, T. V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Adv. Mater. Lett. 2015, 6(10), 848-852
  9. Antibacterial and Sensing Properties of Dextrose Reduced Starch− Capped Silver Nanoparticles Synthesised via a Completely Green Method. Mohan, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Materials Today: Proceedings, 2(7), 3943-3949.
  10. Nanocelluloses from jute fibers and their nanocomposites with natural rubber: Preparation and characterization.Thomas, M. G., Abraham, E., Jyotishkumar, P., Maria, H. J., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2015). International journal of biological macromolecules81, 768-777.
  11. Preparation of epoxy graphene and its structural and optical properties. Yaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Vineeshkumar, T. V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S, (2015), Adv. Mater. Lett. 6(10), 848-852
  12. Poly (glycidyl methacrylate)-grafted clay nanofiller for highly transparent and mechanically robust epoxy composites Jlassi, K., Chandran, S., Mičušik, M., Benna-Zayani, M., Yagci, Y., Thomas, S., & Chehimi, M. M. (2015)..European Polymer Journal72, 89-101.
  13. Surface grafting of flax fibres with hydrous zirconia nanoparticles and the effects on the tensile and bonding properties. Ajith, A., Xian, G., Li, H., Sherief, Z., & Thomas, S. (2015). Journal of Composite Materials, 0021998315580450.
  14. Electric, magnetic and optical limiting (short pulse and ultrafast) studies in phase pure (1− x) BiFeO 3–x NaNbO 3 multiferroic nanocomposite synthesized by the pechini method. Ummer, R. P., Sreekanth, P., Raneesh, B., Philip, R., Rouxel, D., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N.(2015). RSC Advances, 5(82), 67157-67164.
  15. Investigation on the thermal and crystallization behavior of high density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends and their composites. Ponnamma, D., George, J., Thomas, M. G., Chan, C. H., Valić, S., Mozetič, M., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science, 55(5), 1203-1210.
  16. A brief review on the chemical modifications of lignocellulosic fibers for durable engineering composites. Saha, P., Chowdhury, S., Roy, D., Adhikari, B., Kim, J. K., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Bulletin, 1-34.
  17. Functionalized MWCNT and PVA Nanocomposite Membranes for Dielectric and Pervaporation Applications. Jose, T., George, S. C., Maya, M. G., & Thomas, S. (2015). Journal of Chemical Engineering & Process Technology,
  18. Enhanced morphology and mechanical characteristics of clay/styrene butadiene rubber nanocomposites Devi, K. U., Ponnamma, D., Causin, V., Maria, H. J., & Thomas, S. Applied Clay Science, 114, 568-576. (2015).
  19. Synthesis and characterization of polyaniline coated gold nanocomposites. In PHYSICS AND MATERIALS SYMPOSIUM: Zuber, S. N. M., Kamarun, D., Zaki, H., Kamarudin, M. S., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2015, August). International Conference on Applied Sciences and Industrial Technology (ICASIT2015) (Vol. 1674, p. 020010). AIP Publishing.
  20. Free-volume correlation with mechanical and dielectric properties of natural rubber/multi walled carbon nanotubes composites.Ponnamma, D., Ramachandran, R., Hussain, S., Rajaraman, R., Amarendra, G., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2015). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing77, 164-171.
  21. Selective localisation of multi walled carbon nanotubes in polypropylene/natural rubber blends to reduce the percolation threshold. Composites Science and Technology, 116, 9-17. Nair, S. T., Vijayan, P. P., Xavier, P., Bose, S., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2015).Composites Science and Technology,116, 9-17.
  22. Investigation on the thermal and crystallization behavior of high density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends and their composites.Ponnamma, D., George, J., Thomas, M. G., Chan, C. H., Valić, S., Mozetič, M., …& Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science55(5), 1203-1210.
  23. Tunable water barrier properties of EVA by clay insertion?.Wilson, R., Follain, N., Tenn, N., Kumar, A., Thomas, S., & Marais, S. (2015). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics,17(29), 19527-19537.
  24. In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation of Pectin/Copper Exchanged Faujasite Composite Membranes. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2015) Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 11(9), 1550-1567.
  25. Chemistry associated with natural rubber–graphene nanocompositesand its effect on physical and structural properties.Yaragalla, S., Meera, A. P., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015). Industrial Crops and Products,74, 792-802
  26. Effect of Reinforcement on the Barrier  and Dielectric Properties of Epoxidized Natural Rubber–Graphene NanocompositesYaragalla, S., Chandran, C. S., Kalarikkal, N., Subban, R. H. Y., Chan, C. H., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science. DOI 10.1002/pen.24131
  27. Fabrication of Graphite-Graphene- Ionic liquid Modified Carbon nanotubes filled Natural rubber thin Films for Microwave and Energy storage ApplicationsYaragalla, S., Sindam, B., Abraham, J., Raju, K. J., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015).Journal of Polymer Research22(7), 1-10.
  28. Preparation of Epoxy Graphene and Its Structural and Optical PropertiesYaragalla, S., Anilkumar, G., Vineeshkumar, T. V., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2015).Advanced Materials Letters,  6(10), 848-852
  29. Cuprous oxide nanoparticles in epoxy network: Cure reaction, morphology and thermal stability. Tresa Sunny, A., Vijayan, P., George, T., Pickering, K., Mathew, S., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science,55(10), 2293-2306.
  30. Volume shrinkage and rheological studies of epoxidised and unepoxidised poly (styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene) triblock copolymer modified epoxy resin–diamino diphenyl methane nanostructured blend systemsGeorge, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Parameswaranpillai, J., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2015)..Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics17(19), 12760-12770.
  31. Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Immiscible Polymer Systems with and without Compatibilizer. Jose, S., Thomas, S., Parameswaranpillai, J., Aprem, A. S., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2015).Polymer Testing44, 168-176.
  32. Enhanced lithium storage in ZnFe 2 O 4–C nanocomposite produced by a low-energy ball millingThankachan, R. M., Rahman, M. M., Sultana, I., Glushenkov, A. M., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Chen, Y. (2015). Journal of Power Sources,282, 462-470
  33. Transport characteristics of organic solvents through carbon nanotube filled styrene butadiene rubber nanocomposites: the influence of rubber–filler interaction, the degree of reinforcement and morphology.Abraham, J., Maria, H. J., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 17(17), 11217-11228.
  34. Utilization of various lignocellulosic biomass for the production of nanocellulose: a comparative study. Deepa, B., Abraham, E., Cordeiro, N., Mozetic, M., Mathew, A. P., Oksman, K., & Pothan, L. ACellulose, 22(2), 1075-1090.
  35. Liquid-rubber-modified epoxy/clay nanocomposites: effect of dispersion methods on morphology and ultimate properties. Vijayan, P. P., Puglia, D., Pionteck, J., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. Polymer Bulletin 2015, 72(7),1703-1722.
  36. Mechanical and thermal properties of epoxy/silicon carbide nanofiber composites. Vijayan, P., Puglia, D., Dąbrowska, A., Huczko, A., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2015). Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 26(2), 142-146.
  37. Green synthesis of CdSe/ZnS core-shell quantum dot nanophosphors and its Poly methyl methacrylate composite thin film in the visible spectral range. Mohan, S., Soman, T., Oluwafemi, S. O., George, S. C., Miska, P., Rouxel, D., & Thomas, S. InMRS Proceedings (Vol. 1748, pp. mrsf14-1748). Cambridge University Press.
  38. Dose dependent effects of gamma irradiation on the materials properties and cell proliferation of electrospun polycaprolactone tissue engineering scaffolds. Augustine, R., Saha, A., Jayachandran, V. P., Thomas, S., & Kalarikkal, N. (2015).. International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials64(10), 526-533.
  39. Oilspill cleanup: The influence of acetylated curaua fibers on the oilremoval capability of magnetic composites, Elias, E., Costa, R., Marques, F., Oliveira, G., Guo, Q., Thomas, S., & Souza Jr, F. G. (2015). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,132(13).
  40. Volume Shrinkage and Cure Kinetics in Carboxyl-Terminated Poly(butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) (CTBN) Modified Epoxy/Clay Nanocomposites, Vijayan P, P., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2015). Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A,52(5), 353-359.
  41. Graphene and graphitic derivatives filled polymer composites as potential sensors, Ponnamma, D., Guo, Q., Krupa, I., Al-Maadeed, M. A. S., Varughese, K. T., Thomas, S., & Sadasivuni, K. K. (2015).Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics17(6), 3954-3981.
  42. Functionalized liquid natural rubber and liquid epoxidized natural rubber: A promising green toughening agent for polyester. Kargarzadeh, H., Ahmad, I., Abdullah, I., Thomas, R., Dufresne, A., Thomas, S., & Hassan, A. (2015). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,132(3).

(2014)

  1. Antibacterial and wound healing analysis of gelatin/zeolite scaffoldsN., Muthiah, M., Yahaya, N. A. B., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., Thomas S.,& Grohens, Y. (2014). Biointerfaces,115, 244-252
  2. Epoxidized natural rubber/epoxy blends: Phase morphology and thermomechanical properties, Mathew, V. S., George, S. C., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2014). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,131(4).
  3. An in vitro method for the determination of microbial barrier property (MBP) of porous polymeric membranes for skin substitute and wound dressing applications.Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine12(1), 12-19.
  4. Facile synthesis of transparent and fluorescent epoxy–CdSe–CdS–ZnS core–multi shell polymer nanocomposites, Mohan, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., Songca, S. P., Osibote, O. A., George, S. C., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). New Journal of Chemistry,38(1), 155-162
  5. Completely green synthesis of dextrose reduced silver nanoparticles, its antimicrobial and sensing propertiesMohan, S., Oluwafemi, O. S., George, S. C., Jayachandran, V. P., Lewu, F. B., Songca, S. P., … & Thomas, S. (2014). Carbohydrate polymers,106, 469-474.
  6. Zeolites incorporated polymeric gel beads—Promising drug carriers.Ninan, N., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2014). Materials Letters118, 12-16.
  7. Stress relaxation behavior of organically modified montmorillonite filled natural rubber/nitrile rubber nanocompositesMaria, H. J., Lyczko, N., Nzihou, A., Joseph, K., Mathew, C., & Thomas, S. (2014)..Applied Clay Science87, 120-128.
  8. Preparation and Characterization of Potato Starch Nanocrystal Reinforced Natural Rubber Nanocomposites, Rajisha, K. R., Maria, H. J., Pothan, L. A., Ahmad, Z., & Thomas, S. (2014). International journal of biological macromolecules,67, 147-153.
  9. Electrospun polycaprolactone/ZnO nanocomposite membranes as biomaterials with antibacterial and cell adhesion propertiesAugustine, R., Malik, H. N., Singhal, D. K., Mukherjee, A., Malakar, D., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014).Journal of Polymer Research21(3), 1-17.
  10. Influence of non-covalent functionalization of carbon nanotubes on the rheological behaviour of natural rubber latex nanocomposites, Ponnamma, D., Sung, S. H., Hong, J. S., Ahn, K. H., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2014),European Polymer Journal,53, 147-159.
  11. Nanofibril reinforced unsaturated polyester nanocomposites: Morphology, mechanical and barrier properties, viscoelastic behavior and polymer chain confinement. Chirayil, C. J., Joy, J., Mathew, L., Koetz, J., & Thomas, S. (2014). Industrial Crops and Products,56, 246-254.
  12. Collagen coated electrospun polycaprolactone (PCL) with titanium dioxide (TiO2) from an environmentally benign solvent: preliminary physico-chemical studies for skin substitute. Ghosal, K., Thomas, S., Kalarikkal, N., & Gnanamani, A. (2014).Journal of Polymer Research,21(5), 1-5.
  13. Reaction induced phase separation and thermo-mechanical properties in epoxidised styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene triblock copolymer modified epoxy-DDM system George, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2014). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,53(17), 6941-6950.
  14. Natural rubber composites filled with a low volume of crab chitin whiskers: Mechanical and thermal characterization Santulli, C., Puglia, D., Rallini, M., Visakh, P. M., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2014). Malaysian Polymer Journal,9(1), 18-23.
  15. Stereochemistry and Miscibility of Epoxy Resin-Poly (trimethylene terephthalate) BlendsChandran, S., Antolasic, F., Eichhorn, K. J., Shanks, R. A., & Thomas, S. (2014)..RSC Advances4(48), 25420-25429.
  16. Isolation and characterization of cellulose nanofibrils from Helicteres isora plant Chirayil, C. J., Joy, J., Mathew, L., Mozetic, M., Koetz, J., & Thomas, S. (2014).Industrial Crops and Products, 59, 27-34.
  17. Variations in Specific Heat and Microstructure in Natural Rubber Filled with Different Fillers as Studied by Differential Scanning Calorimetry. Mandal, Arunava, et al. Journal of Polymer and Biopolymer Physics Chemistry, (2014). 2(1), 25-28.
  18. Electrospun polycaprolactone membranes incorporated with ZnO nanoparticles as skin substitutes with enhanced fibroblast proliferation and wound healing. Augustine, R., Dominic, E. A., Reju, I., Kaimal, B., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). RSC Advances,4(47), 24777-24785.
  19. Rheological Behaviour of Nanocellulose Reinforced Unsaturated Polyester NanocompositesChirayil, C. J., Mathew, L., Hassan, P. A., Mozetic, M., & Thomas, S. (2014). International journal of biological macromolecules,69, 274-281
  20. Magnetoelectric properties of multiferroic composites (1-x) ErMnO3-xY3Fe5O12 at room temperature. Raneesh, B., Soumya, H., Philip, J., Thomas, S., & Nandakumar, K. (2014). Journal of Alloys and Compounds611, 381-385.
  21. Luminescence and magnetic behaviour of almond like (Na5La0.5)MoO4:RE3+ (RE = Eu, Tb, Dy) nanostructures, Krishnan, R., Thirumalai, J., Thomas, S., & Gowri, M. (2014). Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 604, 20-30.
  22. Alumina–clay nanoscale hybrid filler assembling in cross-linked polyethylene based nanocomposites: mechanics and thermal properties.Jose, J. P., & Thomas, S. (2014). Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics,16(28), 14730-14740
  23. Wound healing analysis of pectin/carboxymethyl cellulose/microfibrillated cellulose based composite scaffolds. Ninan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Kalarikkal, N., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., …& Grohens, Y. (2014). Materials Letters,132, 34-37.
  24. Liquid petroleum gas sensing performance of polyaniline-carboxymethyl cellulose composite at room temperature. Ravikiran, Y. T., Kotresh, S., Vijayakumari, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2014.Current Applied Physics14(7), 960-964.
  25. Nucleation and nonisothermal crystallization kinetics in cross-linked polyethylene/zinc oxide nanocomposites Jose, J. P., Chazeau, L., Cavaillé, J. Y., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2014).RSC Advances4(60), 31643-31651.
  26. Effect of ultrasonication and other processing conditions on the morphology, thermomechanical, and piezoelectric properties of poly (vinylidene difluoride‐trifluoroethylene) copolymer films. Nguyen, V. S., Rouxel, D., Meier, M., Vincent, B., Dahoun, A., Thomas, S., & Santos, F. D. D. (2014). Polymer Engineering & Science,54(6), 1280-1288
  27. Viscoelastic behaviour of untreated and chemically treated banana Fiber/PF composites. Indira, K. N., Jyotishkumar, P., & Thomas, S. (2014)..Fibers and Polymers15(1), 91-100.
  28. Flexible EMI shielding materials derived by melt blending PVDF and ionic liquid modified MWNTs. Sharma, M., Sharma, S., Abraham, J., Thomas, S., Madras, G., & Bose, S. (2014). Materials Research Express,1(3), 035003.
  29. Liquid rubber and silicon carbide nanofiber modified epoxy nanocomposites: volume shrinkage, cure kinetics and properties.Vijayan, P. P., Pionteck, J., Huczko, A., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2014)..Composites Science and Technology102, 65-73.
  30. Investigation on the thermal and crystallization behavior of high density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends and their composites. Ponnamma, D., George, J., Thomas, M. G., Chan, C. H., Valić, S., Mozetič, M., …& Thomas, S. (2015). Polymer Engineering & Science,55(5), 1203-1210.
  31. Rheology of multiphase polymer blends with and without reactive compatibiliser: evaluation of interfacial tension using theoretical predictions. Jose, S., Thomas, S., Aravind, I., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2014).International Journal of Plastics Technology18(2), 223-240.
  32. Estimation of lattice strain in ZnO nanoparticles: X-ray peak profile analysis. Bindu, P., & Thomas, S. (2014).Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics,8(4), 123-134.
  33. Luminescence and magnetic behaviour of almond like (Na 0.5 La 0.5) MoO 4: RE 3+(RE= Eu, Tb, Dy) nanostructuresKrishnan, R., Thirumalai, J., Thomas, S., & Gowri, M. (2014). Journal of Alloys and Compounds604, 20-30
  34. Thin, flexible and thermally stable ceramic membranes as separator for lithium-ion batteriesRaja, M., Angulakshmi, N., Thomas, S., Kumar, T. P., & Stephan, A. M. (2014). Journal of Membrane Science,471, 103-109.
  35. Carbon Nanotubes based Elastomer Composites-An Approach towards Multifunctional Materials Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Grohens, Y., Guo, Q., & Thomas, S. (2014). Journal of Materials Chemistry C,2(40), 8446-8485.
  36. Effect of Blend Ratio and Elongation Flow on the Morphology and Properties of Epoxy Resin-Poly (trimethylene terephthalate) Blends Chandran, C. S., Muller, R., Bouquey, M., Serra, C., & Thomas, S. (2014).Polymer Engineering & Science.55,(7),1679–1688.
  37. Studies on electrical properties of nanoclay filled thermoplastic polyurethane/polypropylene blendsKannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2014). Polymer Composites,35(9), 1671-1682.
  38. A facile and rapid method for the black pepper leaf mediated green synthesis of silver nanoparticles and the antimicrobial study.Augustine, R., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2014). Applied Nanoscience4(7), 809-818.
  39. Dynamic mechanical and rheological properties of nitrile rubber nanocomposites based on TiO2, Ca3 (PO4) 2 and layered silicateThomas, P. C., Jose, E. T., George, G., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2014). Journal of Composite Materials,48(19), 2325-2339.
  40. Effect of ultrasonication and other processing conditions on the morphology, thermomechanical, and piezoelectric properties of poly (vinylidene difluoridetrifluoroethylene) copolymer filmsNguyen, V. S., Rouxel, D., Meier, M., Vincent, B., Dahoun, A., Thomas, S., & Santos, F. D. D. (2014). Polymer Engineering & Science,54(6), 1280-1288.

(2013)

  1. Role of Compatibilizer on Morphological and Mechanical Properties of Low Cost Polypropylene/Wood Flour Composites, Bhandari, N. L., Thomas, S., Das, C. K., & Adhikari, R. (2013). Journal of Nepal Chemical Society29, 113-12
  2. Mechanical and dynamic mechanical properties of polyolefin blends: effect of blend ratio and copolymer monomer fraction on the compatibilisation efficiency of random copolymersJose, S., Thomas, S., Biju, P. K., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2013). Journal of Polymer Research,20(12), 1-13.
  3. Green nanocomposites of natural rubber/nanocellulose: Membrane transport, rheological and thermal degradation characterisationsAbraham, E., Thomas, M. S., John, C., Pothen, L. A., Shoseyov, O., & Thomas, S. (2013).,Industrial Crops and Products,51, 415-424.
  4. Development and Characterization of high performance of Natural Rubber nanocomposites using biologically prepared Isora nanofibersJoy, J., Mathew Lovely, P., Rojith, G., Singh, I. B., & Thomas, S. (2013). InFirst International Conference on Resource Efficiency in Interorganizational Networks-ResEff 2013 (p. 143).
  5. Relaxations and chain dynamics of sequential full interpenetrating polymer networks based on natural rubber and poly (methyl methacrylate) John, J., Klepac, D., Petković Didović, M., Raju, K. V. S. N., Pius, A., Andreis, M., …& Thomas, S. (2014). Polymer International,63(8), 1427-1438.
  6. Faujasites Incorporated Tissue Engineering Scaffolds for Wound Healing: In Vitro and In Vivo AnalysisNinan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Wong, T. W., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). ACS applied materials & interfaces,5(21), 11194-11206.
  7. Pectin/carboxymethyl cellulose/microfibrillated cellulose composite scaffolds for tissue engineeringNinan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013).Carbohydrate polymers98(1), 877-885.
  8. Viscoelastic Behavior and Reinforcement Mechanism in Rubber Nanocomposites in the Vicinity of Spherical NanoparticlesBindu, P., & Thomas, S. (2013). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B,117(41), 12632-12648.
  9. Synergistic effect of multi walled carbon nanotubes and reduced graphene oxides in natural rubber for sensing applicationPonnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Strankowski, M., Guo, Q., & Thomas, S. (2013). Soft Matter,9(43), 10343-10353
  10. Mechanical Properties and Failure Topography of Banana Fiber PF Macrocomposites Fabricated by RTM and CM TechniquesIndira, K. N., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2013)..ISRN Polymer Science2013.
  11. Investigation of Cure Reaction, Rheology, Volume Shrinkage and Thermomechanical Properties of Nano-TiO 2 Filled Epoxy/DDS CompositesParameswaranpillai, J., George, A., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Polymers,Article ID 183463
  12. Nanoclay effect on transport properties of thermoplastic polyurethane /polypropylene (TPU/PP) blendsKannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2013). Journal of Polymer Research,20(8), 1-15.
  13. Transport of organic solvents through natural rubber/nitrile rubber/organically modified montmorillonite nanocompositesMaria, H. J., Lyczko, N., Nzihou, A., Mathew, C., George, S. C., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Materials Science,48(15), 5373-5386
  14. Pectin/Carboxymethyl cellulose/Microfibrillated cellulose composite scaffolds for tissue engineeringNinan, N., Muthiah, M., Park, I. K., Elain, A., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). Carbohydrate polymers,98(1), 877-885.
  15. Interrelated Shape Memory and Payne Effect in Polyurethane/Graphene Oxide Nanocomposites. Ponnamma, D., Sadasivuni, K. K., Strankowski, M., Moldenaers, P., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). RSC Advances,3(36), 16068-16079
  16. Effect of rice husk ash on mechanical properties of low density polyethylene
    Louis, N. S. M., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of scientific & Industrial Research,72(7), 441-445
  17. Morphological and mechanical characterization of nanostructured thermosets from epoxy and styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene triblock copolymerGeorge, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Causin, V., Parameswaranpillai, J., & Thomas, S. (2013). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,52(26), 9121-9129.
  18. Novel Natural Rubber/Polypropylene Thermoplastic Vulcanizate Formulations for High Impact PerformanceN Chandran, R Wilson, S Thomas ,2013Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, 2013, 6,. 18-22.
  19. Cross Linked Polyethylene/TiO2 Nanocomposites: Morphology, Polymer/Filler Interaction, Mechanics and Thermal PropertiesJose, J. P., Mhetar, V., Culligan, S., & Thomas, S. (2013). Science of Advanced Materials,5(4), 385-397
  20. Characteristics of banana fibers and banana fiber reinforced phenol formaldehyde compositesmacroscale to nanoscaleNeelamana, I. K., Thomas, S., & Parameswaranpillai, J. (2013). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,130(2), 1239-1246.
  21. Development of poly(isobutylene-co-isoprene)/reduced graphene oxide nanocomposites for barrier, dielectric and sensing applications Kumar, S. K., Castro, M., Saiter, A., Delbreilh, L., Feller, J. F., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013).Materials Letters,96, 109-112.
  22. Preparation and properties of multiwalled carbon nanotube /epoxyamine compositesJyotishkumar, P., Logakis, E., George, S. M., Pionteck, J., Häussler, L., Haßler, R., …& Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,127(4), 3063-3073.
  23. Preparation and properties of TiO2 filled poly (acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene) /epoxy hybrid compositesJyotishkumar, P., Pionteck, J., Moldenaers, P., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of applied polymer science,127(4), 3159-3168.
  24. Preparation and properties of MWCNTs / poly (acrylonitrilestyrenebutadiene) /epoxy hybrid compositesJyotishkumar, P., Abraham, E., George, S. M., Elias, E., Pionteck, J., Moldenaers, P., & Thomas, S. (2013). Journal of Applied Polymer Science,127(4), 3093-3103.
  25. Nano ZnO as cure activator and reinforcing filler in natural rubber, Panampilly, B., & Thomas, S. (2013). Polymer Engineering & Science,53(6), 1337-1346.      
  26. Simple technique for the simultaneous determination of solvent diffusion coefficient in polymer by quantum Resistive Sensors and FT-IR spectroscopy Kumar, S. K., Castro, M., Pillin, I., Feller, J. F., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013). Polymers for Advanced Technologies,24(5), 487-494.
  27. Effects of Graphene and Montmorillonite Clay on the Morphology, and Properties of Poly(isobutylene-co-isoprene) Nanocomposites.Sadasivuni, K. K., Saiter, A., Gautier, N., Thomas, S., & Grohens, Y. (2013).Colloid and Polymer Science,291(7), 1729-1740.
  28. Cellulose nano-particles from Pandanus: viscometric and crystallographic studies. Chenampulli, S., Unnikrishnan, G., Sujith, A., Thomas, S., & Francis, T. (2013). Cellulose,20(1), 429-438.
  29. Effect of organically modified nanoclay on the miscibility, rheology, morphology and properties of epoxy/carboxyl-terminated (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) blend Vijayan, P. P., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2013). Soft Matter,9(10), 2899-2911.
  1. Hybrid Nanoparticle-Based XLPE/SiO2/TiO2 and XLPE/SiO2 Nanocomposites: Nanoscale Hybrid Assembling, Mechanics and Thermal properties. Jose, J. P., Ahmad, Z., & Thomas, S. (2014). Springer Singapore. In InCIEC 2013 (pp. 895-902).
  1. Synthesis and Characterisation of Gelatin/Zeolite Porous Scaffold. Ninan, N., Grohens, Y., Elain, A., Kalarikkal, N., & Thomas, S. (2013). European Polymer Journal,49(9), 2433-2445.

(2012)

  1. Interfacial properties investigated by XPS and ac impedance studies, Stephan, A. M., Prem Kumar, T., Thomas, S., Bongiovanni, R., Nair, J. R., Angulakshmi, N., & Pollicino, A. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(4), 3255-3263.
  2. Calcium phosphate incorporated poly (ethylene oxide)‐based nanocomposite electrolytes for lithium batteries. I. Ionic conductivity and positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy studies,Stephan, A. M., Kumar, T. P., Thomas, S., Thomas, P. S., Bongiovanni, R., Nair, J. R., & Angulakshmi, N. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(4), 3245-3254.
  3. Crosslinked natural rubber nanocomposites reinforced with cellulose whiskers isolated from bamboo waste: Processing and mechanical/thermal properties,Visakh, P. M., Thomas, S., Oksman, K., & Mathew, A. P. (2012). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 43(4), 735-741
  4. Effect of blend ratio on the mechanical and sorption behaviour of polymer–polymer microfibrillar composites from low-density polyethylene and polyethylene terephthalate,Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2012). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 31(8), 549-562.
  5. Cellulose nanofibres and cellulose nanowhiskers based natural rubber composites: Diffusion, sorption, and permeation of aromatic organic solvents,Visakh, P. M., Thomas, S., Oksman, K., & Mathew, A. P. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(2), 1614-1623.
  6. Correlation between orientations of nanoclay and natural rubber crystallites in natural rubber/clay nanocompositesValić, S., & Petković-Didović, M. (2012, January). In POLYCHAR 20. Hrvatska znanstvena bibliografija i MZOS-Svibor.
  7. Effect Of Cellulose Nanofibers Isolated From Bamboo Pulp Residue On Vulcanized Natural Rubber Visakh, P. M., Thomas, S., Oksman, K., & Mathew, A. P. (2012). BioResources, 7(2), 2156-2168.
  8. Permeation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Vapors through High Density Polyethylene/Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer Rubber BlendsAnil Kumar, P. V., Kumar, S. A., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012)..Separation Science and Technology, 47(6), 811-818.
  9. Enhancement of thermal stability, strength and extensibility of lipid-based polyurethanes with cellulose-based nanofibersFloros, M., Hojabri, L., Abraham, E., Jose, J., Thomas, S., Pothan, L., …& Narine, S. (2012).. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 97(10), 1970-1978.
  10. Preparation and characterization of EVA/clay Nanocomposites with improved barrier performance, Wilson, R., Plivelic, T. S., Aprem, A. S., Ranganathaiagh, C., Kumar, S. A., & Thomas, S. (2012, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 123(6), 3806-3818.
  11. Polystyrene/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Morphology, mechanical, and dielectric propertiesSelvin, T. P., Thomas, S., Zafeiropoulos, N. E., Bandyopadhyay, S., Wurm, A., & Schick, C. (2012). Polymer Engineering & Science, 52(3), 689-699.
  12. Effect of Cure Conditions on the Generated Morphology and Viscoelastic Properties of a Poly (Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene) Modified Epoxy–Amine System. Parameswaran Pillai, J., Pionteck, J., Häßler, R., Sinturel, C., Mathew, V. S., & Thomas, S. (2012, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(6), 2586-2595
  13. Chlorobutyl rubber nanocomposites as effective gas and VOC barrier materials,Saritha, A., Joseph, K., Thomas, S., & Muraleekrishnan, R. (2012).. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 43(6), 864-870.
  14. Thermophysical and mechanical properties of TiO2 and silica nanoparticle-filled natural rubber compositesMeera, A. P., Tlili, R., Boudenne, A., Ibos, L., Poornima, V., Thomas, S., & Candau, Y. (2012). Journal of Elastomers and Plastics, 0095244311432611.
  15. Viscoelastic effects in thermoplastic poly (styrene-acrylonitrile)-modified epoxy–DDM system during reaction induced phase separation,Jyotishkumar, P., Moldenaers, P., George, S. M., & Thomas, S. (2012). Soft Matter, 8(28), 7452-7462.
  16. Molecular Transport of Aromatic Solvents through Oil Palm Micro Fiber Filled Natural Rubber Composites: Role of Fiber Content and Interface Adhesion on TransportJoseph, S., Thomas, S., Joseph, K., Cvelbar, U., Panja, P., & Ceh, M. (2012). Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 26(1-3), 271-288.
  17. Transport properties of polyester composite reinforced with treated sisal fibers Sreekumar, P. A., Agoudjil, B., Boudenne, A., Unnikrishnan, G., Ibos, L., Fois, M., & Thomas, S. (2012). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 31(2), 117-127.
  18. Transport properties of high-density polyethylene/ethylene propylene diene terpolymer blends,Kumar, P. A., Kumar, S. A., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012). Transport properties of high-density polyethylene/ethylene propylene diene terpolymer blends. Journal of Materials Science, 47(7), 3293-3304.
  19. Transport behavior of aromatic hydrocarbons through high density polyethylene/ethylene propylene diene terpolymer blends Anil Kumar, P. V., Anilkumar, S., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012). Journal of Polymer Research, 19(1), 1-12.
  20. Electrical properties of short sisal fiber reinforced polyester composites fabricated by resin transfer molding. Sreekumar, P. A., Saiter, J. M., Joseph, K., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2012). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 43(3), 507-511.
  21. Effect of filler geometry on the diffusion and transport behavior of aromatic solvents and commercial oil through nitrile rubber nanocompositesThomas, P. C., Jose, E. T., George, G., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2012). Polymer Composites, 33(12), 2236-2244.
  22. Cure kinetics and thermal stability of micro and nanostructured thermosetting blends of epoxy resin and epoxidized styrene-block-butadiene-block-styrene triblock copolymer systemsGeorge, S. M., Puglia, D., Kenny, J. M., Jyotishkumar, P., & Thomas, S. (2012). Polymer Engineering & Science, 52(11), 2336-2347.
  23. High performance HTLNR/epoxy blend—Phase morphology and thermo-mechanical propertiesMathew, V. S., Jyotishkumar, P., George, S., Gopalakrishnan, P., Delbreilh, L., Saiter, J. M., …& Thomas, S. (2012). Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 125(1), 804-811
  24. The role of surfactant type and modifier concentration in tailoring the properties of chlorobutyl rubber/organo clay nanocompositesSaritha, A., Joseph, K., Thomas, S., & Muraleekrishnan, R. (2012)..Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 124(6), 4590-4597.
  25. Comparison of Theory with Experimental Data for Nanoclay-Filled TPU/PP Blend,Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2012). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(41), 13379-13392
  26. In-situ Cure and Cure Kinetic Analysis of a Liquid Rubber Modified Epoxy Resin,Thomas, R., Sinturel, C., Pionteck, J., Puliyalil, H., & Thomas, S. (2012)..Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(38), 12178-12191.
  27. Clay Intercalation and its Influence on the Morphology and Transport Properties of EVA/Clay NanocompositesWilson, R., George, S. M., Maria, H. J., Plivelic, T. S., Kumar S, A., & Thomas, S. (2012)..The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 116(37), 20002-20014.

(2011)

1.          Studies on Stress Relaxation and Thermomechanical Properties of Poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) Modified Epoxy−Amine Systems.Pionteck, J., Hässler, R., George, S. M., Cvelbar, U., & Thomas, S. (2011).Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(8), 4432-4440

  1. Permeation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Vapors through High Density Polyethylene/ Ethylene Propylene Diene Terpolymer Rubber Blends.Anil Kumar, P. V., Kumar, S. A., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2012). Separation Science and Technology, 47(6), 811-818.
  2. Natural rubber latex/potato starch nanocrystal nanocomposites: Correlation morphology/electrical properties. Bouthegourd, E., Rajisha, K. R., Kalarical, N., Saiter, J. M., & Thomas, S. (2011). Materials Letters, 65(23), 3615-3617.
  3. Cure Kinetics of Poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) Modified Epoxy–Amine System. Pillai, J. P., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of Macromolecular Science, Part A, 48(9), 751-756.nfluence of clay content and amount of organic modifiers on morphology and pervaporation performance of EVA/Clay nanocomposites Wilson, R., Plivelic, T. S., Ramya, P., Ranganathaiah, C., Kariduraganavar, M. Y., Sivasankarapillai, A. K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(7), 3986-3993.
  4. Surface-modified sisal fiber-reinforced eco-friendly composites: Mechanical, thermal, and diffusion studies .PA, S., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Polymer composites, 32(1), 131-138.
  5. In situ microfibrillar blends and composites of polypropylene and poly (ethylene terephthalate): Morphology and thermal properties, Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2011). Journal of polymer research, 18(1), 1-11.
  6. Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Mechanical, gas permeability, and molecular transport properties Palakattukunnel, S. T., Thomas, S., Sreekumar, P. A., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2011). Journal of Polymer Research, 18(6), 1277-1285.
  7. Yttrium barium copper oxide-filled polystyrene as a dielectric material,Abraham, R., Kuryan, S., Isac, J., Zacharia, A. K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of applied polymer science, 120(4), 2233-2241.
  8. Influence of calix[2]-p-benzo[4]pyrrole on the electrochemical properties of poly(ethylene oxide)-based electrolytes for lithium batteriesStephan, A. M., Prem Kumar, T., Angulakshmi, N., Salini, P. S., Sabarinathan, R., Srinivasan, A., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of applied polymer science, 120(4), 2215-2221.
  9. Surface-modified sisal fiber-reinforced eco-friendly composites: Mechanical, thermal, and diffusion studiesPA, S., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2011). Polymer composites, 32(1), 131-138
  10. Cellulose nanocomposites with nanofibres isolated from pineapple leaf fibers for medical applicationsCherian, B. M., Leão, A. L., de Souza, S. F., Costa, L. M. M., de Olyveira, G. M., Kottaisamy, M., … & Thomas, S. (2011). Carbohydrate Polymers, 86(4), 1790-1798.
  11. Transreactions in poly trimethylene terephthalate / bisphenol-A polycarbonate (PC) blends analysed by Pressure-Volume-Temperature measurementsAravind, I., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2012). Polymer Testing, 31(1), 16-24.
  12. Rheology and pressure–volume–temperature behavior of the thermoplastic poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene)-modified epoxy-DDS system during reaction induced phase separation. Jyotishkumar, P., Pionteck, J., Özdilek, C., Moldenaers, P., Cvelbar, U., Mozetic, M., & Thomas, S. (2011). Soft matter, 7(16), 7248-7256.
  13. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of eco-friendly composites fabricated by resin transfer molding.Sreekumar, P. A., Thomas, P. S., Saiter, J. M., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2011). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 0731684411420894.

(2010)

  1. Dynamics of Phase Separation in Poly(acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene)-Modified Epoxy/DDS System: Kinetics and Viscoelastic EffectsJyotishkumar, P., Ozdilek, C., Moldenaers, P., Sinturel, C., Janke, A., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2010). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 114(42), 13271-13281.
  2. Morphology and Mechanical Properties of Normal Blends and In-Situ Microfibrillar Composites from Low-Density Polyethylene and Poly(ethylene terephthalate). Jayanarayanan, K., Ravichandran, A., Rajendran, D., Sivathanupillai, M., Venkatesan, A., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 49(5), 442-448.
  3. Morphology, Dynamic Mechanical, Thermal, and Crystallization Behaviors of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate)/Polycarbonate Blends , Aravind, I., Boumod, A., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2010). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 49(8), 3873-3882.
  4. Isolation of nanocellulose from pineapple leaf fibres by steam explosionCherian, B. M., Leão, A. L., de Souza, S. F., Thomas, S., Pothan, L. A., & Kottaisamy, M. (2010). Carbohydrate Polymers, 81(3), 720-725.
  5. Main chain and segmental dynamics of semi interpenetrating polymer networks based on polyisoprene and poly(methyl methacrylate)John, J., Klepac, D., Didović, M., Sandesh, C. J., Liu, Y., Raju, K. V. S. N., … & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer, 51(11), 2390-2402
  6. Influence of polarity parameters on the mechanical properties of composites from polypropylene fiber and short banana fiber ,Paul, S. A., Joseph, K., Mathew, G. G., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 41(10), 1380-1387.
  7. Ionic conductivity and interfacial properties of nanochitin-incorporated polyethylene oxide–LiN (C2F5SO2)2 polymer electrolytesAngulakshmi, N., Kumar, T. P., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2010). Electrochimica Acta, 55(4), 1401-1406.
  8. Dynamic mechanical properties of oil palm microfibril-reinforced natural rubber compositesJoseph, S., Appukuttan, S. P., Kenny, J. M., Puglia, D., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 117(3), 1298-1308.
  9. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of woven-sisal-fabric-reinforced natural-rubber biocompositesJacob, M., Jose, J., Jose, S., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 117(1), 614-621
  10. The role of interface modification on thermal degradation and crystallization behavior of composites from commingled polypropylene fiber and banana fiber,Paul, S. A., Oommen, C., Joseph, K., Mathew, G., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(6), 1113-1123.
  11. Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Thermo mechanical and gas permeability measurements,Selvin, T. P., Seno, J., Murukan, B., Santhosh, A. A., Sabu, T., Weimin, Y., & Sri, B. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(6), 1011-1019.
  12. Preparation of polypropylene fiber/banana fiber composites by novel commingling method, Paul, S. A., Joseph, K., Mathew, G., Pothen, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(5), 816-824.
  13. Melt rheology of HDPE/EVA blends: The effects of blend ratio, compatibilization, and dynamic vulcanizationJohn, B., Varughese, K. T., Oommen, Z., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(4), 665-676.
  14. Dynamic mechanical analysis of oil palm microfibril-reinforced acrylonitrile butadiene rubber composites,Joseph, S., Sreekumar, P. A., Kenny, J. M., Puglia, D., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(2), 236.
  15. Dynamic mechanical analysis of novel composites from commingled polypropylene fiber and banana fiberPaul, S. A., Sinturel, C., Joseph, K., Mathew, G. D., Pothan, L. A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(2), 384-395.
  16. Viscoelastic and thermal properties of woven-sisal-fabric-reinforced natural-rubber biocomposites ,Jacob, M., Jose, J., Jose, S., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 117(1), 614-621.
  17. Rheology and morphology of polytrimethylene terephthalate/ethylene propylene diene monomer blends in the presence and absence of a reactive compatibilizerAravind, I., Jose, S., Ahn, K. H., & Thomas, S. (2010). Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(10), 1945-1955.
  18. Structural and mechanical properties of YBCO-polystyrene compositesAbraham, R., Thomas, P., Kuryan, S., Issac, J., Nandakumar, K., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of applied polymer science, 118(2), 1027-1041.
  19. Morphology, mechanical and thermal properties of nano-structured full IPNs based on polyisoprene and PMMAJohn, J., Suriyakala, R., Thomas, S., Mendez, J. M., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(11), 2892-2901.
  20. Effect of sequence of nanoclay addition in TPU/PP blends: thermomechanical propertiesKannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Jose, T., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(4), 1078-1085.
  21. Epoxy resin/liquid natural rubber system: secondary phase separation and its impact on mechanical properties, Mathew, V. S., Sinturel, C., George, S. C., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(7), 1769-1781
  22. Transport of methyl methacrylate monomer through natural rubber,John, J., Kunchandy, S., Kumar, A., Pius, A., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of materials science, 45(2), 409-417.
  23. In situ microfibrillar blends and composites of polypropylene and poly (ethylene terephthalate): Morphology and thermal properties,.Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2011). Journal of polymer research, 18(1), 1-11.
  24. Preparation of Bionanomaterials and their Polymer Nanocomposites from Waste and Biomass Visakh, P. M., & Thomas, S. (2010). Waste and Biomass Valorization, 1(1), 121-134.
  25. Compatibilizing Action of a Poly(styrene-butadiene) Triblock Co-polymer in ABS/PET-G Blends,Joseph, S., Focke, W. W., & Thomas, S. (2010). Composite Interfaces, 17(2-3), 175-196
  26. Preparation and characterization of nanoclay-filled polyurethane/polypropylene blends Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Jose, T., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010)..Polymer Engineering & Science, 50(9), 1878-1886.
  27. Reactive compatibilization of polymer blends,Indose Aravind and Sabu Thomas,Society of Plastic Engineers,Plastice Research Online (2010) DOI:2417/spepro.003188
  28. Recent Advances in Green Composites Recent Advances in Green Composites, Gejo, G., Kuruvilla, J., Boudenne, A., & Sabu, T. (2010, March).. In Key Engineering Materials (Vol. 425, pp. 107-166)
  29. Design, Development and Testing of Rubber Nanocomposites, Saritha, A., Kuruvilla, J., & Sabu, T. (2010, March). In Key Engineering Materials (Vol. 425, pp. 61-93).
  30. High-performance nanocomposites based on arcylonitrile-butadiene rubber with fillers of different particle size: Mechanical and morphological studiesThomas, P. C., Tomlal Jose, E., Selvin Thomas, P., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(9), 1515-1524.
  31. Environmental Degradiation of Remie Fibre Reinforced BiocompositesKrasowska, K., Brzeska, J., Rutkowska, M., Janik, H., Sreekala, M. S., Goda, K., & Sabu, T. Polish J. Environ. Stud(2010) 31 (9) 1515–1524.
  32. Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/calcium phosphate nanocomposites: Thermo mechanical and gas permeability measurementsSelvin, T. P., Seno, J., Murukan, B., Santhosh, A. A., Sabu, T., Weimin, Y., & Sri, B. (2010). Polymer Composites, 31(6), 1011-1019.
  33. Dynamic Mechanical and Dielectric Behavior of Banana/glass Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Polyester Composites, Pothan, L. A., George, C. N., John, M. J., & Thomas, S. (2010). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, 29(8), 1131-1145.

34.       Mechanical performance of short banana/sisal hybrid fibre reinforced polyester composites, Thomas, S., Idicula, M., & Joseph, K. (2009). Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites.

  1. Ionic conductivity and interfacial properties of nanochitin-incorporated polyethylene oxide–LiN(C2F5SO2)2 polymer electrolytes ,Angulakshmi, N., Kumar, T. P., Thomas, S., & Stephan, A. M. (2010). Electrochimica Acta, 55(4), 1401-1406.

(2009)

  1. Polystyrene−Calcium Phosphate Nanocomposites: Preparation, Morphology, and Mechanical BehaviorThomas, S. P., Thomas, S., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2008). The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113(1), 97-104.
  2. Mechanical Properties and Morphology of Nanoclay-Filled Different TPU/PP Blends,Kannan, M., Bhagawan, S. S., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 48(8), 871-876.
  3. Dynamic Mechanical Analysis of in situ Microfibrillar Composites Based on PP and PET. Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 48(4), 455-463.
  4. A Study on Reaction-Induced Miscibility of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate) /Polycarbonate Blends, Aravind, I., Eichhorn, K. J., Komber, H., Jehnichen, D., Zafeiropoulos, N. E., Ahn, K. H., … & Thomas, S. (2009). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113(6), 1569-1578.
  5. Mechanical, atomic force misrosopy and focused ion beam Studies studies of isotactis polystyrene/titanium dioxide composites,Thomas, S. P., Thomas, S., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2009). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 40(1), 36-44.
  6. Tensile Stress Relaxation Studies of TiO2 and Nanosilica Filled Natural Rubber CompositesMeera, A. P., Said, S., Grohens, Y., Luyt, A. S., & Thomas, S. (2009)..Industrial & engineering chemistry research, 48(7), 3410-3416.
  7. Complex Phase Separation in Poly(acrylonitrile−butadiene−styrene)-Modified Epoxy/ 4,4′-Diaminodiphenyl Sulfone Blends: Generation of New Micro and Nano sub structuresJyotishkumar, P., Koetz, J., Tiersch, B., Strehmel, V., Özdilek, C., Moldenaers, P., …& Thomas, S. (2009). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113(16), 5418-5430.
  8. Effect of draw ratio on the microstructure, thermal, tensile and dynamic rheological properties of in-situ microfibrillar composites, Jayanarayanan, K., Jose, T., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). European Polymer Journal, 45(6), 1738-1747.
  9. Natural fiber hybrid composites – A comparison between compression molding and resin transfer moldingIdicula, M., Sreekumar, P. A., Joseph, K., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer Composites, 30(10), 1417-1425.
  10. High-performance composite from epoxy and glass fibers: Morphology, mechanical, dynamic mechanical, and thermal analysisHameed, N., Sreekumar, P. A., Valsaraj, V. S., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer composites, 30(7), 982-992.
  11. Nonisothermal thermophysical evaluation of polypropylene/natural rubber based TPEs: Effect of blend ratio and dynamic vulcanizationJoseph, A., Lüftl, S., Seidler, S., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). Polymer Engineering and Science, 49(7), 1332.
  12. Dynamic mechanical properties of sisal fiber reinforced polyester composites fabricated by resin transfer moldingSreekumar, P. A., Saiah, R., Saiter, J. M., Leblanc, N., Joseph, K., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2009). Polymer Composites, 30(6), 768-775.
  13. Nonlinear Viscoelastic Behavior of Silica-Filled Natural Rubber NanocompositesMeera, A. P., Said, S., Grohens, Y., & Thomas, S. (2009). The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 113(42), 17997-18002.
  14. Rheology, Morphology, Mechanical Properties and Free Volume of Poly(trimethylene terephthalate)/Polycarbonate BlendsAravind, I., Ahn, K. H., Ranganathaiah, C., & Thomas, S. (2009). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 48(22), 9942-9951.
  15. Effect of fiber surface modification on the mechanical and water absorption characteristics of sisal/polyester composites fabricated by resin transfer moldingSreekumar, P. A., Thomas, S. P., marc Saiter, J., Joseph, K., Unnikrishnan, G., & Thomas, S. (2009). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 40(11), 1777-1784.
  16. Dynamic mechanical properties of cotton/polypropylene commingled composite systemsElappunkal, T. J., Mathew, R., Thomas, P. C., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2009). Journal of applied polymer science, 114(5), 2624-2631.
  17. Comparison of Interaction of Aromatic Solvents in Hybrid and Textile BiocompositesJohn, M. J., Thomas, S., & Varughese, K. T. (2009). Journal of Elastomers and Plastics, 41(6), 523-541.

(2008)

  1. Characterization of EVA/Clay Nanocomposite Membranes and Its Pervaporation PerformanceAnilkumar, S., Kumaran, M. G., & Thomas, S. (2008). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112(13), 4009-4015.
  2. Morphology and transport characteristics of poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)/clay nanocompositesMuralidharan, M. N., Kumar, S. A., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of Membrane Science, 315(1), 147-154.
  3. Improving reinforcement of natural rubber by networking of activated carbon nanotubesBhattacharyya, S., Sinturel, C., Bahloul, O., Saboungi, M. L., Thomas, S., & Salvetat, J. P. (2008). Carbon, 46(7), 1037-1045.
  4. Thermal Degradation and Crystallisation Studies of Reactively Compatibilised Polymer Blends,Jose, S., Thomas, S., Biju, P. K., Koshy, P., & Karger-Kocsis, J. (2008). Thermal degradation and crystallisation studies of reactively compatibilised polymer blends. Polymer Degradation and Stability, 93(6), 1176-1187.
  5. Biofibres and biocomposites, Maya Jacob John, Sabu Thomas, Carbohydrate Polymers, (2008) 71 (3) 343
  6. Morphology, static and dynamic mechanical properties of in situ microfibrillar composites based on polypropylene/poly (ethylene terephthalate) blends Jayanarayanan, K., Thomas, S., & Joseph, K. (2008).. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 39(2), 164-175.
  7. Effect of chemical modification on properties of hybrid fiber biocomposites
    John, M. J., Francis, B., Varughese, K. T., & Thomas, S. (2008). Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 39(2), 352-363.
  8. Miscibility, morphology, thermal, and mechanical properties of a DGEBA based epoxy resin toughened with a liquid rubberThomas, R., Yumei, D., Yuelong, H., Le, Y., Moldenaers, P., Weimin, Y., … & Thomas, S. (2008). Polymer, 49(1), 278-294.
  9. Electrical properties of banana fiber-reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites Joseph, S., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of applied polymer science, 109(1), 256-263.
  10. Stress-relaxation behavior of natural rubber/polystyrene and natural rubber/polystyrene/natural rubber-graft-polystyrene blends Asaletha, R., Bindu, P., Aravind, I., Meera, A. P., Valsaraj, S. V., Yang, W., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of applied polymer science, 108(2), 904-913.
  11. Molecular transport characteristics of poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes in the presence of normal alkanesAnilkumar, S., & Thomas, S. (2008). Packaging Technology and Science, 21(2), 103-114.
  12. Mechanical properties and water sorption behavior of phenol-formaldehyde hybrid composites reinforced with banana fiber and glass fiberJoseph, S., Sreekala, M. S., Koshy, P., & Thomas, S. (2008). Journal of applied polymer science, 109(3), 1439-1446.
  13. Gas Transport Through Nano Poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) Composite Membranes, Kumar, S. A., Yuelong, H., Yumei, D., Le, Y., Kumaran, M. G., & Thomas, S. (2008). Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 47(14), 4898-4904.
  14. PVT Behavior of Thermoplastic Poly(styrene-co-acrylonitrile modifed Epoxy, ResinJose, J., Joseph, K., Pionteck, J., & Thomas, S. (2008). The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 112(47), 14793-14803.

(2007)

  1. Supercapacitors from Activated Carbon Derived from Banana Fibers Subramanian, C. Luo, A. M. Stephan, K. S. Nahm, S. Thomas and B. Wei, Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2007) 111 7527.
  2. Molecular transport of aromatic solvents through microcomposites of natural rubber (NR), carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) and their blends Stephen, K. Joseph, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Composites Science and Technology (2007)  67 1187.
  3. Cure kinetics, morphology and miscibility of modified DGEBA-based epoxy resin – Effects of a liquid rubber inclusion Thomas, S. Durix, C. Sinturel, T. Omonov, S. Goossens, G. Groeninckx, P. Moldenaers and S. Thomas, Polymer(2007) 48 1695.
  4. A comparative study on mechanical properties of sisal-leaf fibre-reinforced polyester composites prepared by resin transfer and compression moulding techniques A. Sreekumar, K. Joseph, G. Unnikrishnan and S Thomas, Composites Science and Technology, (2007) 67453.
  5. Morphology and Contact Angle studies of Poly(Styrene-Co-Acrylonitrile) modified epoxy resin blends and their glass fibre reinforced Composites Hameed, S. P. Thomas, R. Abraham and S. Thomas, Express Polymer Letters (2007) 1 345.
  6. Flow properties of unvulcanised natural rubber/carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber latices and their blends Stephen, K. V. S. N. Raju, M. Rao, B. Francis, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, Journal of Applied Polymer Science (2007) 104 2428.
  7. Durability and ageing characteristics of hybrid bio-fiber reinforced natural rubber biocompositesMaya Jacob, K.T. Varughese and Sabu Thomas, Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy (2007) 1 118
  8. Morphology, Dynamic Mechanical and Thermal Studies on Poly(Styrene-co-Acrylonitrile) Modified Epoxy Resin/Glass Fibre Composites Hameed, P.A. Sreekumar, B. Francis, W. Yang and S. Thomas, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, ( 2007) 35 2422.
  9. Durability and ageing characteristics of hybrid bio-fiber reinforced natural rubber biocompositesMaya Jacob, K.T. Varughese and Sabu Thomas, Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy(2007) 1 118
  10. Diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A epoxy resin modified using poly(ether ether ketone) with pendent tert-butyl groupsBejoy Francis, Sabu Thomas, R. Sadhana, Nicole Thuaud, R. Ramaswamy, Seno Jose, V. Lakshmana Rao, Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics (2007) 45 (17) 2481
  11. Sorption and diffusion of normal alkanes through poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes Anil Kumar, M. G. Kumaran, Sabu Thomas, Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics(2007) 45 (17) 2470
  12. Thermal degradation and ageing behavior of microcomposites of natural rubber, carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber latices, and their blendsRanimol Stephen, A. M. Siddique, Fouran Singh, Lekshmi Kailas, Seno Jose, Kuruvilla Joseph, Sabu Thomas, Journal of Applied Polymer Science(2007) 105 (2) 341
  13. Dynamic Mechanical and Dielectric Properties of Nanocomposites of Natural Rubber (NR), Carboxylated Styrene Butadiene Rubber (XSBR) Latices and Their Blends, Stephen R; Thomas S;  Raju KVSN; Varghese S; Joseph K; Oommeni  Z,  Rubber chemistry and  technology. (2007) 80 672
  14. Melt rheology and extrudate morphology studies of polystyrene/polybutadiene blends in the presence and absence of compatibilisers Susan Joseph; A Menon; Aju Joseph; Sabu Thomas, Journal of Materials Science, (2007)42 2063

(2006)

  1. Transport of organic solvents through coir-fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites: a method for evaluating interfacial interaction, Geethamma V.G., Thomas S., J. Adhes. Sci. Technol. (2006) 18 951
  2. Thermophysical properties of natural fibre reinforced polyester composites, Idicula M., Boudenne A., Umadevi L., Ibos L., Candau Y., Thomas S., Sci. Technol., (2006) 662719
  3. Dynamical mechanical analysis of sisal/oil palm hybrid fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites, Jacob M, Francis B, Thomas S, Varughese K.T., Polym. Compos., (2006) 27671
  4. The Effect of Silane Coupling Agents on the Viscoelastic Properties of Rubber Biocomposites, Jacob M., Francis B., Varughese K. T., Thomas S., Macromol. Mater. Engg., (2006)2911119
  5. Melting and crystallization behaviors of isotactic polypropylene/acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber blends in the presence and absence of compatibilizers and fillers, A. Joseph, S. George, K. Joseph, S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2006)1022067
  6. Molecular transport characteristics of polyethylene-co-*vinyl acetate) in presence of aliphatic chlorinated hydrocarbons, SA Kumar, Thomas S, Prog. Rubber, Plast. Recycl. Technol., (2006)22285
  7. Sorption and diffusion of arenes through poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes, Thomas S,Kumar SA, Kumaran MG, J. Mater. Sci. (2006), 41 4892
  8. Correlation between the morphology and dynamic mechanical properties of ethylene vinyl acetate/linear low-density polyethylene blends: Effects of the blend ratio and compatibilization, Moly K.A,Bhagawan SS, Groeninckx G, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 4526
  9. Polymer nanocomposites: preperation, properties and applications, P. Thomas, R. Stephen, S.Bandyopadhyay, S. Thomas, Gummi Fascrn Kunststoffe, (2006)  9 544
  10. Mechanical Properties of Sulphur Prevulcanised and Gamma Radiation Vulcanised Natural Rubber and Carboxylated Styrene Butadiene Rubber Latices and Their Blends, Stephen, K. Joseph, S. Thomas, J. Rubb. Res., (2006) 9 78
  11. Thermal and crystallisation behaviours of blends of polyamide 12 with styrene-ethylene/butyleneestyrene rubbers, Jose, S. P. Thomas , S. Thomas, J. Karger-Kocsis, Polymer (2006) 47 6328
  12. A study on the moisture sorption characteristics in woven sisal fabric reinforced natural rubber biocomposites, Appl. Polym. Sci., M. Jacob, K. T. Varughese, S. Thomas (2006) 102 416
  13. The role of fibre/matrix interactions on the dynamic mechanical properties of chemically modified banana fibre/polyester composites, Compos. Part A: Appl. Sci. and Manufact., A. Pothan, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, (2006) 371260
  14. Cure kinetics, morphological and dynamic mechanical analysis of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A epoxy resin modified with hydroxyl terminated poly(ether ether ketone) containing pendent tertiary butyl groups, Francis, V. Lakshmana Rao, Geert Vanden Poel, Fabrice Posada, Gabriel Groeninckx, R. Ramaswamy and Sabu Thomas, Polymer, (2006) 475411
  15. XPS Studies of Chemically Modified Banana Fibers, A. Pothan, F. Simon, S. Spange, and S.Thomas, Biomacromolecules, (2006) 7 892
  16. Pyrolitic carbon from biomass precursors as anode materials for lithium batteries, A. Manuel Stephan, T. Prem Kumar, R. Ramesh, S. Thomas, Soo kyung Jeong and Kee Suk Nahm, J. Materials Sci. & Eng. (2006) 430 132
  17. Diffusion and transport through nanocomposites of natural rubber (NR), carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) and their blends, R. Stephen, Siby Varghese, Kuruvilla Joseph, Zachariah Oommen and Sabu Thomas, J. Membrane Sci. (2006) 282162
  18. Rheological behaviour of nanocomposites of natural rubber and carboxylated Styrene butadiene rubber lattices and their blends, .R. Stephen, Rossamma Alex, Tressa Cherian , Siby Varghese, Kuruvilla Joseph and S. Thomas, Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 101 2355
  19. Morphology and mechanical properties and polyamide12/polypropylene blends in presence and absecens of reactive compatibiliser, S. Jose, B. Francis, S. Thomas and J. Karger Kocsis, Polymer, (2006)  47 3874
  20. Thermal stability and ageing properties of sulphur and gamma radiation vulcanized natural rubber (NR) and carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) latices and their blends, R. Stephen, Seno Jose, Kuruvilla Joseph, Sabu Thomas and Zachariah Oommen, Polym. Degrad. and Stab. (2006) 91 1717
  21. Gas transport through nano and micro composites of natural rubber (NR) and their blends with carboxylated styrene butadiene rubber (XSBR) latex membranes, R. Stephen, C. Ranganathaiah, Siby Varghese, Kuruvilla Joseph and Sabu Thomas, Polymer (2006) 47 858
  22. Differential scanning calorimetric and free volume study of reactive compatibilization by EPM-g-MA of poly(trimethylene terephthalate)/EPDM blends, H. B. Ravikumar, C. Ranganathaiah, G. N. Kumaraswamy, M. V. Deepa Urs, J. H Jagannath, A. S. Bawa and Sabu Thomas , J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 740
  23. Environmental durability of banana-fiber-reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, S. Joseph, Z. Oommen and Sabu Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 2521
  24. Failure properties of thermoplastic elastomers from polyethylene/nitrile rubber blends:dynamic vulcanization, and filler incorporation failure effect of blend ratio, J. George, N. R. Neelakantan, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J.Appl.Polym. Sci. (2006) 100 2912
  25. Toughening of diglycidyl ether of bisphenol-A epoxy resin using poly (ether ether ketone) with pendent ditert-butyl groups, B. Francis, S. Thomas, R. Ramaswamy, and V. Lakshmana Rao, International J. Polym. Mat., (2006) 55 681
  26. Hydroxyl terminated poly (ether ether ketone) with pendent tert-butyl groups as tougheners for epoxy resin, Francis, S. Thomas, G. Viswanathan Asari, R. Ramaswamy, S. Jose,V. Lakshmana Rao, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., (2006) 44 541
  27. Effect of reactive compatibilisation on the phase morphology and tensile properties of PA12/PP Blends, Jose, S. V. Nair, S. Thomas, J. Karger-Kocsis, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2006) 99 2640
  28. Studies on the morphology and thermal behaviour of polystyrene/polybutadiene blends, Joseph S, Radusch HJ, Androsch R, J.Polym.Mates. (2006) 22 251

(2005)

  1. The role of interfacial interactions on the mechanical properties of banana fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, Thomas S Joseph S, Koshy P, Comp.Inter. (2005) 12 581
  2. Water sorption studies of hybrid bio-fiberreinforced natural rubber biocomposites, M. Jacob, S. Thomas and K.T. Varughese, Biomacromolecules, (2005) 6 2965
  3. Dynamic mechanical properties of high density polyethylene and nitrile rubber blends, J. George, N.R. Neelakantan, K.T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Rubber Chemistry and Technology, (2005) 78 286
  4. Advances in Characterisation of Interfaces and fiber surfaces in Lignocellulosic fiber Reinforced Composites, M. Jacob, L.A.Pothan and S.Thomas, Composite Interfaces, (2005) 12 124
  5. Static and dynamic Mechanical Properties of Banana/Glass woven fabric Composites, L. A. Pothan, Petra Potschke and S. Thomas, J. Comp. Mater, (2005) 39 1007
  6. Morphology, viscoelastic properties, and mechanical behavior of epoxy resin modified with hydroxyl-terminated poly(ether ether ketone) oligomer with pendent tert-butyl groups, Bejoy Francis, V. Lakshmana Rao, R. Ramaswamy, Seno Jose, Sabu Thomas and K.V.S.N. Raju, Polym. Eng. Sci., (2005) 45 1645
  7. Hydroxyl terminated poly(ether ether ketone) with pendent methyl group toughened epoxy resin: Miscibility, morphology and mechanical properties, Bejoy Francis, Sabu Thomas, Jesmy Jose, R. Ramaswamy, V. Lakshmana Rao, Polymer, (2005) 46, 12372
  8. Dynamic mechanical behavior of short coir fiber reinforced natural rubber composites, G. Geethamma, G. Kalaprasad, Gabriël Groeninckx and Sabu Thomas,Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, (2005) 36 1499
  9. Compatibilising action of random and triblock copolymers of poly(styrene–butadiene) in polystyrene/polybutadiene blends: A study by electron microscopy, solid state NMR spectroscopy and mechanical measurements, Susan Joseph, Francoise Lauprêtre, Claire Negrell and Sabu Thomas, Polymer, (2005) 46 9385
  10. Effect of layering pattern on dynamic mechanical properties of randomly oriented short banana/sisal hybrid fiber-reinforced polyester composites, Maries Idicula, S. K. Malhotra, Kuruvilla Joseph and Sabu Thomas, of Appl.Polym.Sci., (2005) 972168
  11. Gas permeation studies of natural rubber and carboxylated styrene-butadiene rubber latex membranes, Ranimol Stephen, Sabu Thomas and Kuruvilla Joseph, J. of Appl. Polym. Sci.,  (2005) 98 1125
  12. Morphology, mechanical and viscoelastic properties of nitrile rubber/epoxidized natural rubber blends, Asha Elizabeth Mathai and Sabu Thomas, J. of Appl. Polym. Sci., (2005)971561
  13. Dynamic mechanical analysis of randomly oriented intimately mixed short banana/sisal hybrid fibre reinforced polyester compositesMaries Idicula, S.K. Malhotra, Kuruvilla Joseph and Sabu Thomas, Sci. and Tech., (2005)  65 1077
  14. Diffusion of water and artificial seawater through coir fiber reinforced natural rubber composites, Polymer Composites, G. Geethamma, S. Thomas, Polymer Composites, (2005) 26 136
  15. Nonisothermal crystallisation, melting behavior and wide angle X-ray scattering investigations on linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE)/ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) blends: effects of compatibilisation and dynamic crosslinking, A. Moly, H.J. Radusch, R. Androsh, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, European Polymer Journal (2005) 41 1410
  16. A study of the mechanical properties of randomly oriented short banana and sisal hybrid fiber reinforced polyester composites, Idicula, N. R. Neelakantan, Z. Oommen, K. Joseph and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2005) 96 1699
  17. Dynamic mechanical properties of oil palm fiber/phenol formaldehyde and oil palm fiber/glass hybrid phenol formaldehyde composites Polymer Composites, S. Sreekala, S. Thomas, G. Groeninckx, Polymer Composites, (2005) 26 388

(2004)

  1. Natural rubber composites reinforced with sisal/oil palm hybrid fibers: Tensile and cure characteristics, Jacob, S.Thomas and K. T. Varughese, J. App. Polym. Sci., (2004) 93 2305
  2. Tensile stress relaxation of short-coir-fiber-reinforced natural rubber composites, G. Geethamma, L. A. Pothen, B. Rhao, N. R. Neelakantan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2004) 94 96
  3. Effect of fibre length and chemical modifications on the tensile properties of intimately mixed short sisal/glass hybrid fibre reinforced low density polyethylene composites, G Kalaprasad, B. Francis, S. Thomas, C. Radhesh Kumar, C Pavithran, G Groeninckx and S.Thomas, Polymer International, (2004) 53 1624
  4. Effects of blend ratio and crosslinking systems on the curing behaviour, Morphology and mechanical properties of styrene butadiene rubber/Poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate blends, C.K.Radhakrishnan, A.Sujith, G.Unnikrishnan, Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 94 (2004) 827
  5. Cure characteristics and mechanical properties of short nylon fiber reinforced nitrile rubber composites, C.Rajesh, G.Unnikrishnan, E.Purushothaman, Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2004) 92 1023
  6. Phase morphology, crystallisation behaviour and mechanical properties of isotactic polypropylene/high density polyethylene blends, Jose, A. S. Aprem, B. Francis, M. C. Chandy, P.Werner, V. Alstaedt and S. Thomas, European Polymer Journal. (2004) 40  2105
  7. Influence of carboxyl-terminated (butadiene-co-acrylonitrile) loading on the mechanical and thermal properties of cured epoxy blends, Thomas, J. Abraham, T. P. Selvin, S. Thomas, J.Polym.Sci.Part B: Polym.Phys (2004) 42 2531
  8. Viscoelastic behavior of polypropylene/nitrile rubber thermoplastic elastomer blends: Application of Kerner’s models for reactively compatibilized and dynamically vulcanized systems, G.Bandyopadhyay, S.S. Bhagawan, S. Thomas and K.N. Ninan, J Polym Sci pol phys (2004) 42 1417
  9. Studies on double networks in natural rubber vulcanizates, S.Aprem, K.Joseph and S.Thomas J. App. Polymer Sci., (2004) 911068
  10. Permeation of chlorinated hydrocarbons through nylon 6/ethylene-propylene rubber blends, G. Soney, K. N. Ninan, G. Geuskens and S.Thomas, J. Appl Polym Sci., (2004) 91 3756
  11. Mechanical properties of TiO2 reinforced Polystyrene Microcomposites, P.Selvin, K.Joseph and S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (2004) 58 281
  12. Stress Relaxation Behaviour of Banana fiber- reinforced polyester composites, A. Pothan, N. R. Neelakantan, B. Rao and S. Thomas, J. Rein. Plast. Comp, (2004) 23(2) 153
  13. Design and characterization of microfibrillar reinforced composite materials based on PET / PAI 12 blends, M. Sarkissova, C. Harrats, G. Groneninckx, Thomas, P.Moldnaers and J.Mewis, Composites: Part A, (2004) 35 489
  14. Melt Rheology and Morphology of Nylon 6 / EPR blends, Oommen, G. Groeninckx and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym.Sci., (2004) 92 252
  15. Mechanical properties of sisal / oil palm hybrid fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, Jacob, K.T.Varughese and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. & Tech., (2004) 64955
  16. Compatibilizing effect of EPM-g-MA in EPDM / poly (trimethylene terephthalate) incompatible blends, I. Aravind, P. Albert, C.Ranganathaiah, J.V.Kurian and S.Thomas, Polymer, (2004) 45 4925

(2003)

  1. Mass transfer characteristics of natural rubber/ethylene vinyl acetate blends, A.Sujith, C.K.Radhakrishnan, G.Unnikrishnan, Thomas, J.Appl.Polym.Sci., ( 2003) 90 2691
  2. Tearing and glass transition behavior of thermoplastic elastomeric blends of high density polyethylene/styrene butadiene rubber: Influence of blend ratio, morphology and dynamic crosslinking, K Jayasree, P. Predeep, S. Thomas and K.P. Laladas, J. Polym. Materials, (2003) 20 227
  3. Physical, mechanical, and viscoelastic properties of natural rubber vulcanizates cured with new binary accelerator system, S. Aprem, K. Joseph, R. Laxminarayanan and S. Thomas, J. App. Polym. Sci., (2003) 87 2193
  4. Mechanical and viscoelastic behavior of natural rubber and carboxylated styrene-butadience rubber latex blends, Stephen, K.V.S.N. Raju, S.V.Nair, S. Varghese, Z.Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 88 2639
  5. Polystyrene/polybutadiene blends: an analysis of the phase-inversion region and cophase continuity and a comparison with theoretical predictions, Joseph, M. Rutkowska, M.Jastrzebska and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 89 1007
  6. Melt rheological behavior of intimately mixed short sisal-glass hybrid fiber-reinforced low-density polyethylene II. Chemical modification, G. Kalaprasad and S.Thomas, J. App. Poly.Sci., (2003) 89 443
  7. Crystallization kinetics of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, S. Sreekala, R.Mangal, N.S.Saxena, G.P.Singh and S.Thomas, J. App. Polym. Sc., (2003) 89 1708
  8. Thermal properties of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced composites, S. Sreekala, R. Mangal, N.S. Saxena, S. Thomas and K. Singh, Materials Science & Engineering A (Structural Materials: Properties, Microstructure and Processing) (2003) 339 281
  9. Crystallization kinetics of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced phenol formaldehyde, S. Sreekala, G.P.Singh, R. Mangal, N.S. Saxena, G.P. Joshi and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Pure & App. Phy (2003) 41 470
  10. Thermal conduction and diffusion through glass-banana fiber polyester, A. Pothen, R. Agarwal, N.S .Saxena , K.B. Sharma and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Pure & App. Phy(2003) 41 448
  11. Measurement of effective thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity for assessing the integrity of fiber to matrix bond in natural fiber composite, S. Sreekala, R. Mangal, N. S. Saxena, G.P. Joshi and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Pure & App. Phy (2003) 41712
  12. Structural relaxation of hybrid composite of phenol formaldehyde, S. Sreekala, K. Singh, N.S. Saxena and S.Thomas, Ind. J. Eng. Mater. (2003) 10 65
  13. Temperature dependence of thermophysical properties of untreated glass oil-palm-fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composite, K. Singh N.S. Saxena and Thomas J. Sci.,Ind Res India (2003) 62 903
  14. Temperature dependence of the thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity of treated oil-palm-fiber-reinforced phenolformaldehyde composites, S. Sreekala, K. Singh, N.S. Saxena and S.Thomas, J. Appl.Polym. Sci., (2003) 89 3458
  15. Dynamic Mechanical Behaviour of High Density Polyethylene- Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer Blends: The effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilisation dynamic vulcanization, John, K.T. Varughese, Z.Oommen, P. Poetschke and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 87 2083
  16. Influence ofhygrothermally degraded polyester urethane on physical mechanical properties of chloroprene rubber, S. Aprem, S. Jose, S.Thomas, N. M. Barkoula & J.K. Kocsis, European Polymer Journal, (2003) 39 69
  17. Effect of 1-phenyl-2, 4-dithiobiuret as secondary accelerator on cure characteristics vulcanizate Properties of natural rubber- styrene/butadiene rubber blends, S. Aprem, K. Joseph, S.Thomas, N. M. Barkoula and J.K. Kocsis, Plastics, Rubber Composites, (2003) 32 1
  18. Studies on accelrator sulphur vulcanization of natural rubber using 1-phenyl-2,4-dithiobiuret/tertiary butyl Benzothiazole sulphenamide, S. Aprem, K. Joseph, T. Mathew, V. Altstaedt and S. Thomas, European Polymer Journal, (2003) 39 1451
  19. Viscoelastic properties of nano structured natural rubber/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer Networks, P. Mathew, G. Groeninckx, G.J.Michler, H.J.Radusch and S.Thomas, J.Polym.Sci: Part B: Polym. Physics, (2003) 41 1680
  20. Transport of aromatic solvents through Nitrile rubber/ Epoxidized natural rubber blend membranes, E. Mathai, R.P.Singh and S. Thomas, Polym.Engg Sci., (2003) 43 3
  21. Devolopment characterization of noval EPDM/NR prophylactic waste composites, Mathew, R.P.Singh, N.R.Nair and S.Thomas, J.Mat.Sci., (2003) 38 2469
  22. The thermal crystallization studies of short sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, V. Joseph, K.Joseph, S.Thomas, C.K.S.Pillai, V.S.Prasad, G.Groeninckx and M. Sarkissova, Composites: Part A, (2003) 34 253
  23. Dynamic Mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, V. Joseph, G.Mathew, K.Joseph, G.Groeninckx and S.Thomas, Composites: Part A (2003) 34 275
  24. Dynamic mechanical analysis of banana fibre reinforced polyester composites, A. Pothan, Z.Oommen and S. Thomas, Comp.Sci. Tech., (2003) 63 283
  25. Polarity parameters dynamic mechanical behaviour of chemically modified banana fibre Reinforced polyester composites, A. Pothan and S.Thomas, Comp.Sci. Tech (2003). 63 1231
  26. Compatibilsation of heterogenous acrylonitrile butadiene rubber / polystyrene blends by the addition of styrene acrylonitrile copolymer : Effect on morphology mechanical properties, Monsy Mathew and S.Thomas, Polymer, (2003) 44 1295
  27. Blends of nylon/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber: Effects on Blend Ratio, Dynamic Vulcanization Reactive Compatibilization on Rheology Extrudate Morphology, R. Kumar, S.V.Nair, K.E.George, Z.Oommen and S. Thomas, Polym.Engg. Sci., 43 (2003) 9
  28. Morphology, Morphology Development Mechanical Properties of Polystyrene/ Polybutadiene Blends, Joseph and S.Thomas, European Polymer Journal, (2003) 39 115
  29. Investigation of Oil Palm Pineapple Fibre Reinforced Phenol Formaldehyde Composite by Acrylic Emission Technique,S.Sreekala, T.Czigany, A.Romhany and S.Thomas, Polyms Polym Comp. (2003)  11 1
  30. Effect of Fibre Surface modification on water – sorption characteristics of Oil Palm Fibres, S.Sreekala and S.Thomas, Comp. Sci. Tech., (2003) 63 861
  31. Cure Kinetics, Morphology of Blends of Epoxy resin with Poly (ether ether ketone) containing Pendant tertiary butyl groups, Francis, G. Venpoel, F. Posada, G.Groeninckx,V.L. Rao, R.Ramaswamy and S.Thomas, Polymer, (2003) 44 3687
  32. Sorption Diffusion of Methyl substituted benzenes through crosslinked nitrile rubber/ Poly (ethylene co – vinyl acetate) blend membranes, Joseph, A.E.Mathai and S.Thomas, J. Memb. Sci., (2003) 220 13
  33. A study of the utilization of reclaimed Natural rubber prophylatic in Blend with Epoxidized Natural rubber and Sillica, Mathew, R.P. Singh, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, Process in Rubber, Plastics Recycling Technology, (2003) 19 205
  34. Melt rheological behaviour of intimately mixed short sisal-glas hybrid fiber-reinforced low-density polyethylene Composites II: Chemical Modification, Kalaprasad and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2003) 89 443
  35. Compatibilisation of heterogeneous acrylonitrile butadines rubber polystyrene blends by the addition of Styrene – acrylonitrilc compolymer effect on morphology mechanichal properties, Mathew and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2003) 44 1295
  36. Mechanical viscoelastic behaviour of NR XSBR Latex Blends, R. Stephen, K.V.S.N. Raju, S. V. Nair, S. Varghese, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym.Sci., (2003) 88 2639

(2002)

  1. Melt Rheology, Morphology of LLDPE/ EVA blends: Effect of blend ratio, Compatibilization and Crosslinking, A. Moly, Z.Oommen, S.S. Bhagawan, G. Groeninckx and S Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2002) 86 3210
  2. A comparison of the mechanical properties of phenol formaldehyde composites reinforced with banana fibre glass fibre, S. Joseph, M.S. Sreekala, Z. Oommen, P. Kozhy and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Tech., (2002) 62 1857
  3. Transport of substituted benzenes through nitrile rubber/natural rubber blend membranes,E Mathai, R.P.Singh and S.Thomas, J.Memb.Sci., (2002) 202 35
  4. Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through ethylene propylene diene terpolymer, P.V. Anilkumar, K.T.Varghese and S.Thomas, Poly. and Polym.Comp. (2002) 10(7)  553
  5. Dynamic mechanical behavior of acrylonitile butadiene rubber/polyethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, H. Varghese, T.Johnson, S.S.Bhagawan, S.Joseph, G.Groeninckx and S.Thomas, and J.Polym.Sci: Part B: Polym.Phy. (2002) 40 1556
  6. Effect of fiber surface treatments on the fiber-matrix interaction in banana fiber reinforced polyester Composites, L.A. Pothan, J. George and S.Thomas, Comp.Interface., (2002) 9(4) 335
  7. Environmental effects on the degradation behaviour of sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, P.V. Joseph, M.S. Rabello, L.H.C. Mattoso, K.Joseph and S.Thomas, Comp. Sci.and Tech., (2002) 62 1357
  8. Viscoelastic properties of oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, S. Joseph, M.S. Sreekala and S.Thomas, Int.J.of Pla.Tech., (2002) 5(1) 28
  9. Transport of aromatic solvents through natural rubber/polystyrene (NR/PS) interpenetrating polymer network membranes, A.P.Mathew, S.Packirisamy, R.Stephen and S.Thomas, J.Memb.Sci., (2002) 201 213
  10. Modelling of tensile moduli in polystyrene/polybutadiene blends, S.Joseph and Thomas, J. Polym. Sci. Part B: Polym. Phys., (2002) 40 755
  11. Short sisal fiber reinforced polypropylene composites: the role of interface modification on ultimate properties, P. V. Joseph, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, Comp. Interface., (2002) 9(2) 171
  12. Melt elasticity behaviour extrudate characteristics of LLDPE/EVA blends: effect of blend ratio, compatibilisation, dynamic cross-linking, K.A.Moly, S.S. Bhagawan and S.Thomas, Mat. Lett., (2002) 53 346
  13. The mechanical performance of hybrid phenol-formaldehyde-based composites reinforced with glass oil palm fibres, M.S. Sreekala, J.George, M.G. Kumaran and S.Thomas, Comp. Sci. and Tech., (2002) 62 339
  14. Water sorption in oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, M.S. Sreekala, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Composites Part A, (2002) 33 763.
  15. Melt elasticity extrudate characteristics of polystyrene/polybutadiene blends, S. Joseph, Z. Oommen S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (2002) 53 268

(2001)

  1. Reactive Blending with immiscible functional polymers: Molecular, morphological interfacial aspects, G.Groeninckx, S. Thomas, C. Harrats “Reactive Polymer Blending”, W. Baker and C. Scoot G. H. Hu (Ed.), Hanser Publishers, Munch Chap. (2001) 3, 43
  2. Cure Characteristics mechanical properties of vulcanised natural rubber by using a new binary accelerator system, A. S. Aprem, K. Joseph, G. Mathew and S. Thomas, J. Rubb. Res., (2001) 4(1) 44
  3. Permeation of nitrogen oxygen gases through styrene-butadiene rubber, natural rubber styrene-butadiene rubber/natural rubber blend membranes, S. C. George, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (2001) 37 183
  4. Recycling of natural rubber latex waste its interaction in epoxidised natural rubber, G. Mathew, R. P. Singh, N. R. Nair and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2001) 42 2137
  5. Interfacial Adhesion in sial fiber/SBR composites: an investigation by the restricted equilibrium swelling technique, R. P. Kumar and Thomas, J. Adhesion Sci., Technol., (2001) 15 (6)  633
  6. Izod impact behaviour of natural rubber/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer networks, A. P. Mathew and Thomas, Mater. Lett., (2001) 50 154
  7. Effect of initiating system, blend ratio crosslink density on the mechaical properties failure topography of nano-structured full-interpenetrating polymer networks from natural rubber polystyrene, A.P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy, H. J. Radusch and S. Thomas, E. Polym. J., (2001) 37 1921
  8. Studies on the thermal stability of natural rubber/polystyrene interpenetrating polymer networks: thermogravimetric analysis, A. P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy and S. Thomas, Polym. Deg. and Stab., (2001) 72 423
  9. Thermogravimetric analysis thermal ageing of crosslinked nitrile rubber/poly-ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Therm. Analy. and Calo., (2001) 63 749
  10. Transport phenomena through polymer systems, S. C. Geroge and Thomas, Prog; Polym.Sci., (2001) 26 985
  11. Tansport of water through polyamide-nitrile rubber blends ans its influence on mechanical properties, C.R. Kuamr, B.Francis and S.Thomas, Poym.Polym.Comp., (2001) 9 247
  12. Water absorption kinetics in oil palm fibers, M.S. Sreekala, M.G. Kumaran and S.Thomas, J. Polym. Sci.: Part B Phy, (2001) 39 1215.
  13. Thermal dynamic mecahnical analysis of polystyrene composites reinfroced with short sisal fibers, K. C. M Nair, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, Comp.Sci.Tech, (2001), 61 2519
  14. Interaction of n- alkanes with crosslinked cis-1, 4- polybutadiene, J. J. Manikath, B. Francis, M. Jacob, R. Stephen, S. Joseph, S. Jose and S. Thomas, J. of Applied Polym. Sci., (2001) 82 2404.

(2000)

  1. Molecular transport of aromatic solvents in isotactic polypropylene/acrylonitrile-co-butadiene rubber blends, S. George, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2000) 41 579
  2. Dynamically vulcanised thermoplastic elastomer blends of polyethylene nitrile rubber, J. George, K.T.Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2000) 41 1507
  3. Dynamic mechanical thermal properties of physically compatibilised natural rubber/poly (methyl methacrylate) blends by the addition of natural rubber-graft-poly (methyl methacrylate), Z. Oommen, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. (2000) 38 525
  4. Melt Rheology Morphology of Thermoplastic elastomers from polyethylene/nitrile-rubber blends: The effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilization, dynamic vulcanization, J. George, K. Ramamurthy, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J. of Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. (2000) 38 1104
  5. Thermal crystallisation behaviour of isotactic polypropylene/nitrile rubber blends, S. George, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (2000) 41 5485
  6. Carbon-Black-Filed SBR composites: The effect of rubber-filler interaction on transport, S. C. George and S. Thomas, J. Macromol. Sci., Phys. B (2000) 39 (2) 175
  7. Sorption, diffusion permeation of chlorinated hydrocarbon vapours through natrural rubber, epoxidised natural rubber their blends, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, Polym. -Plast. Technol. Eng., ( 2000) 39(2), 363
  8. Effect of expoxidation on the transport behaviour mechanical properties of natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, Polymer (2000) 41 7511
  9. Pervaporation separation of chlorinated hydrocarbon acetone mixtures with crosslinked styrene-butadiene rubber natural rubber blend membranes, S. C. George, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas. J. Memb. Sci., (2000) 176 131
  10. Morphology melt rheological behaviour of short-sisal fibre reinforced SBR composites, R. Prasanthakumar, K. C. M. Nair and S. Thomas, S. C. Schit, K. Ramamurthy, Comp. Sci. Tech., (2000) 60 1737
  11. Rheological behaviour of short sisal fiber-reinforced polystyrene composites, K. C. M. Nair, R. P. Nair, S. Thomas, Sc. Schit and K. Ramamurthy, Composites, Part A (2000) 31 1231
  12. Sorption diffusion of acrylonitrle monomer through crosslinked nitrile rubber, A. S. Aprem, K. Joseph, A. P. Mathew and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 78 (5) 941
  13. Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through nylon-6/ethylene propylene rubber blends: Relationship between phse morphology transport charactecistics, S. C. George, G. Groeninckx, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., (2000) 38 2136
  14. Styrene-butadiene rubber/natural rubber blends: morphology, transport behaviour dynamic mechanical mechanical properties, S. C. George, K. N. Ninana, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 78 1280
  15. Determination of polarity parameters of chemically modified cellulose fibers by means of the solvatochromic techniqe, L. A. Pothan, Y. Zimmermann, S. Thomas, S. Spange, J. Polym. Sci.: Part B: Polym. Phys., (2000) 38 2546
  16. The role of crosslinking crystalisation on the transport characteristics of ethylene-propylene rubber membranes, S. V. Nair, M. S. Sreekala, G. Unnikrishnan, T. Johnson, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, J. Memb. Sci., (2000) 1771
  17. Role of natural rubber prophylactics waste in deenhancing thermal conductiveness of SBR composites with inorganic fillers, N. S. Saxena, P. Pradeep, G. Mathew, R. P. Singh and S. Thomas, Indian J. Phys. 74A(2000) (3) 239
  18. Effective thermal conductivity of three-phase styrene butadiene composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, G. Mathew, S. Thomas and K. B. Sharma, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 76 1799
  19. Activation energy crystallization kinetics of untreated treated oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, K. B. Sharma, S. Thomas and M. S. Sreekala, Mater. Sci. and Eng., A(2000) 277 77
  20. Non-isothermal crystallization kinetics of glass oil palm fibre reinforced phenolformaldehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, M. S. Sreekala and Thomas, J. Sci. and Indu. Res., (2000) 59 136
  21. Effect of treatment on the thermal conductivity thermal diffusivity of oil palm fiber reinforced phenolformaldehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, M. S. Sreekala and S. Thomas, J. Polym Sci.: Part B: Polym. Sci., (2000) 38 916
  22. Morphology, mechanical properties failure topography of semi-interpenterating polymer networks based on natural rubber polystyrene, A. P. Mathew, S. Packisamy and S. Thomas, J.Appl. Polym. Sci., (2000) 78 2327
  23. Oil palm fibre reinforced phenol formaldehyde composites: Influence of fibre surface modifications on the mechaical performance, M. S. Sreekala, M. G. Kumaran, S. Joseph, M. Jacob and S. Thomas, Appl. Comp. Mater. (2000) 7: 295
  24. Morphology, mechanical viscoelastic properties of natural rubber styrene- butadiene rubber latex blends, J.T. Varkey, G. Groeninckx and S. Thomas, J. of polym Sci.: Phy. Edn., (2000) 38 2189

(1999)

  1. Effect of epoxidation of natural rubber on the   pervaporation separation of acetone-chlorinated hydrocarbons, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Member. Sci., (1999) 155 133.
  2. Nitrogen/Oxygen permeability of natural rubber, epoxidised natural rubber/epoxidised natural rubber blends, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1999) 40 3223
  3. Pervaporation of acetone/chlorinated hydrocarbon mixtures through polymer blend membranes of natural rubber epoxidised natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 71 2365
  4. Transport of benzene methyl substituted benzene through carbon black filled epoxidised natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys. (1999) (37) 415
  5. Morphology, mechanical transport behaviour of natural rubber/epoxidised natural rubber-25 blends, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Mater. Sci., (1999) 34 1
  6. Thermoplastic elastomers from blends of polystyrene natural rubber: Morphology mechanical properties, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (1999) 35 253
  7. Morpholgy develoment during the processsing of EPM/nylon 6 blends comparison with literature date, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 61 2383
  8. Melt rheology morphology of nitrile rubber ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer blends, H. Varghese, J. S. An, K. Ramamurthy, R. Janardhan, S. S. Bhagawan and S.Thomas, Polym. Plast. Tech. and Eng., (1999) 38(2) 319
  9. Jute sackcloth reinforced polypropylene composites: Mechanical sorption studies, K. R Harikumar. K. Joseph and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. , (1999)  18(4) 346
  10. Effect of blend ratio, crosslinking systems fillers on the curing behaviour, morphology, mechanical properties failure mode of nitrile rubber/poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate blends), H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 712335
  11. Rheological behaviour of thermoplastic elastomers from polypropylene/acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber blends: effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilization dynamic vulcanization, S. George, K. Ramamurthy, J. S. An. G. Groeninckx, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1999) 40 4325.
  12. Dielectric properties of isotactic polypropylene, nitrile rubber blend. Effects of blend ratio, filler addition dynamic vulcanization, S. George, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 73 255.
  13. Transport properties of cross linked acrylonitrile butadiene rubber/poly (ethylene-co-vinyl-acetate) blends, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci., Part B: Polym. Phys., (1999) 37 1815
  14. Dynamic properties of NR/EVA polymer blends: Model calculations of blend morphology, G. G. Byopadhyay, S. S. Bhagawan, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 72 165.
  15. Effect of nature of extent of crosslinking on swelling mechanical behaviour of styrene butadiene rubber membranes, S. C. George, Manfred Knorgen and S. Thomas, J. Membre. Sci. (1999) 163 1
  16. Effect of processing variables on the mechanical properties of sisal fibre reinforced polypropylene composites, P. V. Joseph, Kuruvilla Joseph and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. and Tech., (1999) 59 1625.
  17. Effect of degree of crosslinking on swelling mechanical behaviour of conventionally vulcanized styrene-butadiene rubber membranes, S. C. George, K. N. Ninan and S. Thomas, Polyms. and Polym. Comp. (1999) 7 (5) 343
  18. A new binary accelerator system for sulphur vulcanization of natural rubber, A. S. Aprem, G. Mathew, K. Joseph, G. Mathew and S. Thomas, Kaut. Gumm. Kunst. (1999) 52 576
  19. Separation of alkane-acetone mixtures using styrene-butadiene rubber/natural rubber blend membranes, S. C. George, K. Prasad, J. P. Misra and Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1999) 74 3056
  20. Effect of strain rate temperature on the tensile failure of pineapple fiber reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan, S. Thomas, J. Thermoplast. Comp. Mater. (1999) 12 443
  21. Reactive compatibilisation of heterogeneous ethylene propylene rubber (EPM)/nylon 6 blends by the addition of compatibiliser precursor EPM-g-MA, S. Thomas G. Groeninckx, Polymer (1999) 40 5799
  22. Polyester composites of short banana fibre glass fibres. The tensile impact properties, L. A. Pothan, J. George, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Polymery, 44, nr. (1999) 11-12 750
  23. Thermal conductivity of styrene butadiene rubber compounds with natural rubber prophylactics waste as filler, N. S. Saxena, P. Pradeep, G. Mathew and Thomas, M. Gustafsson, S. E. Gustafasson, E. Polym. J. (1999)  35 1687
  24. Thermal conductivity thermal diffusivity of palm fiber reinforced binary penolformadehyde composites, R. Agrawal, N. S. Saxena, K. B. Sharma, M. S. Sreekala and S. Thomas, Ind. J. Pure and Appl. Phys., (1999) 37 865
  25. Dielectric properties of short sisal fibre reinforced SBR composites, R. P. Kumar and S. Thomas, Sci. Eng. Comp. Mater., (1999) 8 (6) 311

(1998)

  1. Composite of Short Coir Fibres Natural Rubber: Effect of Chemical Modification, Loading Orientation of Fibre, V. G. Geethamma, K. T. Mathew, R. Lakshminarayan and S. Thomas, Polymer, 1998) 39 (1483
  2. Poly (vinyl chloride) as a common solvent for enhancing the miscibility of poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)-poly (styrene-co-acrylonitrile) blends, P.P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, J. Mater. Sci. Lett., (1998) 17 507
  3. Improved interactions in chemically modified pineapple leaf fibre reinforced polyetheylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Composite Interfaces, (1998) 5 201
  4. Preparation evaluation of polyurethane foam/rubber membrane based samplers for use in isocyanate sampling, W. E. Rudzinski, T. M. Aminabahvi, S. C. George, J. T. Varkey, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, Polym. Plast. Technol and Eng., (1998) 37103
  5. Thermal behavoiour of natural rubber/polystyrene blends: Thermogravimetric differential scanning calorimetric analysis, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. and Stab, (1998) 61 431
  6. Effects of environment on the properties of low-density polyethylene composites reinforced with pineapple leaf fibre, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Technol., (1998) 58 1471.
  7. Stress relaxation behaviour of pineapple fibre reinforced low density polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp., (1998) 17 651
  8. Natural rubber/styrene butadiene rubber latex blends: Time dependent rheological behaviour film formation, J. T. Varkey, P.R. Chatterjee, S. S. Rao and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1998) 68 1473
  9. Interaction of crosslinked natural rubber with chlorinated hydrocarbons, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1998) 39 3933
  10. Compatibility studies of  polymer-polymer   systems by viscometry techniques: nitrile rubber based polymer blends, M. Mathew, K.N. Ninan  and S. Thomas, Polymer (1998)  39 6235
  11. Melt rheology morphology of physically compatibilised natural rubber-polystyrene blends by the addition of natural rubber-g-polystyrene blends, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran, S. Thomas and G. Groeninckx, J. Appl. Poly. Sci., (1998) 69 2673
  12. Physical rheological charactristics of liquid natural rubber modified bitumen, N. R. Nair, N. M. Mathew, S. Thomas, P. R. Chatterjee and M.A. Siddique, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1998) 68 5399.
  13. Transport behaviour of aliphatic hydrocarbons through dynamically crosslinked natural rubber/polystyrene blends, R. Asaletha, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polym. and Polym. Comp., (1998) 6 357
  14. Diffusion transport of aromatic solvents through prevulcanized natural rubber/styrene butadiene rubber latex blends, J. T. Varkey, S. Someswara Rao S. Thomas, Polym. and Polym. Comp. (1998) 6 237
  15. Transport of petrol, mineral turpentine diesel through conventionally vulcanized natural rubber filled with different types of silica filler, S. Joseph, M. G. Kumaran S. Thomas, Plast. Arubber and comp. Processing and Applications, (1998) 27 82
  16. Improved interactions in chemically modified pineapple leaf fiber reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Composite Interfaces, (1998)5 201

(1997)

  1. Separation of n-hexane/acetone mixtures by pervaporation using natural rubber membranes, G. Unnikrishnan, P. H. Gedam, U. Kishan Prasad and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1997) 64 2597
  2. Compatibility studies of natural rubber/polymethylmethacrylate) blends by viscometry phase separation techniques, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Mat. Sci., (1997) 32 6085.
  3. Electrical properties of natural fiber reinforced low density polyethylene composites: A comparison with carbon black glass fibre filled low density polyethylene composites, A. Paul and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1997) 63 247
  4. Diffusivity, permeability sorptivity of benzene substituted benzenes through crosslinked    epoxidised natural rubber, T. Johnson and S. Thomas, J. Macromol. Sci – Phys., B (1997) 36 401
  5. Sorption diffusion of aliphatic hydrocarbons into crosslinked natural rubber, G. Unnikrishnan and S.Thomas, J. Polym.Sci. Part B. Polym. Phys., (1997) 35 725
  6. Utilization of short oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber (OPEFB) as a reinforcement in phenol – formaldehyde resins: Studies on mechanical properties, M. S. Sreekala, N.R. Neelakantan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Eng., (1997) 16 266
  7. Dynamic mechanical properties of isotactic polypropylene/nitrile rubber blends: Effect of blend ratio, reactive compatibilisation dynamic vulcanization, S. George, N. R. Neelakantan, K. T. Varughese and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Sci. B. Polym. Phys., (1997) 35 2309
  8. Melt rheological behaviour of natural rubber/Poly (methyl methacrylate)/natural rubber-g-Poly (methy methacrytals) blends, Z.Oommen, B. Kuriakose, C. K. Premaletha and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1997) 23 5611
  9. Mechanical properties failure mode of thermoplastic elastomers from natural rubber/poly (methyl methacrylate)/natural rubber-g-poly (methyl methacrylate) blends, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym.Sci., (1997) 65 1245
  10. Rheological behaviour of binary ternary blends of PVC, EVA SAN, P. P. Lizymol, M. Jayabalan and S.Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (1997) 33(8) 1397
  11. Short banana fibre reinforced polyester composites: Mechanical, failure ageing characteristics, L. A. Pothen, N.R. Neelakantan and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp., (1997) 16 8
  12. Mechanical properties of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced polyester composites, L. M. Devi, S.S. Bhagavan and S.Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1997) 64 1739
  13. Influence of short glass fibre addition on the mechanical properties of sisal reinforced low-density polyethylene composites, G. Kalaprasad and S. Thomas, J. Comp. Mater., (1997) 31 509
  14. Liquid natural rubber as a viscosity modifier in nitrile rubber processing, N. R. Nair, N. M. Mathew and S.Thomas, Polym. Inter., (1997) 42 289
  15. Effect of Chemical treatment on the electrical properties of sisal fibre reinforced LDPE composites, A. Paul and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Technol., (1997) 57 67
  16. Transport of aromatic hydrocarbon through crosslinked poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes, A. Kumar, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1997) 38 4629
  17. Oil Palm fibres: Morphology, chemical composition, surface modification mechanical properties, M. S. Sreekala, M. G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Poly. Sci., (1997) 66 821
  18. Theoretical modeling of tensile properties of short fibre reinforced low-density polyethylene composites, G. Kalaprasad, C. Pavithran, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, J. Mater. Sci., (1997) 32 4261
  19. Flame retardant properties of binary blends: A comparison of miscible immiscible blends, P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. and Stability, (1997) 57187
  20. Effect of dehydrochlorination of PVC on miscibility phase separation of binary ternary blends of poly (vinyl chloride) poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) poly styrene-co-acrylonitrile, P. P. Lizynol, S. Thomas and Jayabalan, Poly. Inter., (1997) 44 23
  21. Kinetics of diffusion of styrene containing divinyl benzene through vulcanised natural rubber, Aji P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Eng. (1997) 17 (5) 405
  22. Electrical properties of pine apple leaf fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Polym. Eng., (1997) 17383
  23. Viscoelastic behaviour of NBR/EVA blends: application of models, G.G. Bandyopadhyay, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Rubber. Chem. Technol., (1997) 70 650

(1996)

  1. Morphology mechanical properties of thermoplastic elastomers from nylon/nitrile rubber blends, C. R. Kumar, K. E. George and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 61 2383
  2. Compatibilizing effect of NR-g-PMMA in heterogeneous NR/PMMA blends, Z. Oommen, M.R.G. Nair and S. Thomas, Polym. Eng. Sci., (1996) 36 151
  3. Molecular transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through crosslinked styrene-butadiene rubber membranes, S. C. George, K.N. Ninan and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 5839
  4. Use of natural rubber prophylactics waste as potential filler in styrene butadiene rubber compounds, G. Mathew, R. P. Singh, L. Lakshminarayannan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 61 2035
  5. Melt flow behavior of short coir fiber reinforced natural rubber compounds, V. G. Geethamma, K. Ramamurthy, R. Janardhan and S. Thomas, Int. J. Polym. Mater., (1996) 32147
  6. Molecular transport of benzene methyl substituted benzene into filled natural rubber sheets, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 60 963
  7. Flow behavior of natural rubber/epoxidised natural rubber latex blends, J. T. Varkey, S. S. Rao and S. Thomas, Polym. Technol. Eng., (1996) 35 1
  8. Hybrid effect in mechanical properties of short sisal-glass fiber reinforced low-density polyethylene, G. Kalaprasad, N. R. Neelakantan, C. Pavithran and S.Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp., (1996) 15 48
  9. Influence of interface adhesion on the mechanical properties fracture behavior of short sisal fiber reinforced polymer composites, K. Joseph, S. Varghese, C. Pavithran, G. Kalaprasad, P. Koshy, L. Prasannakumari S. Thomas, Eur. J., (1996) 32 1243
  10. Pervaporation of chlorinated hydrocarbons-acetone mixtures through poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) membranes, S. A. Kumar, M. G. Kumaran, V. S. Krishnaprasad, P.H. Gedam Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 60 735
  11. Tearing behavior of blends of isotactic polypropylene nitrile rubber – Influence of blend ratio, morphology compatibilizer loading, S. George, P. Koshy, L. Prasannakumari, K. T. Varghese and S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (1996) 26 51
  12. Tensile properties of short sisal fiber reinforced polystyrene composites, K.C. M. Nair, S. M. Diwan and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 60 1483
  13. Transport of aromatic hydrocarbons through crosslinked nitrile rubber membranes, A. E. Mathai and S. Thomas, J. Macromol. Sci. Phys., B (1996) 35 229
  14. Effect of surface treatments on the tensile properties of short sisal fiber reinforced polyethylele composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 5139
  15. Melt rheological behavior of short pineapple fiber reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, R. Janardhan, J. S. An, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 5421
  16. Sorption diffusion of aromatic hydrocarbons through filled natural rubber, G. Unnikrishnan, S. Varghese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1996) 37 2687
  17. Thermogravimetric dynamic mechanical thermal analysis of pineapple fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, J. George, S. S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, J. Thermal Analysis, (1996) 47 1121
  18. Effect of prevulcanization on the rheological behaviour of natural rubber/ styrene butadiene rubber latex blends, J.T. Varkey, S.S. Rao and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1996) 62 2169

(1995)

  1. Effect of surface treatments on the physical mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, Comp. Sci. Technol., (1995) 53 99
  2. Effect of adhesion on the equilibrium swelling of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose, K. Joseph and S. Thomas, Rubber Chem. Technol., (1995) 68 37
  3. Short coir fibre reinforced natural rubber composites: Effect of fibre length, orientation     alkali treatment, V. G. Geethamma R. Joseph and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 55 583
  4. Blends of nitrile rubber polypropylene: Morphology, mechanical properties compatibilization, S. George, R. Joseph, K. T. Varughese S. Thomas, Polymer, 36 (1995) 4405
  5. Morphology, mechanical dynamic mechanical properties of blends of nitrile rubber ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan, S. Someswara Rao and S. Thomas, Eur. Polym. J., (1995) 31 957
  6. Rheological behaviour of natural synthetic rubber lattices in the presence of surface active agents, J. T. Varkey, S. Someswara Rao and Thomas, Plast. Rubb. Comp. Process. Appl., (1995) 23, 249

 

  1. Tensile impact strength of blends of high density polyethylene acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber: Effect of blend ratio compatibilization, J. George, L. Prasannakumari, Peter Koshy, K.T.Varughese and S. Thomas, Polym. Plast. Tech. Eng., (1995) 34, 4 561
  2. High density polyethylene/acrylonitrile butadiene rubber blends: Morphology, Mechanical properties compatibilization, J. George, R. Joseph, S. Thomas and K.T. Varughese, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 57 449
  3. Rheological behaviour of blends  of  natural rubber   styrene butadiene rubber  latices,  T. Varkey, S. Thomas and  S.S. Rao, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 56 451
  4. The technological compatibilization of natural rubber/polystyrene blends by the addition of natural-graft-polystyrene, R. Asaletha, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Rubber. Chem. Technol., (1995) 68 671
  5. Transport of styrene monomer through crosslinked natural rubber, Aji P. Mathew, S. Packirisamy, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1995) 36 4935
  6. Short Pineapple leaf fibre reinforced low-density polyethylene composites, J. George, S.S. Bhagawan, N. Prabhakaran and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 57 843
  7. Effect of casting solvents compatibilizer loading on the morphology properties of natural rubber/polystyrene blends, R. Asaletha, M.G. Kumaran and S. Thomas, Polym. Plast. Tech and Eng. (1995) 34 633
  8. Flow properties of thermally depolymerised liquid natural rubber, N. R. Nair, N.M. Claramma, N.M. Mathew, S. Thomas and S. S. Rao, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1995) 55 723
  9. Tearing behaviour recyclability of nitrile rubber/poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, H. Varghese, S. S. Bhagawan, N. Prabhakaran, S. Thomas, Mater. Lett., (1995) 24 333
  10. Tear processing behaviour of short sisal fibre reinforced styrene-butadiene rubber composites, R. P. Kumar and S. Thomas, Polym. Inter., (1995) 38 173
  11. Short fiber elastomer composites effect of fibre length, orientation, loading of bonding agent, R. Prasanthakumar and S. Thomas, Bulletin Mat. Sci., (1995) 18 1021

(1994)                                                             

  1. Melt rheological behaviour of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, B. Kuriakose, C. K. Premaletha and S. Thomas, Plast. Rubb. Comp. Process. Appl., 21 (1994) 237
  2. Stress relaxation in natural rubber reinforced short sisal fibre composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym, Sci. 53 (1994) 1051
  3. Stratification, phase inversion particle breakdown during the extrusion of natural rubber-ethylene -vinyl acetate copolymer blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose S. Thomas, Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe. 47 (1994) 108
  4. Mechanical viscoelastic properties of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites: Effects of interfacial adhesion, fibre loading orientation, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, J. Adhe. Sci. Technol., 8. (1994) 234
  5. Miscibility studies of polymer blends by viscometry methods, P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 51 (1994) 635
  6. Binary polymer systems – interactions in solutions their relationship to solid state compatibility, P. P. Lizymol and Thomas, Euro. Polym. J., 30, (1994) 1135
  7. Thermal flame mechanical behaviour of ternary blends of poly(vinyl chloride), poly(ethylene-co-vinyl acetate)  poly (styrene-co-acrylonitrile), P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, Thermochimica Acta, 233 (1994) 283
  8. Diffusion transport of aromatic   hydrocarbons through natural rubber, G. Unnikrishnan and S. Thomas, Polymer, 35 (1994) 5504
  9. Thermoplastic elastomers from rubber-plastic blends: Morphology, mechanical properties compatibilisation, J. George, S. George and S. Thomas, Int. Plast. Engg. Technol., 1 (1994) 15
  10. Viscoleastic properties of silica filled natural rubber ethylene vinylacetate copolymer blend, A.T. Kozhy, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas and S. Varghese, Polym. Plast. Technol. Eng., 33 (1994) 49
  11. Studies on the effect of fibre loading bonding agent on the degradation of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. and Stab., 44 (1994) 55

(1993)

  1. Dynamic mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, J. Reinf. Plast. Comp. (1993) 12 139
  2. Tensile properties of short sisal fibre reinforced polyethylene composites, K. Joseph, C. Pavithran and S. Thomas, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. (1993) 47 1731
  3. Melt rheology elasticity of natural rubber-ethylene- vinyl acetate copolymer blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas, C. K. Premaletha and S. Varghese, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1993) 49 901
  4. Melt rheological behaviour of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Plast. Rubb. Comp. Proc. Appl. (1993) 20 93
  5. Thermal behaviour of polymer blends: A comparison of thermal properties of miscible immiscible systems, P. P. Lizymol and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. Stab. (1993) 41 59
  6. Influence of short pineapple fibre on the viscoelastic properties of low-density polyethylene, J. George, K. Joseph, S.S. Bhagawan and S. Thomas, Mater. Lett. (1993) 18 163
  7. Interfacial activity of natural rubber-g-poly (methyl methacrylate) in incompatible natural rubber- poly (methyl-methacrylate) blends, Z. Oommen and S. Thomas, Polym. Bull. (1993) 31 623
  8. Studies on the effect of blend ratio crosslinking system on thermal, x-ray dynamic mechanical properties of blends of natural rubber ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, A.T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose, Siby Varghese and S. Thomas, Polymer, (1993) 34 3428

(1992)

  1. Compatibilizing effect of block copolymers in heterogeneous polystyrene/poly (methyl methacrylate) blends, S. Thomas and E. Prudhomme, Polymer (1992) 33 4260
  2. Studies on the effect of blend ratio cure system on the degradation of natural rubber-ethylene vinyl acetate blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Polym. Degrad. Stab. (1992) 36 137
  3. Dynamic mechanical properties of thermoplastic elastomers from blend of polypropylene with copolymer of ethylene with vinyl acetate, S. Thomas and A. George, Europ. Polym. J., 1992) 28 (1451
  4. Effect of silica on mechanical properties degradation of NR-EVA blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, (1992) 45 852
  5. Studies on microcellular soles based on natural rubber-poly (ethylene-co-vinyl acetate) blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose, S. Thomas and S. Varghese, Ind. J. Nat. Rubb. Res. (1992) 5 229
  6. Dynamic mechanical properties of short sisal fibre reinforced natural rubber composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose, A. T. Koshy and S. Thomas, Ind. J. Nat. Rubb. Res. (1992) 5 18
  7. Viscoelastic properties of short sisal fibre reinforced low-density polyethylene composites: Effect of fibre length orientation, K. Joseph, S. Thomas and C. Pavithran, Mater. Lett. , (1992) 15  224   

(1991)

  1. Studies on natural rubber-short sisal fibre composites, S. Varghese, B. Kuriakose S. Thomas, Ind. J. Nat. Rubb. Res., (1991) 4 55.

(1990)

  1. Vulcanization kinetics properties of NR-EVA blends, A. T. Koshy, B. Kuriakose and S. Thomas, Ind. Nat. Rubb. Res., (1990) 3 77-87

(1988)

  1. Processability, mechanical properties failure mode of XLDPE-EPDM blends, G. B. Nando, S. Thomas and B. R. Gupta, Plast. Rubb. Proc. Appl., (1988) 9 29
  2. Tensile impact and flex fatigue failure of EPDM/XLPE blends, S. Thomas G. B. Nando, J. Mater. Sci. Lett., (1988)  7 557

(1987)

  1. Extrudate morphology of blends of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) thermoplastic copolyester elastomer, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., (1987) 34 2503
  2. Scanning electron mocroscopy studies on wear properties of blends of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) thermoplastic copolyester elastomer, S. Thomas, Wear. (1987) 116 201
  3. Morphology, mechanical properties failure mode of thermoplastic elastomers from blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber, S. Thomas, S. K. De and B. R. Gupta, Kautschuk Gummi Kunststoffe, (1987) 40 665
  4. Studies on morphology, mechanical properties failure mode of blends of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) copolyester thermoplastic elastomer, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Vinyl Technol., (1987) 9 1
  5. Tear wear of thermoplastic elastomers from blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Mater. Sci., (1987) 223209
  6. Tensile impact strength of blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer, S. Thomas, Mater. Lett. (1987),5 360
  7. Mechanical properties, surface morphology failure mode of g-ray irradiated blends of polypropylene ethylene-vinyl acetate rubber, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, Polym. Degrad. Stab., (1987) 18 189

(1986)

  1. Scanning electron microscopy studies on tensile, tear abrasion failure of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) copolyester thermoplastic elastomer, S. Thomas, B. Kuriakose, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, J. Mater. Sci., (1986) 21 711
  2. Studies on mechanical properties fracatography of g-ray irradiated blends of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) thermoplastic copolyester elastomer, S. Thomas, B. R. Gupta S. K. De and K. T. Thomas, Radiat. Phys. Chem., (1986) 28 283
  3. Studies on the rheological behaviour of plasticized poly (vinyl chloride) – thermoplastic copolyester elastomer blends, S. Thomas, B. Kuriakose, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, Plast. Rubb. Proc. Appl., (1986) 6 85
  4. Effect of dynamic crosslinking on ethylene-vinyl acetate thermoplastic elastomer, S. Thomas, B. Kuriakose, B. R. Gupta and S. K. De, Plast. Rubb. Process. Appl. (1986) 6 101