University of Kota, Kota

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Department of Pure and Applied Physics


The Physics Department of the University has been in existence since 2007 with an objective to provide the physics education of both, pure as well as applied nature, especially, in the field of energy, which being the most important domain of science. Hence, globally occupying the most prominent place among the thrust area activities, even recognized by the department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, that needs to be emphasized on in an integrated fashion by actively involving the industrial sector in general and energy generation plants in particular in order to contribute towards solving the problem of severe energy crisis and the environment related issues.

Courses Offered :

=> M.Sc. Physics (Energy)
=> M. Phil. (Physics)
=> M.Sc. Tech. (Energy Studies)
=> Five year integrated course of Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.), Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Physics
=> M.Tech (Solar Energy)

Thrust Areas of Research :

=> Laser-plasma interaction, plasma filled high power coherent radiation sources, free electron laser (FEL), short pulse laser, parametric instabilities and dusty plasmas.
=> Intense relativistic plasma, microwave electronics, free electron lasers, theoretical studies of ultra short, ultra-intense, laser-plasma interaction, high-harmonic generation, attosecond pulse generation, wake-field acceleration of charged particles, self-focusing of laser beams.
=> Structural, Optical and magnetic properties of High temperature Superconductors and Spintronics material, X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XANES & EXAFS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy using synchrotron radiation.
=> Compton scattering measurements using gamma-rays and synchrotron radiations, ab-initio calculation using linear combination of atomic orbitals, full potential linearized augmented plane wave and spin polarized relativistic Korringa-Khon-Rostoker approaches, etc.
=> Electronic, structural and optical properties of doped and undoped binary semiconductors using experimental and ab-initio techniques, synthesis and characterization of Zn, Cd and Pb based nano wires for potential applications.
=> Renewable and sustainable energy specifically solar thermal, solar buildings, photovoltaics, hybrid systems, energy efficiency and management, heat losses through the collectors, composite layers, development of technology for mini appliances, material development etc.


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