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Dr. Vikram Singh

  • Dr. Vikram Singh

    Ph.D. (Elecronic Sc. Dept.) Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
    Assistant Professor (Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering)
    Email: vikram@theglocaluniversity.in




    EDUCATION

    Qualification Year University
    Ph.D., Elecronic Sc.Dept. 2012 Kurukshetra University
    M.Sc. 2004 Kurukshetra University
    B.Sc. 2002 Kurukshetra University

    Professional Experience

    1. Post Doctoral fellow at IIT Mandi, did a project funded by INTEL Corp.

    2. Senior Research Fellow, CEERI Pilani, Nov. 2008 to Jun 2012.

    3. Project Assistant, CEERI, Pilani, 2005 to 2008.


    Research Interests

    Reliability characterization of Semiconducor Devices, High K dielectrics, Advance ULSI Technology and synthesis of nanoparticles.


    Publications

    • Has over 22 publications in reputed technical journals, and over 24 papers in reputed conferences.

    Recent Publications:

    • R Karthik, Vijetha Tummala, Vikram Singh, "A Study of Dielectric Reliability of Anodic TiO2 based single and double layer Metal-Insulator-Metal Capacitors", accepted in Journal of Nanoelectronics and Optoelectronics (JNO; www.aspbs.com/jno/), Date of Submission: 5th May 2016 Date of Acceptance: 25th June 2016.
    • Vikram Singh, R Karthik, Prem Kumar, “Study of Bias-Temperature Instability in HfO2 sputtered Thin Films by Post Nitrogen Annealing for the Advanced CMOS Technology” bearing paper ID-Amm-504 is accepted to present in “International Conference on Advancements in Materials for Manufacturing (ICAAMM-2016) at MLR- Institute of Technology, Hyderabad during 7 to 9th July 2016. This paper will be published in “Elsevier Materials Today Procedia” and will be available in www.sciencedirect.com after conference.

    Projects

    1. Design and integration of Carbon nanotube/ ultra low-k materials for next generation integrated circuits. (Submitted at DST under Nano-Mission, Status: under review) Duration – 2years, cost-40.40 Lakhs.

    2. Design and Integration of Non-Plasmonic Nano Antenna for Information Processing, Bio-Detection and nonlinear spectroscopy Applications. (Abstract submitted at DST under Nano-Mission ) Duration:-3years, cost-50 Lakhs.