Dhirendra K. Sinha

Assistant Professor, (Science, Math, & Humanities)

Academic Qualifications

PhD (Physics): IIT Kanpur
MSc (Physics): IIT Delhi


Office: 9006/2, Block-9, GEC, Sector-28, Gandhinagar-382028.
Email: dhirendra.siha [at] iiitvadodara [dot] ac [dot] in
Phone: +91-9427100970, Internal: 524

He is an experimental Condensed Matter Physicist mainly interested in electronic and excitonic processes within organic semiconductors based electronic devices.

Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Information Technology Vadodara, December 2014 to Present
Assistant Professor, PSG Institute of Advanced Studies, Coimbatore
Assistant Professor, Centre for Applied Physics, Central University of Jharkhand

  • Dhirendra K. Sinha, Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Semiconductor Structures: Properties and Applications, NCRTP-2014, Conference , 2014
  • Dhirendra K. Sinha and Y.N. Mohapatra, Role of CdSe/ZnS Quantum Dots in Controlling Field Dependent Carrier Mobility in Polyflourene, IWPSD-2013, Conference , 2013
  • Durgesh C. Tripathi, Dhirendra K. Sinha, Awnish K. Tripathi, and Y.N. Mohapatra, Gaussian Model Parameters Determination from Simultaneous Measurement of Mobility and Diffusivity, IWPSD-2013, Conference , 2013
  • Upkar K. Verma, Dhirendra K. Sinha, Ashish Gupta, and Yashowanta N. Mohapatra, Gold nano-particles embedded organic semiconductor used in M-I-S structure for memory applications, IWPSD-2011, Conference , 2011
  • Dhirendra K. Sinha, Awnish K. Tripathi, and Y. N. Mohapatra, Temperature dependence of electroluminescence to isolate the role of CdSe/ZnS Quantum Dots in PFO based polymer light-emitting diodes, Materials Research Society, Conference , 2008
  • D. C. Tripathi, D. K. Sinha, C. K. Suman and Y. N. Mohapatra, Electrical characterization of solution processed MEHPPV/CNPPV heterostructures, Proc. of ASID-2006, Conference , 2006

Teaching Interests

As a teacher, he hopes to advance the intellectual development of the students to the best of his abilities. He teaches an introductory course on Physics (PHY-101) that reviews the Newtonian Mechanics and introduces the need of Quantum Mechanics. He also teaches Basic Electronic Circuits (EL-102) and their principle of operation. His focus is to inculcate in the engineering students an attitude of experimenting with their ideas. He is also working towards a science elective course: Introduction to Quantum Computing. The objective of this course is to guide computer science and other non-physics students through the conceptual and notational barriers that separate quantum computing from conventional computing and to acquaint them with this new and exciting field.

Important Links

C/O Block No. 9
Government Engineering College
Sector-28, Gandhinagar
Gujarat - 382028
Email: administration@iiitvadodara.ac.in
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