My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
low-k dielectric thin films+VLSI fabrication techniques, nanomaterials and thin films synthjesis and deposition
nanotechnology, nanomaterils, electrical characteristics of thin films
1) Bhavana N. Joshi, Yogesh S. Mhaisagar and A.M. Mahajan, “Surface modification of porous SiO2 thin film by chemical treatment” Accepted in Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials (2010).
2) Bhavana N. Joshi and A.M. Mahajan, “Sol gel deposited SiO2 and hybrid low dielectric constant thin films” Accepted in Material Science in Semiconductor processing (2010) (doi:10.1016/j.mssp.2010.02.005)
3) Yogesh S. Mhaisagar, Bhavana N. Joshi, Preeti Jain, and A. M. Mahajan “Deposition of Porous SiO2 thin films for enzyme immobilization in biosensor application”, Bio-nano Frontiers special issue on Advancement in nanoscience for different technologies (2010) 151-154 .
4) Bhavana N. Joshi, and A. M. Mahajan “Deposition Characterization of Low-k Hybrid Thin Films Using Methyl Methacrylate for ULSI Applications”, Materials science and engineering B 168 (2010) 182-185.
5) A. M. Mahajan, J. P. Bange, B. N. Joshi and D.K. Gautam, “Growth of SiO2 films for microelectronics applications: Experimental and analytical study of the process parameters”, African Physical Review (2008) 2 Special Issue (Microelectronics): 0028, 58-60
6) Bhavana N. Joshi and A.M. Mahajan, “Synthesis and analysis of low-k material for intermetal dielectric applications in VLSI”, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, Vol .10, No. 2, (2008), 422-426.
7) A. Sonanvane, B. N. Joshi and A.M. Mahajan, “Analysis of capacitance across interconnects of low-k dielectric used in a deep sub-micron CMOS technology”, Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol.1 ,(2008), 189-196.
8) B. N. Joshi and A. M. Mahajan, “Growth and Characterization of Porous SiO2 Thin Films for Interlayer Dielectrics Applications in ULSI”, Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials-Rapid communications,Vol 1, No.12,(2007), 659-662.
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Department of Electronics, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon
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