CURRICULUM VITAE

Dr Mohan L Verma

 Ph.D, M.Sc.

Professor & Head, Department of Applied Physics FET-SSGI, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus Junwani, Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) INDIA 490020

  email | drmohanlv@gmail.com, drmohanlv@sstc.ac.in
Web | www.drmlv.in, www.sstc.ac.in
Ph. | 09303452648 (Mob), 0788-2291605 (O)
  fax | 0788-2291606
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Google-Scholar | scholar.google.co.in

About Myself

Presently working as Professor and Head of Department of Applied Physics at Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institutions (Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh. Well known physics/material science teacher with leading capabilities. Actively involved in interdisciplinary research activities (both experimental and theoretical) on ionic, electronic, nano-structured both crystalline and noncrystalline/polymeric materials (designing and their device applications). Author of more than 65+ publications. Organized and participated in several conferences in the area of Materials Physics and Nanoscale Science.

My strength: Dynamic personality, Always ready to learn and adopt new ideas and techniques, ability of working in team as a skilled coordinator, punctual and good in time management, health conscious.

My weekness: Engage myself in parallel works and sometimes get tensed.

Academic Qualifications

2000 : Ph.D. (Solid Sate Ionics Physics)*[Pt.R.S.S.U, Raipur (C.G.)]

1995 : M.Sc. Physics [Pt. R. S. S. U, Raipur (CG)]

1993 : B.Sc.(PCM) [Pt.R.S.S.U, Raipur (CG)]

* Title of Ph. D. Thesis: “Transport property study and battery fabrication of some silver ion conducting fast ion conductors”, under the guidance of Dr Rakesh C Agrawal, Emeritus Prof. School of Studies in Physics & Astrophysics, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur (Chhattisgarh) INDIA.

Professional Recognition, Awards& Fellowships Received

Award of Project Fellowship by MPCOST (vide sanction No. p86/92 dt. 16/12/94).
Award of Research Fellowship by Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G.) (No. 1457/Fin./Sch/1998 dt. 26/09/98).
Young Scientist award by MPCOST Bhopal in a conference on the National Science Day, 28 Feb. 1998 organised at Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur.

Teaching Experience

Started teaching career from 14/08/1999 as a lecturer of Engineering Physics in the Department of Physics, Raipur Institute of Technology, Raipur (Chhattisgarh). Later on joined as lecturer in Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institutions on 23 Feb 2000. Presently working as a full time Professor of Physics in the same institute . Since ~ 17 years continuously teaching Engineering Physics and Electrical Engineering Materials to graduate students as well as giving lectures in different topics of Solid State Physics to post graduate students of nearby colleges. During PhD course work of research scholars of the present institution, given special lectures on research writing. In this tenure Applied Physics lab and Basic Electronics laboratory for BE students were established under my supervision.

Details of Employment (Total Teaching Experience : 18y 9m 8d)

S. No. Post Name of Institution Duration Scale
1. Lecturer
(6 m 8 d)
Raipur Institute of Technology Raipur (Chhattisgarh) From 14/08/1999 to 22/02/2000 2200–75-4000/-
2. Lecturer
(3y 5m 9d)
Shri Shankaracharya College of Engineering & Technology Junwani, Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) From 23/02/2000 to 31/07/2003 8000-275-12000/-
3. Lecturer (Sr. Grade)
(1y 7m)
Shri Shankaracharya College of Engineering & Technology Junwani, Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) From 01/08/2003 to 28/02/2005 10000-325-15200/-
4. Reader
(5 yrs)
Shri Shankaracharya College of Engineering & Technology Junwani, Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) 01/03/2005 to 28/02/2010 12000-420-18300/-
5. Sr. Associate Professor
(2y 11m 27d)
Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institutions Junwani, Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) 01/03/2010 to 27/02/2013 34400-900-65900/-
6. Professor
(5y 2m 24d)
FET-SSGI, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus -Junwani Bhilai (Chhattisgarh) 28/02/2013 to Till date 37400-900-67000/-

My Teaching Philosophy

My personal teaching philosophy based on four pillars :

1. Teaching is always a two way process. When I teach, I learn a lot.

2. The world is symmetric in nature, so if there is any problem there will always be a solution as counter-part.

3. Its my moral duty to treat all students with absolute equality regardless of age, gender, nationality, intellectual ability or personal attractiveness.

4. It is my business to try to understand the student's point of view, before attempting to give them my own. This means that when I do teach I can choose a conceptual path that leads from the students current understanding to a broader or more conventional one.

Teaching Plan: Now a days the teaching plan is based on course outcome(CO) and program outcomes(PO). My teaching plan for the year also follows the COs and POs of my subjects i.e. physics and material science. But I prefer to be flexible and realize that lessons might not always go in the direction I plan because the students get interested or excited about something.

Teaching tools/methodology : Actually lecture on my subjects include theoretical concepts, mathematical derivations, numerical problems and experimental demonstrations. The general practice I use during my classes of physics and material science is to check the basic knowledge of students of any fresh topic/chapter/unit before starting. For which I give 3-4 very basic questions in the level of their previous classes and ask them to write whatever they know about, within 10-15 minuets with the friends of same bench. Then the topic is opened for discussion. Thus, my first lecture is devoted to create a pleasant environment to learn that chapter interestingly by giving the scientific and historical background of the topic/chapter with suitable examples. This gives me complete attention of students and the level I have to reach to teach that topic to my students.

I never believe on spoon feeding to my students as well as giving simple oral talk only. I completely engage my students with me during the complete lecture taking the help of students in mathematical derivations. When my students do the mathematics I roam in class to check the correctness and help them if needed. I never left the numerical problems for the end of the unit. During the coverage of any topic, I solve related numerical problems simultaneously. This help the students to understand the concept in deep. Similarly the experimental demonstrations (if needed and available in the lab) is performed during the completion of the topic concerned.

There are many teaching tools but I found the talk duster as a most effective tool in class room teaching. Sometimes I also use power point presentation on any specific topics.

Assessments: Through out the year I do both informal and formal assessment. During the units and for most of the lessons I use informal assessment. Roaming in the classroom during numerical problem solving and mathematical derivations is also my way of assessment. In my observations I write down notes (if needed) to remember things and use that information to help me plan for in the future. At the end of the units an sometimes for big lessons, I use formal assessments. While I take tests, that is not the only form of formal assessment I will use. I plan to have papers, projects, presentations, and other creative ways to fit my students’ learning needs.

Blended learning: Today, our students are always on the go. Stick them in one place in front of one thing for too long and they get bored. They need entertainment, stimulation, and variety. This is a good time to mix your classroom up into a digital playground. Blended learning isn’t just for students. It’s a way for teachers to connect to both their learners and the digital world they inhabit. Pupil and instructor grow together, as it should be. The key to learning in any kind of setting is that the learning must be useful. Digital students are very perceptive, and also pragmatic. They are always going to be asking the question, “Why do I need to learn this?” I also use blended learning technique. I use simplest technique. There are many useful course contents are available in digital form as ebooks and video lectures. For any specific topic I instruct my students to view a short and purposeful video about the concerned topic and identify the problem. I give some time to make the report or presentations individually and /or in group and give an assignment to present in form of Ppt presentation, poster or model presentation. Apart from this, some problem based learning is also in practice during lab hours.

Administrative Skill

•Well known for good administrative work as Prof Incharge 1st year and Head of Department since 2000.

•Organized various national/international events as coordinator.

•Since 2011 also working as Ph.D program coordinator (Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University,Bhilai) for the scholars pursuing research work in various Engineering, Science, Pharmacy & Management courses in this institute.

•Worked/working as one of the coordinators for the preparation of NAAC and NBA accreditation related various activities.

•Chairman/Member of proctorial board and anti-rangging committee of the institute in various sessions.

Professional Activities

1. Reviewer of various international Journal viz : Intenational Journal of Ionics, International Journal of Material Science and Engineering-B, International Journal of Journal of Alloys and Compounds International Journal of material research, Various international Journals of IOP viz. Journal of Physics D, Nanotechnology etc.

2. Delivered a series of lectures on “Piezoelectric materials and Optoelectronic devices” from 13th – 15th November 2006 at Govt. V. Y. T. P. G. Autonomous College, Durg(C.G.).

3. Attended the Transit of Venus: Training Programme for Master Resource Persons of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa organised from 14-15th May, 2012 at M.P. Council of Science & Technology, Vigyan Bhawan, Nehru Nagar, Bhopal-462003 in joint collaboration with NCSTC, DST, New Delhi, and Vigyan Prasar, Noida. Nominated from Chhattisgarh state (Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology), for participation in this programme.

4. Deputed by Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology as state level resource person to participate in the National Orientation Workshop for finalization of activity guide of National Children's Science Congress 2012-13 from 11-13 June 2012 at regional institute of education (NCERT) Mysore Karnataka . The focal theme selected by NCSTC -Department of Science and Technology (DST) was "Energy : Explore, Harness & Conserve. 5. Delivered series of lectures for MSc Physics Students at Kalyan PG College Bhilai and Govt PG college Raipur students on SIESTA based material modeling. 6. Nominated as an active member of video conferencing lectures on various subjects for weak students of different affiliated technical colleges of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University Bhilai.

Professional Body's Membership

1. Life member of National Society of Solid State Ionics.

2. Life member of The Society for Advancement of electrochemical Science and Technology, Karaikudi.

3. Life member of Material Research Society of India.

4. Life member of Indian Society for Technical Education(Regd. No. LM40806).

5. Life member of Indian Association of Physics Teachers (8198 L-4779).

Additional Skills and Expertise

Knowledge of MS Office, DOS, windows and Linux operating systems (FEDORA and Centos), installation and use and problem troubleshooting.

working knowledge of Modeling packages

(I) Material structure designing and visualization tools: Avogedro, Jmol, VESTA, ATK-q uantumwise-builder, Xcrysden, Molden etc.

(ii) Structural Optimization tools : SIESTA, Transiesta, ATK-Quantumwise

(iii) Computation and plotting tools : Xmgrace, MATLAB, gnuplot.

(iv) Other modeling tools : SIMULINK, Java based ImageJ.

Research Profile

(a) Research lab Established

Condensed Matter Physics Research Lab (CMPRL) in 2001-2002 for Material Preparation and characterization studies and Solid-State Electrochemical Device Applications viz. Solid state batteries. Supercapacitor, light emitting elechrochemical cell of ionic composites, nano-composites, ionic polymers and polymer nano-composite electrolyte materials.

Computational nanoionics Research Lab (CNIRL) in 2012-13 for material/nano-material/nanoionic-materials modeling and simulation to study electronic, electrical, mechanical, optical and transport properties of nanoparticles, nano-tubes, nano-ribbons, semiconductors, conducting polymers, hybrid-biomolecules, OLED, LEEC applications. This is the first parallel computing lab of central India which is collaborated with the Department of Physics, Michigan Technological University (MTU), Houghton, USA.

Establishing a Siesta research group in India as siesta-india to work together in the field of nano- material science to study properties and device applications. In this group free online training/discussions sessions will be encouraged to learn and study different material properties. The main aim of this group is to work together and learn together. Interested candidates may contact either through mail (drmohanlv@gmail.com) or on my site: www.drmlv.in/siesta-india. M.Sc/MTech students are also welcome with some innovative ideas/problems. Various MTech, Ph D students from different Technical/Science colleges are availing the benefits of this group and lab to learn material modeling for their projects.

My Present Research Interests

I am equally interested in Experimental as well as theoretical (mathematical and computational material modeling) research work. At present following research work is running in my lab :

(i) Experimental Material/NanoMaterial Science

In the continuation of my PhD work, I am still involved in experimental research on Material Preparation and characterization studies and solid-state electrochemical device applications viz. solid state batteries. supercapacitor, light emitting elechrochemical cell of ionic composites, nano-composites, ionic polymers and polymer nano-composite electrolyte materials. Three scholars have been completed their work in these materials

Dr. Arti Verma – Characterization analysis of some nanocomposite electrolytes using digital image processing of SEM/TEM images. –(Awarded in 2014).

Dr. Nirbhay Singh- Investigation on transport properties and material characterization of some nanomaterials for fabrication of supercapacitors (Awarded in 2015).

Homendra Das Sahu- Transport properties study and device applications of some polymer nanocomposite electrolyte system. (thesis submitted recently ).

Some PEO based solid electrolytes and nanocomposites were studied experimentally. For detailed structural analysis, image processing of SEM images were performed using java based ImageJ software. Supercapacitors and solid state batteries fabrications and performance studies are the prime objectives of this research. Using SIMULINK, hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) were modeled as an advanced study.

(ii) Theoretical Material/Nano-material Science

Mathematical -Modeling : Mathematical modeling and evaluation of transport properties of some ionic/superionic solids by using space charge depolarization method. Modeling of electrochemical devices viz. solid state batteries, super capacitors and sensors are also in progress. One of the phd thesis of my lab is based on it. Modeling of Light Emitting Electrochemical Cell is under progress.

Dr. B. Keshav Rao - Modeling of transport properties of some nanoionic materials. –(Awarded in 2014). MATLAB is used for the modeling of transport properties of some superionic/ionic solids.

First principle studies : Molecular structural, electronic/electrical, mechanical, optical properties analysis of various crystalline/noncrystalline nano-materials, biomaterials, ionic/super-ionic solids and electronic/ionic conducting polymers in context of solid state battery, super capacitor, organic light emitting diode(OLED), light emitting electrochemical cell (LEEC) applications. In thiese studies density functional based approach implemented in SIESTA, a quantum chemistry based software package is used. For detailed transport properties study NEGF based utility Transiesta is used in present lab. Following students are involved in this approach :

Rachana Singh- Ab-initio modeling and performance study of light emitting electro chemical cells, registered in 2013.

Upma- Studies on the electronic/ionic property of some polymetric biomaterials for medical applications: a density functional approach, registered in 2013.

Structural, Electronic, optical and transport properties of polymers, polymer composites and biomolecules are analysed using first principles before its use in light emitting electrochemical cellls and sensors/molecular switches. Graphene strucutred 2D materials are used as electrodes.

Apart from the above one interactive youtube channel has been launched to help the beginners to associate in this wonderful world of material modeling based on DFT approach. This channel is accepted worldwide by MSc, MTech and PhD scholars to learn SIESTA. The link of channel is :

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb40lsGtuGzECtrtFhQPlvw

Future Research Interest/Proposal

The computing technology is growing exponentially and changing the development activities of new materials. At present, the first principle calculation methods and programs are a powerful research tools, which enable the experimentalists to predict the structures and properties of a material or compound before its synthesis. On this theme two research proposals (based on first principle studies) are :

Proposal 1 : Tailoring the Graphene structured materials for NanoFET/BioFET

Bio-FETs have become one of the major technologies for detection of ions, DNA, proteins and other biomolecules. The working principle of Bio-FET is to monitor the conductance change in the gate channel, before and after the adsorption of target molecules. Due to its large sensing surface and excellent electronic properties, graphene, the principal 2D material, has attracted significant interest to use as a channel in FET sensors. Other graphene structured materials viz. stanene, ZnO nanoribbons, Transition metal dichalcogenides, have direct band gaps and excellent electronic properties, which offer gate-tunable conductance and make them attractive for FET sensor applications.

The aim of this proposal is to tailor 2D materials and investigate sensing performance of nanoFET/ bioFET under various physical conditions, structural geometry, layer of material and thickness/length of sensing 2D materials with and without doping/interaction of impurities/ biomolecules on the sensing surface. The work is planned as

Designing, structural and stability analysis of 2D sensing surface and electrodes.
Mechanical strength, electronic and optical properties study with different physical conditions.
Designing of nanoFET/BioFETs and their I-V characteristics analysis with and without doping/interaction of impurities/ biomolecules.


Quantum transport method provides detailed and accurate information about the transport properties in the nanoscale. Therefore, the interaction of biomolecule with the proposed 2D materials used for sensing will be investigated by using DFT and nonequilibrium Green’s function approach implemented in SIESTA/Transiesta and/or commercial tools like Quantumwise ATK.

Proposal 2 : Investigations on electrodes and performance analysis of polymeric electrochemical and Photovoltaic devices

To meet the ever-increasing energy demands and sustainability requirements, nextgeneration battery systems must provide superior energy densities while employing ecofriendly components. Exploiting materials from biological systems, or bio-inspiration, offers an alternative strategy to overcome the conventional energy storage mechanism through the chemical diversity, highly efficient biochemistry, sustainability, and natural abundance provided by these materials. Proposed work is categorized as :

Designing, structural and stability analysis of new electrodes and active materials.
Mechanical strength analysis of polymeric systems.
Electronic and optical properties study with different physical conditions.
Designing of electrochemical and/or photovoltaic device and their I-V characteristics analysis and computation of important parameters.
Performance analysis of devices.
Work will be extended upto the modeling of bio-batteries, bio-capacitors and biosolar cells.
The fabrication of devices (with best performance ) may be the next part of this proposal( I have experimental experience of fabrication of solid state batteries and supercapacitors ).


SIESTA /Ttransiesta and/or commercial tools like Quantumwise ATK will be used for the different computational analysis. I am searching for a good tool for modeling of solar cell i.e. to study the photon-electron interaction.

Collaborations with various Research Centers

CNIRL is running well in the collaboration with following groups :

1 Prof. Ravindra Pandey, Chair, Department of Physics, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan, USA.

2 Dr. Manickam Minakshi, Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Australia.

3 Dr. Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi, Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.

4 Dr Ranveer, Deptt of Physics, Dr Hari Singh Gour University Sagar (M.P)

5 Dr Anjali Avadhiya, Department of Physics, Government Nagarjuna Post Graduate (Autonomous) College of Science, Raipur (C.G.)

Research Projects

Thanks to management of Gangajali Education Society for providing me financial support to perform a good research work in last 15 years. Along with this, financial support is also received through following research projects :

1. A project of Chhattisgarh Council of Science & Technology, Raipur, on Structural characterization of some nanocomposite electrolyte systems using digital image processing of SEM/TEM images (No.356/CCOST/MRP/09). - completed

2. A MODROB project of AICTE-New Delhi (Rs 13 Lacks) to upgrade condensed matter physics Lab - completed

Conference/ Seminar Organized

1. “IWMMS 2013: International Workshop on Materials Modeling and Simulation” with the collaboration of Department of Applied Physics, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, USA, during June 24-27, 2013 at Shri Shankaracharya Group of Institutions, Junwani, Bhilai.

2. A National Conference on recent advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology, SSCET-Junwani, Bhilai, on 12-13 Jan 2009.

3. A national conference on “Horizons of electrolytic, electronic and photonic material Physics” SSCET- Junwani, Bhilai, on 26-27 Oct. 2007.

4. A workshop on “Innovative Physics Teaching (WIPT 2006)” on 30th December 2006 in SSCET, Junwani Bhilai. Resource person, Dr. H. C. Verma, Deptt. of Physics I.I.T., Kanpur, U.P.

5. A seminar on "Role of Physics in Technical Education" in the occasion of National Science Day 2005 and International Physics Year 2005 in SSCET Junwani Bhilai, 19 April 2005.

Research Students

Ph.D. awarded

1. Dr. Arti Verma – Characterization analysis of some nanocomposite electrolytes using digital image processing of SEM/TEM images. –(Awarded in 2014, Experimental)

2. Dr. B. Keshav Rao - Modeling of transport properties of some nanoionic materials. – (Awarded-2014, theoretical Mathematical/DFT modeling)

3. Dr. Nirbhay Singh- Investigation on transport properties and material characterization of some nanomaterials for fabrication of supercapacitors (Awarded- 2015, Experimental).

Pursuing PhD under my supervision

4. Homendra Das Sahu- Transport properties study and device applications of some polymer nanocomposite electrolyte system, registered in 2013. (Experimental )

5. Rachana Singh- Ab-initio modeling and performance study of light emitting electro chemical cells, registered in 2013. (Theoretical DFT based )

6. Upma- Studies on the electronic/ionic property of some polymetric biomaterials for medical applications: a density functional approach, registered in 2013. (Theoretical DFT based )

7. Duga Verma- Studies on the optical properties of rare earth doped strontium silicate nanophosphors, registered in 2013 (both Experimental and Theoretical DFT based ) (as co-supervisor)

8. Ajay Kumar Verma- Optimization of lamination parameters of a composite plate subjected to thermo-mechanical loading, registered in 2013 (Experimerimental). (as co-supervisor)

The research work is going on under the affiliation of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai.

M.Phil Students : 20 Students of different Universities are guided for project work.

Mentoring many M Sc, M Tech/ME students of various Science and technical institutions for their project work based on SIESTA .

List of Publications

(a) In peer reviewed International/National Journals

2017

1. Mohan L Verma, B Keshav Rao
Ab initio study of ionic nature of 0.75 AgI: 0.25 AgCl
Solid State Ionics, 2017, 310, pp.56-61, Impact Factor: 2.354.

2. Upma, Mohan L. Verma, Durga Verma
First principle studies on electronic structure and charge density of potato starch
Ionics, 2017, 10, pp. 2881-2886, Impact Factor: 2.062.

3. B Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma
First principle study of PEO-AgI polymer systems
Chemical Physics Letters, 2017, 679, pp. 176-180, Impact Factor: 1.815

4. B Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma
Modeling of space charge dielectric constant
Ionics, 2017, 23(6), pp. 1563-1567, Impact Factor: 2.062.

5. Mohan L Verma, Homendra D Sahu
Study on ionic conductivity and dielectric properties of PEO-based solid nanocomposite polymer electrolytes
Ionics, 23(9), pp 2339–2350, Impact Factor: 2.062.

6. Mohan L Verma, B Keshav Rao, Rachna Singh, Durga Banchor, Homendra D Sahu
Ab initio study of mechanical strength of solid polymer electrolyte (PEO) 5LiClO4
Ionics, 23(10), pp 2715–2720, Impact Factor: 2.062.

7. Rachna Singh, B Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma
Structural, electronic and transport properties of X3SnC (X= Cr/Mn/Cu) electrodes— first principle approach
Ionics, 2017, pp 1–8, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11581-017-2407-0 Impact Factor: 2.062.

2016

8. B Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma
Modeling of ionic charge density
Chemical Physics, 2016, 478, pp. 87-90, Impact Factor: 1.767.

9. B Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma
First principle study of 0.75 AgI: 0.25 AgCl: A density functional approach
Chemical Physics Letters, 2016, 661, pp. 157-160, Impact Factor: 1.815.

10. Rachna Singh Mohan L. Verma
Electron Transport in Zigzag Silicon and Silicon mono-oxide Nanoribbons : Ab initio study
Research Journal of Physical Sciences, 2016, 4(5), pp. 1-7.

2015

11. Nirbhay K. Singh Mohan L. Verma, Manickam Minakshi Sundaram
PEO nanocomposite polymer electrolyte for solid state symmetric capacitors
Bulletin of Materials Science, 2015, 38(5), pp. 1577–1588, Impact Factor 1.02.

12. Mohan L. Verma and Homendra D. Sahu
Ionic conductivity and dielectric behavior of PEO-based silver ion conducting nanocomposite polymer electrolytes
Ionics, 21(12), 29 July 2015, pp 3223–3231, Impact Factor: 2.062.

13. Nirbhay K. Singh, Mohan L. Verma and Taide Ajay
Capacitor with PEO/Activated Carbon based Electrode and Nanocomposite Polymer as Electrolyte
Applied Science and Advanced Materials International , 2015, 1 (4-5), pp. 118 – 121.

14. Keshav Rao and Mohan L. Verma (Review Article)
Ionic mobility of (0.9)[0.75 AgI:0.25AgCl]:0.1SiO2 in space charge depolarization
Ionics, 2015, 21(3), pp.611-616, Impact Factor: 2.062.
15. Amar Bahadur, Mohan L. Verma and Madhukar Mishra
First principle study of structural, electronic and magnetic properties of silicon doped zigzag boron nitride nanoribbon,
The European Physical Journal B, 2015, 88(4), pp. 79, https://doi.org/10.1140/epjb/e2015-50847-5 Impact Factor: 1.461.

16. Rajendra Prasad Gautam , Mohan Lal Verma, Jeevan Jyoti Nakarmi and Shiba Subedi
Theoretical study on Structural and Electronics Properties of Boron and Boron NitrideNanodics: A Density Functional Approach
International Journal of Computer & Mathematical Sciences, 2015, ISSN 2347 – 8527 Volume 4, Special Issue, September 2015, DOI : 10.13140/RG.2.1.2227.5289.

17. Aarti Choudhary, Youman Kumar Sahu, Anjali Oudhia, Mohan L Verma
Shape Dependent Structural and Electronic Properties of ZnO Nanostructures
Advanced Science Letters,2015, 21(9), pp.2677-2680,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1166/asl.2015.6362

2014

18. Mohan L. Verma, Manickam Minakshi Sundaram and Nirbhay K. Singh
Structural and electrochemical properties of nanocomposite polymer electrolyte for electrochemical devices
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2014, 53(39), pp-14993-15001 5, DOI: 10.1021/ie502615w, Impact Factor : 2.843.

19. Mohan L. Verma, Manickam Minakshi Sundaram and Nirbhay K. Singh
Synthesis and characterization of solid polymer electrolyte based on activated carbon for solid state capacitor
Electrochimica Acta, 2014, 137: 497–503,
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electacta.2014.06.039 , Impact Factor : 4.798.

20. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of ionic diffusion by space charge depolarization
Ionics, 2014, 20(5) pp 697-701, DOI:10.1007/s11581-013-1015-x, Impact Factor : 2.062.

2013

21. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
A density functional approach for the conductivity
CSVTU research journal, 2013, 6, pp - 13-16 2013. ISSN:0975-8725.

22. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of ionic charge current density
CSVTU research journal, 2013, 6: 17-20 2013. ISSN:0975-8725.

2012

23. Mohan L. Verma and Nirbhay K. Singh
AC impedance spectroscopic of nano sizeAl2O3 Filler in PEO: AgI polymer electrolyte
Material Science Research India, 2012, 9(1), pp-139-146, ISSN Print: 0973-3469, Online: 2394-0565.
24. Mohan L. Verma and Nirbhay K. Singh
AC Impedance Analysis on PEO:AgI Polymer Electrolyte for Capacitor Application CSVTU Research Journal, 2012, 5, pp- 22-26, ISSN:0975-8725.

25. Mohan L. Verma and Nirbhay K. Singh
Ultrabattery, fuel cell and supercapacitorbased HEV a comparative study of performance
International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics, 2012, 2, pp-113-124, ISSN: 2250-0634.

26. Mohan L. Verma and Arti Verma
Investigation on solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) membrane of composition [(1-x) PEO: x AgCl] prepared by hot press technique
MaterialScience Research India, 2012, 9(2), pp- 227-232 ISSN Print: 0973-3469, Online: 2394-0565.

2011

27. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of Ag+ mobility in AgI by space charge depolarization process
Ionics, 2011, 17(4), pp-323-329, DOI : 10.1007/s11581-010-0513-3, Impact Factor 2.062.

28. Mohan L. Verma and Arti Verma
Structural and morphological characterization of Ag+ion conducting nanocomposite polymer electrolyte membrane (1-x)[70 PEO: 30 Ag2SO4]: x Fe2O3 by hot press technique
International Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, 2011, 7(1), pp- 7-12, 2011, ISSN 0973-1776.
29. Mohan L. Verma and Arti Verma
Study of membrane morphology of SEM image of polymer nanocomposite membrane by digital Image processing
International Journal of Engg. Science and Technology, 2011, 1, pp- 1332-1336, ISSN: 2248 –9622.
30. Mohan L. Verma, Arti Verma and R.C. Agrawal
Characterization Study of Hot-Press-Synthesized Electro Active Polymeric Membranes by Image Processing
International Journal of Nanotechnology and Applications, 2011, 5(3), pp-161-171 ISSN : 0974-3081.

31. Mohan L Verma and Arti Verma
Ionic transport properties and characterization studies on Ag+ ion conducting polymeric nanocomposite electrolyte membrane (1-x)[70PEO: 30AgCl]: xTiO2 prepared by hot press technique.
Advances in Polymer Science and Technology: An International Journal, 2011, 1(1), pp-10-13, ISSN : 2277 – 7164.

2006

32. Mohan L. Verma, R.C. Agrawal and Mimi Mukherjee
Space charge depolarization of wurtzite or zinc blend structured silver iodide: modeling of preliminary studies
Radiation effects & Defects in solids, 2006, 161(4), pp-225-233, DOI : https://doi.org/10.1080/10420150600673549

2000

33. R. C. Agrawal, Mohan L. Verma, R. K. Gupta and S Thaker

Characterization of basic transport properties in a new fast Ag+ ion conducting composite electrolyte system:(1− x)[0.75 AgI: 0.25 AgCl]: xZrO2
Solid State Ionics, 2000, 136-137, pp 473-478, doi:10.1016/S0167-2738(00)00461-6 Impact Factor: 2.354.

1999

34. R. C. Agrawal, Mohan L. Verma and R. K. Gupta
Studies on persistent-polarization/memory-type effect in Ag+ ion conducting quenched [0.75 AgI: 0.25 AgCl] mixed-system/solid-solution
Indian, J. Pure and Appl. Phy, 1999, 37(04), pp-334-337, Impact Factor: 0.77.

35. R. C. Agrawal, R.K.Gupta, Mohan L. Verma and A. R. Sharma
Polarization/self-depolarization studies on Ag+ ion conducting quenched [0.75 AgI: 0.25 AgCl] mixed system/solid solution
Indian, J. Pure and Appl. Phy, 1999, 37(04), pp-235-238, Impact Factor: 0.77.

1998

36. R. C. Agrawal, Mohan L. Verma and R. K. Gupta
A study of ionic transport properties on a new Ag+-ion-conducting composite electrolyte system:(1-x)[0.75 Agl: 0.25 AgCl]: xSiO2
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 1998, 31(20), pp-2854-2860, Impact Factor: 2.588, doi : https://doi.org/ 10.1088/0022-3727/31/20/020 .

37. R. C. Agrawal, R. K. Gupta and Mohan L. Verma
Studies of polarization/self-depolarization and electret-type effect in AgI
ionics, 1998, 4(1-2), pp 33-41, 1998, doi:10.1007/BF02375777, Impact Factor : 2.062.

Summary : Total International : 35, Total National : 02

(b) Book chapters / special issues of solid state ionics

2010

38. Mohan L. Verma and B.Keshav Rao
Modeling of space charge ionic conduction in 2 phase nano composite electrolytes
in Solid State Ionics : Fundamental Researches and Technological Applications, eds B.V.R. Chowdari et al. Wuhan : Wuhan University of Technology Press, pp-423-430, 2010.

39. Mohan L. Verma, B. Keshav Rao and Homendra Sahu
Seeking the possibility of quantum transport in ionic/superionic solids

in Solid State Ionics : Fundamental Researches and Technological Applications, eds B.V.R. Chowdari et al. Wuhan : Wuhan University of Technology Press, pp- 431-438, 2010.

40. Mohan L. Verma, Homendra Sahu and Arti Verma
Studies on correlation between dielectric properties and ionic conductivity of Fe2O3 dispersed PEO based nanocomposite electrolyte
in Solid State Ionics : Fundamental Researches and Technological Applications, eds B.V.R.Chowdari et al. Wuhan : Wuhan University of Technology Press, pp-XX-YY, 2010.

41. Mohan L. Verma, Nirbhay K. Singh
Novel model of hybrid electric vehicle based on solar energy induced ultrabattery
in Solid State Ionics : Fundamental Researches and Technological Applications, eds B.V.R.Chowdari et al. Wuhan : Wuhan University of Technology Press, pp-1139- 1145, 2010.

2008

42. Mohan L. Verma and B.Keshav Rao
Modeling of Space Charge Density in Some Nanocomposite Solid Electrolyte
in Solid State Ionics : New materials for pollution free energy devices eds B.V.R. Chowdari et al. World Scientific, Singapore pp-531-536 2008.

43. Mohan L. Verma, B. Keshav Rao,Homendra Sahu and Nirbhay K. Singh
Modeling and Determination of Space Charge Dielectric Constant of Nanocomposite Electrolyte 0.9[0.75 AgI : 0.25 AgCl]:SiO2
in Solid State Ionics : New materials for pollution free energy devices eds B.V.R.Chowdari et al. World Scientific, Singapore, pp- 525-530, 2008.

44. Mohan L. Verma, B. Keshav Rao, Arti Verma and Mimi Mukherjee
Structural Characterization of Ionic Materials Applying Digital Image Processing of SEM/TEM Image : A Novel Approach
in Solid State Ionics : New materials for pollution free energy devices eds B.V.R.Chowdari et al. World Scientific, Singapore, pp-417-421, 2008.

45. Mohan L.Verma, Nirbhay K. Singh and Homendra Sahu
Supercapacitors for hybridelectric vehicles: A survey and modeling of new control structure
in Solid State Ionics :New materials for pollution free energy devices eds B. V. R. Chowdari et al. World Scientific, Singapore , pp-831-836, 2008. 2001

46. R. C. Agrawal, Mohan L. Verma and R. K. Gupta
Thermoelectric power and battery discharge characteristic studies of a new silver ion conducting composite electrolyte (1-x) [0.75Agl:0.25AgCI]:xZrO2
in Ion Conducting Materials : Theory & Applications, eds- A. R. Kulkarni and P Gopalan, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7319-401-6, pp. 220, 2001.

1998

47. R. C. Agrawal, Mohan L. Verma, R. K. Gupta and S. Thaker
Thermoelectric power and battery discharge characteristic studies of a new silver ion conducting composite electrolyte
in Solid State Ionics - Science and Technology (eds) B. V. R. Chowdary et al.World Scientific, Singapore 465 1998. [ISBN No : 9810237634, 9789810237639 ].

48. R C. Agrawal, Mohan L. Verma, R. K. Gupta, R. Kumar, M. L. Verma and S. K. Pandey.
Estimation of mobile ion concentration in some silver ion conducting solid electrolyte systems by dc polarization/depolarization studies
in Solid State Ionics – Science and Technology, (eds) B. V. R. Chowdary et al. World Scientific, Singapore 127 1998. [ISBN No : 9810237634, 9789810237639].

Summary : Total International : 10, Total National : 01

(c) in proceedings of international/national conferences

2015

49. Anjali Oudhia, Youman Kumar Sahu, Aarti Chaudhary and Mohan L Verma
A FIRST PRINCIPLE STUDY OF ELECTRONIC STRUCTUREOF ZnO NANORIBBON
International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies/IV/II/Jan.-March,2015/294-295.

50. Upma, Mohan L Verma and Rachna Singh
Ab initio studies on electronic structure and charge density of potato starch
International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies /IV/II/Jan.-March,2015/294-295.

51. Durga Verma, R.P. Patel, Mohan L Verma
PREPARATION OF Eu-ACTIVATED Sr2SiO4 PHOSPHOR BY A COMBUSTION METHOD AND ITS OPTICAL PROPERTIES
International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies /IV/II/Jan.-March,2015/271-272.

2011

52. Mohan L. Verma, B. Keshav Rao and Homendra Sahu
Modeling of a transport properties of a nano-composite material
in the proceedings of National Conference on recent trends in physics of solids, Excellent publishing house, eds. K.V.R. Murthy et al. pp. 59-63 2011.

2008

53. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of Space Charge Density inNanocomposite Solid Electrolyte 0.9AgCl:0.1SiO2
in the proceeding of International conference on interdisciplinary approach in physical sciences: Growing trends and recent advances, Guru Ghansidas University Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) India 2008.

54. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee and Arti Verma
Structural characterization of nano- crystalline CdS by digital image processing
in the proceeding of International conference of Interdisciplinary approach in physical sciences : growing trends and recent advances, Guru Ghansidas University Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) India 2008.

2007

55. Mohan L. Verma, K. Deshmukh and Anil Choubey
Modeling and Determination of drift mobility of Ag+ in 0.75 AgI:0.25AgCl
in the proceeding of National Conference on Physics of Nano Structured Functional Materials, Bhilai Institute of Technology-Durg, pp- 72-76 2007.

56. Mohan L. Verma, B. K. Rao and Mimi Mukherjee
Modeling and evaluation of Ag+ diffusion in nanocomposite electrolyte 0.9AgI:0.1SiO2
in the proceedings of National Conference on Physics of Nano Structured Functional Materials, Bhilai Institute of Technology-Durg, pp -52-56 2007.

57. Mimi Mukherjee, Mohan L. Verma, S. Bhushan and Purna Bose
Electro-opticalstudies of chemically deposited Lanthanum/Neodymium doped (Cd- Pb)S films
in the proceedings of National Conference on Physics of Nano Structured Functional Materials, Bhilai Institute of Technology-Durg, pp- 78-82, 2007.

58. Mimi Mukherjee, Mohan L. Verma, Swagota Sarkar and S. Bhushan
Photoconductivity and nanoparticle studies of some chemically deposited CdS & (Cd- Pb)S films
in Advances in Electronic Materials & Devices [AEMD – 2006], Edts. P.K. Bajpai et al., Anamaya Publications, New Delhi (2007) ISBN No. 81-88342-91-2.

59. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee, B.K. RaO and O.P. Verma
A preliminarymodeling of ionic drift mobility of a nanocomposite 0.9 AgI:SiO2
in Advances in Electronic Materials & Devices [AEMD – 2006], Edts. P.K. Bajpai et al., Anamaya Publications, New Delhi (2007) ISBN No. 81-88342-91-2.

2006

60. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee, B. K. RaO and Lalit K. Bhaiya
A preliminarymodeling of space charge dielectric constant of nanocomposite [0.9Agl :0.1 Si02]
in proceeding of National conference in recent trends in material science(RTMS06), North Maharastra University, Jalgaon (MS) 2006.
2002

61. R.C. Agrawal, Chetan K. Sinha and Mohan L. Verma
Discharge characteristic studyon solid-state battery using composite electrolyte system 0.8 [0.25Agl: 0.25AgCI]:0.2Fe2O3
in Proc. of the 7thInt. symposium in Advances in Electrochemical Ccience and Technology, ISAEST –VII, Chennai India 174-177 2002.

Summary : Total International : 05, Total National : 08

(d) Research Papers Presented by me and my research scholars in various national/international Conferences

2017

1. Rachna Singh, B.Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma and Ranveer Kumar
Structural, Electronic and Transport Properties of X3SnC (X=Cr/Mn/Cu) Electrodes-First Principle Approach
12th National Conference on Solid State Ionics, organized by the Deptt. of Physics, BITS Pilani on 21-23 Dec. 2017 pp 57.

2. Rachna Singh, B.Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma, Homendra D Sahu and Nirbhay K Singh
First Principle Study of Interaction of PEO with LiI/NaI
12th National Conference on Solid State Ionics, organized by the Deptt. of Physics, BITS Pilani on 21-23 Dec. 2017 pp 76.

3. Homendra D Sahu, Mohan L Verma, B.Keshav Rao and Nirbhay K Singh
Enhancement fo Ag+ Ionic Conductivity in Solid Nanocomposite Polymer Electolyte Treated with Magnetic Field
12th National Conference on Solid State Ionics, organized by the Deptt. of Physics, BITS Pilani on 21-23 Dec. 2017 pp 83.

4. Rachna Singh, B. Keshav Rao and Mohan L Verma
Electronic and Transport Properties of SnC Crystal and Nanoribbons - A DFT Approach
National Conference On Signal Processing, Sustainable Energy Materials and Astronomy & Astrophysics (NSSEMA 2017), organized by School of Studies in Electronics & Photonics and School of Studies in Physics & Astrophysics, Pt Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur, Chhattisgarh on 28-30 March 2017.

5. Mohan L Verma and Homendra D Sahu
Ionic conductivity and dielectric behavior of PEO based solid nanocomposite polymer electrolyted treated with magnetic filed
National Conference On Signal Processing, Sustainable Energy Materials and Astronomy & Astrophysics (NSSEMA 2017), organized by School of Studies in Electronics & Photonics and School of Studies in Physics & Astrophysics, Pt Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur, Chhattisgarh, on 28-30 March 2017.

6. B. Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma, Homendra D Sahu, Nirbhay K Singh and Rachna Singh
Ab Initio calculation of Zinc Blend Structured 0.75AgI:0.25AgCl Solid Solution
National Conference on Research challenges in Science, Technology & Management for National development (BITCON-2017), at Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg, Chhattisgarh, on 28-March, 2017, pp-52.

2016

7. Rachna Singh, B. Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma,and Ranveer Kumar
The charge density of PEO-MI (M=Li, Na) polymer electrolytes: A first principle study
15th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics at IIT, Patna, Bihar, INDIA on Nov. 27-30, 2016, pp-183.

8. Upma, Mohan L Verma and Durga
First Principle Studies on Electronic Structure and Charge Density of Potato Starch
15th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics at IIT, Patna, Bihar, INDIA on Nov. 27-30, 2016, pp-183.

9. Mohan L. Verma, B.Keshav Rao, Rachna Singh, Durga and Homendra Sahu
Ab Initio Study of Mechanical Strength of Solid Polymer Electrolyte PEO:LiClO4
15th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics at IIT, Patna, Bihar, INDIA on Nov. 27-30, 2016, pp-189.

2015

10. Mohan L Verma and Rachna Singh
Density functional theory: how useful for electrolytic systems ?
11th National Conference on Solid State Ionics (NCSSI-11), Dept. of Physics, Tezpur University, Tejpur, Assam, on 21-23, Dec. 2015.

11. Mohan L Verma, Rachna Singh and B. Keshav Rao
First principle study of PPV-PEO-LiClO4 in the context of light emitting electrochemical cell
11th National Conference on Solid State Ionics (NCSSI-11), Dept. of Physics, Tezpur University, Tejpur, Assam, on 21-23, Dec. 2015.

12. Upma, Mohan L Verma, Rachna Singh and Ranveer Kumar
First principle studies on structural and electronic properties of PEO5-LiI
11th National Conference on Solid State Ionics (NCSSI-11), Dept. of Physics, Tezpur University, Tejpur, Assam, on 21-23, Dec. 2015.

13. Mohan L Verma, Homendra D Sahu, Nirbhay K Singh and Ranveer Kumar
Impedance spectroscopy study of PEO based nanocomposite polymer electrolyte processed with magnetic field
11th National Conference on Solid State Ionics (NCSSI-11), Dept. of Physics, Tezpur University, Tejpur, Assam, on 21-23, Dec. 2015.

14. B Keshav Rao, Mohan L Verma, Homendra Sahu & Nirbhay K Singh
The First Principle Study of 0.75AgI:0.25AgCl: A Density Functional Approach
All India Conference on Sustainable Product Development, Chhatrapati Shivaji Institute of Technology, Durg, Chhattisgarh, 24-25 April, 2015.

15. Rachna Singh and Mohan L Verma
Comparative Study of Electrolyte Materials for LEEC: A first principle approach
National Conference on Polymer Science, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus (SSGI), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 21 March, 2015.

16. Rachna Singh, Mohan L Verma and Upma
Study of electrolyte materials for LEEC: A DFT approach
National Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Their Characterization, Bhilai Institute of Technology, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 20-21, Feb. 2015.

17. Upma, Mohan L Verma and Rachna Singh
Ab Initio Studies on Electronic Structure and Charge Density of Potato Starch
National Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Their Characterization, Bhilai Institute of Technology, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 20-21, Feb. 2015.

2014

18. B. Keshav Rao and Mohan L Verma
A Density Functional Approach: Cationic Interaction in Polymer Systems
National Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Shri Shankaracharya Technical Campus, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 8 Nov. 2014.

19. Nirbhay Singh, Mohan L Verma and B Keshav Rao
Electrical and electrochemical behavior on nano-composite polymer electrolyte (NCPE) membrances: (1-x)(PEO70:AgI30)(1-x):xTiO2 for capacitor application
3rd International Conference on polymer and characterization, at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, on 11-13 Oct., 2014.

20. Mohan L Verma, Rachana Singh and B Keshav Rao
First principle study of light emitting electrochemical cell
3rd International Conference on Polymer and Characterization, at Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, on 11-13 Oct., 2014.

2012

21. Mohan L. Verma, B. Keshav Rao and Upma
The Role of Computer Experiments in Research and Development of Chhattisgarh
National Conference on Role of Science & Technology for Sustainable Development of Chhattisgarh, at Shri Shankaracharya Technical campus, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, on 25-26 Jan. 2012.

2011

22. Mohan L. Verma, B.Keshav Rao and Homendra Sahu
Modeling of a transport property of a nano-composite material
Recent Trends in Physics of Solids, Govt. V. Y. T. Post Graduate Autonomous College, Durg, Chhattisgarh, on 11-12 Oct. 2011.

2010

23. Mohan L. Verma& B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of Space Charge Conductivity in Some Nanocomposite Solid Electrolyte
New Horizons in Physics and Electronics, St. Thomas College, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 2010.

2009

24. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of Percolation Ionic Current in Nanocomposite Solid Electrolyte
8th National Conference on Solid State Ionics: Materials for Novel Devices at Dr. H. S. Gaur University, Sagar, Madhya-Pradesh, during 7-9 Dec 2009.

2008

25. Mohan L. Verma and B.Keshav Rao
Modeling of Space Charge Density in Some Nanocomposite Solid Electrolyte
11th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics at BU-DRDO Centre for Life Sciences, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India, 9-13 June, 2008.

26. Mohan L. Verma, B.Keshav Rao, Homendra Sahu and Nirbhay K. Singh
Modeling and Determination of Space Charge Dielectric Constant of Nanocomposite Electrolyte 0.9[0.75 AgI : 0.25 AgCl] : SiO2
11th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics, at BU-DRDO Centre for Life Sciences, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India, 9-13 June, 2008.

27. Mohan L.Verma, Nirbhay K. Singh and Homendra Sahu
Supercapacitors for hybrid electric vehicles: A survey and modeling of new control structure
11th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics, at BU-DRDO Centre for Life Sciences, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India, 9-13 June, 2008.

28. Mohan L. Verma, B.Keshav Rao, Arti Verma and Mimi Mukherjee
Structural Characterization of Ionic Materials Applying Digital Image Processing of SEM/TEM Image : A novel Approach
11th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics, at BU-DRDO Centre for Life Sciences, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India, 9-13 June, 2008.

29. Mohan L.Verma and B.Keshav Rao
Modeling of Space Charge Density in Nanocomposite Solid Electrolyte 0.9AgCl : 0.1SiO2
Silver Jubilee International Conference, CONIAPS-X at Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, 12-14 JaN, 2008.

30. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee and Arti Verma
Structural characterization of nano-crystalline CdS by digital image processing
Silver Jubilee International Conference, CONIAPS-X at Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, 12-14 JaN, 2008.

2007

31. Mohan L. Verma, K. Deshmukh and Anil Choubey
Determination of Space Charge Dielectric Constant of b-AgI : A Preliminary Modelling
National Conference on Physics of Nano Structured Functional Materials (BITCON 2007), Bhilai Institute of Technology-Durg (Chhattisgarh), 16-17 March 2007.

32. Mohan L. Verma, B.K.Rao & Mimi Mukherjee
Modeling and evaluation of Ag+ diffusion in nanocomposite electrolyte 0.9AgI:0.1SiO2
National Conference on Physics of Nano Structured Functional Materials (BITCON 2007), Bhilai Institute of Technology-Durg (Chhattisgarh), 16-17 March 2007.

33. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee, S. Bhushan and Purna Bose
Electro-optical studies of chemically deposited Lanthanum/Neodymium doped (Cd-Pb)S films
National Conference on Physics of Nano Structured Functional Materials (BITCON 2007), Bhilai Institute of Technology-Durg (Chhattisgarh), 16-17 March 2007.
34. Mohan L. Verma, Anil Choubey, Mimi Mukherjee and B.K.Rao
Trap modulated Mobility of Ag+ ions in 0.9AgI:0.1SiO2: Modeling and Determination at room temperature
National Conference on Advances in Electronic Materials and Devices (AEMDO7), Department of Physics, Guru Ghansidas University, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, 25-26 March, 2007.

35. Mohan L. Verma and Arti Verma
Application of image processing in the characterization of nanomaterials
National conference on-Horizons of electrolytic, electronics and photonic material physics, Shri Shankaracharya College of Engg. & Technology- Junwani, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 26-27 Oct-2007.

36. Mohan L. Verma and B. Keshav Rao
Modeling of space charge density in nanocomposite electrolyte (0.9AgI:0.1SiO2)
National conference on-Horizons of electrolytic, electronics and photonic material physics, Shri Shankaracharya College of Engg. & Technology- Junwani, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 26-27 Oct-2007.

37. M.Mukherjee, S.Bhushan and Mohan L.Verma
Photoconductive studies on chemically deposited doped and undoped (Cd-Pb)S films
National conference on-Horizons of electrolytic, electronics and photonic material physics, Shri Shankaracharya College of Engg. & Technology- Junwani, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 26-27 Oct-2007.

38. Mimi Mukherjee, Mohan L. Verma and Shashibhushan
Electro-optical properties of some chemically deposited rare-earth semiconducting film
National conference on-Horizons of electrolytic, electronics and photonic material physics, Shri Shankaracharya College of Engg. & Technology- Junwani, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, 26-27 Oct-2007.

2006

39. Mimi Mukherjee, Mohan L. Verma, Swagota Sarkar and S. Bhushan Photoconductivity and nanoparticle studies of some chemically deposited Cds & (Cd-Pb)S films
National Conference on Advances in Electronic Materials & Devices [AEMD– 006], Department of Physics, Guru Ghasidas University-Bilaispur, Chhattisgarh, 5-6 March, 2006.

40. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee, B.K. Rao and O.P. Verma
A Preliminary modeling of ionic drift mobility of a nanocomposite 0.9 AgI: SiO2
National Conference on Advances in Electronic Materials & Devices [AEMD– 006], Department of Physics, Guru Ghasidas University-Bilaispur, Chhattisgarh, 5-6 March, 2006.

41. Mohan L. Verma, Mimi Mukherjee, B.K. Rao and Lalit K. Bhaiya
A preliminary modeling of space charge dielectric constant of nano composite (0.9AgI:0.1 SiO2)
National Conference in Recent Trends in Material Science (RTMSO6), School of Physical Science, North Maharastra University, Jalgon Maharashtra, 24-25 March 2006.

Summary : Total International : 11, Total National : 30

(e) Conference/Workshop Attended

1. A conference on National Science Day Feb 28, 1997 organized by MPCOST Bhopal at Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur.
2. National conference or Luminescence and its applications, Oct. 13-15, 1997, at School of studies in physics, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur (C.G.).
3. A conference on the National Science Day Feb. 28, 1998, organized by MPCOST Bhopal at Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur.
4. Third National conference on Solid State Ionics, March 23-21, 1998. Dept. of physics, NERIST, Nirjuli (Itanagar) Arunachal Pradesh.
5. National conference on Science and Technology of Exotic Materials June 5-6, 1998. Dept of physics Barkatulla University Bhopal (M.P.).
6. Research Training Workshop,Nov. 22-28, 1998, Physics Dept. Banaras Hindu University Varanasi (India).
7. Sixth Asian conference on Solid State Ionics, Nov 29-Dec 4, 1998, Surajkund India.
8. 5th National conference on Solid State Ionics Feb. 15-17, 2002. Dept of physics Nagpur University Nagpur.
9. National Workshop on Physics & Applications of Luminescence to Nano- Science,Radiation DOsimetry & Geology” (NWPAL-09) by the Department of Applied Physics on 3-4 Dec. 2009.
10. 8th National Conference on Solid State Ionics: Materials for Novel Devices 2009, Sagar, M.P. India.
11. 11th National Conference on Solid State Ionics (NCSSI-11), Dept. of Physics, Tezpur University on 21-23, Dec. 2015.
12. 15th Asian Conference on Solid State Ionics at IIT, Patna, Bihar, INDIA on Nov. 27-30, 2016.

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