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Dr. Vivek Verma

Education:-
Ph.D.,“Studies of Magnetic and Electrical Properties of doped and substituted Lithium Ferrites”,2010,National Physical Laboratory , New Delhi & University of Delhi, India
M.Sc.,Physics,2004,University of Lucknow
B.Sc.,Physics, Mathematics, Astronomy,2002,University of Lucknow

 

Career Profile:- 

Organization / Institution

Designation

Duration

Role

1.        National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi

2.        National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi

3.        Hindu College, University of Delhi, India

4.        Hindu College, University of Delhi, India

JRF

 

SRF

 

Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc)

Assistant Professor (permanent)

2006-2008

 

2008-2009

 

2009-2010

 

2009-cont….

Research Scholar

 

Research Scholar

 

Teaching/Research

 

Teaching/Research


 

Teaching Experience(Subjects/Cources Taught):-

  23 Aug. 2005-06 Jan 2006 SRPG College, Nadbai, Bharatpur, Rajasthan. Undergraduate Classes.

  17 Aug. 2009- cont..: Assistant Professor- Hindu College, University of Delhi, Undergraduate Classes
 

Honours And Awards:-

NET/JRF-------2005

PUBLICATIONS:

 

  1. Published/in press in refereed international journals
    1. Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, Sukhveer Singh, R.P. Aloysius, S. Annapoorni, R.K. Kotanala, “Comparative study of structural and magnetic properties of nano-crystalline Li0.5Fe2.5O4 prepared by various methodsPhysica B: Condensed Matter, Volume 404, Issue 16, 2309-2314 (2009).
    2. Vivek Verma, S.P. Gairola, Mohan C. Mathpal, S. Annapoorni, R.K. Kotnala, “Magnetic and electrical properties of manganese and cadmium co-substituted lithium ferritesJournal of Alloys and Compounds, Volume 481, Issues 1-2, 29  872-876 (2009).
    3. Vibhav Pandey, Vivek Verma, R.P. Aloysius, G.L. Bhalla, V.P.S. Awana, H. Kishan, R.K. Kotnala, “Magnetic and magneto-transport properties of double perovskite Ba2−xSrxFeMoO6 systemJournal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials”, Volume 321, Issue 14, Pages 2239-2244(2009).
    4. Vibhav Pandey, Vivek Verma, R.P. Aloysius, G.L. Bhalla, R.K. Kotnala, “Magnetic and magneto-transport properties of (Ba0.8Sr0.2)2-xNdxFeMoO6Solid State Communications, Volume 149, Issues 21-22, Pages 869-873(2009).
    5. Vivek Verma, R.K. Kotnala, Vibhav Pandey, P.C. Kothari, L. Radhapiyari, B.S. Matheru, “The effect on dielectric losses in lithium ferrite by cerium substitutionJournal of Alloys and Compounds, Volume 466, Issues 1-2, Pages 404-407 (2008).
    6. VivekVerma, S.P. Gairola, Vibhav Pandey, R.K. Kotanala, Hua Su, “Permeability of Nb and Ta doped lithium ferrite in high frequency rangeSolid State Communications, Volume 148, Issues 3-4, Pages 117-121 (2008).
    7. R.K. Kotnala, Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, V.P.S. Awana, R.P. Aloysius, P.C. Kothari, “The effect of nano- SiO2 on the magnetic and dielectric properties of lithium cadmium ferriteSolid State Communications, Volume 143, Issues 11-12, Pages 527-531(2007).
    8. Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, R.K. Kotnala, Hari Kishan, Nitender Kumar, P.C. Kothari, “Influence of silicon substitution on the properties of lithium ferriteJournal of Alloys and Compounds, Volume 443, Issues 1-2, Pages 178-181(2007).
    9. Vibhav Pandey, R P Aloysius, Vivek Verma, H Kishan, P C Kothari, R K Kotnala, “Structural and Magnetic properties of Sr2-xMgxFeMoO6: A double Perovskite CMR system” Sensors letters, Volume 7, 1-8 (2009).
    10. Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, V.N. Shukla, S. Annapoorni and R.K. Kotnala, “Remarkable influence on the dielectric and magnetic properties of lithium ferrite by Ti and Zn substitution” Solid State Communications, Volume 149, Issues 39-40, Pages 1726-1730 , October (2009).
    11. Vivek Verma, S. P. Gairola, Vibhav Pandey, J.S. Tawale and R.K. Kotanala, “High permeability and low power loss of Ti & Zn substitution lithium ferrite in high frequency range” Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Volume 321, Issue 22, Pages 3808-3812, November (2009).
    12. S.P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, L.P. Purohit and R.K. Kotanala, “Modified composition of barium ferrite to act as a microwave absorber in X-band frequenciesSolid State communications, Volume 150, Issues 3-4, Pages 147-151, January (2010).
    13. Kuldeep Chand Verma, R.K. Kotnala, Vivek Verma, N.S. Negi, “Nanograins dependent dielectric constant, tunability, phase transition, impedance spectroscopy and leakage current of (Pb1 − xSrx)TiO3 thin films, Thin Solid Films, 518 (2010) 3320–3325.
    14. M. Abdullah Dar, Khalid Mujasam Batoo, Vivek Verma, W. A. Siddiqui and R.K. Kotnala,  “Synthesis and characterization of nano-sized pure and Al-doped lithium ferrite having high value of dielectric constantJ. Alloys and Compounds, 493 (2010) 553–560.
    15. Viswan L. Reena, Chorappan Pavithran, Vivek Verma and Janardhanan D. Sudha, “Nanostructured Multifunctional Electromagnetic Materials from the Guest-Host Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Ternary System of a Polyaniline-Clay-Polyhydroxy Iron Composite: Preparation and Properties” J. Phys. Chem. B2010, 114, 2578–2585.
    16. Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, Anterpreet Singh, S. Annapoorni and R.K. Kotanala, Magnetic properties of nanocrystalline Li0.35Cd0.3Fe2.35O4 ferrite prepared by modified citrate precursor method, Materials Chemistry and physics,122 (2010) 133–137. 
    17. R.K. Kotnala, M. Abdullah Dar,Vivek Verma, A.P. Singh, W.A. Siddiqui, “Minimizing of power loss in  Li-Cd ferrite by Nickel substitution for power applications Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials , 322 (2010) 3714–3719.
    18. S.P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, Lalit Kumar, M. Abdullah Dar, S. Anaapoorni, R. K. Kotnala,Enhanced             microwave absorption properties in Polyaniline and nano-ferrite composite in X-band” Synthetic Metals” 160, Issues 21-22 (2010) 2315-2318.
    19. Vibhav Pandey, Vivek Verma, G. L. Bhalla, and R. K. Kotnala, “Increased low field magnetoresistance  in electron doped system Sr0.4Ba1.6−xLaxFeMoO6” JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS 108, 053912 (2010).
    20. M. Abdullah Dar, Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, Ravi Sonkar, W. A. Siddiqui, and R. K. Kotnala, “Magnetic and Electrical Properties of Ti Substituted Lithium Zinc Ferrites” Integrated Ferroelectrics, 119(2010)135-142.
    21. S. P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, Ravi, L. P. Purohit, and R. K. Kotnala, “Modified  Composition of Cobalt Ferrite as Microwave Absorber in X-Band Frequencies” Integrated  Ferroelectrics, 119(2010) 151-156.
    22. J. Mohapatra, D. K. Mishra, S. K. Kamilla, V. R. R. Medicherla, D. M. Phase, V. Verma, and S. K. Singh,” Ni-doped ZnO: Studies on structural and magnetic properties” Phys. Status Solidi B, 1–8 (2011) / DOI 10.1002/pssb.201046513.
    23. R.K. Kotnala, Vibhav Pandey, Manisha Arora, V. Verma, R.P. Aloysius, Amita Malik, G.L. Bhalla,   “Identifying the contribution of band filling effects in the double perovskite system Sr0.4Ba1.6FeMoO6” Solid State Communications, 151, Issue 5, (2011) 415-419.
    24. M. Abdullah Dar, Vivek Verma, S.P. Gairola, W.A. Siddiqui, Rakesh Kumar Singh, R.K. Kotnala, “Low dielectric loss of Mg doped Ni–Cu–Zn nano-ferrites for power applicationsApplied Surface Science, Volume 258, Issue 14, 2012, 5342-5347.
    25. Vivek Verma, Shahab Ahmad, Abdullah Dar, R. Kotnala, “An Inexpensive Route to Synthesize High-Purity CrO2 for EMI Shielding in X-Band Frequencies” International Scholarly Research Network ISRN Materials Science 03/2012; 2012(Article ID 948219,).
    26. M. Abdullah Dar, R.K. Kotnala, Vivek Verma, Jyoti Shah, Weqar Ahmad Siddiqui, Masood Alam, “High Magneto-Crystalline Anisotropic Core-Shell Structured Mn0.5Zn0.5Fe2O4/PANI Nano-Composites Prepared by in-situ Emulsion PolymerizationJournal of physical chemistry C   2012, vol. 116, pp. 5277-5287.
    27. Priyanka, Simran, Adarsh Singh, Vivek Verma, ferrofluid: Preparation, Characterization and its Application for Energy Production, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) Vol. 2 Issue 4, April – 2013 ISSN:2278-0181.
    28. Vivek Verma, Prachi Sharma, Adarsh Singh, Effect of iron content on permeability and power loss characteristics of Li0⋅35Cd0⋅3Fe2⋅35O4 and Li0⋅35Zn0⋅3Fe2⋅35O4, Bull. Mater. Sci., Vol. 37, No. 3, May 2014, pp. 855-859. © Indian Academy of Sciences.
    29. Aparna Saxena, Prachi Sharma, Anjali Saxena, Vivek Verma, Raghvendra  Sahai Saxena, Effect of La doping on dielectric properties of  BiFe0.95Mn0.05O3 multiferroics, Ceramics International 40(2014)15065–15072.
    30. Prachi Sharma, Vivek Verma, Structural, magnetic and electrical properties of La and Mn co-substituted BFO samples prepared by the sol–gel technique, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials374(2015)18–21. 
    31. Vivek Verma, Jyoti Kapil, Neelam Singh, Structural, Magnetic Properties of Soft and HardFerrites and their EMI Shielding Application in X-Band Frequency Range, International Journal  of   Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 3 Issue12, December-2014.
    32. Vivek Verma, “Structural, Electrical and Magnetic properties of rare-earth and transition element co-doped    bismuth ferrites” Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Volume 641, 25 August 2015, Pages 205-209.
    33. Vivek Verma, Anu Beniwal, Anil Ohlan, Rahul Tripathi, “Structural, magnetic and ferroelectric properties of Pr-doped multiferroics bismuth ferrites Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic MaterialsVolume 394, 15 November 2015, Pages 385-390.
    34. Anu Beniwal, Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Balesh Vasisth, S. P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, “Modification in Structural, Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Pr Doped Bismuth Ferrites” International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol. 5 Issue 03, March-2016.
    35. Anu Beniwal, Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Rajan Walia, Vivek Verma, A systematic study on multiferroics Bi1_xCexFe1_yMnyO3:Structural,  magnetic and electrical properties, Ceramics International 42 (2016)10373–10379.
    36. Sushma Lather, Anjli Gupta, Jasvir Dalal, Vivek Verma, Rahul Tripathi, Anil Ohlan, “Effect of mechanical milling on structural, dielectric and magnetic properties of BaTiO3 Ni0.5Co0.5Fe2O4 multiferroic nano-composites”, Ceramics International, (43), Issue 3,  2017, Pages 3246-3251.
    37. Balesh Kumar Vashisth, Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Anu Beniwal, S.P. Gairola, Ashok Kumar, Nidhi Singh, Vivek Verma, Modified ferroelectric/magnetic and leakage current density properties of Co and Sm co-doped bismuth ferrites, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, (698),  2017, Pages 699-705.
    38. Preeti Gairola, Anil Ohlan, S. P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, S. K. Dhawan, and L. P. Purohit, “Encapsulation of Barium Ferrite and Reduced Graphene Oxide in poly(o-toluidine) as a Barrier for Electromagnetic Radiations”, Cryst. Res. Technol. 2017, 52, 1700117.
    39.  Jarnail S. BangruwaBalesh Kumar VashisthAnu Beniwal & Vivek Verma, “Structural, ferroelectric and magnetic properties of BiFeO3-ZnFe2O4 nano-composites”, Integrated Ferroelectrics ,Volume 184, 2017 - Issue 1, Pages 135-142.
    40. Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Balesh Kumar Vashisth, Nidhi Singh, Neelam Singh, Vivek Verma, “A systematic  study of structural, magnetic and electric properties of perovskite-spinel composites prepared by sol-gel technique”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds Volume 739, 30 March 2018, Pages 319-326.
    41. Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Balesh Kumar Vashisth, Neelam Singh, Vivek Verma,Anomalous          ferroelectric and magnetic behavior in BPFO-NZFO multiferroic nano-composites” Ceramics International 44 (2018) 11737–11744.
    42. Balesh Kumar Vashisth, jarnail S. Bangruwa, S. P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, “Synthesis and characterization of pure BiFeO3 using various complexing agents by Sol-gel method” Advance Material Letter 9(11) (2018) 805-810. 
    43. Balesh Kumar Vashisth, Jarnail S. Bangruwa, S. P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, “Structural, Dielectric, Ferroelectric and Magnetic Properties of Gd doped BiFeO3” Integrated FerroelectricsVolume 194(2018) - Issue 1, 21-27, doi.org/10.1080/10584587.2018.1514869.
    44. Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Vivek Verma, “Structural, Magnetic and electric properties of pure, Pr, ce doped and Ce-Mn co-doped Bismuth ferrites” Integrated ferroelectric, Volume 194(2018) - Issue 1, 8-15. DOI: 10.1080/10584587.2018.1514891.
    45. Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Sumit Kumar, Arti Chauhan, Parveen Kumar, Vivek Verma, Modified Magnetic and Electrical Properties of Perovskite-Spinel Multiferroic Composites, J. Supercond. Nov. Magn. (2019) 32: 2559. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10948-018-4986-z.
    46. Pranati Kharbanda, Tushar Madaan, Isha Sharma, Shruti Vashishtha, Parveen Kumar, Arti Chauhan, Sumit Mittal, Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Vivek Verma , Ferrites: magnetic materials as an alternate source of green electrical energy, Heliyon, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2019, Article e01151.
    47. Sumit Kumar, Arti, Parveen Kumar, Nidhi Singh, Vivek Verma, Steady microwave absorption behavior of two-dimensional metal carbide MXene and Polyaniline composite in X-band, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 488 (2019) 165364.
    48. Arti, Sumit Kumar, Parveen Kumar, Rajan Walia, Vivek Verma, Improved ferroelectric, magnetic and photovoltaic properties of Pr doped multiferroic bismuth ferrites for photovoltaic application, Results in Physics, Volume 14, September 2019, Article 102403.
    49. Sumit Kumar, Anil Ohlan, Prashant Kumar, Vivek Verma, Improved Electromagnetic Interference Shielding Response of Polyaniline Containing Magnetic Nano-ferrites, Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism page 1-12 (2019) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10948-019-05343-x.
    50. Parveen Kumar, Shruti Vashishth, Isha Sharma, and Vivek Verma, Porous SnO2 ceramic-based hydroelectric cells for green power generation, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, 2020: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10854-020-04880-9.
    51. Arti, Reema Gupta, Renuka Bokolia, Vivek Verma, Improvement in photovoltaic response of   bismuth ferrite by tuning its ferroelectric and band-gap properties, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron
      DOI: 10.1007/s10854-020-04925-z.
    52. Sumit Kumar, Vivek Verma, Rajan Walia, Magnetization and thickness dependent microwave attenuation behaviour of Ferrite-PANI composites and embedded composite-fabrics prepared by in situ polymerization, AIP Advances 11, 015106 (2021); https://doi.org/10.1063/9.0000022.
    53. Sumit Kumar, Parveen Kumar, Reema Gupta, Vivek Verma, “Electromagnetic interference shielding behaviors of in-situ polymerized ferrite-polyaniline nano-composites and ferrite-polyaniline deposited fabrics in X-band frequency range” J. Alloys and Compounds. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jallcom.2020.158331
    54. Sumit Kumar, Rajan Walia, Ashwani Kumar and Vivek Verma, “Hybrid structure of MWCNT/ferrite and GO incorporated composites for microwave shielding properties and their practical applications” RSC Adv., 2021, 11, 9775, DOI: 10.1039/d1ra01129d. 
    55. Parveen KumarSumit KumarAshwani Kumar & Vivek Verma, “Lithium-doped SnO2 porous ceramics-based hydroelectric cells: a novel green energy source for sustainable power generation”  J Mater Sci: Mater Electron (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10854-021-06037-8.
  2. In national/international conference full paper
    1. Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, R.K.Kotnala, “Magnetic and electrical properties of cadmium substituted lithium ferrites” MAGNETIC MATERIALS: International Conference on Magnetic Materials (ICMM-2007). AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 1003, pp. 133-135 (2008).
    2. Vivek Verma, R. K. Kotnala, “Synthesis and Characterization of  Nano-ferrites” MSI Bulletin, Vol. 31, (2007-2008).
    3. Shiv Prasad, VivekVerma, Vibhav Pandey, Jyoti Shah, M.C.Mathpal, L.P.Purohit, R. K. Kotnala, “Magnetic and Dielectric properties of nano-SiO2 & nano-TiO2 doped Lithium ferrite” in press, MMA-21 conference (2008).
    4. Jyoti Shah, Vivek Verma, Mohan Chand, Vibhav Pandey and R. K. Kotnala, “Humidity Sensitive Ceramic Material-Magnesium Ferrite” MSI Bulletin, Vol. 31, (2007-2008).
    5. R. P. Aloysius, Vivek Verma, Vibhav Pandey, P. Srinivasan, R. K. Kotnala, ESTABLISHEMENT OF  THE MAGNETIC FLUX DENSITY STANDARD IN THE RANGE 100 mT to 1000 mT 2010 Conference on  Precision Electromagnetic Measurements, June 13-18, 2010, Daejeon Convention Center, Daejeon, Korea.
    6. Vivek Verma, Jyoti Kapil, “Studies on the Enhancement of Magnetoelectric Properties of BFO Multiferroics”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), NCETRASECT-2015 Conference Proceedings Page 76-78.
    7. Balesh Kumar Vasisth, Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Anu Beniwal, S. P. Gairola, Vivek Verma, “Structural and Electrical Properties of Co and Sm co-doped bismuth ferrites”, ISST Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 7, No.2 (2016) 52-56.  
    8. Jarnail S. Bangruwa, Anu Beniwal, Vivek Verma, “Structural and Ferro-electrical Properties of BiFeO3-NiFe2O4 and BiFeO3-CoFe2O4 nano-composites”, ISST Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 7, No.2 (2016) 57-61.  
    9. Preeti, M. Farukh, Balesh Vasisth, Shaily Singhal, Lalit Gaur, Vivek Verma, S.P.Gairola, S.K.Dhawan, “Nanoferrite Embedded in O-Toluidine and Polyaniline Matrix for EMI Shielding” [Book: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Volume 479, 2017, DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-1708-7_129,ISBN-13:978-9811017070, Publisher: Springer; Chapter No.: 129].
    10. Sumit Kumar, Parveen Kumar, Vivek Verma, Jitendra Kumar, and Davender Singh, Application of composites of nanoferrites and conducting polymer in control of electromagnetic radiation in X-band, AIP Conference Proceedings 2265, 030090 (2020); https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0016660
  3. Book /Chapter
    1. Preeti, M. Farukh, Balesh Vasisth, Shaily Singhal, Lalit Gaur, Vivek Verma, S.P.Gairola, S.K.Dhawan, “Nanoferrite Embedded in O-Toluidine and Polyaniline Matrix for EMI Shielding” [Book: Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Volume 479, 2017, DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-1708-7_129,ISBN-13:978-9811017070, Publisher: Springer; Chapter No.: 129].
    2. Book: Nanostructured multiferroics, Chapter 3 “Multiferroic Study of Pure BiFeO3 Synthesized Using Various Complexing Agents by Sol-Gel method, Vivek Verma, Neelam Singh, Jarnail Singh Bangruwa, Published (2021) by WILEY-VCH GmbH, ISBN-978-3-537-34320-1
  4. Invited Talk:
    1. International online Conference on Nano Materials (ICN 2021) 09th -11th April 2021, Kottayam, Kerala, India. Organized by Mahatma Gandhi University, P.D Hills P.O, Kottayam, Kerala, India and Wroclaw University of technology, Wroclaw, Poland. Topic: Organic and inorganic composites for EMI shielding applications.
    2. STEMIO's Magnetism and Magnetic Materials Summit (SMMM-2021) May 07, 2021, “Multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Ferrites and graphene oxide composites for microwave shielding applications”.
    3. 9th World Congress and Expo on Green Energy July 28-29, 2021, “Green electrical energy production by porous oxide based hydroelectric cells”.

 

International and national Conference/ workshop/Seminal Attained

  1. National workshop on “Measurements & Characterization of Magnetic Materials20-21 April 2006, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata.
  2. National Seminar on Electroceramics, 5-6 November 2007, GVM Girls College, Sonepat.
  3. International conference on Magnetic Materials, 11-16 December, 2007,  Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata.
  4. International Conference on Magnetic Materials and their Applications for 21st century, 21-23 October, 2008, National physical laboratory, New Delhi.
  5. Three day Joint Academies Lecture Workshop on “Frontier in Physics” 21-23 January, 2011, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi.
  6. International Conference on Quantum Effects in Solids of Today (I-ConQuEST),  December 20 to 23, 2010 National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi(India), Vibhav Pandey, Sijin Kumar,Vivek Verma, Jyoti Shah, R PAloysius & R K Kotnala.Cation excess effect on the tunnellingmagnetoresistance of the double perovskite Sr2FeMoO6.
  7. International Conference on Quantum Effects in Solids of  Today (I-ConQuEST),  December 20 to 23, 2010 National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi(India), R. K. Kotnala, Vibhav Pandey, Sijin babu, R.P. Aloysius, Jyoti, Vivek Verma. A new Multiferroic Z-type Hexaferrite Sr3Co2Fe24O41 further modified to realize strong room temperature magnetoelectric effect.
  8. Workshop on Scientific Writing and Oral Presentation 6th December, 2014, sponsored by DBT-Star College Project, Hindu College, University of Delhi.
  9. National Conference on Emerging Trends of Research in Applied Sciences, Experimental &  Computational Techniques (20-21 February, 2015) Oral Presentation on the topic: “Studies on the  enhancement of magnetoelectric properties of BFO multiferroics”.
  10. International Conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, NANO-15 (07-10 December-2015), KSR campus, Paper Presentation “A systematic study of multiferroic properties of Bismuth ferrites prepared by Sol-gel technique”.
  11. Participated in two-day Workshop “Nuclear Power-Driving the Nation Ahead”, Department of Physics, Hindu College, University of Delhi in association with Nuclear Power Corporation, 23-24th 2016.
  12. International conference on physics, Society and technology-2019, Department of Physics, Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi, Kalkaji, New Delhi, India, January 17-19, 2019. Oral Presentation, “Modification in multiferroics properties of BFO by site engineering and anomalous ferro-electric and magnetic behaviour in BPFO-NZFO multiferroic nano-composites.  

Project under taken:

  1. Innovation Project-104 “Development of Thin Films / Nano materials for their Electronic and Biomedical Applications” HC-102 funded by University of Delhi, India.
  2. Fast Track Young Scientist Project“Studies on the Enhancement of magnetoelectric coupling in the multiferroic BiFeO3 thin films, sanctioned by the Department of Science and technology (DST) SERB/F/2090/2012-13 dated 10/07/2012.
  3. Star College Project funded by DBT, India.
  4. Inter disciplinary Innovation ProjectIP-2019-20/SC/09 “Oxides, alternative future materials for energy production and water purification” sanctioned by Hindu College, University of Delhi.

Ph.D. Students:             

Sr. No.

Name

Topic

Status

1.

Dr. Jarnail Singh

Multiferroics

Awarded-2018

2.

Dr. Balesh Kumar Vashisth        

Multiferroic Composites

Awarded-2020

3.

Mr. Sumit Kumar                           

EMI shielding

pursuing

4.

Ms. Arti

Photovoltaic properties

pursuing

5.

Parveen Kumar

Energy harvesting

pursuing

 

Dissertation/Research Project supervised  

Sr. No.

Name

Institute

Course

1.

Ms. Deepika Nain

Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Rajasthan  

M.Sc. (Physics)

2.

Ms. Meenu

Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Rajasthan  

M.Sc. (Physics)

3.

Ms. Nidhi

Banasthali Vidyapeeth, Rajasthan  

M.Sc. (Physics)

4.

Ms. Bhamiti Sharma

Miranda House, Delhi University

M.Sc. (Physics)

5.

Mr. Tushar Madan

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

6.

Ms. Pranati Kharbanda

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

7.

Ms. Shruti

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

8.

Ms. Isha Sharma

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

9.

Ms. Anahat

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

10.

Mr. Amithabh

MNIT, Dhanbad

M.Sc. (Physics)

11.

Ms. Priyanka

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Chemistry

12.

Ms. Taranpreet

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Chemistry

13.

Mr. Kalpak Gupta

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

14.

Mr. Sahil

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

15.

Mr. Ajay Sharma

RPS Degree college, Mahendergarh

M.Sc. (Physics)

16.

Ms. Kirti Sharma

RPS Degree college, Mahendergarh

M.Sc. (Physics)

17.

Ms. Monika

RPS Degree college, Mahendergarh

M.Sc. (Physics)

18.

Ms. Pradhi

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

19.

Ms. Simran

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

20.

Mr. Arjun

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

21.

Mushin Mubarak

Hindu College, Delhi University

B.Sc. (H), Physics

Biography:

Dr. Vivek Kumar Verma has completed his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from University of Lucknow, India. He has done his PhD in Physics at the age of 29 years from University of Delhi and National Physical Laboratory (CSIR), India. In 2009 he has joined Department of Physics, Hindu College, University of Delhi as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Vivek Kumar Verma is lifetime member of Magnetic Society of India. He has supervised many Ph.D. students. His area of interest are nano magnetic materials, EMI shielding, ferroelectric materials and energy materials. He has published more than 55 papers in reputed journals and serving as an active member of scientific society. Currently working as an Assistant Professor in department of Physics, Hindu College, Delhi University, India.



Area of Interest.

          The thesis work was on the development of the high quality, cost effective and low loss ferrites for microwave and power applications. EMI shielding applications of soft and hard ferrites and their composites with conducting polymers.

    Area of reasearch- Magnetic nano-materials, Spintronics materials and multiferroic systems.

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Departments Physics
Designation Assistant Professor

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