Physicist, Engineer, Teacher, Project coordinator, User of nanotechnology products, Nanotech Journalist
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
MEMS/NEMS, Sensors, Nanosensors based systems, nanotechnology education
Vijay Mishra et al., “Studies on Reducing Leakage Current and Improving Breakdown Voltage of Large-Area
Silicon Detectors: Technology and Results” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A527 (2004)
308 – 318.
2. Vijay Mishra et al., “Role of guard rings in improving performance of silicon detectors”, PRAMANA - Indian
journal of physics Vol. 65, No. 2 pp. 1- 14 August 2005
3. P. Mehta, Vijay Mishra and S K Kataria, “Silicon Drift Detectors with Integrated JFET: Simulation and Design”,
Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, Vol. 43, September 2005, pp. 705- 713
Vijay Mishra, et al., “Electrical and radiation performance of silicon diode detectors fabricated at BEL, Bangalore”,
Published in the proceedings of the International Conference on Computers, Communications and Devices, 2000
held at IIT, Kharagpur in December, 2000.
2. Vijay Mishra et al., “Development of Silicon Radiation Detectors for Applications in High Radiation
Environment”, Published in the proceedings of International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductor Devices,
2001 held at IITD, India.
3. Vijay Mishra et al., “Indian Nanoelectronics Users Program: An Outreach Vehicle to Expedite Nanoelectronics
Research in India”, Published in the proceedings of UGIM : Micro/Nano Symposium, 2010, 18
University/Government/Industry held at Purdue University, USA during June 28 – July 1, 2010
4. Vijay Mishra et al., “Micro and Nano Characterization Facility: Operations Methodology and Technical
Management”, Published in the proceedings of UGIM: Micro/Nano Symposium, 2012,
University/Government/Industry held at Purdue University, USA during 9-10 July, 2012
Vijay Mishra, P. Mehta and S. K. Kataria, “Simulation Studies for the Development of JFET on High Resistivity
Detector Grade Silicon” Published in National Symposium on Nuclear Instrumentation, 2004, India, p. 395.
2. Vijay Mishra, “Development and Study of Silicon Detectors”, published in the proceedings of Symposium on
Nuclear Physics held at BARC, India in December, 2003, Volume 46B (2003), p. 604.
3. Vijay Mishra and S K Kataria, “Development of Silicon Detectors for High Resolution Spectroscopy Systems: A
Technological Perspective” published in the proceedings of National Symposium on Compact Nuclear
Instrumentation and Radiation Detectors to be held at Defense Lab Jodhpur, INDIA March 2-4, 2005.
4. Vijay Mishra and Pourus Mehta, “Simulation Studies for the Integration of P-MOSFET with NJFET on High
Resistivity Silicon for Continuous Reset Purpose”, Published in National Symposium on Nuclear Instrumentation,
2004, India, p. 433.
5. Vijay Mishra and S K Kataria, “Development of Semiconductor ∆E-E detector chip using standard Bipolar IC
Technology” published in the proceedings of National Symposium on Compact Nuclear Instrumentation and
Radiation Detectors to be held at Defense Lab Jodhpur, INDIA March 2-4, 2005.
6. Vijay Mishra, P. P. Vaidya, S.K. Kataria and V. Ramgopal Rao, “Development of Silicon Drift Detector and Low
noise JFETs for Low energy X-ray spectroscopy system”, Presented at IITB-FAN National symposium on
Nanotechnology held at IIT, Bombay, January 2005.
7. Vijay Mishra, C. G. Panchal, S. K. Kataria and V. Ramgopal Rao, “Development of Thin-Film-Coated High
Efficiency Silicon Neutron Sensors”, Presented at IITB-FAN National symposium on Nanotechnology held at IIT,
Bombay January 2005.
8. Pourus Mehta, Vijay Mishra, S. K. Kataria & V. Ramgopal Rao, “Silicon Drift Detector: Device Design & Mask
Layout” Presented at IITB-FAN National symposium on Nanotechnology at IIT, Bombay January 2005.
9. V.D. Srivastava, V.U. Mishra, Prafulla S. & S.K. Kataria, “X-Ray Sensors with Integrated Front-end Electronics”,
Presented at IITB-FAN National symposium on Nanotechnology at IIT, Bombay, January 2005.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Indian Institute of Science, CeNSE
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