VISIONTo be a competitive center of excellence in teaching, learning and research to the standards of International Universities.
MISSIONTo provide the best training through teaching and research that enables the students to master the concepts in applied physics so that they can apply it in the trust areas of Engineering and technology and also to evoke their interest in advanced research areas.
- Engineering Physics (17PHY12/22)
- Engineering Physics Lab (17PHYL17/27)
Sub code : 17PHY12/ 17PHY22 Subject : Engineering Physics
Sub code : 17PHYL17/17PHYL27
Subject : Engineering Physics Lab
|C102.1||Learn and understand more about basic principles and to develop problem solving skills and implementation in technology.|
|C102.2||Study of material properties and its applications is the prime role to understand and use in engineering applications and studies.|
|C102.3||Study of Lasers and Optical fibers and its applications are to impart knowledge, and to develop skills to use modern instruments in the engineering applications.|
|C102.4||Understand the Crystal structure and concepts of nanoscience and technology will boost the technical skills and its applications.|
|C102.5||Exposure of shock waves concept and its applications brings latest technology to the students at the first year level to develop research orientation programs at higher semester level.|
|C107.1||Develop skills to impart practical knowledge in real time solution.|
|C107.2||Understand principle, concept, working and application of new technology and comparison of results with theoretical calculations.|
|C107.3||Design new instruments with practical knowledge.|
|C107.4||Gain knowledge of new concept in the solution of practical oriented problems and to understand more deep knowledge about the solution to theoretical problems.|
|C107.5||Understand measurement technology, usage of new instruments and real time applications in engineering studies.|
Physics department has well established research lab funded by VGST, Govt. of Karnataka, actively involved in research on structural and size effects on optical and electrical properties of materials. Current PhD students registered under Physics R&D :
- i) Ms. Sindhya Raghunath : Photoluminescence studies of alkaline earth tungstate and Molybdates.
- ii) Mr. Rafeeque Ahmed : Spinel structured Indates for solid state lighting applications.
|1||Prof. Uma Praveen||BSc||MSc||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR & HOD||8.5||NIL||NIL|
|2||Dr.Krishna Moorthy V||BSc||MSc||Cryogenics||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||5||4||2|
|3||Prof. Chitra RH||BSc||MSc||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||3||NIL||NIL|
|4||Dr.D.Bharath||BSc||MSc||Non Linear Optical materials||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||3.5||NIL||NIL|
|5||Dr.Gayathree Mohan||BSc||MSc||Nonlinear Dynamics||PROFESSOR||9||NIL||NIL|
|6||Prof. Mohan Kumar C R||BSc||MSc||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||5||NIL||NIL|