Dr. Saakshi Dhanekar

Saakshi works in the development of gas- and bio-sensors based on nanomaterials, heterostructures and MEMS. Prior to joining IIT Jodhpur, she had worked as SERB Research Scientist and INSPIRE Faculty at Centre for Biomedical Engineering and Centre for Applied Research in Electronics (CARE), IIT Delhi respectively from 2013-2019.


Department of Electrical Engineering,
IIT Jodhpur




Tel 0291-280-1373

Email: saakshi@iitj.ac.in

IIT Jodhpur, NH 65, Surpura Bypass Rd, Karwar, Rajasthan 342037


Room #113

Dept. of Electrical Engg., IIT Jodhpur



State of the art seminar - Swati Gahlaut

'Development of soil nutrient sensors'

27th Jan 2021 at 12 Noon

State of the art seminar - Vandana Chalka

'VOCs detection in exhaled breath for healthcare monitoring'

28th Jan 2021 at 6 pm

OPEN POSITIONS - I am looking for hard working and enthusiastic students who want to work in the semiconductor fabrication, sensors, MEMS field. Please send me an email if you are interested in joining the team.


IIT Delhi

EE, IIT Jodhpur

BSBE, IIT Jodhpur

Toyo University, Japan

Northeastern University, USA






IEEE Sensors - Accepted Dec 2020

“Near Room Temperature Sensing by In2O3 Decorated Silicon Nanowires for Sensitive Detection of Ethanol”

Priyanka Dwivedi, Saakshi Dhanekar*, Samaresh Das

Advanced Materials Technologies - Accepted Dec 2020

“Wearable Dosimeters for medical and defence applications- A state of the art review”

Saakshi Dhanekar*, Kamaljit Rangra

Microsystem Technologies

“Self-encapsulated DC MEMS switch using recessed cantilever beam and anodic bonding between silicon and glass”

B. Behera, S. Dhanekar*, G. Singh, S. Chandra

vol. 107, 2020, 7 pages (link)

IIT Jodhpur

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