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I am...
Engineer
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
I have presented set conference paper on titled -“Compute the Bragg’s reflectivity for 30 alternatively stacked layers with varying refractive index” held at VIT University and also on “Growth and study of gold micro-plates for electrode applications”.Now working on SU-8 Photoresists based composites
Interest in...
Advanced Nanomaterials, Nanomaterials synthesis and their characterization technique and Nanophotonics,Microfluidics and nanofluidics.
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Published in IEEE on "growth and study of gold microplates for electrode applications"
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Vit university,vellore
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http://VIT UNIVERSITY,VELLORE
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