In the year of 2013, Prof. S. K. Sharma invited me to participate of a relevant book regarding green chemistry for dye removal. Since 2013 to now, we have a good and productive research partnership. Our book chapter was successfully published and, more and more has been made. In summary, I hope that our book will serve as an excellent source of knowledge in the field of green chemistry for dyes removal, which can be used for scientists, researches, students and industrials!!”
It is my pleasure to express my academic observation about Prof. Sanjay K. Sharma, FRSC, Jaipur, India, a visionary academician in his areas of his research interests. For last 6 to 7 years I have got opportunities to interact several times with him on so many scientific, academic and state of talent grooming approaches. I have experienced that Prof. Sharma is like a mobile institution consisting creative thoughts, innovative approaches and out of box thinking. I found a great scientist, thinker, science promoter and dreamer of novel and new ideas in him. He should be elevated in his profession of his best choice in interest of growth of science and technology in country. Academicians like Prof. Sharma are rare however the rare gem like him faces difficulties and their talent goes diverted in unwanted attentions. Hence had Prof. Sharma been in any reputed institution he would have not only created new landmarks but could have also elevated the name and fame of the institution.”
Dear Professor Sharma, It has been a pleasure working with you over the years. Thank you for your enthusiasm and professionalism in preparing quality publications in a timely manner. You are an excellent author and we hope you will be inspiring the scientific community with your knowledge for years to come.”
Since 2011, Springer has been the publisher of Prof. Sanjay Sharma’s ‘SpringerBriefs in Green Chemistry for Sustainability’, a short book series presenting concise summaries of cutting-edge research and practical applications across a wide spectrum of fields including but not restricted to: Green House Gases and Global Warming, Microwave Synthesis, Solvent Free Reactions, Ultrasound Technology, Sonochemistry, Electrochemical Syntheses, Phytoremediation, Waste Management, Water Treatment and Wastewater Management, Dyes and pigments, Food and Pulp industry, Dairy Products and their Preservation, Catalysis and Biocatalysis, Biopolymer technology.
In my opinion, Prof. Sharma, the Series Editor, has been an absolute pleasure to work with since we joined forces in 2010 to launch this exciting and unique project. Prof. Sharma has demonstrated dedication, integrity, and professionalism throughout our collaboration. The series has quickly become very popular with the green chemistry community. To date, 23 volumes have been published with several more in the pipeline.
Together with Sanjay, I look forward to continued growth and interest in his highly topical and remarkable series.”
The Royal Society of Chemistry is the major society book publisher in the chemical sciences – a not-for profit organization dedicated to supporting the global scientific community, advancing excellence and shaping the future of the chemical sciences for the benefit of science and humanity. We rely on expert editors and authors to achieve our aims for disseminating scientific knowledge to the community. Professor Sharma has made significant contributions to the above aims, for which we are very grateful. Professor Sharma has recently edited a book on the presence, removal and safety of heavy metals in water, an important topic addressing an aspect of the current global challenge of water contamination, and he has also co-edited a detailed and informative handbook of applied biopolymer technology. It has been a pleasure to work with Professor Sharma, and I recommend anyone with an interest in how chemical sciences can solve important societal problems to view his books.”
Professor Sharma has made significant contributions to the above aims, for which we are very grateful.
Professor Sharma has recently edited a book on the presence..”