Dr Madhulika Bhati | Energy

Dr. Madhulika Bhati | Leading  In Energy

Congratulations,Dr Madhulika Bhati on winning the esteemed Women Researcher Award from ResearchW! Your dedication, innovative research, and scholarly contributions have truly made a significant impact in your field. Your commitment to advancing knowledge and pushing the boundaries of research is commendable. Here’s to your continued success in shaping the future of academia and making invaluable contributions to your field. Well done!

Dr Madhulika Bhati Sebastin is a distinguished academic and researcher in the field of renewable energy, holds a PhD in Biosystems Engineering from Kangwon National University, South Korea. His academic journey has been marked by a profound dedication to advancing solar energy technologies, specifically in solar thermal harvesting and its integration into agricultural and architectural applications.

Professional Profiles:


PhD in Chemistry – Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, India (2001)

With 15+ years’ experience and roles as Principal Scientist and Associate Professor, I specialize in data-driven research focusing on Socio-Economic Impact Assessment, Environment & Sustainability, STI Policy, and Scientometric Analysis. I excel in knowledge extraction, data analytics, and sustainability development with exceptional communication and analytical skills.


CSIR – National Institute of Science Communication & Policy Research (Principal Scientist & Associate Professor)

Leading knowledge creation, dissemination, and sustainability research

Conducting data-driven analysis and policy trends for emerging technologies

Supervising PhD students and teaching research methodologies


CSIR-Raman Research Fellow Award (2021)

CIPSEM Fellowship, TU Dresden, Germany (2021-2022)

CSIR-Women achiever in STEM (2023)

Distinguished Fellow at CASTED, Beijing, China

Visiting Professor at Dalhousie University, Canada


Knowledge Mapping & Extraction

Data Analytics & Scientometric Analysis

Sustainability Development & Data Curation

Publications Top Note :

Growth and mineral accumulation in Eucalyptus camaldulensis seedlings irrigated with mixed industrial effluents paper published in  2003 cite by 101

Growth of Dalbergia sissoo in desert regions of western India using municipal effluent and the subsequent changes in soil and plant chemistry    paper published in  2005 cite by 76

China and India: The two new players in the nanotechnology race    paper published in  2012 cite by 59

Perovskite photovoltaics: basic to advanced concepts and implementation     paper published in  2018 cite by 40

Growth, biomass production, and nutrient composition of eucalyptus seedlings irrigated with municipal effluent in loamy sand soil of Indian desert   paper published in  2003 cite by 32

Nanotechnology:’Risk Governance’in India  paper published in  2012 cite by 27

Use of tree seedlings for the phytoremediation of a municipal effluent used in dry areas of north-western India: Plant growth and nutrient uptake   paper published in  2010 cite by 26

Nanotechnology and water purification: Indian know-how and challenges  paper published in  2021 cite by 17

Mineral toxicity and physiological functions in tree seedlings irrigated with effluents of varying chemistry in sandy soil of dry region  paper published in  2003 cite by 18

Soil and plant mineral composition and productivity of Acacia nilotica (L.) under irrigation with municipal effluent in an arid environment    paper published in  2004 cite by 14

📊 Citation Metrics (Google Scholar):

  • Citations by: All – 503, Since 2018 – 217
  • h-index: All – 11, Since 2018 – 8
  • i10 index: All – 13, Since 2018 – 8