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Department of Physics


MISSION-VISION

Mission: To provide an excellent academic environment that motivates and inspires students to excel globally and contribute in the relevant field of research and teaching in Physical Sciences.

Vision: To provide relevant education in Physics at undergraduate and graduate levels; and to carry out substantial research and scholarly work with relevance to contemporary problems faced by industry and the society at large.

ABOUT US

Right from the inception of the university, the department of Physics is continuously thriving in academics and research in School of Sciences. Department focuses on aligning the teaching and learning experience for its students with research values and practices of the university. Department has wide range in research specializations and thus offers PhD program in the field of Solar Astronomy, Material Science, Composite Materials, Thin Films, Plasma Physics, Hydrogen Energy, Microwave Electronics. All faculty members are highly qualified with the institution of international repute and potential excellence and having wide teaching experience. Continuous contribution is on swing and numbers of research publications have been published by the faculty members in international SCOPUS / SCI Indexed or in peer reviewed journals. At Graduate level, department is running MSc (Physics) program with the specialization in various fields, where the students are groomed well with the exposures at reputed organizations like Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (ISRO), Atomic and Minerals Directorate (DAE), Solar Observatory – A unit of Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Forensic Science (State Govt.), Aries and Ministry of Earth Sciences etc. or at various academic institutions for their project work. Opportunities are also provided to the student for internship under student exchange program (IAESTE) across the globe. At Undergraduate level, the department of Physics offers BSc (Hons) in Physics with the specialization of Electronics & Communication Science, Material Science and Astrophysics and Astronomy. The physics courses offered are oriented to the various goals that students may achieve in studying physics. The curriculum is equipped with the elective courses, that not only enhances the scientific approach of the students but also prepare them competent globally. Department also offers number of courses in BSc (Pass) and in other degree programs like Forensic Sciences, BSc (LAW), and electives for other non-physics Honors program. In BTech program, department delivers a comprehensive knowledge on Modern Physics including the cutting edge technologies like Nanotechnology, Spintronics and Quantum computing and photonics justifies the importance of Physics in engineering. Beyond the curriculum, department encourages the students to expedite their research aptitude by doing internship offered in summer research program at different institutions. Best efforts are done to felicitate the theory through the well equipped laboratories. Department emphasizes on nurturing the physics in young generations through the exposures of invited talks by eminent speakers from NASA, BARC, IUCAA (Pune), Department of SAFAR and Meteorological (Govt. of India), University of Sheffield, UK and many others. The motivational academic environment inspires the students for higher studies either at abroad or at national level instates/universities as well constantly guide the students for qualifying the JAM/JEST/NET or other competitive examinations.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

  1. BSc (Hons) Physics - (Curriculum based on CBCS and NEP-20)
    Specialization in Electronics & Communication Science, Material Science, and Astronomy and Astrophysics
  2. M.Sc. (Physics)
  3. Ph.D - Department offers the research program in supervising the PhD candidates in following research areas
    1. Solar Physics
    2. Hydrogen Storage Materials
    3. Material Science / Composite Materials
    4. High Energy Physics–Phenomenology
    5. Plasma Physics
    6. Condensed Matter Physics
    7. Microwave Electronics

CURRICULUM

  1. M.Sc. Physics: 2 Years (4 Semesters)
    Syllabus Study Scheme Program Objectives Minutes
  2. B.Sc. (Honors) Physics: 3 Years (6 Semesters)
    Syllabus Study Scheme Program Objectives Minutes
  3. B.Sc. (Pass) Physics: 3 Years (6 Semesters)
    Syllabus Study Scheme Program Objectives Common & revised Minutes
  4. B.Tech.: Applied Physics (I/II Semester)
    Syllabus Study Scheme Program Objectives Minutes

FACULTY

Photo Name / Email Designation Qualification Research Area Summary
Prof. (Dr.) Pranav Saxena Dr. Pranav Saxena [email protected] Professor & Head Ph.D., M. Phil., M.Sc. Phenomenology in High Energy Physics (Beyond SM: SUSY, GUT models) Papers in Journals-6, Presentation in Conferences-16, Books - 05
Dr. Nishant Gaur Dr Nishant Gaur
[email protected]
Associate Professor M.Sc, Ph.D. Solid State Physics and Condense Matter Physics Paper in Conference-03
Dr. Chandan Joshi Dr Chandan Joshi [email protected] Associate Professor Ph.D, M.Sc. Solar and Stellar Astronomy Papers in Journals-06, Presentation in Conferences-09
Dr. Abhishek Sharma Dr Abhishek Sharma [email protected] Associate Professor Ph.D, M.Sc. Plasma Processing and Optoelectronics Applications Papers in Journals-05, Presentation in Conferences-07
Dr. Shivani Agarwal Dr Shivani Agarwal [email protected] Associate Professor Ph.D, M.Sc. Hydrogen Storage Papers in Journals-27, Presentation in Conferences-19, Books - 03
Dr. Renu Sharma Dr Renu Sarma
[email protected]
Assistant Professor-I Ph.D, MSc. Microwave Electronics Papers in Journals – 6, In Conference - 09
Mr. Anil Kumar Sharma Mr Anil Kr Sharma ([email protected]) Assistant Professor-I M.Sc., Ph.D(Pursuing) Microwave, Power Electronics  No. of Publications:- 01

LABORATORY

Department has a dedicated PG lab for mechanical, electrical, and nuclear experiments (Refer MSc Syllabus). Two labs (including Dark Room) are fully equipped with electrical, electronics, thermodynamics, mechanical and optical experiments for Undergraduate program (Refer BSc Syllabus). Few of these are:-

RESEARCH PROFILE

Department of Physics is continuously striving the research fields to explore the signatures or developments since 2012 in their respective research areas. Presently, the faculty members are involved in supervising the research candidates in the field of Hydrogen Storage Materials, Solar Physics, Plasma Physics, Material Science, and Microwave Electronics. Significant publications are in SCOPUS/SCI Indexed/Peer Reviewed Journals. In addition to these, department has significant number of research papers presented in Conferences/Symposium. Department encourages the research scholar to participate and present their progress or developments of their research work in prominent conferences at National/International level.

Department's Google Scholar Link: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=PkOU28wAAAAJ&hl=en

PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS:

Dr Chandan Joshi (Associate Professor)

  1. Periodicities in X-ray  solar  flare occurrences  and  coherency  with  daily mean  magnetic  field, Monthly Notices  of the Royal Astronomical Society,  Volume 508, Issue 3, December  2021, Pages  3604–3610
  2. Chromospheric plasma ejection  above  a pore  Monthly  Notices  of the  Royal  Astronomical Society,  Volume 493, Issue2,  pp.  3036-3044
  3. Small- Scale Activity  Above the Penumbra of a Fast-Rotating Sunspot,  Solar Physics,  Volume 293, Issue 3, pp.46-49.
  4. Fine structures at pore boundary. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 462, Issue1,  pp.  L93-L97
  5. Spectro-polarimetery of umbral fine structures from Hinode:  Evidence for Magneto-convection.  Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 393, Issue 1, pp.  65-70
  6. Observations of Dark Lanes in Umbral  Fine Structure from the Hinode Solar Optical  Telescope:  Evidence  for Magneto-convection, The Astrophysical  Journal, Volume 669, Issue 1, pp.  L57-L60.
  7. Enhanced Joule Heating in Umbral Dots.  Solar Physics, Volume 245, Issue 2, pp.239-245.

Dr Abhishek Sharma (Associate Professor)

  1. Effect of Plasma Nitriding on the microstructure and properties of several steels, International Journal of Materials Physics, Vol. 1, No. 1 (2010), 19-25.
  2. Effects of Plasma Nitriding on different Types of Steels at Two different Temperatures, International Journal of Materials Physics, Vol.2, No. 2 (2011), 63-73.
  3. A study of Plasma Nitriding Process on the AISI 4140 Steel, Journal of Materials Science & Surface Engineering, Vol. 1(3) (2014), 81-83.
  4. Pulsed DC Glow Discharge Plasma Nitriding Process on the AISI 1045 Steel, International Journal of Materials Engineering, Vol.7 (1) (2017), 12-16.
  5. Absolute point approach for more-for-less paradox in linear fractional transportation problem, Journal of Advanced Research in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Vol. 3(1), (2019), 1-7.

Dr Shivani Agarwal (Associate Professor)                          

  1. Significance of Hydrogen as Economic and Environmentally Friendly Fuel, Energies (2021), 14(21), 7389
  2. The Catalytic Role of D-block Elements and Their Compounds for Improving Sorption Kinetics of Hydride Materials: A Review, Reactions 2(2021) 333-364.
  3. Enhancement in hydrogenation dehydrogenation kinetics of KSiH3 by the addition of Ti-based catalysts,  Materials letter X,11(2021) 100086.
  4. Iron based catalyst for the improvement of the sorption properties of KSiH3, Int. Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 45 (2020) 33681 – 33686.
  5. The destabilization of LiBH4 through the addition of Bi2Se3 nanosheets, Int. Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 45 (2020) 23947 – 23953.
  6. Flower-like Bi2S3 nano-structures as highly efficient anode for all-solid-state lithium-ion battery, RSC Advances, 9 (2019) 29549.
  7. Catalytic Tuning of Sorption Kinetics of Lightweight Hydrides: A Review of the Materials and Mechanism, Catalysts, 8 (2018) 651.
  8. The enhanced de/re-hydrogenation performance of MgH2 with TiH2 additive, International journal of Energy Research, 42 (2018) 1139 – 1147.
  9. Hydrogen sorption characteristics of ZrCrAl ternary alloy as a function of milling time, Journal of Macromolecular Symposia, Volume 376 (2017) 1700047.
  10. How does TiF4 affect the decomposition of MgH2 and its complex variants? – An XPS investigation,  Journal of Materials Chemistry A,  5 (2017) 15543-15551.
  11. Effect of ZrCrCo alloy on hydrogen storage properties of Mg, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 645 (2015) S518 – S523.
  12. Structural and hydrogen storage properties of Mg-x wt% ZrCrMn composites, Advanced Materials Letters 5 (2014) 692 – 698.
  13. Kinetic Enhancement in the Sorption Properties by Forming Mg – x wt% ZrCrCu Composites, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (2013) 11953.
  14. Hydriding behaviour of Mg-50 wt% ZrCrFe composite prepared by high energy ball milling, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37 (2012) 3665.
  15. Structural and H2 sorption properties of MgH2–10 wt% ZrCrM (M = Cu, Ni) nano-composites, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 13 (2011) 5719.
  16. Correlation between the milling time and hydrogen storage properties of ZrCrFe ternary alloy; International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (2010) 9910.
  17. Synthesis of nano-crystalline Zr-M (M=Ni, Co, Fe, Cu) bilayer films and their thermodynamics of hydrogen uptake by resistance measurement, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (2010) 9893.
  18. Catalytic effect of ZrCrNi alloy on hydriding properties of MgH2, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 34, Issue 22, November (2009), Pages 9157-9162.
  19. Correlation between the milling time and hydrogen storage properties of nanostructured ZrFeNi ternary alloy; Journal of Alloys & Compounds 480 (2009) 325-328.
  20. Structural & Mössbauer spectroscopic study of cubic phase ZrFe2-xMnx hydrogen storage alloy; Journal of alloys and Compounds 454 (2008) 31-37.
  21. Structural and Thermodynamical Investigations of La0.23Ni0.34Co0.33Nd0.08Ti0.01Al0.01 Hydrogen Storage Alloy, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 33 (2008) 356-359.
  22. Synthesis, characterization & hydrogenation of ZrFe2-xNix (x = 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8) alloys, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32:16 (2007) 3965 – 3971.
  23. Thermodynamics and Structural aspects of hydrogen absorption in Zr1-xCrxFe2 alloys, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 32:13 (2007) 2445-2449.
  24. Characterization and Hydrogenation of CeNi5-xCrx (x=0, 1, 2) alloys, Journal of alloys and Compounds 430 (2007) 165-169.
  25. Hydrogenation Behaviour of Ce-based AB5 Intermetallic Compounds, Journal of alloys and Compounds 440 (2007) 84-88.
  26. Surface morphology and the phase formation at Cr/Si system, Applied Surface Science 253 (2007) 4721-4726.
  27. Morphological and interfacial investigations at Ni/Si system, Journal of Scanning Probe Microscope, 2 (2007) 36-40.
  28. Effect of annealing on magnetic properties and silicide formation at Co/Si interface, Bulletin of Material Science, 29:6 (2006) 647–651.
  29. Structural, Electrical and Thermodynamical Aspects of Hydrogenated La-Ni-Si Alloy, Bulletin of Material Science, Vol. 29, No. 1, February 2006, pp. 67-72.
  30. Structural and Electrical Properties of Swift Heavy Ion Beam Irradiated Co/Si Interface, Bulletin of Material Science, vol. 29, No. 2, April 2006, pp. 187-191.

Mr Hariom Pawar (Assistant Professor – II)

  1. Effect of concentration on sensing properties of CoFe2O4/BaTiO3 nanocomposites towards LPG. Applied Physics A, 127(2021) 654-662.
  2. Effect of concentration on lattice constant, dielectric properties and activation energy of CoFe2O4/BaTiO3 nanocomposites. Applied Physics A, 127 (2021)431-442.
  3. Role of calcination on dielectric properties of BaTiO3 nanoparticles as a gas sensor, Applied Physics A, 127 (2021) 384-394.
  4. Co1−xBaxFe2O4 (x = 0, 0.25, 0.5, 0.75 and 1) Nanoferrites as Gas Sensor towards NO2 and NH3 Gases, Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, 10 (2020) 35265-35272.
  5. Effect of concentration of SiC on physicochemical properties of CoFe2O4/SiC nanocomposites, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 840 (2020) 155596.
  6. Synthesis and Characterization of MnFe2O4/Graphene/Epoxy nanocomposites, Applied Innovative Research, 01 (2019) 75-77.
  7. Comparative study of physicochemical properties of CoFe2O4/MWCNT nanocomposites, Applied Innovative Research, 01 (2019) 93-95.

Dr Pranav Saxena (Professor)

  1. Bound-State Energies for the Superposed Screened Coulomb Potential, Malaysian Journal Of Physics, Vol. 29, 89 (2008); ISSN-0128-0333
  2. Low Energy Theorems and Unitarity Bounds in the Extra U(1) Superstring Inspired E6 Models, Physical Review D, Vol. D72, 095016 (2005); ISSN 2470-0010
  3. Contribution Of W+- H-+ Zi Vertices to Anomalous Magnetic Dipole and Electric Quadrupole Moments of W Boson in the Extra U(1) Superstring Inspired Model, Physical Review D, Vol. 56, 4152 (October 1997); ISSN 2470-0010
  4. Evaluation Of S, T, U Parameters, Triple Gauge Boson Vertices and some Oblique Corrections in Extra U(1) Superstring Inspired Model, Pramana, Vol. 52, 145-175 (February 1999);   ISSN: 0304-4289
  5. Signatures of Heavy Z-prime in the Extra U(1) Superstring Inspired Model: RGEs Analysis, arXiv: hep-ph/0705.2532 (May 2007)
  6. W-Boson Electric Dipole Moment – Revisited, arXiv: hep-ph/0204019 (April 2002)

Dr Trupti Sharma (Assistant Professor – I)

  1. Electronic excitation induced modi?cations of optical and morphological properties of PCBM thin ?lms, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics, ResearchB379(2016)176–180(SCI with IF: 1.3)
  2. Ion   irradiation   induced   modi?cations   of P3HT:   A donor material  for organic photovoltaic devices,  Vacuum 135 (2017) 73-85 (SCI withIF: 3.6)
  3. In?uence of high energy ion irradiation on fullerene derivative (PCBM) thin ?lms, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B396(2017)5–10(SCIwithIF:1.3)
  4. Effect of High Energy Ions on the Electrical and Morphological Properties of Poly (3-Hexylthiophene) (P3HT)Thin Film, Physica B: Condensed Matter 537 (2018) 306-313(SCIwithIF:2.4)
  5. Fabrication, characterization and annealing of polymer-fullerene bulk heterojunction organic solar cells, AIP Conference Proceedings 1837, 040071 (2017)(AIPpublishing)

Dr Renu Sharma (Assistant Professor – I)

  1. Investigation and Representation approach of 140W Space TWT, Journal of Basic and Applied Engineering Research (JBAER, July-September 2019 Vol.06, Issue-7,pp:417-419
  2. Performance Comparison of FBG as Dispersion Compensator with different frequency chirp in an Optical Fiber Link, STM Journals, February 2019, Vol.08, Issue-III, pp. 78-81
  3. Analysis and Design approach of 140W Space TWT, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, (IJLTEMAS) June 2017 Vol.06, Issue-VI, pp. 233-235
  4. High Linear Traveling wave tube, International Journal Research and Innovation in applied science (IJRIAS), April 2016, Volume-01 Issue-01, pp. 20-21
  5. Improved Non-Linearity of helix SWS for high efficiency TWT, A CSIR Publication :Indian Science Abstracts (ISA), 2012, vol 1(4) pp 2-5
  6. Analysis of Harmonics and Intermodulation for Space TWT, International Journal Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST), January 2011
  7. Improved Non-Linearity for Space Traveling Wave Tubes, International Journal of Business Engineering and Research (IJBER), October 2009, Vol.02

Dr Aalok Pandya (Ex-Professor)

  1. Variation in the Flux of Cosmic Rays During Solar Eclipse on 21 June, 2020, Astro-particle Physics (0927-6505), 21, 136 (2021) p. 102659
  2. Astronomical Explanation of Sun-Dial in Agra, Current Science (0011-3891), 118, No. 5, (2021) pp. 942-945
  3. Astronomical Significance of Sun- Dial in Srirangapatana, Current Science, (0011-3891), 116, No. 5, (2019) pp. 811-816
  4. Fine structures at pore boundary, Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS) Letters (1745-3925), 462 (1) (2016) L93-L97
  5. Small scale activity above penumbra of a fast rotating sunspot, Solar Physics, (0038-0938) 293, 46 (2018) pp. 1-7
  6. Background Independent Quantum Mechanics, Classical Geometric Forms & Geometric Quantum Mechanics, International Journal of Theoretical Physics (IJTP), (0020-7748), 48, (2009) pp. 522–534
  7. Background Independent Quantum Mechanics, Metric of Quantum States, & Gravity: A Comprehensive Perspective, International Journal of Theoretical Physics (IJTP), (0020-7748), 46 (2007), pp. 3216-3229
  8. Computational investigation of electrostatic interactions, Physics Essays, (0836-1398), 30 (3) (2017) pp. 302-307
  9. Quantum Trajectories and Schematic Flow of the Probability: Conserved Probability and  Conserved Probability Current, Physics Essays (0836-1398), 28 (2) (2015) pp. 193-197
  10. Complementarity, quantization and uncertainty: an analytical perspective of set  theory and probability, Physics Essays (0836-1398), 27 (2) (2014) pp. 281-285
  11. Computational Investigations of the Null Cone Representation of Interactions, Physics Essays(0836-1398), 26 (1) (2013) pp. 24-26.
  12. Null Cone Representation of Interactions and Causal Structure, Physics Essays (0836-1398), 25 (2) (2012) pp. 228-232.
  13. General Topology of the Universe,  Applied Mathematics (2152-7385), 5, No.16 (2014) pp. 2442-2446
  14. The Metric of Quantum States Revisited, Physics Essay, (0836-1398), 19 (2) (2006) pp. 263-268
  15. Exploration of Geometry of Electrostatic Interactions, Physics Essays, (0836-1398), 32 (3) (2019) pp. 411-416
  16. Sun-Dial for Time-Keeping in Jaisalmer Fort, Indian Journal of History of Science, (0836-1398), 52 (2) (2017) pp. 137-146
  17. Kuldhara Devastation and the Great Exodus, Current Science, (0011-3891), 114, NO. 5, (2018) pp. 944-946.
  18. Geometry and Structure of Electron: A Discussion, The Bulletin of Indian Association of Physics Teachers, 20 (2003) pp. 402-404
  19. Flux Variation in High Energy Gamma and X-Ray Region during Total Solar Eclipse, Kodaikanal Observatory Bulletin, 13 (1997) pp. 235-240.
PUBLICATIONS IN CONFERENCES:

Dr Chandan Joshi-

  1. “Search for Correlation between  Solar Flare  Count and Mean  Solar  Magnetic Field”, Proceedings of the  International  Astronomical Union, 13, S340, 77-78, 2018
  2. “A High Resolution  Study of Umbral Flashes and Running  Penumbral Waves using Hinode Observations”, 12th European Solar Physics Meeting,  Freiburg,  Germany, held September,  8-12, 2008.
  3. “Spectropolarimetery of Umbral  Fine Structures from Hinode:  Evidence for Magnetoconvection”, 12th European Solar Physics Meeting, Freiburg,  Germany, held September,  8-12, 2008.
  4. “Enhanced Joule  Heating  in Umbral  Dots”, 37th COSPAR  Scientific  Assembly.  Held 13-20 July  2008,  in Montr´eal, Canada., p.1411
  5. “G-Band  Bright Points  and  Photospheric  Magnetic  Fields”, Solar  Polarization 4, ASP  Conference  Series,  Vol.  358, Proceedings of the conference held 19-23 September, 2005, in Boulder, Colorado,  USA. Edited  by R. Casini  and B. W. Lites,  p.61
  6. “MHD Waves  Observed  in Isolated Bright Points”, Solar  MHD  Theory  and  Observations:  A  High  Spatial  Resolution Perspective ASP  Conference  Series,  Vol.   354, Proceedings of the  Conference  held 18-22 July, 2005, at the National  Solar Observatory, Sacramento Peak,  Sunspot,  New Mexico, USA. Edited by J. Leibacher,  R. F. Stein, and H. Uitenbroek.  San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific,  2006., p.13
  7. “The  Solar Flare  and  CME  Induced as a Collision  of Two  Opposite  Polarities on 1997 May  12”, Large-scale  Structures and their  Role in Solar Activity ASP Conference Series,  Vol.  346, Proceedings of the Conference held 18-22 October,  2004 in  Sunspot,  New Mexico,  USA.  Edited  by K. Sankarasubramanian, M. Penn,  and A. Pevtsov,  p.327
  8. “CME and associated phenomena on May 12, 1997”, American Geophysical Union, Spring  Meeting 2005, abstract SH51C-05.
  9. “MHD Waves Propogation and Heating of Solar  Atmosphere”, American   Geophysical  Union,  Spring  Meeting  2005,  abstract SH12A-04

Dr Abhishek Sharma-

  1. “Comparative Study of Plasma Nitriding Process on AISI D3 and AISI 304 Steels”, International Conference, ICMMAAC-19, 2019 at JECRC University, Jaipur.
  2. “Optimize model of pulsed DC plasma based surface modification process involving plasma nitriding technique on AISI1045 and AISI4140 steel” presented in International Conference, ICMMAAC-18, at JECRC University, Jaipur.
  3. “A Study of Plasma Nitriding Process on the AISI 1045 Steel” presented in International Conference, TIMES-2013, at IET, Alwar.
  4. “Influence of Pulsed DC Glow Discharge Plasma Nitriding Process on the AISI 1045 and AISI 4140 Steels” presented in National Conference, Plasma-2010 at IASST, Guwahati.
  5. “Effect of Plasma Nitriding on the microstructure and properties of several steels” presented in National Conference, Plasma-2009 at NIT, Hamirpur.
  6. “Study  of  Effects  of  Plasma  Nitriding  on  different  Types  of  Steels  at  different Temperatures”presented in National Conference, Plasma-2008 at BARC, Mumbai.

Dr Shivani Agarwal-

  1. “Improving the sorption kinetics of KSiH3 by the addition of Fe based catalysts”, ICSDG 2020, JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur during February 7-8, 2020.
  2. “Tailoring the kinetic properties of KSiH3 by the addition of Ti-based catalysts”, BICON-2019, Biyani College, Jaipur during September 23-25, 2019.
  3. “Sorption properties………..catalysts”, 2nd International Conference on Engineering Application of Material Science -2018 Held at: JECRC Foundation, Jaipur  (26-27 March 2018)
  4. “How does TiF4 affect the decomposition of MgH2 and its complex variants”, MH 2016, Switzerland during August 07 -12, 2016.
  5. “Modification in hydrogen storage properties of magnesium hydride by composite formation with laves phase alloys”, WHTC 2015, Sydney, Australia during October 11 – 14, 2015.
  6. “Hydriding properties of Mg based nano composites”, DSL 2009 held at Rome, Italy during June 24 -26, 2009."
  7. Hydriding behavior of Mg-x wt% ZrCrCo composites prepared by high energy ball milling”, WHTC 2009 at New Delhi, India.
  8. “Hydrogen storage properties of bilayered Zr/ M (M = Fe, Cu) nano structure thin films”, HYPOTHESIS 2009 held in Lisbon, Portugal during April 01 - 03, 2009.
  9. “Correlation between the milling time and hydrogen storage properties of ZrCrFe ternary alloy”, HYPOTHESIS 2009 held at Lisbon, Portugal during April 01-03, 2009.
  10. “Structural and hydrogenation properties of ball milled ZrCrAl ternary alloy”, International Conference on Hydrogen and Hydrogen Storage - Methods and Materials held at Bangalore, India during January 03-06, 2009.
  11. “Hydriding behaviour of Mg-50 wt% ZrCrFe composite prepared by high energy ball milling”, Conference on Hydrogen and Hydrogen Storage - Methods and Materials held at Bangalore, India during January 03-06, 2009.
  12. “Investigation at Metal/Si Surface and Interface”, Thesis Paper, Proc. DAE SSPS 2008.
  13. “Silicide formation in Cr/Si (100) system during annealing studied by GIXRD and AFM”, Proc. DAE SSPS 2007, 643.
  14. “Silicide formation in Cr/Si (100) system during annealing studied by GIXRD and AFM”, Proc. DAE SSPS 2007, 643.
  15. “Synthesis of nano-crystalline Zr-M (M = Ni, Co) bilayer films and their thermodynamics of hydrogen uptake by resistance measurement”, Proc. IHEC -2007 held at Istanbul during July 13 – 15, 2007.
  16. “Morphological and interfacial investigations at Ni/Si system”, Proc. ICMAT-2007 held at NUS, Singapore during July 1-6, 2007.
  17. “Structural and Morphological Investigation at Ni/Si System”, Proc. DAE Solid State Symposium-2006 pp. 529.
  18. “Electrical Properties of irradiated Fe/Si System”, Proc. DAE SSPS 2006, 775.
  19. “SHI induced irradiation effect on Mo/Si interface”, Proc. DAE SSPS 2006, 575.
  20. “Effect of annealing on the magnetic properties of Co/Si (100) System”, Proc. DAE SSPS 2005, 895
  21. “Fabrication, characterization and annealing of polymer-fullerene bulk heterojunction organic solar cells”; AIP Conference Proceedings, 2017 Nov 11-13, 2017, Saurashtra University Rajkot

Dr Pranav Saxena-

  1. “On the effects of couple stresses and magnetic field on the free convective flow”, International conference on “History and Development of Mathematics” (ICHDM), November 29-Decemebr 1, 2013; JECRC University, Jaipur
  2. “Effect of heavy scalar and gauge bosons in oblique corrections parameters and TGB vertices”, 91st  Indian Science Congress Association, NIRMA University, Ahmedabad (2004)
  3. “Oblique and vertex corrections observing some signature for superstring inspired extra U(1) model at TEV energies”, 90th Indian Science Congress Association, Panjab University, Chandigarh (2003).
  4. “On the low energy theorems for strongly interacting WL and ZIL in extra U(1) superstring inspired model”, 83rd session of Indian Science Congress Association, January 3-8, 1997,Delhi University, Delhi (India).
  5. “Test of delayed unitarity in e+e- --> W+W- with the use of TGB vertices in the Extra U(1) Superstring Inspired Model”, XV DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, held at Dept. of Physics, University of Jammu, Jammu, November 11-15, 2002
  6. “Effect on Delayed Unitarity In e+e- --> W+W- with the use of TGB Vertices in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model”, XV DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, held at Dept. of Physics, University of Jammu, Jammu, November 11-15, 2002
  7. “Various applications of W+-H-+Zi vertex in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model” XV DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, held at Dept. of Physics, University of Jammu, Jammu, November 11-15, 2002
  8. “Evaluation of EDM of W, e, µ, t and n using BPHZ renormalization scheme and QCD correction result”, XIV DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, held at University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 18-22 December 2000.
  9. “Ascertaining gauge and global SUSY breaking in extra U(1) superstring model using hybrid dimensional transmutation scenario”, XIV DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, held at University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, 18-22 December 2000.
  10. “Evaluation of the form-factors as contributions of triple Gauge Boson (TGB) vertices in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model - (I)” (Evaluation of C's and reduced Passarino-Veltman functions and the form-factors, XIII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26-30 December 1998, Panjab University, Chandigarh (India).
  11. “Evaluation of the form-factors as contributions of triple gauge boson vertices in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model (II)”, (Evaluation of C's and reduced Passarino–Veltman functions and the form-factors) , XIII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26-30 December, 1998, Panjab University, Chandigarh (India)
  12. “Unitarity bound and evaluation of Higgs Mass using No-Scale scenario in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model (I)”, XIII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26-30 December, 1998, Panjab University, Chandigarh (India)
  13. “Evaluation of anomalous magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model satisfying unitarity constraints (II)”, XIII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26-30 December, 1998, Panjab University, Chandigarh (India)
  14. “Contribution of triple gauge boson vertex to S, T, U parameters in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model”, XII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26th December 1996 to 1st January 1997, Gauhati University, Guwahati (India)
  15. “The unitarity bound and the mass limits on the top quark mass and the neutral higgs scalar in the extra U(1) superstring inspired model”,  XII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26th December 1996 to 1st January 1997, Gauhati University, Guwahati (India)
  16. “On the low energy theorems and unitarity limits in extra U(1) superstring inspired model”, XII DAE Symposium on High Energy Physics, 26th December 1996 to 1st January 997,Gauhati University, Guwahati (India)

Dr Nishant Gaur-

  1. “Elastic Waves of BCC Alloy”, conference on Recent Advances in Material Science and Technology, February 4-5, 2019, University of Rajasthan
  2. “Calculated second and third order elastic constants of binary alloys”, Conference on Materials for Energy Applications, December 6-8, 2018, SS Jain Subodh College, Jaipur
  3. “Evaluation of Elastic Constants of BCC Alloy”, Conference on “VI Rajasthan Science Congress”, October 13-15, 2018, Central university of Rajasthan, Ajmer.
  4. “Applications of Power Electronics Devices in Energy Saving, NESAM”, August 24, 2018, JECRC university, Jaipur

Dr Renu Sharma-

  1. “Design And Analysis Of High Efficiency For Space TWT Amplifiers”, 2nd National Conference on Communication & Networking ,Nccn- 09 on 06-07 March 2008 at SLIET (Sant Longowal Institute Of En gineering & Technology, Deemed University, Longowal, Punjab.
  2. “Design Of Space TWT Amplifiers For Improving Linearity And High Efficiency” on 09-11 April 2009 in ICE-FST’ at Laxmi devi Institute of Engineering & Technology, Alwar, Rajasthan.
  3. “Design for high efficiency space travelling wave tube”, National Conference on communication & Technology Space Travelling Wave Tube on 05-06 Nov. 2009 at Sri Vashno Devi University, Jammu.
  4. “The Issues For The Improvement Of Linearity in Space TWTs”, National Conference on Microwave devices NSMWD’09 on 12 Dec. 2009 at SEC, Sikar, Rajasthan
  5. “Improved non-linearity of Helix SWS for a high efficiency TWT”, National Conference on Microwave devices NCETT’10 on 19-20 Mar. 2010 at VNSIT, Bhopal, Madhayapradesh.(Sponsered by AICTE)
  6. “The Improvement Of Linearity in Space TWTs for C-Band”, National Conference on Electricity Crisis in Rajasthan ’10  on 12 Mar 2010 at BMIT, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  7. “Control Individuality of Ku-band 140W Space TWT”, International Conference on Research and Scientific Innovation Ahmedabad Management Association on 22 Dec.2013at IIM-A road, Ahmbadabad, Gujrat.
  8. “Design approach for high linearity of 140W Space TWT” International Conference on Research and Scientific Innovation Ahmedabad Management Association on 22 Dec.2017 at Ahmbadabad, Gujrat.
  9. “Analysis and design approach of 140W space TWTAs “In 88th Annual Session of Nation Academic of Sciences of India, Dec.6-8 2018 at M.G.Chotrakoot gramodaya vishvavidhyalaya, Chitrakoot Satna, M.P.
  10. "Design and experimental evaluation of helix TWT”, International Conference on Materials for Energy Applications, Dec.6-8 2018 at S.S.JAIN Subhodh P.G.College, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
  11. “Analysis and Design approach of Ku-Short space TWT”, In National Conference on Recent Advances in Material Science and Technology, Feb.4-5 2019 at Department of Physics, Rajasthan University, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
  12. “Improvement in Linearity of SpaceTWTs 140W Ku-Band with the Effects of Harmonics”, In 89 annual session of nation academic of sciences of India, Dec.21-23 2019 at NARM Hyderabad (Abstract Published).

Dr Aalok Pandya (Ex-Professor)

  1. “Curvature, Torsion and Geometry of  Serret-Frenet Formulae in Geometric Quantum Mechanics”,  International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology (ICGC-2019), IISER Mohali, 2019-12-11.
  2. “Grassmanian, CP(N), CP(Infinity) and : Symmetries of the Projective Hilbert Spaces”; International Conference on New Vistas in Pure and Applied Mathematics-2019, University of Rajasthan; and NIT Arunachal Pradesh, 2019-11-26.
  3. “Dark Energy, Background Independent Quantum Mechanics And The  Origin Of Cosmological Constant”, International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology (ICGC- 2007), IUCAA Pune, 2007-12-20.
  4. “CP(N) to CP (Infinity): Cohomology and Symmetries of Background Independent Quantum Mechanics”, International Conference on Recent Trends in Mathematics and Their Applications-2016, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 2016-07-11.
  5. “Metric of Quantum States: A Comprehensive Picture”, 23rd Conference of IAGRG (Indian Association of General Relativity and Gravitation) IAGRG, 2004-12-10.
  6. “Geometric Aspect of Radiation Quantization”, 86th Indian Science Congress, Chennai, 1999 (Young Scientist Award Session), Indian Science Congress 1999-01-05.
  7. “Current Research Development in Theoretical Physics”, ISITW-2012: International Scientific Instrument Technology Workshop-2012, ISITW Hsinchu, Taiwan, 2012-10-25
  8. “Loops, Loops Sequences and Loop Surfaces in Statistical Geodesics”, CRR 2009: International conference on “Frontiers of Interface between Statistics and Sciences, Hyderabad Central University, 2009-12-30.
  9. “Dark Energy: From Einstein to WMAP Experiments”, India-Japan Bilateral Conference: BICON-2015, Biyani Girls’ College, Jaipur, 2015-05-22
  10. “Introduction to Dark Energy”, INSPIRE Workshop, DST India; and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 2013-02-20
  11. “Cosmology Today”, IUCAA Workshop on Astronomy and Astrophysics, IUCAA (Pune) and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 2013-09-03
  12. “Open Problems in Astrophysics and Cosmology”, IUCAA Workshop on Astronomy and Astrophysics, IUCAA (Pune) and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 2013-09-04
  13. “Chemistry of the Ionosphere and the Upper Atmosphere”, DST Sponsored Workshop on Astrochemistry, Birla Planetarium, Jaipur, 2012-12-22
  14. “From Exobiology to Astrobiology: Cosmic and Chemical Origin of Life”, DST Sponsored Workshop on Astrochemistry, Birla Planetarium, Jaipur, 2012-12-23
  15. “Grand Unification: The Ultimate Reality”, DST Sponsored Workshop on Astronomy, Birla Planetarium, Jaipur, 2009-12-21
  16. “An Overview of Cosmology: A Journey into the Universe”, DST Sponsored Workshop on Astronomy, Birla Planetarium, Jaipur, 2009-12-20
  17. “Dark Energy, Vacuum and Cosmological Constant”, National Workshop on Astronomy, Birla Planetarium, Jaipur, 2012-05-23
  18. “Transit of Venus, 2012”, National Workshop on Astronomy, Birla Planetarium, Jaipur, 2012-05-24

PhD PROGRAMME

List of Research Scholar Awarded with PhD Degree:

#

Name of the Guide

Designation

Details of Scholars

Status

1

Prof. Aalok Pandya

Professor

Ms. Sunitha Bhaskar  (Reg. No: 1203004014)

Awarded (2018)

2

Dr. Chandan Joshi

Associate Professor

Ms. B.  Shobha  (Reg. No: 1403004020)

Awarded (2022)

List of Research Scholar Pursuing the PhD

#

Name of the Guide

Designation

Details of Scholars

Status

1

Dr. Shivani Agarwal

Associate Professor

Ms. Shashi  (Reg. No: 19PHD08N001)

Thesis Submitted

2

Dr. Pranav Saxena

Professor

Ms. Akanksha Gupta  (Reg. No: 19PHSN021)

In Progress

3

Dr. Pranav Saxena

Professor

Ms Kirti Sharma (Reg. No. 21PPHN001)

In Progress

4

Dr. Abhishek Sharma

Associate Professor

Ms. Sumitra Chaudhary (Reg. No. 21PHSN006)

In Progress

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

SEMINARS:

National Seminar on "World Meteorological Day" on March 23, 2022 in physical mode.
Two activities, namely Invited talks and Student's Poster Competition were conducted. In Student's Poster competition, around 48 students from different schools participated with their innovative illustrations on the issues "Biodiversity & Climate", Atmosphere & Aerosols" and "Climate Change- Impact and Responses".

INVITED TALKS:

Sr No Particulars Profile Photo
1 Prof. Gufran Beig
Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee Chair Professor, National Institute of Advanced Studies, IISc, Bangalore
Founder of Project SAFAR, IITM, Pune, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India

Title: “Air We Breathe–Science, Public Perception and Policy” on March 23, 2022
2 Sh. RS Sharma
Director & Scientist, Indian Meteorological Center-Jaipur, Ministry of Earth and Sciences, Govt. of India
TITLE: “Weather Forecast Tools & Techniques and Early Warning System in Jaipur” on March 23, 2022
3 Dr. Kanak Saha
Associate Professor (IUCAA), Pune, Talk on 07th March, 2017
4 Dr. Gulab Chand Dewangan
Professor (IUCAA), Pune, Talk on 06th March, 2017
5 Prof. Gufran Beig
Project Director of SAFAR, Talk on “Project SAFAR and Global Cooling”, 29th September, 2015
6 Prof. Robert Von Fay
University of Sheffield, UK, Talk on “Solar Flares and Solar Activities”, 3rd April, 2015
7 Prof. M. K. Pandit
Professor, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur; Talk on “Antartica: A Plethora of knowledge for Researchers”, March 12, 2013
8 Dr Lokesh Bharti
Visiting Scientist Max Planck Institute for Solar System Physics, Lindau, Talk on “Sun, Sun Spots & Solar Flares” May 15, 2013

WEBINARS:

Sr No Particulars Profile Photo
1 Prof. Natchimuthuk Gopalswamy
GSFC (NASA EXPERT)
International Webinar “What is Universe” on October 27, 2020
2 Dr. Rajib Kar
Scientific Officer, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai
National Webinar “Application of atmospheric pressure cold plasma in nuclear waste management and pathogenic destruction” on October 10, 2020
3 Dr. Punya Prasanna Paltani
Dean, (R&D), Dr. SPM International Institute of Information Technology, Naya Raipur
National Webinar on “From Basis Optics to Advance Technologies” on October 6, 2020
4 Prof. Bhuwan Joshi
Udaipur Solar Observatory, PRL, Ahmedabad
National Webinar “Magnetic explosions on the Sun and their interplanetary effects” on October 1, 2020

WORKSHOPS:

One day workshop on “Solar Astronomy” on 4th April, 2015.

Particulars Photo
Prof. Robert von Fay (Siebenburgen, University of Sheffield, UK)
Dr. Rihaana (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia)
Dr. Fedun (University of Sheffield, UK)

ACHIEVEMENTS

PROMINENT ALUMNI @ HIGHER STUDIES

Right from the starting of BSc (Hons) and MSc-Physics program, a continuous success has marked by our Undergraduate or PG students by securing the place either at abroad or at national level reputed universities for higher studies. Such achievements further signify the globally competent study structure as well as stamp the quality teaching and aids provided to the students. Such prominent alumni are:

Particulars Profile Photo
Mr. Sagar Sambhawani (BSc-2021)
Joined MS program at University of Cologne, GERMANY
Mr. Devasheesh Sharma (BSc-2021)
Joined MS program at University of Cologne, GERMANY
Mr Rahul Raj (BSc-2021)
Joined MSc- Physics at IIT Hyderabad
Mr. Aaryan Goyal (BSc-2020)
Joined MSc-Physics at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Ms. Akshita Bhatia (BSc-2020)
Joined MSc-Statistics at University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Mr Nitish Gupta (BSc-2020)
Joined MS program at University of Cologne, GERMANY
Mr Charchit Sethi (BSc-2020)
Joined MS program at University of Cologne, GERMANY
Mr Ritik (BSc-2020)
Joined MS program at University of Cologne, GERMANY
Ms. Simran Saggu (BSc-2020)
Joined MS program at St. Petersberg State University, RUSSIA
Mr. Chiranjeev Kumar Gupta (BSc-2018)
Joined MSc-Physics at JECRC University, Jaipur
Mr. Nimit Gupta (BSc-2018)
Joined MS program at Technical University, Munich, GERMANY
Mr. Harpreet Singh (BSc-2016)
Joined PhD program at Institute of Rural Management, Anand, Gujarat
Mr. Anshul Bhardwaj (MSc-2019)
Joined PhD program at IIT, Guwahati
INTERNSHIPS @ IAESTE

JECRC University is Local Chapter (LC) of IAESTE (International Association For Exchange of Students for Technical Experience) was established in 2014, for providing the opportunities across the world available to the students, who are keenly interested in learning and gaining the knowledge of new technologies and got the opportunities to connect themselves with the like-minded people. Under this facility, the following M.Sc.-Physics students got the successful chance for doing internship in premier institutes at abroad:

Particulars Profile Photo
Ms. Anshu Mehta (MSc–2016)
Internship at University of Oldenburg Hamburg, GERMANY
Mr. Lokesh Choudhary (MSc-2015)
Internship at Technische Universität Ilmenau, GERMANY
Ms. Neetu Choudhary (MSc-2015)
Internship at University of Luneburg, GERMANY
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Department focuses on developing research aptitude of the students and encourages them to undergo the opportunities offered by the various institutes / universities across the nation. During the internship, the interested students learn about new techniques / theory / technologies / experiments beyond their curriculum and able to publish the work as research article. Such achievements help them a lot in securing the opportunities for higher studies either at abroad or across the nation. Some are listed below:

Particulars Profile Photo
Mr Rahul Raj (BSc-2021)
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata
Mr Nitish Gupta (BSc-2020)
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata
Mr. Ritik (BSc–2020)
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata
Mr Charchit Sethi (BSc-2020)
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Kolkata
Mr. Harpreet Singh (BSc–2015)
NISER (Bhubaneswar), Institute of Physics (IoP), Bhubaneswar, Orissa
PROJECTS / SEMINARS

In the designing of curriculum of MSc, a separate course “Projects & Seminar” has been kept in a similar way to other professional programs. Department of Physics strongly mandates that the project should be carried out / done externally from other institutes / universities. Department recommends the students either on the basis of his/her performance in the last years or as per his/her choice specifically to some prestigious institutions. The exposures of expertise, advanced laboratories and techniques at prime institutions definitely inspire the students for pursuing the career in physics.
Some important projects done by MSc students at renowned institutions are listed below:-

Particulars Profile Photo
Mr. Love Sanwalia (MSc-2018)
Institution: ARIES - Aryabhatt Research Institute and Observational Sciences, DST, Govt of India, Nainital
Mr. Bibin Abraham (MSc-2018)
Institution: State Forensic Science Laboratory, Jaipur
Ms. Neha Googar (MSc-2016)
Institutions:
1. Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), ISRO, Govt. of India, Trivandrum
2. SAFAR - A Joint Project of UNICEF and IITM & Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India
Ms. Neha Sharma (MSc-2016)
Institution: A Joint Project of UNICEF and IITM & Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India
Ms SushmaChoudhary (MSc-2016)
Institutions
:
1. Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), ISRO Ahmedabad
2. Atomic Minerals Directorate (AMD), DAE Govt. of India
Ms. Anshu Mehta (MSc-2016)
Institution
: Atomic Minerals Directorate (AMD) DAE, Govt. of India
Mr. Dheeraj Jangir (MSc – 2015)
Institution
: B M Birla Planetarium, Jaipur

QUALIFIERS

NATIONAL LEVEL ACADEMIC EXAMS QUALIFIERS

Beyond the curricular teaching, department also motivates and guides the interested students appearing for national level academic exams like JAM/JEST or entrance test for TIFR/BARC/IISC/Central Universities. Students are continuous monitored and have freedom to discuss or to clear the doubts with the faculty members.

JAM QUALIFIERS
  1. Mr Rahul Raj (BSc - 2021)
  2. Mr Aryan Goyal (BSc - 2020)
  3. Mr Deepanshu Saxena (BSc - 2017)
  4. Mr Arvind Suthar (BSc - 2017)
  5. Mr Harpreet Singh (BSc - 2016)
  6. Mr Sunil Sanwariya (BSc - 2015)
JEST/NGPE QUALIFIER
  1. Mr Aryan Goyal (BSc-2020)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES / OFFERS

# Alumnus Name Organization Designation Placement Year
1 Santushty Jain TALENTPLOYER Management Trainee 2022
2 Tushar Rathor WIPRO WILP Trainee 2022
3 Sushil Bhatt WIPRO WILP Trainee 2021
4 Divyansh Mathur SERVER WALA SEO Executive 2021
5 Sunil Sanwariya Bank of India Bank Officer 2021
6 Vikas Yadav Delhi Development Authority Jr. Secretariat Assistant 2018
7 Kartik Saini ICICI Securities Sr Relationship Manager 2017
8 Aaditya Tank Air India Express Cabin Crew 2017
9 Ripudaman Chouhan ICICI Prudential Financial Service Consultant 2017
10 Deepak Dhuwa TATA Consultancies; Graduate Trainee 2016