About Bipul Deka
I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biophysics & Advanced Level Institutional Biotech Hub, Pub-Kamrup College, Assam, India. I have obtained PhD degree in Physics from Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India in 2018 under the supervision of Prof. Seenipandian Ravi and Prof. Alagarsami Perumal. My thesis work was focused on the understanding of dielectric and the magnetic properties in Fe- and Ti- based perovskite oxides for the applications as single phase multiferroic material. I was able to explore the interesting exchange bias, spin re-orientation phenomena and magnetodielectric coupling in YFeO3 by substituting Mn in Fe site .Iwas alsosuccessful to induce ferromagnetism in otherwise diamagnetic Ti-based perovskite oxides by substituting Ti by Fe. I have published part of my research works in peer-reviewed journal like Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Ceramics International, Physica B, Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism etc.
During the course of graduate studies, I have handled some sophisticated instruments like X-ray diffractometer (Rigaku, TTRAX III), Vibrating sample magnetometer, LCR meter, ESR spectrometer, UV-VIS-IR spectrometer and assembled furnace that works for high temperatures. I have the expertise in refinement of XRD patterns by Rietveld refinement technique using FULLPROF software. Moreover, I have extensively used CNLS program, several software like ZSimpWin, EIS Analyzer to study the dielectric dispersion.
|September 2017 - Present||Assistant Professor (by Reserach), Pub Kamrup College, Assam, India ‐ Department of Biophysics|
Magnetism, Exchange bias, Multiferroics, Electrical Properties and Dielectric Spectroscopy of Biological Systems, Membrane-ion interaction
Honors and Awards
- GATE in Physics (2011)
- SET 2015
- Dr. H. C. Bhuyan Gold Medal for securing highest mark in Physics (honours) at the Final B.Sc. Examination of Gauahti University in 2009.
|2011 - Present||PhD, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati ‐ Department of Physics|
|2008 - 2010||M. Sc., Gauhati University ‐ Department of Physics|
|2005 - 2008||B.Sc., Pub Kamrup College ‐ Department of Physics|
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Recent Works (5)
Evolution of structural transition, grain growth inhibition and collinear antiferromagnetism ...
Ceramics International (2017)
Structural phase transition from rhombohedral (space group: R3c) to orthorhombic (space group: Pnma) cell is observed in Bi1-xSmxFeO3 (x = 0 – 0.3) compounds. The ...