Last Updated: April 28, 2007
Default faculty mailing address: Materials
Research Centre, Indian Institute of Science(IISc),
Bangalore - 560012, INDIA.
Phone: Country code-91; Bangalore city
code 80 from abroad and 080 from India.
Dr. Nanda obtained his Ph. D.. from IOP, Bubhaneshwar.
Following a short stint as a research associate
at IOP he held post-doctoral positions at the
Gerhard-Mercator University, Duisburg, Germany
and The Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.
He has been a faculty member of MRC since 2005.
- Synthesis of nanoparticles, nanowires and
- Electrical, optical and thermodynamic properties
of different nanostructures
- Field emission and gas sensing behavior of
- P. J. Grabowska, R. T. Rajendra Kumar, E.
McGlynn, K. K. Nanda, S. B.
Newcomb, P. J. McNally, L. O'Reilly, J.-P. Mosnier,
M. O. Henry, Growth and characterisation of
epitaxially ordered Zinc Aluminate domains on
c-Sapphire, Thin Solid Film (accepted).
- P. Mahanandia, P. N. Vishwakarma, K.
K. Nanda, V. Prasad, S. V. Subramanyam,
S. K. Dev and P. V. Satyam, Multiwall carbon
nanotubes from pyrolysis of tetrahydrofuran,
Bull. Mater. Res. 41, 2311 (2006).
- S. C. Vanithakumari and K. K. Nanda,
Phenomenological predictions of cohesive energy
and structural transition of nanoparticles,
J. Phys. Chem. B 110, 1033 (2006).
- K. K. Nanda, A simple classical
approach for the melting temperature of inert-gas
nanoparticles, Chem. Phys. Lett. 419, 195 (2006).
- K. K. Nanda, Bulk cohesive
energy and surface tension from the size-dependent
evaporation study of nanoparticles, Appl. Phys.
Lett. 87, 021909 (2005).