Undergraduates get unprecedented support to conduct research in a wide range of fields including fabrication two-dimensional (2D) materials and their electronic devices,material genomics, applied photonics and optical communications, piezoelectricity and ferroelectricity, high-k dielectrics, thermoelectric devices, molecular electronics, photovoltaic devices and energy applications. The Department of Physics encourages research in experimental and .computational physics as well as future-oriented topics like renewable energies and supercapacitors.
Following research areas are explored under this group
Pilot scale production of ethylene using gas diffusion electrodes
Group Member: Dr. Gangireddy Salla
Group members: Prof. Ranjit Thapa, Dr. Soumyajyoti Biswas, Dr. Supravat Dey
The following areas are investigated:
Group Member: Dr. Amit Chakraborty
High Energy Physics (HEP) is the study of the most fundamental building blocks of nature and to know how it works at the smallest and largest energy scales. Our research efforts aim to understand the nature of space and time, the fundamental forces governing the interactions at the sub-atomic level, and thereby look for new discoveries at various ongoing and proposed experiments.