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About Department:

The Department of Basic Science & Humanities was also established in 2012 with the other departments. The department comprises of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Humanities. Since its commencement, the department has impart quality education and training at the undergraduate level in various areas of Engineering. The infrastructure and lab facilities are being established to provide adequate opportunities for students to learn practical aspect of Basic Science & Humanities. The language laboratory was designed By IIT Kharagpur which is worth mentioning for betterment of communication skill.

Objectives of the department:

  • To train the students in English communication skills apart from regular curriculum and syllabus.
  • Exposure to telephonic interviews, video conferencing and public speaking.
  • Group Discussion practice, Extempore, Presentations through overhead projectors, slides, videos etc.
  • To develop expert knowledge in the field of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics.

Mission of the department:

  • Support core engineering programmes by strengthening the knowledge base of the student in initial few semesters.
  • Prepare and groom final year engineering students in view of HR and communication related aspects to face interviews for industrial and corporate jobs
  • Encourage motivated and enthusiastic B. Tech students to pursue higher studies in M. Tech. so that they can further opt for research career
  • in interdisciplinary fields.
  • Vision of the department
  • To prepare proper knowledge base of basic science and humanities for B. Tech. students so that they can understand their complex engineering techniques and use basic scientific knowledge to design solutions for fundamental and advanced engineering problems. Preparation of manpower with sound technical knowledge for futuristic scientific research is also one of the major goals of this department.

Courses offered:

  • Values and Ethics in Profession
  • Technical Communication and Language Lab Practice.
  • Introduction to Management and Group behavior.
  • Economics for Industrial Growth/Engineers.
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Mathematics
  • Numerical Analysis

The Department has following Laboratory Facilities:

Laboratory Name

Facilities available

Engineering Physics Lab. I

  • Rigidity modulus measurement set up
  • Young Modulus measurement set up
  • Carrey Foster method- measurement of resistivity set up
  • Coefficient of viscosity measurement set up
  • Searle’s method –Good conductivity measurement set up
  • Lee’s method – Bad conductivity measurement set up

Engineering Physics Lab. –Dark Room

  • Newton’s ring experimental set up
  • Dispersive power of prism measurement set up
  • Numerical Aperture measurement set up

Engineering Physics Lab. II

  • Planck’s constant measurement set up
  • Thermoelectric power measurement set up
  • Band gap measurement set up
  • Stefan’s constant measurement set up
  • Galvanometer resistance measurement (half deflection method ) set up
  • Solar Cell characteristics experimental set up
  • Hall effect experimental set up
  • e/m ratio measurement set up

Research Laboratory

  • Fundamental research facilities for enthusiastic students

Innovation Laboratory

  • Innovative projects and project making tools

Engineering Chemistry Lab.

  • Key concepts and theories in chemistry and how they are related to engineering applications.
  • The relation between theoretical chemistry and the environmental phenomenon in a variety of natural contexts, their impacts.
  • Common laboratory techniques including digital pH meter and conductivity cell, titrimetric analysis.
  • The use of the techniques mentioned above to solve chemical problems in tutorial classes

Language Lab.

  • Advanced and updated communication related software(s)
  • Sensitive headsets
  • Advanced Speakers
  • High resolution projector
  • White board etc.

BSH Seminar

One day seminar on” Emerging Trends in Advanced Science and Humanities for the Application in Technology”, Speakers: Mr. A. Banerjee, Prof. S. K. Bandyopadhyay, Prof. K. K. Chattopadhyay, Dr. D. Banerjee, 22nd April 2016

BSH Seminar

Invited Talk on “Breaking Barriers: An Interactive Session on Latest Interview Techniques”, speakers: Dr. Summauli Pyne, Mr. Abhradeep Basu Mallik, 19th April 2017.

BSH Seminar

Induction programme for freshers, conducted by home faculties and entrepreneurs, 23rd July 2017 to 31st July 2017.

Publications/Conferences/Books

Physics:

Faculty Name: Dr. N. N. Mondal

1. Nagendra Nath Mondal, “Versatile Nature of the Earth causes Disasters”,Journal of Environmental Research and Development9/1 (Bhopal, Sep., 2014) pp. 75-82.ISSN 2319-5983

2. Nagendra Nath Mondal, “Study Chromaticity of Solar Spectrum”, International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics4 (NY, Sep.,2014) 510-518.DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2014.43047: ISSN: 2161-4717

3. Nagendra Nath Mondal, “Discovered Solar Positronium”, International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics,4 (NY,Dec., 2014) 620-627.DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2014.44057

4. Nagendra Nath Mondal, “Dose the fifth state of matter originate the early Universe ?”, Journal of Physical Science and Application, 5(6) (2015) 407-41,4DOI:10.17265/2159-5348/2015.06.004, ISSN: 2159-5348

5. Nagendra Nath Mondal, “Discovery of Light-Light Scattering (A test of Primordial Universe)”, International Journal of Astronomy & Astrophysics Physics, 6(NY, Nov., 2016) 384-392.DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2016.64031ISSN:

6. Nagendra Nath Mondal, “Development of a Solar Spectrum Monitor based on Diffraction Grating”, IOSR-Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 8, Issue 6 (Gaziabad, UP, Dec. 2016) pp 01-03, ISSN:2278-4861.

7. Nagendra Nath Mondal, A Monte Carlo Simulation study of Most Likely Position(MLP) and Position Vector (PV) methods in TOFPET, arxiv.org/pdf/1006.5498

* Before joining this institute Dr. Nagendra Nath Mondal, had published more than 55 papers in the distinguished International journals and Proceedings such as " Y. Shioe, N. N. Mondal, M. Chiba, T. Hirose, M. Fuji, H. Nakahara, S. Sueki, T. Shirakawa, M. Utsumi; "Measurement of Neutron Production Rate Regarding the Quantity of LiNbO3 in the Fracturing Process under D2 Atmosphere", NUOVO CIMENTO 112A/10 (1999) 1059 – 1066: From Nobel Laureate-2015 T. Kajita's Lab.

Faculty Name Dr. N. S. Das (Physics)

1. An efficient on-board metal-free nanocatalyst for controlled room temperature hydrogen production ,Chem. Sci., 2017, Advance Article RSC, Impact Factor: 9.144

2. Effect of Cobalt Doping into Graphitic Carbon Nitride on Photo Induced Removal of Dye from Water , Materials Research Bulletin (In Press-2017) Elsevier

3. Defect Induced Tuning of Photoluminescence Property in Graphitic Carbon Nitride Nanosheets through Synthesis Conditions,Journal of Luminescence (In Press-2017), Elsevier, Impact Factor: 1.675

4. All-amorphous CNT-MnO2 nanoflaky hybrid for improved supercapacitor applications,Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry (778, 2016, 12–22) Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.822

5. CdS nanoparticle coated carbon nanotube through magnetron sputtering and its improved field emission performance,Current Applied Physics (16 (2016) 1293e1302) Elsevier, Impact Factor: 2.144

6. Amorphous carbon nanotubes incorporated MgO-graphite composite with enhanced properties for steel making furnaces, Ceramic International (42 (2016) 15826–15835) Elsevier With Industrial Collaboration, Impact Factor: 2.758

7. Size Dependent Photoluminescence Property of Hydrothermally Synthesized Crystalline Carbon Quantum Dots, Journal of Luminescence, Article in press, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 1.675

8. Tailoring the optical and hydrophobic property of zinc oxide nanorod by coating with amorphous grapheme, Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 83, 47-55, Elsevier, Impact Factor: 2.000

9. Easy synthesis of porous carbon mesospheres and its functionalization with titania nanoparticles for enhanced field emission and photocatalytic activity,Materials Chemistry and Physics 175, 22-32, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.129

10. Enhanced Adsorption of Hexavalent Chromium onto Magnetic Calcium Ferrite Nanoparticles: Kinetic, Isotherm, and Neural Network Modeling, DOI:10.1080/01932691.2016.1141100,2016, Taylor & Francis, Impact Factor: 0.795

11. Colossal magnetoresistance in amino-functionalized graphene quantum dots at room temperature: manifestation of weak anti-localization and doorway to spintronics, Nanoscale 8 (15), 8245-8254, 2016, RSC(Royal Society of Chemistry),Impact Factor: 7.394

12. rGO-Wrapped flowerlike Bi2Se3 nanocomposite: synthesis, experimental and simulation-based investigation on cold cathode applications,RSC Advances 6 (31), 25900-25912,2016, RSC(Royal Society of Chemistry),Impact Factor:3.84

13. Dual Effort to Correlate the Electron Field Emission Performance of Carbon Nanotubes with Synthesis as well as Annealing Temperature: Theoretical Support of the Experimental Finding.Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 15, 1-8,2016, American Scientific publishers,Impact Factor: 1.524

14. Unique combination of zero–one–two dimensional carbon–titania hybrid for cold cathode application, Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures 74, 244-250, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.000

15. A simple chemical synthesis of amorphous carbon nanotubes–MnO2 flake hybrids for cold cathode application,Applied Surface Science 347, 824-831, 2015, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.711

16. Synthesis of CuBO2 nano/microrods via easy molten salt route and study of its field emission properties,Crystal Growth & Design 15 (3), 1518-1525,2015, ACS (American Chemical Society),Impact Factor: 4.891

17. Experimental and theoretical investigation of enhanced cold cathode emission by plasma-etched 3d array of nanotips derived from CuPc nanotube,RSC Advances 5 (30), 23847-23854, 2015, RSC(Royal Society of Chemistry),Impact Factor:3.84

18. CuBO2: a new highly transparent p-type wide band gap electron field emitter,Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 47 (50), 505301, 2014, IOP,Impact Factor: 2.721

19. Optical constants, dispersion energy parameters and dielectric properties of ultra-smooth nanocrystalline BiVO 4 thin films prepared by rf-magnetron sputtering,Solid State Sciences 33, 58-66, 2014, Elsevier,Impact Factor:1.839

20. Combined effect of oxygen deficient point defects and Ni doping in radio frequency magnetron sputtering deposited ZnO thin films,Thin Solid Films 562, 37-42, 2014, Elsevier,Impact Factor:1.759

21. Easy synthesis of amorphous graphene and related hybrids for cold cathode application ,Carbon 72, 4-14, 2014, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 6.196

22. Wide band gap p-type CuBO2 nanostructures by hydrothermal route and fabrication high quality p-CuBO 2/n-ZnO nano-heterojunction,Chemical Physics Letters 604, 97-100, 2014, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.337

23. NiO nanosteps on Ni: wide band gap p-type nanostructure for efficient cold cathode and magnetically separable photocatalyst,Materials Research Express 1 (2), 025902, 2014, IOP,Impact Factor: to be received in 2017

24. Improvement of adhesion and continuity of polypyrrole thin films through surface modification of hydrophobic substrates,Journal of Applied Polymer Science 131 (2),2014, Wiley,Impact Factor: 1.600

25. Controlled surface damage of amorphous and crystalline carbon nanotubes for enhanced field emission,Physica status solidi (b) 250 (9), 1919-1925, 2013, Wiley,Impact Factor: 1.48

26. Wide band gap p-type nanocrystalline CuBO2 as a novel UV photocatalyst,Materials Research Bulletin 48 (7), 2669-2677,2013, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.288

27. Template Free Synthesis of Mesoporous CuO Nano Architects for Field Emission Applications,Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 13 (4), 2722-2728, 2013, American Scientific publishing,Impact Factor: 1.524

28. Realizing Direct Gap, Polytype, Group ???A Delafossite: Ab Initio Forecast and Experimental Validation Considering Prototype CuAlO2,J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 4 (20), pp 3539–3543, 2013, ACS (American Chemical Society),Impact Factor: 7.458

29. Enhanced Ultraviolet Emission from Mg Doped SnO2 Nanocrystals at Room Temperature and Its Modulation upon H2 Annealing,The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 117 (12), 6454-6461, 2013, ACS (American Chemical Society),Impact Factor: 4.772

30. Fabrication of barium/strontium carbonate coated amorphous carbon nanotubes as an improved field emitter,Applied Physics A 110 (2), 493-499 Springer,Impact Factor: 1.704

31. Sol–gel synthesis and characterization of wide band gap p-type nanocrystalline CuBO2,Materials Letters 92, 198-201,2013, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.489

32. Thickness optimized nanocrystalline ZnO-coated silicon nanowires for cold cathode application,Journal of Materials Science 48 (2), 750-757,2013, Springer,Impact Factor: 2.371

33. Edge effect enhanced electron field emission in top assembled reduced graphene oxide assisted by amorphous CNT-coated carbon cloth substrate,AIP Advances 3 (1), 012115, 2013, American Institute of Physics publishing,Impact Factor: 1.524

34. Enhancement of field emission and hydrophobic properties of silicon nanowires by chemical vapor deposited carbon nanoflakes coating,Applied Surface Science 261, 223-230,2012, Elsevier,Impact Factor: 2.711

Faculty Name: Dr. Sananda Jana(Physics)

1. “Investigation on wetting and hence surface energy of vertically aligned silicon nanowires” S. Jana, Shyamal Mondal, S. R. Bhattacharyya J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 13 (2013) 3983-3989

2. “Fabrication of PbS nanoparticles coated amorphous carbon nanotubes: Structural, thermal and field emission properties” S. Jana, D. Banerjee, A. Jha, K. K. Chattopadhyay Material Research Bulletine 46 (2011) 1659-1664

3. “Microscopic and optical investigation of morphology controlled PbS micro/nano crystals synthesized through hydrothermal route” S. Jana, N. S. Das, B. Kamaliya, K. K. Chattopadhyay J. Adv. Microsc. Res. 6 (2011) 109-115

4. “Improvement of field emission properties of PbS thin films by amorphous carbon coating” S. Jana, D. Banerjee, B. Kamaliya, K. K. Chattopadhyay J. Nano-Electron. Phys. 3 (2011) 542-550

5. “CuO nanostructures on copper foil by a simple wet chemical route at room temperature” S. Jana, S. Das, N. S. Das, K. K. Chattopadhyay Material Research Bulletine 45 (2010) 693-698

6. “Synthesis of tetrapod like PbS microcrystals by hydrothermal route and its optical characterization” S. Jana, S. Goswami, S. Nandy and K. K. Chattopadhyay Journal of Alloys and Compounds 481 (2009) 806-810

7. “Optical and dielectric properties of PVA capped nanocrystalline PbS films synthesized by chemical bath deposition” S. Jana, R. Thapa, R. Maity and K .K. Chattopadhyay Physica E 40 (2008) 3121-3126

8. “Synthesis, structural and optical characterization of nanocrystalline ternary Cd1-xZnxS thin film by chemical process” S. Jana, R. Maity, S. Das, M. K .Mitra and K. K. Chattopadhyay Physica E 39 (2007) 109-114

9. “Size dependent optical and dielectric properties of nanocrystalline ZnS thin films synthesized via rf-magnetron sputtering technique” P. K. Ghosh, S. Jana, S. Nandy, K. K. Chattopadhyay Material Research bulletine 42 (2007) 505-514 10. “Photoluminescence and field emission properties of ZnS:Mn nanoparticles synthesized by rf-magnetron sputtering technique” P. K. Ghosh, Sk Ahmed, S. Jana, K. K. Chattopadhyay Optical Materials 29 (2007) 1584-1590

11. “Field emission from ZnS nanorods synthesized by radio frequency magnetron sputtering technique” P. K. Ghosh, U. N. Maiti, S. Jana, K. K. Chattopadhyay Applied Surface Science 253 (2006) 1544-1550

12. “Effect of particle size and inter-electrode distance on the field-emission properties of nanocrystalline CdS grown in a polymer matrix by chemical bath deposition” P. K. Ghosh, S. Jana, U. N. Maiti, K. K. Chattopadhyay Physica E 35 (2006) 178-182

Faculty Name: Dr. Ritabrata Bhowmick(Chemistry)

1. A paper entitled “Ab initio derivation of a dataset of real temperature thermodynamic properties: Case study with SiC” was published in the journal “Modelling and Simulation in Material Science and Engineering” (volume 17, number 7, date of publication 14 August, 2009) IOP SCIENCE, UK

2. A paper entitled “Thermodynamics and oxidation behavior of crystalline silicon carbide(3C) with atomic oxygen and ozone” is published in the journal of “International Scholarly Research Network Thermodynamics”,Volume2012, Article ID 108781, 8 pages

3. A paper entitled “An ab initio Approach to Construct Clay Mineral Structures : I. Kaolinite” was published in the journal “Clay Research” (volume 30, number 2, December 2011) , INDIA.

4. A paper entitled “An ab initio Approach to Construct Clay Mineral Structures: II. Pyrophyllite” was published in the journal “Clay Research” (volume 31, number 1, June 2012) , INDIA.

5. A paper entitled, “Evaluation of Different Extractants and Profile Distribution of Boron in Guava Orchard in an Inceptisol of Bihar” is published in the journal namedInternational Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management” (volume 7, number 3, May 2016) , INDIA.

6. A paper entitled "Factors affecting the lime requirement in acidic Inceptisols of Jharkhand" is published in the journal “International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management”(volume 7, number 5, October 2016) , INDIA.

Faculty Name : Dr. Sibayan Mukherjee

1. Photophysical investigations and binding strength in supramolecular interaction of a newly designed diporphyrin tweezer with fullerenes C60 and C70 in solution.Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajoy K. Bauri, Sumanta Bhattacharya, Chemical Physics Letters, 500 (2010) 128-139.

2. Spectroscopic and theoretical insights on supramolecular complexation of C60 and C70 with a designed bisporphyrin., Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajoy K. Bauri, Sumanta Bhattacharya, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 77 (2010) 64-72.

3. Investigation on photophysical properties and binding strength for the supramolecular complexes of newly designed diporphyrin with fullerenes.Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajoy K. Bauri, Sumanta Bhattacharya,Journal of Molecular Structure, 965 (2010) 101-108.

4. Determination of binding strength for the supramolecular complexation of a designed bisporphyrin with C60, C70 and their derivatives employing absorption spectrophotometric, fluorescence and quantum chemical calculations, Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajoy K. Bauri, Sumanta Bhattacharya, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 79 (2011) 1952-1958.

5. Synthesis, photophysical investigations and molecular structure of the supramolecular complexes of a newly designed diporphyrin receptor with fullerenes C60 and C70 in solution.,Sibayan Mukherjee, Shrabanti Banerjee, Ajay K. Bauri and Sumanta Bhattacharya*, Journal of Molecular Structure, 1004 (2011) 13-25.

6. Spectroscopic and theoretical insights on non-covalent binding of PyC60 with a designed diporphyrin in solution. Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajay K. Bauri and Sumanta Bhattacharya*, Journal of Solution Chemistry, 42 (2013) 111-124.

7. Photophysical investigations on determination of molecular structure and binding strength for supramolecular complexation between fulleropyrrolidine and a designed bisporphyrin in solution. Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajay K. Bauri and Sumanta Bhattacharya*, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 109 (2013) 32- 36.

8. Spectroscopic and theoretical insights on effective and selective non-covalent binding between fullerenes (C60 and C70) and a designed diporphyrin in solution. Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajoy K. Bauri, and Sumanta Bhattacharya*, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 115 (2013) 835-839.

9. Selective supramolecular fullerene/bisporphyrin interaction in solution:Spectroscopic and theoretical insights.,Sibayan Mukherjee, Ajay K. Bauri, Shrabanti Banerjee, Sumanta Bhattacharya,Journal of Spectroscopy and Dynamics, 4 (2015) 100.

Faculty Name: Dr. Mrinal Saha

1. Structural, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Nickel–Silica Nanocomposite Prepared by a Sol–Gel Route Authors- Mrinal Saha, Soumya Mukherjee, Arup Gayen, Siddhartha Mukherjee, J. Inst. Eng. India Ser. D Vol. 96, Issue 2, 2015, 169-177.

2. Micro Structural, Optical and Magnetic Properties of Co-SiO2 Nanocomposite Synthesized by Sol-Gel Technique Authors- Mrinal Saha, Soumya Mukherjee, Arup Gayen, Siddhartha Mukherjee, J. Inst. Eng. India Ser. D Vol. 98, Issue 1, 2017, 91-99.

3. Microstructure, optical and magnetic properties of inverse spinel CoFe2O4 synthesized by microemulsion process assisted by CTAB and AOT Authors- Mrinal Saha, Siddhartha Mukherjee, Arup Gayen, Journal of the Australian Ceramic Society Vol. 52, Issue 2, 2016, 150 – 162.

4. Albumin matrix assisted wet chemical synthesis of nanocrystalline MFe2O4 (M = Cu, Co and Zn) ferrites for visible light driven degradation of methylene blue by hydrogen peroxide Authors- Mrinal Saha, Siddhartha Mukherjee, Sanjoy Kumar, Subhrajyoti Dey, Arup Gayen RSC Advance Vol. 6, 2016, 58125–58136.

Participation in external programs

Mr. Debasish Roy

1. Took part in Science Exhibition organised by NCERT at Trimurty Bhavan New Delhi with models based on Mathematics and received Certificate of Appreciation.

2. Took part in Science Exhibition organised by Nehru Children’s Museum. Calcutta.

3. Attended Indian Science Congress held in Mysore in the year 1982.

4. I attended Faculty Development Program on Discrete Mathematics of NITTTR, Kolkata in Nov2016 .

5. 5. I , along with the Faculty members of BSH Dept of TI – B, conducted Bridge course for First Year B.Tech students

Mr. Biman Kumar Bhadra

Attended NITTTR Program,Saltlake,Kolkata from 16th to 20th January 2017

Mr. Anibarya Sarkar

1.Participate in faculty development program on ‘INTEGER PROGRAMING AND ITS APPLICATION TO WIRELESS NETWORKS’ conducted by Techno India Batanagar in 2017

2. Participated on one day workshop on ‘RESEARCH METHODLOGY’ conducted by Computer society of India (CSI),Kolkata in 2016

Dr. N. N. Mondal

Participated in various conferences and symposiums in India and abroad, Delivered lectures in different seminars, symposiums and attended a number of faculty development programmes

Dr. N. S. Das

[1] Participated and presented a poster in International seminar on High Temperature Materials in BHU, Feb 2010

[2] Participated Advanced School on High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy

[3] Participated and presented a poster in One day seminar on Experimental Techniques in Condensed Matter Physics

[4] Participated and presented a poster in Some recent trends in research in physics(SRTRP-2016)

[5] Invited Yong Scientist Talk in National Seminar on "RECENT ADVANCES IN MATERIALS SCIENCE" Sponsored by MHRD, GOI, at Belur Ramakrishna Mission College

Dr. S. Jana

Attended and presented papers in

1. Metal assisted chemical etching for light emitting silicon nanowires, S. Jana and S. R. Bhattacharyya, Proceeding of International Conference on Recent Trends in Applied Physics & Material Science (RAM 2013) AIP Conf. Proc. 1536 (2013) 285

2. Size-selected copper nanolclusters for fabrication of isolated size-controlled nanostructuresShyamal Mondal, S. Jana, and S. R. Bhattacharyya, Proceeding of International Conference on Recent Trends in Applied Physics & Material Science (RAM 2013) AIP Conf. Proc. 1536 (2013) 203

3. “Improvement of field emission properties of PbS thin films by amorphous carbon coating” S. Jana , D. Banerjee, B. Kamaliya, K. K. Chattopadhyay Proceedings of the International Symposium on Semiconductor Materials and Devices (ISSMD 2011), pp-362

4. “A simple chemical route to decorate amorphous CNTs with PbS nanoparticles and their enhanced thermal property” S. Jana, K. K. Chattopadhyay, Proceedings of the International Conference on fundamental & Applications of Nanoscience & Technology (ICFANT 2010), pp-226

5. “Fabrication of Fishbone like Wide Band Gap PbS Microcrystals by Solvothermal Route” S. Jana, R. Thapa, K. K. Chattopadhyay, Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Workshop on the Physics of Semiconductor devices (IWPSD-2009), pp-800

6. “Structural properties of ZnS nanoparticals synthesized by RF Magnetron puttering technique” P. K. Ghosh. S. Nandy, S. Jana, K. K. Chattopadhayay, Proceedings of the 13th Internationl Workshop on the Physics of Semiconductor Devices, (IWPSD-2005), pp- 449

Dr. Ritabrata Bhowmick

1. Funding Opportunities and Success Stories of Capturating Grant- 2 Days (July,2014), Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Techno India Group

2. Emerging Trends in Molecular Simulation 5 Days( May,2009) Department of Physics, Indian Association of Cultivation for Science

3. Education and Expectation 2 Days (January, 2010) Visva Bharati(Santiniketan)

4. Theoretical studies in Clay mineral 2 day (June, 2008) Chemical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University

5. Modern Trends in clay mineral Research One day (April 2005) Central Research, Institute for Jute and Allied Fibres(ICAR)

Dr. Sibayan Mukhaerjee

Participated in various conferences and symposiums in India.

Dr. Mrinal Saha

· India-Australia International Workshop on Nanatechnology in Materials and Energy application (29th-31 stDecember 2011, Jadavpur University as a participant)

· Recent Developments and Applications of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (14-15th September 2012, Techno India, Participant in oral presentation)

· International Workshop on Nanomaterial (IWON); Engineering photon and phonon Transport (14-15th December 2012, Jadavpur University, Participant in poster presentation)

  • 67th Annual Technical Meetig Certificate of Partcipation (12-14th November 2013, BHU, Participant in poster presentation)

· Workshop on Materials Characterisation techniques (4-5 th October 2016, Jadavpur University as a participant)

· Recent Status of The Utilization of Low Grade Chromium Bearing Ore (11th November 2016, Jadavpur University, as a participant)

· National Seminar on Emerging Trends in Chemistry (15 th February 2017, Jadavpur University, Participant in poster presentation).