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Assistant Professor, ECE Dept.

B.Tech: – Electronics and Communication Engineering ,Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur, India
M.Tech: – Computers & Communications
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, India
Ph.D: – Electrical and Electronics Engineering Birla Institute of Technology & Sciences (BITS) – Pilani Hyderabad Campus, India.

Teaching Experience – 6 Years

JNTU Registration No – 
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  1. 0D & 2D nanomaterials Synthesis (Hydrothermal, Solvothermal, Sonication, CVD)
  2. Fabrication of Transient flexible sensors and devices.
  3. Machine learning & Deep learning
  1. Machine learning & Deep learning.
  2. Image processing
  1. Bokka, N., Selamneni, V., & Sahatiya, P. (2020). A water destructible SnS2 QD/PVA film based transient multifunctional sensor and machine learning assisted stimulus identification for non-invasive personal care diagnostics. Materials Advances, 1(8), 2818-2830. [DOI:
  2. Adepu, V., Bokka, N., Mattela, V., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). A highly electropositive ReS2 based ultra-sensitive flexible humidity sensor for multifunctional applications. New Journal of Chemistry, 45(13), 5855-5862.[DOI:]
  3. Bokka, N., Adepu, V., Selamneni, V., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Non-contact, controlled and moisture triggered black phosphorus quantum dots/PVA film for transient electronics applications. Materials Letters, 290, 129477.
  4. Selamneni, V., Gohel, K., Bokka, N., Sharma, S., & Sahatiya, P. (2020). MoS2-Based Multifunctional Sensor for Both Chemical and Physical Stimuli and Their Classification Using 
    Machine Learning Algorithms. IEEE Sensors Journal, 21(3), 3694-3701.
  5. Bokka, N., Karhade, J., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Deep learning enabled classification of realtime respiration signals acquired by MoSSe quantum dot-based flexible sensors. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 9(34), 6870-6880. []
  6. Bokka, N., Adepu, V., Tiwari, A., Kanungo, S., & Sahatiya, P. (2022). A detailed comparative performance analysis of the Transition Metal Di-chalcogenides (TMDs) based strain sensors through experimental realisations and first principle calculations. FlatChem, 32, 100344.
  7.  Bokka, N., Selamneni, V., Adepu, V., Jajjara, S., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Water Soluble Flexible and Wearable Electronic Devices: A Review. Flexible and Printed Electronics.
  8. Bokka, N., Ganeshan, S. K., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Large area deposition of Janus MoS2x Se2  (x− 1) on paper as a multifunctional electromechanical sensor for versatile physiological signal
    monitoring. Flexible and Printed Electronics, 6(1), 015011. [10.1088/2058-8585/abe916]
  9. Bokka, N., Khush Mahendrakumar, G., & Sahatiya, P. (2022). A water‐soluble micropatterned MoS2 quantum dots/polyvinyl alcohol film as a transient contact (pressure) and non‐contact (humidity) as touch and proximity sensor. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 139(9), 51711. []
  10. Bokka, N., Adepu, V., & Sahatiya, P. (2022). Sublimation of MXene/camphor device: a study on self–destructive dry transiency. Materials Advances. [10.1039/D1MA00873K]
  11. Amogh, B. S., Selamneni, V., Bokka, N., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Remarkably Stable Black Phosphorus Quantum Dots-Polyvinyl Alcohol Film as a Water Soluble Breath Sensor. IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 68(10), 5167-5172. [10.1109/TED.2021.3105572]
  12.  Bokka, N., Som, D., Kanungo, S., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Investigation of the Transduction Mechanism of Few Layer SnS₂ for Pressure and Strain Sensing: Experimental Correlation With First Principles Study. IEEE Sensors Journal, 21(15), 17254-17261.
  13. Bokka, N., & Sahatiya, P. (2022). Heat and light triggered mechanical destruction of 2D materials based electronic devices fabricated on wax substrate. FlatChem, 35, 100423.
  14. Sindhu, B., Bokka, N., Bahadursha, N., Kanungo, S., Sahatiya, P., & Nandi, S. (2023). Heat triggered Wax/NiSe2 based transient microstrip antenna for pressure sensing applications. Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 166, 107730.
  15. Adepu, V., Bokka, N., Selamneni, V., Paramasivan, T. G., & Sahatiya, P. (2023). Flexible and Wearable Strain/Pressure Sensors.
  1. Naveen Bokka, Debapriya Som, Sayan Kanungo, Parikshit Sahatya, “Fabrication of Few Layer SnS2 Based Flexible Pressure and Strain Sensor and Understanding the Transduction through First
    Principles Calculations”, IEEE-ICEE 2020, 5th International Conference on Emerging Electronics,Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India. (Presented)
  2. Naveen Bokka, Gohel Khush Mahendrakumar, and Parikshit Sahatiya, “A Water Soluble Micro patterned MoS2 QDs/PVA film as a Transient Pressure Sensor”, IEEE Nano 2021, The 21st IEEE International Conference on Nanotechnology, Canada. (Presented)
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  3.  Naveen Bokka, Parikshit Sahatya “Heat and Light triggered Mechanical Destruction of Electronics”, IWPSD 2021, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India. (Presented)
  1. Selamneni, V., Bokka, N., Adepu, V., & Sahatiya, P. (2021). Carbon Nanomaterials for Emerging Electronic Devices and Sensors. In Carbon Nanomaterial Electronics: Devices and Applications (pp. 215-258). Springer, Singapore.
  1. Title: Thermally triggered Transient field effect transistor with wax dielectric (Inventors: Naveen
    Bokka, Dr. Parikshit Sahatiya), Indian patent filed, Application No: 202111046524.