Physics

VISION:

The vision of the department of physics is to produce students for graduate studies with an adequate-broad understanding the basic concepts of science and technology by providing quality instruction and research education.

MISSION:

The mission of the Department is to provide a high quality education in physics to advanced areas of engineering and technology which meet the needs of industry, academia, and government. Moreover the department to facilitate to accomplish research in various advanced area of science and technology and play an integrating and leadership role to the multi-disciplinary community of science and engineering.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE:

  • An ability to analyze the engineering concepts based on fundamental physical concepts.
  • Applications of the fundamental physical laws for better understanding of materials and their properties, for engineering application.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:
  • Failure of classical physics in the quantum domain and hence understanding of dual nature of material particle.
  • The fundamentals of Quantum Mechanics for comprehending the dynamics of sub-atomic particles.
  • The basics of material parameters that explain the electrical properties of metals.
  • Energy level concept of semiconducting materials and their important properties for the solid state device fabrication.
  • Physics of magnetic and superconducting materials and their applications.
  • Photonic materials, devices and their applications.
  • The concepts of crystal structures and their relations towards understanding of crystalline materials.
  • Size dependent properties of nano materials – Elementary concepts, characterizations and applications.     

SEMINAR/ WORKSHOPS:

S.No. Name of the Coordinator(s) Title of Course Organized by Date
1 N. Chitralekha NIMSAT on 2013 2013

AWARENESS PROGRAMME


S.No.
Name of the Coordinator(s) Title of Course Organized by Date
1 N. Chitralekha Global Warming 28 September 2015

DETAILS OF JOURNAL PUBLICATION:

S.No Title of the paper Authors Name of the Journal Vol. / Year Impact Factor
1 Nonlinear nano-scale localized breather modes in a discrete weak ferromagnetic spin   lattice L. Kavitha, E. Parasuraman, D. Gopi, A. Prabhu and Rodrigo A. Vicencio Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 401 (2016) 1.970
2 Modulational instability and nano-scale energy localization in ferromagnetic spin chain with higher order dispersive interactions L. Kavitha, A.Mohamadou, E.Parasuraman, D.Gopi, N.Akila and A.Prabhu Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 404 (2016) 1.970
3 Nano Breathers and Molecular dynamics simulations in hydrogen bonded chains L. Kavitha,        A. Muniyappan, A. Prabhu, S. Jayanthi and D. Gopi Journal of Biological Physics 39, (2013) 1.286
4 Propagation of shape changing soliton in an nonuniform nonlocal media L. Kavitha, C. Lavanya, S. Dhamayanthi, N. Akila, and D. Gopi Chinese Physics B 22, 2013 1.603
5 Effect of inhibitors on corrosion control of mild steel in natural aqueous environment  V. Manivannan and  N. Chitralekha Asian Journal of Chemistry 25, 2013 1.2
6 Solitonic transport of energy-momentum in a deformed magnetic medium L. Kavitha, M. Saravanan, N. Akila, S. Bhuvaneswari and D. Gopi Physica Scripta 85, 2012 1.126
7 Effect of temperature on the Corrosion inhibition of 3-phosphonopropionic acid on mild steel in ground water V. Manivannan and  N. Chitralekha Chemical science transactions 1, 2012 1.2
8 Comparative Study on the Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel by Triazole Derivative and Phosphono Derivative in Ground Water Media V. Manivannan and  N. Chitralekha Coromandal Journal of Science 1,2012 2
9  Study on the Corrosion inhibition of mild steel by azole derivative, phosphono derivative and bivalent cation V. Manivannan and  N. Chitralekha Indian Journal of Research 1,2012 ---
10 Exact solitary solutions of an inhomogeneous modified nonlinear Schrödinger equation with competing nonlinearities L. Kavitha, N. Akila, A. Prabhu, O. Kuzmanovska-Barandovsk and D. Gopi Mathematical and Computer Modelling 53, (2011) 1.412
11 Exact solitary solutions of an inhomogeneous modified nonlinear Schrödinger equation with competing nonlinearities L. Kavitha, N. Akila, A. Prabhu, O. Kuzmanovska-Barandovsk and D. Gopi Mathematical and Computer Modelling 53, (2011) 1.412
12 Shape changing solitary solutions of a nonlocally damped nonlinear Schrödinger equation using symbolic computation L. Kavitha, B. Srividya, N. Akila and D. Gopi Nonlinear science Letters A 1,
2010
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13 New exact shape changing solitary solutions of a generalized Hirota equation with nonlinear inhomogeneities L. Kavitha, A. Prabhu and D. Gopi Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 42, (2009); 1.448
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