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									                                            SHRUTI BADHWAR
MS (Engg) Student                                                                   Email Id:
Molecular Electronics Lab                                                           Mobile No: +91-9886559868
CPMU, JNCASR, Jakkur                                                                Lab no:    +91-80-22082823
Bangalore-560064, India                                                             Url :

Personal Details : Female, Indian Citizen

Objective: To pursue a doctoral degree in low dimensional systems, and subsequently use technology for society.


          Degree                             Institute                   Year        CGPA/         Remarks

   M.S.(Engg),Material             Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for        Aug’2007 to    7.2/8.0      Completed 5
         Science                      Advanced Scientific               present                   courses in 1
                                       Research(JNCASR)                                            semester

   Btech, Electrical and       Vellore Institute of Technology, VIT   2003-2007      9.26/10     Gold Medallist
  Electronics Engineering                    University
                                   Vellore, Tamil Nadu-632014

   12th Standard, CBSE            Kendriya Vidyalaya, Air Force          2002        92.0 %         1st / 250

   10th Standard, CBSE          Kendriya Vidyalaya, Ganeshkhind          2000        93.0 %         1st/ 100
                                       Pune, Maharashtra

Research Interests:
Experimental and Theoretical Investigations in Nanoelectronics, Nanophotonics, Spintronics, Optoelectronics,
NEMS and Sensors

Relevant Courses:
Graduate Level: Quantum Mechanics, Physical Chemistry, Nanoelectronics-Device Fabrication and
characterization, Computational Methods.
Undergraduate Level: Digital Signal Processing, Control Systems, Electric Machines, Electromagnetic field theory,

Computer Skills:
Programming Languages: C/C++, FORTRAN 90, Assembly language: Intel 8085
Software: MATLAB-Control System tool Box /DSP tool Box/PDE tool Box, Simulink.
           LabView, PSpice, TCAD-Synopsys
Operating System: Linux, Windows
Other Software: Mipower (Commercial Software for power system analysis), Origin, Easy Plot

Laboratory Skills:
Fabrication of flexible electronic devices, Operation of Glove Box, AFM, Manual Probe Station and PVD, Electrical
Instrumentation (DC and AC)

1. Optimum Design of Organic Electrochemical Transistors for Applications in Bio-Chemical Sensing, Shruti
Badhwar and K.S Narayan, Journal of Sensors, 702161, 2008

2. Response of Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistor in Magnetic fluid environment, Shruti
Badhwar and K.S Narayan (submitted to Phys. Rev. B, Rapid Comm.)

1. Effect of Bottom Contact and top Contact geometry on the performance of Electrochemical type Transistors,
Shruti Badhwar and K.S Narayan, International Conference, IUMRS-ICAM, 2007

2. Response of isolated single walled carbon nanotube field effect transistors (SWNTFET) in a ferrofluid
environment, Shruti Badhwar and K.S Narayan, In-House Symposium, Best Poster Award, JNCASR, Nov 2008

3. Single wall carbon nanotube field effect transistors in a ferrofluid environment, MRS- Spring 2009 Meeting, San
Francisco (abstract accepted)

1. Single wall carbon nanotube FETs turn on with Ferrofluids, Best Oral Presentation Award, Chemistry and
Physics of Materials Unit Day, JNCASR (August 2008)

Research Experience:

Position , Advisor/Employee, Year                                    Project Description
                                       Probable Title: Response of isolated single wall carbon nanotube field
         M.S.(Engg) Thesis             effect transistors to ferrofluid environment.

    Prof K.S Narayan, JNCASR           The project involves monitoring the electrical characteristics of isolated
                                       single wall carbon nanotube field effect transistor (SWNTFET) when the
          Aug 2007-present             carbon nanotube is in the vicinity of single domain magnetite nanoparticles
                                       (nanomagnets). We observe huge changes in the SWNTFET electrical
                                       characteristics caused by interaction between the nanomagnets, as well as
                                       interaction between nanomagnet and nanotube. We explain our results
                                       using concepts from static and dynamic micromagnetism. We have carried
                                       out DC as well as AC measurements. Our results have implications in the
                                       understanding and development of novel spintronic devices.

                                       Motivation: Modeling device flexibility and surface roughness, in Organic
                                       Solar cells, to demonstrate improved photocurrent action spectra
     M.S.(Engg) Course Project
                                       The project dealt with a numerical methods approach to the transfer matrix
    Prof Vidhyadhiraja, JNCASR         solution for photovoltaic systems. The photocurrent generation model is
    Prof K.S Narayan, JNCASR           based on the finite difference solution of the exciton transport diffusion
                                       equation, in a 1 D case. The internal optical electric field and energy
         Aug 2007- Dec 2007            dissipation due to an incident plane wave was calculated. The model was be
                                       used to study the effect of a number of device parameters, on the
                                       performance and optimization of the photovoltaic cell.

                                       Optimisation of Organic Electrochemical Transistors for applications in
                                       Bio-chemical Sensing
         Research Assistant
                                       Experiments involving position dependence of liquid-analyte (~70 nl) on
   Prof K.S Narayan, JNCASR            the transient response of electrochemical transistors based on conducting
                                       polymers (PEDOT: PSS) were carried out. These experiments gave useful
        May 2007- July 2007            insight on the electrical anisotropy in PEDOT: PSS.

         Btech Dissertation            Design, Fabrication and Characterisation of Organic Electrochemical
   Prof K.S Narayan, JNCASR
      Dr. Gargi Raina, VIT             Electrochemical transistors based on the conducting polymer Poly (3, 4-
                                       ethylenedioxythiophene): poly (styrene sulfonate), (PEDOT: PSS) were
        Dec 2006– May 2007             experimentally studied. The scaling effect of gate electrode on the device
                                       sensitivity and response time for top contact and bottom contact geometry
                                       was reported. These results provided an insight on the optimum design of
                                       bio-chemical sensors. In another set of experiments, the effect of liquid and
                                       solid electrolyte on the transfer and transient characteristics of the device
                                       was explored, to gain an understanding of the mechanism of gate
                                       modulation in the electrochemical transistor.

                                       Motivation: Novel applications of conjugated polymers : Position sensors
                                       and optically gated OFETs demonstrated by lab seniors
  Summer Research Fellowship
                                       The effect of surface treatment on the alignment of polymer chains, and
   Prof K.S Narayan, JNCASR            hence on the mobility of conjugated polymer films, such as regio-regular
                                       Polythiophene (P3HT) was investigated. In another problem, Poisson’s
        May 2006-June 2006             equation was numerically solved for sandwich device structures with
                                       asymmetrical electrodes to obtain the electric-field profiles, using
                                       MATLAB. Additionally, electrochromism in commercially available
                                       PEDOT: PSS was demonstrated for the first time in the lab.

Teaching Experience:
   1.   Teaching Assistant for a course on ‘Electrodynamics’ for Integrated PhD students (Jan - April 2009 term)
        at JNCASR, Bangalore.

Awards and Honours:

   Year                        Award                    Organisation                      Remarks

 Sep 2007           Rajiv Gandhi Science Talent             JNCASR         Awarded to 15 students, selected from
                          Research Fellow                                  120 summer research fellows based on
                                                                                 completed project reports

March2007         Chancellor’s Gold Medal for the            VIT            Selected from top two rank holders of
                      Best Outgoing Student                                   every department in the university
                                                                          (~ 30/8000) out of whom 7 students were
                                                                               nominated and then interviewed.

 Oct 2007                     Gold Medal                     VIT               Rank 1, Department EEE, VIT

  Oct 2005      Kalpana Chawla Scholarship Award          Society for       II Position, for outstanding achievement
                                                          Automotive                  as a woman engineer

   and              Summer Research Fellowship               JNCASR              120 students selected from 5000
 May 2007                                                                                  applicants.

 May 2006           Summer Research Fellowship           IIT Madras                             -

  Dec 2006       Partial Financial Support for Btech     Material
                               project                   Research                               -
                                                         Society of
                                                         India, MRSI

  Nov 2006               Endowment Award                       VIT                Best Academic Performance

March 2004
March 2005                Merit Scholarship                    VIT                   Top 10% in Academics
March 2006
  2002             Certificate of Merit, Chemistry            CBSE                     Top 0.1% All India

    2000         Certificate of Merit, Social Science         CBSE                     Top 0.1% All India

    2004                  Merit Scholarship                  Kendriya                           -

    2003            Benevolent Merit Scholarship             Indian Air                         -

Undergraduate Projects:

               Event/Place                                       Project Title                          Remarks

 Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL), Ghaziabad                Simulation of Radar Display,                     4 weeks
              May-June 2005                                      C Program                          Industrial Training

National Symposium, organised by Electrical        Automatic Monitoring of Temperature             Working Model
  Department by VIT, sponsored by IEEE             variation over a heterogeneous surface      Exhibition:
             Madras-Section                                                                          1st Prize
             February 2005

 Intra-college fest, organised by Electrical     Measurement of electrolytic properties of      Paper Presentation:
   Department, VIT, sponsored by IEEE                 materials using E-MOSFET                       2nd Prize
               October 2004

Industrial design Contest, Organised by IIT                   Artificial Nose                  Design Concept
    Madras as a part of Shaastra-2005                                                          submitted
               October 2005

‘Freedom to Innovate’ Contest Organised by       Simulated Vision Based landing Aid            Design Concept
                Honeywell                                                                      Submitted
              February 2006

  Power Electronics and Electrical Drives       Comparison of the performance parameters       Course project
               Laboratory                       of Full-Wave and Half-wave Controlled
             November 2006                      Thyristor based Converter at RL and RLE

        Utilization of Electrical Energy        MATLAB program for the design of               Course project
                   April 2006                   Lighting system of the hostel rooms

 INTEL Science Talent Search, Bangalore          Power generation from seismic vibrations      Patent pending
            January 2003

Leadership Activities:

    Year                               Organisation                                        Remarks

  Aug 2008                     Student’s residence, JNCASR                           Student Representative
                                                                                Elected by the student community

  Aug 2007                     Student’s residence, JNCASR                  Student Member, Cultural Committee
                                                                                 Organiser, Literary Events

 2006-2007          Society for Automotive Engineers (SAE-India), VIT                    Co-Secretary
 2005-2006                           Collegiate Club                                   Programme Chair
 2004-2005                                                                              Reception Chair

Oct 2005-Feb            Students for the Exploration and Development of                Vice-Chairperson
    2006                          Space (SEDS), VIT Chapter

Professional Body Membership:
   1.    Student Member: IEEE (2004 – present)
   2.    Student Member : Indian Society for Technical Education(ISTE),Institution of Engineers

Extracurricular Activities:
   1.    Participant and Winner at National, Inter-College, Inter-School Debating and Speech Competitions
   2.    Participant and Winner at Inter-College Poetry and Creative Writing Contests
   3.    Active Member of Creative Club, Literary Association, Debating Society, Dramatics Club at
         Undergraduate Level.

    4.   Attended Entrepreneurship workshops at IIT Madras and Technology Business Incubator, VIT
    5.   Learning ‘Mohiniyattam’, a south Indian classical dance form.

I hereby declare that the above mentioned information is true to the best of my knowledge.

    1.   Prof K.S Narayan
         Molecular Electronics Lab
         Chemistry and Physics of Materials Unit
         Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR)
         Jakkur, Bangalore – 560064, Karnataka

         Phone No: 91-80-2208-2822, Fax: 91-80-2208-2766

    2.   Prof Navakanta Bhat
         Microelectronics Lab
          Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
         Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
         Bangalore-560012, Karnataka

         Phone No: 91-80-2293-2279, Fax: 91-80-2360-0563

    3.   Dr N.S Vidhyadhiraja
         Theoretical Sciences Unit
         Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR)
         Jakkur, Bangalore – 560064, Karnataka

         Phone No: 91-80-2208-2790, Fax: 91-80-2208-2767


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