Hansraj College

University of Delhi

NAAC Grade A+ with CGPA 3.62

Mr Dibyajyoti Das

Assistant Professor | Department of Physics
Contact (Off.): 9717252188

Email Address : dj09das[at]gmail[dot]com

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Femtosecond Lasers

  • M.Sc Physics , 2011 , Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  • B.Sc (Hons.) Physics , 2009 , Hans Raj College, University of Delhi




Subject:            Science, Mathematics, Social Sciences, English, Hindi

Year:                  2004

Institute:           Kendriya Vidyalaya Nagaon, Assam

Board:               CBSE


Higher Secondary School:

Subject:             Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Biology, English

Year:                  2004-2006

Institute:           Kendriya Vidyalaya Nagaon, Assam

Board:               CBSE



Subject:              B.Sc (Hons.) Physics

Year:                   2006-2009

Institute:           Hans Raj College, University of Delhi



Subject:            M.Sc. Physics 2yr

Year:                  2009-2011

Institute:           Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur


Classical Mechanics,

Nuclear Physics,

Elements of Modern Physics,

Quantum Mechanics,

Mathematical Physics,

Solid State Physics,



Additional Non Academic Involvements:

  • Member of Placement Cell, Hans Raj College, 2016-2019
  • Member of North East Cell, Hans Raj College, 2016-present
  • Member of Music and Dance Society, Hans Raj College, 2017
  • Performed in a Play "Chekhov Ki Duniya" based on short stories of Anton Chekhov, by teachers, in Hans Raj College Auditorium, on 24th March 2016
  • Participated in a friendly Cricket match between faculties of Science v/s Humanities on March, Hans Raj College, 2016



Masters 2nd yr. Experimental Project:

Title:                 Optical Tweezers 

Lab:                   Femtosecond Laser Lab

                           Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur    http://home.iitk.ac.in/~dgoswami/

Supervisor:      Dr.  Debabrata Goswami , Department of Chemistry 

                           Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Duration:         July 2010- April 2011


of Work:          Experimental


Masters Summer Project:

Title:                 Anomalous Diffusion in Two-Dimensional Nanoparticle Monolayer

Lab:                    Soft Nano Materials Physics Group    http://www.physics.iisc.ernet.in/~basu/ Supervisor:       Dr. Jaydeep Basu, Department of Physics

                            Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Duration:           May-July 2011


of Work:           Experimental + Simulation




Title:                 Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy – Numerical Simulation and study of Field Emission Resonances

Supervisor:      Dr. D. Sahdev, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur


Duration:          July-Nov 2011


of Work:           Simulation



Title:                  Ab Initio study of the Surface Reconstruction of Silicon

Supervisor:       Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Department of Physics

                        Institute of Technology Kanpur         


Duration:          July-Nov 2011


of Work:            Simulation

Computer:        VASP (Vienna Ab-Initio Simulation Package)


  • Supervisor of Innovation Project titled "Device For Uniquely Abled (DUA)" along with mentor, Dr. Dhananjay Gadre, NSIT, and 10 students from Computer Sc Dept., Hans Raj College, from June 2015-2016
  • Participated as Mentor of 10 students of Hans Raj College in Gyanodaya V - Dharohar the Glory of the Northeast, held 18-30th December 2014, for conducting the project titled "Handloom Industry in North Eastern States"
  • Mentor of project "Simulation of Quantum Tunneling Problem" under DBT Star College Programme with 6 students from Physics and Electronics Dept, March 2017-present
  • Created an online academic website, 8PHYSICS.COM, to encourage students and teachers to discuss academic problems related to Physics, Maths and Sciences, and provide a scope for e-learning and learning outside classrooms. The online platform is live since June 2016 and has grown considerably. Currently it has been closed.
  • Started a Youtube channel devoted to lectures on Physics, called - For The Love of Physics, since April 2017, for encouraging e-learning, which currently has over 55,000 subscribers