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Graduate Research

A combination of pedagogy in the classroom with mentored research supervision along with freedom and encouragement to work on diverse and eclectic areas of research, has allowed research students to fruitfully engage with their individual research interests as well as place themselves in a wider network of knowledge creation.

The University provides a dynamic, discovery-driven intellectual environment that attracts exceptional postgraduate students and trains them for leadership positions in academia, industry, government, research laboratories, and non-profit organizations. Besides, a combination of outstanding faculty; state-of-the-art infrastructure; and a culture of rigorous and open inquiry as the foundation of graduate education, the University has invested a significant amount of funds to build state-of-the-art laboratory facilities to train research scholars and enable them to work on problems of current relevance.

Graduate Research Projects

Degradation Behavior of Microwave Derived High Entropy Alloy Coatings for Marine Applications

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Tribo-corrosion is an issue of concern for marine and other fluid machinery. Durability and performance of marine... read more

October School 2017

Department of Art & Performing Art
The October school was conducted as part of the network initiated by the IFCAR Institute for Contemporary Art Research... read more

Performance by students of the Shiv Nadar University at the Students' Biennale, Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016

Department of Art & Performing Art
One of the 15 curators of Students' Biennale, Adwait Singh invited the Master of Fine Art (MFA) students of the... read more

Completed Doctoral Thesis

Numerical and Experimental Study on Performance Enhancement of Savonius and Bio-Inspired Darrieus Type Vertical Axis Wind Turbines

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Wind is one of the most abundant sources of clean and renewable energy available to us. This energy is tapped with the... read more

Organic Donor-Acceptor Conjugates: Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence, Room-Temperature Phosphorescence and Modulation of Fluorescence Lifetimes via Conformational Switching

Department of Chemistry
Organic light emitting materials holds great promise for display devices and biological detection. The first chapter of... read more

Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization of Wetland Bacteria with Potential Biotechnological Applications

Department of Life Sciences
Bacteria have played a crucial role in biotechnology because of their small size, structural simplicity and rapid... read more

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