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Name Dr. Satyajit Saha
Designation Professor
Department Name PHYSICS AND TECHNO PHYSICS
Office Phone No 03222-276554 Extn. 439
Email ID sahaphys.vu@gmail.com
Fax -
Mobile No 9233371951
Personal Website http://vidyasagar.ac.in/Physics&_technophysics/CV_ssaha.pdf
Address Department of Physics & Technophysics, Vidyasagar University,
Educational Qualification
Degree NameInstituteYear of passing/awarded
PhDIIT Kharagpur1991
MScIIT Kharagpur1984


Career Profile / Teaching Experience
Professor, Department of Physics and Technophysics, Vidyasagar University since June,1998

Specialization/Research Area
Field of SpecializationResearch Area/ Areas of Interest
SOLID STATE PHYSICS
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Thin films of semiconducting materials for device fabrication
Characterization of optical Wave guide based on Ion Exchange
Interactin of nanoparticles with protein

Course/ Subject Taught
Solid State Physics General
Solid state Physics Special
Semiconductor Physics
Semiconductor Devices
Molecular Spectroscopy and Laser Physics
Science of Universe (C.B.C.S)

Conference/ Symposium /Journal Paper / Books Published
International Publication
TitlePublished inYearPublished by
Investigation of structural and electrical properties of ZnS and Mn doped ZnS nanoparticleMaterial Today: Proceeding 20172018ELSEVIER
Fabrication and characterization of Au/n-CdTe Schottky barrier under illumination and darkApplied Physics A, 124:287, (2018)2018Springer
Biosynthesis and characterization of Thevetia peruviana leaf extract capped CdTe nanoparticles in photoconductive and photovoltaic applicationsMaterials Today: Proceedings,Elsevier, 5(2),1,3476–3485, (2018)2018Elsevier
Structural and Optical Characterization of CdS Nanoparticles Grown in Different SolventsJournal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Volume 13 Issue 2 Pages 12-172018IOSR
Binding of Lysozyme on the Surface of ZnS Nanoparticles: Spectroscopic, Microscopic Study and Interaction PhenomenonJournal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2017, 9(6):20-252017JOCPR
The effect of Mo doping on the structural and dielectric properties of Co-Zn ferritePhysica B: Condensed Matter 525, 1-62017Elsevier
Impedance spectroscopy and electric modulus behavior of Molybdenum doped Cobalt–Zinc ferriteMaterials Research Express 4 (7), 0761072017IOP
Fabrication and Characterization of Natural Dye Sensitized Solar Cell based on CdSe nanorodsIOSR Journal of Applied Physics (IOSR-JAP),9 (Issue 6 Ver.III), 22-272017IOSR
FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF Al/n-CdSe SCHOTTKY BARRIER UNDER DIFFERENT ANNEALING TEMPERATURESChalcogenide Letters 14 (7), 283-2892017National Institute of Materials Physics,
Fabrication and Characterization of Zn-doped CdTe nanoparticles based Dye sensitized solar cellsJournal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,11(6), 11-18, (2016)2016IOSR-JEEE
Fabrication of CdTe/Si heterojunction solar cellApplied Nanoscience, 6:1037–1042, (2016)2016Springer
Influence of Growth Time in the Formation of CdTe Nanostructure.Nano Vision 6 (1), 1-92016Duke University Press
Photo Relaxation Change and Emission Quenching in Different Sizes of PbS-Nanoparticles-Protein CoronaChemistrySelect 1 (18), 5768-57782016WILEY
Temperature dependent and kinetic study of the adsorption of bovine serum albumin to ZnO nanoparticle surfacesChemistrySelect 1 (2872-2882)2016WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
Optical and Structural Properties of Protein Capped ZnO Nanoparticles and Its Antimicrobial ActivityJournal of Advances in Biology & Biotechnology 10(1): 1-9, 2016; Article no.JABB.29622016SCIENCEDOMAIN international
Phase Controling in the Synthesis of TiO2 Nanostructures by Little Variation of Reaction ConditionsInternational Journal of Applied and Natural Sciences (IJANS) ISSN(P): 2319-4014; ISSN(E): 2319-4022 Vol. 5, Issue 2, Feb Mar 2016; 1-82016IASET
Composition Dependent Structural and Optical Properties of Nanocrystallites ZnxCd1-XSPhysical Science International Journal, Vol 10(4): 1-6, 2016.2016Science Domain
Biocompatibility study of protein capped and uncapped silver nanoparticles on human hemoglobinJournal of Physics D: Applied Physics 48 (23), 2353052015IOP
Unfolding of blood plasma albumin protein in interaction with CdS nanoparticlesScience of Advanced Materials ,6(56-62)2014American Scientific Publishers
Reflective vertical cavity quantum-well saturable absorber as an all-optical nonlinear phase-shifting elementJOSA B 31 (12), 2956-29642014OSA
Safety concerns towards the biomedical application of PbS nanoparticles: An approach through protein-PbS interaction and corona formationAppl. Phys. Lett. 104, 123703 (2014)2014AIP
GROWTH AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CdTe NANOSTRUCTURES GROWN BY CHEMICAL REDUCTION ROUTEInternational Journal of Metallurgical & Materials Science and Engineering (IJMMSE) 3(1), 37-40, (2013)2013IJMMSE
Dispersive bi-stability in a vertical microcavity-based saturable absorber due to photo–thermal effect and initial phase-detuningOptics Communications 287, 203-2092013Elsevier
All-Optical 2R Regeneration With Contrast Enhancement in a Reflective Vertical Cavity Quantum-Wells Saturable AbsorberJournal of Optical Communications and Networking 5 (5), 457-4642013OSA & IEEE
ZnO nanoparticle-protein interaction: Corona formation with associated unfoldingAppl. Phys. Lett. 103, 143701 (2013)2013AIP
ROLE OF TEMPERATURE IN THE FORMATION OF ZnSe NANOMATERIALS BY CHEMICAL REDUCTION METHODScience & Technology (IJSST) 2 (1), 16-252012IJSST
Schottky Barrier of Al on Chemically Grown n-CdSe NanoparticlesLecture notes in information technology,22,772012IERI
Synthesis and characterization of CdS nanoparticlesJournal of Materials Science:Materials in Electronics 22 (12), 1761-17652011 Wiley
Growth time dependence of size of nanoparticle of ZnSInt J Soft Comput Eng 5, 23-262011Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Effect of saturable index change on all-optical logic operations in a passive vertical cavity semiconductor saturable absorberIET optoelectronics 5 (2), 77-822011IEE
Effect of reducing agent in the formation of CdSe nanoparticles by chemical reduction routePhysica B: Condensed Matter 406 (4), 981-9842011Elsevier
Optical properties of ZnO nanoparticles prepared by chemical method using polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) as capping agentInternational Journal of Soft Computing and Engineering 1, 19-242011BEIESP
Role of reducing agent in the formation of ZnSe nanorods by chemical reduction methodThe European Physical Journal-Applied Physics 51 (3)2010European physical society
Characterization and growth of CdS nanoparticles by a cost effective chemical reduction methodCrystal Research and Technology 45 (6), 656-6602010Wiley
STRUCTURAL, OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CdSe NANOPARTICLESChalcogenide Letters 6 (9), 477-4822009National Institute of Materials Physics,
High frequency characterization and continuum modeling of ultrathin high-k(ZrO2) gate dielectrics on strained SilliconThin Solid Films,504,183-1872006Elsevier
Physico-chemical and electrical properties of rapid thermal oxApplied Surface Science,253,1323-13292006Elsevier
Rapid thermal oxidation of Ge-rich (Si)1-x(Ge)x hetrolayersJ.Vac.Sci.Technol.A,24,84-902005American Vacuum Society
An anamolous photovoltaic effect in polycrystalline Zinc Telluride filmsJ. Appl. Phys. 69,65471991IOP
Contribution of junction and surface space charge on the generation of CdTe thin filmsSolid State Communications 75,1751990Elsevier
On the mechanism of long-term relaxation in polycrystalline Cadmium Telluride and Zinc Telluride filmsSemicond.Sci.Technology,5,4291990IOP
X-ray, electron microscopy and photovoltaic studies on CdTe thin films deposited normally at different substrate temperaturesJournal of materials science 25 (12), 4987-49911990Springer
Effect of preferred orientation on photovoltage of CdTe thin filmsSolid State Communications 74 (8), 839-8411990Elsevier
X-ray and electron microscopic determination of Debye characteristic temperature, stacking fault energy and other microstructural parameters in zinc telluride filmsZeitschrift für Kristallographie-Crystalline Materials 193 (1-4), 33-461990De Gruyter; Abbreviation: Z Kristallogr Cryst Mater;
X-Ray Line Broadening and Electron Microscopic Studies on ZnTe Thin Filmsphysica status solidi (a) 111 (2), 515-5221989Wiley
Some Optical Properties of Evaporated Zinc Telluride filmsJ.Phys.D:Appl.Phys,22,965-9701989IOP
Optical Properties of CdTe Thin FilmsPhy.Stat.Solidi.(a)114,7991989Wiley
Structural Characterization of thin films of Cadmium TellurideThin Solid Films 164 (1988), 851988Elsevier


National Publication
TitlePublished inYearPublished by
Transition from CdSe Nanoparticles to CdSe nanorods with Growth TimeJournal of Physical Science,22,115-1222017Vidyasagar University
Morphological Properties and Raman Spectroscopy of ZnO NanorodsJournal of Physical Sciences, Vol. 21, 111-1182016Vidyasagar University
Structural, Optical and Optoelectrical Study of ZnS Nanoparticles by Varying Reducing Agent in Chemical Reduction RouteJournal of Physical Sciences, Vol. 21, 167-175, 2016.2016Vidyasagar Universit
Interaction of CdTe Nanorods with Bovine Serum AlbuminJournal of Physical Sciences, 21, 153-160 , (2016)2016Journal of Physical Sciences
Chemical Growth of Spherical Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles and Their Structural, Optical PropertiesJournal of Physical Sciences,20( 205-212)2015Vidyasagar University
Optical Properties of PbS Nanoparticles Grown by Chemical Reduction RouteJournal of Physical Science;Vol. 20 [2015]2015Vidyasagar University
Synthesis and Characterization of ZnO NanoparticlesJournal of Physical Sciences,19(109-114)2014Vidyasagar University
Synthesis of Fe2O3 Nanoparticles and Study of its Structural, Optical PropertiesJournal of physical science 15, 191-1952013Journal of physical science
Growth of PbS Nano Particles and its Effect on ProteinJournal of Physical Sciences, Vol. 16, 2012, 217-2192012Vidyasagar University
Growth of CdS nanoparticles by chemical method and its characterizationPramana 71 (1), 187-1922008Pramana
Effect of annealing on structural and electrical properties of thin films of PbSJournal of Physical Sciences 9,31-372004Vidyasagar University
Microstructural Characterization Of Thin Films Of CopperJournal of physical sciences,7,24-312001Vidyasagar University
Optical characterization of GaP and Ge crystalJournal of Physical Science,6,14-202000Vidyasagar University


Other Publication


Books Published

Ph. D. Thesis Guidence


Awarded Ph. D. Thesis
Scholar NameThesis TitleCo SupervisorStatusComplete in Year
A.K.BhuniaInteraction of Nanoparticles with Common Blood Plasma Protein and Human HemoglobinDr. T.KamilyaAwarded2018
Swades Ranjan BeraSynthesis and Characterization of nanostructured CdTe materials for Solar cell fabrication and biomolecular interaction Awarded2018
Rajib PradhanModeling of vertical cavity semiconductor saturable absorber for all-optical device applicationsProf. P.K. DattaAwarded2018
Tapan Kumar DasGrowth and characterization of ZnSe Nanomaterials for Device Applications and Biomolecule Interaction Awarded2017
Rahul BhattacharyaFabrication and Characterization CdS Nanostructures Awarded2016
Ratan DasStudies on Si-Ge Heterolayer for microelectronic applicationsProf.C.K.MaityAwarded2009
Milon Kumar BeraStudies of High-k Dielectrics on Strained-Si for Heterostructure MOSFET ApplicationsProf. C.K.MaityAwarded2006

Project Work



Completed Project Works
Project titleWorked asFunding AgencyAmount in Rs.Duration in yearsPeriod
Year to Year
Status
Synthesis,Functionalization of metalnanoparticles and their interaction with proteinsPrincipal InvestigatorUGC1000002 year20152017
Blood plasma protein-inorganic material/nanoparticle interaction and bioconjugate formationPrincipal investigatorUGC1950002 year20122015
Growth of (Bi2S3)1-x(CdS)x thin films and its characterizationPrincipal investigatorUGC150002 year19992001

Membership of Learned Society 
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

Conference /Seminar/Workshop Attended/Organised

Conference /Seminar/Workshop Attended

Title of the Seminar/Conference/WorkshopYearRoleHeld at and Organiser
9th Vidyasagar-Satyendranath Bose National Workshop 2018 on Science of Materials:Challenges and Prospects(SMCP-2018)2018Paper PresentationVidyasagar University,Midnapore (January17-19,2018)Department of Physics,Vidyasagar University
Seminar on the occasion of 150th birth anniversary of Madam Curie2017INVITED TALKNarajole Raj College, Department of Physics,Narajole Raj College
ICEM 20172017Paper PresentationVidyasagar University, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
One -Day Workshop On Exotic Plasma and Material Science2016INVITED TALKH.B.Sarkar Memorial Hall, Kharagpur College,Kharagpur. Department of Physics,Kharagpur College.
TAAM 20162016Paper PresentationVidyasagar University, Department of Physics and Technophysics,Vidyasagar University
CMDAYS132013Paper presentationDepartment of Physics National Institute of technology Rourkela- 769 008 Orissa Dates: 29, 30, 31 August-2013
SPPS -2013 (Structural and Physical Properties of Solids)2013Paper presentationIndian School of Mines(ISM), Dhanbad –826004,Jharkhand November 18th-20th,2013
SOPO-20132013Paper presentationBeijing,China
SOPO-20122012Paper presentationShanghai,China IEEE
AMST-2012 (Advanced in material Science and Technologies-20122012Paper presentationDepertment of physics, Kakatiya University, Waranle, Andhra (19-21) November 2012
National Seminar On Solid State Spectroscopy2001Paper PresentationSri Venkateswara University,Tirupati (29-31 August,2001) Department of Physics,Sri Venkateswara University
International conference on computers and devices for communication1998Paper PresentationScience City,Calcutta.(January 13-17) Institute of Radio Physics and Electronics, University of Calcutta


Conference /Seminar/Workshop Organised

Title of the Conference/Seminar/WorkshopYearRole in the EventFunding Agency
NATD-20172017Joint ConvenerSN BOSE NATIONAL CENTER FOR BASIC SCIENCES AND DST,UGC
PAOMP-20142014Vice chairmanSN BOSE NATIONAL CENTER FOR BASIC SCIENCES AND DST,UGC

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