DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS

SRM TRP Engineering College

About The Department

The department of Physics was established in the year 2010, and is the cornerstone for humanities at SRM TRP Engineering College. From its very inception, the department is playing very active role to impart physics and its applications in the context of engineering that will aid the students to apply in their core subject areas. Currently, the department of Physics is offering doctoral degree (Ph.D.) programme in Physics.

 

 

PROGRAM OFFERED

Ph.D.-Physics

Department of Physics has been recognized as a “Research Centre” by the Anna University (Recognition Number – 4379520)

The department of Physics was established in the year 2010 to support the department for B.E., / B.Tech. Programmes.  It focuses on imparting knowledge in the applied Physics to the budding engineers through quality teaching, besides promoting research activities and consultancy. The overarching goal of the department is to furnish students with top-tier education and provide the requisite skills to excel across diverse engineering disciplines and research domains. The department of Physics is recognized as a “Research Centre” under the Anna University from 2023. The department also has tie-ups with recognized institutions and R & D laboratories for research activities. The faculty members are actively engaged with esteemed professional bodies such as MRSI, USI, ASI, ISTE, MSI, and IAPT. Through the interdisciplinary research endeavours, they have contributed to over 60 International and National peer-reviewed journal publications, as well as securing ten patents. Furthermore, the department consistently organizes technical lectures, seminars, and workshops, fostering a vibrant research culture among both faculty members and students. The specializations of the faculty members are in Nanomaterials, Magnetic materials, Dye degradation, Photonics, Photoluminescence, Optoelectronic Devices, Energy Storage Devices, Condensed Matter Physics, Thin films and Spectroscopy.

Recognized supervisors

Name of the SupervisorArea of Research

Dr. B. Sethuraman


Professor

Supercapacitors, Nanomaterials

Dr. K. Sakthipandi


Professor

Magnetic Materials, Condensed Matter Physics, Nanomaterials,

Dr. K. Venkatesan


Assistant Professor

Magnetic Materials, Nanomaterials

Number of Faculty as per the Norms

The Department has 32 dedicated faculty members.

Laboratories

Chemistry Laboratory

Communication Skills Laboratory

Physics Laboratory

Nano Research Laboratory

Faculty Publication

S.NoName of the FacultyTitle of the PaperName of Journal, Issue, Vol, Year
1Dr. K.K. PurushothamanFabrication of two-dimensional reduced graphene oxide supported V2O5 networks and their application in supercapacitors.Materials Chemistry and Physics 170, 2016,PP 266-275.
2Mr. A. Joseph Sagaya KenendyNatural dye sensitized CuO nanorods for luminescence applicationsCeramic internatilonal, Volume 42, Issue 5, 2016, PP. 6198–6205.
3Mr. A. Joseph Sagaya KennedyOptical studies of CuO Nanoparticles using Catharanthus Roseus Plant leavesInternational journal of chemical concepts, Vol.02, No.01, (2016), pp 43-49.
4Mr. A. Joseph Sagaya KennedyPL studies on NiO nanoflakes using naturalTabernaemontana Divaricata plant LeavesInternational Journal of Chem. Tech. Research, Vol.8, No.11, 2015, pp 316-321.
5Mr. B. Sethuraman & Dr. K.K. PurushothamanCarbon Coated Flowery V2O5 Nanostructure as Novel Electrode Material for High Performance SupercapacitorsElectrochimica Acta 186, 2015, PP 285-291
6Mr. B. Sethuraman & Dr. K.K. PurushothamanFabrication of Natural Polymer Assisted Mesoporous Co3O4/Carbon Composites for SupercapacitorsElectrochimica Acta 168, 2015, PP 50-58
7Dr. K.K. PurushothamanAg3O4 Grafted NiO Nanosheets for High Performance SupercapacitorsJournal of Materials Chemistry. A 3 (1), 2015, PP 420-427
8Dr. K.K. PurushothamanHigh performance supercapacitor based on carbon coated V2O5 nanorodsJournal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 758, 2015, PP 111-116
9Mr. A. Joseph Sagaya KennedyPreparation, Characterization and Chemical Sensing Behaviour of Polyaniline Thin FilmsInternational Journal of Nanotechnology and Applications, 9(1), 2015, pp. 1-7.
10Dr. C.Karikal ChozhanInfluence of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes on Mechanical, Thermal &Electrical Behavior of Polybenzoxazian-EPOXY NanocompositePolymer-Plastic Technology and Engineering-54, 2015, PP 68-80
11Dr. C.SankarConformational Analysis of 2, 6-Diarylpiperidin-4-one Hydrazones by X-ray diffraction and NMR Spectroscopy.Journal of Molecular Structure-1083(2015),27-38
12Dr. K.AnbarasuOxidation of Glycolic acid by Piperidinium ChlorchromateRes. J. Chem. & Environ., 19(3), 2015, PP 29-33
13Mr. G. RavichandranTime to recruitment for a single grade manpower system with two thresholds, different epochs for inter-decisions as an order statistics and exitsInternational Journal Of Engineering And Science, 5(6), 2015, PP 24-28,
2015
14Mr. G. RavichandranVariance of time to recruitment for a single grade manpower system with different epochs for exits and two types of decisions having two thresholdsInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 5(3), 2016, PP 3801 – 3806
15Mr. G. RavichandranTime to recruitment for a single grade manpower system with two thresholds, different epochs for exits and geometric inter-decisionsIOSR Journal of Mathematics, 11(2), Version III, 2015,29-32
16Mr. G. RavichandranTime to recruitment for a single grade manpower system with two thresholds, different epochs for exits and correlated inter-decisionsInternational Research Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences 2(2), 2015, PP 129-138
17Mr. G. RavichandranVariance of time to recruitment for a single grade manpower system with two thresholds having different epochs for decisions and exitsIndian Journal of Applied Research, 5(1), 2015, 60-64
18Dr. K. Abdul RazakOptimal reliability for transmission flow mixed series-parallel systemsInternational Journal of Scientific Research, 4(4), 2015, pp. 269-278
19Dr. K. Abdul RazakFuzzy System Reliability With Minimization Of Coefficient Of Variance For Multi-Stage Series-Parallel SystemsFar East Journal of Mathematical sciences, 96(2), 2015, PP.249-264
20P. SaranyaStochastic Models for a Two Grade Manpower System with Wastage as a Geometric Process International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 5(3), 2016, PP 3552– 3559
21R. ManikandanFuzzy Mathematical Model Using NH Distribution for The Effect of OxytocinInternational Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 11, (1), 2016, Special Issues pp.494-497
22R. ManikandanA Stochastic Recoupment Model for the increase of Oxytoxin due to human stressJournal of Health, Medicine and Nursing Vol . 10, 2015
23K. Easu Julia RaniBenzenoid systems: A Computational study of two topological IndicesInternational Journal of Electrical Electronics & Computer science Engineering, Volume 2, Issue 5 ,2015, PP 12-16
24K. Easu Julia RaniThe Geometric-Arithmetic Index of an Infinite Class of N of Dendrimer Nanostar

International Journal of
Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, 4 (1), 2016,PP 218-222,
25K. Easu Julia RaniThe edge version of Inverse Sum Indeg Index of Connected graphInternational Journal of
Mathematical Archive, 7(1),2016, PP 8-12