Prof. Y. N. Tiwari
B.Sc. Physics (Hons), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Patna University)
Professional Qualification: LL.B. (Patna University)
Area of Interest/Specialization:
- Radio Physics and Electronics (M.Sc. special paper)
- Theoretical Physics
- [Atomic, Molecular, Laser and Optical Physics, Ion-atom collisions, Atom-Atom collisions, positron-atom collisions, electron –atom collisions etc.]
Quantum Mechanics, Full course Taught (Atomic and Molecular Physics, Electrodynamics, Computational Technique and Numerical methods and Nuclear Physics)
- National merit Scholarship from Bihar Board of School Examination in matric examination.
- UGC Junior Fellowship during Ph.D. work.
- Associate Editor, Indian Journal of Energy
Ph.D. awarded : 1 (one)
- Head of the Department of Physics
(3rd February, 2014-3rd February, 2017)
- Chairman Board of Studies (Physics)
Membership of Professional Bodies/Societies etc.
- Life member of Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS), Kolkata
- Life member of Indian Society of Atomic and Molecular physics, PRL Ahmedabad
- Life member of Indian Association of physics teachers, Kanpur
- Life member of. Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi
Some important papers:
- Electron Capture Cross-section in H+K (4s) Collisions. Indian Journal of physics B63(B) pp 184,1989
- Differential and total cross-section for the process H+ + Na(3s) -> H(1S) + Na+, Indian Journal of Pure &Applied physics. vol. 28. pp 721,1990
- Formation of H-atom in 2s excited state of proton-lithium and proton-sodium scattering, Pramana, Vol.70,753,2008 (14 Citations)
- Effect of mass and electron exchange in H-H scattering, Euro Physics Letter (EPL),83,43002,2008, (2 Citations)
- Electron Capture Cross-sections in D+ + H(1s) -> D(1s) + H collisions, Journal of Applied Physics Vol.1,39,2012
||Essentials Formulas, Integrals and Transforms for Physicists
||Y. N. Tiwari
||New Central Book Agency (P) Limited, 2011
Paper presented in Conferences:
Several papers have been presented in National and International conferences.