|Name||Dr. Gurjot Singh|
|Qualification||Ph.D. (Physics) & M.Phil. (Physics) Panjab University, Chandigarh, M.Sc.(Hons. School) Physics, GNDU, Amritsar|
|Total Years of Work Experience||08 Years|
|Total Teaching Experience||08 Years|
|Total Corporate Experience||–|
|Email ID||[email protected]|
|Teaching Interests||Electicity & Magnetism, Atomic & Nuclear Physics, Physics of Energy, Experimental Techniques in Physics, Radiation Measurements|
|Research Interests||Photon-Atom interaction processes, Energy Dispersive (EDXRF) & Wavelength Dispersive (WDXRF) X-ray Fluorescenc technique, Interdisciplinary research.|
|Achievements and awards:||
|Conference, Seminars & Workshops:||
(1) Member of Organizing committee DAE BRNS- IANCAS National Workshop on “Nuclear Sciences and Application of Radioisotopes” at Guru Nanak College for Girls, Sri Muktsar Sahib on 9-10 March, 2019.
(2) Co-Convener of National seminar on ‘Emerging research trends in Experimental Physics (ERTEP-2019)’, at Guru Nanak College for Girls, Sri Muktsar Sahib on 22-23 Feb, 2019.
(3) Oral Presentation at National seminar on ‘Emerging research trends in Experimental Physics (ERTEP-2019)’, at Guru Nanak College for Girls, Sri Muktsar Sahib on 22-23 Feb, 2019.
(4) Resource person at Science Academies’ 79th Refresher Course in Experimental Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh(2016).
(5) Attended Motivational Contact Programme for Talented School Students’, held at Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh(2015).
(6) Attended Science Academies’ 56th Refresher Course in Experimental Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh (2014).
(7) Attended National School cum Workshop in Accelerator Physics (March 2016) held at Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh .
(8) Tenth Chandigarh Science Congress (2016) held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(9) Ninth Chandigarh Science Congress (2015) held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(10) Eighth Chandigarh Science Congress (2014) held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(11) India-UK Seminar in Nuclear Physics at ISOLDE (January, 2014), Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(12) Seventh Chandigarh Science Congress (2013) held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(13) Workshop on MATLAB (2012) held at ICSSR, Panjab University,Chandigarh.
(14) Sixth Chandigarh Science Congress (2012) held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
(15) Attended International Conference on Advances in Condensed & Nano Materials (ICACNM-2011) held at Panjab University, Chandigarh (2011).
(16) Attended National Conference on Radioactivity & applications of Radioisotopes held at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (2009).
(17) Attended National Conference on Recent Trends in Material Science held at D.A.V. College, Amritsar (2009).
(18) Attended National Conference on Advance Materials and Nanotechnology at S.R. Govt. College for Women, Amritsar (2009).
(19) Attended National Conference on Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors-16 held at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar (2008).
|Recent Publications||https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gurjot_Singh18 , https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=QSNjHkkAAAAJ&hl=en 1. Rayleigh scattering of 66Dy-K X-rays in elements with 22 ≤ Z ≤ 90.
(1) Gurjot Singh, A. Upmanyu, P. Singh, H. S. Kainth, J. S. Shahi, R. Singh and S. Kumar, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 141 (2017) 257.
(2) Cross section measurements of radiative KL2,3 RRS in 24Cr and L3M4,5 RRS in 59Pr for Mn Kα1,2 X-rays. V. Sharma, A. Upmanyu, R. Singh, Gurjot Singh, H. Sharma, S. Kumar and D. Mehta, Radiation Physics and Chemistry 135(2017) 55.
(3) Measurement of large angle Rayleigh scattering cross sections for 39.5, 40.1 and 45.4 keV photons in elements with 26 ≤ Z ≤ 83, A. Upmanyu, Gurjot Singh, H. Duggal, H.S. Kainth, A. Bhalla and S. Kumar, Applied Radiation and Isotopes 128 (2017) 125.
(4) Measurements of elastic scattering cross sections for 25.2, 28.5, 37.4, 36.8, and 42.2 keV X‐ray photons in elements with 22 ≤ Z ≤ 83, A. Upmanyu, Gurjot Singh H. S. Kainth, D. Mehta,J. S. Shahi, S. Kumar, X‐Ray Spectrometry 47(6) (2018) 459-474.
(5) Fabrication of Thin Targets of 160Gd by Thermal Evaporation Technique,Kavita, S.R. Abhilash, D. Kabiraj, K.S. Golda, S. Chopra, S. Ojha, G.R. Umapathy, D. Mehta, Gurjot Singh, S. Kumar, R. Kumar and H. Singh, Vacuum 145 (2017) 11.
(6) Alignment of L3 subshell vacancy states created without Coster–Kronig decay through the selective photoionization in 82Pb, 90Th and 92U and effect of external magnetic field, G. Singh, Gurjot Singh, A. Upmanyu, H. S. Kainth, S. Kumar and D. Mehta, Eur. Phys. J. D 71 (2017) 248.
(7) Chemical shift in Lα, Lβ1, Lβ3,4, Lβ2,15, Lγ1 and Lγ2,3 emission lines of 47Ag, 48Cd and 50Sn compounds, H. S. Kainth, R. Singh, GurjotSingh, D.Mehta., Nuclear Inst, and Methods in Physics Research B 414 (2018) 84.
(8) Trace elemental profile of School Chalk from a few Companies in Punjab areas by WDXRF Technique, H.S.Kainth, R. Singh, Gurjot Singh,A.Upmanyu, D.Mehta, J.S.Shahi, D.Joseph. International Journal of Modern Sciences and Engineering Technology (IJMSET), 3 (2016) 6.
(9) Contribution of flyash from coal-fired thermal power plants to uranium contamination of ground water, G Singh, G Singh, N Rani, A Bhalla, A Upmanyu, S Kumar, D Mehta, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry 318 (2) (2018), 857.
(10) Novel technique of making thin target foil of high density material via rolling method, C. K. Gupta, A. Rohilla, R. P. Singh, Gurjot Singh, and S. K. Chamoli, AIP Conference Proceedings 1962, 030013 (2018).
(11) Evaluation of positional accuracy of the Varian’s Exact-arm and R-arm support EPID using IMRT graticule phantom.R. Singh, H. S. Kainth, Sachin, Gurjot Singh, D. Mehta, J. S. Shahi, B. Singh and T. Verma, Journal of Cancer Research and Therapeutics 15 (2019) 204.
(12) Fabrication of isotopic 127I target from potassium iodide for heavy ion nuclear reactions, SS Tiwary, HP Sharma, S Chakraborty, C Majumder, Gurjot Singh, D Mehta, S Kumar, SR Abhilash, D Kabiraj, RP Singh, S Muralithar, Vacuum 167(2019)336.