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Nandwana, Vikas

Graduate Research Assistant
Science Hall 214
Box 19059
Department of Physics
Phone 817-272-5219
Fax 817-272-3637
Email: nandwana@uta.edu

 

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502 Yates St
Department of Physics, SH 108
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019

Education

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Education

Master of Technology, Jul 2003
Materials Science and Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, Maharastra, INDIA

Bachelor of Technology, Jul 2003
Materials Science and Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, Maharastra, INDIA

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Research

  • Chemical synthesis of various size of FePt nanoparticles

  • Size and shape control of FePt nanoparticles by chemical synthesis

  • Chemical synthesis of bimagnetic FePt/Fe3O4 core-shell nanoparticles

  • Exchange-coupled nanocomposite magnets by self-assembly

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Accomplishments

Publications

Magnetic hardening in ultrafine FePt nanoparticle assembled films                                               V. Nandwana, K. E. Elkins and J. P. Liu Nanotechnology 16 (2005) 2823–2826  

Monodisperse face-centred tetragonal FePt nanoparticles with giant coercivity                 K.E. Elkins, D. Li, N. Poudyal, V. Nandwana, Z. Jin, K. Chen and J. P. Liu J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 38 (2005) 2306-09

 

Oral Presentations

Chemical synthesis of FePt nanoparticles                                                                       ASM-International First North Texas Materials Symposium, at University of Texas at Arlington, April 10, 2005.

High Coercivity in FePt Nanoparticle assemblies                                                                 2005 APS March meeting.

Synthesis and Characterization of Nano-size Titanium Powders                                                 29th Annual Conference, PM 03 held in Goa, India in Jan 2003.

 

Poster Presentations

Hard Magnetic FePt Nanoparticles by salt matrix annealing                                                 D. Li, N. Poudyal, V. Nandwana, Z. Jin, K. E. Elkins and J. P. Liu  50th Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, San Jose, California, October 30-November 3, 2005

FePt Nanoparticles : Building blocks for future                                                                           V. Nandwana, K. E. Elkins, M. Chen and J. P. Liu   Research Day, University of Texas at Arlington, Octocber 26, 2005                                                

FePt Nanoparticles synthesized by Pt(acac)2 decomposition                                              K. E. Elkins, V. Nandwana and J. P. Liu MURI kick-off meeting, Arlington, Texas, April 26-27, 2005

Chemical synthesis of FePt nanoparticles                                                                                           V. Nandwana, K.E. Elkins, M. Chen, T. S. Vedantam and J. P. Liu ASM-International First North Texas Materials Symposium, at University of Texas at Arlington, April 10, 2005. (Awarded Second Place)

Size Control of FePt nanoparticles                                                                                                         V. Nandwana, K. E. Elkins, M. Chen, T.S. Vedantam and J. P. Liu SPRING 04 Conference on research in nanotechnology held in University of Texas at Dallas, USA in Nov 2004.

High Coercivity in FePt Nanoparticle assemblies                                                                               V. Nandwana, K. E. Elkins, T. S. Vedantam and J. P. Liu DARPA MetaMAterials PI Review, Washington DC, August 2004.

A Novel Approach to Chemical Synthesis of Ultra-fine FePt Nanoparticles                                  V. Nandwana, K. E. Elkins, T. S. Vedantam and J. P. Liu International Conference on “Photonic, Excitonic, Spintronic Processes in Nanostructures” held in University of Texas at Dallas, USA in Jan 2004.

Synthesis of Nanosized titanium powder by a novel chemical route                                              V. Nandwana, V. V. Dabade, T. R. Rama Mohan and P. Ramakrishnan 10th World Conference on Titanium, Ti-2003 held in Hamburg, Germany in Jul 2003.

Was in the news as one of the research group member on August 4th and 5th, 2005 in Physics Web and Nanotechweb respectively as our group’s research was mentioned in the website based on the JPD paper. The JPD paper was also selected by IOP select.

Selected in the top 1% among 150,000 students appearing for the national level joint entrance examination (JEE) for the IITs.

 

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