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Undergraduate Research Projects

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Computational Study of Ring Opening Polymerization in Substituted Benzoxazines

Department of Chemistry
Computational Study of Ring Opening Polymerization in Substituted Benzoxazines – Electron Density Analysis and Role of Intra-molecular and Inter-molecular Interactions in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science (Research)Substituted furan-benzoxazine systems have been studied taking the cue from experimental... read more

UG student wins the best presentation award in ICCAR 2020 Singapore, worked under the guidance of Dr. Santanu Mitra

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Hexapod robot is exciting research because of its legged motion capability which suits all terrain. Here researchers at Shiv Nadar University, have gone one step further by integrating propelling capability in our hexapod robot in case the robot has to move through water as in the case of an amphibian creature. Dr. Santanu Mitra is driving his... read more

Performance improvement of PVT module with applications of nano-fluids and phase change materials

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Sun is a vital source of energy for living beings on earth. Solar energy can be harnesses in two ways namely, direct electricity by photovoltaic effects in solar cells and heat energy. The electrical efficiency depends on the solar cell temperature. As the solar cell temperature increases, its efficiency decreases. Therefore, thermal management of... read more

Final Year Undergraduate Projects: Civil Engineering Department

Department of Civil Engineering
The department aims to train undergraduate students through industry oriented and research-based final year projects.  FYUP projects for 2011-2015 FYUP projects for 2012-2016 FYUP projects for 2013-2017 FYUP projects for 2014-2018  

Rationally Designed Donor–Acceptor Scheme Based Molecules for Applications in Opto-Electronic Devices

Department of Physics
Several donor (D)–acceptor (A) based molecules are rationally designed by adopting three different schemes in which the conjugation length, strength of the donor and acceptor moieties, and planarity of the molecules are varied. These variations are made by introducing a p-conjugated linkage unit, terminating the ends of the moieties by different... read more

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