Physics and Materials Science

Dr. Rajesh Kumar

Dr. Rajesh Kumar
Associate Professor
(91)-01792-239345
rajesh.kumar@juit.ac.in
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Biography :

Rajesh Kumar obtained his M.Tech. from IIT Roorkee and Ph.D. in Physics (Nanotechnology) from H.P. University, Shimla (India). He joined Jaypee University of Information Technology (JUIT) in 2004. Most of his PhD work was carried out at Pohang University of Science and Technology ( POSTECH), South Korea. August 2007 to September 2008, he worked as a researcher in the Center for Superfunctional Materials (CSM) at POSTECH, South Korea. Currently, Rajesh Kumar is an Associate Professor at the Department of Physics and Materials Science in JUIT, and Visiting Professor at GIST, South Korea.  He has visited Kyushu University, Japan as a Visiting Scientist (on a DST-JSPS sponsored collaborative project), University of Osnabruck, Germany as a Visiting Scientist (on DST-DAAD sponsored collaborative project).  In his guidance, four PhD and two Masters Students have been awarded degrees till date. His current research topics include synthesis, characterization and application of Nanostructures, fabrication of transition metal Nanostructures on silicon substrates, Thin film formation of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Spintronic Device Application, Super-Resolution Optical Microscopy, Nanostructures analysis using High Resolution Microscopies.

Expertise:

  1. High Resolution Scanning Electron Microscopy (HRSEM) installed with EDX.
  2. Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM).
  3. High Resolution Transmissions Electron Microscopy (HRTEM) and Scanning Tunneling microscopy (STEM) (JEOL 2100).
  4. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) (Dimension 3000).
  5. Sampling for the TEM measurements.
  6. Magnetic Force Measurement (MFM).
  7. Magnetic Property Measure System (MPMS).

Collaborative Research:

INFONET, Laboratory, GIST, South Korea
Department of Physics, Osnabruck University, Osnabruck, Germany
Solid State Physics Laboratory, Kyushu University, Japan
Department of Materials and Optoelectronic Science, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan   

MoU:

SINTEF Industry Norway (in the field of renewable energy)

Research Visits:

June 2019 ( 28 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

November 2018 (15 days)

Visiting Scientist, Osnabruck University, Osnabruck Germany

June-July 2018 (21 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

September 2017 (12 days)

Visiting Scientist, Osnabruck University, Osnabruck, Germany

July 2016-June 2017 (1 year)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

June-July 2015 (24 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

June 2015 (10 days)

Visiting Scientist, Kyushu University, Japan

January 2015 (14 days)

Visiting Scientist, Kyushu University, Japan

December 2014 (15 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

June: 2014 (25 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

December 2013 (20 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

June: 2013 (25 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

March 2013 (10 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

November 2012 (22 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

September 2012 (12 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

June 2012 (25 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

March 2012 (12 days)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

December 2011 (1 month)

Visiting Professor, Gwangju Institute of Sci. & Tech. (GIST), South Korea

August 2007- September 2008 (1 Year)

Researcher, Pohang University of Science and Techanology (POSTECH), South Korea

Visitors from Abroad:

Prof. Joachim Wollschläger & Tobias Pohlmann (Ph.D Student), University of Osnabruck, Germany (October 8-18, 2018)
Prof. Joachim Wollschläger & Tobias Pohlmann (Ph.D Student), University of Osnabruck, Germany (December 4-15, 2017)
Prof. Kimura Takashi & Dr. Kohei Ohnishi, Kyushu University, Japan (March 21-28, 2015)
Prof. Yamada Kazumasa & Dr. Kohei Ohnishi, Kyushu University, Japan (September 8-15, 2014)

Author Publication Profile:
Book Chapter(s) :
  • Richa Khokhra, Rajesh Kumar (2015). Sunlight Photocatalytic Activity of Transition Metal-Doped ZnO Interwoven Nanosheets for Degradation of Methylene Blue. In , Nanotechnology: Novel Perspectives and Prospects (pp. ). New Delhi: Tata-McGraw Hill. [ISBN : 9789339221096] . Google Search
  • Sarita Kango, Rajesh Kumar (2015). Efficient removal of arsenic (III) from drinking water by Fe3O4 nanoparticles coated sand: Time dependent removal study. In , Nanotechnology: Novel Perspectives and Prospects (pp. ). New Delhi: Tata-McGraw Hill. [ISBN : 978-93-392-2109-6] . Google Search
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Conference(s) :
Abstract/ Poster Presentations/ Invited Lectures in Conferences :
  • Sarita Kango, Rajesh Kumar (2015). Kinetics study of As(III) removal from drinking water by magnetic adsorbent coated on glass wool. Proceedings of the International Convention of Engineering and Management [2nd : Solan, India : April 4-5, 2015], pp.-.. Google Citation
  • Sarita Kango, Rajesh Kumar (2015). Magnetic nanoparticles coated glass wool for As (V) removal from drinking water. Proceedings of the National Conference on Advanced Materials and Radiation Physics [4th : Sangroor, Punjab : March 13-14, 2015], pp.-.. Google Citation
  • Bandna Bharti, Rajesh Kumar (2015). Enhancement in the surface energy of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) thin films by glow discharge plasma treatment. Proceedings of the International Convention of Engineering and Management [Solan, India : April 4-5, 2015], pp.-.. Google Citation
  • Bandna Bharti, Partha Bir Barman, Rajesh Kumar (2015). XRD analysis of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) and Fe doped TiO2 nanoparticles by Williamson Hall Method, 4th National conference on advanced materials and radiation physics. Proceedings of the AMRP2015 [Sangroor, Punjab : March 13-14, 2015], pp.-.. Google Citation