Dr. Yuvaraja Dibdalli | Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Universidad Bernardo O´Higgins, (CIBQA), General Gana 1702, Santiago, Chile

Author Profile

Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Yuvaraja Dibdalli commenced his academic journey by earning a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics from Gulbarga University, India, in 2011. Building upon this foundation, he pursued a Master of Science (M.Sc) in Chemistry at Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadevaraya University, India, which he completed in 2015. His academic pursuits laid the groundwork for his future contributions to the field of chemistry.

Professional Endeavors

Following his academic achievements, Dr. Dibdalli embarked on his professional journey with a keen focus on chemistry. He earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Vijayanagara Sri Krishnadevaraya University in 2023, where he delved deep into research spanning several disciplines. During his doctoral studies, he undertook research stays at esteemed institutions such as Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Universidad Mayor Santiago, and Universidad Bernardo O'Higgins, Chile, from 2018 to 2023. This international exposure enriched his academic and research experiences, preparing him for his future endeavors.Currently, Dr. Dibdalli serves as a Postdoctoral Scientist at Universidad Bernardo O'Higgins, Chile, under the guidance of Dr. Cesar Morales Verdejo. His role involves conducting cutting-edge research and contributing to the scientific community through his innovative work.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Dibdalli's research focus spans a wide range of areas within chemistry, with particular expertise in organometallic chemistry, energetic materials, and polymerization catalysts. His significant contributions include the synthesis and characterization of various compounds, as evidenced by his extensive publication record. Notably, his research has explored the catalytic behavior of bimetallic compounds, the development of burning rate catalysts for solid rocket motors, and the study of energetic nanoparticles.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Dibdalli's exemplary contributions to the field of chemistry have garnered recognition and accolades within the scientific community. His research articles have been published in renowned journals, showcasing the significance and impact of his work. Additionally, he holds two patents, further underscoring the originality and innovation of his research endeavors.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Dibdalli's research has had a tangible impact on the field of chemistry, advancing our understanding of various chemical phenomena and contributing to the development of practical applications. His work in catalysis, spectroscopy, and materials science has the potential to drive innovation in diverse industries, including aerospace, energy, and materials engineering.

Legacy and Future Contributions

As Dr. Dibdalli continues his academic and professional journey, his legacy in the field of chemistry is bound to endure. His dedication to scientific inquiry, coupled with his innovative research, promises to inspire future generations of chemists and researchers. With a focus on collaboration, mentorship, and continued exploration, Dr. Dibdalli is poised to make further significant contributions to the scientific community in the years to come.

Notable Publications 

Novel Schiff base iron (ii) phthalocyanine with composite MWCNTs on modified GCE: electrochemical sensor development for paracetamol

KRV Reddy, D Yuvaraja, JM Manriquez, KS Lokesh, MK Amshumali
Reaction Chemistry & Engineering
Catalytic effects of ruthenocene bimetallic compounds derived from fused aromatic ring ligands on the main oxidizing agent for solid rocket motor

Y Dibdalli, J Gaete, C Osorio-Gutierrez, JL Arroyo, A Norambuena, ...
Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society
Bimetallic ruthenium compound derived from 6, 12-dihydroindeno [1, 2-b] fluorene ligand as burning rate catalyst for solid rocket motor propellant

Y Dibdalli, J Gaete, C Valdebenito, JL Arroyo, I Martínez, G Abarca, ...
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry
Superparamagnetic energetic nanoparticles: a surface self-propagation pathway for the thermal decomposition of ammonium perchlorate

J Gaete, C Valdebenito, Y Dibdalli, JL Arroyo, Á Norambuena, ...
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Evaluation of Mono and Bimetallic Ferrocene-Based 1, 2, 3-Triazolyl Compounds as Burning Rate Catalysts for Solid Rocket Motor

C Valdebenito, J Gaete, C Osorio, Y Dibdalli, Á Norambuena, N Lecaros, ...
ACS omega
Synthesis of the bimetallic zirconium compound derived from unsubstituted as-indacene and its catalytic behavior on ethylene polymerization

Y Dibdalli, C Morales-Verdejo, DE Ortega, E Molins, MK Amshumali
Journal of Molecular Structure
Yuvaraja Dibdalli | Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

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