Jaswinder K Sharma
Jaswinder Sharma received his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Arizona State University. Then he worked as a 'Director's Fellow' postdoc at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He joined Oak Ridge National Laboratory in 2012 as a scientist.
TechConnect National Innovation Award for Technology 'Hybrid hollow silica particles with unprecedentedly low thermal conductivity', 2017
ORNL Technology Commercialization Award, 2017
Significant Event Award (SEA), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2014
Eugene P. Wigner Fellowship, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2012
R&D 100 Award for 'NanoCluster beacons: Shedding light on specific nucleic-acid targets', 2011
Director's Postdoctoral Fellowship, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 2009
Outstanding Research Assistant Award, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Arizona State University, 2008
Building Technologies Research and Integration Center (BTRIC)Center for Nanophase materials (CNMS)
4) J. Sharma, M. Bhandari, P. Datskos, G. Polyzos, Hybrid silica gel made of porous silica particles, PCT Appl. # PCT/US17/34221, May 24, 20173)
J. Sharma, P. Datskos, Method of synthesizing silica nanofibers using sound waves (United States Patent # 9,732,444).2)
H. -C. Yeh, J. Sharma, J. S. Martinez, J. H. Werner, Probe and method for DNA detection, (Patent# 8,476,014). 1)
J. Sharma, P. Datskos, Method of synthesizing silica nanofibers using sound waves (International Patent# 9,132,405).