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Resume for prakash J. for Researcher / Scientist / Chemicals & Petro-Chemicals in Logan, Utah




Occupation: Researcher / Scientist Industry: Chemicals & Petro-Chemicals
Country: United States City: Logan
State: Utah ZIP: 84341



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Prakash Raj J.
Aggie villageE, Logan, Utah,
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Cell:
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Areas of interest
Photothermal spectroscopy
Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles
Raman, Fluorescence, IR Absorption and Emission Spectroscopy
GC and HPLC
Atomic Absorption and Emission Spectroscopy
Education:
Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, Utah State University, US
Dissertation: PulsedLaser Exited Photothermal Study Of Glasses And Nanoliter Cylindrical
Sample Cell Based On Thermal Lens Spectroscopy
M. Phil., Physical Chemistry, Kathmandu University, Nepal
Dissertation: Synthesis, Characterization, and thermal studies of complexes of Copper II,
Mercury II and Cobalt II with sulfur and Nitrogen containing ligands.
M. Sc., Physical Chemistry, Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal
Dissertation: Spectroscopic studies on Methylineblue crystal violet and complexes with
Montmorillonite.
B. Sc., Major: Chemistry, Zoology & Botany Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal
Work Experience:
Graduate research and teaching assistant, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Utah State
University
Incharge, Headed the department, Chemistry Department, Kathmandu University
Assistant professor, Kathmandu University, Nepal
Lecturer, Chemistry Department, Kathmandu University
Instructor, Chemistry Department, Kathmandu University
High School Science Teacher, Trinagar High School, Nepal
University and departmental committee assignments:
Member, Chemistry Subject Committee, Kathmandu University
Chairman, Chemistry Subject Committee, Kathmandu University
Incharge, Instrumentation Laboratory, Chemistry Department, Kathmandu University
Member, FacultyRecruiting Committee, Chemistry Department, Kathmandu University
Expert Member of Arsenic Monitor for Water, Royal Nepal Academy of Science and Technology,
RONAST
Research and publication:
i. Prakash R. J.,Oluwatosin O. Dada, and Stephen E. Bialkowski “Pulsed Laser Excited
Photothermal Lens Spectrometry of CdSxSex Doped Silica Glasses” Applied
Spectroscopy,
ii. Prakash R. J., Oluwatosin O. Dada, and Stephen E. Bialkowski “Pulsed Laser Excited
Photothermal Lens Spectrometry of Cadmium Sulfoselenide Doped Silica Glasses”
Journal of Physics: Conference Series
iii. Luis C. Malacarne, Nelson G. C. Astrath, Paulo R. B. Pedreira, Renio S. Mendes, Mauro
L. Baesso, Prakash R. J. and Stephen E. Bialkowski “Analytical solution for mode
mismatched Thermal Lens spectroscopy with samplefluid heat coupling” Journal of
Applied Physics, ,
iv. Nelson G. C. Astrath, Luis C. Malacarne, Gustavo V. B. Lukasievicz, Marcos P.
Belancon, Mauro L. Baesso,Prakash R. J. and Stephen E. Bialkowski, “pulsedlaser
excited thermal lens spectroscopy with samplefluid heat coupling” Journal of Applied
Physics ,
v. Photothermal Lens Spectrometry in Nanoliter Cylindrical Sample Cells In progress
vi. Effect of surface deformation phenomenon due to pulsed laser excitation of glass on
photothermal lens signal In progress
vii. Pulsed Laser excited photothermal study of gold nanoparticles In progress
vii Determination of sizes of silver spherical nanoparticles using UVVIS
spectroscopy Future project
Conference presentations
Poster presentation
o “Pulsed Laser Excited Photothermal Lens Spectrometry of CdSxSex Doped Silica
Glasses” th American Chemical Society, ACS, National Meeting & Exposition March
, Salt Lake City, UT
o “Photothermal Lens Spectrometry in Nanoliter Cylindrical Sample Cells” th American
Chemical Society, ACS, National Meeting & Exposition August , Washington,
DC
o Stephen E. Bialkowski, Oluwatosin O. Dada, and Prakash R. J., “Finite Element
Analysis Predicts Features in Photothermal Spectroscopy Signals”, th International
Conference of Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena, Leuven, Belgium, July
o Stephen E. Bialkowski, Oluwatosin O. Dada, and Prakash R. J., oral presentation
“Pulse Laser Excited Photothermal Spectrometry of CdSxSex Doped Silica Glasses” ,
th International Conference of Photoacoustic and Photothermal Phenomena, Leuven,
Belgium, July
Awards:
National Education Award, , Education Ministry, His Majesty Government of Nepal
Professional society affiliations:
American Chemical Society
Society for Applied Spectroscopy
Computational skills:
Comsol Multiphysics Finite element analysis modeling software
Code V Optical design software
Professional references
Stephen E. Bialkowski PhD supervisor
Professor Analytical
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Utah State University
Logan, UT
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Robert S. Brown
Associate Professor Analytical
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Utah State University
Logan, UT
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Steve Scheiner
Professor Physical
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Utah State University
Logan, UT
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Vernon D. Parker
Professor PhysicalOrganic
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Utah State University
Logan, UT
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