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Dr. Pramod Kumar
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An in-born Banarasi and Native of India, Obtained B. Sc. (Physics), M. Sc. (Solid State Physics) and Ph. D. (Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics) degrees from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi in the year 1996, 1998, 2005, respectively. Cleared National Eligibility Test (CSIR, HRDG,NEw Delhi) thrice in a row and first time in the year 1998. 
Published nine articles to-date as a sole author and serving to a state University since 19th March, 2005 as an Assistant Professor of Physics.
Editorial board member: Journal of Polymer Science and Engineering, EnPress

 

 

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4640-2374

Research Interests
Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
Statistical physics
Polymer science
Social science
Metrics Overview
Publications
26
Since 2002
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104 / 213
Worldwide
Avg. Citations
8
Per publication
G-Index
2
In past 5 years
Research Experience
Staistical theory of polymers in restricted geometries
Banaras Hindu University January 1999 - December 2004

We reported existence of Surface Attached Globule state for self attracting directed polymer chain interacting with surface. The Surface Attached Globule state was also found to exist for isotropic self-avoiding walk model of the chain in the leadership of my mentor Professor Yashwant Singh (Y Singh, BHU, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India).
We analytically solved directed walk model of surface attracting linear semi-flexible polymer chain interacting with surface. We reported exact values of persistence length of the chain for different situations. It has also been found for all the chosen cases that adsorption of semi-flexible chain takes place at a smaller values of surface adsorption than the case of flexible chain. 
The forced induced desorption of a linear flexible polymer chain has re-entrant phase behavior and desorption transition is first order phase transition. 
The confined self-attracting linear polymer chain shows re-entrant phase transition behavior under confined geometry.

Work Experience
Teaching and Reseach Experience (Post Doctoral)
Kumaun University March 2005 - Present

Studied behaviour of the polymer chain (short chains and chain in the thermodynamic limit):

 

1. Adsorption phase transition behaviour of semi-flexible copolymer and homopolymer chain on a flat surface in two and three dimensions.

2. Adsorption phase transition behaviour of the copolymer and semi-flexible polymer chain on the fluctuating surface.

3. The conformational behaviour of polymer in the confined fluctuating geometries was reported through analytical calculations.

4. There were several other studies and their details can be had from my publications till date:

Education
Banaras Hindu University
1999 - 2004
Doctoral Degree , Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
  1. We reported existence of Surface Attached Globule state for self attracting directed polymer chain interacting with surface. The Surface Attached Globule state was also found to exist for isotropic self-avoiding walk model of the chain in the leadership of my mentor Professor Yashwant Singh (Y Singh, BHU, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India).
  2. We analytically solved directed walk model of surface attracting linear semi-flexible polymer chain interacting with surface. We reported exact values of persistence length of the chain for different situations. It has also been found for all the chosen cases that adsorption of semi-flexible chain takes place at a smaller values of surface adsorption than the case of flexible chain.
  3. The forced induced desorption of a linear flexible polymer chain has re-entrant phase behavior and desorption transition is first order phase transition.
  4. The confined self-attracting linear polymer chain shows re-entrant phase transition behavior under confined geometry.
Membership
Life member
2014 - Permanent
Indian Association of Physics Teachers: Kanpur, India, IN
Life member
2014 - Permanent
Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA): Kolkata, India, IN
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