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Department of Basic Science and Humanities

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Padmanabh U. Veer
Dr. Padmanabh U. VeerAssistant Professor

Department of Basic Science and Humanities

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  • Teaching : 8 Years
  • Industry : Nil
  • “Nanoscience and Nanotechnalogy: Fundamentals, Synthesis and Applications” 02nd to 7th Jan. 2017, Mumbai, India.
  • “Preparation of Research Proposals to Funding Agencies” 29-31 Dec. 2016, Pune. India.
  • “Dipole moment dependent investigation of surface relief formation on azobenzene polymer films” Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, 22 March 2009, Dresden.
  • ‘‘Light induced lattice expansion in azopolymer film“Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, March 2009, Dresden.
  • “Investigation of surface relief grating formation on azobenzene polymer films in the context of dipole moment” European Conference on Organized Films 11, July2008, Potsdam, Germany.
  • “Photoinduced phenomenon in amorphous azobenzene polymer films” Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, Berlin, Feb 2008.
  • “Temperature dependent analysis of grating formation on azobenzene polymer films” 7th Autumn School, Smolenice 2007.
  • “Temperature resolved investigation of grating formation on azobenzene polymer films” DPG, Regensburg, March 2007.
Publications International Journal (s): 3 National Journals (s) : Nil
International Conference (s): 6 National Conference (s): 2
  • Padmanabh Veer, Ullrich Pietsch, Paul Rochon, and Marina Saphiannikova “Time and temperature dependence of surface relief grating formation in polymers containing azobenzene groups with different dipole moments” J. Appl. Phys. 106, 014909, 2009.
  • Padmanabh Veer, Anne D. Mueller and Ullrich Pietsch “Alteration of the mechanical properties of azopolymer film in the process of surface relief grating formation”Appl. Phys Lett. 94, 231911, 2009.
  • Padmanabh Veer, Ullrich Pietsch, Paul Rochon, and Marina Saphiannikova “Temperature dependent analysis of grating formation on azobenzene polymer films” Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals 486, 1114, 2008.