Hi,

I am interesting in pursuing Ph.D in material sciences. I have worked in the area of synthesis and characterization of CNT and using CNT-PVDF polymers for strain sensing applications. Could anyone please suggest me the list of universities where I can applying for Ph.D program. Also, briefly mention the criteria required for applying.

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HI , if you want to join at NIT Rourkela in doing your said field of research , plz. contact the professor given in the link

http://www.nitrkl.ac.in/Academic/1Department/FacultyProfile.aspx?hs...

Dear

If you are interested for PhD in CSIR you can see the guideline of AcSR.

http://www.rrljorhat.res.in/

Raju Khan

Sr Scientist

Analytical Chemistry Division

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