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The course is designed to bridge the gap between materials science and data science, enabling students to leverage data-driven approaches for materials research, development, and characterization
Rationale: This course provides synthesis and characterization methods used for different type of materials. It will enhance ability of students to address new problems in the rapidly changing technological scenario.
Prerequisite, if any: Basics of semiconductor physics
The department of Physics at Chandigarh University has established itself as a premier department of Physics in the northern region of country imparting skill based knowledge in all the key areas of Physics. Faculty members are highly skilled and have rich experience from eminent institutions worldwide. The department has collaboration with many leading research universities/institutes of the world owing to which department has published many articles in peer reviewed journals. The department has latest laboratory facilities to promote developments in various areas of experimental as well as theoretical physics. In addition, Physics department has provided a platform to nurture young minds in the field of physics by providing excellent research facilities and innovative pedagogical tools.
Department of Chemistry, in Chandigarh University has set a milestone in delivering academic & research excellence since inception. It has not only contributed immensely to the development of chemical sciences and culture but has also emerged as a key department for imparting teaching and for pursuing research in all disciplines of chemical sciences. Department of Chemistry aims to prepare its students to be creative and independent. The objective of Department of Chemistry is to furnish the students with techniques and skills so that they can be able to contribute in achieving innovative and indigenous solutions to scientific problems related to our society. In promoting the mission of Chandigarh University for advancing the chemistry in its pursuit of excellence in higher education, its endeavor is to make the department a centre of an academic excellence promoting access to an inclusive and Quality education; a knowledge cluster in partnership with neighboring institutions of higher learning industry and civil society and a premier department in producing highly employable and committed students instilled with critical thinking, scientific temper and gentle ethical values.
This course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to effectively analyze and interpret data related to materials science research and development. The course aims to combine the principles of data analysis with the unique challenges and characteristics of materials science data.
Title of the Course::
Hands on characterization tools for Nano -Material
Duration of the Course (Hrs.):
Classes will be on Saturday
Certiﬁcate will be provided on successful completion of the program
Honorable Vice Chancellor
Pro-Chancellor Research, Ranking and Accreditations
Director International Relation
Director – UIS
NAAC & OBE Coordinator
Prof. (Chemistry Department)
Prof. (Chemistry Department)
Dr. Anand Somvanshi is working as Assistant Professor Physics in the Department of Physics, University Institute of Sciences, Chandigarh University India. He received the Ph.D. in Physics from the Department of Physics, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Aligarh in 2021. He has expertise in synthesis and characterization of single phase and composite multiferroic nanomaterials. He has 3 years of teaching assistantship experience during PhD from AMU Aligarh and 2 years of Teaching experience in Department of Physics, UIS, Chandigarh University. His research endeavors have culminated in the publication of 23 research papers in esteemed international peer-reviewed journals, alongside 17 conference proceedings indexed in Scopus. His primary research interests revolve around the fascinating domains of Spintronics and Multiferroic materials.
Dr Easwaramoorthi Ramasamy is working as Scientist-D in Centre for Solar Energy Materials International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI) Hyderabad, Telangana India. Dr Easwaramoorthi Ramasamy received PhD Degree in Energy Engineering in 2008 from Korea University of Science & Technology. He has 21 Publication in Peer Reviewed Journals. He has expertise in Energy Conversion and Storage Technologies, Device Physics, Optoelectric Characterization, Green Synthesis of Nanomaterials.
Dr. Pooja Rani is working as an Assistant Professor in the department of UITTR, Chandigarh University. She is a sedulous and determined educationist who holds triple masters in Mathematics, Economics and Education along with Ph.D. in Education (Abacus).
She has presented 16 research papers and published 11 in various national and international journals. She is a professional Vedic Mathematics and Abacus instructor and is ardent to widen the practice of mental calculation among the learners.