The Science and Humanities department has been established in the year 2019. The Department has 10 well qualified faculty members. The department caters to the academic and research needs of the students of B.E. and Ph. D. programmes and strengthening their knowledge in basics science and Humanities to serve as a launching pad for their technological career. It provides strong foundation in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English which in turn dispense as a baseline for all Engineering streams. It has been constantly producing good results in the university Examinations. The department has well-established laboratories to accommodate forty students at a time for conducting experiments in Chemistry, Physics and Language for B.E. students.
The faculty members of the department awarded with Doctoral degree in most reputed Universities and faculty members are guiding the Ph.D students in their respective fields of research. The areas of research are X-ray crystallography, Material Science (Crystal Growth, Thin Film, Fuel Cells, Fiber synthesis), Nonlinear Dynamics, Advanced Ceramics, Nano-science and Technology, supramolecular chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic–organic hybrid materials, crystal engineering, water analysis, environmental studies, Functional Analysis and Fuzzy fixed point theory. The faculty members periodically present research papers at national and international seminar and conferences and publishing research articles in journals. The department has organized several conferences and workshops as extension activities.
• Material Science- Advance Ceramics
• X-Ray Crystallography and Crystal Growth
• Nano sol-gel synthesis
• Nonlinear Dynamics
• Functional Analysis and Fuzzy fixed point theory
• Crystal engineering, Inorganic–organic hybrid materials and water analysis
At present the total annual intake into B.E degree courses are 420 and Ph.D. programs stands at 03.
The department is located in a sprawling environment with a state of art facilities and highly qualified faculty members. Perhaps even more important is our unceasing commitment to our students, helping them to learn, grow, develop, and achieve their goals in their pursuit to excel in their professional career. The department’s graduate programs continue to draw from a very strong application pool. The department was established in the year 2019 by merging individual physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English departments and since its inception from 2009 as individual departments evolved from offering doctoral programmes in key areas of research. The department faculties work with excellent team spirit which leads to key research publications. The department strives to provide a conductive environment for the students to develop analytical and practical skills and apply them to real world problems. To motivate the students the department organizes regular training in state of arranges workshop, seminar, and National Conferences periodically. We welcome you to the Science and Humanities Department as undergraduate or research student and we hope to be part of your success.
BS 8151- PHYSICS LABORATORY
Lab Dimension : 15m x 10m
I- Semester All Departments (Civil, Mechanical, EEE, ECE, Geo Informatics)
Faculty Incharge : Dr. K. Saminathan, Dr. V.M. Gandhimathi & Dr. J. Judes
List of Major Equipment’s
1. Ultrasonic Interferometer
2. Semiconducting Laser
3. Optical fiber kit
4. Traveling microscope
7. Band gap determination kit
8. Digital balance
|S.No||Seminars/ Symposium/ Conferences||Title||Name of the Resource Person(s) with Designation & Affiliation||Convenor/ Coordinators/ Organizers||Date|
|1||National Seminar||National Level workshop on “Recent Advancements in Material Science (RAMS-2017)||Dr.N.Srinivasan Associate professor, Thiagarajar College, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai.||Dr.K. Saminathan, Dr.V.M.Gandhimathi, Dr.J.Judes||27th February 2017|
|2||National Symposium||First National Level Symposium SCILANG 2018||Mr. P. Selvavinayagam Station Chemist Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project, Kudankulam||Dr.K. Saminathan, Dr.V.M.Gandhimathi, Dr.J. Judes||28th March 2018|
|S.No||Work shop/Seminar/ FDTP||Title of the Work shop/Seminar/FDTP||Name of the Resource person.||Co-ordinators||Date|
|1||Workshop||Recent Trends in Mathematical Coding Theory& Cryptography||Dr.R.S. Selvaraj, NIT, Warangal||Dr.R. Mohanraj &Dr.K. Ganesamoorthy||17-10-2014|
|2||FDTP||One Week FDTP on MA6451-Probability&Random Processes||Various resource Persons.||Dr.R. Mohanraj &Dr.K. Ganesamoorthy||12-12-2014 to 18-12-2014|
|3||Seminar||Clustering Techniques in Fuzzy sets& systems||Dr. S.R. Kannan Pondicherry University, Pondicherry||Dr.R.Mohanraj & Mr. C. Peter Devadoss||30-10-2015|