Department of Physics

Recent M.Sc. Theses

Fall 2021

  • Suman Gautam "Study of physical and optical properties of Pr3+ ions doped in lead boro - germanate glasses." April 29, 2021 (thesis adviser: Prof. Mallur)

Fall 2017

  • Suman Rijal "Effect of Host Glass and Nanoparticles on the Optical Properties of Rare Earth Ions in Lead/Bismuth Telluroborate Glasses." June 9, 2017 (thesis adviser: Prof. Mallur)

Fall 2016

  • Hio Giap "Optical properties of Dy doped lead and bismuth borate glasses - effect of glass composition, metal and semiconducting nanoparticles. " May 4th, 2016.(thesis adviser: Prof. P. K. Babu)

Fall 2015

  • William Heidorn "Effects of varying base glass composition on the optical properties of lead borate glasses doped with rare earth ions." May 6th, 2015.(thesis adviser: Prof. P. K. Babu)
  • Stewart Ferrell "Effects of metal and semiconducting nanoparticles on the fluorescence and optical band gap of Dy3+ doped lead and bismuth borate glasses." June 10th, 2015.(thesis adviser: Prof. P. K. Babu)

Fall 2014

  • Stephen Fatokun "Effect of ZnSe and CdSe nanoparticles on the fluorescence and optical band gap of Sm3+ doped lead borate glasses." April 30th, 2014.(thesis adviser: Prof. P. K. Babu)

Fall 2013

  • Adetola Quadri, "Optical Pulse Propagation: Macroscopic and Microscopic" (thesis adviser: Prof. Kishor Kapale)
  • Olowatobi Olorunsola, "Understanding Conoscopic Interference Patterns in Anisotropic Crystals" (thesis adviser: Prof. Pengqian Wang)

Spring 2013

  • Akinloluwa Olumoroti, "Effect of Silver Nanoparticles on the Fluorescence of Pb2+ and Compositional Dependence of Sm3+ Fluorescence in Borate Glasses" (thesis adviser: Prof. P. K. Babu)

Spring 2011

  • Jacob Brown, " Orbital Angular Momentum of Light in the Radio Range of the Electromagnetic Spectrum" (thesis adviser: Prof. Kishor Kapale)

2008

  • Thomas James Topel, "2SC Color Superconductivity in a Magnetic Field " (thesis adviser: Prof. Vivian Incera)
  • Xinyang Wang, "The Role of Weak Processes in Stellar Quark Matter" (thesis adviser: Prof. Igor Shovkovy)