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  • Prof Aravind G

  • Associate Professor
  • Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Publications 2004 - 2024

Publications

  • 28
    Journal Articles
  • 6
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 2
    INPROCEEDINGS
  • 20
  • 3
  • 9
  • 4

Citations / H-Index

261 Citations
9 h-index
272 Citations

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Expertise

Spectroscopy

Photoelectron spectroscopy, Experimental studies on reactions involving trapped ions to study the constituents and dynamics of the Inter-Stellar Medium (ISM).

Personal Information

Prof Aravind G

Male
Department of Physics Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India - 600036


Experience

  • Associate Professor

    Indian Institute of Technology Madras


Qualification

  • Ph.D.

    Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Mumbai


Honours and Awards

2017

Young Faculty Recognition Award

IIT Madras

2012

INSA Young Scientist Medal 2012

Indian National Science Academy

2008

Geeta Udgoankar Award

TIFR Mumbai

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2017

Young Faculty Recognition Award

IIT Madras

2012

INSA Young Scientist Medal 2012

Indian National Science Academy

2008

Geeta Udgoankar Award

TIFR Mumbai

2008

Best Thesis in Physics

Indian Society of Atomic and Molecular Physics

2001

Best outgoing student of Physics

BITS, Pilani

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2021

IONIZATION AND DISSOCIATION DYNAMICS OF INTERSTELLAR MOLECULES AND IONS IN GAS-PHASE

Roby Chacko, IIT Madras

2018

Time delay in atomic photoionization

Ankur Mandal, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2016

Studies of autoionization resonances in atoms, molecules, ions and clusters of interest in astrophysics

Nrisimha Murty Madugula, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2021

IONIZATION AND DISSOCIATION DYNAMICS OF INTERSTELLAR MOLECULES AND IONS IN GAS-PHASE

Roby Chacko, IIT Madras

2018

Time delay in atomic photoionization

Ankur Mandal, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2016

Studies of autoionization resonances in atoms, molecules, ions and clusters of interest in astrophysics

Nrisimha Murty Madugula, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

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