Madhuri Dutta

Madhuri Dutta

DPhil candidate

MS University of North Texas, USA
BTech Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology, India

Short biography

Currently pursuing DPhil in Materials at University of Oxford, UK (Project funded by Marie Curie Fellowship).

Research summary

I work on manufacturing of carbon nanotube/polymer composite films through spray forming for dielectrics. However, due to the versatility of the forming technique the applications can be varied.

The project also includes investigation of carbon nanotube dispersibility in various matrices and solvents to understand their dispersion mechanisms.

Publications

[1] Composites of Polyester + Glass Fiber Residues vs. Composites with Mineral Fillers, et al.; Composite Interfaces (2012).

[2] Stable dispersions of nitrogen containing multi-walled carbon nanotubes; M Dutta, et al.; Materials Express (2011).

[3] Modified epoxy coatings on mild steel: Tribology and surface energy; M Dutta et al.; European Polymer Journal (2010).

[4] Nanocomposites of poly(methyl methacrylate) and montmorillonite brazilian clay: A tribological study; W Brostow, et al.; eXPRESS Polymer Letters (2010).

Contact

madhuri.dutta[at]materials.ox.ac.uk