My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Condensed Matter Physics, Superconductivity, Bio-medical applications of magnetic nanoparticles, including contolled drug delivery and hyperthermia for cancer treatment
nanomedicne and biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles, thermo-responsive polymers
R. Regmi, C. Black, C. Sudakar, P. Keyes, R. Naik, G. Lawes, P. Vaishnava, C. Rablau, D. Kahn, M. Lovoie, V.K. Garg, A.C. Oliveira, Effects of fatty acid surfactants on the magnetic and magnetohydrodynamic properties of ferrofluids, J. Appl. Phys., 106, 113902 (2009)
M.B. Sahana, C. Sudakar, G. Setzler, A. Dixit, J.S. Thakur, G. Lawes, R. Naik. V.M. Naik, P. P. Vaishnava, Band Gap Engineering by Tuning Particle Size and Crystallinity of SnO2 – Fe2O3 Nanocrystalline Composite Thin Films, Applied Phys Letters, 93, 231909 (2008).
C. Rablau, P. Vaishnava, C. Sudakar, R. Tackett, G. Lawes, R. Naik, Nanoparticles aggregation and Relaxation effects in ferrofluids studied through anisotropic light scattering,
Plasmonics: Metallic Nanostructures and Their Optical Properties IV, Proc. SPIE, 7032, 70320Z (2008); DOI:10.1117/12.791987
C. Rablau, P.P. Vaishnava, G.Lawes, R. Naik, C. Sudakar, R. Tackett, Magnetic field induced optical anisotropy in ferrofluids: A time dependent light scattering investigation, Phys. Rev. E, 78, 051502 (2008) Also selected for the November 17, 2008 issue of Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology.
R. Tackett, C. Sudakar, R. Naik, G.Lawes, C. Rablau, P.P. Vaishnava, Magnetic and Optical Response of tuning the magneto crystalline anisotropy in Fe3O4 nanoparticle ferrofluids by Co doping, J. Magn. Magn. Mater, 320, 2755 (2008)
C. Sudakar, A. Dixit, R. Regmi, R. Naik, and G. Lawes, V.M. Naik, U. Toti, J. Panyam and P. P. Vaishnava, Fe3O4 Incorporated AOT-Alginate Nanoparticles for drug delivery, IEEE Trans. Magn. 44, No 11, (November 2008).
L.E. Wenger, G. Tsoi, P.P. Vaishnava, U Senaratne, E.Buc, R. Naik, V.M. Naik, Magnetic Characterization of γ-Fe2O3 Encapsulated in Alginate hydrogel, IEEE Trans. Magn. 44, No 11, (November, 2008).
P.P. Vaishnava, R. Tackett, A. Dixit, C. Sudakar, R.Naik, G. Lawes, Magnetic relaxation and dissipative heating in ferrofluids, J. Appl. Phys. 102, 063914 (2007)
P.P. Vaishnava, U. Senaratne, E. Buc, R.Naik, V.M. Naik, G.M. Tsoi, L.E. Wenger Magnetic Properties of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Incorporated in polystyrene Resin matrix, Phys Rev B.76, 024413 (2007)
P.P. Vaishnava, U. Senaratne, E. Buc, R. Naik, V.M. Naik, G.M. Tsoi, L.E. Wenger, and P. Boolchand, Magnetic Properties of Fe-Co nanocomposites Embedded in Polystyrene Resin, J. Appl. Phys, 99, 08G702 (2006)
R. Naik, U.Senaratne, N. Powell, E. Kroll, G.M. Tsoi, V. Naik, P.P. Vaishnava, and L.E. Wenger, Magnetic Properties of Nanosized Particles of Iron Oxide Encapsulated in Alginate Hydrogels, J. Appl. Phys. 97, 10J313 (2005)
G.M. Tsoi, U.Senaratne, R.J. Tackett, E.C. Buc, R.Naik, P.P. Vaishnava, V.M. Naik, and L.E. Wenger, Memory Effect and Magnetic Interactions in γ-Fe2O3 Nanoparticle System , J. Appl. Phys. 97, 10J507 (2005); Phys. Rev. B 72, 014445 (2005)
R. Naik, E. Kroll, D. Rodak, G.M. Tsoi, E. McCulen, L.E. Wenger, R. Suryanarayan, V.M. Naik, P.P. Vaishnava, Qu Tao, and P. Boolchand, Magnetic Properties of Iron Oxide and (Iron-Cobalt) oxide Nanoparticles Synthesized in Polystyrene Resin matrix J. Magn. Magn. Mater, 272, E1239 (2004)
F. Ghoddoussi, M.A. Pantea, P.H. Keyes, R. Naik, and P.P. Vaishnava, A New Proposal for the Temperature-Electric Field Phase Diagram of a Ferroelectric Smectic C* Liquid Crystal, Phys. Rev. E 68, 051706 (2003)
F. Ghoddoussi, P.H. Keyes, R. Naik, M.A. Pantea, and P.P. Vaishnava, Observation of the Ferroelectric Deformed Helix mode in a Large pitch smetcic C* sample, Ferroelectric, 278, 13, 2002.
P. Talagala, P. Fodor, D. Hadad, R. Naik, L.E. Wenger, P.P. Vaishnava, and V.M. Naik, Determination of Magnetic Exchange Stiffness Constants in Epitaxial Ni1-xCox ( x 0.5) Films, Phys. Rev. B, 66, 144426 (2002)
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Kettering University, Flint MI, wayne State University, Detroit, MI USA
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Hope you are fine Sir. My Name is Kaushik Pal, your field of interest really hot topic now a days and also fit with my backgrond in Materials Science and nanotechnology. Recently i am working with graphene and grahene based solar cells applications.I want to be in your list of community here for acquired knowledge and experiences from you. I will hope for your kind co-operation on my further research career.
I Ranjeet Kaur, I visit your profile and find that your work is realy very interesting, I also find this kinds of work in my reseach area.I'm basically from chemisrty and biology background, also studied medicinal chemistry in my course work and work in homeopathic drugs and its nanochemistry in IIT Delhi. Sir I'm find the field of biological chemistry with nanotechnology, and I beleive that you provide me better option for research. Sir, if you have any position with your group please consider me either P.hD. or project position.I also email you my full resume.
I just went through your profile and found that you work in condensed matter physics including superconductors, which lies in common interest to me.
Thus, i would like if i could get a position at your laboratory for next summer, as i have some experience working in nanotechnology.
I am pursuing Integrated masters in nanotechnology with specialization in nanomaterials and devices. And, I have worked at national level laboratories over here including Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.
I can email my resume for your reference.
I am very happy to see your reply and thank you very much sir. welcome to our country and i am very glad to meet you sir. Now the sample preparation is going on sir. I am very much interesting to see your lecturer sir. Please give that paper to study the experimental set up.
Thank u very much for reply me. Right now i am doing superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles for hyperthermia applications. In India there is very rare in thermal therapy experiment using iron oxide nanoparticles. In many persons are doing research in the field of quantum dots for cancer therapy. For my Master's degree i do the experiment in surfactant coated magnetic nanoparticles and i get a monodispersed nanoparticles with biocompatible. There is no facilities in india to do in the application purposes. Right now i am doing a surfactant coated monodispersed nanoparticles with in the range of 4nm-50nm. Using colloidal method i get controled monodispersed nanoparticles compared to solution method. Because different size of the nanoparticles is used in hyperthermia applications. Also i am trying in MRI applications.
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