Professor H. Bailung

The Basic and Applied Plasma program (BAPP) at IASST is focussed on two broad areas

  1. Basic Plasma Science which mainly includes study of fundamental processes in low temperature laboratory plasma
  2. Applied Plasma Science.

 
The thrust areas of basic research in BAPP section are waves and instabilities in multicomponent plasma and in dusty plasma. In multicomponent plasma the recently discovered Peregrine soliton, the so called prototype of the rogue wave in the ocean has been investigated in its semi localized forms. In dusty plasma nonlinear wave phenomena associated with low frequency dust acoustic waves and nonlinear structures such as Mach cone, vortex formation etc., which are associated with dusty plasma flow has been a subject of intense investigation. Very low density plasma with near ionospheric plasma condition has been experimentally realised using a magnetic filter. The near ionospheric plasma is mixed with negative ions to study the sheath modification.
 
In the applied plasma section, the research is engaged on the development of Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) and efficient electrode assembly with the incorporation of nanostructured catalyst using plasma. Cold atmospheric pressure plasma systems have been developed for various applications including deposition of composite polymer films with selective properties on metal surfaces as well as water purification. A liquid plasma discharge reactor has been developed and utilized it for the synthesis of nanomaterial in water/ionic liquid. The synthesis process has the advantage of not using any highly toxic reducing agent. The liquid plasma reactor has potential application in synthesis of nanomaterial with tuneable optical and structural properties. A survey to develop a business model on IASST patented plasma coating process on bell metal industries of the country has been initiated with financial support from DSIR, Govt. of India.

 

Basic plasma research

 

Investigation of ion acoustic solitons

The nonlinear evolution of wave envelope in a nonlinear dispersive medium is described by the Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation (NLSE) leading to the formation of well-known envelope soliton. NLSE also admits another type of localized structures and there has been great interest in those spatially and/or temporally localized structures often called as breather solutions in many diverse fields, e.g., fiber optics, hydrodynamics, plasmas, etc. Experimentally second order ion acoustic Peregrine breathers in multicomponent plasma with a critical concentration of negative ions has been observed. In plasma, this is the first report on the observation of second order Peregrine breathers which appeared in water wave experiment for the first time in 2012.

1st

Double plasma device for soliton experiment

 

Production of low density low temperature plasma relevant to low earth orbit (LEO) condition using magnetic filter

Low temperature plasmas have been widely applicable in many fields. Some of its application is frequently seen in biomedical purposes. Laboratory production and computer simulation of low temperature plasma along with low density have found its suit in understanding the Low earth orbit (LEO) plasma. The LEO zone has a maximum altitude of 2000 km above the earth’s surface. Low density and low temperature plasma relevant to LEO have the plasma parameters in the range electron density,  and . A magnetic filter is a special arrangement of magnets placed in alternate pole orientation. The basic property of the magnetic filter is to restrict the flow of high energy electrons. The ions are not affected by the magnetic field and are considered as unmagnetized. The diffusion through the magnetic filter is supported by the elastic electron – neutral collisions. The final outcome is a quiescent low temperature low density electron – ion plasma.

2nd

Device for experiment on near ionospheric plasma

 

Sheath characteristics in low temperature low density plasma near to low earth orbit (LEO) condition

Sheath studies in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) plasma have gained significance over the years. One of its applications is to understand the spacecraft/satellite interaction with LEO plasma. The interaction leads to the accumulation of the charged particles from the surrounding plasma on the spacecraft surface which leads to the surface charging and extending electrostatic fields into the space. This results in surface arc charging causing contamination and degradation of the spacecraft surface and sensors. The contamination modifies the thermal, optical and surface properties. Perturbing the ambient environment, waves and other plasma instabilities are excited in the plasma environment. These waves when interact with surrounding environment uncover boundless information about the plasma medium. Plasma wake structures are generated behind the spacecraft with its interaction with flowing plasma. The spacecraft surface at high potential interact with ions and neutrals leading to chemical reactions with degradation and surface sputtering. Simulating an environment with ionospheric plasma condition in the laboratory would help in calibrating future rocket based ion and electron detectors.

 

Dusty plasma research

 

Experimental studies on dusty plasma flow past an obstacle

A dusty (or complex) plasma is composed of electrons, ions and a neutral background with additional micron to nanometer sized charged components in it. Dust, when exposed to the plasma environment, immediately become charged by collecting electrons and ions. Laboratory study of such charged dust particles in plasma, has introduced a great variety of new phenomena associated with waves and instabilities and has also provided a number of interesting dynamical structures such as voids, vortices, Mach cones etc.

3rd
4th

Wave experiment in dusty plasma

 

Generation of dust density wave in nano dusty plasma and its suppression

The medium of normal electron-ion plasma containing nanometer size dust particles is commonly known as nanodusty plasma. Nano dusty plasma is observed in many astrophysical environments such as cometary tails as well as in laboratory condition such as fusion reactor and semiconductor processing devices. The presence of nano dust not only modifies the usual dusty plasma processes involving micron dust such as dust charging, wave generation etc. but also shifts the parameter domain of the collective dust dynamics.

5th

Nano dusty plasma experiment

 

In situ production of nanodusty plasma

Low temperature laboratory plasma plays a significant role in producing nanoparticles, metal oxides and nano-composites using different types of reactive gases. In most of the laboratory discharges, nanodusty plasma (i.e. plasma containing nanometer size particles) is produced either by introducing particles externally or by growing them inside the plasma. Plasmas containing nanoparticles are widely used and proposed in plasma technological applications for production of nanomaterial, metal oxides and surface deposition. They also provide the scope to study interstellar environments in laboratory.

6th

In situ dusty plasma production device

 

Plasma application research

 

Development of an atmospheric plasma jet for fabrication of super-hydrophobic surface

In the recent years, non-thermal atmospheric pressure plasma jet (APPJ) devices attracted significant attention due to their great potential for a variety of material processing and biomedical applications. In this type of non-thermal plasmas, the highly reactive chemical and charged species, metastable atoms and UV photons are generated by the high energetic electrons. These highly reactive species play the dominant role in surface modifications and helps the chemical reactions to occur at a lower temperature than the conventional methods.

7th
8th

Cold Atmospheric Plasma (CAP) jet for surface modification

 

Plasma-Liquid Interactions (PLI)

In this area, investigation of the plasma discharge both In and Above liquid have been carried out. A wide range of applications such as water treatment, nanomaterial synthesis etc. in PLIs are possible mainly due to the generation of various reactive species, UV radiations and shock waves in the plasma-liquid interface as well as inside the liquid. These methods give the flexibility in changing both the physical (plasma parameters) and chemical (liquid parameters) properties for the synthesis of desired nanomaterial.

9th
10th

In liquid plasma discharge for nanomaterial synthesis

 

Development of low loaded Pt based binary catalyst electrode for Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell

Fuel cells (FCs) are clean, efficient and sustainable energy source that produces electricity from fuels by electrochemical reactions. Among different types of fuel cells, PEM fuel cell has great advantage and is seen as a promising energy source for future use in transportation, weather stations, portable and stationary applications. But the cost of the most suitable and widely used Pt (platinum) catalyst is one of the main barriers in mass production of PEM fuel cell. Research efforts are being carried out to develop Pt – based alloy catalyst to minimize the use of Pt catalyst.

11th

Magnetron plasma device for fuel cell application.

 ACADEMIC

Ph.D. 1996 Gauhati University, Guwahati
M.Sc. 1986 Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh
B.Sc. 1983 Dibrugarh University
HSLC 1978 Secondary Education Board, Assam

EMPLOYMENTS

Dec. 2011           till date                  Prof. & Head IASST, Guwahati
Sept. 2002 – Nov. 2011                    Associate Professor IASST, Guwahati, Assam
Sept. 2000 – Sept 2002                   Assistant Prof. (Senior) IASST, Guwahati, Assam
Sept. 1996 – Sept 2000                   Assistant Professor IASST, Guwahati, Assam
Jan. 1994 – Sept. 1996                    Research Associate IASST, Guwahati, Assam
Mar. 1992 – Jan. 1994                     Lecturer in Physics Diphu Govt. College, Assam
Nov. 1987 – Mar. 1992                     Lecturer in Physics Science College, Jorhat,Assam
Dec . 1986 – Nov. 1987                    Lecturer in Physics Haflong Govt. College, Assam

AWARDS/ FELLOWSHIPS/HONOURS

  1. BOYSCAST Fellowship by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, to carry out advance level research work in the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS), JAPAN, (March 1998 to May1999).
  2. COE (Center of Excellence) Visiting Scientist (Govt. of Japan) at ISAS, Japan during May 2003-September 2003.
  3. Visiting Scientist, Yokohama National University, Japan, June 2008.

Other administrative and academic responsibilities:

  1. Registrar (i/c), IASST Guwahati during 2005-2009.
  2. Organized DST SERC School on Nonlinear Dynamics in Feb, 2009 at IASST as Convener.
  3. Organized 25th national Symposium on Plasma Science and Technology at IASST during 8-11 December, 2010 as Convener.
  4. rganized DST SERC School on Theory of Plasma Waves and Instabilities as Course Director in Feb. 2011.
  5. National Sym. on Nonlinear & Complex Phenomena [2015], IASST, Guwahati as Convener.
  6. Course Director, DST-SERB School on Plasma Theory 2016.
  7. Chairman, Academic Committee, IASST (2015 – till date).
  8. Member, Scientific Advisory Council, IASST (2009 – till date).
  9. Member, Finance committee, IASST (2009-2013) & (2019- till date).
  10. Member Program Advisory Committee (PAC), DST-SERB, Govt. of  India.
  11. Member, Building and works committee, IASST (2009 – till date).
  12. Member, Program Committee, DST SERB School on Plasma Science and Technology  (2014-2019) & (2019-2024).
  1. Suppression of spontaneous dust density wave by modulation of ion streaming, T Deka, B Chutia, Y Bailung, SK Sharma, H Bailung Plasma Science and Technology 22, 045002 (2020).
  2. Sheath characteristics in a magnetically filtered low density low temperature multicomponent plasma with negative ions B. Borgohain and H. Bailung,  Physics of Plasmas 26, 123511 (2019)
  3. Low loaded platinum (Pt) based binary catalyst electrode for PEMFC by plasma Co-sputtered deposition method I. Farid, A. Boruah, J. Chutia, A. R. Pal and H. Bailung Materials Chemistry and Physics, 236, 121796 (2019),
  4. Characteristics of dust voids in a strongly coupled laboratory dusty plasma Y. Bailung, T. Deka, Abhijit Boruah, S. K. Sharma, A. R. Pal, J. Chutia and H. Bailung Physics ofPlasmas, 25, 053705 (2018)
  5. Ion and electron sheath characteristics in a low density and low temperature B. Borgohain and H. Bailung Physics of Plasmas 24, 113512 (2017)
  6. Observation of ion acoustic multi-Peregrine solitons in multicomponent plasma with negative ions Pallabi Pathak, S. K. Sharma, Y. Nakamura and H. Bailung Physics Letters A, 381, 4011 (2017)
  7. Observation of self-excited dust acoustic wave in dusty plasma with nanometer size dust grains T. Deka, Abhijit Boruah, S. K. Sharma and H. Bailung Physics ofPlasmas 24, 093706 (2017),
  8. Study on discharge plasma in a cylindrical inertial electrostatic confinement fusion device N. Buzarbaruah, N. J. Dutta, D. Borgohain, S. R. Mohanty and H. Bailung Physics Letters A, 381, 2391 (2017)
  9. Observation of second order Peregrine breather in multicomponent plasma with negative ions P. Pathak, S. K. Sharma, Y. Nakamura and H. Bailung Physics of Plasmas 23, 022107 (2016)
  10. Observation of dust acoustic shock wave in a strongly coupled dusty plasma S. K. Sharma, Abhijit Boruah, Y. Nakamura, H. Bailung Physics ofPlasmas, 23, 053702 (2016),
  11. Observation of dust acoustic multi-solitons in a strongly coupled dusty plasma Abhijit Boruah, S. K. Sharma, Y. Nakamura and H. Bailung Physics ofPlasmas, 23, 093704 (2016),
  12. Oblique collision of dust acoustic solitons in a strongly coupled dusty plasma Abhijit Boruah, S. K. Sharma, H. Bailung and Y. Nakamura Physics ofPlasmas 22, 093706 (2015),
  13. Pulsed PECVD for Low‐temperature Growth of Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanotubes M Baro, D Gogoi, AR Pal, NC Adhikary, H Bailung, J Chutia Chemical Vapor Deposition 20 (456), 161169 (2014)
  14. Immobilization of trypsin on plasma prepared Ag/PPAni nanocomposite film for efficient digestion of protein D Gogoi, T Barman, B Choudhury, M Khan, Y Chaudhari, M Dehingia, H. Bailung, J. Chutia Materials Science and Engineering: C 43, 237242 (2014)
  15. Enhancement of proton conductivity of sulfonated polystyrene membrane prepared by plasma polymerization process B. K. Nath, A. Khan, Joyanti Chutia, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung, N. S. Sarma, D. Chowdhury, N. C. Adhikary Bulletin of Materials Science 37 1613-1624 (2014)
  16. Comparative study of nanocomposites prepared by pulsed and dc sputtering combined with plasma polymerization suitable for photovoltaic device applications AA Hussain, AR Pal, R Kar, H Bailung, J Chutia, DS Patil Materials Chemistry and Physics 148 (3), 540547 (2014)
  17. Head-on collision of dust-acoustic solitons in a strongly coupled dusty plasma S. K. Sharma, Abhijit Boruah, H. Bailung Physical ReviewE 89, 013110 (2014),
  18. Fabrication of a hetero structure device with Au/PPani–TiO2/ITO configuration and study of device parameters including current conduction mechanism AA Hussain, AR Pal, H Bailung, J Chutia, DS Patil Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 46 (32), 325301 (2013)
  19. Effect of post deposition annealing on the growth of nanocrystalline TiO 2 thin films and elastic anisotropy of rutile phase at different temperatures BK Sarma, AR Pal, H Bailung, J Chutia Journal of Alloys and Compounds 577, 261268 (2013)
  20. Observation of hole Peregrine soliton in a multicomponent plasma with critical density of negative ions S. K. Sharma, and H. Bailung Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics 118, 919 (2013)
  21. Growth of nanocrystalline TiO2 thin films and crystal anisotropy of anatase phase deposited by direct current reactive magnetron sputtering B. K. Sarma, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and J. Chutia Materials Chemistry and Physics 139, 979 (2013)
  22. Analysis of electron energy distribution function in a magnetically filtered complex plasma M. K. Deka, H. Bailung and N. C. AdhikaryChinese Physics B 22, 045201 (2013)
  23. Microstructural, optical, and dielectric properties of nanocrystalline TiO2 films prepared via ion-assisted magnetron sputtering BK Sarma, AR Pal, H Bailung, J Chutia International Journal of Materials Research 103 (5), 564570 (2013)
  24. Role of Plasma Parameters on the Conjugated Structure Retention in Polyaniline Thin Film A. A. Hussain, S. Sharma, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung, J. Chutia and D. S. Patil Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing 32, 817 (2012)
  25. Plasma Process for Development of a Bulk Heterojunction Optoelectronic Device: a Highly Sensitive UV Detector S. Sharma, A. R. Pal, J. Chutia, H. Bailung, N. S. Sarma, N. N. Das and D. Patil Applied Surface Science 258, 7897 (2012)
  26. Role of ion energy on growth and optical dispersion of nanocrystalline TiO 2 films prepared by magnetron sputtering with ion assistance at the substrate BK Sarma, AR Pal, H Bailung, J Chutia.Applied Surface Science 258 (15), 56595665 (2012)
  27. Characteristics of ion-acoustic solitary wave in a laboratory dusty plasma under the influence of ion-beam M. K. Deka, N. C. Adhikary, A. P. Misra, H. Bailung and Y. Nakamura Physics of Plasmas 19, 103704 (2012)
  28. Dust charge measurement in a strongly coupled dusty plasma produced by an rf discharge S K Sharma, Ranjan Kalita, Y Nakamura and H Bailung Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 21, 045002 (2012)
  29. A hybrid heterojunction with reverse rectifying characteristics fabricated by magnetron sputtered TiOx and plasma polymerized aniline structure B. K. Sarma, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and J. Chutia Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 45, 275401 (2012)
  30. Observation of Peregrine soliton in multicomponent plasma with negative ions H. Bailung, S. K. Sharma and Y. Nakamura Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 255005 (2011)
  31. TiO2/polyaniline nanocomposite films prepared by magnetron sputtering combined with plasma polymerization process Arup R Pal, Bimal K. Sarma, Nirab C. Adhikary, Joyanti Chutia, Heremba Bailung Applied Surface Science 258, 1199 (2011)
  32. Extended Conjugation in Polyaniline Like Structure Prepared by Plasma Polymerization Suitable for Optoelectronic Applications Bimal K. Sarma, Arup R. Pal, H. Bailung Joyanti Chutia Plasma Chem. Plasma Process 31: 741 (2011)
  33. Effect of E x B electron drift and plasma discharge in dc magnetron sputtering plasma S M Borah, A R Pal, H Bailung, and J Chutia Chin. Phys. B 20, 014701 (2011)
  34. Decorative Titanium Nitride Colored Coatings on Bell-Metal by Reactive Cylindrical Magnetron Sputtering S. M. Borah, H. Bailung, J. Chutia Prog. Color Colorants Coat. 3 74 (2010)
  35. Characteristics of ion acoustic modified Korteweg de Vries (KdV) solitons in multicomponent plasma with negative ions SK Sharma, K Devi, H Bailung Journal of Physics: Conference Series 208 (1), 012036 (2010)
  36. Study of the sheath potential structure using emissive probe in a dc magnetron plasma SM Borah, H Bailung, J Chutia Journal of Physics: Conference Series 208 (1), 012128 (2010)
  37. The influence of RF power and gas pressure on the surface characteristics of aluminium oxide deposited by RF magnetron sputtering plasma H Kakati, AR Pal, H Bailung, J Chutia Journal of Physics: Conference Series 208 (1), 012102 (2010)
  38. Charging of micrometer-sized dust grain in a low temperature and low density plasma produced using a magnetic filter H. Bailung, M. K. Deka, N C Adhikary and Y. Nakamura Plasma Source Sci. Technol..19 055005 (7pp) (2010)
  39. Effect of ion beam on the propagation of rarefactive solitons in multicomponent plasma with negative ions H. Bailung, S. K. Sharma and Y. Nakamura Phys. Plasmas 17, 062103 (2010)
  40. Ion-beam driven dust ion-acoustic solitary waves in dusty plasmas N. C. Adhikary, A. P. Misra, H. Bailung and J. Chutia Phys. Plasmas 17 044502 (2010)
  41. Characteristics of ion acoustic modified Korteweg de Vries (KdV) solitons in multicomponent plasma with negative ions S. K. Sharma, K. Devi and H. Bailung J. Phys.: Conf. Series 208, 012036 (2010)
  42. Production and characteristics of low temperature and low density plasma using a magnetic filter K. Devi, S. K. Sharma and H. Bailung J. Phys.: Conf. Series 208, 012050 (2010)
  43. Characteristics of large amplitude compressive ion acoustic solitary wave in ion beam multicomponent plasma S. K. Sharma and H. Bailung Phys. Plasmas 17, 032301 (2010) 1.913
  44. Observation of rarefactive ion acoustic solitary waves in dusty plasma N. C. Adhikary, M. K. Deka and H. Bailung Phys. Plasmas 16, 063701 (2009) 1.913
  45. Deposition of nanostructured crystalline and corrosion resistant alumina film on bell metal at low temperature by rf magnetron sputtering H. Kakati, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Applied Surface Science 255, 7403 (2009) 5.155
  46. Titanium nitride nano-structure by DC magnetron sputtering plasma S. M. Bora, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Indian J. Phys. 82 (2), 209 (2008) 0.988
  47. Hardness study of titanium nitride thin films deposited on bell-metal by cylindrical magnetron sputtering S. M. Bora, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Indian J. Phys. 82(6), 741 (2008)
  48. Synthesis and conductivity measurement of polyacrylamide in nano state P. Chetri, N. Sen Sarma, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung, Joyanti Chutia and N. N. Dass Asian Journal of Chemistry 20, 4413 (2008)
  49. Study on the influence of nitrogen on titanium nitride in a dc post magnetron sputtering plasma system S. M. Bora, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 41, 195205 (2008)
  50. Optimization of plasma parameters for high rate deposition of titanium nitride films as protective coating on bell-metal by reactive sputtering in cylindrical magnetron device S. M. Bora, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Appl. Surface Science 254, 5760 (2008) 5.155
  51. Transition of ion-acoustic solitary waves in multicomponent plasma with negative ions Sumita Kumari Sharma, Kavita Devi, Nirab Ch. Adhikary and H. Bailung Phys. Plasmas 15, 082111 (2008)
  52. Observation of ion-acoustic shock transition due to enhanced Landau Damping H. Bailung and Y. Nakamura and Y. Saitou Phys. Plasmas 15, 052311 (2008)
  53. Observation of sheath modification in laboratory dusty plasma N C Adhikary, H. Bailung, A R Pal, Joyanti Chutia and Y. Nakamura Phys. Plasmas 14, 103705 (2007)
  54. Synthesis of polyacrylamide in nano fine state and its thermal properties P. Chetri, N. N. Dass, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung, Joyanti Chutia and N. Sen Sarma J. Polym. Mater 24, 129 (2007)
  55. Investigation of the EXB rotation of electrons and related plasma characteristics in a radio frequency magnetron discharge H. Kakati, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 40, 6865 (2007)
  56. Effect of oxygen on the characteristics of radio frequency (rf) planar magnetron sputtering plasma used for aluminium oxide deposition H. Kakati, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia, J. Appl. Phys. 101, 083304 (2007) J. Appl. Phys. 101, 083304 (2007)
  57. Sheath and potential characteristics in rf magnetron sputtering plasma H. Kakati, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia J. Appl. Phys, 100 083303 (2006)
  58. Self-similarity of electrostatic fluctuations in a linear magnetised plasma system N. C. Adhikary, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Physics Letters A 350(5-6), 380 (2006)
  59. Ion beam interaction with a potential dip formed in front of an electron-absorbing boundary H Bailung, A R Pal, N C Adhikary, H K Gogoi and Joyanti Chutia Plasma Sources Sci. Technol. 15 59 (2005)
  60. Characteristics of pre-sheath in multicomponent plasma with negative ions D. Boruah, A. R. Pal and Joyanti Chutia Phys. Letts. A 333 (1-2), 102 (2004)
  61. Observation of ion-acoustic shock waves undergoing Landau damping Y. Nakamura, H. Bailung and Y. Saito Phys. Plasmas 11(8), 3925 (2004)
  62. Effect of a slow ion beam on ion-acoustic wave Y. Nakamura, H. Bailung and R. Ichiki Phys. Plasmas 11(8), 3275 (2004)
  63. Sheath characteristics in multi-component plasma with negative ions H. Bailung, D. Boruah, A. R. Pal and Joyanti Chutia PRAMANA- journal of physics 62, 1091 (2004)
  64. Influence of electron beam injection on plasma parameters and Sheath in a dc discharge plasma A. R. Pal, D. Boruah, N. C. Adhikary, H. Bailung and Joyanti chutia Journal of Appl. Phys. 94, 6328 (2003)
  65. Investigation of sheath properties in Ar/SF6 dc discharge plasma D. Boruah, A. R. Pal, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 36, 645 (2003)
  66. Influence of low energy ion beam on plasma sheath characteristics A. R. Pal, D. Boruah, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Physics Letters A 305, 419 (2002)
  67. Oblique collision of modified Korteweg-de Vries ion-acoustic solitons Y. Nakamura, H. Bailung and K. E. Lonngren Phys. Plasmas, 6, 3466 (1999)
  68. Observation of ion-acoustic shocks in a dusty plasma Y. Nakamura, H. Bailung and P. K. Shukla Physical Review Letters 83(8), 1602 (1999)
  69. A dusty double plasma device Y. Nakamura and H. Bailung Rev. Sci. Instrum 70(5), 2345 (1999)
  70. Oblique collision of plane ion-acoustic solitons in multicomponent plasma with negative ions H. Bailung and Y. Nakamura J. Plasma Phys., 61 151 (1999)
  71. Obsevation of low frequency mode in multicomponent plasmas B. Handique, H. Bailung, G. C. Das and Joyanti Chutia Phys. Plasmas 6 (5) 1636 (1999)
  72. Observation of sheath phenomena in multicomponent plasma with negative ions B.K. Sarma, A. Sarma, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Phys. Letts. A 244, 127 (1998)
  73. Characteristics of sheath instability in a double plasma device A. Sarma, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Phys. Plasmas 4(1), 61 (1997)
  74. Observation of beam enhanced sheath instability in double plasma device A. Sarma, H. Bailung and Joyanti Chutia Phys. Plasmas 3(9), 3245 (1996)
  75. Propagation of solitary ion wave packet in multicomponent plasma with negative ions H. Bailung, Joyanti Chutia and Y. Nakamura Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 7(1), 21 (1996)
  76. Chaotic attractors in ion-beam plasma system A. Buragohain, H. Bailung, B.K. Sarma, Joyanti Chutia & Y. Nakamura Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, 4(5), 667 (1994)
  77. Observation of modulational instability of ion-acoustic waves in multicomponent plasma with negative ions H. Bailung and Y. Nakamura J. Plasma Phys. 52(2), 231 (1993)

As Principal Investigator

Sl. No.TitlePeriod (Months) Total Grant(Rs.) Name of Sponsoring/ Funding Agency
1Microwave reflectometry for Plasma density measurement in Tokamak Plasma.2002-2005(36)18 LakhsDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
2Investigation on collective processes in laboratory dusty plasma.2006-2009 (36)14 Lakhs Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Govt. of India
3Basic experiments on multicomponent plasma with negative ions.2006-2010 (48)30 LakhsDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
4Investigation of rogue waves in multicomponent plasma with negative ions.2013-2016 (36)29 LakhsDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt. of India

As Co PI

Sl. No.TitlePeriod (Months)Total Grant(Rs.)Name of Sponsoring/ Funding Agency
1Study of the Sheath Induced Nonlinear phenomena
in Multi-Component plasma
1994-1998(36) 6.1 LakhsDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
2Metal Oxide Deposition by RF Sputtering2003-2006 (36) 16.9 LakhsDepartment of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India
3Studies on basic characteristics in Post Magnetron
Discharge plasma
2004-2007 (36)30 LakhsDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
4Development of RF plasma polymerization process for deposition of hard,transparent and corrosion resistant coatings on bell metal and surface modification of muga silk fibers.2007-2010 (36)24 LakhsBRNS, Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India
5Development of nanocomposite material based organic-inorganic hybrid flexible solar cell by plasma polymerization and magnetron sputtering combined system2010-201319 LakhsBRNS, Department of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India.
6Development of proton exchange membrane for fuel cell applications2011-201459 LakhsMinistry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India
7Development of plasma modified bio-membrane and low loaded electrode catalyst for proton exchange membrane fuel cell by plasma process.2015-201936 LakhsSERB, DST, Govt. of. India.
8Plasma based synthesis of materials for plasmonic infrared photodetector.2018-2021 (on going)83 LakhsSERB DST, Govt. of India

Dr. H. Bailung, Prof. & Head

Dr.  Joyanti Chutia, Emeritus Scientist

Dr. Sumita  K Sharma, DST Women Scientist

Dr. N C Adhikary, Technical Officer

 

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