Publication per faculty (2009 to 2014)

Name of the faculty: Dr. Sabyasachi Sen

1. S. Sen and  S. Chakrabarti ' In silico design of a tunable molecular spin filter using chromium-carbon-chromium chains' Chem. Phys. 428, 34-42 (2014). 
ISSN: 0301-0104
Journal Impact factor: 1.957.

2. M.Chattopadhyaya, S. Sen, M.. M. Alam, and S. Chakrabarti ' On site Coulomb repulsion dominates over the non-local Hartree-Fock exchange in determining the band gap of polymers'
J. Phys. Chem. Solids. 75, 212–223 (2014).  ISSN: 0022-3697
Journal Impact factor: 1.632

3. S. Sen and  S. Chakrabarti ' Graphitic silicon nitride: a metal free ferromagnet with charge and spin current rectification' Chem Phys Chem.
 ISSN 1079-7114 (online) 0031-9007 (print). Submitted in December 2013.
Journal Impact factor: 3.349.

4. M.Chattopadhyaya, M.. M. Alam, S. Sen, and S. Chakrabarti ' Electrostatic Spin Crossover and Concomitant Electrically Operated Spin Switch Action in a Ti-Based Endohedral Metallofullerene Polymer' Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 257204 (2012).
ISSN 1079-7114 (online) 0031-9007 (print).
Journal Impact factor: 7.943.

5. M.Chattopadhyaya, S. Sen, M.. M. Alam, and  S. Chakrabarti ' The role of relativity and non-local exchange on the band gap of thiophene, selenophene and tellurophene oligomers' J. Chem. Phys.136, 094904 (2012).
ISSN: 0021-9606  E-ISSN: 1089-7690
Journal Impact factor: 3.164.

6. S. Sen and S. Chakrabarti, Ferromagnetically Coupled Cobalt-Benzene-Cobalt: The Smallest Molecular Spin Filter with Unprecedented Spin Injection Coefficient, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132 (2010)15334.
Print Edition ISSN: 0002-7863 Web Edition ISSN: 1520-5126
Journal Impact factor: 10.677
Published as a Research Highlight in Nature India, entitled ' Electron spin memory' doi:10.1038/nindia.2010.170; Published online 30 November 2010.

7. S. Sen, P. Seal and S. Chakrabarti ' A comparative study of the nonlinear optical properties of CdnXn (X: S, Se and Te) clusters' Journal of Cluster Science, 21 (2010) 591.
ISSN: 1040-7278 (Print) 1572-8862 (Online).
Journal Impact factor: 1.111

8. P. Seal, S. Sen and  S. Chakrabarti ' Ab initio Investigation on the Nonlinear Optical Properties of CdnTen (n=1-6) Clusters' Chem. Phys. 367 (2010) 152.
ISSN: 0301-0104
Journal Impact factor:1.896
9. S. Sen and S. Chakrabarti 'Negative differential resistance in fused thiophene trimer' Computational Materials Science, 45 (2009) 889.  
ISSN: 0927-0256
Journal Impact factor:1.878


Name of the faculty: Dr. Mahuya Das
List of publications:
1.  Dipa Ray, Mahuya Das*, and Debarati Mitra, A Comparative Study of the Stress Relaxation Behaviour of the Untreated and the Alkali Treated Jute Fibres.: 2012, J. Appl. Polym. Sci.123:3: 1348–1358.
2.  Mahuya Das*, Dipa Ray, Sourish Banerjee, Nil R. Bandyopadhyay, Amitava Basumallik, Sri Bandyopadhyay. 2011, Thermogravimetric and Resistivity Study of Ex-situ and In-situ PMMA/-COOH Functionalized MWNT Composites.  J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 120:5: 2954–2961.
3.  Dipa Ray, Mahuya Das*, and Debarati Mitra. Influence of Alkali Treatment on Creep Properties and Crystallinity of Jute Fibres. 2009, Bioresources. 4: 2: 730-739
4. Mahuya Das and Debabrata Chakrabarty. Thermogravimetric Analysis and Weathering Study by Water Immersion of Alkali Treated Bamboo Fibres. 2008, Bioresources, 3(4): 1051-1062.
5. Mahuya Das, Debabrata Chakraborty. The Effect of Alkalization and Fibre Loading on The Mechanical Properties of Bamboo Fibre Composites: Part 1 – Polyester Resin Matrix. 2009, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 112:1: 489-495.
6. Mahuya Das, Debabrata Chakraborty. The Effect of Alkalization and Fibre Loading on The Mechanical Properties of Bamboo Fibre Composites: Part 2 – Resol Matrix. 2009, J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 112:1: 447-453.
7. Mahuya Das, Debabrata Chakrabarty. Study of Impact Properties and Morphology of Uni-Directional Bamboo Strips-Polyester Composites: Effect of Mercerization. 2008, Comp. Interf.: 15(7-9): 829-839.
8. Mahuya Das, Debabrata Chakraborty. Thermo-gravimetric and Weathering Study of Novolac resin composites Reinforced with mercerized Bamboo Fiber. 2009, Polym. Comp. 30: 10: 1408-1416.
9. Das, M. and Chakraborty, D. Processing of the Uni-directional Powdered Phenolic Resin–Bamboo Fiber Composites and Resulting Dynamic Mechanical Properties. 2009, J. Reinf. Plast. And Comps. 28: 11: 1339-1348.
Name of the faculty: Dr. Subhamay Singha Roy
List of publications:
1. S.Singha Roy and P.bandyopadhya , “Torsion and entropy driven denaturation of DNA” Phs. Lett A.,377,2884-2889, 2013
2. Singha Roy, Subhamoy, “ A Simple theoretical analysis of the Einstein relation for the DMR in Nano compounds on the basis of k.p formalism”,  SPIE Vol. 8093, pp.809329-809329-22(2011) NASA ADS Physics.
3. S.Singha Roy “On a simplified analysis of the external photoelectric effect from quantum wells, wires and dots of non-linear optical and optoelectronic nanostructure materials” , ISRN Material Research, 343548(2011).
4. Singharoy.Subhamoy R. “Simple theoretical analysis of the thermoelectric power under strong magnetic quantization in superlattices of non-parabolic semiconductors”. NASA ADS Physics, , 7646E.45S (2010), USA
5. S.Singha roy.“Simple theoritical Analysis of Quantum Confinement on the Carrier   Contribution to the Elastic Constants in Nonlinear Optical and Optoelectronic Materials“ . Journal of Naoscience and Nanotechnology, USA, SPIS ,16,  (2010)
6. Subhamoy Singha Roy  “Simple theoretical analysis of the EMC in Degenerate Semiconductor” .Journal of Naoscience and Nanotechnology, USA, (2010).
7. Roy.Subhamoy Singha, “Quantum confinement on the carrier contribution to the elastic constants in nonlinear optical and optoelectronic materials” NASA ADS Physics,  , 7838E.38R. (2010), USA
8. S.Singha Roy  “Nucleic Acid as a Spin system using The Einstein relation in Nanostructured materials”. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Lat.  DSS,     NASA, 2010 USA
9. S.Singha Roy. “The Einstein relation for the diffusivity-mobility ratio in nonlinear optical, optoelectronic and related material”. Physica B, NETHERLANDS, (2009)
10. S.Singha Roy “A simple theoretical analysis of the Interband Optical Absorption Co-efficient in Wide –Gap semiconductor in the presence of an external electric field and its dependence on a longitudinal magnetic field”  Physica B,   NETHERLANDS, (2009)
11. S.Singha Roy, “Simple theory of the optical absorption coefficient in non-parabolic semiconductors”  J. aPPL PHYSICS, USA (2009).

Name of the faculty: Dr. Swagata Bhattacherjee
List of publications:
1. Abhijit Biswas and Swagata Bhattacherjee "Temperature  dependency of threshold voltage and subthreshold slope of strained –Si channel MOSFET’s with polysilicon gates"  accepted in Microelectronic reliability, 2014
2. Abhijit Biswas and Swagata Bhattacherjee, “Accurate modeling of the influence of back gate bias and interface roughness on the threshold voltage of nanoscale DG MOSFETs” Microelectronic Reliability vol. 53page 363-370,2013.
3. Swagata Bhattacherjee and Abhijit Biswas, “Effects of hot carriers on threshold voltage and subthreshold slope of MOS  devices with different gate architectures”, Int. J. BITM Trans. EECC, vol. 2 No 1, page 70 – 82, 2011.
4. Swagata Bhattacherjee and Abhijit Biswas, “A continuous drain current model for long Ge channel double gate (DG) p MOSFETs with high-k gate dielectrics and estimation of analog circuit parameters”, Microelectronic Reliability vol- 51, page 1105-1112, 2011.

Name of the faculty: Mr. Partha Sarathi Das
List of publications:
1. P. S. Das, and A. Biswas, “Investigations on electrical characteristics and reliability properties of MOS capacitors using HfAlOx on n-GaAs substrates,” Microelectronics Reliability, 52 (2011) 112.
2. P. S. Das, and A. Biswas, “Investigation of charge trapping and breakdown characteristics of sputtered-Y2O3 on n-GaAs substrates,” Thin Solid Films, 520 (2011) 47.
3. P. S. Das, and A. Biswas, “Influence of Post Deposition Annealing on Y2O3-Gated GaAs MOS Capacitors and its Reliability Issues,” Microelectronic Engineering, 88 (2011) 282.
4. P. S. Das, and A. Biswas, “Charge trapping and reliability characteristics of ultra-thin HfYOx films on n-GaAs substrates,” Microelectronics Reliability, 50 (2010) 1924.
5. P. S. Das, and A. Biswas, “Improved electrical and interfacial properties of RF-sputtered HfAlOx on n-GaAs with effective Si passivation,” Appl. Surf. Sci., 256 (2010) 6618.
6. P. S. Das, G. K. Dalapati, D. Z. Chi, A. Biswas, and C. K. Maiti, “Characterization of Y2O3 Gate Dielectric on n-GaAs substrates,” Appl. Surf. Sci., 256 (2010) 2245.
7. P. S. Das, A. Biswas, and C. K. Maiti, “Effects of an ultrathin Si passivation layer on the interfacial properties of RF-sputtered HfYOx on n-GaAs substrates,” Semicond. Sci. Technol., 24 (2009) 085026.