Applied Physics and Optoelectronics

  • In addition to teaching Physics, Electrodynamics and Materials Science courses to Engineering students, the department has been offering M. Sc. (Applied Physics) since 1969 and M. Tech. (Optoelectronics) with specialization in Optical Communication since 1995.
  • The laboratories in area of lasers, fiber optics, non linear optics, optical communication and nanotechnology are among the best in the country offering M.Tech programs. The M.Tech. program is accredited twice for 5 years (2007-2012 and 2013-2018)
  • Research and Development labs have been developed for PhD programs.
  • The department has been running a number of collaborative programs at national level with RRCAT, Indore, BARC, Mumbai, DAVV- Indore, IIT-Mumbai, IISc-Bangalore, etc.
  • The international collaboration with the Institute of Physics, Humboldt University, Berlin (Germany) has been sponsored by DST , Govt. of India and DAAD, Germany, since 2003.
  • Several research projects funded by DST, DAE, CSIR, AICTE, UGC, NPMASS, MPCOST, ICMR and DBT with a large number of full time research fellows are either completed or being conducted successfully in the department.
  • In the last six years (2009-2017), 15 Ph.D. theses have been submitted in the area of Nonlinear optics and laser physics, semi-conductor Nanostructures. At present, six (06) students are pursuing their PhD from the department.
  • The research group publishes large number of research papers in leading International Journals of USA, UK, Japan, Germany etc.
  • The PG Students are encouraged to take up their major project works at leading national institutes and RD organizations like IISc, IITs, CEERI-Pilani, CSIR - Chandigarh, DRDO, SMAEER-Mumbai.



Vision

The department aspires to generate experts in the areas of Photonics, and Applied Physics akin to the society with imparted training on human values and socio-economic uplift of the country.



Mission

To create well trained manpower in the areas of Lasers, Photonics, Optoelectronics, Applied Physics and modern areas of Science, Engineering and Technology.