IIEST, Shibpur

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

(Formerly Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)

Empowering the nation since 1856

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Research

  • Synthesis and characterization of thermoelectric nanomaterials and composites
  • Characterization of Fuel cells & its components
  • Development and Spectroscopic characterization of Laser and Luminescent materials
  • Photoluminescence, Fluorescence, Phosphorescence and Upconversion in rare earth doped glasses
  • Synthesis and Optical properties of rare earth Nano-materials
  • Processing and characterization of electroceramic materials used as capacitor dielectrics, sensors and actuators etc.
  • Preparation & characterization of oxide glass by sol-gel route
  • Preparation of nanocomposites and their structural, dielectric, thermal, magnetic and ultrasonic characterization.
  • Physics and applications of Nano-crystalline solids
  • Design and optimization of optical fibers for dense WDM system.
  • Nonlinear pulse propagation through single mode optical fibers.
  • Nuclear structure and nuclear astrophysics
  • High energy physics
  • Quantum field theory at finite temperature and density
  • Atomic Physics in Plasmas, Laser-atom interactions.
  • Spectroscopy of confined quantum systems, Many-body techniques in atomic physics.
  • Nanostructure based Photonics, Photovoltaics and, Sensors.  
  • Experimental and Theoretical (Large Basis Shell Model (LBSM) and Particle Rotor Model (PRM) Calculation) studies of nuclear structure properties in the mass A~40,  A~ 100 and A~150 regions.
  • Spectroscopic study in  A~40 region
  • Theoretical studies of nuclear structure in the space above and below 132Sn core.
  • Preparation and Characterization of implanted target for nuclear experiments.
  • Study of structural aspects, chemical kinetics and interfacial properties of the ultrathin films
  • Plasma surface interaction,
  • Plasma on biomedical application.
  • Transport property of transition metal ions
  • Carbon nanotubes, Graphene, Nanotechnology
  • Collective excitation in fractional quantum Hall effect
  • Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and Quantum Chromodynamics.