We are a research laboratory in the Department of Applied Physics at Defence Institute of Advanced Technology based in the vibrant city of Pune, Maharashtra, India. We currently work on Quartz Tuning Fork based gas sensors, machine learning for sensor data classification, electromagnetic interference shielding materials, hyperbolic meta-materials, and scanning probe microscopic analysis of materials. Highly motivated research scholars, fellows, and postgraduate students comprise of our research group. We are open to collaborate on related research topics.
- Dr. Suwarna Datar
RECENT RESEARCH ARTICLES
Ray, Bishakha, Saurabh Parmar, Kalyani Date, and Suwarna Datar. "Optically transparent polymer composites: A study on the influence of filler/dopant on electromagnetic interference shielding mechanism." Journal of Applied Polymer Science: 50255 (2020).
Acharya, Sanghamitra and Suwarna Datar. "Wideband (8–18 GHz) microwave absorption dominated electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding composite using copper aluminum ferrite and reduced graphene oxide in polymer matrix." Journal of Applied Physics 128, 104902 (2020).
Acharya, Sanghamitra, Prashant Alegaonkar, and Suwarna Datar. "Effect of formation of heterostructure of SrAl4Fe8O19/RGO/PVDF on the microwave absorption properties of the composite." Chemical Engineering Journal 374 (2019): 144-154.
Parmar, Saurabh, Bishakha Ray, Kalyani Date, and Suwarna Datar.. "Modified graphene as a conducting ink for electromagnetic interference shielding." Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 52.37 (2019): 375302.