Mr. SAGAR AMBAVALE

Faculty Details


  • Designation : Assistant Professor
  • Qualification : PhD in Physics
  • Experience : 11 Years
  • Area Of Interest : Computational Nanoscience

Educational Qualification

Ph.D. in Physics

Work Experience

Nil

Skill and Knowledge

Critical Thinking

Pedagogy Teaching 

Course Taught

1.Engineering Physics in semester 1

2.Engineering Physics in semester 2

3. Engineering Economics and Management third semester

Short Term Training Details

Sr. No.

Training Title

No. of Week

Duration

Organized By

1

Faculty Development Program in “Electronic Devices and Pedagogy Overview”

1

13-17 November, 2013

IEEE and IITGN

2

Karmayogi Residential Training for Quality Improvement Program in Technical Education

3 Days

12-14 December, 2013

Commissionerate of Technical Education

3

Workshop on “The Art of Compact Modelling”

2

12-21 May,2014

IITGN

4

Induction Training Program Phase-I

2

23rd June, 2014 to

04th  July, 2014

NITTTR, Bhopal

5

SERB School on “Density Functional Theory and Beyond: Computational Materials Science and Materials Design”

3

24th November, 2014 to 13th December, 2014

Department of Physics, The M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara

6

Induction Training Program Phase-II

2

06 - 17 July, 2015

(2 Weeks)

NITTTR, Bhopal

7

STTP on “Engineering Physics”

2

8- 18 December, 2015

(2 Weeks)

Nirma University, Ahmedabad

Portfolios

Administrative Officer

Research Projects

Nil

Papers/Book Publication (As per IEEE Standard)

(1) Asharf S.S.Z., Ambavale S.K., Tripathi P. and Sharma A.C: Proc. Sol. Stat. Phys.  Symp 52C, 825 (2007); Dynamically screened electron-acoustic phonon scattering in disordered semiconductors quantum wells.

(2) S.K. Ambavale, P. Dhuvad and A.C. Sharma: Proc. Sol. Stat. Phys. Symp 53, 969 (2008); Ab-initio Calculation of Transmission Coefficient of Carbon Silicon Atomic Chain.

(3) S.K. Ambavale and A.C. Sharma, J. Comp. & Theo. Nanoscience Vol.6, 1549–1555, (2009);  Ab-initio calculation on synthesis and transmission co-efficient for atomic chains consisting of C and Si atoms.

(4) S.K. Ambavale and A.C. Sharma: Proc. Sol. Stat. Phys. Symp 54, 831 (2009);Ab-initio Calculation on Ballistic transport of zigzag and armchair geometries of S-6C-4H-S structures.

(5) S.K. Ambavale and A.C. Sharma, PhysicaE 42, 2026–2032 (2010); First principle conductance calculation of Zigzag, Armchair and Mixed chains of SC6H4S molecule.(Impact Factor: 1.532)

(6) S.K. Ambavale and A.C. Sharma, AIP Conf. Proc. 1349, 931 (2011); doi: 10.1063/1.3606163 ISBN: 978-0-7354-0905-7: Comparative Study on Effects of Armchair and Zigzag Graphene Electrodes on Ballistic Transport through C Atomic Chain.

(7) S.K. Ambavale and A.C. Sharma, Phys. Status Solidi B 249, No. 1, 107–112 (2012) / DOI 10.1002/pssb.201147397: Ab-initio Investigations on Ballistic transport through Carbon atomic chains attached to Armchair and Zigzag Edged Graphene Electrodes.

(Impact Factor: 1.316)

(8) A chapter titled “Ballistic transport through atomic chains” in the book “Simulation and Characterization of the Advanced Materials”, 2012: 1-11 ISBN: 978-81-7895-570-4 Editor: Sudhir Kumar, Publisher: Transworld Research Network, Kerala, India.

(9)Digish K Patel, A. C Sharma, S. S. Z. Ashraf, S K Ambavale, AIP Conf. Proc. 1665, 050031 (2015); http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4917672 ISBN: 978-0-7354-1310-8: Temperature Effect On Plasmons In Bilayer Graphene.


(10) Digish K. Patel, Sagar K. Ambavale, Ketan Prajapati and A. C. Sharma, Role of Barrier Layer on Dielectric Function of Graphene Double Layer System at Finite Temperature  AIP Conference Proceedings 1728, 020618 (2016); doi: 10.1063/1.4946669

View online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4946669 ISBN: 978-0-7354-1375-7


Academic Projects

Nil

Patent Field

Nil

Professional Institution Membership

Nil

Expert Lectures

Nil

Awards

Nil