People : Dr. Kamal Devlal

Name: Dr. Kamal Devlal
Designation: Assistant Professor
School : School of Sciences, Physics
Qualification: Ph.D. Physics, G.B.P.U.A. & T., Pantnagar
Phone : 05946286048
Email : [email protected]

Teaching Areas: Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics, Optics, Electrodynamics

Research Areas : Condensed Matter Physics, Nanomaterial and Nanophysics.

Publications : 

1. Kamal Devlal, U.C. Johari, N. Shrivastva and B. Bhattacharya; “Electrical properties of CdS dispersed ammonium alum composite solid electrolyte”; Indian J. of Phys. 79(ii), 127578 (2005).
(Journal Status International, ISSN No. 0973-1458)
2. Kamal Devlal and C.S. Patni, “Photoacoustic spectroscopy: a technique to study plant-pathogen interaction”; Indian J. of Phys. 79(6), 591-595 (2005).
(Journal Status International, ISSN No. 0973-1458)
3. Kamal Devlal, and Kuldeep Kholiya, “Analysis of equation of state for inert gas solids and metals”; Indian J. of Phys. 80(8), 801-805 (2006)
(Journal Status International, ISSN No. 0973-1458)

4. Kamal Devlal and B.R.K. Gupta; “Equation of State for Inert Gas Solids”; Pramana : Indian J. of Phys. 69 No 2,307-312 (2007). (Journal Status International, ISSN No. 0304-4289)
5. Kamal Devlal, K.Y. Singh and B.R.K. Gupta “Equation of state for thermal expansion behavior of rutile TiO2 crystalline material”; Advances in Solid State Physics, 11-12, (2005) 
(Journal Status national, ISSN No. not available)
6. Kamal Devlal, P.K. Pathak and R. Gill; “A comparative study of High pressure equation of state for Silicon nitride material”; Advances in Solid State Physics ( 2005) 
(Journal Status national, ISSN No. not available)
7. Kamal Devlal “Analysis of Equation of State for Semiconductors”; Journal of Engineering, Computers & Applied Sciences (JEC&AS) Volume 2, No.7, ( 2013) (Journal Status national, (ISSN No: 2319‐5606)
8 . Kamal Devlal “High Pressure and High Temperature Equation of State for Metals”; Journal of Engineering, Computers & Applied Sciences (JEC&AS) Volume 2, No.8, ( 2013) (Journal Status national, (ISSN No: 2319‐5606)

Papers presented in Symposiums: 


1. Kamal Devlal and B.R.K. Gupta; “Thermal expansion behavior of FeSi cubic crystalline material”; D.A.E. National Symposium on Solid State Physics (2004).
2. Kamal Devlal, M. Kumar and B.R.K. Gupta; “High-pressure equation of state of germanium”; Paper Published in D.A.E. National Symposium on Solid State Physics (2004).            
3. Kamal Devlal, K.Y. Singh and B.R.K. Gupta “Equation of state for thermal expansion behavior of rutile TiO2 crystalline material”; Oral presentation in National Conference on Advances in Solid State Physics, (February 11-12, 2005) at Thapar Institute of Engg. and Tech. , Patiala, India.
4. Kamal Devlal,  “Electrical properties of CdS dispersed ammonium alum”; Poster presented in D.A.E. National Symposium on Solid State Physics, December 26-30,2004. Gurunanak Dev University, Amritsar, India.
5. Kamal Devlal, P.K. Pathak and R. Gill; “A comparative study of High pressure equation of state for Silicon nitride material”; Oral paper presentation in National Conference on Advances in Solid State Physics (February 11-12, 2005) at Thapar Institute of Engg. & Tech.  Patiala, India
6.Kamal Devlal and B.R.K. Gupta; “Analysis of Equation of State for Semiconductors”; Oral Presentation on 2nd Uttarakhand Science congress (15 to 17 Nov. 2007) at Kumaun University, Nanital, Uttarakhand.
7. Kamal Devlal; “Equation of state for FeSi” paper presentation in NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT TRENDS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND NANO STRUCTURE(NCRTMSANS-12), (January 3-4, 2012) at GPGC Rudrapur Uttarakhand, India.
8. Kamal Devlal; “Equation of state for carbon nanotubes (CNT)” paper presentation in Oral Presentation on 8nd Uttarakhand Science congress (26 to 28 Dec. 2013) at Doon University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand.