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Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh

  • Assistant Professor ( Research)
    Institute of Applied Sciences & Humanities
  • Department

    Department of Physics
  • Contact Details:

    Email : manoj.singh@gla.ac.in

    Contact Number :7755834535

  • Experience

  • Qualifications

    • PhD (2014): V.B.S. Purvanchal University Jaunpur, U.P., India.
    • M.Sc. (2007): V.B.S. Purvanchal University Jaunpur, U.P., India.
    • B.Sc. (2005): V.B.S. Purvanchal University Jaunpur, U.P., India.
    • Intermediate. (2002):  T.D.Inter College, Jaunpur, U.P., India.
    • High School (2000):  T.D.Inter College, Jaunpur, U.P., India.
  • Ph.D

    Thesis Supervised

  • Awarded/ Completed-

    Working-

  • Postgraduate

    Thesis Supervised

  • Awarded/ Completed-

    Working-

Journal

  • 1 M. K. Singh et al., “Projectile fragmentation study in peripheral collision for the interaction of 84Kr with nuclear emulsion at relativistic energy, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E., doi.org/10.1142/S0218301319500630, Accepted (2019).
  • 2 M. K. Singh et al., “Multifragmentation study of 84Kr36 projectile in interaction with nuclear emulsion detector at 1 GeV per nucleon, J. Kor. Phys. Soc., Accepted (2019).
  • 3 N. Marimuthu et al., (Including M. K. Singh) “Study of Relativistic Charged Particles Production in 84Kr36 Emulsion Interactions 1 GeV per nucleon with Wounded Nucleon Model, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E., doi.org/10.1142/S0218301319500587, Accepted (2019).
  • 4 U. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Emission characteristics of the charged particle production in interaction of 84Kr with nuclear emulsion detector at relativistic energy”, J. Kor. Phys. Soc., Accepted (2019).
  • 5 M. K. Singh et al., “Emission characteristics of intermediate mass fragments by the 84Kr36 projectile in nuclear emulsion detector at 1 GeV per nucleon”, Eur. Phys. J. Plus, Accepted (2019).
  • 6 M. K. Singh et al., “Required sensitivity to search the neutrinoless double beta decay in 124Sn“, Indian J. Phys., https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12648-019-01569-6, Accepted (2019).
  • 7 D. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Experiments and Challenges in Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Observation“, Journal of Scientific Research, BHU, Varanasi, 63, 265 (2019).
  • 8 M. K. Singh et al., “Charge Measurement / Estimation Techniques in Nuclear Emulsion Detector“, Journal of Scientific Research, BHU, Varanasi, 63, 249 (2019).
  • 9 M. K. Singh et al., “Characterization of the Hybrid Neutron Detector“, Indian J. Phys., 93(2), 235 (2019).
  • 10 Sonay et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Neutron background measurements with a hybrid neutron detector at the Kuo-Sheng Reactor Neutrino Laboratory“, Phys. Rev. C 98, 024602 (2018).
  • 11 H. Jiang et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Limits on Light Weakly Interacting Massive Particles from the First 102.8 kg day Data of the CDEX-10 Experiment“, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 241301 (2018).
  • 12 L. T Yang et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Bulk and surface event identification in p-type germanium detectors“, NIM A 886, 13 (2018).
  • 13 L. T Yang et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Limits on light WIMPs with a 1 kg-scale germanium detector at 160 eVee physics threshold at the China Jinping Underground Laboratory“, Chinese Physics C 42(2), 23002 (2018).
  • 14 M. K. Singh et al., “Characterization of the sub-keV Germanium Detector“, Indian J. Phys., 92(3), 401 (2018).
  • 15 M. K. Singh et al., “Status of Dark Matter Search“, Journal of Scientific Research, BHU, Varanasi, 62 171 (2018).
  • 16 M. K. Singh et al., “Design and Performance of a Hybrid Fast and Thermal Neutron Detector“, NIM A 868, 109 (2017).
  • 17 M. K. Singh et al., “Background rejection of TEXONO Experiment to Explore the sub-keV energy region with HPGe Detector“, Indian J. Phys., 91(10), 1277 (2017).
  • 18 S.K. Liu et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Constraints on Axion couplings from the CDEX-1 experiment at the China Jinping Underground Laboratory“, Phys. Rev. D 95, 052006 (2017).
  • 19 Li Wang et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “First result on 76Ge neutrinoless double beta decay from CDEX-1 experiment“, SCIENCE CHINA Physics, Mechanical & Astronomy, 60(7) 071011 (2017).
  • 20 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Neutrino Physics with Nuclear Power Reactor“, Journal of Scientific Research, BHU, Varanasi, 61 141 (2017).
  • 21 A.K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Characterization and Performance of Germanium Detectors with sub-keV Sensitivities for Neutrino and Dark Matter Experiments“, NIM A 836, 67 (2016).
  • 22 W. Zhao et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Search of low-mass WIMPs with a p-type point contact germanium detector in the CDEX-1 experiment“, Phys. Rev. D 93, 092003, (2016).
  • 23 SU Jian et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Study of the material photon and electron background and the liquid argon detector veto efficiency of the CDEX-10 experiment“, Chinese Physics C, 39(3), 036001(2015).
  • 24 H.B. Li et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Differentiation of Bulk and Surface Events in p-type Point-Contact Germanium Detectors for Light WIMP Searches“, Astroparticle Physics, 56, 1 (2014).
  • 25 Q. Yue et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Limits on light weakly interacting massive particles from the CDEX-1 experiment with a p-type point-contact germanium detector at the China Jinping Underground Laboratory“, Phys. Rev. D 90, 091701(R), (2014).
  • 26 S. K. Liu et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Limits on light WIMPs with a germanium detector at 177 eVee threshold at the China Jinping Underground Laboratory“, Phys. Rev. D 90, 032003 (2014).
  • 27 K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Neutrino and dark matter physics with sub-keV germanium detectors“, Pramana J. Phys., 83(5) 829 (2014).
  • 28 M. K. Singh et al., “Multiplicity distributions of shower particles and target fragments in 84Kr36-Emulsion interactions at 1 GeV per nucleon“, Indian J. Phys., 88(3), 323 (2014).
  • 29 M. K. Singh et al., “Target Dependence of Clan Model Parameter in 84Kr36-Emulsion Interactions at 1 GeV per nucleon“, Pramana J. Phys., 83(3), 377 (2014).
  • 30 H.B. Li et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Limits on Spin-Independent Couplings of WIMP Dark Matter with a p-Type Point-Contact Germanium Detector“, Phys. Rev. Lett., 110, 261301 (2013).
  • 31 W. Zhao et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “First results on low-mass WIMPs from the CDEX-1 experiment at the China Jinping underground laboratory“, Phys. Rev. D 88, 052004, (2013).
  • 32 Ke-Jun Kang et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Introduction to the CDEX experiment“, Front. Phys., 8(4), 412, (2013).
  • 33 Ke-Jun Kang et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “ CDEX-1 1 kg point-contact germanium detector for low mass dark matter searches“, Chinese Physics C, 37(12), 126002, (2013).
  • 34 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Prospects of Dark Matter Direct Search under Deep Sea Water in India, Journal of Nuclear Physics“, Material Sciences, Radiation and Applications, 1(1), 37, (2013).
  • 35 M. K. Singh et al., “Emission Characteristics of the Projectile Fragments at Relativistic Energy“, Indian J. Phys., 87(1), 59 (2013).
  • 36 N. S. Chauhan, M. K. Singh et al., “Characteristics of Compound Multiplicity in 84Kr36 with various light and heavy tar-gets at 1 GeV per nucleon“, Indian J. Phys., 87(12), 1263 (2013).
  • 37 P. K. Khandai et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Study of suitable position of Gas Chamber Detectors Inlet and Outlet for uniform gas distribution in minimum time period“, Research Journal in Engineering and Applied Sciences, 1(2) 91 (2012).
  • 38 A.K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), “Low-energy neutrino and dark matter physics with sub-keV germanium detectors“, Pramana J. Phys., 79(5) (2012).
  • 39 M. K. Singh et al., “Two source emission behavior of Projectile fragments alpha in 84Kr36 interactions at around 1GeV per nucleon“, Indian J. Phys., 85(10), 1523 (2011).
  • 40 M. K. Singh et al., “Two Source Emission Behavior of Helium Projectile Fragments in 84Kr36 Interactions at around 1 GeV per nucleon“, Physics International, 1(2), 109 (2010).
  • 41 M. K. Singh et al., “Characteristics of alpha projectile fragments emission in interactions of nuclei with emulsion“, Indian J. Phys., 84 (9), 1257 (2010).

Chapter in Book of Referred Journal

  • 1 M. K. Singh and H. T. Wong, P-Type Point Contact Germanium Detector for Dark Matter Search, Chapter 68, Springer Proceedings in Physics, 174, 447 (2016).

Conferences

  • 1 M. K. Singh et al., “Identification of bulk and surface events in p-type point contact germanium detectors”, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., Accepted (In Press) (2019).
  • 2 M. K. Singh et al., “Study of the intermediate mass fragments produced in 84Kr emulsion interactions at 1 GeV per nucleon”, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., Accepted (In Press) (2019).
  • 3 U. Singh, M. K. Singh et al., “Projectile fragmentation characteristics in peripheral collision at relativistic energy”, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., Accepted (In Press) (2019).
  • 4 M. K. Singh et al., Measurement of Neutron Background with Hybrid Neutron Detec-tor at Kuo-Sheng Reactor Neutrino Laboratory, International Journal of Contemporary Research in Engineering and technology, Accepted (In Press) (2019).
  • 5 M. K. Singh et al., Role of sub-keV Germanium Detector in the Search of Rare Physics Events: Neutrino and Dark Matter, International Journal of Contemporary Research in Engineering and technology, Accepted (In Press) (2019).
  • 6 S. Kumar, M. K. Singh et al., “Characteristics of the charged particle production in interaction of 84Kr36 with nuclear emulsion detector at relativistic energy”, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., Accepted (In Press) (2019).
  • 7 M. K. Singh et al., Fast Neutron and Gamma event Identification in Hybrid Neutron detector, International Journal of Contemporary Research in Engineering and technology, 9(1), 55 (2019).
  • 8 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Physics beyond Standard Model and the sub-keV Germanium detectors, International Journal of Contemporary Research in Engineering and technology, 9(1), 11 (2019).
  • 9 M. K. Singh et al., Characterization and Performance of the Sub-keV Germanium Detector, International Journal of Contemporary Research in Engineering and technology, 8(2), 60 (2018).
  • 10 M. K. Singh et al., Emission Characteristics of the Projectile, International Journal of Contemporary Research in Engineering and technology, 8(2), 89 (2018).
  • 11 M. K. Singh et al., Neutron Background Measurements at Kuo-Sheng Reactor Neutrino Laboratory with Hybrid Neutron Detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 63, 1038 (2018).
  • 12 M. K. Singh et al., Dead layer thickness measurement in p-type point contact Germanium detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 63, 1036 (2018).
  • 13 M. K. Singh et al., Intensity variation of X-ray peaks in nGe detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 63, 1040 (2018).
  • 14 M. K. Singh et al., Unfolding and.. Reconstruction of Neutron Spectra using Hybrid Neutron Detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 63, 1042 (2018).
  • 15 M. K. Singh et al., Light output functions and gamma-ray response of hybrid neutron detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 63, 1052 (2018).
  • 16 M. K. Singh et al., The Study of Compound Multiplicity for 84Kr36 with Emulsion Detector at Relativistic High Energy, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 63, 946 (2018).
  • 17 M. K. Singh et al., Characterization of the Point Contact Germanium Detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 62, 1026 (2017).
  • 18 M. K. Singh et al., Performance of a Hybrid Fast and Thermal Neutron Detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 62, 1028 (2017).
  • 19 M. K. Singh et al., Study of neutrino properties at TEXONO, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 61, 914 (2016).
  • 20 M. K. Singh et al., Characterization of the BC501A Neutron Detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 61, 988 (2016).
  • 21 M. K. Singh et al., Neutrino and Dark Matter Experiments with Sub-keV Germanium Detectors, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 60, 904 (2015).
  • 22 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Energy Calibration and Measurement using Signal Amplitude for various Germanium detectors, DAE Symp. On Nucl., Phys. 60, 846 (2015).
  • 23 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Need of Internal Amplification and Germanium Detector for Investigation of Rare Physics Processes, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 60, 1004 (2015).
  • 24 M. K. Singh et al., Sub-keV Germanium Detectors for Neutrino and Dark Matter Experiments, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 59, 826 (2014).
  • 25 M. K. Singh et al., Extended Glauber Model and Nuclear Fragmentation Characteristics of 84Kr36 Projectile, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 59, 700 (2014).
  • 26 M. K. Singh et al., Characteristics of Multiplicity Distributions of Shower Particles and Target Fragments with 84Kr36-Emulsion at Relativistic Energy, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 58, 686 (2013).
  • 27 Ramji Pathak, M. K. Singh et al., Characteristics of Target Dependence of Clan Model Parameter in 84Kr36-Emulsion Interactions at Relativistic Energy, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 58, 688 (2013).
  • 28 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Prospects of dark matter direct search under deep sea water in India, AIP Conf. Proc., 1524, 216, (2013).
  • 29 M. K. Singh et al., Charge spectra of projectile fragmentation at relativistic energy, AIP Conf. Proc., 1524, 256 (2013).
  • 30 A. K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), China Jin-Ping Deep Underground Laboratory: Status and Plan, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 57, 640 (2012).
  • 31 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Extracting Physics from P+ PCGe Detector near Noise Edge, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 57, 866 (2012).
  • 32 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Prospects of Dark-Matter Search with PCGe under deepwater, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 57, 642 (2012).
  • 33 M. K. Singh et al., Energy Dependence Study of Projectile Fragmentation of 84Kr36-Emulsion Interactions, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 57, 1008 (2012).
  • 34 Ramji Pathak, M. K. Singh et al., Study of Projectile Fragments Charge Distribution at Relativistic Energy, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 57, 856 (2012).
  • 35 M. K. Singh et al., Study of decay probability of heavy projectile fragments in 84Kr36 interactions at 1 GeV per nucleon, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 56, 938 (2011).
  • 36 A. K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Experimental studies on low mass WIMPS with the modified electrode structure, ultra-low energy HPGe detectors, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 56, 710 (2011).
  • 37 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Measurement of e - e scattering cross section with CsI(Tl) detector array and the Be-yond Standard Model constraints, AIP Conf. Proc., 1405, 331 (2011).
  • 38 K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Low Energy Neutrino and Dark Matter Physics with sub-keV Germanium detector, AIP Conf. Proc., 1382, 259 (2011).
  • 39 M. K. Singh et al., Multiplicity characteristics of target fragments at relativistic energy, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 55, 606 (2010).
  • 40 L. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Low energy neutrino and astroparticle physics with sub-keV germanium detector, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 55, 448 (2010).
  • 41 A. K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Studies on ve-e scattering towards constraints on non-standard neutrino interactions and unparticle physics, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 55, 450 (2010).
  • 42 M. K. Singh et al., Two source emission behavior of alpha fragments of projectile having energy around 1GeV per nucleon, XVI Int. Symp. on Very High Energy Cosmic Ray Interactions (ISVHECRI) 16, 1 (2010).
  • 43 M. K. Singh et al., Transverse momentum distributions of relativistic charged frag-ments in heavy ion collisions, Int. Symp. on Nucl. Phys. (ISNP), 54, 544 (2009).
  • 44 Ramji Pathak, M. K. Singh et al., Charged E ect on projectile fragments dispersion for different colliding systems, Int. Symp. on Nucl. Phys. (ISNP), 54, 554 (2009).
  • 45 A. K. Soma et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Ultra Low Energy-Ultra Low Background High Purity Germanium Detectors for Studies on Dark Matter, Int. Symp. on Nucl. Phys. (ISNP), 54, 618 (2009).
  • 46 V. Singh et al., (Including M. K. Singh), Neutrino-Electron Scattering Cross-section Measurement with CSI(TI) Crystal array at the KS Nuclear Power Reactor, Int. Symp. on Nucl. phys. (ISNP), 54, 616 (2009).
  • 47 M. K. Singh et al., Photographic Nuclear Emulsion Detector: Past, Present and Future, J. PAS (Physical Science) 15, 166 (2009).
  • 48 M. K. Singh et al., Projectile and Target fragments Correlation in Nuclear emulsion, DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., 53, 467 (2008).
  • 49 M. K. Singh et al., Multiplicity Distributions of Projectile Fragmentation in Inter-action of Nuclei with Emulsion at around 1 A GeV, DAE-BRNS High Energy Phys. Symp., 18, 386 (2008).

International & National School Attended

  • 1 A Workshop on Neutrino Physics: Theory and Experiment Nuclear and Particle Physics, Banaras Hindu University Varanasi, India (2019).
  • 2 NCTS School on Atomic Theory for Low-Energy Detector Responses, National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan (2016).
  • 3 PSROC Annual Meeting NTHU, Taiwan (2015).
  • 4 17th Taiwan Nuclear Physics Summer School, IOP, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, (2014).
  • 5 Winter school on Accelerator, Nuclear and particle Physics, B.H.U. Varanasi, India (2014).
  • 6 25th Spring School on Particles and Fields, NTU, Taipei, Taiwan (2012).
  • 7 Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High Energy Physics, Physics Department, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan (2012).
  • 8 CERN Summer Internship program, Physics Department, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland (2011).
  • 9 International Workshop on Neutrino Physics, Dark Matter and Gamma Rays National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan (2011).
  • 10 24th Spring School on Particles and Fields NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan (2011).
  • 11 23th Spring School on Particles and Fields NCKU, Tainan, Taiwan (2010).
  • 12 VII SERC School on Experimental HEP Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India (2009).
  • 13 School cum workshop on Nuclear Yrast and Near Yrast States IIT Roorkee, India (2009).
  • 14 Workshop on Radiation matter interaction under extreme conditions, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India (2008).
  • 15 Summer School of Computing, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India (2008).

Oral / Invited Talk

  • 1 Study of Low Energy Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter Candidate Searches with sub-keV Ge Detectors, ICGCAMP-19, India (2019).
  • 2 Characterization of a Hybrid Fast and Thermal Neutron Detector, International Conference on High Energy Radiation and Applications (ICHERA), the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, India (2017).
  • 3 Current Status of TEXONO/CDEX Experiment to Explore the sub-keV Energy with Germanium Detectors, 10th One Day Conference in Physics, BHU, India (2017).
  • 4 Low Energy Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter Searches with sub-keV Germanium Detectors, 11th Identification of Dark Matter conference (IDM2016), University of Sheffield, United Kingdom (UK) (2016).
  • 5 Neutrino and Dark Matter Experiments with Sub-keV Germanium Detectors, 60th DAE Symp. On Nucl. Phys., India (2015).
  • 6 Light WIMP Searches with sub-keV Germanium Detectors, PSROC Annual Meeting 2015, NTHU, Taipei, Taiwan (2015).
  • 7 P Type Point Contact Germanium Detector for Dark Matter Search, DAE-BRNS HEP Symposium, IITG, Assam, India (2014).
  • 8 Study of Projectile Fragmentation Characteristics, Institute of Physics Academia Sinica Taipei, Taiwan (2011).
  • 9 Study of Particle Physics, T. D. P. G. College Jaunpur India (2011).

Mentoring Students

  • 1 2018: Mentored M.Sc. student for their M.Sc. dissertation, Department of Physics, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
  • 2 2017: Mentored M.Sc. student for their M.Sc. dissertation, Department of Physics, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
  • 3 2016: Mentored summer students, Detector Characterization, Calibration schemes for Germanium Detectors, Data analysis for rare events search, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 4 2015: Mentored summer students, Data analysis for rare events search, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 5 2014: Mentored summer students, Different Detector Characterization and Physics Data Analysis, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 6 2013: Mentored summer students, Detector Characterization, DAQ Operation and Physics Data Analysis, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 7 2012: Mentored summer students, DAQ Operation as well as different Detector Characterization, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 8 2011: Mentored summer students, DAQ Operation as well as different Detector Characterization, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 9 2010: Mentored summer students, Calibration schemes for Germanium Detectors, Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.

Research Interest

  • Experimental Low Energy Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter Searches.
  • Research and Development of : Ge- detector, NaI(Tl) detector, Neutron detector, Plastic Scintillator detector, Nuclear Emulsion detector etc.

Teaching Experience

  • UG Theory and Lab Classes from 02 March to onward (4 months onward), Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Sciences and Humanities, G.L.A. University, Mathura, India.
  • UG Theory and Lab Classes from 01 January 2017 to 28 February 2019 (2 years and 2 months), Department of Physics, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.

Research Experience

  • Assistant Professor (Research) from March 02, 2019 onwards (9 months onward), Department of Physics, Institute of Applied Sciences & Humanities, G. L. A. University, Mathura, India.
  • Dr. D. S. Kothari Post-Doctoral Fellow from December 07, 2016 to 28 February 2019 (2 years and 3 months),  Department of Physics, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.
  • Post-Doctoral Fellow Taiwan from June 1, 2014 - December 04, 2016, (2 years and 6 months), Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Visiting Expert Scientist from August 1, 2013 - May 31, 2014, (10 months), Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Visiting Research Scholar from September 1, 2012 - July 31, 2013, (1 year), Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Visiting Research Scholar from September 1, 2011 - July 31, (1 year), 2012 Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Visiting Research Scholar from January 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011 (1 year and 6 months), Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Research Assistant from November 1, 2007 - December 31, 2009, (2 year and 2 months), Physics Department, Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India.

Research Student Supervising

  • Dr. Neha Bhatnagar (Post-Doctoral Fellow)
  • Mr. Uday Singh (Ph.D. Research Scholar)
  • Mr. Sanjay Kumar (Ph.D. Research Scholar)

Course Developed

  • Make the Ph.D. course work in Advance Nuclear Physics (GLA University, Mathura, India)

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

  • MoU signed between GLA University, Mathura, India and Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taipei Taiwan, to initiating new research programs and exchange scheme of research scholars.
  • MoU signed between GLA University, Mathura, India and Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, to initiating new research programs and exchange scheme of research scholars.
  • MoU signed between GLA University, Mathura, India and Central University of South Bihar, India, to initiating new research programs and exchange scheme of research scholars.