Kashamata Muktavat

Kashamata MuktavatAssociate Professor

Professional Qualifications

  • B.Sc
  • M Ac Nuclear Physics
  • PhD: Atomic and Molecular Collision Physics

Teaching Experience

11 yearsof teaching experience with research on spectroscopic studies of rare earth ion doped tellurite glasses for optoelectronic devices.

Subject of Interest

Engineering Physics, Laser Systems and Applications, Quantum Mechanics, Solid State Physics

Academic Achievements

  • Research Excellence Award by Delhi Technological University in 2019
  • Publications in International/National Journals and Conferences
In International Journals
  • Spectroscopic properties of deep red emitting Tm3+ doped ZnPbWTe glasses for optoelectronic and laser applications, Ritu Sharma , Aman Prasad , Sumandeep Kaur , Nisha Deopa , Rekha Rani , M. Venkateswarlu , A.S. Rao, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Volume 516, Year 2019, Pages 82-88
  • Spectroscopic study of Pr3+ ions doped Zinc Lead Tungsten Tellurite glasses for visible photonic device applications, Ritu Sharma , A.S. Rao , Nisha Deopa , M. Venkateswarlu , M. Jayasimhadri , D. Haranath , G. Vijaya Prakash, Optical Materials, Volume 78 , Year 2018, Pages 457-464
  • Photoluminescence investigations on Dy3+ ions doped Zinc Lead Tungsten Tellurite glasses for optoelectronic devices, Ritu Sharma and A.S. Rao, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, Volume 495, Year 2018, Pages 85-94
  • Photoluminescence study of Sm3+ doped Zinc Lead Tungsten Tellurite glasses for reddish-orange photonic device applications, Ritu Sharma and A.S. Rao, Optical Materials, Volume 84, Year 2018, Pages 375-382
In Conferences
  • "Photoluminescence characterization of Zinc lead tungsten tellurite glasses doped with Pr3+ ions for visible red lasing applications", Ritu Sharma, Amit Viswakarma, M.Venkateswarlu, A.S. Rao, M. Jayasimhadri, presented at National conference on luminescence and its applications (NCLA2016), Organised by RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur , February 18 -20, 2016

Area of Interest

Synthesis and characterization of rare earth doped glasses