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Research Scholar Job in RVCE, Bangalore

BANGALORE – 560059.
Looking for Research Scholars to work under the following Projects:
1. “Development of Nano Material and Optically Enabled, Front Surface and Back Contact Tailored,
Enhanced Efficiency Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells”.
2. “Development Of Multilayer Coatings for Enhanced Solar Thermal Absorption At High
3. Development of Carbon Nanotube based vacuum Nano Eelectronics (field assisted electron emitters)
X-Ray sources for making compact, low power, hand held X-Ray
4. Growth and characterization of Novel Room Temperature grown Nano-Cluster Carbon Based Thin
Film Transistors.
Min. Educational Qualifications:
Graduate/PG degree in engineering disciplines (Electrical / Electronics / Telecommunication /
Instrumentation / Mechanical/)
M.Sc. in Physics / Electronics / Solid State Electronics
Remuneration as per DST / VTU/ UGC guidelines
Interested candidates may send their detailed resume electronically to principal@rvce.edu.in
Students with experience / exposure / interest in the following areas may also send their detailed
resume electronically to principal@rvce.edu.in
1. Nano Electronics
2. Medical Instrumentation
3. Large Area Flexible Micro Electronics
4. Renewable Energy

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Lecture notes on Biomaterials

DESCRIPTIONIntroduction to materials science and technology with special reference to metals, ceramics and polymeric materials used as biomaterials (processing, properties, testing), changes of materials during sterilization and in vivo, biocompatibility, selected cases of application and of damage, quality assurance.


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Nanoholes and Nanoparticles: Applications to Biomedical Microdevices

Biomedical microdevices include any miniaturized devices or systems for biomedical or biological applications, from simple sensors for monitoring a single biological, to complex micro total analysis or lab-on-a-chip instruments that integrate multiple laboratory functions together with microfluidic sample manipulation. Biomedical microdevice and systems research is an exciting multi-disciplinary field intersecting engineering, physics, chemistry, nanotechnology and biotechnology.

Micromachining, originally based in the microelectronic industry, forms the foundation for this exciting field, in which biosensors, microchannel fluid transport, and other micro mechanical, optical, chemical, and fluidic components are fabricated and integrated for applications ranging from monitoring biofluid levels and bed side rapid diagnosis to studying single cell antibody production. Furthermore, micromachining can be combined with nanostructures or nanomaterials to result in new technologies and techniques that continue to advance the field in new ways.