Research & Consultancy

The field of electroceramics has found diversified applications ranging from the probing of ocean beds to deep space in the form of smart sensors and energy convertors. Ceramic materials that have been specially formulated for specific electrical, electromagnetic and optical properties can be tailored for their use as insulators, ferroelectric materials, highly conductive ceramics, electrodes, MEMS, energy convertors, sensors and actuators, etc. The quest to push performance boundaries through further study into the fundamental aspects of electroceramics and their commercial applications is essential for the advancement of this science and technology.

Research Group

  • Two students have completed research work for their PhD degree and have submitted their theses.
  • Three students are working for their PhD degree.
  • Four Students carried out research work for their M.Phil. Degree.