Dr. Deo Pal Singh

Retired Professor
Ph D (BHU)
Contact Information:
+91 542 2316871,9532336703 Fax:+91 542 2368174
Email Id:dpsingh@bhu.ac.in, deopal@gmail.com

 
 
Academic Qualifications:
 
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.Allahabad University1967
2.M.Sc.Allahabad University1969
3.Ph. D.Banaras Hindu University1973
 
Brief writeup on area of specialization/awards/achievements:
 

I have done most of my research work in the field of Phonon Conductivity of Solids as a research scholar and post doctoral fellow. After joining as a permanent faculty member in 1982 I changed my research area to the theoretical study of photonic devices like solar cells and photo detectors. Presently I am working in the field of quantum well infrared photo detectors and photo refracting materials. In teaching I am interested in Electronic Devices, Circuits and Communication (both analog and digital). Semiconductor physics, Microprocessor, Microcontrollers and Microcomputers.

 
Project Undertaken as PI /Co PI:
 

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Any additional information:
 
I have been serving as a guest faculty in the department of Computer Science B.H.U. since 1990. I also served as the Head of Department of Computer Science from May 2005 to August 2006.

List of major Publications:

  1. Srivastava G.P. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1972. Three phonon scattering strengths and Ziman limit of resistivity due to three -phonon scattering processes in Ge. Phy. Rev. (USA) B6, 3053-3055.
  2. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. (1973) Simple variational calculation of thermal conductivity at low temperature. Phys. Rev.(USA) B8, 5563-5566.
  3. Y.P.Joshi and Singh D.P. (1976) Phonon scattering relaxation time due to impurities with internal degrees of freedom. Phys. Rev. (USA) B14, 1733-1738.
  4. Singh D.P. and Y.P. Joshi (1979) Directional dependence of the boundary scattering mean free path of phonons in Germanium. Phys. Rev. B (USA) B19, 2133-2136.
  5. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1972. Phonon conductivity of doped and undoped silver chloride. Phy. Rev. (USA) B6, 3160-3163.
  6. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1972. Role of longitudinal and transverse phonon is the thermal conductivity of alkali halides. Phy. Rev.(USA) B6, 4013-4016.
  7. Mitra H. Singh D.P. and Pal B.B. (1993) Effect of signal modulated optical radiation on the characteristics of MODFET. Appl. Phys. A56, 335-341.
  8. Chandra. S., Singh. D.P., Srivastava P.C. and Sahu S.N. (1984) Electro deposited semi conducting molybdenum selenide films Part II Optical, Electrical, Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical solar cell studies. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 17, 2125-2128.
  9. Pal B.B. Mitra H. and Singh D.P. (1994) Enhanced optical effect in a high electron mobility phototransistor devices two dimensional modeling considering a realistic velocity field relation. Optical Engineering 33, 1250-1254.
  10. Chandra. S, Singh. D.P. and Sahu S.N. (1984) Simple theory for the analysis of current voltage characteristics of photo electrochemical solar cells. Solid State Commun. 51, 829-832.
Full List of Publications:
A. Original Research Articles
  1. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1971. Comments on Klein's theory of the thermal conductivity of doped alkali halides. Phy. Rev. (USA) B4, 4647-4648.
  2. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1972. Phonon conductivity of doped and undoped silver chloride. Phy. Rev.(USA) B6, 3160-3163.
  3. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1972. Role of longitudinal and transverse phonon is the thermal conductivity of alkali halides. Phy. Rev.(USA) B6, 4013-4016.
  4. Srivastava G.P. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1972. Three phonon scattering strengths and Ziman limit of resistivity due to three -phonon scattering processes in Ge. Phy. Rev. (USA) B6, 3053-3055.
  5. Srivastava G.P. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. 1973. Variational treatment of three-phonon processes in an anisotropic insulator. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys (India) 11, 79-81.
  6. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. ((1973) Variational calculation of the three-phonon Umklapp resistivity. Physica Status solidi (b) (Germany) 59, 291-296.
  7. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. (1973) Simple variational calculation of thermal conductivity at low temperature. Phys. Rev.(USA) B8, 5563-5566.
  8. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. (1973) variational calculation of the thermal conductivity in heavily doped n-Ge. Physica status solidi (b) (Germany) 60, 859-854.
  9. Singh D.P. (1975) Phonon conductivity of deformed lithium fluoride crystals. Solid State Communications (Great Britain) 16, 631-634.
  10. Y.P.Joshi and Singh D.P. (1975) Low temperature thermal conductivity of Ni doped Al2O3. Solid State Communications 16, 307.
  11. Y.P.Joshi and Singh D.P. (1976) Phonon scattering relaxation time due to impurities with internal degrees of freedom. Phys. Rev. (USA) B14, 1733-1738.
  12. Y.P.Joshi and Singh D.P. (1975) Thermal resistivity due to three phonon normal processes. Physica (Holland) 81A, 475-483.
  13. Singh D.P. and Y.P.Joshi (1976) Renormalization of Einstein Phonons Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. (India) 14, 573-576.
  14. Singh D.P. (1976) Appropriate three-phonon scattering strengths for semiconductors and alkali halides. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys (India) 14, 158-159.
  15. Singh D.P. (1977-78) Variational treatment of three-phonon normal processes. BHU Journal of Scientific Research (India) 28, (2) 209-212.
  16. Singh D.P. and Y.P. Joshi (1979) Directional dependence of the boundary scattering mean free path of phonons in Germanium. Phys. Rev. B (USA) B19, 2133-2136.
  17. Y.P.Joshi and Singh D.P. (1979) Low temperature thermal conductivity of Yurium iron garnet. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. (India) 17, 62-66.
  18. Chandra. S, Singh. D.P. and Sahu S.N. (1984) Simple theory for the analysis of current voltage characteristics of photo electrochemical solar cells. Solid State Commun. 51, 829-832.
  19. Chandra. S., Singh. D.P., Srivastava P.C. and Sahu S.N. (1984) Electro deposited semi conducting molybdenum selenide films Part II Optical, Electrical, Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical solar cell studies. J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 17, 2125-2128.
  20. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1991) A simple theory for short circuit current density of polyerystalline silicon solar cell. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. 29, 496-499.
  21. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1991) Effect of grain size on the performance of polycrystalline silicon solar cell. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. 29, 717-718.
  22. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1992) Carrier generation rates in important photovoltaic materials for AM 1.5 solar spectrum. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys.30, 295-298.
  23. Basak P.S. and Singh D.P. (1993) Electrical conduction in phosphorous doped polycrystalline silicon films. Ind. J. Pure Appl. Phys. 31, 271-274.
  24. Mitra H. Singh D.P. and Pal B.B. (1993) Effect of signal modulated optical radiation on the characteristics of MODFET. Appl. Phys. A56, 335-341.
  25. Pal B.B. Mitra H. and Singh D.P. (1994) Enhanced optical effect in a high electron mobility phototransistor devices two dimensional modeling considering a realistic velocity field relation. Optical Engineering 33, 1250-1254.
B. Full length papers in Conference proceedings.
  1. Srivastava G.P. Singh and Verma G.S. (1969) Three phonon process and third order atomic coupling constants. Nucl.Phys. Solid State Phys. (India) 12C, 187-189.
  2. Singh D.P. and Verma G.S. (1972) Role of normal processes in the thermal conductivity of silver chloride. Nucl. Phys. Solid State Phys. (India) 15C, 507-510.
  3. Joshi Y. P.and Singh D.P. (1979) Density fluctuations limited phonon mean free path in amorphous solids. Nucl. Phys. Solid state Phys. (India) 22C, 218-220.
  4. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1991) Effect of doping concentration and density of surface states on the efficiency of polycrystalline silicon solar cell. Proc. of the solid State Phys. Symp., BARC, Jan. 1-4, P. 246.
  5. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1991) Electron hole pair generation rate in CulnSe2 AM 1.5 solar spectrum. Proc. of VIth International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductors Devices, New Delhi., Dec. 2-5, 463-465.
  6. Performance of Polycrystalline GaAs solar cells at Am 1.5 solar spectrum. Proc. Solid State Phys. Symp., BHU, Varanasi, Dec. 21-24 (1991),p.238
  7. Singh D.P. and Singh R.P. (1991) An improved analytical model of I-V characteristics of ion implanted MESFET. Proc. of Solid State Phys. Symp. BHU., Varanasi.Dec. 21-24 p. 465.
  8. Pal. B.B., Mitra H. Singh D.P. and Chattopadhyay (1991) Optically controlled characteristics of H.E.M.T. Proc. of Conf. On Emerging Optoeletronic Technologies, Hsc, Bangalore, Dec. 16-20 p. 270-273.
  9. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1992) Influence of doping concentration and interface state density on grain boundary battier height of polycrystalline silicon. Proc. of the Conf. On Physics of Semiconductors Devices and integrated Circuits. IIT, Madras Feb. 5-7 p. 450-51.
  10. Upadhyaya H.M. Singh D.P. and Chandra S. (1992) Memory switching behaviour in Ti/CdxPb1-xAs/As due to Pb2+ ion motion. Solid State Ionics Materials and Applications. p.683-687.
  11. Singh D.P. and Basak P.S. (1992) Effect of grain size on the resistivity of poly silicon films. Proc. of the Solid State Phys. Symp., Tirupati Dec. 28-31, p. 257.
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