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Applied Physics


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Department of Applied Physics was conceived in the year 1986 along with the inception of the Institute with an aim to provide scopes to build the foundation stones for higher studies in Engineering and other allied fields.The department offers Ph.D. in various specializations of the discipline.The backbone of the department is quality research, experienced faculty members and latest infrastructure.

Vision

To meet the diverse needs of an international learning community and contribute to society and its economic development through research, excellent teaching and high quality student support.

Mission

To impart quality education to the students and to let them feel that Physics is the father of all Science and Engineering. Provide the best fundamental and applied research results to the scientific and engineering communities to enable the development of Knowledge-based and technology based industries.

Other

OBJECTIVES

  • Quality and continuous improvement
  • The faculty members of the department are committed towards improving the knowledge, skills, and abilities by availing opportunities for professional development and achievement.
  • To promote ethical and responsible behavior among the students
  • To engage in research, consulting services, and related activities that address the needs of the applied physics.

News & Events

30

Aug

Faculty Development Program ON “Recent Advances in Theoretical and Experimental Physics and Future Perspectives of AICTE New Syllabus”

  • This Faculty Development Programme (FDP) aims at the professional development of faculty of Physics from all engineering institutes, affiliated with CSVTU Bhilai. It will help them to transfer their knowledge to the students and improve their teaching ski

13

Jun

Hands on Physics Experiment Training

  • Hands on Physics Experiment Training for Participant PGT Physics Teachers (Kendriya Vidyalaya) in “Content Enrichment and Pedagogical Training”

01

Mar

BITCON 2019

  • National Conference on "Current Trends & Future Perspectives of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology"

16

Feb

Paper Presentation Competition

  • Ojas 2018

15

Feb

BITCON 2018

  • BITCON 2018

29

Jan

BITCON 2017

  • BITCON 2017
Faculty
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Dr. Samit Tiwari

Professor & Head

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Dr. Ruby Das

Professor

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Mr. C. S. Robinson

Associate Professor

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Dr. Rajesh Lalwani

Associate Professor

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Dr. Prashant Kumar Sahu

Assistant Professor

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Dr. Raunak Kumar Tamrakar

Assistant Professor

Staff
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Mr. Nanaji Katre

Sr. Lab Assistant Employee ID : 20002 Date of Joining : 03-09-1986 Nature of Association : Regular
Laboratory

  1. Laboratory Details

Name of Laboratory/ Size

Significant Equipments and Software Available

Applied Physics Lab  /

18x9 sq m.

Deflection  & Vibration Magnetometer, Stoke &Poissuielle viscosity meter, Callender& Barnes Calorimeter, Logic Gates, Carry Foster’s Bridge, e/m  by Thompson’s Method Kit, Traveling Microscope, Sonometer, Potentiometer, Bar Pendulum, Fly Wheel, Transistor & Diode Characteristics, Comparison of E.M.F. Jaeger’s Apparatus, Thermal Conductivity Measurement, Energy gap measurment with Four Probe etc.etc.

Optics lab / 6x9 sq m.

Nodal slide assembly, Newton’s Ring  apparatus, Bi-Prism assembly, Telescope, Laser optics lab, Optical Fiber, Photoconductivity Measurement Unit, Spectrometer with imported grating, Michelson Interferometer, Lux Meter, UV&  Helium-Neon laser source, Mercury Lamp ,Monochromatic Sodium Light Source etc.

Research Lab

/ 15x9 sq m.

Spin and dip coating unit for preparation of thin films, Ball Mill apparatus, Centrifuge machine, Electronic Single Pan Balance, Triple Distillation Unit, Ultrasonic Cleaner, Magnetic Rotor, Digital pH Meter & Conductivity Meter, Magnetic Stirrer(With Hot Plate), Muffle furnaces with Digital Temperature controller, UV Double Beam Spectrophotometer(with computer & software), Digital Pico Ammeter, Digital Nano Ammeter, Photoluminescence study kit, Mechano luminescence study kit, storage oscilloscope, Optical filters, Resistivity measurement of near insulators using Two Probe kit(with software). Hall Effect Kit , kithelysourcemeter etc.

Research & Development

DETAILS OF SPONSORED RESEARCH

Sl. No.

Title of Research Project

Name of PI/Co-PI/ Joint PI

Duration of the Project

Total Grants Received
(in Lakhs)

Name of the funding agency

1

NIR-Sensitive GD 203 based materials as triggers for photoreaction of photosensitive materials for biomedical application”

Dr. Kanchan Upadhyay,

Mentor- Dr. Raunak Kumar Tamrakar

(3 Years)

2021-2024

33.468

Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi (DST) Govt. of India

2

A Novel approach to the synthesis of photosensitive non structure material their characterization for Utilization of solar energy in Chhattisgarh

Dr. Rajesh Lalwani, Dr. Devi Singh Raghuvanshi, Dr. Ruby Das

(1 Year)

2019 - 2020

2.0

TEQIP - III, CSVTU, Bhilai

3

Studies of luminescence properties of rare earth doped and co-doped phosphors

Dr. Manmeet Kaur Bhuie, Dr. Prashant Kumar Sahu, Dr. Mimi Akash Pateria

(1 Year)

2019 - 2020

2.0

TEQIP - III, CSVTU, Bhilai

4

Mechanoluminescence and the rmoluminescence studies of rare earth activated phosphors for display and mechanical sensors

Dr. Vikash Vubey, Dr. Raunak Kumar Tamrakar.

(1 Year)

2019 - 2020

2.0

TEQIP - III, CSVTU, Bhilai

5

Development of low cost and high performance polymer gas sensor

Dr. Devi Singh Raghuvanshi, Dr. Rajesh Lalwani, Mr. B. Gopal Krishna

(1 Year)

2019 - 2020

2.0

TEQIP - III, CSVTU, Bhilai

6

Mechanoluminescence for crack detection in cementitious structure

Mr. Ram Krishna Mishra, Dr. Raunak Kumar Tamrakar.

(1 Year)

2019-2020

2.5

TEQIP - III, CSVTU, Bhilai

7

Synthesis and Characterization of Rare Earth doped GdAlO3 Phosphors

Dr. Samit Tiwari, Dr. Raunak Kr. Tamrakar

(3 Years)

2015 -2018

4.4

Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology, Raipur (CGCOST)

8

Synthesis and Characterization of doped Nano crystalline CdSe and CdS Thin Films Suitable for Sensor Applications

Dr. (Mrs.) Ruby Das, Dr. Rajesh Lalwani

 (3 Years)

2012 - 2015

1.0

UGC - DAE, IUC-CSR, Indore

Total

49.368 Lakhs

 

DETAILS OF FACULTY MEMBERS ELIGIBLE AS Ph.D. SUPERVISOR

S. No.

Subject/ Branch

Name

Designation (as per Statue 19 of State Govt.)

Research Areas

Total Teaching Experience

Vacant Position of Seat of Ph.D. Scholars

Total

UG

PG

GEN

OBC

SC

ST

Total

1

Applied Physics

Dr. Ruby Das

Professor

Experimental Solid State Physics - Preparation and characterization of thin films, Nano materials

25

25

 

 

 

 

 

3

2

Applied Physics

Dr. Samit Tiwari

Professor

Solid State Physics, Materials Science, Bio-Medical Physics

23

23

 

 

 

 

 

6

3

Applied Physics

Dr. Rajesh Lalwani

Associate Professor

Thin Films, Nanotechnology, Materials Science

16

16

02

 

 

 

 

5

4

Applied Physics

Dr. Raunak Kumar Tamrakar

Assistant Professor

Solid State Physics, Luminescence

10

10

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

DETAILS OF STTP/WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS ORGANIZED

S.No

 Title

TYPE(SEMINAR/

WORKSHOP/

STTP/Guest Lecture)

Name of organizers

Resource Person Complete Information

Dates

Level (National/International)

No of participants

Sponsoring agency

Amount sponsored

(Rs.)

1

Engineering Physics

STTP

NMEICT (MHRD) IIT Bombay

 IIT Bombay

08th – 18th November 2015

National

14

NMEICT (MHRD) IIT Bombay

 

2

Recent Advances in Theoretical and Experimental Physics and Future Perspectives of AICTE New Syllabus

FDP

Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg (C.G.)

Dr. K.K. Sugandhi

Ex-Professor Department of Physics NIT, Raipur (C.G.)

 

Dr. Mukul Gupta

Scientist UGC-DAE CSR, Indore (M.P.)

 

Dr. Anjali Oudhia

Professor,
Department of Physics Govt. Science College, Raipur (C.G.

30th – 31st August 2019

 

National

21

CSVTU Bhilai Under TEQIP-III

50,000

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