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Research Facilities

At Shiv Nadar University Research Excellence is achieved and cultivated through pedagogical training, perseverance and extraordinary research. Pushing the boundaries of research, the University houses state-of-the-art cutting edge research infrastructure and facilities.

  • Low Temperature Measurement Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    The Low-temperature laboratory consists of a closed cycle cryocooler (with an electromagnet) from Advanced Research Systems, Inc. The closed cycle cryocooler is a...

  • Optical Microscopy Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    The structure of a material at micron scale is related to optical, electrical, mechanical, chemical and thermal properties. Optical microscopy, an important...

  • X-ray Diffraction Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    XRD laboratory X-ray machine is essential to characterize the structure of materials, primarily the crystalline structure. In the x-ray diffraction laboratory, both...

  • Functional Oxide Materials Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    Nanotechnology deals with the precise control and manipulation of atoms and molecules to create novel materials and device structures with unique properties. The...

  • Dielectric Materials Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    Dielectrics are the attractive class of materials which find enormous applications in our daily life. Starting from the electric circuit breaker to more advanced...

  • Nanocarbon and Sensor Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    In this laboratory, varieties of nanostructured materials (such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, metal oxide nanoparticles) using chemical vapor deposition, chemical...

  • Semiconductor Physics Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    How do electrons behave in semiconductor materials? What are the physical mechanisms governing electricity-to-light OR light-to-electricity conversion in semiconductor-...

  • HF Processing Laboratory

    Department of Physics

    Being an extremely corrosive, hydrofluoric (HF) acid requires special attention in semiconductor industries as it is commonly used for cleaning Si surfaces via...

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