After graduating from Science College, Calcutta in 1993, Professor Ghosh obtained his Ph. D in Inorganic Chemistry in 1998 at Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay for research on Fischer Carbene Complexes. He then spent five years as a post doctoral researcher at the University of Notre Dame, where he developed a new synthetic route to hypoelectronic metallaborane clusters. He joined Department of Chemistry, IIT Madras as Assistant Professor in 2005.
1998 Ph. D from IIT Bombay
1992 M. Sc from Science College, Calcutta
1990 - B. Sc from Calcutta University
Metallaboranes of early transition metals and rare earth metals and their application in catalysis.
Transition metal diborane and diborene complexes.
Application of transition metal sigma and agostic borate complexes in catalysis
Boron-controlled CO2 reduction.