Journal of Theoretical & Computational Science

Journal of Theoretical & Computational Science
Open Access

ISSN: 2376-130X

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Tapas Kar

Tapas Kar

Tapas Kar
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Utah State University, USA

Biography

Dr. Kar has published 108 papers in peer-reviewed international journals (such as Journal of American Chemical Society, Journal of Physical Chemistry, Journal of Chemical Physics, Chemical Physics Letter, Physics Review) and one chapter in Handbook of Theoretical and Computational Nanotechnology. On average he has published 4.9 papers per year over the last 10 years and has presented papers at several national and international conferences. His research articles have been cited by other researchers in different journals and the number of citations at present (Dec 31, 2012) is more than 2800 and h-index is 26 and i10-index is 54, Researchgate score 31.07. Dr. Kar’s research has achieved some national and international recognition and the numbers of his national and international collaborators over the last five years are more than ten. Several research projects with national laboratories [Air Force Research Laboratory, Dayton; NIST,USA] and Universities [Utah State Univ., and Jackson State Univ] and with foreign universities from Germany, India, China and Brazil are in progress, with successful interim results. Dr. Kar has been asked to review manuscripts for numerous respected journals (such as Journal of American Chemical Society (JACS), Nano Letters, Journal of Chemical Physics (JCP), Chemical Physics Letters (CPL), Nanotechnology, Spectrochimica Acta, Applied Surface Science, and Applied Physics Letters (APL). Dr. Kar has also been a reviewer for various funding agencies (NSF, U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) and private agencies). He served as a research advisor of two Ph.D. student, one graduate and three undergraduate students and two postdoctoral fellows. He has been invited for seminars at several national laboratories and international universities.

Research Interest

Nanoscience & Nanotech Nanoscience & Nanotechnology: Doped Fullerenes and Nanotubes, Functionalized Single-wall Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene Oxides Various Hydrogen Bonding (C-H---O/N, O/N-H---X) and Dihydrogen Bonds Same Level but Different Basis Sets (SLDB) method for Carbon nanomaterials Proton Transfer Process in Ground and Excited States BCN and III-V nanomaterials Li-Battery & Li-Bonding Nonlinear Optical Properties Atmospheric Chemistry Chemical Bonding: 3-center 2-electron and 3-center-4-electron bonds Localized Molecular Orbitals and Bond Index nology: Doped Fullerenes and Nanotubes, Functionalized Single-wall Carbon Nanotubes, Graphene Oxides Various Hydrogen Bonding (C-H---O/N, O/N-H---X) and Dihydrogen Bonds Same Level but Different Basis Sets (SLDB) method for Carbon nanomaterials Proton Transfer Process in Ground and Excited States BCN and III-V nanomaterials Li-Battery & Li-Bonding Nonlinear Optical Properties Atmospheric Chemistry Chemical Bonding: 3-center 2-electron and 3-center-4-electron bonds Localized Molecular Orbitals and Bond Index

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