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1.Name and address of the department:Department of Physics, Birjhora Mahavidyalaya

P.O. & Dist. Bongaigaon (Assam), India, PIN-783380

 

  1. 2. Contact address of the department: Om Prakash Sah,Associate Professor

Email:  opbngn@gmail.com,

Mobile No: 09859141036

  1. Telephone number:03664-228808 (office)
  2. Date of establishment of the department:w. e. f. 1986-87
  3. Introduction of major course in Physics:1993
  4. Recognized for Ph.D. level Research (Theoretical Physics):2013
  5. 7. Built-up area of the department in sq. m.:317 m
  6. List of current teaching staff:

1) Name:Dr. Om Prakash Sah

Designation:Associate Professor (HoD), Department of Physics

Date of joining: 02/11/1987

Subject Specialization:Solid State Physics

E-mail address:opbngn@gmail.com

     Contact No.:09859141036 (m)

 

Education

  • M. Sc. in Physics (Solid State Physics), 1984, Gauhati University (Rank: 5th)
  • Ph.D. in Physics, 1996, Gauhati University

Thesis Title: Theoretical studies of small amplitude nonlinear coherent structures in plasmas

 

 Employment

  • Lecturer (1990-1996), Dept. of Physics, Birjhora Mahavidyalaya
  • Selection Grade Lecturer (1996-2001), Dept. of Physics, Birjhora Mahavidyalaya
  • Associate Professor, Since 2006, Dept. of Physics, Birjhora Mahavidyalaya

 

Teaching Assignment

Approximately 27 years teaching experience at undergraduate level (Major & General Courses).

Topics assigned include,

 

  • Waves and sound
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Solid State Physics
  • Statistical Mechanics
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Relativity
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Lab. assignments include: Practical (General  & Major) & Project Work.

 

Other Responsibilities

Carry out responsibility of the Head of the Department since May, 2010. Other assignments as per assigned by the college authority from time to time. This time I have been included as (a) member of examination committee, (b) UGC planning committee & as the Joint Convenor of the budget and purchase committee for the period April 2014 to March-2016.

 

Refresher Course / Workshop etc

  • Refresher Course (Dibrugarh University)1994.
  • V SERC School on Magnetic Reconnection(Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, Ahmedabad) 1995.
  • Refresher Course (ASC, Gauhati University) 1996.
  • Refresher Course (ASC, Aligargh Muslim University) 1999.
  • Refresher Course (CPDHE, Delhi University) 2005.

 

Other Academic Activities

Served as regular resource person in Innovative Science Education Programmes organized by Assam Science Society, ASTEC  etc for high school / higher secondary school teachers.

 

Computer Skills for Teaching & Research

 

  • Windows and Microsoft Office
  • VTex
  • LaTex (Scientific WorkPlace)
  • Programming with Mathematica

 

Membership

  • Life Member, Assam Science Society.

 

Fellowship/Award

“SERC Visiting Fellow” of DST, Govt. of India (from 26-6-2000 to 27-9-2000)

 

Research Interest

Theoretical Plasma Physics with special emphasis on waves and instabilities, nonlinear coherent structures, collisions of nonlinear waves etc. in laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.

 

  • Keywords: ES & EM excitations: solitons, double layers (shocks), blowup / explosive solutions; terrestrial and solar atmosphere; active galactic nuclei; white dwarf; neutron stars; astrophysical jets;  e-p-i  plasma, dusty plasma, relativistic plasma, quantum plasma etc.

 

Research Project

Completed one Major Research Project sanctioned by U.G.C. in the capacity of Principal Investigator (period: April 2007 to September 2010).

 

 

Referee work for peer reviewed international journals

Participated in the review process of research papers submitted to the International Journal,Physics of Plasmas(American Institute of Physics), in the capacity of Referee.

 

PhD Students

  • Two students are registered for Ph.D. under Gauhati University.

 

Research Publications (In Refereed Journals, in reverse chronological order):

  1. Ahmed M. K.and Sah O.P., “Effect of ion temperature on arbitrary amplitude Kinetic Alfvén solitons in plasma with a q-nonextensive electron velocity distribution”,Astrophysics and Space Science (Springer) 353 (2014) 145.

 

  1. Sah O.P.,Nonlinear dispersive Alfven waves in dusty plasma in transition limit, Alpha~1”Physics of Plasmas (American Institute of Physics, USA) 18 (2011) 104501.

 

  1. Sah O.P.,“Nonlinear excitations of kinetic Alfven waves in electron-positron-ion plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas (American Institute of Physics, USA), 17 (2010) 032306.

 

  1. Sah O.P.,“Quantum electron-acoustic double layers in two electron species quantum plasma”, Physics of Plasmas (American Institute of Physics, USA), 16 (2009) 012105.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Manta. J., “Nonlinear electron-acoustic waves in quantum plasma”, Physics of Plasmas (American Institute of Physics, USA), 16 (2009) 032304.

 

  1. Sah O.P.,“Nonlinear propagation of lower-hybrid-like waves in dusty plasma”, Plasma Phys. (Cambridge University, UK), 57 (1997) 299.

 

  1. Sah O.P., “Nonlinear Propagation of Small Amplitude Modified Electron Acoustic Solitary Waves in Semi-relativistic Plasmas”, PhysicaScripta (journal of the Royal Swedish Academy of Science, Sweden), 54 (1996) 640.

 

  1. Sah O.P.,“Small amplitude ion acoustic double layers in dusty plasmas”, Planetary Space Science (Journal of European Geophysical Society; ELSEVIER, Netherlands), 43 (1995) 1095.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Electrostatic shock like solution associated with lower hybrid waves in presence of negative ions”, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science (IEEE, USA), 23 (1995) 393.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Small amplitude modified electron acoustic solitary waves in semi-relativistic Plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas (American Institute of Physics, USA), 2 (1995) 365.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Ion beam driven ion cyclotron double layers”, Plasma Phys. (Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany), 35 (1995) 155.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Theory of weak dust acoustic double layers”,Physics Letters A (ELSEVIER, Netherlands) 190 (1994) 317.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Nonlinear propagation of small- amplitude modified electron acoustic solitary waves and double layer in semi-relativistic Plasmas”,Physics of Plasmas (American Institute of Physics, USA), 1 (1994) 3189.

 

  1. Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Effect of ion beams on the nonlinear propagation of electron-acoustic like wave”, Indian J. Radio & Space Physics (CSIR, INDIA), 23 (1994) 334.

 

  1. Sah O.P., Mishra A.K. and Goswami K.S., “Drifting ion in the formation of modified EAWs”, Univ. J. Sci.XXXI (INDIA), (1992) 41.

2)Name:Dr. Balen Choudhury

Designation:Associate Professor, HoD

Qualification:M.Sc. (G.U.), Ph.D.(G.U.)

Date of joining:02/12/1996

Subject Specialization:Nuclear Physics

E-mail address:balench@gmail.com

Contact Nos.:09435020443 (M), 03664223525 (R)

Hobby:Interested in Sports, Athletics, Volleyball, football.

Research Interests:          Plasma Physics, Soliton

Title of the research work:Non-linear wave phenomena in space plasma

 

 

Publications:

International journals:

1) G. C. Das, B. Choudhury& M. P. Bora., “Evolution of ion acoustic solitary waves in Maxwellian dusty plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas (AIP, U.S.A.) 17 (2010) 123707. Impact factor: 2.49

2) G. C. Das, B. Choudhury& M. P. Bora., “Formation of shock wave in a cold dusty plasma”, Physics of Plasmas (AIP, U.S.A.) 19 (2012) 044502. Impact Factor; 2.39

3) M. P. Bora, B. Choudhury& G. C. Das., “Dust acoustic soliton in a plasma with multi species ions and kappa-distributed electrons”, Astrophys. Space Science (Springer) DOI 10, 1007/s 10509-012-1073-y (2012). Impact factor: 1.49

4) B. Choudhury, R. Goswami, G. C. Das, and M. P. Bora, Ion-acoustic solitons in warm magnetoplasmas with super-thermal electrons, Physics of Plasmas (AIP), 20, 042902 (2013).Impact factor: 2.39

 

Conference proceeding

 

  • C. Das, B. Choudhury& M. P. Bora., “Study on non-linear Burger wave equation in Maxwellian dusty plasma”, Proceding of the First National Conferrence on Applied Mathematical Science, March 11-13, 2011 (Sikkim)

 

Membership in scientific committee:Life Member of Assam Science Society.

 

Teaching Experience:Birjhora Mahavidyalaya, Bongaigaon (since December, 1996).

 

List of seminars/workshop- participation/presentations:

 

  • Participated in National Seminar on Bio- diversity Conservation and Future concern, organized by (NEBA), Deptt. Of Bio- Technology, G. U., Ghy-14, India on 17 and 18 June, 2005.

 

  • Participated in one day UGC sponsored Seminar organized by Deptt. Of Physics and Chemistry, Birjhora Mahavidyalaya Bongaigaon, Assam on January 21 2006.

 

  • Participated in as Official in the 43 Junior-Inter District Volleyball Championship for Boys and girls held at Tihu from 21 to 23 December, 2007.

 

  • Attended in 24 National Symposium on PLASMA Science and Technology (Plasma 2009) held at the NIT, Hamirpur (HP) 8 to 11 December,

 

  • Attended 55 Annual Technical Session of Assam Science Society on February 15, 2010, organized by U. at the Department of Physics, Ghy-14.

 

  • Attended in 25 National Symposium on PLASMA Science and Technology (Plasma 2010) held at the IASST, Guwahati (Assam) on  8 to 11 December 2010.

 

  • Attended in 3rd DST-SERC School on “ Plasma Waves and Instability” on 7-18 February, 2011, organized by IASST Guwahati, 2011.

 

  • Attended in First National Conference on Applied Mathematical Science Co-organized by SMIT and VON KARMAN Society, at SMIT Sikkim on 11-13 March, 2011.

 

3)     Name:Dr. (Mrs.) Jhuma Biswas

Designation:Assistant Professor

Qualification:M. Sc. (Dib. Uni.) (SLET); Ph. D

Date of joining:10/09/2013

Subject Specialization:Space and Atmospheric Physics

E-mail address: jhumabiswasdu@gmail.com

Contact Nos.:                   09613589139, 08471823797 (M)

 

Research Interests:                        

  • Atmospheric aerosols-characterization and climatic impact.
  • Aerosol-Trace gas interaction.
  • Aerosol Radiative Forcing and Regional climate.

 

 

Awards and Achievements:

  • Award under National Scholarship Scheme under Government of India.
  • Gold medalist as one of the best graduate from Sonari College in 2008.
  • Securing 1st class sixth position with distinction in B.Sc. (Hons) Physics under the Dibrugarh University, 2008.
  • Securing 1st class second position in M.Sc. (Hons) Physics under the Dibrugarh University, 2010.
  • Fellowship under ISRO-SSPS program, 2009-2010.
  • Project Assistant under ISRO-GBP program, 2011.
  • Junior Research Fellow under ISRO-GBP-ARFI project, 2011- 2013.

 

Publications:

International journal:

 

  1. Binita Pathak, Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, Jhuma Biswas and Toshihiko Takemura (2013), Long term climatology of Particulate Matter and associated microphysical and optical properties over Dibrugarh, North-East India and inter-comparison with SPRINTARS simulations, Atmospheric Environment 69, 334-344.

 

  1. Binita Pathak, Chandrakala Bharali, Jhuma Biswas and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan (2013), Firework Induced Large Increase in Trace Gas and Black Carbon at Dibrugarh, India, Journal of Earth Science and Engineering, No.8, Vol.3, ISSN: 2159-581X, USA.

 

  1. Binita Pathak, Jhuma Biswas, Chandrakala Bharali and Pradip KumarBhuyan (2015), Short term introduction of pollutants into the atmosphere at a location in the Brahmaputra Basin: A case study, Atmospheric Pollution Research 6, 220‐229 ISSN: 1309-1042.

 

  1. Pathak, T. Subba, P. Dahutia, P.K. Bhuyan, K. Krishna Moorthy, M.M. Gogoi, S. Suresh Babu, L. Chutia, P. Ajay, J. Biswas, C. Bharali, A. Borgohain, P. Dhar, A. Guha, B.K. De, T. Banik, M. Chakraborty, S.S. Kundu, S. Sudhakar and S.B. Singh (2015), Aerosol characteristics in north-east India using ARFINET spectral optical depth measurements, Atmospheric Environment, 1-13.

 

Conference proceeding:

 

  1. Binita Pathak, Jhuma Biswas and P. K. Bhuyan (2012), Temporal characteristics of boundary layer aerosols over Dibrugarh, National Seminar on Recent Developments in Natural Sciences, D.K.D. College, Assam, India, ISBN: 978-81-924389-0-0, Page No: 29-33.

 

  1. Pathak,B., Biswasand P. K. Bhuyan (2012), Aerosol optical and radiative properties over North-East India derived from MODIS and CERES, Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association (IASTA) on Aerosols & clouds: climate change perspectives, ISSN NO-0971-4510, Vol 20, 277.

 

  • Jhuma Biswas, Binita Pathak and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan (2014), Studies of near surface atmospheric aerosols during the Diwali festival over Dibrugarh, North-East India, National Seminar on Recent Trends of Research in Science and Technology, 59th Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, Cotton College, Cotton College State University, Guwahati, Assam, India, ISBN: 13-978-81930041-2-8, Vol 15, Page No: 634-641.

 

  1. Jhuma Biswas, Tamanna Subba, Binita Pathak, P. K. Bhuyan (2014), Temporal characterization of black carbon aerosols and theircontribution to radiative forcing over Dibrugarh, Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association (IASTA) on Changing Aerosols in Changing Climate: Impacts on Monsoon and Glaciers, ISSN NO-0971-4510, Vol 21. Page No: 214-218.

 

Article publishes:

 

1.Jhuma Biswas, Climatic impact of Atmospheric Aerosols, Padartha Bigyan Patrika (A departmental Publication), Department of Physics, Dibrugarh University, Page No: 54-56, 2010-2011.

 

  1. Jhuma Biswas, Black carbon: The second most important individual climate warming   agent, Padartha Bigyan Patrika (A departmental Publication), Department of Physics, Dibrugarh University, ISSN: 2320-107X, 2012-2013.

 

  1. 3. Jhuma Biswas, Radiative Effects of Atmospheric Aerosols on Earth’s Climate, Padartha Bigyan Patrika (A departmental Publication), Department of Physics, Dibrugarh University, ISSN: 2320-107X, 2014-2015.

 

Membership in scientific committees:

  • Life time member of Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association   (IASTA).
  • Life member of Physics Academy of the North East (PANE).

 

List of seminars/workshop- participation/presentations:

  1. Pathak, J. Biswas* and P. K. Bhuyan, Temporal characteristics of boundary layer aerosols over a rural continental location, National Seminar on Natural Sciences, D.K.D. College, Assam, India, January 20-21, 2012.

 

  1. Pathak, P. K. Bhuyan and J. Biswas*, PM10 and PM2.5 measurements and environmental assessment at a tropical location in North-East India, 17th National Space Science Symposium, Tirupati, India, February 14-17, 2012.

 

  1. Pathak, J. Biswas* and P. K. Bhuyan, The climatology of atmospheric aerosol at a continental location in North-East India, 57th Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, Guwahati University, Assam, India, March 16, 2012.

 

  1. Pathak, P. K. Bhuyan and J. Biswas*, Characterization of absorbing and scattering properties of boundary layer aerosols and assessment of their contribution to radiative forcing,39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2012, Mysore, India, July 14-22, 2012.

 

  1. Pathak, J. Biswas*and P. K. Bhuyan, (2012), Aerosol optical and radiative properties over north-east india derived from MODIS and CERES; poster presented in Indian Science and Technology Association (IASTA), Mumbai, India, 11-13 December, 2012.

 

  1. Pathak, J. Biswas* and P. K. Bhuyan, Long term characterization of atmospheric aerosols over Dibrugarh: A location in the sub-Himalayan range, National Seminar on Frontiers in Science and Technology, 58th Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, Guwahati University, Assam, India, March 8-9, 2013.

 

  1. Jhuma Biswas*, Binta Pathak and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, Top of Atmosphere Direct Radiative Effect of Aerosols over North-East India from merged CERES and MODIS Observations, 18th National Space Science Symposium, Dibrugarh University, 29th Jan-1st Feb, 2014.

 

  1. Jhuma Biswas*, Binita Pathak and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, Studies of near surface atmospheric aerosols during the Diwali festival over Dibrugarh, North-East India, National Seminar on Recent Trends of Research in Science and Technology, 59th Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, Cotton College, Cotton College State University, Guwahati, Assam, India, 29th March, 2014.

 

  1. Jhuma Biswas, Tamanna Subba, Binita Pathak, P. K. Bhuyan, Temporal characterization of black carbon aerosols and theircontribution to radiative forcing over Dibrugarh, Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association (IASTA), Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, 11-13 November, 2014.

 

  1. Jhuma Biswas*, Binita Pathak, Falguni Patadia and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, Satellite Based Study on Aerosol Radiative Properties in near North-East India and Adjoining Areas: Implications to Regional Climate, National Seminar on Harnessing Science for Societal Development, 60th Annual Technical Session, Assam Science Society, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat-785013, Assam, India, March 21, 2015.

 

 

4)Name:Mr. Sanjib Kumar Baglari

Designation:Assistant Professor

Qualification:M. Sc. (G.U.) (SLET), M. Tech. (IIT, Kharagpur)

        Date of joining:02/11/2015

Subject Specialization: Condense Matter Physics & Advance Electronics

        E-mail address:sanjibbaglari@gmail.com

Contact No.:08876078428 (m)

Research:                             Pursuing his research work in the Physics Department,     Gauhati University.

  1. List of current non-teaching staff (Laboratory Bearer):

  1)  Mr. Biraj Roy

  • Prafulla Ray
  1. Detailsof Infrastructuralfacilities

 

  1. a) Library:The department has a good collection of books (205 General/Major BSc level + 31 Research level) and study materials (suitable both for normal course and for initiating research works) which are available to students, teachers, and researchers.

 

  1. b) InternetfacilitiesforStaff&Students:There are seven computers in the department which are connected with internet. A number of research journals, e-books and other study materials are accessible to the teachers and students through this UGC’s inflibnet

 

  1. c) Class rooms with ICT facility: One LCD projector is available in the department which has frequently been used in regular classes and departmental seminars.

 

  1. d) Laboratories:At present, the department has well equipped laboratories which include one computer-cum-electronics laboratory, one dark room, and one general laboratory. The computer-cum-electronics laboratory is equipped with seven computers and six CROs, along with a good number of modern electronics devices plus kits; both purchased, and assembled by our own major students during the course of their project works.

 

  1. List of past teaching staff:
Name of  Staff Designation Qualification Specialization
Dr. Khanindra Kumar Sarma(joined as the permanent  Principal of the College in January 2012) Head &  Associate Professor M. Sc., Ph. D. Solid State Physics
Dr. Ghana Kanta Medhi   (1990-2012) Associate Professor M. Sc., Ph. D. Spectroscopy
Mr. Saurabh Jyoti Hazarika (Aug. 2007-May 2010; Jan. 2013 to June 2013) Assistant Professor (Contractual) M. Sc. Condense Matter Physics
Mr. Sanjib Kalita           (Nov.2009-May 2012) Assistant Professor (Contractual) M. Sc. High Energy Physics
Mr. Monjurul Kader Ahmed(Sep.2010 to Aug.2014) Assistant Professor (Contractual) M. Sc. Theoretical Physics
Miss Purbasa Dey            (Oct.2014 to Aug.2015) Assistant Professor (Contractual) M. Sc. Nuclear Physics

 

  1. List of Research Facilities/Materials in the Physics Department, Birjhora

Mahavidyalaya, Bongaigaon

 

Sl.  Nos. Items Specifications Quantity/

Nos

1 Books General (Plus Computer Programming) 205
2 Books Research Level Books 31
3 Books (Online) Online Books, from a number of National & International Publishers, are accessible in the department through UGC-Inflibnet Scheme
4 Research Papers Reprint/ Photocopy (mostly related to Plasma Physics) Approx. 400
5 Research Papers

(CD/Microfilms)

Soft PDF files of Research Papers (mostly related to Plasma Physics) Approx. 1000
6 Journals

(Journals are accessible through UGC-Inflibnet Scheme)

 

American Physical Society (APS) Journals

Physical Rev. Letters; Rev. of Modern Physics; Physical Rev. A;  Physical Rev. B; Physical Rev. C; Physical Rev. D;  Physical Rev. E; Physical Rev. X;  Physical Rev. Special Topics: (a) Accelerator and Beams  (b) Physics Education Research ; Physics; Physical Rev. Focus.

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American Institute of Physics (AIP) Journals

AIP Advances; Chaos; Applied Physics Letters; Journal of Laser Applications; Journal of Mathematical Physics; Low Temperature Physics; Physics Fluids; Physics of Plasmas; Rev. of Scientific Instruments; Theoretical & Applied Mechanics Letters; Organic Electronics & Photonics; Journal of Applied Physics; Applied Physics Reviews.

 

 

 

 

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Institute of Physics (IOP) Science Journals

Advances in Natural Sciences: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology; Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics; Chinese Physics B; Chinese Physics C; Chinese Physics Letters; Classical and Quantum Gravity; Communications in Theoretical Physics; Computational Science & Discovery; Europhysics Letters (EPL); European Journal of Physics; Fluid Dynamics Research; Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics; Journal of Geophysics and Engineering; Journal of instrumentation; Journal of Optics; Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical; Journal of Physics B : Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics; Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics; Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics; Journal of Physics: Condense Matter; Journal of Physics: Conference series; Journal of Semiconductors; Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment; Laser Physics; Laser Physics Letters.

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7 Computer Facility Total 7 (Seven) numbers of computers (Desktop) with accessories are available in the department, – all are internets connected.. 7
8 Operating System Windows and Linux (UBUNTU)
9 Software Scientific WorkPlace (SWP); Matlab; Mathematica (Student Version); Equation Editor etc.
10 Printer Laser (inkjet-1) 1
11 Projector LCD Projector 1
12 Over Head Projector 1

 

  1. Few noted Alumni of the Department of Physics, Birjhora Mahavidyalaya, Bongaigaon
SN Name & Year of

Passing BSc (BM)

Present (Past) Position with address Research papers in refereed Journals Impact  Factors
1 Dr. Pralay Kr Karmakar ; MSc (1996, Rank-3), PhD (GU); JRF-NET, GATE Associate Professor, Tezpur (central) University, Assam 33

 

45.00
2 Dr. Kishore Dutta (1999)

MSc (2001, TU: TOPPER); PhD (IIT Guwahati).

Assistant Professor, Dept.  of Physics, Handiqui Girl’s College, Guwahati 07 11.57
3 Dr. ChinmoyBhatacharjee  (1999); MSc 2001, TU), PhD (Assam University, Silchar) Assistant Professor, Kokrajhar Govt.  College 03 02.61
4 Himalaya Basumatary (2000)MSc (GU) Scientist (DRDO) NA NA
5 Debanka Pathak (2003)

MSc (TU); MPhil (Cardiff University, UK);PhD (Registered, Bath Spa University, UK)

 

Software Quality Engineer, Bath Spa University, UK (Past Positions: Software Q uality Engineer, Fizzback, London; Test Consultant, Dynamic Futures, London) 15 39.45

 

6 Dr. Biswanath Dutta (2003)

MSc (GU); PhD (IIT, Guwahati); NET & GATE

Post-doc at Max-Planck-InstitutfürEisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany 13

 

37.03
7 Dr. Biplob Mandal (2003)

M.Sc. (TU); M.Tech, PhD (Jadavpur University)

Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE Tezpur (Central) University, Assam. 07 7.132
8 Vikash Tiwari (2003); MSc (2005, TU, TOPPER, Gold Medallist); PGT, Railway HS School, Bongaigaon NIL NIL
9 Dr. Bidyut Kumar Das. (2003)

MSc, PhD (GU); JRF (2008-10; 2010-14) CPP-IPR, Assam, India.

Postdoctoral Fellow, ITER-India, Institute for Plasma Research (IPR). Gandhinagar, India. 06 9.0
10 Dr. JutikaBoro (2004);

(MSc -2006,  MTech -2006, PhD -2013,TU)

Not  working 11 27.86
11 Dr. Mahendra Roy (2004)

MSc, MTech – TOPPER,  Gold Medallist (TU); PhD (Pursuing, Korea University)

Researcher, Dept of Electronics and Information Engineering, Korea University, (Past Position: Project Engineer, IITGuwahati. 03 11.56
12 Mahuwa Bhattacharjee  (2004)

MSc (IIT Guwahati); PhD (Pursuing); CSIR NET;  GATE (All India Rank: 32); JEST (All India Rank: 145).

Scientific Officer E, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata (Past Position: Scientific Officer C, Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology, Indore) 03 3.844
13 Dr. Somik Banerjee  (2005; BSc:Rank-1); M.Sc. (TU, TOPPER, Gold Medallist); PhD (2012, TU); D.S. Kothari Post-Doctoral Fellowship U.G.C. (2012); SET Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, B. Borooah College, Guwahati, Assam

 

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34.451
14 Dr. Sayan Bayan (2006)

MSc, PhD (TU); JRF under Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship (UGC)

 

Research Associate (Postdoc Fellow), IIT, Kharagpur (Past Positions: Guest Assistant Professor , Rajiv Gandhi Central University,;  Research Associate (Postdoc fellow), Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Calcutta 19

 

29.42
15 Dr. Anup Kumar Nath (2006)

MSc, PhD (TU)

Department of Physics, TU; (Past Position: Guest Lecturer and Researcher: Sri Venkateswara College, DU (2008-2010); Guest Lecturer: Rajiv Gandhi University) 20

 

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16 Prsanta Kalita (2007) MSc , MTech (TU), PhD (Pursuing, IIT, Delhi) SRF IIT, Delhi 05 17.71

 

17 Dr. Nayan Mani Nath (2007)

MSc, PhD (TU); SET

 

Guest Assistant Professor, Dept of Physics, Rajiv Gandhi (Central) University. 05 3.323
18 JagatDwipendra Ray (2008)

MSc, PhD -Pursuing (TU)

01 1.3
19 Ashok Mahto (2008); MSc, MTech (GU), NET (UGC) JRF,PhD (Guest Assistant Professor, ECE, GU) 03 NA
20 Pankaj Sarma (2008); MSc, MTech (GU). (Guest Assistant Professor, GU) NA NA
21 Puspalata Sah (2008); MSc, MTech (GU). Project Scientist, CPR-IPR, Guwahati. 03 NA
22 Dhananjay Tiwari  (2009)

MSc: TOPPER (GU); PhD (Pursuing); JRF (NET), UGC.

JRF IIT, Delhi 02 3.432
23 Bijay Kr Sah (2013); MSc (Dib. University, 2015),; GATE (2014) JRF (GATE), PhD (Pursuing at Institute of Advance Studies in Science and Technology (of DST) , Guwahati)  

NA

 

 

NA

24 Dolly Tapariya (2013); MSc (TU: 2015: TOPPER, Gold Medalist); NET- JRF (2015)  

——–

 

NA

 

 

NA

25 Subhamay Roy(2003); MSc (Assam University: 2015 , TOPPER)  

——–

 

NA

 

 

NA

 

Rank:1 at UG level = 01;

Rank:1 at PG level  = 07.

19 25.76
Grand Total: 180 338.69
  1. List of Publications of Faculty Members, Department of Physics(Published in Refereed Journals)

 

  1. PUBLICATIONS OF PRESENT FACULTY MEMBERS:

 

Dr. Om Prakash Sah (No. of Publications:15; Total I.F.: 24.980 )

  • Ahmed M. K.and Sah O.P., “Effect of ion temperature on arbitrary amplitude Kinetic Alfvén solitons in plasma with a q-nonextensive electron velocity distribution”,Astrophysics and Space Science, 353 (2014) 145.

 

  • Sah O.P.,Nonlinear dispersive Alfven waves in dusty plasma in transition limit, Alpha~1”Physics of Plasmas, 18 (2011) 104501.

 

  • Sah O.P.,“Nonlinear excitations of kinetic Alfven waves in electron-positron-ion plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas, 17 (2010) 032306.

 

  • Sah O.P.,“Quantum electron-acoustic double layers in two electron species quantum plasma”, Physics of Plasmas, 16 (2009) 012105.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Manta. J., “Nonlinear electron-acoustic waves in quantum plasma”, Physics of Plasmas, 16 (2009) 032304.

 

  • Sah O.P.,“Nonlinear propagation of lower-hybrid-like waves in dusty plasma”, Plasma Phys., 57 (1997) 299.

 

  • Sah O.P., “Nonlinear Propagation of Small Amplitude Modified Electron Acoustic Solitary Waves in Semi-relativistic Plasmas”, PhysicaScripta, 54 (1996) 640.

 

  • Sah O.P.,“Small amplitude ion acoustic double layers in dusty plasmas”, Planetary Space Science, 43 (1995) 1095.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Electrostatic shock like solution associated with lower hybrid waves in presence of negative ions”, IEEE Transaction on Plasma Science, 23 (1995) 393.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Small amplitude modified electron acoustic solitary waves in semi-relativistic Plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas, 2 (1995) 365.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Ion beam driven ion cyclotron double layers”, Plasma Phys., 35 (1995) 155.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Theory of weak dust acoustic double layers”,Physics Letters A, 190 (1994) 317.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Nonlinear propagation of small- amplitude modified electron acoustic solitary waves and double layer in semi-relativistic Plasmas”,Physics of Plasmas, 1 (1994) 3189.

 

  • Sah O.P. and Goswami K.S., “Effect of ion beams on the nonlinear propagation of electron-acoustic like wave”, Indian J. Radio & Space Physics, 23 (1994) 334.

 

  • Sah O.P. Mishra A.K. and Goswami K.S.,“Drifting ion in the formation of modified EAWs”, Gau. Univ. J. Sci. (INDIA) XXXI (1992) 41.

 

Dr. Balen Choudhury (No. of Publications: 04; Total I.F.:9.36 )

  • C. Das, B. Choudhury& M. P. Bora., “Evolution of ion acoustic solitary waves in Maxwellian dusty plasmas”, Physics of Plasmas(AIP, U.S.A.) 17 (2010) 123707.

 

  • C. Das, B. Choudhury& M. P. Bora., “Formation of shock wave in a cold dusty plasma”, Physics of Plasmas(AIP, U.S.A.) 19 (2012) 044502.

 

  • P. Bora, B. Choudhury& G. C. Das., “Dust acoustic soliton in a plasma with multi species ions and kappa-distributed electrons”, Astrophys. Space Science (Springer) DOI 10, 1007/s 10509-012-1073-y (2012).

 

  • Choudhury, R. Goswami, G. C. Das, and M. P. Bora, Ion-acoustic solitons in warm magnetoplasmas with super-thermal electrons, Physics of Plasmas (AIP), 20, 042902 (2013).

Mrs. Jhuma Biswas (No. of Publications: 04; Total I.F.:8.246 )

  • Binita Pathak, Pradip Kumar Bhuyan, Jhuma Biswas and Toshihiko Takemura (2013), Long term climatology of Particulate Matter and associated microphysical and optical properties over Dibrugarh, North-East India and inter-comparison with SPRINTARS simulations, Atmospheric Environment, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2012.12.032 (IF-3.110, 787-5yr).

 

  • Binita Pathak, Chandrakala Bharali, Jhuma Biswas and Pradip Kumar Bhuyan (2013), Firework Induced Large Increase in Trace Gas and Black Carbon at Dibrugarh, India, Journal of Earth Science and Engineering, No.8, Vol.3,2013, ISSN: 2159-581X, USA.

 

  • Binita Pathak, Jhuma Biswas, Chandrakala Bharali and Pradip KumarBhuyan, Short term introduction of pollutants into the atmosphere at a location in the Brahmaputra Basin: A case study, Atmospheric Pollution Research, No.6,2015, doi:5094/APR.2015.026(IF-1.227, 1.259-5yr).

 

  • Pathak, T. Subba, P. Dahutia, P.K. Bhuyan, K. Krishna Moorthy, M.M. Gogoi, S. Suresh Babu, L. Chutia, P. Ajay, J. Biswas, C. Bharali, A. Borgohain, P. Dhar, A. Guha, B.K. De, T. Banik, M. Chakraborty, S.S. Kundu, S. Sudhakar and S.B. Singh (2015), Aerosol characteristics in north-east India using ARFINET spectral optical depth measurements, Atmospheric Environment, 1-13.

 

Mr. Sanjib Baglari (No. of Publications: 02; Total I.F.:3.4 )

  • Effective thermal conductivity and coefficient of linear thermal expansion of high-density polyethylene-fly ash composites; Sanjib Baglari, MadhusreeKole and T K DeyIndian J. Phys., 85 (2011) 559-573.

 

  • Junction characteristics of ITO/PANI-ZnS/Ag and ITO/PANI-CdS/Ag Schottky diodes: a comparative study; S K Dey, S Baglari and D Sarkar, Indian J Phys DOI10.1007/s12648-015-0723-7 (Received: 23 February 2015 / Accepted: 07 May 2015)

 

 

  1. PUBLICATIONS OF PAST FACULTY MEMBERS:

Dr. Khanindra Kumar Sarma (No. of Publications: 04; Total I.F.:9.36 )

  • N. Sarma, K.K. Sarma, M. Nambu& U.N. Das., “Electromagnetic emission in a magnetized plasma”Radiophysicsands Quantum electronics(Platinum Publishing Corporation, USSR) 37 (1994) 548-562.

 

  • Nambu, S.N. Sarma &K.K. Sarma.,“Momentum source of the plasma maser”,Physical Revi1ew A (APS, U.S.A.) 45 (1992) 7456-7462.

 

  • N. Sarma, K.K. Sarma &M. Nambu., “Plasma maser theory of the extraordinary mode in the presence of Langmuir turbulence”,J. Plasma Physics(Cambridge University, UK) 40 (1991) 331-346.

 

  • K. Sarma, S.N. Sarma, M. Nambu& T. Hada.,“Electromagnetic emission due to nonlinear forces”,Physical Review A (APS, U.S.A.) 43 (1991) 5555-5559.

 

Dr. Ghana Kanta Medhi (No. of Publications: 04; Total I.F.:9.36 )

  • K. Sarma, & G. K. Medhi., “Regge behavior of structure function and gluon Distribution at low-x in leading order”,The European Physical Journal C. (Springer),16 (2000) 481-487.

 

  • K. Sarma & G. K. Medhi., Taylor Expansion Method & Gluon distribution from structure function data at low-x: the leading order analysis”,Journal of Assam Science Society41, (2000) 54-69.

 

  • K. Choudhury, G. K. Medhi & J. K. Sarma.,  “t and x- evolutions of gluon structure functions at low-x”, Gau. Univ. J. Sci. (Golden Jubilee volume) (1998) 39-53.

 

  • K. Sarma, D.K. Choudhury & G. K. Medhi., “X-Distribution of deuteron structure function at low-x”, Physics Letters B (ELSEVIER, Netherlands) 403 (1997) 139.