Sudipta Seal is the Director of Nanoscience Technology Center and Advanced Materials Processing Analysis Center at UCF and Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and holds a secondary joint appointment at UCF College of Medicine. In 2014, he is elected as an Interim Chair of the Materials Science and Engineering Department. He created Professional Science Masters Program in Nanotechnology at UCF.
Due to his accomplishments in electrochemical science, Seal is the recipient of the 2002 Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award (ONR-YIP) in the areas of bulk nanocomposites.
He’s also been selected for the Japan Society of Promotion of Science Awardee and the Alexander Von Humboldt Fellow, ASM IIM Lecturer award, Royal Soc of Eng – Visiting Professor Distinguished Fellowship at Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Central Florida Engineers Week award, Academic Trail Blazor Award from DC.
As part of The Electrochemical Society, Seal has served on various committees over the years, and organized numerous Chemical Mechanical Planarization symposium/CMP Proceedings and delivered various short courses. He was instrumental in creating the first Electrochemical Society Student chapter at University of Central Florida and many of his students have received various ECS awards for talks and posters.