anurag@nplindia.org
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Profile Name
Dr. Anurag Gupta
Current Designation
Principal Scientist
Residential Address

Superconductivity Div.
National Physical Laboratory
Dr. K. S. Krishnan Road
New Delhi-110012

Telephone 1
45609376
Date of birth
25-Sep-1961
Grade
005
Brief Biodata
  • DP/DU No. and Name:
  • DU-7.0, Superconductivity and Cryogenics
  • Educational Qualifications:
  • Degree Subject University/Institute Year
    M.Sc. Physics Delhi University
    Delhi-7, India
    1984
    Ph.D. Physics Bayreuth University
    D-95440 Bayreuth
    W. Germany
    1992
  • Academics/Research Experience:
  • Year Duration Research field Institute ( in India/Abroad) Fellowship
    1987 Sept.
    to 1992 Feb.
    Four and half years Experimental
    superconductivity
    Low Temperature
    Physics Department,
    University of Bayreuth,
    Bayreuth, W.Germany
    Ph.D.
    1992 March
    to 1992 Aug.
    Six months Experimental
    superconductivity
    Low Temperature Physics Department,
    University of Bayreuth,
    Bayreuth, W.Germany
    Post Doctoral
    1992 Sept.
    to 1994 Oct.
    Two Experimental
    superconductivity
    Condensed Matter Physics Department,
    University of Geneva,
    Geneva, Switzerland
    Post Doctoral
    1994 Nov.
    to 1995 Sept.
    One Experimental
    superconductivity
    Physics Department,
    Institute of Technology
    Trondheim, Norway
    Post
    Doctoral
    1996 Nov.
    to
    present
    Thirteen years Experimental
    superconductivity
    Superconductivity Div.
    National Physical Lab.
    New Delhi , India
    Scientist
  • Date of Joining NPL:
  • 29th Nov. 1996
  • No. of Publications:
  • SCI Journals Conference/ proceedings Books Total
    88 8 Nil 96
  • No. of Patents :
  • Nil
  • Current Activity :
  • (Not more than 50 words)
  • To synthesize HTSC (cuprates, MgB2 and Fe-based oxypnictides), understand and improve their properties, linked with critical current densities (Jc), upper critical fields, irreversibility and granularity, for use in high field Jc applications. To investigate changes in the microstructure, electrical and magnetic properties in normal and superconductivity state of HTSC with relevant substitutions/dopants.
  • Honours and Award:
  • Nil.
  • Any other information:
  • Nil.
Order
31
Alumni
No
Profile Department
Quantum Phenomena & Applications

History

Member for
7 years 36 weeks

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