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M.Tech. Ritu Verma

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Researcher IDAAQ-1763-2020
Positionphd student - Multiscale Modelling and Measurements of Physical Properties
SupervisorMgr. Andrej Ostapovec, Ph.D.

Personal information
Academic Qualification :
2015-2017: Master of Technology in Optoelectronics and Laser Technology School of Studies in Electronics and Photonics, Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur, Chhattishgarh.
2008-2012: Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Government Engineering College Bilaspur Chhattishgarh India

Motivation: An enthusiastic, adaptive and fast-learning person with a broad and acute interest in the discovery of new innovative techniques, I particularly enjoy collaborating with scientists from different disciplines to develop new skills and solve new challenges.

Research Interest: Materials Science, Materials synthesis, characterization and Analysis, Crystallography, Advanced materials, Energy Storage, nanotechnology, Simulation, Optical design

Work Experience:
Senior Engineer (August 2018-January 2020): Center for Research Engineering and Advanced Technology (CREAT- UNO MINDA group), Minda Industries Ltd, Pune India
Product Development Engineer (May2018-July2018): Fiber Optics Services, Mumbai, India.
Junior Research Fellow (Dec 2017-May2018): National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
Project Trainee Engineer (June2016-July 2017): Raja Ramanna Center for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), Indore , Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India, India


Verma R., Ostapovec A.: On the interaction of migrating {11-26} twin boundary with nucleus of {10-12} twin in Mg at T -> 0 K. Low Temp. Phys. 49 (2023) 1257-1262


Ostapovec A., Verma R., Serra A.: Unravelling the nucleation and growth of {1 1 -2 2} twins. Scr. Mater. 215 (2022) 114730

Verma R., Král L., Ostapovec A.: Faceting of {11-26} twin interfaces in rolled pure magnesium. Philos. Mag. 102 (2022) 861-874