Dr. Mishra’s work in the area of fundamental photophysics is significant. To mention a few:
Introduction of a noteworthy procedure for quick approximate estimation of all the dynamical parameters concerning exciplex formation and decay, using minimal fluorescence lifetime data and certain valid approximations.
Recent work of Dr. Mishra brings out the significance of diacetylene moiety in the photophysics of diyne bridged extended aromatic systems, a class of molecules of high current interest with exciting potentials in areas like optoelectronics and Raman imaging.
Very recently, Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) was utilized to generate white light emission from a cocktail of common vegetable extracts, which has pH sensing ability.