Dr. Chandana Rath
Assistant Professor (Senior Scale)
Tel & Fax: +(91)-542-236 8707 (Off.); 09451058153 (Mob)
Dr. (Mrs.) Chandana Rath is an Assistant Professor in the School of Materials Science and Technology. She has done her MSc, MPhil and PhD in Physics from Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. She was a post doctoral fellow in Department of Physics, University of Girona, Spain for 2 years. She joined School of Materials Science and Technology in October 2004.
Nano magnetics, Doped semiconductors, magnetic insulators, nanomaterials, Ion Irradiation
1. Magnetic Properties of nanoparticles of Cobalt Chromite
Chandana Rath, P. Mohanty and A. Banerjee
J. Magn. Magn. Mater 323 (2011) 1698-1702.
2. Antiferro to superparamagnetic transition on Mn doping in NiO
P. Mallick, Chandana Rath, A. Banerjee and N. C. Mishra
3. Grain growth and crack formation in NiO thin films by swift heavy ion irradiation,
P. Mallick, R. Biswal, Chandana Rath, D.C. Agarwal, D.K. Avasthi, D. Kanjilal, P.V. Satyam and N.C. Mishra
Nuclear Instrumentation and Methods B 268 (2010) 470-475.
4. Appearance of Superparamagnetic Phase below Curie Temperature in Cobalt Chromite Nanoparticles
Lawerence Kumar, P. Mohanty, T. Shripathi and Chandana Rath
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Letters 1 (2009) 199-203.
5. Anomalous x-ray diffraction peak broadening and lattice strains in Zn1-xCoxO dilute magnetic semiconductor
Chandana Rath, P. Mallick, Dhananjai Pandey, D. Sa, A. Banerjee and N.C. Mishra
J. Phys. Condense Matter 21 (2009) 075801-075805
6. Oxygen vacancy induced structural phase transformation in TiO2 nanoparticles
Chandana Rath, P. Mohanty, A. C. Pandey and N.C. Mishra
J. Physics D: Applied Physics 42 (2009) 205101-205107.
7. Si3N4 single-crystal nanowires grown from silicon micro and nanoparticles near the threshold of passive oxidation.
J. Farjas, Chandana Rath, A. Pinyol, P. Roura and E. Bertran
Applied Physics Letter 87 (2005), 192111
8. Calorimetry of dehydrogenation and dangling-bond recombination in several hydrogenated amorphous silicon materials.
P. Roura, J. Farjas, Chandana Rath, J. Serra-Miralles, E. Bertrana and P.Roca i Cabarrocas,
Physics Review B 73 (2006) 085203.
9. Appearance of superparamagnetism on heating nanosize Mn0.65Zn0.35Fe2O4 Chandana Rath, N.C. Mishra, S. Anand, R.P. Das, K.K. Sahu, Chandan Upadhyay and H. C. Verma
Appl. Phys. Letter 76(4) (2000) 475-477.
10. Microstructure dependent coercivity in monodispersed hematite particles
Chandana Rath, K.K. Sahu, S.D. Kulkarni, S. Anand, S.K. Date and R.P. Das, N.C. Mishra,
Appl. Phys. Letter 75 (1999) 4171-4173.
Patents: An improved process for preparation of Mn-Zn Ferrites.
C. Rath, K.K.
Honors & Awards:
Young Research Award -1998 (Material Science) in International Union of Materials Research Society IUMRS-ICA (
1. Size dependent electric, magnetic and magnetoelectric coupling behaviour in Chromite Spinels : Department of Science and Technology 2011
Evolution of Magnetism with Oxygen
Deficiency in Cobalt Doped TiO2 Diluted Magnetic
Consortium for Scientific Research,
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