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    Punjab Technical University

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    Dr. Hitesh Sharma, presently, Assistant Professor of Physics, in Department of Physics, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, Punjab, India is a young researchers working in the field Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics and Nanoscience. After graduating in Science from Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, Hitesh Sharma completed his Masters in Physics and Ph.D. from Panjab University, Chandigarh. He has experience of 7 years of teaching pure and applied Physics to graduate and post graduate students. He has written over 30 research paper on stain field due to point defects in transition metal alloys, functionalized fullerenes, doped atomic clusters, hydrogen storage materials and dilute magnetic alloys in refereed journals. He has presented research work in more than 35 National/International conference/ seminar /workshops in india and abroad. He has participated as invited speaker in National seminars and conferences on quantum simulation methods in nanoscience. He has supervised 3 M.Phil, and 1 Ph.D. dissertations in last five years. Dr. Sharma is also actively working in various collaborative research projects. His many students have joined research programmes in leading national and international educational canters. Dr. Hitesh Sharma is an original thinker and has practical bias to applied research work. Dr. Sharma’s current research interests involve search for novel nanoenergetic and spintronic materials. His present research interest also includes the strengthening of e-learning in professional courses in Punjab Technical University.


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