National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

Department Of Physics

RESEARCH AREAS/ACTIVITIES :

High Energy and Radiation Physics

Nano-technology

Molecular Spectroscopy

Polymer Physics

Condensed matter Physics

Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors

Research facilities available:

  1. Scanning Electron Microscope (JEOL)
  2. Atomic Force Microscope (SOLVER)
  3. X-ray Fluorescence (RIGAKU)
  4. X-ray Diffractometer (RIGAKU)
  5. UV-Visible (CAMSPEC)
  6. Video Image Analyzer (LEICA)
  7. FTIR (BOMEN)

ONGOING PROJECTS:

Sr. No Funding

Agency

Grant (Rs.)

Duration

PI,

Title

1.

DRDO New Delhi

14.87 lacs

3 Yrs.

Dr. J. K. Quamara

Low temperature relaxation investigations in energetic Ion irradiated engineering polymers

2.

DST

New Delhi

15.50 Lacs

3 Yrs.

Dr. Ashavani Kumar

Study of high energy ions fragmentation and their applications in hydrotherapy and space radiation.

3.

UGC

New Delhi

5.75 Lacs


 

3 Yrs.

Dr. R.P.Chauhan

a) Estimation of fertilizers

induced radioactivity in plants.


 

4.

DST

New Delhi

19.02 lacs

3 Yrs.

Dr. Anurag Guar

Synthesis and characterization of multiferroic materials with magnetoelectric properties

5.

 

B.R.N.S. Mumbai

30.00 lacs

3 Yrs

Dr. R.P.Chauhan

Study of the factors affecting radon levels in dwellings through measurement and CFD based modeling

STATUS OF Ph. D STUDENTS :

No.

Department

Degrees awarded

No.of candidates presently registered

1.

Physics

16

19

 

Research Output (Last 5 years) :

Publications :

  1. International/National Journal : 115
  2. International/National Conference : 192

NIT Kurukshetra is one of the premier technical institutes of the country. Founded in 1963 as Regional Engineering College Kurukshetra, the institute was rechristened as National Institute of Technology on June 26, 2002.