Neena Jaggi

Designation:    Professor
Department:    Physics
Qualification:    Ph.D. (Kurukshetra University)
Phone No:    01744233548, 01744291379, 9896197827
Area of Interest:    

Nanomaterials, Spectroscopy, Sensors based on Carbon nanotubes

Name : Neena Jaggi
Designation : Professor
Qualification : Ph.D. (Kurukshetra University)
Current Address :Number of Ph. D. theses guided 
Completed:  05
In progress: 04
Number of M. Tech dissertations (supervised / in progress): 
Completed:  60
In progress: 04
Future Interests: 
Fabrication of Composites of the Carbon Nano


Experience :
Teaching-30 years


Research papers published in SCI journals: 65

Research papers published in conferences: 105

International Research Presentations 

1. Presented a research paper “Samarium doped CdSe quantum Dots for improved electro-     optical properties” in International Symposium on Advanced Ceramics (ISAC-6), Tohokyu University, Sendai, Japan, March 12-14,2018.

2. Presented a research paper “Hydrogen gas sensing properties of Multiwalled carbon

nanotubes network partially coated with SnO2 nanoparticles at room temperature”

in the International conference on Nanotechnology and Biotechnology , Melbourne,

Australia, Dece. 11-12, 2014.

Research Projects (PI): 

“Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance effect of metal nanoparticles  (Au, Ag etc.) on the optical properties of nanophosphors for Plasmon Enhanced Fluorescence sensors” research proposal under grant of (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research) CSIR Human Resource Development group

Ion irradiation modifications in Polymer/metal oxides based composites of carbon nanotubes for sensitive gas sensors, Research proposal under IUAC, New Delhi.
Completed a project “Fabrication of thin films of composites of Multiwalled carbon nanotubes for their applications as sensors” sponsored by INUP, CEN, IIT, Mumbai.
Completed a project “To optimize the size and shape of noble metal nanoparticles from the deposited thin films for their application in surface Plasmon resonance” sponsored by INUP, CEN, IIT, Mumbai.
Completed a project “Fabrication of room temperature CO gas sensors based on Au decorated Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes on SnO2 sponsored by INUP, CEN, IIT, Mumbai.

Recent Publications

Rathee, N., & Jaggi, N. (2019). Time controlled growth of CdSe QDs for applications in white light emitting diodes. Vacuum, 169, 108910.
Rathee, N., & Jaggi, N. (2018). Hydrogen peroxide detection by hybrid Au–CdSe QDs: an indirect approach for sensing glucose level. Applied Nanoscience8(8), 2031-2038.
Rathee, N., & Jaggi, N. (2018). Homogeneous Plasmonic Au Nanoparticles Fabrication Using In Situ Substrate Heating by Sputtering. Plasmonics13(6), 2175-2182.
Kumar, P., Devi, P., Rodriguez, P. S., Jain, R., Jaggi, N., Sinha, R. K., & Kumar, M. (2018). Structural, optical and Carrier dynamics of self-assembled InGaN nanocolumns on Si (111). Superlattices and Microstructures, 117, 25-30.
Sharma, D., & Jaggi, N. (2017). Static refractive index engineering of a singlewalled carbon nanotube through co-doping: A theoretical study. Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, 131, 267-272.
Sharma, D., & Jaggi, N. (2017). Effect of co-doping on dielectric function spectra and static refractive indices of singlewalled carbon nanotubes: A first principles study. Canadian Journal of Physics, 95(12), 1194-1199.
Sharma, D., & Jaggi, N. (2017). Proximity Effect of Magnesium Diboride on Single- Walled Carbon Nanotube: an Ab Initio Study. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, 31(4),?1035-1042.
Sharma, D., & Jaggi, N. (2017). Co-doping as a tool for tuning the optical properties of singlewalled carbon nanotubes: A first principles study. Physica E Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures, 91?C,?93-100.
Dhall, S., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Hydrogen Gas Sensing Characteristics of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes Based Hybrid Composites. Journal of Electronic Materials, 45(1), 695-702.
Sharma, D., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Vibrational spectra and phonon dispersion analysis of a single-walled zigzag carbon nanotube: A first principles study. Canadian Journal of Physics, 94(10), 1112-1118.
Dhall, S., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Effect of oxide nanoparticles on structural properties of multiwalled carbon nanotubes. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1107, 300-304.
Jaggi, N., Sharma, D., & Sharma, P. (2016). MnO2/PVP/MWCNT hybrid nano composites as electrode materials for high performance supercapacitor. Materials Research Express, 3(10), 105503.
Dhall, S., Sood, K., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Effect of highly dispersed sputtered silver nanoparticles on structural properties of multiwalled carbon nanotubes. Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 41, 109-113.
Sharma, D., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Two-Gap Superconductivity in Niobium Carbide- Coated Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: A First-Principles Study. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, 1-7. 30(2) 371-377.
Yadav, K., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Aging effect on the structural and optical properties of ZnSe nanostructures. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 27(1), 393- 398.
Kajal, P., Pooja, D., & Jaggi, N. (2016). Structural and optical properties of ZnO nanorods synthesized via template free approach. Materials Research Express, 3(6), 065011.
Dhall, S., & Jaggi, N. (2015). Room temperature hydrogen gas sensing properties of Pt sputtered F-MWCNTs/SnO 2 network. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 210, 742- 747.

Conferences organized: 

Secretary, 1st Rashtreeya Yuva Vaigyanik Sammelan, Nov. 28-30, 2008, NIT, Kurukshetra.
Coordinator, 3rd National conference on “Nanoscience and Instrumentation Technology, June 06-07 2015, NIT, Kuruskhetra.
Coordinator, 5th National conference on Nanoscience and Instrumentation

Technology, March 05-06, 2017, NIT, Kuruskhetra.

Chairperson and Convener, 6th National conference on “Nanoscience and

Instrumentation Technology, March 29-30, 2018, NIT, Kuruskhetra

Coordinator, 7th National conference on “Nanoscience and Instrumentation Technology, March  09-10, 2019, NIT, Kuruskhetra.

Short term courses conducted: 

Coordinator, one week short term course on Advanced Materials and Characterization, June 08-12, 2015, NIT, Kurukshetra.
Coordinator, one week short term course on Emerging Materials: Synthesis and Characterization, June 06-11, 2016, NIT, Kurukshetra.
Coordinator, one week short term course on Nanomaterials for Advanced Applications (NAA-2018) conducted in the School of Material Science and Technology (SMST), NIT Kurukshetra during March 09-13,2018

Convener, One week short term course on Advances in Photonics and Hybrid Nanomaterials (March 22-28, 2018)

Significant outreach activities  

Coordinator in Vidyarathi Vigyan Manthan held on April 14, 2018 at NIT Kurukshetra

Coordinator in International Women Day held on 08 March, 2018 at NIT Kurukshetra
Coordinator in Vidyarathi Vigyan Manthan held on April 14, 2017 at NIT Kurukshetra
NITI Aayog Project on Women Scientists held on May 03, 2017