DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

UnderGraduate level PostGraduate level Labs and research Ph.D

Chairman
M.L.Matta Ph.D.
Professor
S.K. Chakarvarti Ph.D.
Assistant Professor  
M.L.Matta Ph.D.
Lecturers
S.K.Mahna Ph.D.
B.K.Kaushik Ph.D.
J.K.Quamara Ph.D.

UNDER GRADUATE COURSES
Two compulsory courses are taught to under-graduates. In the first year the subject of Physical Optics , Electro-Magnetism and Atomic Physics are taught while in the second year Solid State Physics and Nuclear Energy are covered.

POST-GRADUATE COURSES
The department runs an M.Tech. degree course in Instrumentation. The aim of the course is to prepare scientific and engineering personnel for a design development career in the field of Instrumentation. The course lays emphasis on the technological approach to the design and development of instruments / techniques which find application in industries or in the laboratories of opto-electronics teaching/research institutions . There is also provision for a 2-semester M.Tech. course for students having PG diploma in Scientific Instrumentation.


LABORATORY FACILITIES
The facilities include:

RESEARCH FACILITIES
The department offers facilities for research in various fields of Applied Physics, including Nano/Microtechnology, Applications of solid Nuclear Track Detectors, Instrumentation & sensors, conducting polymers, Dielectrics and theoretical Physics. Instruments and systems include Scanning Tunneling Microscope, Pentium III/IV Computers, Vacuum Coating Unit, UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, X-ray diffraction unit, Fibre-optic kit, electrometers, X-Y/t Recorders Potentiostat/Galvanostat, CCTV, storage oscilloscopes, DMM, High voltage D.C. Units, MHz Precision LCz meter, Research Microscope and Precision LCZ meter Radiometer. Besides, a corona charging set up is available for research in Electrophotography. The department is equipped with a small mechanical workshop for routine fabrication work of instruments and components.


CONSULTANCY/INDUSTRIAL COLLABORATION


Technical know-how of Opto electronic Instruments has been released to industrial organisations.

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