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It pioneered modern physics research in the state. The Institute of Physics was conceived from the core the department. The department played a pivotal role in the establishment of Orissa Physical Society for Modernizing Physics Education in the State. The only computer, an IBM 1130 gifted by the UGC in fact marked the beginning of Computer age in the State. A large number of institutes and industries were the users of this facility in those days. Subsequently the department initiated the PG DCA programme, which emerged as a full-fledged department of Master in Computer Science and Applications with its own independent infrastructure. Reaching out to the peripheral sectors, our department was a nodal point for the NCERT 'CLASS' project for schools for about a decade. The department has hosted several national and international conferences/symposia and workshops. In addition, we have conducted several schools and awareness programmes. We contributed to the faculty improvement programme for colleges and other universities through several refresher courses.

The programmes currently offered are M.Sc, M.Phil and Ph.D. Two special papers, Condensed Matter physics and Particle Physics are offered at M.Sc. level.

The department is recognized by UGC under its DRS and BSR programmes, and DST under FIST, PURSE and INSPIRE programmes. It is also recognized by the Govt. of Odisha as a Centre of Excellence.

Research in the frontier areas has resulted into 60 Ph.Ds and about 500 research publications in International Journals. Many of the research papers have more than 100 citations.

Grants to the department, which includes individual research projects and departmental projects amount to about 2.62 crore during the last five years.

Faculty members have established collaboration with Renowned Institutions abroad and in the country. They have won awards and recognitions at the national and international level. Have been members of many committees and chaired such committees. Our faculty members have given many invited and plenary talks, and chaired sessions in many national and international conferences and also organized many such conferences.

There is an active Alumni Association in the department since 1988. Our Alumni are in the Faculty/research staffs of International Institutions like SLAC, ANA, CERN, KEK, GEC, IBM, Max Planck Institute and many other International institutions. They are occupying faculty positions in many universities, colleges and institutes in the country. They are recognized nationally and internationally as Hottest Researcher of the world in 2007, bagged Marie Curie Fellowship, K.S. Krishnan fellowship, INSA young associateship, Best Ph.D. thesis Award, two Bhatnagar Awardees, USA Presidents' award, have been Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences, and are presently occupying faculty positions at many prestigious institutes including TIFR, BARC, IITs and IBM.

1. SERB Interaction Meeting On "Developments In Atmospheric Pressure Non-Thermal Plasmas & Their Applications", Utkal University, 1-3 December 2016.

 

2.Workshop on "Awareness Generation on Intellectual Property Rights", 28.10.2016, Utkal University, Physics Department.

 

3. VaniVihar Physics Alumni Meet 2016 and Alumni sponsored conference on Physics at ALICE, LHC 23.10.2016, Physics Department, Utkal University.

 

4. UGC-DRS National Seminar on "Recent Trends in Physics 2016" 12.03.2016, Physics Department, Utkal University.

 

5. UGC-DRS National Seminar on International Year of Light 2015 15.11.2015, Physics Department, Utkal University.

 

6. Einstein Lecture Series, Jointly organised by ICTS-TIFR and Physics Department, Utkal University, 14.11.2015, Public Lecture by Prof. Bala Iyer on "Einstein's General Relativity: From Insight to Inspiration".

 

7. Skill development Workshop on Instrumentation and repairing of basic instruments 17-18, November 2015, Physics Department, Utkal University.

 

8. Skill development Workshop on Computational Methods and applications in Physics 5-6, November 2015, Physics Department, Utkal University.

 

9. UGC-DRS National Seminar on"100 years of General Theory of Relativity" 10-11 March,2015 Physics Department, Utkal University.

 

10. "Recent Developments in Field Theory 2015" ,July 17-19, 2015, Jointly organised by IOP, Utkal University, IISER, Kolkata, NISER, IIT Bhubaneswar.

 

11. "COSMOASTRO 2015", 30 October-5 Novemeber 2015, Jointly organised by IOP, Utkal University.

Vision:

Department of Physics, Utkal University will take the leadership  in setting the standard of Physics Education in terms of Teaching and Research in the State and in the Country. We are committed to create and sustain the conditions for our students to experience a unique educational training that is intellectually, socially and personally transformative.

Mission:

  1. 1. To make quality education accessible to talented boys and girls.
  2. 2. Strive to maintain high academic standard in teaching and research.
  3. 3. Reach out to the peripheral sectors and public at large in spreading the culture of scientific

  education and research.

Name : Swapna Mahapatra
Designation : Professor & HEAD
Qualification : M. Sc. (Physics), Ph.D. (High Energy Physics)
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Name : Ramakanta Naik
Designation : DST-INSPIRE Faculty
Qualification : M.Sc. (Physics), Ph.D.
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Name : Pramoda Kumar Samal
Designation : Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D
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Name : Bhagaban Kisan
Designation : Lecturer
Qualification : M.Tech, IIT Kharagpur, Ph.D Continue
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Name : Shesansu Sekhar Pal
Designation : Reader
Qualification : M.Sc. [Physics], Ph.D.[IoPB], Post-doc[Weizmann Inst.,ISRAEL; SINP, Kolkata; CQUeST(Sogang Univ.), South Korea]
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Name : Prafulla Kumar Panda
Designation : Reader
Qualification : Ph. D
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Name : Jagadish Kumar
Designation : Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph. D
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  • The Department offers Post Graduation,  Phil. and  Ph.D. courses.
  • There are 30 + 30  seats (it has been enhanced to 32 seats in M.Sc. from the academic section 2016-17) in M.Sc. 1st year and 2nd Year; 10 seats in M.Phil. and the   number of Ph.D. students varies from year to year with a maximum intake of 10 students.    
  • Two special papers are offered in M.Sc. final year:  i) Advanced Particle Physics  ii) Advanced Condensed Matter 
  • Sc. examinations are based on semester and Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) having mid and end semester examinations with 30% and 70% weightages respectively.
  • Phil. and Ph.D. examinations are also based on semester system. Ph.D. course  work  is for one semester  with one elective paper and papers on IT & Research Methodology, Experiments on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Condensed Matter Physics and a Seminar presentation

(a)     The syllabus under CBCS has been developed and following Courses are offered for other Department (Mathematics, Chemistry, Bio-technology) students :

  • Computational Methods
  • Basic Electronics
  • Basic Quantum Mechanics
  • Basic Solid State Physics

(b)     The students of Physics department have been given the choice to opt for courses offered by other departments.

M.Sc. Courses

FIRST SEMESTER

 A: Core Compulsory Papers  

Theory                                                     Credit Point              Teaching Hours     Marks

PHY101: Classical Mechanics                       6                          60-65                        100

PHY102: Mathematical Methods in Physics 6                          60-65                        100

PHY103: Quantum Mechanics-I                    6                          60-65                       100

 

Practical                                                

PHY104: Modern Physics and Optics/            10                     150-180                     100

    Computational Methods in Physics   

 

SECOND SEMESTER

Theory                                                                    Credit Point            Teaching Hours    Marks                      

PHY201: Quantum Mechanics-II                                          6                           60-65          100

PHY202: Statistical Mechanics                                              6                           60-65           100

PHY203: Basic Condensed Matter Physics                           6                           60-65          100

 

Practical                                               

PHY204: Modern Physics and Optics/                                   10                    150-180          100

                Computational Methods in Physics

    

THIRD SEMESTER

        Credit Point           Teaching Hours     Marks

PHY301: Advance Quantum Mechanics                                 6                        60-65           100

PHY302: Basic Electronics (D: Free Elective Paper)               6                        60-65           100

PHY303 a/b/c/d    (B: Core Elective Papers-Theory)               6                        60-65           100

 

PHY304: Electronics (Practical)                                               10                      150-180       100

PHY305: Dissertation/Project:                                                 8                                            200

Topics include:

(i) General Theory of Relativity, (ii) Cosmology, (iii) Astroparticle Physics, (iv) High Energy Physics, (v) Nano Science and Nano Technology, (vi) Materials Science, (vii) Nuclear Matter, (viii) Black Hole Physics,(ix)Accelerators Physics, (x) Data Analysis and Computational Simulation.

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

                                                                                    Credit Point     Teaching Hours       Marks

PHY401: Basic Nuclear and Particle Physic                            6                         60-65          100

PHY402: Classical Electrodynamics                                         6                        60-65          100

PHY403 a/b/c/d    (B: Core Elective Papers-Theory)                6                        60-65         100

PHY404 a/b/c    (B: Core Elective Papers-Practical)               10                       150-180       100

B: Core Elective Papers 

Theory                                                                                Credit Point Teaching Hours Marks

PHY303a: Advance Particle Physics and Field Theory-I (3rd Sem) 6                60-65         100

PHY303b: Advance Condensed Matter Physics- I   (3rd Sem)         6                60-65       100

PHY303c: Advance Nuclear Physics -I    (3rd Sem)                         6                60-65         100

PHY303d:  Electronics & Instrumentation-I   (3rd Sem)                   6                60-65         100

 PHY403a: Advance Particle Physics and Field Theory-II (4th Sem)6               60-65          100          

PHY403b:  Advance Condensed Matter Physics –II   (4th Sem)      6               60-65         100

PHY403c:  Advance Nuclear Physics -II   (4th Sem)                        6                60-65         100

PHY403d:  Electronics & Instrumentation -II    (4th Sem)               6                60-65         100

Practical                                                                

PHY404a: Particle and Nuclear Physics (4th Sem)                            10              150-180     100

PHY404b: Condensed Matter Physics (4th Sem)                              10              150-180     100

PHY404c:  Electronics & Instrumentation (4th Sem)                        10              150-180     100

C: Allied Elective Papers                              

Theory                                                                                Credit Point  Teaching Hours Marks             

PHY103 Quantum Mechanics-I                                                       6                60-65         100

PHY104:  Computational Methods in Physics                                 6                60-65         100

PHY203: Basic Condensed Matter Physics                                      6                60-65         100

PHY303a:  Advance Particle Physics and Field Theory-I                6                60-65         100

PHY303b: Advance Condensed Matter Physics- I

 

D: Free Elective Paper                  

Theory                                                                                Credit Point  Teaching Hours Marks             

PHY304: Basic Electronics (3rd Sem)                                               6                60 -65         100

 

* The Core Compulsory Papers   given in “A” are compulsory for all the M.Sc. (Physics) students.

* M.Sc. (Physics) students have to choose one theory paper out of the core elective papers (Special Papers) in “B” during their 3rd Semester. They have to choose one theory and one practical paper out of the core elective papers (Special Papers) in “B” during their 4th Semester.

* M.Sc. (Physics) students have to choose one dissertation/project topic in 3rd Semester.

* Allied Elective Papers as given in ‘C’ can be chosen by M.Sc. students of Physics Department as well as allied departments.

* The free elective paper given in “D” can be perused by the M.Sc. Physics students in 3rd Semester. Any other department students can also choose this paper.

* Add on course for final year M.Sc. students have been introduced from the academic session 2016-17.

             Mark and Credit Distributions

      Semester                 Credit                Marks

                                                     1st                                28                     400

                                                     2nd                                           28                     400

                                                     3rd                                             36                    600

                                                     4th                                            28                      400

                     Total                                                          120                    1800

 

M.Sc. Physics Syllabus (Utkal University)

FIRST SEMESTER 

PHY101

                                Classical Mechanics                                         Full Mark-100                                                        

Unit- I- 34 Marks

            Mechanics of a System of Particles, Lagrangian Formulation, Velocity-Dependent Potentials and Dissipation Function, Conservation Theorems and Symmetry Properties, Homogeneity and Isotropy of Space and Conservation of Linear and Angular Momentum, Homogeneity of Time and Conservation of Energy.

Hamiltonian Formulation:

Calculus of Variations and Euler-Lagrange’s Equation, Brachistochrone Problem, Hamilton’s Principle, Extension of Hamilton’s Principle to Nonholonomic Systems, Legendre Transformation and the Hamilton Equations of Motion, Physical Significance of Hamiltonian, Derivation of Hamilton’s Equations of Motion from a Variational Principle,  Routh’s Procedure,  D-Variation,  Principle of Least Action

Unit- II- 32 Marks

Cononical Transformations:

 Canonical Transformation, Types of Generating Function, Conditions for Canonical Transformation, Integral Invariance of Poincare, Poisson Bracket,  Poisson’s Theorem, Lagrange Bracket, Poisson and Lagrange Brackets as Canonical Invariant, Infinitesimal Canonical Transformation and Conservation Theorems, Liouville’s Theorem.

Hamilton Jacobi Theory:

Hamilton-Jacobi Equation for Hamilton’s Principal Function, Harmonic Oscillator and Kepler problem by Hamilton-Jacobi Method, Action-Angle Variables for completely Separable System, Kepler Problem in Action-Angle Variables, Geometrical Optics and Wave Mechanism

Unit- III- 34 Marks

Small Oscillation:

Problem of Small Oscillations, Example of Two coupled Oscillator, General Theory of Small Oscillations, Normal Coordinates and Normal Modes of Vibration, Free Vibrations of a Linear Triatomic Molecule.

Rigid Body Motion: The Independent of Co-ordinates of a Rigid Body, Orthogonal Transformations. The Euler’s angles. The Cayley-Klein parameters; Euler’s Theorems on the Motion of a Rigid body,   Infinitesimal Rotations, Rate of Change of a Vector, The Coriolis Force.

Rigid Body Dynamics:

            Angular Momentum and Kinetic Energy of Motion about a Point.  The Inertia Tensor and Moment of Inertia, Eigenvalues of Inertial Tensor and the Principal Axis Transformation. The Euler Equations of Motion, Torque-free motion of a rigid body. The Heavy Symmetrical Top with One Point Fixed. Elementary Idea about Nonlinearity and Chaos.

Books :

Text : Classical Mechanics – H. Goldstein

Ref :  Mechanics – Landau and Liftshitz

          Analytical Mechanics, L. Hand and J. Finch

          Classical Mechanics – Corben & Stehle

          Classical Dynamics – Marion & Thornton

PHY102

                        Mathematical Methods in Physics                 Full Mark-100                                              

Unit-I- 34 Marks

Complex Variables:

                       Cauchy's Integral Theorem, Cauchy's integral formula, Calculus of Residues, Cauchy's residue theorem, Evaluation of definite integrals.

 Tensor Analysis and Differential geometry:

       Cartesian tensors in three-space, Curves in three space and Frenet formula, General Tensor Analysis, Covariant derivative and Christoffel symbol.

Unit II – 34 Marks

Special Functions :

Solutions of Bessel, Laguerre, Hypergeometric and Confluent Hypergeometric Equations by generating function method and their properties.

Solutions of inhomogeneous Partial Differential Equations by Green’s function method.

Unit III – 32 Marks

Groups and Group Representations:

                        Definition of groups, Finite groups, examples from Solid State Physics, Sub-groups and classes, Group Representations, Characters, Infinite groups and Lie groups, Irreducible representation of SU(2), SU(3) and O(3).

Text Books :

Text : Mathematical Methods of Physics – J. Mathews & R. L. Walker;

          Mathematics for Physicists – Dennery & Krzywicki;

          Mathematical Methods for Physics – Arfken and Weber;

          Group Theory – M. Hamermesh

        Reference:

Methods of Theoretical Physics, Morse and Feshbach Vol-I, Vol-II.

PHY103

                                       Quantum Mechanics – I                              100 Marks

Unit-I-32 Marks

General Principles of Q.M.

Linear Vector Space Formulation : Linear Vector Space (LVS) and its generality, Vectors – scalar product, metric space, basis vectors, linear independence, linear superposition of general quantum states, orthonormality of basis vector, completeness, Schmidt’s orthonormalisation procedure, Dual space, Bra and Ket vectors.

Operators – linear, Adjoint, hermitian, unitary, inverse, antilinear operators, Noncommutativity and uncertainty relation, complete set of compatible operators, Simultaneous Measurement, Projection operator, Eigenvalues and eigen vectors of linear, hermitian, unitary operators, Matrix representation of vectors and operators, matrix elements, eigenvalue equation and expectation values, algebraic result on eigenvalues, transformation of basis vectors, similarity transformation of vector and operator representation, diagonalisation.

Vectors of LVS and wave function in coordinate, momentum and energy representations.

Quantum Dynamics:

            Time evolution of quantum states, Time evolution operator and its properties, Schrodinger picture, Heisenberg picture, Interaction picture, Equations of motion, Operator method solution of 1D Harmonic oscillator, Matrix representation and time evolution of creation and annihilation operators, Density matrix.

Unit-II-34 Marks

Rotation and Orbital Angular Momentum:

            Rotation Matrix, Angular momentum operators as the generators of rotation, Lx, Ly, Lz and L2 and their commutator relations, Raising and lowering operators. (L+ and L-). Lx, Ly, Lz and L2 in spherical polar coordinates, Eigen values and Eigen functions of Lz, L2 (OP method) spherical harmonics, Matrix representation of  L+,  L- and L2.

Spin Angular Momentum:

            Spin  particles, pauli spin matrices and their properties Eigenvalues and Eigen functions, Spinor transformation under rotation.

Addition of angular momentum :

            Total angular momentum J. Eigen value problem of Jz and J2, Angular momentum matrices. Addition of angular momenta and C.G. co-efficients, Angular momentum states for composite systems in the angular momenta (1/2, 1/2) and (1, 1/2)  

Unit – III – 34 Marks

Motion in Spherically symmetric Field :

            Hydrogen atom, Reduction to equivalent one body problem, Radial equation, Energy eigen values and eigen functions, degeneracy, radial probability distribution. Free particle problem incoming and outgoing spherical waves, expansion of plane waves in terms of spherical waves, Bound states of a 3-D square well, particle in a sphere.

Text Books :

Quantum Physics – S.Gasiorowicz

Quantum Mechanics- L-I Schiff/ J.Sukurai/ E.Merzbacher/ A.Messiah, Vol.I

Advanced Quantum Mechanics – P.Roman

Quantum Mechanics –R. Shankar

Quantum Mechanics –A. Ghatak and S. Lokanathan

Quantum Mechanics – S. N. Biswas

Ref. Books:

Quantum Mechanics – A. Das

Elementary Theory of Angular Momentum – M.E. Rose  

Principles of Quantum Mechanics – P. A. M. Dirac

Quantum Mechanics (Non-relativistic theory) – L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz

PHY104

Computational Methods in Physics                   Full Marks -100

(Practical Paper)

Introduction to computer hardware and software, introduction to storage in computer memory, stored programme concepts, storage mediacomputer operating system, LINUX

commands;

Programming with FORTAN:

            Programme solving on computers – algorithm and flow charts in FORTAN 77 data types, expressions and statements, input/output commands, sub programmes,

Exercises for acquaintance:

  1. To find the largest or smallest of a given set of numbers
  2. To generate and print first hundred prime numbers
  3. Sum of an AP series, GP series, Sine series, Cosine series
  4. Factorial of a number
  5. Transpose a square matrix
  6. Matrix multiplication, addition
  7. Evaluation of log and exponentials
  8. Solution of quadratic equation
  9. Division of two complex numbers
  10. To find the sum of the digits of a number

Numerical Analysis :

  1. Interpolation by Lagrange method
  2. Numerical solution of simple algebraic equation by Newton- Raphson method
  3. Least Square fit using rational functions
  4. Numerical integration : Trapezoidal method, Simpons method, Romberg integration, Gauss quadrature method
  5. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a matrix
  6. Solution of linear homogeneous equations
  7. Trace of a matrix
  8. Matrix inversion.
  9. Solution of ordinary differential equation by Runge-Kutta Method
  10. Introductory Monte Carlo techniques

Books:

  1. Fortran 77 and Numerical methods – C. Xavier
  2. S. Grover – Programming and Computing with FORTRAN 77/90

(Allied Publishers 1992)

  1. Rajaraman – Elements of Parallel Processing (Printice Hall, 1990)
  2. Rajaraman -- Fundamentals of Computers (Printice Hall, India)
  3. N. Reddy & C.A. Ziegler _ FORTRAN 77 (jaico Book, 1989)
  4. Wolfram- Mathematica Book
  5. H. Press et.al – Numerical Recipe
  6. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods- R.S.Salaria

PHY204

                                                Modern Physics and Optics                Full Mark-100

(Practical Paper)

  1. Michelson Interferometer
  2. Fabry-Perot Interferometers
  3. Measurement of Rydberg constant
  4. Babinet’s compensator
  5. Constant deviation spectroscope
  6. e/m measurement byBraun tube
  7. e/m measurement by Magnetron Valve Method
  8. e/m measurement by Thomson Method
  9. Magnetic field measurement by search coil
  10. Ferroelectric transmission point by Dielectric Constant Measurement
  11. Rectification by junction Diode using various filters
  12. Characteristics of a Transistor
  13. Dielectric constant of solid (wax) by Lecher Wire
  14. Verification of Richardson’s T3/2 low
  15. Determination of Planck’s constant by total Radiation Method
  16. Determination of Planck’s constant by Reverse Photoelectric effect method
  17. Hysteresis loop tracer
  18. Determination of ‘e’ by Millikan’s oil drop experiment
  19. Measurement of attenuation and phase shift of A.C. in L.C.R. net work
  20. RF characteristics of coil
  21. Study of power supply
  22. Calibration of an oscilloscope
  23. Stefan’s constant measurement
  24. Existence of discrete energy level by Frank Hertz experiment.

SECOND SEMESTER

PHY201

                                                    Quantum Mechanics – II              Full Marks –100

Unit-I- 34 Marks

Approximation Methods for Stationary States:

 Rayleigh Schrodinger Method for Time-Independent Non-Degenerate Perturbation Theory, First and Second Order Correction, Perturbed Harmonic Oscillator, Anharmonic Oscillator, The Stark Effect, Quadratic Stark Effect and Polarizability of Hydrogen atom, Degenerate Perturbation Theory, Removal of Degeneracy, Parity Selection Rule, Linear Stark Effect of Hydrogen atom, Spin-Orbit Coupling, Relativistic Correction, Fine Structure of Hydrogen like Atom, Normal and Anomalus Zeeman Effect,  The Strong-Field Zeeman Effect, The Weak-Field Zeeman Effect and Lande’s g-factor.

Variational Methods:

Ground State, First Excited State and Second Excited State of One-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator, Ground State of H-atom and  He-atom, Hydrogen molecule, Hydrogen molecule ion, Rotational and Vibrational Degrees of Freedom.

UNIT II 34 Marks

WKB Approximation Method:

 General Formalism, Validity of WKB Approximation Method, Connection Formulas, Bohr Sommerfeld Quantization Rule, Application to Harmonic Oscillator,  Bound States for Potential Wells with One Rigid Wall and Two Rigid Walls, Tunneling Through a Potential Barrier, Cold Emission, Alpha Decay and Geiger-Nuttal relation. 

Time Dependant Perturbation Theory:

            Transition Probability, Constant and Harmonic Perturbation, Fermi’s Golden Rule, and Electric Dipole Radiation and Selection rules. Spontaneous Emission Einstein’s A, B-Co-efficient, Basic Principles of Laser and Maser.

UNIT III 32 Marks

Scattering Theory:

 Scattering Amplitude and Cross Section. Born Approximation. Application to Coulomb and Screened Coulomb Potential,. Partial Wave Analysis for Elastic and Inelastic Scattering, Effective Range and Scattering Length, Optical Theorem, Black Disc-Scattering, Hard-Sphere Scattering, Resonance Scattering from a Square Well Potential.

Text Books:

Quantum Physics - S. Gasiorowicz.

Quantum Mechanics- N. Zettili

Quantum Mechanics - R. Shankar

Quantum Mechanics - A. K. Ghatak and S. Lokanathan

Quantum Mechanics- A. Das

Reference Books :

Quantum Mechanics- E. Merzbacher

Quantum Mechanics - S. N. Biswas

Quantum Mechanics - L.I. Schiff

Quantum Mechanics vol I -  A.Messiah

Principles of Quantum Mechanics -  P. A. M. Dirac

Quantum Mechanics (Non-relativistic theory) - Landau and Lifshitz

Modern Quantum Mechanics - J. J. Sakurai

Advanced Quantum Mechanics – P. Roman

Elementary Theoryof Angular Momentum -  M.E. Rose

PHY202

                                                      Statistical Physics                 Full Marks – 100

Unit-I-32 Marks

Classical Statistical Mechanics:

            Postulate of classical statistical mechanics, Liouville’s theorem, micro canonical ensemble, Derivation of thermodynamics, equipartition theorem, classical ideal gas, Gibb’s Paradox.

            Canonical ensemble and energy fluctuation, grand canonical ensemble and density fluctuation, Equivalence of canonical and grand canonical ensemble.                                                  

Unit-II-34 Marks

Quantum Statistical Mechanics:

            The density matrix, ensembles in quantum statistical mechanics; Ideal gas in micro-canonical and grand canonical ensembles; Equation of state for ideal Fermi gas, Theory of white dwarf stars. Ideal Bose Gas, Photons and Planck’s law, Phonons, Bose-Einstein condensation.                                          

Unit-III-34 Marks

Phase Transition:

            Thermodynamic description of phase transitions, phase transitions of second kind, Discontinuity of specific heat, change in symmetry in a phase transition of second kind. Ising model : Definition of Ising model, One Dimensional Ising model.

Text Book: Statistical Mechanics – K. Huang

                    Statistical Mechanics – R. K. Pathria              

Reference Books:

            Elementary Statistical Physics – C. Kittel

            Statistical Mechanics – F. Mohling

            Statistical Mechanics – Landau and Lifsitz

            Physics Transitions & Critical Phenomena – H.E. Stanly

            Thermal Physics – C. Kittel

            Fundamentals of Statistical & Thermal Physics – F. Reif

PHY203

                                    Basic Condensed Matter Physics                Full Marks – 100

Unit-I-32 Marks

Crystal binding :

               Crystal of inert gases, ionic crystals, covalent crystals, Metallic binding, and hydrogen bounded crystals.

Phonons and lattice vibration:

               Vibrations of monatomic and diatomic lattices, dispersion, relation, optic and acoustic modes, Quantum of lattice vibration and phonon, phonon momentum, inelastic scattering of neutrons and photons by phonons.

Thermal Properties of insulators:

               Lattice heat capacity, Debye & Einstein model, Anharmonic crystal interactions, thermal conductivity and thermal expansion.  

Unit II-34 Marks

Free Electron Fermi Gas :

            Density of state in one dimension, effect of temperature on Fermi-Dirac distribution, Free electron gas in three dimensions, Heat capacity of electron gas, Electrical and thermal conductivity of metals.

Band theory:

            Electrons in periodic potential, Bloch’s theorem, Kronig Penney model, origin of band gap.

                                                   Unit-III-34 Marks

Semiconductors:

            Intrinsic and impurity semiconductors, band gap, law of mass action, intrinsic carrier concentration, mobility in the intrinsic region, p-n junction rectification.

Superconductivity:

            Experimental survey, Meissner effect, Type-I and Type-II superconductors, thermodynamics of superconductors, London’s theory, Josephson effect, Basic concepts of cooper pairing in BCS theory.

Textbooks:

Introduction to Solid State Physics - C. Kittel

Solid State Physics - Ashcroft and Mermin

Principles of Condensed Matter Physics - P. M. Chaikin and T. C. Lubensky

Reference books:

Solid State Physics- A.J. Dekker

Quantum Theory Solid State - J. Callaway

Solid State Physics – O.E. Animaler

PHY204

                             Modern Physics and Optics                       Full Mark-100

(Practical Paper)

  1. Michelson Interferometer
  2. Fabry-Perot Interferometers
  3. Measurement of Rydberg constant
  4. Babinet’s compensator
  5. Constant deviation spectroscope
  6. e/m measurement byBraun tube
  7. e/m measurement by Magnetron Valve Method
  8. e/m measurement by Thomson Method
  9. Magnetic field measurement by search coil
  10. Ferroelectric transmission point by Dielectric Constant Measurement
  11. Rectification by junction Diode using various filters
  12. Characteristics of a Transistor
  13. Dielectric constant of solid (wax) by Lecher Wire
  14. Verification of Richardson’s T3/2 low
  15. Determination of Planck’s constant by total Radiation Method
  16. Determination of Planck’s constant by Reverse Photoelectric effect method
  17. Hysteresis loop tracer
  18. Determination of ‘e’ by Millikan’s oil drop experiment
  19. Measurement of attenuation and phase shift of A.C. in L.C.R. net work
  20. RF characteristics of coil
  21. Study of power supply
  22. Calibration of an oscilloscope
  23. Stefan’s constant measurement
  24. Existence of discrete energy level by Frank Hertz experiment.

 PHY104

Computational  Methods in Physics             Full Marks -100

(Practical Paper)

Introduction to computer hardware and software, introduction to storage in computer memory, stored programme concepts, storage mediacomputer operating system, LINUX

commands;

Programming with FORTAN:

            Programme solving on computers – algorithm and flow charts in FORTAN 77 data types, expressions and statements, input/output commands, sub programmes,

Exercises for acquaintance:

  1. To find the largest or smallest of a given set of numbers
  2. To generate and print first hundred prime numbers
  3. Sum of an AP series, GP series, Sine series, Cosine series
  4. Factorial of a number
  5. Transpose a square matrix
  6. Matrix multiplication, addition
  7. Evaluation of log and exponentials
  8. Solution of quadratic equation
  9. Division of two complex numbers
  10. To find the sum of the digits of a number

Numerical Analysis :

  1. Interpolation by Lagrange method
  2. Numerical solution of simple algebraic equation by Newton- Raphson method
  3. Least Square fit using rational functions
  4. Numerical integration : Trapezoidal method, Simpons method, Romberg integration, Gauss quadrature method
  5. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a matrix
  6. Solution of linear homogeneous equations
  7. Trace of a matrix
  8. Matrix inversion.
  9. Solution of ordinary differential equation by Runge-Kutta Method
  10. Introductory Monte Carlo techniques

Books:

      1.Fortran 77 and Numerical methods – C. Xavier

2.P.S. Grover – Programming and Computing with FORTRAN 77/90

(Allied Publishers 1992)

3.V. Rajaraman – Elements of Parallel Processing (Printice Hall, 1990)

4.V. Rajaraman -- Fundamentals of Computers (Printice Hall, India)

5.R.N. Reddy & C.A. Ziegler _ FORTRAN 77 (Jaico Book, 1989)

6.Wolfram- Mathematica Book

7.W.H. Press et.al – Numerical Recipe

  1. Computer Oriented Numerical Methods-R.S.Salaria

THIRD SEMESTER

PHY301

                                Advanced Quantum Mechanics:              Full Marks – 100

Unit-I- 34 Mark

Relativistic Quantum Mechanics:

Klein-Gordon equation and its drawbacks, Dirac equation, Properties of Dirac matrices, Non-relativistic reduction of Dirac equation, magnetic moment, Darwins term, Spin-Orbit coupling, Poincare transformation, Lorentz group, Covariant form of Dirac equation, Bilinear covariants, Gordon decomposition.

Unit-II –34 Marks

Free particle solution of Dirac equation, Projection operators for energy and spin, Physical interpretation of free particle solution, Zitterbewegung, Hole theory, Charge conjugation, space reflection and time reversal symmetries of Dirac equation. Continuous systems and fields. Transition from discrete to continuous systems, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formulations, Noether’s theorem. 

Unit-III -32 Marks

Quantization of free fields:

               Second quantization, Equal Time Commutators, Normal Ordering, covariant

quantization of electromagnetic field, Quantization of scalar, e.m, and Dirac fields, Propagators for scalar, spinor and vector fields

Textbooks:

Advanced Quantum Mechanics - J.J. Sakurai

Relativistic Quantum Mechanics - J.D. Bjorken and S.D. Drell

Relativistic Quantum Fields - J.D. Bjorken and S.D. Drell

Quantum Field Theory - F. Mandl and G. Shaw

Reference books:

Quantum Field Theory - C. Itzykson and J. Zuber

Quantum Field Theory - M. E. Peskin and D. V. Schroeder

Quantum Field Theory - L. H .Ryder

Quantum Field Theory - S. Weinberg

PHY302

                                                Electronics Practical                           Full Marks - 100

  1. Setting of a transistor amplifier and determination of the amplification factor at various

     frequencies

  1. Frequency response of transister amplifier with the without feedback
  2. Characterstics of Harteley oscillator
  3. Determination of different parameters of transistor
  4. Study of multivibrator – Astable
  5. Study of multivibrator – Bistable
  6. Study of multivibrator – Monostable
  7. VSWR’ in a microwave transmission line
  8. Study of squarewave response of R.C. Network
  9. Modulation of detection
  10. Lock-in-amplifier
  11. Design of operational amplifier circuit
  12. Design of a field-effect transistor crystal oscillator
  13. Study of different gates
  14. Study of digital voltmeter and frequency counter.

PHY303a

                  Advance Particle Physics and Field Theory-I        Full mark-100

Unit- I – 32 Marks

            Two nucleon state vectors, Isospin, Strangeness and Hypercharge, Lepton and Baryon number conservation, Yukawa's theory, Neutrinos, Parity, Parity conservation and nonconservation, Time reversal, Consequences of time reversal invariance, Charge conjugation, G-parity, Statement of CPT theorem and its consequences, Proof of equality

of mass and life time for particle and anti particle.

Unit- II – 34 Marks

            Unitary Symmetry and the classification of state, Hadrons and SU (3) multiplets, properties of representations, Young-Tableux method for direct products of representations, Applications of SU(3) flavour symmetry and of broken SU(3) flavour

symmetry, Gell-Mann-Okubo mass formula for Baryons and Mesons, Coleman-Glashow relation, Quarks and Gluons,  Colour hypothesis, Evidence of colour, Magnetic moment

of baryons, Baryon wave functions.

Unit- III – 34 Marks

Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) :

                                                      The S-matrix expansion, Time ordered product, Normal ordered product, Wick’s theorem, Feynman diagrams in configuration and momentum space, First order terms in S-matrix, Compton scattering, Electron electron scattering, closed loop, Feynman rules for QED, QED Lagrangian and gauge invariance

Text Books :

Introduction of High Energy Physiccs- D.H. Perkins

Elementary Particle Physics- D.J.Griffiths

Elementary Particles- I.J. Hughes

Quantum Field Theory – F. Mandl and G.Shaw

Reference Books:

Modern Elementary particle Pjhysics (Addison Wesley) - G. Kane

Concept of Particle Physics - V. Weisskopf G.K. Gottfried

Quarks & Leptons - F. Halzen & A.D. Martin

Quantum Field  Theory - Itzyksen and Zuber

Quantum Field Theory – M. E. Peskin and D. V. Shroeder

Quantum Field Theory – L. H. Ryder

PHY303b

Advanced Condensed Matter Physics-I                        Full mark-100

               Unit-I-32 Marks

Lattice Vibrations :

Born-Oppenheimer Approximation, Hamiltonian for lattice vibrations in the harmonic approximation, Normal modes of the system and quantization of lattice vibrations – phonons.

Electron-phonon interaction, Second quantized form of Hamiltonian for electrons and phonons in interaction. 

Energy Bands:

Wave equation for an electron in a periodic potential, Bloch functions, Brillouin zones, E-k diagram under free electron approximation, Nearly free electron approximation - Diffraction of electrons by lattice planes and opening of gap in E-k diagram. Effective mass of electrons in crystals, Holes, Tight binding approximation

Unit-II-34 Marks

Fermi Surface:

Construction of Fermi surface, Experimental methods of study of Fermi surface, Cyclotron Resonance, de Hass van Alphen effect.

Electron Interaction:

Perturbation formulation, Dielectric function of an interacting electron gas (Lindhard’s expression), Static screening, Screened impurity, Kohn effect, Friedel Oscillations and sum rule, Dielectric constant of semiconductor, Plasma oscillations.

Unit. III – 34 Marks

Transport Properties:

The Boltzmann equation, Electrical conductivity, General Transport coefficients, Thermal conductivity, Thermoelectric effect, Hall effect, Elementary ideas on Quantum Hall Effect, Magnetoresistance,  Elementary ideas on Giant magneto-resistance and Colossal magneto resistance. 

Text Books

Principles of the Theory of Solids – J.M. Ziman

Introduction to Solid State Physics – C. Kittel

Advanced Solid State Physics – Philip Phillips, Overseas Press, India Pvt. Ltd.

Reference Books

Introduction to Modern Solid State Physics - Yuri M. Galperin

Solid State Physics - Aschroft, Mermin

Introduction to Solids - Azaroff

Elementary Solid State Physics - Omar

Principles of Condensed Matter Physics - Chaikin and Lubensky

Solid State Physics, Essential Concepts -  David W. Snoke, Pearson Education, 2009

PHY303c

                                     Advanced Nuclear Physics-I         Full mark-100

Unit-I – 34 Marks

Nuclear Momentum Theory :

            Rotational invariance in three dimensions Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions of angular momentum operator,  explicit representation of rotation matrices, Addition of angular moments, Clebsch-Gordon, Racah and 3 j coefficients, irreducible spherical tensors, matrix elements of tensor operators, Wigner Eckart theorem.

Unit-II – 32 Marks

Two Nucleon System:

            Ground and excited states of the deuteron, Tensor forces and quadrupole moment of deuteron, Photo disintegration of the deuteron.

Unit-III – 34 Marks

Nuclear Models :

            Shell model, analysis of shell predictions, extreme single particle model, configuration mixing individual practice model, L.S. and J.J. coupling schemes.

Books :

Nuclear Physics – R.R. Roy and B.P. Nigam (Wiley Eastern)

Elementary Theory of Angular Moemtum – M.E. Rose (John Wiley)

Introduction to Nuclear Physics- H. Enge (Addison Wesley)

Theoretical Nuclear Physics – Blatt J.M. & Weisskopf (Springer Verlag)

PHY303d             

Electronics and Instrumentation                    Full mark-100

Unit-I - 32Marks

Elemental and Compound Semiconductors :

            Elementary idea about lattice mismatched pscudomorphic materials epitexy and epitexial growth, carrier effective mass and band structure, carrier scattering phonomena, conduction processes in semiconductors, Bulk and surface recombination, non-radiative and radiative recombinations, Shockley Read Hall theory of recombination, P-N junction theory, Schottky barriers and ohmic contect.

            Varactor diode, PIN diode, Schottky barrier and backward diode.

Unit-II – 34 Marks

Gunn effect, Ridly-watkin-Hilsam Mechanism device configuration, Tunnel diodes, Phenomena, theory and device configuration, IMPATT diodes.

            LED, Electroluminescent process, LED materials, Device configuration and efficiency, LED structures, Laser operating principles, semiconductor, structures and proper tics, Threshold current, Heterojuction Lasers, Photodetctors, Photoconductors, junction photo diodes, Avalanche photo diodes, solar cells, basic principles, spectral response, Heterojunction and cas caded solar cells, schottky barrier cells, material and design consideration. Thin film solar cells.

Unit- III- 34 Marks

Digital Circuits :

Simplificatin of digital circuits using Karnaugh maps, characteristics of logic families, Binary adder. Subtracting Flip-flops-RS, JK. Master slave, shift-registers, CMOS dynamic shift-registers, Asynchronous counters, Divide by N Councter Decade ripple counter Synchronous counter, application of counters.

Text Books :

  1. Physics of Semiconductor Device – S.M. Sze, Wiley Eastern Limited, 1987
  2.  Electronic Fundamentals and Applications – J. D. Ryder, Prentice Hall of India
  3. Intergrated Electronics – J. Milliman and C. C. Halkies, Mc graw Hill
  4. Instrumentation Devices and Systems – C.S. Rangon, G.R. Sarma dn V.S.V. Mani Tata Mc Graw Hill
  5. Digital Computer Electronics – A.P Malvino, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 1989

Reference Books :

  1. Physics of Semiconductor Devices – S.M. Sze, Wiley Easter Limitted, 1987
  2. Semiconductor Devices & Integrated Electronics – A.G. Mllnes, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1980
  3. Microprocessor Fundamental – R.L. Tekhenin, Mc Graw Hill, 1986
  4. Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques – W D Cooper and A.D.Helfrick, Prentice Hall of India, 1989
  5. Microwave propagation and techniques – D.C.  Sarkar, S. Chand& Co.Ltd.1910

PHY304

                                  Basic Electronics                               Full Marks – 100

Unit I: 34 Marks

Amplifiers:

Frequency response of linear amplifiers, amplifier pass band, R.C.L.C. and transformer coupled amplifiers, Frequency response, gain band-width product, Feedback amplifiers, effects of negative feedback, Boot-strapping the FET, Multistage feedback, stability in amplifiers, noise in amplifiers.

Operational amplifiers:

The differential amplifiers, integral amplifier, rejection of common mode signals. The operational amplifier input and output impedances, application of operational amplifiers, unit gala buffer, summing, integrating and differentiating amplifiers, comparators and logarithmic amplifiers.

Unit II: 34 Marks

Oscillator Circuits:

Feedback criteria for oscillation, phase shift, Wien bridge oscillator, crystal controlled oscillator, klystron oscillator, Principle of multivibrator. 

Digital Circuits:

Logic fundamentals, Boolean theorem, Logic gates – RTL, DTL and TTL gates, CMS switches, RS flip-flop, JK flip-flops

Unit III: 32 Marks

Radio Communication:

Ionospheric propation, Antennas of different types, super heterodyne, receiver (Block diagram). Various types of optical fibers and optical communications.

Books :

Electronic Fundamental and application – J.D. Ryder

Int. Digital Electronics – Heap and Martin

Integrated Electronics – Millman and Halkias

Foundation of Electronics – Chattopadhyay, Rakshit, Saha and Purkalt

PHY305

Dissertation Project

Full mark-200

Topics include:

General Theory of Relativity, Cosmology, Astroparticle Physics, High Energy Physics,

Nano Science and Nano Technology, Material Science, Nuclear Matter, Black Hole Physics,

Accelerators Physics, Data Analysis and Computational Simulation

 

Dissertation: 100 marks,

Presentation and Viva: 100 mark

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

PHY401

                          Basic Nuclear and Parcticle Physics         Full Marks – 100

                                                            Unit. I -32 Marks

Two Nucleon Problem:

Central and noncentral forces, deuteron and its magnetic moment and quadrupole moment; Force dependent on isospin, exchange force, charge independence and charge symmetry of nuclear force, mirror nuclei.

Nuclear models:

Liquid drop model, fission, magic numbers, shell model, analysis of shell model predictions

                                                            Unit.-II-34 Marks

Nuclear reaction:

Energetics of nuclear reaction, compound nucleus theory, resonance scattering, Breit-Wigner formula,Alpha decay, Fermi's theory of beta decay, Selection rules for allowed transition, parity violation.

Nuclear Structure:

Form factor and charge distribution of the nucleus, Hofstadter form factor.

 

Unit-III-34 Marks

Particle Physics:

The Standard model of particle physics, particle classification, fermions and bosons, lepton flavors, quark flavors, electromagnetic, weak and strong processes, Spin and parity determination, Isospin,strangeness, hypercharge, and baryon number, lepton number, Gell-Mann-Nishijima Scheme,Quarks in hadrons: Meson and baryon octet, Elementary ideas of SU(3) symmetry, charmonium, charmed mesons and B mesons, Quark spin and colour

Text Books:

Introduction to Nuclear Theory-L.R.S Elton

Nuclear Physics-B.B.Roy and B.P.Nigam

Nuclear Physics – K. S. Krane

Subatomic Physics-Frauenfelder and Henley

Concepts of  Particle Physics-Gottfried and Weisskopf

Elementary Particle Physics : D.J.Griffiths

Introduction to Nuclear Physics- P.E. Hodgson & E. Gadioli

Reference Books:

Theoritical Nuclear Physics-Blatt and Weisokoff

Introductory Nucelar Physics:S.S.Wong

Particle Physics-R.Omnes

PHY402

                            Classical Electrodynamics                Full Marks -100

Unit. I-32 Marks

Maxwell's  Equations:

Maxwell’s equations in free space; Magnetic charge; Maxwell’s equations inside matter; Displacement current; Vector and scalars potentials; Wave equation for potentials; Lorentz and Coulomb gauge conditions; Wave equation for Electric and Magentic fields in absence of sources.

Covariant Formulation of Maxwell’s Equation:

Lorentz transformation; Scalars, vectors and Tensors; Maxwells equations and equations of continuity in terms of Aµ and Jµ; Electromagnetic field tensor and its dual; Covariant form of Maxwell’s equations; Lagrangian for a charged particle in presence of external electromagnetic field and Maxwell’s equation as Euler-Lagrange equations.

Unit.II-34 Marks

Plane Waves in Non-Conducting Media:

Plane waves in non-conducting media;velocity of wave propagation and energy flow;linear,circular and elliptic polarisation; Reflection and refraction of electromagnetic waves at a plane interface between dielectrics; normal and oblique incidence;total internal reflection and polarisation by reflection; waves in dispersive media,Kramer-Kronig relation.

Plane Waves in Conduction Media:

Plane waves in conduction media; Reflection and transmission at a conducting surface; Cylindrical cavities and wave guides; Modes in rectangular wave guide and resonant cavities.

Diffraction:

Kirchoff's formulation of diffraction by a circular aperature.

Unit. III-34 Marks

Green's Function Solution for Retarded Potential:

Green's function solution of potential form of Maxwell's equations, Retarded and advanced Green's Functions.

Multipole Radiation:

Potential,Fields and radiation due to an oscillating electricc dipole; radiation due to a centre -fed linear antenna; angular distribution of power radiated; Rayleigh Scattering.

Magnetic dipole and Electric Quadrupole radiation.

Radiation by Point Charge:

Lienard-Weichert potential, Field due to a point charge, Angular distribution of radiation and total power radiated by an accelerated charge, Larmor's formula, Thomson's scattering.

Books

Classical Electrodynamics - J. D. Jackson

Classical Theory of Fields - L.Landau & Lifsitz

Introduction to Electrodynamics - D.J.Griffiths.

Principles of Optics-M.Born  and E. Wolf

PHY403a

                  Advanced Particle Physics and Field Theory-II      Full mark-100

Unit-I- 32 marks

QED processes in lowest order

 Cross section, spin sums, photon polarization sums, Lepton-pair production in electron-positron collisions, Bhabha scattering, Compton Scattering, Scattering by an external field and Mott Scattering Formula, Bremsstrahlung

Unit-II-34 marks

Radiative Corrections:

The second order radiative corrections of QED, Photon self energy, Electron self energy, Wave function renormalization, Vertex modification, Applications to Anomalous Magnetic moment and Lamb shift, Infrared divergence.  Cut-off Regularization, Dimensional Regularization.

Unit-III-34 marks

Weak interaction:

Classification of weak interactions, Parity violation and V-A form of weak interaction, Calculations for the decay of Muon and decay of Pion , Elementary notions of  leptonic decay of strange particles, The Cabibbo angle and Cabibbo hypothesis, Intermediate vector Boson, Neutral current.

Books:

Quantum  Field Theory - F. Mandl and G. Shaw

Introduction to High Energy Physics - D. H. Perkins (Cambridge U. Press)

Elementary Particles - I.J.Hughes

Elementary Particle Physics - D.J.Griffiths

Modern Elementary particle Physics - G.Kane (Addision Wesley)

Concept of Particle Physics - V.Weisskopf & K.Gottfried

Quarks and leptons - F.Halzen and A.D. Martin

Quantum Field Theory - Itzyksen and Zuber

Quantum Field Theory - M.Peskin and Schroeder(Addision Wesley)                                           

                                                        

                                                                       PHY403b

                                        Advanced Condensed Matter Physics-II            Full mark-100

Unit I: 32 Marks

Magnetism:

Weiss theory of ferromagnetism, Curie-Weiss Law for susceptibility, Heisenberg model– Conditions for ferro- and antiferro-magnetic order, Spin waves and magnons, Bloch’s T3/2 Law, Antiferromagnetic order, Neel Temperature. Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors.

Ferroelectricity:

Ferroelectric crystals, Classification of ferroelectric crystals, Polarization catastrophe, Soft optical phonons, Landau theory of phase transition – second and first order transition

Multiferroics – Elementary concept

Unit II: 34 Marks

Electronic and Lattice defects:

Lattice defects, Frenkel and Schottky defects. Line Defects, edge and screw dislocations – Burger’s Vector, planner (stacking) faults-twin planes and grain boundaries Color centers- mechanism of coloration of a solid, F-center, Other color centers.

Excitons: Loosely bound, tightly bound, Excitonic waves, electron-hole droplets 

Exotic Solids

Amorphous materials, Quasi-crystals, Nanostructured materials- classification based on spatial extension (0-D, 1-D and 2-D). 0-D nanostructures-quantum dots, Widening of band gap in quantum dots, 1-D nanostructures-quantum wires, tubes, belts, 2-D nanostructures- quantum wells - superlattices,

Unit III: 34 Marks

Superconductivity:

Electron-electron attractive interaction due to virtual phonon exchange, Cooper pairs and BCS Hamiltonian. Superconducting ground state and the gap equation at T = 0 K.

Josephson effect- macroscopic quantum mechanical effect, DC Josephson effect, Effect of electric field- AC/Inverse AC Josephson effect, Effect of magnetic field, SQUID

High Tc superconductors: Elementary ideas 

Text Books

Introduction to Solid state Physics, C. Kittel, John Willey & Sons, New York.

Quantum Theory of Solids – C. Kittel

Text Book of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, B.S. Murty, P. Shankar, B. Raj, B.B.Rath and J. Murday.

Reference Books

Introduction to Modern Solid State Physics byYuri M. Galperin

Introduction to Solids- Azroff

Elementary Solid State Physics- Omar

Solid State physics- Aschroff & Mermin

Science of Engineering Materials and carbon nanotubes, CM. Srivastava & C. Srinivasan

Solid state physics, A.J. Dekkar Macmillan, London

Solid state Physics, R.L.Singhal, Kedarnath and Ramnath Co.,Meerut.

Low Dimensional Semiconductor Structures, K. Bamam and D. Vvedensky (Cambridge University Book) 2001

Semiconductor Quantum Dots, L. Banyal and S.W. Koch (World Scientific) 1993

An introduction to the physics of low dimensional semiconductors, J.H. Davies (Cambridge Press) 1998.

Introduction to Superconductors – Ketterson

The Physics of quasicrystals, Eds. Steinhardt and Ostulond

Principles of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, M.A. Shah and T. Ahmad

Handbook of Nanostructured materials and Nanotechnology (Vol.1-4) Ed. H.S. Nalwa

Solid State Physics, S.O. Pillai, New Age International Publishers, 2010

Introduction to Solid State Physics, Arun Kumar

Solid State Physics, Wahab M.A

Solid State Physics and Electronics, R.K. Puri, V.K. Babbar

Solid State Physics, H.E. Hall

Fundamentals of Solid State Physics, Saxena, Gupta, Saxena.                                             

PHY403c

                          Advanced Nuclear Physics-II        Full mark-100

Unit-I- 32 marks

Collective model, rotational energy spectrum and nuclear wave function for even-even nuclei, Energy spectrum and wave function for odd-A nuclei, Nuclear moments , Collective vibration excitation, Rotational Vibration coupling.

Unit-I- 34 marks

Nuclear Reactions:

Compound nucleas, statistical theory of nuclear reactions, evaporation probability and cross section for specific reactions, experimental results, optical model, Kapur-Reierls dispersion formula for potential scattering, Giant resonances , deuteron stripping and pick up reactions

Unit-III- 34 marks

Nuclear Detectors:

Ionisation Chambers, Semiconductor counters, Proportional counters, G.M.Counter, scintillation counter, Wilson expansion Chamber,Bubble Chamber, The nuclear emulsion,Neutron detection; time of flight technique,measurements based on recoil protons, Beta and electron spectrometers, acceleration of charged particles, Van-de-Graff generator, Linear accelerator, Cyclotron, synchrocyclotron

Books:

Nuclear Physics-R.R.Roy and B.P.Nigam

Elementary theory of Angular momentum-M.E.Rose (John Wiley)

Introduction to Nuclear Physics-H.Enge (Addision Welsey)

Theoritical Nuclear Physics-Bleat J.M & Weisskopf (springer Vorlag)

PHY403d            

                        Electronics and Instrumentation-II         Full mark-100

                                                     Unit-1-32 Marks

D/A and A/D Converters:

Binary weighted resistance DAC,DAC using ladder network, BCD DAC, counter ramp and successive approximation type ADC,single slope,dual slope ADC.

Unit. II – 34 Marks

Electric Test and measuring Equipment:

Cathod-ray Oscilloscope, Digital Voltmeters and Multimeters. Signal Generators. Regulated Power supplies.

Data Acquisition and Processing:

            Introduction Transducer( Elementary ideas), Signal conditioning of the inputs, Single channel data acquisition system, Multichannel data acquisition system, Multiplexers and sample Hold circuits.

Unit. III – 34 Marks

Mrcroprocessors and Maicrocomputers:

Microcomputers, 8085 Microprocessor architecture,stacks,Resource sharing, Memory access and transfer, interrupts, Microprocessor Softwares, RAM,ROM,EPROM,I/O devices, Operational sequences,Applicaions.

Books:

            Physics of Semiconductor Devices- S.M.Sze,Wiley Eastern Limitted,1987.

Electronic Fundamentals & Applications-J.D.Ryder,Prentice Hal of India

Integrated Electronics- J.Millman and C.C.Halkias,Mc. Graw Hill

Instrumentation devices and systems- C.Srangan, G.R. Sarma and V.S. Vmani,Tata Mc Graw Hill

Digital Computer Electronics- A.P. Malvino, Tata Mc Graw Hill, 1989.

References

Physics of Semiconductor Devices- S.M Sze,Wiley Eastern Limited,1987.

Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Electronics- A.G.Milnes, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company,1980

Microprocessor Fundamental- R.L. Tokhein, Mc Graw Hill,1986.

Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques- W.D. Cooper and A.D. Helfrick, Prentice Hall of India,1989.

Microwave Propagation and Techniques- D.C.Sarkar, S.Chand and Co. Ltd. 1910.

PHY404a

   Particle and Nuclear Physics Lab                  Full mark-100

  1. Calibration of the x-ray spectrometer and determination of x-ray energy of unknown sources.
  2. Determination of resolving poser of x-ray spectrometers.
  3. Study of b spectrum.
  4. Determination of absorption co-efficient of Aluminum using G.M Counter.
  5. X-test and operating poing determination using G-N tube.
  6. Characteristics of G.M. counter.
  7. Study of surface barrier detector.
  8. Determination of value for DPPH using ESR.
  9. Study of counter technique.
  10. Study of single channel analyzer.
  11. Study of photo detector and photo multiplier.
  12. Study of wide-band amplifier.
  13. Emulsion photograph studies.

PHY404b

                             Condensed Matter Physics lab                               Full mark-100

 

  1. To determine the magnetic susceptibility of copper sulphate by using Guoy balance.
  2. To determine the curie temperature of the given ferroelectric substance
  3. To determine the curie temperature of the given ferromagnetic substance
  4. Study of ultrasonic waves in solids
  5. Study of ultrasonic waves in liquids
  6. Study of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
  7. To take the XRD spectrum of the given sample and determine the lattice constants.
  8. From the given lattice constants, find the possible peak positions and compare the same with that the data determined from the XRD spectrum.
  9. To determine the spectroscopic splitting of DPPH using ESR technique.
  10. Study the thermoelectric power generation in the given sample
  11. To determine the forbidden energy gap of a given semiconductor by using a PN-junction diode
  12. Calibrate the magnetic field using Hall effect set up and determine Hall coefficient.
  13. To determine the band gap of the given semiconductor using four-probe resistivity set up
  14. Study the mono-atomic and di-atomic lattice using the given LC-set up.
  15. Study the magnetic characteristics of the given sample using Hysteresis loop tracer.
  16. Determine the Magneto-resistance of the given sample.
  17. To study the photoconductivity of the given samples.

PHY404c

Electronics and Instrumentation Lab          Full mark-100

 

  1. Study of the various stages of a regulated power supply and find its regulation and ripple factor.
  2. Design and assemble of a single stage transistor amplifier and study of its frequency response.
  3. Study of phase transition using feed- Back amplifier circuit.
  4. Study of multivibrator-Astable.
  5. Study of multivibrator-Bistable.
  6. Study of multivibrator-Monostable.
  7. Design of operational amplifier circuit.
  8. Use of operational amplifier for integration and differentiation.
  9. Use of operational amplifier for addition and subtraction.
  10. Study of various stages of a digital voltmeter.
  11. Study of various stages of digital frequency counter.
  12. Study of various stages of a CRO and calibrate it for measurement of frequency and amplitude.
  13. Determination of Hall voltage and Hall coefficient.
  14. Study of different gates.
  15. Programming using into 8085 microprocessor.

 

M.Phil. Physics (Utkal University)

                                                                   FIRST SEMESTER

                                                                                                                             Marks

Paper-I  : Numerical Methods in Physics                                                            100

Paper-II: Experimental Methods in Physics,                                                       100

                                                                 SECOND SEMESTER

                                                                                                                            Marks

Paper-III: Literature Study                                                                                100

Paper-IV: Dissertation                                                                                        100

 

Ph.D. (Physics) Course work Syllabus (Utkal University)

                                                                    

                                                                 One SEMESTER

                                                                                                                      Marks

Paper-I     :     Elective: Advanced Particle Physics/                                      100

                        Advanced Solid State Physics           

Paper-II   :      Experiments in Nuclear, Particle & Solid State Physics

                          (Research Methodology)                                                      100

Paper-III :      IT and Research Methodology                                               100

Paper-IV :      Seminar Presentation                                                               100

  • Linux Based Computer Laboratory, Smart class room with LCD projectors, Internet, Desktops, Laptops, Printers, Scanner, Xerox machine.
  • There is a well equipped Seminar Library with 4319 books, Journals and Seminar  library is open for 24 hours, manned by the students.
  • Two class rooms with ICT facility
  • Student labs-6: Nuclear & Particle Physics, Modern Physics, Optics, Solid  State Physics, Electronics, Computer; 
  • There are five Class rooms
  • Research labs-3: Advanced Material Science Research, XRD, Computational  Astroparticle Physics with server.
  • There are sophisticated instruments like X-Ray Diffractometer, UV-Visible spectrophotometer, Spin coating unit, Thermal and e-beam coating unit, RF/DC Sputtering unit, Digital Oscilloscope.
1. Advanced Material Science Research  Lab
2. XRD and UV-Visible Spectrometer Lab
3.Computaional Physics Lab
4.Solid State Lab
5.Nuclear and Particle Physics Lab
6.Modern Physics  and Optics Lab

AchievementS:

Sl.

No.

Name of the Faculty

Awards/Recognitions received

1

S. Mahapatra

·     Max Planck Institute for Gavitational Physics fellowship, Berlin, Germany (2010 and 2014)

·     Alexander von Humboldt Foundation re-invitation fellowship, Max Planck Institute (Munich), Germany (2013)

·     Visiting Scientist, CERN, Geneva (2012)

·     Visiting Scientist, NIKHEF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013)

·     Visiting Scientist, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands (2010)

·     Associate faculty, International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS-TIFR), Bangalore (2014-2017)

·     Adjunct Faculty, Harish Chandra Institute, Allahabad (2011-2014)

·     Associate, ICTP, Trieste, Italy

·     International Organising Committee member, 8th Asian Winter School in High Energy Physics and Cosmology (2014)

·     Chairperson, "Strings 2015" International Conference, ICTS-TIFR

·     Chairperson, Indian Strings Meeting 2010, 2012, 2014 (International Conference)

·     Chairperson National Strings Meeting 2011

·     Convenor "SERB Interaction Meeting On Developments In Atmospheric Pressure Non-Thermal Plasmas & Their Applications"Utkal University, 1-3 December 2016

·     Organizing Committee member of "ISM 2016",   International Conference  (to be held in IISER, Pune in December 2016)

·     Organizing Committee member of " Recent Developments in Field Theory 2015" (July 17-19, 2015)

2

N.C. Mishra

Chairman, Accelerator Users Committee of the IUAC, New Delhi,2013

3

K. Maharana

 

·     Max Planck Institute (Albert Einstein Institute) research fellowship, Berlin, Germany (2014)

·     Visiting Scientist, Max Planck Institute-Werner Heissenberg Institute for Theoretical Physics Munich, Germany (2013);

·     Visiting Scientist, NIKHEF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2013)

·     Visiting Scientist, CERN, Geneva (2012)

4

P. K. Samal

 

·     Associate at the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune,

·     Young Scientist Award, Odisha Physical Society, 2013

·     Organizing Committee member of "COSMOASTRO 2015" (30 October-5 Novemeber 2015)

5

R. Naik

·         DST-INSPIRE Faculty Award, 2012

·         Young Scientist Award, Odisha Physical Society, 2015

·         Member, Organizing Committee ATNTP, to be held in December 2016.

 

Research Projects:

Name of the Project

Funding Agency

National

Period

Coordinator

Grant Received

India Based Neutrino

Observatory (INO) Collaboration

DST-DAE

2014-2019

Prof. Swapna

    Mahapatra

11 lakh*

Photo induced optical property study in chalcogenide thin films (DST-INSPIRE)

DST

2012-2017

Dr.  Ramakanta Naik

 

22.57 lakh**

Study of the Hadron

structure and Compact star

(BRNS)

DAE-BRNS

2014-2017

Dr. P. K. Panda

20 lakh***

Swift heavy ion induced mixing of Bi/As2Se3 bi-layers for tailoring the optical properties of  the Bi/As2Se3 composite system

IUAC-New Delhi

2015-2018

Dr. Ramakanta Naik

1.09 lakh****

Thermal and light stimulated diffusion in Bi related chalcogenide thin films.

DAE-BRNS

2016-2019

Dr. Ramakanta Naik

14.82*****

Synergy of Electronic and Nuclear Energy Losses in SHI Induced Sputtering from Nanoparticle Thin Films

IUAC-New Delhi

2009-2012

Prof. N.C. Mishra

4 lakhs

Modification and characterization of nano-structured TiO2 thin films by Ion beams

UGC-DAE-CSIR

2009-2012

Prof. N. C. Mishra

4.4 lakhs

*Sanctioned 35 lakh

**Sanctioned 35 lakh

***Sanctioned 23.15 lakh

**** Sanctioned 5.79 lakh

***** Sanctioned 24.48 lakh

Departmental projects

 

Name of the Project

Funding Agency National

Period

Coordinator

Grant Received

DST-FIST-II

DST

2009-2014

Prof. N.C.Mishra

108 lakh

DRS-I

UGC

2007-2012

Prof. L.P.Singh

Prof. L.Moharana

Prof. K.Maharana

Prof.S.Mahapatra

35 lakh

 

UGC XI Plan

UGC

2007-2012

Head of the Dept.

20 lakh

DRS-II

UGC

2013-2018

Prof. S. Mahapatra

4.3 lakh*

DST-PURSE

DST

2011-2015

Head of the Dept

69 lakh

*Sanctioned 74 lakhs

Workshops/ Conferences Organised 2010-2016

Sl. No.

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops

National/

International

Duration

Funding

source

Outstanding participants

/Invited Speakers

1

Recent Trends in Physics

National

12th  March 2016

UGC-DRS-II

Prof. Sudhakar Panda (Director, IOP)

Prof. Deepak Mathur (TIFR)

Prof. Sunil Gupta (TIFR, Ooty)

Prof. Kaushik Dutta (SINP)

Prof. Gagan Mohanty (TIFR)

2

"100 years of General Theory of Relativity"

  National

10-11 March 2015

UGC-DRS-II

Prof. Rajaram Nityananda (former Director, NCRA), Prof. Sunil Mukhi (IISER, Pune),

 Prof. Partha Majumdar (SINP),

Prof. N. Dadhich (former Director, IUCAA)

3

"Recent Developments in Field Theory (RDFT)"

(Jointly organised by Institute of Physics, NISER, IISER Kolkata), Utkal University and IIT BBSR

National

July

17-19 (2015)

DAE

Prof. Ashok Das (University of Rochester);

Prof. J. K. Bhattacharjee

(Director, HRI);

Prof. A. R. Roychoudhury

(Calcutta University);

Prof. A. Khare (University of Pune)

 

4

"Current Trends in Physics"

National

3rd Jan.2015

DST-PURSE

Prof. Rudrajyoti Palit (TIFR)

Prof. Sanjay Swain, (NISER) (spokesperson CMS B Physics)

5

8th Asian winter School in Particle Physics & Cosmology

International

8-18, Jan. 2014

ICTS-TIFR

 Prof. Daniel Baumann (Cambridge University,UK)
 Prof. John Ellis (King's College, UK)

Prof. Rajesh Gopakumar (Harish-Chandra Research Institute,India)

Prof. Daniel Jafferis (Harvard University, USA)

Prof. Seok Kim (Seoul National University, S. Korea)

Prof. Gautam Mandal (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India)

Prof. Suvrat Raju (International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, India)

Prof. Subir Sachdev (Harvard University, USA)
Prof. Ashoke Sen (Harish-Chandra Research Institute, India)

Prof. Leonardo Senatore (Stanford University, USA)

Prof. Tadashi Takayanagi (Kyoto University, Japan)

Prof.  Spenta Wadia (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research and International Centre for    Theoretical Sciences, India)

6

"Recent Trends in Physics & a special session on “Women in Science”

National

8thMarch, 2014

Odisha Bigyan Academy

Prof. Rohini Godbole (IISc)
Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty
(Chairperson, SPS,NISER),
Prof. Subhankar Bedanta (NISER)
Prof. Somendra Mohan Bhattacharjee (IOP, Bhubaneswar),
Special Session: Panel Discussion on “Women in Science”
Panelists: 1. Prof. Rohini M Godbole  (Chair, Indian Academy Panel for Women in  Science, IISc) 
2. Prof. Swapna Mahapatra (Professor in Physics, Utkal University) 
3. Prof. Mamata Satapathy  (Retired Professor in Physics, Utkal University)
 4. Prof. Santilata Sahoo (Professor in Botany, Utkal University)
5. Prof. Shikha Varma ( Professor in Physics, Institute of Physics)

7

UGC-DAE CSR awareness workshop on materials science

National

23-24 March, 2012

UGC-DAE CSR

Prof. Ajay Gupta (IUC, Indore)

Prof. N.P.Lalla (IUC Indore)

Prof. Alok Banarjee (IUC Indore)

8

"Understanding the fundamental interaction"

National

27th March, 2012

DST-PURSE

Prof. Basanta Nandi (IIT Bombay) (Hottest Researcher of the World 2007)

Prof. Prafulla Behera (IIT Madras),

Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty

(Chairperson, SPS,NISER),

Prof. Sanjay Swain (NISER)

 (spokesperson CMS B Physics)

Prof. Gagan Mohanty (TIFR)

9

"Aspects of Quantum Cosmology and Early Universe"

National

12-13 March, 2010

UGC-DRS-I

Prof. J. Maharana (IOP),

Prof. Tapan Nayak (VECC),

Prof. Sudhakar Panda (HRI),

Prof. Anirban Basu (HRI)

Prof.  Sayan Kar (IITKgp)

Prof. Rukmani Mohanta  (University of Hyderabad)
Prof. Sanjay Swain  (NISER)

Ajit M Srivastav  (IOP)

Dr.  Pramod Kumar Samal   (UU)

Mr. Bibekananda Nayak (UU)

10

Annual Alumni meeting: "Noble Prize in Physics, 2014",

National

9thNov.2014

Alumni Members, Physics Dept.

Alumni Members

11

Annual Alumni meeting: "Noble Prize in Physics, 2013

National

10th Nov.

2013

Alumni Members, PhysicsDept.

Alumni Members

12

Annual Alumni meeting: “New form of matter: deconfined state of quark and gluon” , 2015

National

8th Nov.

2015

Alumni Members, PhysicsDept.

Alumni Members

13

Discussion Meeting on Cosmology and Astro-Particle Physics(Jointly organised by Institute of Physics and Utkal University

National

October 30–5 Nov. 2015

DAE

Prof. L. Sriram Kumar (IIT Madras)

Prof. Koushik Dutta (SINP)

Prof. Pankaj Jain (IIT Kanpur)

Prof. Ajit M Srivastav (IOP)

Prof. S. Panda (Director, IOP)

14

Skill development Workshop on “Computational Methods and applications in Physics”

National

5-6

Nov.

2015

UGC XIIth plan

Prof. B.K.Nandi (IIT Bombay);
Dr.B.K.Sahoo(PRL, Ahmedabad)
Dr. Prafulla Kumar Panda (Department of Physics, Utkal University)
Dr. P.K.Samal (UU)
Dr. J. Kumar (UU)
Mr. J. Mohammed (UU)

15

Skill development Workshop on “Instrumentation and repairing of basic instruments”

National

17-18 Nov.

2015

UGC XIIth plan

Prof. D.P.Mahapatra (former Professor, IOP)
Prof. N.C. Mishra (Retd. Prof. Utkal University)
Dr. R. Naik (UU)
Mr. B. Kisan (UU)
Mr. S. Rout (UU)

16

International Year of Light 2015”

National

15 Nov.

2015

UGC-DRS-II

Prof.A.K.Ghatak (former Professor, IIT Delhi);
Prof.B.Iyer (Chair, IndIGO Consortium, ICTS-TIFR)
Dr. Ritwick Das (School of Physical Sciences, NISER)
Dr. Ashok Mohapatra (School of Physical Sciences, NISER)

 

 

 

List of Seminars  during  2010-2016:

Sl. No

Name and Affilaiation

Title of the Talk

Date

1

Dr. Anil K Patnaik,

Air Force Research, USA

Detction of trace elements

18.01.2010

2

Ajit K. Mohapatra

University of Wisconsin

Grid computing and LHC

23.02.2010

3

Prof. Tapan Kumar Nayak

VECC, Kolkatta

Quark-Gluon Plasma Experiments

12.03.2010

4

Prof. Jnanadeva Maharana,

Institute of Physics

String Cosmology

12.03.2010

5

Prof. Sayan Kar,

 IIT Kharagpur

Are there extra dimensions?

12.03.2010

6

Prof. Rukmani Mohanta, University of Hyderabad

CP violations

12.03.2010

7

Prof. Sudhakar Panda

HRI, Allahabad

Inflation and String Theory

 

13.03.2010

8

Prof. Anirban Basu,

Institute of Physics

Introduction to String Theory

13.03. 2010

9

Prof. Sanjay Swain,

NISER

The Large Hadron Collider

 

13.03. 2010

10

Prof. Ajit M Srivastav,

Institute of Physics

Theory of Quark Gluon Plasma

13.03.2010

11

Dr. Pramod Kumar Samal,

 IIT Kanpur

Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation

13.03.2010

12

Dr. Bibekananda Nayak

Utkal University

Brans-Dicke Cosmology

13.03.2010

13

Mr. Dipak Rout,

Utkal University

XRD Techniques

27.03. 2010

 

14

Mr. Suman Saurabh

Utkal University

Holography

27.03. 2010

 

15

Mr. Dillip Kumar Nandy Utkal University

Titanium Dioxide thin film preparation and its applications

31.03. 2010

 

16

Ms Bidyutprava Nayak,

 Utkal University

Bragg-Williams theory and Black holes

31.03. 2010

 

17

Prof. R. Nityanand,

Director, National Centre for Radio Astronomy (NCRA)

An Invitation to Theoretical Physics

29. 04. 2010

18

Prof Ashok Das,

 Rochester University, USA

Introduction to Integrable Models

 

07.08.2010

19

Prof. L. P. Singh

Utkal University

Is gravitational interaction fundamental?

28.08.2010

20

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Nobel  Prize in Physics 2010

15.10.2010

21

Prof. M. P. Das, Australian National University, Canberra

Super phenomena in the world of Physics

04.12.2010

22

Prof. M.P. Das

Australia

Superconductivity

8.12.2010           

23

Prof. Ashok Das

Rochester

Super symmetric Quantum Mechanics

27.1.2011

24

Dr. Balaram Sahoo

IISc

Nanomaterials

28.1.2011

25

Prof. J. Maharana

Institute of Physics

Our Universe

21.03.2011

26

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Stars, Pulsar, Black Holes, Quasars

21.03.2011

27

Prof. S. Mahapatra

Utkal University

Physics at Large Hadron Collider

7.4.2011

28

Radhanath Mishra

Utkal University

Degenerate Stars

8.04.2011

29

Mr. Subrata Biswal

Utkal University

Neutrino Oscillation

8.04.2011

30

Ms. Payal Mohanty

VECC

Quark Gluon Plasma

9.7.2011

31

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Nobel  Prize in Physics 2011

20.8.2011 

32

Prof. S. Mahapatra

Utkal University

What Is String Theory?

27.8.2011 

33

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Nobel prize in Physics-2011

29.10.2011

34

Dr. Anirban Basu

HRI

Gravitational Corrections

From String Theory

15.2.2012

35

Prof. Ashok Das

Rochester

Integrable Models

17.8.2012

36

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Discovery of Higgs Boson

25.8.2012           

37

Dr. Sudhanwa Patra

Institute of Physics

Grand Unified Theory

 

1.9.2012

38

Dr. S. Bedanta

NISER

Magnetism

 

15.9.2012           

39

Prof. S. Mahapatra

Utkal University

Introduction to String Theory

 

13.10.2012

40

D. P. Mohapatra

Institute of Physics

Noble Prize in Physics 2012

 

20.10.2012

 

41

Prof. A. Sen

HRI

Search For A Unified Theory

15.12.2012

42

Dr. G. Mohanty

TIFR

CP Violation

 

4.1.2013    

 

43

Mr. Bikash Ch. Swain

Utkal University

Introduction To  Graphene,

 The First 2d Crystal

5.1.2013    

 

44

Dr. Ashok Mohapatra

NISER

Nobel Prize, 2012 In Physics

2.2.2013

45

Prof. N.C. Mishra

Utkal University

Superconductivity - a historical perspective

8.4.2013    

 

46

Prof. D.P. Roy

TIFR

WHY LHC ?"

8.10.2013

 

47

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Nobel Prize in Physics 2013

 

1.11.2013

 

48

Prof. B. Golob,

University Of Ljubljaja, Slovenia

Search For New Physics

With Belle Detector

11.12.13

 

49

Prof. Rohni Godbole

IISc

Discovery of Higgs Boson

 

8.3.2014           

50

Mr. Dushmanta Kara

Utkal University

Neutrino Oscillation

29.03.2014

51

Mr. Ranjit Kumar Nayak

Utkal University

Big Bang Theory

29.03.2014

52

Prof. Ashok Das

University of Rochester, U.S.A

Fluctuation - Dissipation Theorem

26.7.2014

53

Prof. S. Mahapatra

Utkal University

New Physics At Large Hadron Collider

28.8.2014

54

Dr. Sanjib Agarwalla

Institute of Physics

Exploring Neutrino Properties at the

India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO)

6.9.2014    

 

55

Prof. Asoka Das

VC, Utkal University

Processing Plasmas, from Physics to

Technology  development .

12.9.2014

56

Prof. D.P. Roy

TIFR

Neutrino mass, Mixing and Oscillation

11.10.2014  

57

Prof. D.P. Mahapatra

 Utkal University

Error handling and analysis - I

18.10.2014

58

Prof. D.P. Mahapatra

Utkal University

Error handling and analysis - II

21.10.2014

59

Dr. S. Bedanta

NISER

Noble Prize in Physics-2014

 

8.11.2014  

 

60

Prof. Rudrajyoti Palit

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai

Recent developments in nuclear structure studies and their implications

3.1.2015     

61

Dr. Dinesh Topwal

Institute of Physics,

Quantum confinement  effect in low dimensional systems

3.1.2015     

62

Dr. Chandrasekhar Rout

IIT, Bhubaneswar  

Two dimensional transition metal dichalcogenides and their graphene hybrids

3.1.2015     

63

Dr. Sanjay Swain       

NISER, Bhubaneswar

CP violation experiment at Large Hadron Collide

3.1.2015     

64

Dr. Kalpataru Pradhan   

 Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata

Multiferroic Tunnel Junctions

3.1. 2015    

65

Dr. Ramakanta Naik       

Utkal University

Photo-induced effects in amorphous chalcogenide materials

3.1. 2015   

66

Prof. Lalu Mansinha

Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Applications of Physics, Geosciences and Hi-Technologies to Archeology

8.1. 2015      

67

Prof. S.D.Mahanty

Michigan State University

Ferromagnetic Insulators-why are they so rare?

18.02. 2015

68

Prof. D. P. Mahapatra

Visiting Scientist, UU

Raman Effect

28.2. 2015

69

Prof. Sunil Mukhi

IISER, Pune

 

10.3. 2015 

70

Prof. Subhendra Mohanty  :PRL

 

10.3. 2015   

71

Prof. Archan Majumdar  

S N Bose Centre

 

10.3. 2015   

72

Prof. Naresh Dadhich     Centre for Theor. Phys., Jamia Millia Islamia

 

10.3. 2015  

73

Prof. Rajaram Nityanand

Azim Premji University, former Director NCRA, Pune

Learning Relativity

10.3. 2015  

74

Dr. Amitabh  Virmani

 IOP

Black Holes in String Theory

11.3. 2015

75

Prof. Partha Majumdar   Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University

The Quantum and the Continum  Einstein's Twin Legacies

11.3. 2015  

76

Dr. Nishikanta Khandai    NISER

Structure formation at high and low  Redshifts

11.3. 2015  

77

Prof. Ashok Das   (University of Rochester, U.S.A)

Microscopic/macroscopic,Relativistic/

non-Relativistic: Some basic concepts

 in Physics

24.7. 2015

78

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Introduction to Higgs Boson

22.08.2015

79

Prof. K. Maharana

Utkal University

Nobel Prize in Physics 2015

Neutrino Physics

09.10.2015

80

Prof. D. P. Ray  (Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, TIFR)

 Atmospheric and Solar Neutrino Oscillation

 

15.10. 2015

 

81

Prof. L. Sriram Kumar  

IIT Madras

Cosmology & early Universe

 

2.11. 2015

82

Prof. B.K. Sahoo         

PRL, Ahmedabad

Atomic Spectroscopy and Parallel programming using OpenMP and MPICH

5.11. 2015  

83

Dr. P.K. Panda

Utkal University

Solving problems with SCILAB

5.11. 2015  

84

Prof. B.K. Nandi 

IIT Bombay

Basic C++ and Introduction to Monte Carlo Simulation

6.11. 2015  

85

Dr. Bedangadas Mohanty NISER

Experiments at ALICE

 

8.11. 2015 

86

Prof. Bala Iyer  

ICTS-TIFR

Einstein's General Relativity:

From Insight to Inspiration

14.11. 2015

87

Prof. Ajoy Ghatak     

IIT Delhi

International Year of Light  and Fiber Optics

15.11. 2015

88

Prof. Bala Iyer

ICTS-TIFR

LIGO India :Beyond Gravitational Wave Detection to Gravitational Wave Astronomy

15.11. 2015

89

Dr. Ashok Mohapatra

NISER

Quantum Non-linear Optics and Possible Applications

15.11. 2015

90

Dr. Ritwick Das         

NISER

Lasers and Non-linear Optics:

Importance in today's Photonic Applications

15.11. 2015

91

Prof. Deepak Dhar     

TIFR Bombay

Physics of complex systems

7.12.2015

92

Prof. Jogesh Chandra Pati SLAC, Stanford, USA

Unity In Particle Physics : A Quest For Beauty And    Simplicity

6.1.2016  

93

Prof. Deepak Mathur

Atomic & Molecular Sc. Division, TIFR

Ultrafast processes: adventures on the interface of Physics, Chemistry and Biology

12.3.2016  

94

Prof. Gagan Mohanty

High Energy Expt. Group, TIFR

Exploring the unknowns: a tale of two frontiers

12.3.2016

 

95

Prof. Sunil K Gupta

High Energy Cosmic Ray Group, TIFR

High energy Astroparticle physics with GRAPES-3  experiment

12.3.2016

96

Prof. Koushik Dutta

Theory Div., Saha Institute of Nucl. Physics

Symphony of Space-Time

12.3.2016

97

Prof. Sudhakar Panda Director, Institute of Physics

Aspects of String Cosmology

12.3.2016

 

98

Faculty members and Research Scholars of Dept. of Physics

One day Seminar on "Excitements in Physics".

19.03.2016

99

Dr. Bhupal Dev

Max Planck Institute fur Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Germany

Neutrinos as a gateway to new physics 

21.3.2016

100

Professor Ashok Das (University of Rochester, USA)

Riemann Zeta Function

18.07.2016

101

Dr. Gajendra Kumar Sahoo

( DESY, Hamburg, Germany)

Physics  at PETRA - III, DESY, Germany

22.07.2016

102

Prof. A. K. Das, VC Utkal University

Laser assisted isotope separation

06.08.2016

 

Research Publications (2010-2016) :

2010

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals :

  1. Surface Smoothing of NiO Thin Films Under Swift Heavy Ion Irradiation, P. Mallick, Chandana Rath, Jai Prakash, D.K. Mishra, R.J. Choudhary, D.M. Phase, A. Tripathi, D.K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal and N.C. Mishra, Int. J. Mater. Sc., 5, 723-729 (2010)
  2. Evolution of structural and microstructural properties of TiO2 nanocrystalline thin films under swift heavy ion irradiation, N.C Mishra and Haripriya Rath, Int. J. Mater. Sc., 5, 639-650 (2010)
  3. Selective disorder in the CuO basal planes of YBa2Cu3O7-y by Swift Heavy Ion induced secondary electrons, R. Biswal, J. John, D. K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal, P. Raychaudhuri and N. C. Mishra

         Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B 268, 3325–3330 (2010)

  1. Antiferro to superparamagnetic transition on Mn doping in NiO, P. Mallick, Chandana Rath, A. Banerjee and N. C. Mishra, Sol. St. Com. 150, 1342 (2010)
  2. UV–visible studies of nickel oxide thin film grown by thermal oxidation of nickel P. Mohanty, Chandana Rath, P. Mallick, R. Biswal, N.C. Mishra, Physica B 405, 2711–2714 (2010)
  3. Swift heavy ion irradiation induced modification of microstructure of NiO thin films, P. Mallick, Chandana Rath, Jai Prakash, D.K. Mishra, R.J. Choudhury, D.N. Phase, A. Tripathi, D.K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal and N.C. Mishra, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 268, 1613-1617 (2010)
  4. Grain growth and crack formation in NiO thin films by swift heavy ion irradiation, P. Mallick, R. Biswal, Chandana Rath, D.C. Agarwal, A. Tripathi, D.K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal, P.V. Satyam, N.C. Mishra, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 268, 470–475 (2010)
  5. Observation of grain growth in swift heavy ion irradiated NiO thin films, P Mallick, Chandana Rath, J K Dash, R Biswal, D C Agarwal, D Behera, D K Avasthi, D Kanjilal, P V Satyam and N C Mishra, Indian J. Phys. 84 (10), 1399-1404 (2010)
  6. Surface modifications of ultra-thin gold films by swift heavy ion irradiation, P Dash, P Mallick, H Rath, B N Dash, A Tripathi, Jai Prakash, D K Avasthi, P V Satyam and N C Mishra, Indian J. Phys. 84 (10), 1391-1397 (2010)
  7. Swift heavy ion irradiation induced modification of BiFeO3 thin films prepared by sol-gel method B N Dash, Priyadarshini Dash, Haripriya Rath, P Mallick, R Biswal, P K Kulriya and N C Mishra, Indian J. Phys. 84 (10), 1315-1320 (2010)
  8. BPS black holes, the Hesse potential and the topological string, Gabriel Lopes Cardoso, Bernard de Wit and Swapna Mahapatra, Journal of High Energy Physics (JHEP) 1006, 052, p1-29 (2010)
  9. Astrophysical constraints on primordial black holes in Brans-Dicke theory B. NayakA.S. MajumdarL.P. Singh,JCAP 1008, 039 (2010)
  10. Note on nonstationarity and accretion of Primordial Black Holes in Brans-Dicke theory Bibekananda NayakLambodar Prasad Singh.Phys.Rev. D82, 127301 (2010) 
  11. Supersymmetric standard model and its particle spectrum from four dimensional superstring B.B. DeoL. Maharana,Charney, Gerold B. (ed.): Superstring theory in the 21st Century 161-186 26 (2010).
  12. On the representations of chiral alternative to vierbein, Karmadeva Maharana, arXiv:1004.4575 (hep-th) (2010).
  13. Do Damped and Sub-damped Lyman-alpha Absorbers Arise in Galaxies of Different Masses?Varsha P. KulkarniPushpa KhareDebopam SomJoseph MeiringDonald G. YorkCeline PerouxJames T. Lauroesch. New Astron. 15, 735-743 (2010) 
  14. Structural and electrical properties of nanostructured silicon carbon films, G.Ambrosone, D.K. Basa, U.Coscia, L.Santamaria, N.Pinto, M.Ficcadenti, L.Morresi, L.Craglia, R.Murri, Energy Proceedia, 2, 3 (2010)
  15. Morphological and structural modifications induced in a − Si1−xCx : H films by the excimer laser annealing, U.Coscia, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, E.Tresso, A.Chiodoni, N.Pinto, R.Murri, Appl. Phys. A, 100, 1163 (2010)
  16. Correlation between structural and opto electronic properties of a − Si1−xCx : H films deposited by PECVD, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, U.Coscia, P.Rava, Thin Solid Films,518,5871(2010)
  17. Characterizations of nanostructured silicon carbon filmsdeposited on p-layer by PECVD U.Coscia, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, S.Ferrero, P.Delli Veneri, L.V.Mercaldo, I.Usatii, M.Tucci, Physica Status Solidi, C,7,766 (2010)
  18. Plasma treatment studies of MIS devices, D.K.Basa, Cent. Eur. J. Phys, 8,400 (2010)
  19. Study on the excimer laser annealed amorphous hydrogenated silicon carbon films deposited by PECVD, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa U.Coscia, E.Tresso, A.Chiodoni, E.Celasco, N.Pinto,R.Murri, Physica Status Solidii, C,7,770 (2010)
  20. Spectroscopicellipsometry study of hydrogenated amorphous silicon carbon alloy films deposited byplasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition”, D.K.Basa, G.Abbate, G.Ambrosone, U.Coscia, A.Marino, J.Appl.Phys.107, 023502 (2010).
  21. CMB Polarization and Temperature Power Spectra Estimation using Linear Combination of WMAP 5-year Maps.” Pramoda Kumar Samal, Rajib Saha, Jacques Delabrouille, Simon Prunet, Pankaj Jain, Tarun Souradeep , Astrophysical Journal, Volume 714, Issue 1, Pages: 840-851, (2010)
  22. Compositional dependence on the optical properties of amorphous As2-xS3-xSbx thin films, Ramakanta Naik, R.Ganesan and K.S. Sangunni, Thin Solid Films, 518, 5437 (2010)
  23. Photoinduced optical changes in Sb/As2S3 multilayered film and (As2S3)0.93Sb0.07 film of equal thickness. Ramakanta Naik, R.Ganesan, K.S. Sangunni, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 505,249 (2010)
  24. Temperature dependent optical constants of amorphous Ge2Sb2Te5 thin films. Vinod E. M., Ramakanta Naik, A. P. A. Faiyas, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 356, 2172 (2010)
  25. Nuclear Structure correction on Parity Non-conservation in heavy ions, P.K. Panda and B.P. Das Ind. J. Phys. 84, 817 (2010).
  26. Warm stelar matter within the Quark Meson Coupling Model, P. K. Panda , D.P. Menezes, C. Providencia, Phys. Rev. C 82, 045801 (2010).
  27. Study of the Assymetric nuclear matter with pion dressing, S. Sarangi, P.K. Panda , S. K. Sahu, L. Maharana, Ind. J. Phys. 84, 431 (2010)
  28. Influence of Viscoelastic Behaviour During Peeling of an Adhesive Tape., Jagadish Kumar, G. Ananthakrishna, Physical Review E, 82, 016211, (2010).
  29. Correlation Between Stick-Slip Frictional Sliding and Charge Transfer., Jagadish Kumar, G. Ananthakrishna, Physical Review B, 82, 075414, (2010).
  30. eta/s at finite coupling ,Shesansu Sekhar Pal, Phys.Rev. D81, 045005 (2010)
  31. Quantum phase transition in a Dp-Dq system, Shesansu Sekhar Pal Phys.Rev. D82, 086013 (2010)

2011

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

  1. Effect of Oxygen Vacancy on Magnetic Properties of Ti1-xCoxO2 Nanoparticles, P. Mohanty, P. Mallick, N.C. Mishra, A. Banerjee, T. Shripathi and Chandana Rath, International Journal of Nanotechnology and Applications. 5, 4, 383-393 (2011)
  2. Ultraviolet visible spectroscopy of CdS nano-wires doped ferroelectric liquid crystal, K. Pal, U.N. Maiti, T.P. Majumder, P. Dash, N.C. Mishra, N. Bennis, J.M. Otón, Journal of Molecular Liquids,164 , 233-238 (2011)
  3. Mesoscopic inhomogeneity creation in YBa2Cu3O7-y thin film by swift heavy ion irradiation at low temperature, R. Biswal, J. John, P Raychaudhuri, D. Behera, T. Mohanty, D. K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal and N.C. Mishra, Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 166, 628-634 (2011).
  4. Surface evolution of titanium oxide thin film with swift heavy ion irradiation, H. Rath, P. Dash, T. Som, Jai Prakash, A. Tripathi, D.K. Avasthi, U.P. Singh and N.C. Mishra, Radiation Effects & Defects in Solids, 166, 571- 577 (2011).
  5. Swift heavy ion irradiation-induced phase transformation in oxide materials, N. C. Mishra, Radiation Effects & Defects in Solids, 166 (8–9), 657–665 (2011)
  6. Accretion, Primordial Black Holes and Standard Cosmology, Bibekananda NayakLambodar Prasad Singh, Pramana 76,173-181 (2011)
  7. Phantom energy accretion and primordial black holes evolution in Brans-Dicke theory B. Nayak, L.P. Singh, Eur.Phys.J. C71, 1837 (2011)
  8. Gravitating magnetic monopole in Vaidya geometry, Sushant G. GhoshL.P. Singh, Phys.Rev. D83, 067501 (2011)
  9. The Prediction of Mass of Z'-Boson from b0qb0qbarmixing, S. Sahoo,C.K. Das ,L. Maharana, Int.J.Mod.Phys. A26, 3347-3356 (2011).
  10. Effect of Z'-mediated flavor-changing neutral current on B decays into Pi Pi, S. SahooC.K. Das, L. Maharana, Phys.Atom.Nucl. 74, 1032-1039 (2011)
  11. SOAR Imaging of sub-Damped Lyman-Alpha Systems at z<1, Joseph D. MeiringJames T. LauroeschLutz HaberzettlVarsha P. KulkarniCeline PerouxPushpa KhareDonald G. York. Mon.Not.Roy. Astron.Soc. 410,2516(2011).
  12. Exploring the dust content of SDSS DR7 damped Lyman alpha systems at 2.15≤zab<5.2, Pushpa KhareDaniel Vanden BerkDonald G. YorkBritt LundgrenVarsha P. Kulkarni. arXiv:1109.4225v1 [astro-ph.CO] , Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc ,20 Sep (2011)
  13. Role ofcarbon content in tuning the physical quantities of a-Si1-xCx:H alloys deposited by PECVD, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, U.Coscia, A.Le Donne, S.Binetti, Phys. Status. Solidii  C,8,800 (2011).
  14. Influence of rf power on the properties of nanostructured silicon carbon films deposited by PECVD”, U.Coscia, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, P.Rava, S.Ferrero, A.Virga, M.Tucci Phys. Status. Solidii C,8,823 (2011).
  15. Effect of foregrounds on the cosmic microwave background radiation multipole alignment.” Pavan Aluri, Pramoda Kumar Samal, Pankaj Jain, John P Ralston Monthly Notices of  the Royal Astronomical Society,Volume 414, Issue 2, Pages: 1032-1046, June (2011)
  16. Optical properties change in amorphous (As2S3)0.87Sb0.13 thinfilms by photo and thermal induced process, Ramakanta Naik, R.Ganesan ,K.S. Sangunni, Materials Chemistry and Physics,  125,505-509 (2011)
  17. Photo-induced changes in the optical properties of thermally evaporated As40Se50Sb10 films. Ramakanta Naik,Arpitha Jain,E.M.Vinod,R.Ganesan, K.S.Sangunni, Physica Status Solidi C, 8, No-9, 2785 (2011)
  18. Effect of Te addition on the optical properties of As2S3 thin film, Ramakanta Naik,C.Kumar, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 130,750 (2011)
  19. Photoinduced transparency of three photon absorption coefficient at femto second time scales in Ge16As29Se55 thin films, A.R.Barik, K.V.Adarsh, Ramakanta Naik, D.Zhao, Himanshu Jain Applied Physics Letter, 98,201111 (2011)
  20. Photo and thermal induced effects on (As2S3)0.85Sb0.15 amorphous thin films. Ramakanta Naik, R.Ganesan, K.S.Sangunni, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 357, 2344 (2011)
  21. Role of rigidity and temperature on the kinetics of the photo darkening in Gex As45- xSe55 thin films. A.R.Barik, K.V.Adarsh, Ramakanta Naik, R.Ganesan, D.Zhao,Himanshu Jain Optics Express, 19(14), 15138 (2011)
  22. Giant photo induced optical bleaching at room and liquid helium temperatures in Sb/As2S3 multilayered films, Ramakanta Naik, K.V.Adarsh, R.Ganesan, K.S. Sangunni, Optics Communications, 284, 5319 (2011)
  23. Kinetics of photodarkening at room and liquid helium temperatures in a As45Se55 thin film, A.R.Barik, K.V.Adarsh, Ramakanta Naik , R.Ganesan.K.S.Sangunni, D.Zhao,H. Jain, Physica  Status Solidi C, 8,No-9, 2770 (2011)
  24. Warm and dense stellar matter under strong magnetic fields, A. Rabhi, P. K. Panda , C. Providencia, Phys. Rev. C 84, 035803 (2011),
  25. Pion correlations in Dense Matter, P.K. Panda , S. Sarangi, J. da Providencia, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E20, 63 (2011).
  26. Multi-Scale modeling approach to acoustic emission during plastic deformation., Jagadish Kumar, G. Ananthakrishna, Physical Review Letters, 106, 106001,(2011).
  27. Model building in AdS/CMT: DC Conductivity and Hall angle, Shesansu Sekhar Pal, Phys.Rev. D84, 126009, (2011)

Publications in Conference Proceedings :

  1. Optical properties change in Te/As2S3 bilayer thin films, Ramakanta Naik, C.Kumar, E.M.Vinod, R.Ganesan, K.S.Sangunni, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1349,777 (2011)
  2. Kaon condensation in quark meson coupling model at finite temperature, S. Lenka, P.K. Panda, Proceedings of the DAE Symp. on Nucl. Phys. Vol. 56 page-712 (2011).
  3. G. Ananthakrishna, Jagadish Kumar,. Dynamics Friction at Nano-Scales., Proceeding of II International Workshop on Correlation Microstructures - Properties and Multi-scale Modeling of  Plasticity, p. 91, (2011).
  4. Supersymmetric standard model and its particle spectrum from four dimensional superstring B.B. Deo, L. Maharana, Charney, Gerold B. (ed.): Superstring theory in the 21st Century 161-186

2012

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals :

  1. Oxygen vacancy induced phase formation and room temperature ferromagnetism in undoped and Co-doped TiO2 thin films, P Mohanty, N C Mishra, R J Choudhary, A Banerjee, T Shripathi, N P Lalla, S Annapoorni and Chandana Rath, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 45 ,325301 (2012).
  2. Evolution of superconducting and normal state properties of YBa2Cu3O7-y thick films under 200 MeV Ag ion irradiation, R. Biswal, D. Behera, D. Kanjilal, P.V. Satyam, N.C. Mishra, Physica C  480, 98–101 (2012)
  3. Evolution of Structure, Microstructure, Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Nickel Oxide (NiO) with Transition Metal ion Doping.P. Mallick and N.C. Mishra, American Journal of Materials Science, 2(3): 66-71 (2012)
  4. Evolution of microstructure and crack pattern in NiO thin films under 200 MeV Au ion irradiationP. Mallick, D.C. Agarwal, Chandana Rath, D. Behera, D.K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal, N.C. Mishra, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 81, 647–651 (2012).
  5. Nonleptonic two-body Bc-meson decays, Sk. Naimuddin, Susmita Kar , M. Priyadarsini, N. Barik, P.C. Dash, Phys. Rev. D86, 094028 (2012).
  6. Brans-Dicke Theory and primordial black holes in Early Matter-Dominated Era, Bibekananda  NayakLambodar Prasad Singh, Int.J.Theor.Phys. 51, 1386-1395 (2012).
  7. A Super-Damped Lyman-alpha QSO Absorber at z=2.2 ,Varsha P. ulkarni, Joseph, Meiring, Debopam SomCeline PerouxDonald G. YorkPushpa KhareJames T. Lauroesch. Astrophys.J.  49,176 (2012).
  8. Galaxies with Background QSOs, I: A Search for Strong Galactic H-alpha Lines Donald G. YorkLorrie A. StrakaMichael BishofSeth KuttruffDavid BowenVarsha P. KulkarniMark  SubbaraoGordon RichardsDaniel Vanden BerkPatrick B. Hall, P.Khare Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 423, 3692-3708 (2012)
  9. Growth and characterization of silicon nanocrystallitesembedded in amorphous silicon carbon matrix by PECVD, U.Coscia, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, V.Rigato, M.Ballarini,  A.Virga S.Ferrero, L.V.Mercaldo, Phys. Status. Solidii C,9,1869 (2012)
  10. Evolution ofstructural and optical properties of nanostructured silicon carbon films deposited by4plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition”, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, U.Coscia,  M.Passacantando, Thin Solid Films,520,4875 (2012).
  11. Optical properties change in Sb40S40Se20 thin films by light induced effect, Ramakanta Naik, Sanjit K Parida, C. Kumar, R. Ganesan,K.S.Sangunni, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 522, 172 (2012)
  12. Compositional dependence optical properties of As40Se60-xSbx thin films, Ramakanta Naik, Arpitha Jain, R.Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, Thin Solid Films, 520, 2510 (2012)
  13. Signature of Ge2Sb2Te5 film at structural transitions, E.M. Vinod, Ramakanta Naik, R.Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, Journal of Non Crystalline Solids, 358, 2927 (2012)
  14. Compact stars within a soft symmetry energy quark meson coupling model, Prafulla K. Panda , Alexandre M. Santos, Debora P. Menezes, Constanca Providencia, Phys. Rev. C 85, 055802 (2012).
  15. BCS theory of high density matter, H. Bohr, P. K. Panda , C. Providencia, J. da Providencia, Braz. J. Physics, 42, 59 (2012).
  16. Effects of symmetry energy on compact stars, Constanca Providencia, Rafael Cavagnoli, Debora P. Menezes, Prafulla K. Panda , J. Phys: conf. Ser 342, 012008 (2012).
  17. RG flow of transport quantities ,Bum-Hoon Lee, Shesansu Sekhar Pal, Int.J.Mod.Phys. A27 1250071, (2012)
  18. Thickness Dependent Magnetic Properties of Amorphous FeTaC Films, A.K. Singh, Bhagaban Kisan, Debabrata Mishra and A. perumal, J. Appl. Phys. 111, 093915 (2012).

Publications in Conference Proceedings:

  1. 1. Photo induced effects on the optical properties of Sb40Se20S40 thin films, Ramakanta Naik, C. Kumar, Sanjit K. Parida, R. Ganesan, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1447,559 (2012)
  2. Optical Properties Study of S40Se60-xSbx Bulk Alloys, Ramakanta Naik, C. Kumar, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1447, 545 (2012)
  3. Effect of thickness on the optical properties change in Bi/As2S3 bilayer thin films. Ramakanta Naik, C. Kumar, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1447,623 (2012)
  4. Light induced optical properties change in Sb20S40Se40 thin films, Ramakanta Naik, Sanjit K. Parida, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1461,358 (2012)
  5. Multiferroic bismuth ferrite material core based inductive displacement sensor, R. Rajeswari, M. R. Biswal, J. Nanda, and N. C. Mishra,         AIP Conference Proceedings, 1461, 324-327 (2012)
  6. Structural and optical characterization of NiO nanoparticles synthesized by sol-gel route, P. Mallick, C. S. Sahoo, and N. C. Mishra, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1461, 229-232 (2012)
  7. Evolution of Microstructure and Surface Topography of Gold Thin Films under Thermal Annealing, P. Dash, H. Rath, B. N. Dash, P. Mallick, T. Basu, T. Som, U. P. Singh and N.C. Mishra, AIP Conference Proceedings, 1461, 214-217 (2012)

2013

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

  1. Swift heavy ion irradiation induced modification of structure and surface morphology of BiFeO3 thin film, BN Dash, P Mallick, Pdash, R. Biswal, Jai Prakash, A. Tripathi, D Kanjilal and NC  Mishra, Bull. Mater. Sci., 36, 813–818. (2013).
  2. Non-holomorphic deformations of special geometry and their applications, Gabriel Lopes Cardoso, Bernard de Wit and Swapna Mahapatra, e-Print: arXiv:1206.0577 (hep-th), Springer Proc.Phys. 144  (2013)
  3. Nonleptonic BcVV decays, Susmita Kar, P.C. Dash, M. Priyadarsini, Sk. Naimuddin, N. Barik Phys. Rev. D88, 9, 094014 (2013).
  4. Nuclear equation of state in a relativistic independent quark model with chiral symmetry and dependence on quark masses, N. Barik, R.N. Mishra, D.K. Mohanty, P.K. Panda , T. Frederico Phys. Rev. C88 ,1, 015206 (2013).
  5. Evolution of Primordial Black Hole Mass Spectrum in Brans-Dicke Theory, Debabrata DwivedeeBibekananda NayakLambodar Prasad Singh, Int.J.Mod.Phys. D22 ,1350022  (2013).
  6. Vacuum Energy Accretion and Primordial Black Holes in Brans-Dicke theory D. DwivedeeB. NayakL.P. Singh , e-Print: arXiv:1310.2706 [gr-qc]  
  7. Nanostructured silicon carbon thin films grown by PECVD technique, U.Coscia, G.Ambrosone, D.K.Basa, V.Rigato, S.Ferrero,A.Virga, Thin Solid Films,543, 27,2013.
  8. Optical properties change with the addition and diffusion of Bi to As2S3 in the Bi/As2S3 bilayer thin film, Ramakanta Naik, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, Journal of Alloys and  Compounds, 554,298 (2013)
  9. Intensity dependent transient photo darkening in visible and far infrared absorption spectra of As50Se50 thin film, A.R. Barik, Ramakanta Naik, Udaya Deshpandey, T.Shripathi and  K. V.Adarsh, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 138, 479 (2013)
  10. Unusual observation of fast photo darkening and slow photo bleaching a-GeSe2 thin Film, A. R. Barik, Ramakanta Naik, and K. V. Adarsh, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 377,  179 (2013)
  11. Nuclear equation of state in a relativistic independent quark model with chiral symmetry and variation with quark masses, N. Barik, R.N. Mishra, D.K. Mohanty, Prafulla K. Panda and T.  frederico, Phys. Rev. C 88, 015206 (2013).
  12. The effect of isoscalar-isovector coupling in infinite nuclear matter, S. K. Singh, M. Bhuyan, Prafulla K. Panda, and S. K. Patra, J. Phys.(Nucl. and Part. Phys.) G40, 085104 (2013).
  13. Spin polarization in high density quark matter, H. Bohr, P. K. Panda , C. Providencia, J. da Providencia, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E22, 1350019 (2013).
  14. Compact stars and symmetry energy, Constanca Providencia, Rafael Cavagnoli, Debora P. Menezes, Prafulla K. Panda, Aziz Rabhi J. Phys: Conf. Ser 413, 012023 (2013).
  15. Fermi-like Liquid From Einstein-DBI-Dilaton System , Shesansu Sekhar Pal, JHEP 1304 007 (2013)

Publications in Conference Proceedings:

  1. The effect of isoscalar-isovector coupling in infinite nuclear matter, S. K. Singh, M. Bhuyan, P. K. Panda , and S. K. Patra, American Institute of Physics (AIP), 1524, 77 (2013)
  2. Photo induced effects in Bi/As2Se3 bilayer thin films., Ramakanta Naik, E.M.Vinod, C. Kumar, R.Ganesan, K.S.Sangunni, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1512, 534 (2013)
  3. Optical properties change of Ge12..5Sb25Se62.5 thin films by laser irradiation, Ramakanta Naik, E. M. Vinod, C. Kumar, R. Ganesan, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1512,622 (2013)

2014

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

  1. Evolution of structural and magnetic properties of Co-doped TiO2 thin films irradiated with 100MeV Ag7+ ions, P Mohanty, V P Singh, N C Mishra, S Ojha, D Kanjilal and Chandana  Rath, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 47, 315001 (2014)
  2. Grain Growth Stagnation in Gold Thin Films on Annealing in Vacuum P. Dash, H. Rath, B. N. Dash, T. Som, U. P. Singh, S. Ojha, D. Kanjilal, and N. C. Mishra, Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 552-558 (2014)
  3. Effect of Swift Heavy Ion Irradiation on the Microstructure, Optical and Electrical Properties of BiFeO3Thin Film, B. N. Dash, P. Dash, R. Biswal, P. Mallick, D. Kanjilal, and N. C. Mishra, Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 601-606 (2014)
  4. In-SituX-Ray Diffraction Study of the Evolution of NiO Microstructure Under 120 MeV Au Ion Irradiation, P. Mallick, B. N. Dash, P. K. Kulriya, D. C. Agarwal, D. K. Avasthi, D.Kanjilal, and N. C. Mishra, Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 607-611 (2014)
  5. Evolution of Structural and Optical Properties in TiO2Nanoparticles Prepared by High-Energy Ball Milling, B. B. Tripathy, P. K. Sahoo, D. K. Mishra, S. K. S. Parashar, and N. C. Mishra Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 612-616 (2014)
  6. Optimization of Selenization and Sintering Conditions of DC Magnetron Sputtered Ag/In/Ag/In Multi-Layer Metal Precursor for Preparation of AgInSe2 Thin Films R. Panda, M. Panda, H. Rath, P. Dash, R. Naik, U. P. Singh, and N. C. Mishra  Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 631-634 (2014)
  7. Direct Transformation of Amorphous to Preferentially Oriented Rutile Phase in DC Sputtered TiO2Thin Film, H. Rath, P. Dash, T. Som, U. P. Singh, and N. C. Mishra, Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 638-642 (2014)
  8. Conductivity Studies on Nickel Doped Bismuth Ferrites, M. R. Biswal, J. Nanda, D. K. Mishra, and N. C. Mishra, Adv. Sci. Lett. 20, 722-725 (2014)
  9. Deformations of special geometry: in search of the topological string,Gabriel Lopes Cardoso, Bernard de Wit and Swapna Mahapatra, JHEP, 09 (2014) 096
  10. Evolution of Primordial Black Holes in Loop Quantum Gravity Debabrata DwivedeeBibekananda NayakMubasher Jamil , Lambodar Prasad Singh, J. Astrophys.Astron. 35,97-106 (2014).
  11. Vacuum energy and Primordial Black Holes in Brans-Dicke Theory, Debabrata DwivedeeBibekananda NayakLambodar Prasad Singh,e-Print: arXiv:1403.2983[gr-qc]| 
  12. In-situ spectroscopic ellipsometry and structural study of HfO2 thin films deposited by radio frequency magnetron sputtering, A Cantas, G Aygun, DK Basa, Journal of Applied Physics 116  (8), 083517 (2014).
  13. Structural and photoconductivity properties of silicon carbon thin films, U Coscia, G Ambrosone, DK Basa, V Rigato, S Binetti, Physica status solidi (c) 11 (11 12), 1669 (2014)
  14. Photo induced optical properties change of Sb10S40Se50 thin films studied by various spectroscopic experiments, Ramakanta Naik, Shuvendu Jena, R. Ganesan, N.K.Sahoo. Physica Status Solidi B, 251(3) 661 (2014)
  15. Thickness effect on the optical properties of Bi/As2S3 bilayer thin films, Ramakanta Naik,, R. Ganesan, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 385, 142 (2014)
  16. Laser induced optical photo darkening in Sb30S40Se30 chalcogenide thin films, Ramakanta Naik, Namita Behera, R.Ganesan, Advanced Science Letters, 20,559 (2014)
  17. Optimization of selenization and sintering conditions of DC magnetron sputtered Ag/In/Ag/In multi-layer metal precursor for preparation of AgInSe2 thin films, R. Panda, M. Panda, H. Rath,  P. Dash, Ramakanta Naik, U.P. Singh, N.C. Mishra, Advanced Science Letters, 20, 631 (2014)
   
  1. Compositional dependence properties change in S40Se60-xSbx alloys. Ramakanta Naik,, R. Ganesan,Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics,52, 444 (2014)
  2. Effects of the symmetry energy on the kaon condensates in the QMC model, Prafulla K. Panda, Debora P. Menezes, and Constanca Providencia, Phys. Rev. C 89, 045803 (2014).
  3. Extremal Surfaces And Entanglement Entropy , Shesansu Sekhar Pal, Nucl.Phys. B882 352- 385, (2014)

21.    Real spectra in isospectral non-hermitian Hamiltonian”, Biswanath Rath, Pravanjan Mallick  and Pramoda Kumar Samal, The African Review of Physics, 9, 0027 (2014)

22.    Finite size effect in magnetic and optical properties of antiferromagnetic NiO  nanoparticles. Bhagaban Kisan, P. C. Shyni, Samar Layek, H. C. Verma, David Hesp, Vinod Dhanak,  Satheesh Krishnamurthy and A. Perumal. IEEE Trans. Magn. 50, 2300704 (2014).

23.    Room temperature ferromagnetism in finite sized ZnO nanoparticles, Bhagaban Kisan and A.  Perumal, Physica B: condensed matter, 448, 115 (2014).

24.    Magnetic properties of Co doped MgTiO3 ceramics, T. Santosh, P. Gogoi, Sharma, Bhagaban Kisan, A. Perumal and D. Pamumal, Physica B: Condensed Matter, 448, 330 (2014).

  1. Effect of Sb addition on optical properties change in As40Se60 chalcogenide thin films Ramakanta Naik, International Journal of Nano and Biomaterials, 5(4) 236-242 (2014)
  2. Dielectric and impedance spectroscopic studies of multiferroic BiFe1-xNixO3,,
  3. R. Biswal, J. Nanda, N. C. Mishra, S. Anwar, A. Mishra,  Adv. Mat. Lett., 5(9),

        531-537 (2014)

Publications in Conference Proceedings:

  1. Asymmetric nuclear matter in a modified quark meson coupling model, R.N. Mishra, H. S. Sahoo, P.K. Panda , and N. Barik, Proceedings of the DAE Symp. on Nucl. Phys. 59, page-792 (2014)
  2. Photo induced diffusion of Bi and Te into As2S3 thin film: A comparative optical property study, Ramakanta Naik, ICEMP Conference Proceeding.1-5, (2014).
  3. Haqqani, A., Marek, S., Kumar, J., Davenport, M., and Tilton, J. The vast majority of unstimulated primary CD4+ T cells are refractory to HIV infection regardless of viral concentration. Keystone symposia on HIV Pathogenesis, Banff, Canada. March 2014.
  4. Sharmili Rudra, Akhilesh P. Nandan, Himangshu Neog, S. Biswas, S. Mahapatra, B. Mohanty, and P. K. Samal “Cosmic ray spectroscopy using plastic scintillator detector” Proceedings of the DAE Symp.  on Nucl. Phys. 59, 2014

2015

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

  1. Nuclear symmetry energy in a modified quark meson coupling model, R.N. Mishra, H.S. Sahoo, P.K. Panda, N. Barik, and T. Frederico, Phys. Rev. C 92, 045203 (2015)
  2. Effects of the cosmological constant in compact star in quark meson coupling model, S.N. Nayak, P.K. Parida, and P.K. Panda, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E.24, 1550068 (2015)
  3. Weak Minimal Area In Entanglement Entropy , Shesansu Sekhar Pal, Subhalaxmi Rath ,Adv.High Energy Phys. 2015 (2015) 523408
  4. Entanglement temperature with Gauss–Bonnet term, Shesansu Sekhar Pal, Sudhakar Panda, Nucl.Phys. B898 (2015) 401-414
  5. Physics potential of the ICAL detector at the India based Neutrino observatory (INO), (ICAL collaboration), e-Print arXiv: 1505.07380, p1-134 (2015)
  6. Aiman A Haqqani, M.S.; Samantha L Marek; Jagadish Kumar; Miles Davenport, Heng Wang, John Tilton, Central memory CD4+ T cells are preferential targets of double infection by HIV-1, Virology  Journal, (2015).
  7. Testing isotropy of Cosmos with WMAP and PLANCK data.” Pranati Rath, Pramoda Kumar Samal, Modern Physics Letters A (World Scientific). Vol. 30, No. 27, 1550131 (2015)

8.      A study of Spectral Instability in V (x) = ix3 Through Internal Perturbation: Breakdown of  Unbroken PT Symmetry ” Biswanath Rath, Pravanjan Mallick and Pramoda Kumar Samal,  The African Review of Physics, 10, 007(2015)

  1. Photo induced optical bleaching in Ge12Sb25S63 amorphous chalcogenide thin films: Effect of 532 nm laser illumination, Ramakanta Naik,, Shuvendu Jena, R. Ganesan, N. K. Sahoo, Laser Physics, 25,  036001 (2015)
  2. 10. Effect of laser irradiation on the optical properties of Ge12Sb25Se63 amorphous chalcogenide thin films, Ramakanta Naik, Shuvendu Jena, R. Ganesan, N.K.Sahoo, Indian Journal of Physics, 89 (10)  1031-1040 (2015)
  3. 11. Effect of compositional variations on the optical properties of SbxSe60-xS40 thin films. Ramakanta Naik Ganesan, Thin Solid Films, 579,95 (2015)
  4. Influence of laser irradiation on the optical properties of As40Se45Sb15 thin films by thermal evaporation technique, Ramakanta Naik, Advanced Materials Letters, 6(6),531 (2015)
  5. Photo induced effects on the optical properties of As20Sb20S60thin films., Ramakanta Naik, Vinod E.M, S. Parida, R. Ganesan, K. S. Sangunni, Materials Science and Engineering 73, 012045 (2015).
  6. Effect of laser irradiation on the optical properties of As40Sb15Se45 chalcogenide thin film. Ramakanta Naik R.Ganesan, K.S.Sangunni, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 619(1), 12042 (2015)
  7. Enhanced room temperature ferromagnetism in antiferromagnetic NiO nanoparticles, Patta Raikumar, Bhagaban Kisan, and A. Perumal, AIP Advances. 5 , 087116 (2015).
  8. Structural, Vibrational, Optical and magnetic properties of NiO nanoparticles, Bhagaban Kisan, P. Ravikumar, Arnab Das, A. Srinivasan and A. perumal, Science Letter. 4, 160 (2015).
  9. Effect of annealing on the magnetic properties of mechanicall alloyed NiO nanoparticles, Bhagaban Kisan, P. Sarvanam, Samar Layek, H. C. Verma, Vinod Dhanak, Satheesh Krishnamurthy and A. Perumal, J. Magn. Magn. Materials 384, 296 (2015).
  10. Physics Potential of the ICAL detector at the India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO), Swapna Mahapatra (ICAL Collaboration), e-Print: arXiv:1505.07380 [physics.ins-det], May 27, 134 pages  (2015)
  11. Swift heavy ion irradiation induced surface sputtering and micro structural

         modification of gold thin films, Priyadarshini Dash, Haripriya Rath, Udai B. Singh,  

         Sunil Ojha, Devesh K. Avasthi, Naresh C.  Mishra Adv. Mater. Lett., 6(4), 359-364

         (2015)

  1. Room Temperature Superparamagnetism in  Rutile TiO2 Quantum Dots Produced

         via ECR Sputtering, Vanaraj Solanki , I. Mishra , S. R. Joshi , P. Mishra , P. Dash,

         N.C. Mishra, D. Kanjilal, Shikha Varma, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in

         Physics Research, B (2015)  (in Press)

  1. Modification of the microstructure and electronic properties of rutile TiO2 thin

         films with 79 Mev Br ion irradiation, Haripriya Rath, P. Dash, U.P. Singh, D.K.

         Avasthi, D. Kanjilal, N. C. Mishra, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics

         Research, B (2015)  (in Press)

  1. Study of thickness dependent sputtering in gold thin films by swift heavy ion

          irradiation,  P. Dash, P.K. Sahoo, V. Solanki, U.B. Singh, D. K.   

          Avasthi, N. C. Mishra, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B

          (2015)  (in Press)

23., General framework for  acoustic emission during plastic deformation, .

       Jagadish Kumar, Ritupan Sarmah, and G. Ananthakrishna

       Physical Review B, 92, 144109, (2015).

  1. Solar-wind ion-driven x-ray emission from cometary and planetary atmospheres:

       measurements and theoretical predictions of charge-exchange cross-sections and

       emission spectra for o6++h2o, co, co2, ch4, n2, no, n2o, and ar

  1. R. Machacek, D. P. Mahapatra, D. R. Schultz, Yu. Ralchenko, A. Moradmand, M.
  2. A. El Ghazaly, and A. Chutjian

          The Astrophysical Journal, 809:75 8, (2015)

 

Publications in Conference Proceedings:

  1. Compact stars in a modified quark meson coupling model”

        R.N. Mishra , H. S. Sahoo, P.K. Panda, and N. Barik, Proceedings of the DAE-BRNS 

         Symp. on Nucl. Phys. 60, 874 (2015).

  1. Symmetry energy parameters in pion-dressed asymmetric nuclear matter”
  2. Sarangi, P.K. Panda , S.K. Sahu, and L. Maharana Proceedings of the DAE-BRNS

           Symp. on Nucl. Phys. 60, 862 (2015)

  1. 3. Photo induced optical bleaching in Ge12Sb25S63 amorphous chalcogenide thin films, Ramakanta Naik, S.Jena, R.Ganesan, N.K.Sahoo, AIP Conference Proceedings, (2015)
  2. Structural and optical modification in Bi doped in As40S60 thin films, Ramakanta Naik, S. Chinnaiyah, R.Ganesan, AIP Conference Proceedings, (2015)
  3. Effect of Te addition into As2Se3 thin film:Optical property study by FTIR and XPS, T.Panda, Ramakanta Naik, S. Chinnaiyah, R.Ganesan, AIP Conference Proceedings, (2015)
  4. Electrostatic Storage Ring for Physics and Space Studies
  5. Chutjian, M. O. A. El Ghazaly, D. P. Mahapatra, A. Moradmand

     Journal of Physics: Conference Series 635 (2015) 032099

  1. Measurements and Theoretical Predictions of Charge Exchange Cross Sections and

    Emission Spectra for O6+ with H2O, CO, CO2, CH4, N2, NO, N2O and Ar

  1. R. Machacek, D. P. Mahapatra, D. R. Schultz, Yu. Ralchenko, A. Moradmand,
  2. O. A. El Ghazaly, and A. Chutjian

      Journal of Physics: Conference Series 635 (2015) 022076

2016

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

  1. Accretion of radiation and rotating Primordial black holes, Swapna Mahapatra and

     Bibekananda Nayak, JETP, 122, no. 2, 243-247 (2016)

  1. A comparative study of 2d Ising model at different boundary conditions

    using Cellular Automata, Jahangir Mohammed and Swapna Mahapatra, e-Print arXiv:  

     1601.00518 , p1-19 (2016)

  1. QMC approach based on the Bogoliubov independent quark model of the nucleon

     Henrik Bohr, Steven A. Moszkowski, Prafulla K. Panda, Constata Providencia and  

     Joao da Providencia, Int J  Mod Phys E24, 1650007 (2016)

  1. Thickness effect on nano-multilayered Sb/As2S3 chalcogenide thin films

      Ramakanta Naik, Advanced Materials Letters, 7(10), 861 (2016)

  1. Effect of laser irradiation on the optical properties of As40Se55Sb5 thin films

     Ramakanta Naik, Tribikram Panda, R. Ganesan, Adv. Sci. Lett. 22, 294 (2016)

  1. Generalization of SUSY quantum mechanics for PT symmetric systems.” Biswanath

     Rath, Asiri Nanayakkara, P.Mallick and P.K. Samal, Accepted in Proceedings of the

     National Academy of Sciences, India Section A: Physical Sciences, Springer

  1. Thickness dependent ferromagnetism in thermally decomposed NiO thin films, Journal

    of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Patta Ravikumar, Bhagaban Kisan and A.  

    Perumal, 418 (2016) 86-91.

  1. Oxygen vacancy mediated enhanced photo-absorption from ZnO(0001) nanostructures

   fabricated by atom beam sputtering. Vanaraj Solanki, Shalik R. Joshi, Indrani Mishra, D.

   Kabiraj, N. C. Mishra, D. K. Avasthi and Shikha Varma.    Journal of Applied Physics 

   120, 054303 (2016)

  1. Annealing Temperature Dependent Structural and Optical Properties of

   SnO2 Nanoparticles, Sumit Kumar Behera, Urmishree Routray, Jyoshnarani  

   Mohapatra, Priyadarshini Dash, G. K. Dash, D. K. Mishra, N. C. Mishra, Advanced   Science Letters, 22, 2, 392-394(3) (2016)

  1. Electrical and Magnetoelectric Properties of Ni–Co Doped BiFeO3Ceramics, M. R.

    Biswal, J. Nanda,  N. C. Mishra,  S. Anwar, Advanced Science Letters, 22, 2, 363-

    366(4)  (2016)

11.Measurement of the decay B → Dlνl in fully reconstructed events and determination of   

    the Cabbibo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix element |Vcb|,  R. Glattauer, Subhashree   

     Mohanty et al. (Belle Collaboration), Phys. Rev. D 93, 032006 (2016).

12.Study of B0 → ρ+ρ- decays and implications for the CKM angle 2, P. Vanhoefer,

     Subhashree Mohanty et al. (Belle Collaboration), Phys. Rev. D 93, 032010 (2016).     13.Observation of the decay Bs0 → K0 K0-bar, B.Pal, Subhashree Mohanty et al. (Belle 

     Collaboration), Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 161801 (2016).

  1. Inclusive and Exclusive measurements of B decays to χc1 and χc2 at Belle, V.

    Bhardwaj,  Subhashree Mohanty et al. (Belle Collaboration), Phys. Rev. D 93, 052016

  • 15.Search for the rare decay D0 → γγ at Belle, N.K.Nisar, Subhashree Mohanty et al. (Belle
  •      Collaboration), Phys. Rev. D 93, 051102(R) 2016.
  • 16.First Observation of the decay B0 → ψ(2S) π0, V. Chobanova, Subhashree Mohanty et al.
  •     (Belle Collaboration), Phys. Rev. D 93, 031101(R) (2016).
    1. Laser induced optical properties change in Bi doped As40S60 chalcogenide thin films

             studied by FTIR and XPS

              Ramakanta Naik,,,   Pragyan Paramita Sahoo,  C. Sripan,  R.Ganesan

                     Optical Materials, 62,211 (2016)

    1. Characterization of thermally evaporated CZTSe thin films used by non-

                   stoichiometric alloys.

                   Chinnaiyah Sripan, R. Ganesan, Ramakanta Naik,, Annamraju Kasi Viswanath

                        Optical Materials, 62, 199 (2016)

    1. Optical properties change in laser induced Te/As2Se3 chalcogenide thin film.

                      Mukta Behera, Ramakanta Naik

                         Applied Physics A, 122, 913 (2016)        

    1. Photo darkening in As50Se50 thin films by 532nm laser irradiation.

                    Ramakanta Naik, C. Srpan, R. Ganesan

                         Accepted: Journal of Optics and Laser Technology  (2016)

    1. Laser induced Te diffusion in amorphous As50Se50 thin films studied by FTIR and XPS

                     Mukta Behera, Rozalin Panda,  Ramakanta Naik   

                           Accepted: Indian Journal of Physics (2016)

  •  

    Publications in Conference Proceedings:

    1. Optical properties change in Te diffused As50Se50 chalcogenide thin film

         Ramakanta Naik, M. Behera, R. Panda, N.C. Mishra

          AIP Conference Proceedings,1731, 080003 (2016)

    1. Optical property modification by Sb addition into As40Se60 alloy

           Ramakanta Naik, Bibekananda Das

             Orissa Journal of Physics, 23(1), 49 (2016)

    1. Influence of Bi addition on the optical properties of As40Se60 thin films.
    2. Behera, R. Panda, N. C. Mishra, Ramakanta Naik

          Advanced Materials Proceedings 1(1),200 (2016)

    1. Effect of thermal annealing on the structural, optical and microstructural properties of AgInSe2 thin films.
    2. Panda, Ramakanta Naik, U.P.Singh, N.C. Mishra

           Advanced Materials Proceedings1(1)109 (2016)

    1. A simple technique for gamma ray and cosmic ray spectroscopy using plastic

         scintillator”  Akhilesh P. Nandan, Sharmili Rudra, Himangshu Neog, S. Biswas,

    1. Mahapatra, B. Mohanty, P. K. Samal, Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A , Vol 824 11, 606 (2016)
  • Placement

    A Partial List of students selected in National Institutions for Ph.D. (2010-16)

    Sl. No.

    Name

    Institute

    1

    KASINATH DAS

    HRI

    2

    MIHIR RANJAN SAHOO

    IIT BBSR

    3

    JITENDRA KUMAR PRADHAN  

    IIT Kanpur

    4

    SUBRAT SENAPATI

    IISc, Bangalore

    5

    SUDIPTA MAHANA

    IOP

    6

    BISWAJIT BEHERA

    UTKAL Univ

    7

    KISHORA NAYAK

    NISER

    8

    NAMRATA PATTANAYAK

    IISER Pune

    9

    SUBHALAXMI RATH

    IIT Roorkee

    10

    NARENDRA TANTY

    IISc, Bangalore

    11

    PRAGATI SAHOO

    IIT Indore

    12

    DEBADEEPTI MISHRA

    NISER

    13

    ANTARJAMI SAHOO

    IIT Chennai

    14

    SORNA PRAVA BARIK

    IIT Kharagpur

    15

    MANAS KUMAR KHATUA

    INO,Mumbai

    16

    JAGANNATH JENA

    IIT Kanpur

    17

    NIRAKAR SAHOO

    IIT Hyd

    18

    PRADIP KUMAR ACHARYA

    IIT Gouhati

    19

    SAGAR SEKHAR MAHALIK

    IPR Ahemedabad

    20

    SUSHREE SUBHADARSHINEE SAHOO

    NISER

    21

    GYANA RANJAN SAHOO

    IIT Kanpur

    22

    BISWARANJAN BEHERA

    IIT Hyderabad

    23

    JOGESH ROUT

    JNU

    24

    SHASHIBHUSAN MISHRA

    IIT Chennai

    25

    BIKASH CHANDRA SWAIN

    ISM Dhanbad

    26

    SAGARIKA NAYAK

    NISER

    27

    HIMANSHU BHUSAN NAYAK

    ISM, Dhanbad

    28

    ARAVIND KHUNTIA

    IIT Indore

    29

    PRADOSH KUMAR SAHOO

    IGCAR

    30

    DUSHMANTA KARA

    NISER

    31

    ASCHARYA KUMAR KAR

    IIT-BBSR

    32

    DEEPALI MISHRA

    NISER

    33

    RUDRA PRASAD JENA

    IUC Indore

    34

    P. KARUNA KUMARI

    IIT Hyd

    35

    DEBASISH MALLICK

    NISER

    36

    SASWATI DHARA

    IIT Mumbai

    37

    ANIL KUMAR BEHERA

    IGCAR

    38

    BISWAJYOTI MOHANTY

    ISM Dhanbad

    39

    RAJESH SATPATHY

    SOA Univ

    40

    MANORANJAN SAHOO

    IIT Patna

    41

    SANTANU KUMAR PARIDA

    IGCAR

    42

    RANJIT KUMAR NAYAK

    IIT Mumbai

    43

    GOPINATH SAHOO

    IGCAR

    44

    SWAYAMSIDHA MISHRA

    NISER

    45

    SAGARIKA NAYAK

    IIT BBSR

    46

    SNIGDHA SARITA PATI

    NISER

    47

    PRASANT KUMAR ROUT

    SINP

    48

    SHAKAMBHARI SADANGI

    BARC(DRP)

    49

    SOUMENDRA PATTANAYAK

    BARC

    50

    BIBHUTI BHUSAN JENA

    SINP

    51

    ITISHREE SETHI

    IIT Hyd

    52

    SATYABRATA SINGH

    USA

    53

    PRAVASINI SWAIN

    NISER

    54

    PRAGYNA PARIMITA SWAIN

    IGCAR

    55

    IJEE MOHANTY

    IGCAR

    56

    DILLIP KUMAR SAHOO

    BARC(DRP)

    57

    RADHANATH MISHRA

    IIT BBSR

    58

    ANINDITA DAS

    ISM DHANBAD

    59

    SURYAKANTI DEBATA

    ISM DHANBAD

    60

    JAGYASENI PRADHAN

    IGCAR

    61

    JAYAKRUSHAN SAHOO

    IGCAR

    62

    SANJAY NAYAK

    CIPET

    63

    RAJESH SAHOO

    CIPET

    64

    BIBEKANANDA DAS

    IIT MADRAS

    65

    AMIT KUMAR SENAPATI

    IIT MADRAS

    66

    SUDHIR KUMAR SAHOO

    IISC

    67

    DEBASISH SAHOO

    TIFR

    68

    PRATYASHA SAHANI

    IIT KANPUR

    69

    BINOD BIHARI PANDA

    IOP

    70

    POOJA SAHOO

    ISM DHANBAD

    71

    HRUSIKESH  MAHAPATRA

    TIFR (OOTY)

    72

    PARBATI NAIK

    IIT BBSR

    73

    ASIRBAD MOHANTY

    IIT MADRAS

    74

    RANJAN KUMAR BEHERA

    IIT Patna

    75

    SAMAPIKA MALLIK

    IIT Patna

    76

    PRATIDHWANI SWAIN

    NISER

    77

    BHARAT BARIK

    NISER

    78

    BAIDYANATH SAHOO

    IIT BOMBAY

    79

    DEBANANDA MAHAPATRA

    IIT BOMBAY

    80

    JULIPRIYA JENA

    BARC

    81

    RAKESH BHATT

    BARC

    82

    LALATENDU MISHRA

    BARC

    83

    ANINDYA BARAL

    BARC

    84

    BIJAY BARIK

    BARC

    85

    MANAS KHATUA

    ISM DHANBAD

    86

    NIBEDITA DASH

    IIT Bhubaneswar

     

    Placement of students as Lectures through  Govt. of Odisha Public Service Commission and Service Selection Boardother services (2016)

    Sl. No.

    Name

    Services/Course

    1

    Biswajit Behera

    Junior Lecturer (Govt.)

    2

    Sarbananda  Senapati

    SSB Odisha

    3

    Radhanath Mishra

    Junior Lecturer (Govt.)

    4

    Manas Kumar Khatua

    SSB Odisha

    5

    Ashirbad Mohanty

    SSB Odisha

    6

    Snigdha Sarita Pati

    SSB Odisha

    7

    Laxmikanta Mahapatra

    SSB Odisha

    8

    Priyanka Priyadarshini Pruseth

    SSB Odisha

    9

    Manoranjan Sahoo

    SSB Odisha

    10

    Sinmaya Sahoo

    SSB Odisha

    11

    Ascharya Kumar Kar

    SSB Odisha

    12

    Pratidwani Swain

    SSB Odisha

    13

    Jahangir Mohammed

    SSB Odisha

    14

    Parbati Naik

    SSB Odisha

    15

    Himansu Bhusan Nayak

    SSB Odisha

    16

    Jyoti Bhusan Nayak

    SSB Odisha

    17

    Jasabanta Sekhar Hansdah

    SSB Odisha

    18

    Pradyumna Madhei

    SSB Odisha

    19

    Sanjay Behera

    SSB Odisha

    20

    Chandan Kumar Sethi

    SSB Odisha

    21

    Samapika Mallik

    SSB Odisha

    22

    Archana Behera

    SSB Odisha

    23

    Sagarika Nayak

    SSB Odisha

    24

    Sarbananda Senapati

    SSB Odisha

    25

    Puspanjali Nayak

    SSB Odisha

    Partial List of student placement  in other services (2010-2015)

    1

    Sagarika Sethi 

    Banking

    2

    Saraswati Hembram 

    Banking

    3

    Akash Ranjan Baral

    Banking

    4

    Rashmi Prabha Sahoo 

    Central School

    5

    Abhishek  Mohanty

    DAV School

    Alumni

    There is an Alumni Association in the name of "Vani Vihar Physics Alumni". The important features of the associations are the following:

    • It is 28 Years old and has about 1500 members
    • Database has been created and efforts are  being made to make it complete.
    • President- Prof. N. Barik; Vice President- Prof. D. P. Mohapatra; Secretary- HOD Physics (UU);  Joint Secretaries- Dr. P. K. Samal (UU), Dr. S. Bedanta (NISER)
    • Annual Alumni meeting is held  in the month of October/November every year.
    • Executive body meeting is held regularly.
    • Alumni members deliver popular lectures, Alumni member visit schools and some of them also teach there.

    Achievements of Alumni members

    Bhatnagar  Awardees:  Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty (NISER)[Swarnajayanti Fellowship, INSA

                                            Fellow]

                                           Prof. U. C. Mohanty (IIT BBS),

                                           Prof. R. Srianand (IUCAA Pune)

    Vice-Chancellor:          Prof. A. K. Das (Utkal University)

    Former VCs :            Prof. K. C. Mishra (Sri Sri University),

                                          Prof. B. B. Deo (BU),

                                          Prof. T. Pradhan (UU)

    TIFR :                           Rudrajyoti Palit, Gagan Bihari Mohanty, S. N. Mishra, 

                                           Pravat Mohanty

    IOP, Bhubaneswar:     D.P. Mahapatra,   Pradip Sahu,  Arun Nayak, Debakanta Samal

    NISER:                         Bedangadas Mohanty Sanjay Swain, Subhankar Bedanta,

                                           Prasanjit Samal, Ashok Mohapatra, Kartik Senapati, 

                                           Collin Benjamin, Ajay Kumar Nayak         

    SINP:                            Kalpataru Pradhan

    IITs :                             Niharika Mohapatra, Seema Bahinipati, Chandra Sekhar

                                           Rout (BBSR) ; Prafulla Behera, Dillip Satapathy (Madras); 

                                           Basanta Nandi (Hottest Researcher2007), Sadhana Dash (Bombay)

                                           Pranab Muduli,  Amruta Mishra (Delhi);

                                          Tulika Maitra (Roorkee); Anjan Giri (Hyd.);

                                          Ragnunath Sahu (Indore); Tapan Mishra (Guwahati)

     

    IMSc:          Sanatan Digal

    VECC:        Tapan Kumar Nayak, Tapan Rana

    PRL:           Sachindra Nayak,  Bijay Kumar Sahoo                                           

    IISERs :     Sukanta Panda (Bhopal), Ramesh Nath (TVM), Satyabrata Raj (KOL)

    NITs:           S. Jena, D. Behera, S.N. Dash, S. Mishra, J. Panda, A. Pradhan,

    1.    Kar (RKL); S. Sahoo (Durgapur); S. Mohapatra (Silchar);
    2.    K. Sahu (Raipur)

    National Inst. Immunology:  Bichitra Biswal

    Faculty/Scientist  in Int. Inst.:  B. Rout (Univ of NorthTexas); S. Mohanty (Arlington),

    1.                 Patnaik (Air Force Res. Lab), T. Sarangi (UoW), S.Ghosh (BNL)

                                         R.Pati (Michigan Tech. Univ), A. K. Mohapatra (Univ. of Wisconsin),

    1. Mohanty (Univ. of Carlifornia, LA)

    Central University:  Rukmini Mohanta (HYD); Tanuja Mohanty (JNU); 

                                       Supriya Kar (DU); Chandana Rath (BHU), Prakash Parida (CU, Punjab)

    IAS/Allied/IFS/IRS: Sai Ahlladini Panda, Gopinath Mohanty,  Tinku Biswal,

                                        Sidhant Das, Prasanna Dash,

                                        B B Panigrahi, Dushmanta Behera, Ashok Pattnaik

    Apple Inc. (USA):     Rashmi Ranjan Das

    IBM (USA):    Ajay Mohanty

    Bhabha Atomic Research Center(BARC)/Defence Research & Development

     Organisation(DRDO): – About 50

    M.Sc. (Physics) Part-II (2015-17)

    Sl

    No.

    Department

    Roll No.

    Name of the Students

    E-mail ID

     1

    15PHY001

    SASMITA TUDU                               

    sasmitatudu2016@gmail.com

    2

    15PHY002

    MADHUSMITA PANDA

    madhu95.panda@gmail.com

    3

    15PHY003

    MANORANJAN SETHI 

    manoranjansethi63@gmail.com

    4

    15PHY004

    MANAS RANJAN BEHERA

    beheramanasranjan57@gmail.com

    5

    15PHY005

    LOPAMUDRA SAHOO

    sahoo.liza94@gmail.com

    6

    15PHY006

    GUPTESWAR SABAT

    bapi.sabat123@gmail.com

    7

    15PHY007

    JAYASHREE LAKRA

    jayashreelakra2014@gmail.com

    8

    15PHY008

    AMIT KUMAR SAHOO 

    sahooamit786@gmail.com

     9

    15PHY009

    PUJASHREEPRIYADARSHINI SETHY

    pujashreepriyadarshini@gmail.com

    10

    15PHY010

    SHAKUNTALA  MURMU

    hembram384@gmail.com

    11

    15PHY011

    RAHUL ROY

    Indira.roy@vedanta.co.in

    12

    15PHY012

    BIKASH KUMAR NAIK

    bknaik@gmail.com

    13

    15PHY013

    P. PRITIBANYA SUBHALAXMI

    titlypritibanya@gmail.com

    14

    15PHY014

    HRUDAY RANJAN NAYAK  

    hrudayranjan01@gmail.com

    15

    15PHY015

    SATYABAN SAHOO

    satyasahoo148@rediffmail.com

    16

    15PHY016

    ANIL KUMAR ROUT

    anil95.rout@gmail.com

    17

    15PHY017

    SUNITA MARNDI 

    marndisunita@gmail.com

    18

    15PHY018

    SOUMYA RANJAN MISHRA

    soumyaphy29@gmail.com

    19

    15PHY019

    PANKAJ KUMAR JENA 

    pjena751@gmail.com

    20

    15PHY020

    BURUMAJHI PADRA 

    bmpadra20041993@gmail.com

    21

    15PHY021

    PRIYABRAT KHATUA

    pkhatua9090@gmail.com

    22

    15PHY022

    NIMAI SWAIN

    nimaiswain94@gmail.com

    23

    15PHY023

    SK RAMJAN

    sheikramjan1995@yahoo.com

    24

    15PHY024

    SIPRASUBHADARSHINI  JENA

    jenasiprasubhadarshini@gmail.com

    25

    15PHY025

     JITENDRA KUMAR SAHOO                                                                                                                        

    jitendrapabitra94@gmail.com

    26

    15PHY026

    SUBRAT  PRADHAN

    subratpradhan656@gmail.com

    27

    15PHY027

    SUNIL KUMAR BEHERA

    kumarsunil89085@gmail.com

    28

    15PHY028

    KARTIKESWAR MAJHI 

    kartikips143@gmail.com

    29

    15PHY029

    PRAGYANPRASU SWAIN

    pragyanprasu@gmail.com

    30

    15PHY030

    DIPTI  RANJAN PATTANAIK

    diptiranphy@gmail.com

     

    M.Sc. (Physics) Part-I (2016-18)

    Sl

    No.

    Department

    Roll No.

    Name of the Students

    E-mail ID

     1

    16PHY001

    Biswajit Biswal

    bbiswal518@gmail.com

    2

    16PHY002

    Saumyashree Baral

    baralsaumyashree123@gmail.com

    3

    16PHY003

    Swagatika Behera

    swagatika5000@gmail.com

    4

    16PHY004

    Chinmaya Kar

    chinmaya1204@gmail.com

    5

    16PHY005

    Tribhuban Parida

    tribhuban.parida@yahoo.in

    6

    16PHY006

    Pratik Kumar Panda

    pandapratikkumar567@gmail.com

    7

    16PHY007

    Biswajit Panda

    biswajitgoura96@gmail.com

    8

    16PHY008

    Kanhu Charan Swain

    swainkanhucharan197@gmail.com

     9

    16PHY009

    Sonali Pradhan

    sonalipra8@gmail.com

    10

    16PHY010

    Barnali Brahma

    barnalibrahma23@gmail.com

    11

    16PHY011

    Tabasum Rahnuma

    rahnumatabasum03@gmail.com

    12

    16PHY012

    Gupteswar Samal

    gsamal20@gmail.com

    13

    16PHY013

    Sagar Mahapatra

    sagarmahapatra999@gmail.com

    14

    16PHY014

    Subash Chandra Behera

    subashph.ru@gmail.com

    15

    16PHY015

    Birendra Chhotaray

    birkhd@rediffmail.com

    16

    16PHY016

    Tapas Kumar Mishra

    tapasmishra120@gmail.com

    17

    16PHY017

    Abhijit Sahoo

    abhijjtcoolfire@gmail.com

    18

    16PHY018

    Pradeep Kumar Sahoo

    pksahoo302@gmail.com

    19

    16PHY019

    Bikash Kumar Das

    bikashkumardas03@gmail.com

    20

    16PHY020

    Biswa Ranjan Mohanty

    chiku269@gmail.com

    21

    16PHY021

    Shubham Kumar Dash

    shubhamkumar.dash2@gmail.com

    22

    16PHY022

    Smrutiranjan Khandual

    srkhandual1@gmail.com

    23

    16PHY023

    Sushri Sangya Jena

    sushreesoumyajena@gmail.com

    24

    16PHY024

    Gajendra Hansdah 

    gajendra.hamsdah@gmail.com

    25

    16PHY025

    Harekrushna Behera

    bharekrushna143@gmail.com

    26

    16PHY026

    Taranga Dehury

    tarangadehury@gmail.com

    27

    16PHY027

    Anjali Majhi

    anjali5105majhi@gmail.com

    28

    16PHY028

    Prabhudatta Behera

    jitu.prabhucharming@gmail.com

    29

    16PHY029

    Ashutosh Sahoo

    asahoo786@gmail.com

    30

    16PHY030

    Choudhury Abinash Bhuyan

    cabhuyan123@gmail.com

    31

    16PHY031

    Raghunath Pradhan

    puntuschand99@gmail.com

    32

    16PHY032

    B Sheetal Priyadarshini

    sheetalbhatta@gmail.com

     

     

     

     

     

    M.Phil. (Physics) (2016-17)

    Sl.No

    Roll No.

     Name of the Students

              e-mail

        1

    271

    Rutuparna Samal

    rutusamal2010@gmail.com

      2

    273

    Sonu Sahoo

    sonusahoo666@gmail.com

      3

    274

    Baijayantibala Ransingh

    baijayantibalaransingh1994@gmail.com

       4

    278

    Puspanjali Nayak

    uv2015puspa@gmail.com

     

                                                                      Ph.D. (Physics) Course work  (2016-17)

    Sl

    No.

    Roll No

    Name of the students

          e-mail

    1

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 01

    Supriya Karan

    supriyakaran555@gmail.com 

    2

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 02

    V.S. Manikandan

    manikandasiva88 @gmail.com

    3

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 03

    Adyasha Aparimita

    adyasha.apparimita@gmail.com

    4

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 04

    Salila Kumar Sethy

    hsethy29@gmail.com

    5

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 05

    Sanjay Kumar Nayak

    sanjaynayak1790@gmail.com

    6

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 06

    Rajesh Sahoo

    rajeshjitu17@gmail.com

    7

    16PHY Pre-Ph.D. 07

    Hrushikesha Mahapatra

    hmahapatra1992@gmail.com

     

                                              RESEARCH  SCHOLAR

    Sl

    No.

                  Name of the students

          e-mail

    1

    Priyanka Priyadarshini  Pruseth

    pkpruseth@gmail.com

    2

    Subhashree  Mohanty

    subhaphy1@gmail.com

    3

    Jahangir Mohammed

     

    jahangir.isi@gmail.com

    4

    Rozalin Panda

    panda.rozalin2@gmail.com

    5

    Mukta Behera

    muktaphysics@gmail.com

    6

    Srikanta Panda

    srikanta106@gmail.com

    7

    Bipin Bihari Tripathy

    Tripathy.bipin@gmail.com

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                                                                                                            Head, Department of Physics

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                                                                                                 (Prof. Naresh Chandra Mishra)

                                                                                        Head  of  the  Department of Physics

                                                                                            email: nareshcmishra@gmail.com

                                                                                                         Mobile : 9437889778

     

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    equipment, Chemicals, Computer items, AC, AMC of Computers and equipments,

    Electrical/Civil renovation etc. from reputed firms so as to reach the undersigned by 26.3.2013.

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    from the Physics Department, Utkal University. The authorities reserve the right to reject any or

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    Head of the Department of Physics

    Email: nareshcmishra@gmail.com

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