My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
PVD grown nanostructured thin films for gas sensing and memory device applications.
Nanoscale materials for gas sensing, the memory device, supercapacitor and solar cell applications
Publication related to thesis
1. Arvind Kumar, A. Sanger, A. Kumar, and R. Chandra “Highly sensitive and selective CO gas sensor based on hydrophobic SnO2/CuO bilayer” RSC Advances 6, 47178-47184, 2016.
2. Arvind Kumar, Amit Sanger, Ashwani Kumar, Ramesh Chandra. Fast response ammonia sensors based on TiO2 and NiO nanostructured bilayer thin films. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 77636-77643.
3. Arvind Kumar, A.Sanger, A.Kumar and R.Chandra “Porous silicon filled with nanostructured Pd/WO3-ZnO composite thin film for enhanced H2 gas-sensing performance”. RSC Advances, 7, 39666-39675, 2017.
4. Arvind Kumar, A.Kumar and R.Chandra “Fabrication of porous silicon filled Pd/SiC nanocauliflower thin films for high performance H2 gas sensor” Sensors and Actuators B, 264, 10–19, 2018.
5. Arvind Kumar, Chandra R., “Effect of AlN layer on the resistive switching properties of HfO2 based ReRAM devices”, Under review (JAP).
1. A. Sanger, A. Kumar, Arvind Kumar, Y. K. Mishra, P. K. Jain, and R. Chandra “Silicon carbide nanocauliflowers for symmetric supercapacitor devices” ACS Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 55 (2016) 9452−9458.
2. A.Kumar, A. Sanger, Arvind Kumar, Y. K. Mishra, and R. Chandra “Performance of high energy density symmetric supercapacitor based on sputtered MnO2 nanorods” Chemistry Select Wiley-VCH 1, (2016) 3885 - 3891.
3. A. Sanger, Arvind Kumar, A. Kumar, J. Jaiswal, and R. Chandra “A fast response/recovery of hydrophobic Pd/V2O5 thin films for hydrogen gas sensing” Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical 236, 16-26, 2016.
4. A. Kumar, A. Sanger, Arvind Kumar, Y. Kumar, and R. Chandra “An efficient α-MnO2 nanorods forests electrode for electrochemical capacitors with neutral aqueous electrolytes” Electrochimica Acta, 220, (2016) 712-720.
5. A. Kumar, A. Sanger, Arvind Kumar, Y. Kumar, and R. Chandra “Sputtered Synthesis of MnO2 Nanorods as Binder Free Electrode for High Performance Symmetric Supercapacitors” Electrochimica Acta, 222, (2016) 1761-1769.
6. A. Sanger, Arvind Kumar, A. Kumar, and R. Chandra “Highly sensitive and selective hydrogen gas sensor using sputtered grown Pd decorated MnO2 nanowalls” Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical 234, 8-14, 2016.
7. A. Kumar, A. Sanger, Arvind Kumar and R. Chandra “Single-step growth of pyramidally NiO nanostructures with improved supercapacitive properties” Inter. J. Hydrogen Energy, 42, (2017) 6080-87.
8. A. Kumar, A. Sanger, A. Singh, Arvind Kumar and R. Chandra “Experimental evidence of spin glass and exchange bias behavior in sputtered grown α-MnO2 nanorods” J. Magn. Mag. Materials, 433 (2017) 227-233.
9. Archana M., Arvind Kumar, S.K Srivastava, P. Dubey, S. Chauhan, A.K Singh, D. Kaur, Chandra R., Thickness dependent exchange bias in co-sputter deposited Ni─Mn─Al Heusler alloy hard nanostructured thin films, Thin solid Film, 2014, 572, 142-146.
10. Narendra S., Arvind Kumar, Davinder K., “Hydrogen gas sensing properties of platinum decorated silicon carbide (Pt/SiC) Nanoballs”, Sensors & Actuators B: Chemical, 262, 162–170, 2018.
1. Arvind Kumar, Kumar A., Chandra R., “Influence of Y doping on structural and H2S sensing properties of nanostructured ZnO thin film”, International Conference on Thin Film (ICTF 2017), CSIR National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi (India), November 14-17, 2017.
2. Arvind Kumar and R. Chandra, “MnO2 thin film on porous silicon substrate for H2S gas sensing applications”, International Conference on Recent Trends in Computing (ICRTC’ 17) SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ghaziabad, (India), December 14-15, 2017.
3. Shubham Sharma, Arvind Kumar and Davinder Kaur, “Room Temperature Ammonia Gas Sensing Properties of MoS2 Nanostructured Thin Film” 2nd International Conference on Condensed Natter & Applied Physics (ICC 2017) Govt. Engineering College, Bikaner, (India), November 24-25, 2017.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Nanoscience Laboratory, Institute Instrumentation Centre, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee 247667, India
Researchgroup, Institute, Company, University, School webpage
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