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Gas SensorStudies On Sensor Film Deposition, ASIC Design And Testing
(20090429)The widespread use of Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) for cooking and as fuel for automobile vehicles requires fast and selective detection of LPG to precisely measure the leakage of gas for preventing the occurrence of accidental ... 
Gas Sensors  MicroHeater Designs And Studies On Sensor Film Deposition
(20090303)Current gas sensor technology, although meeting the minimum requirements in many instances, suffers for a number of limitations. Hence, there is currently a considerable volume of research being undertaken at many ... 
Generalizations Of The Quantum Search Algorithm
(20101203)Quantum computation has attracted a great deal of attention from the scientific community in recent years. By using the quantum mechanical phenomena of superposition and entanglement, a quantum computer can solve certain ... 
Geometric invariants for a class of submodules of analytic Hilbert modules
Let $\Omega \subseteq \mathbb C^m$ be a bounded connected open set and $\mathcal H \subseteq \mathcal O(\Omega)$ be an analytic Hilbert module, i.e., the Hilbert space $\mathcal H$ possesses a reproducing kernel $K$, the ... 
Geometrical and Topological Properties of CMB Polarization Fields
Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) is a relic from the early Universe. It was generated due to the physical processes in the early Universe during an epoch known as the recombination or decoupling epoch. The CMB has highly ... 
Geometry Optimization Of Axially Symmetric Ion Traps
(20090513)This thesis presents numerical optimization of geometries of axially symmetric ion trap mass analyzers. The motivation for this thesis is two fold. First is to demonstrate how the automated scheme can be applied to achieve ... 
Germanosilicate Fibers And Bragg Gratings : Newer Efforts In Understanding Photosensitivity And Novel Methods For StrainTemperature Discrimination
(20101203)The different topics covered in this thesis include photosensitivity in germanosilicate fibers/glasses and application of fiber Bragg grating sensors in simultaneous strain and temperature discrimination. Fiber Bragg ... 
Glassy Dynamics in Active Matter
There has been much interest in the glassy dynamics of living systems at the scales of subcellular structures, cells and tissues. This has motivated theoretical studies on the approach to glassy behaviour in dense systems ... 
Goldman Bracket : Center, Geometric Intersection Number & Length Equivalent Curves
(20171130)Goldman [Gol86] introduced a Lie algebra structure on the free vector space generated by the free homotopy classes of oriented closed curves in any orientable surface F . This Lie bracket is known as the Goldman bracket ... 
Graph Spectral Methods for Analysis of Protein Structures
Network representation of protein structures is an informationrich mode of examining protein structure, dynamics and its interactions with biomolecules. Graph spectral methods are extremely useful and powerful in analysing ... 
Graphene And Carbon Nanotubes : Field Induced Doping, Interaction With Nucleobases, Confined Water And Sensors
(20101208)This thesis presents experimental and related theoretical studies of single layer graphene, bilayer graphene and single walled carbon nanotubes. The thesis is divided into three parts; the first part describes the phonon ... 
Gravitational Waves From Inspiralling Compact Binaries : 3PN Polarisations, Angular Momentum Flux And Applications To Astrophysics And Cosmology
(20100903)Binary systems comprising of compact objects like neutron stars (NS) and/or black holes (BH) lose their energy and angular momentum via gravitational waves (GW). Radiation reaction due to the emission of GW results in a ... 
The Green's Function, the Bergman Kernel and Quadrature Domains in Cn
(20180608)In the ﬁrst part of this thesis, we prove two density theorems for quadrature domains in Cn ,n≥2. It is shown that quadrature domains are dense in the class of all product domains of the form D×Ωwhere D⊂Cn−1 is a smoothly ... 
Grothendieck Inequality
(20160620)Grothendieck published an extraordinary paper entitled ”Resume de la theorie metrique des pro¬duits tensoriels topologiques” in 1953. The main result of this paper is the inequality which is commonly known as Grothendieck ... 
Growth And Characterization Of Technologically Important Nonlinear Optical Crystals: Cesium Lithium Borate And Potassium DiDeuterium Phosphate
(20080930)Present day advanced technologies heavily rely on one particular class of matter, i.e. the crystals. It is the periodic nature of the atoms and the properties arising due to the periodicity in crystals that is exploited ... 
Growth and Physical Properties of Biaxial Nonlinear Optical Crystals of Ascorbic Acid Family
(20180226)Saccharides, a class of organic materials, are potential candidates for nonlinear optical applications. Ascorbic acid is a sugar acid and is classiﬁed as a monosaccharide. The molecule of ascorbic acid has two chiral centers ... 
Growth And Physical Properties Of Nonlinear Optical Crystals CsH(C4H4O5)H2O, CsLiB6O10 And NearStoichiometric LiNbO3
(20110118)NLO materials have been researched for nearly five decades from the point of view of understanding the basic mechanisms and also in the pursuit of new materials possessing improved properties. Materials satisfying a set ... 
Growth and Studies of Phase Transitions in Multifunctional Perovskite Materials
(20180611)Crystal growth and characterization of few multifunctional materials with perovskite (ABX3) structure are discussed in this thesis. Efforts were made to modify the magnetic and electric behaviour of these materials by ... 
Growth Aspects And Phonon Confinement Studies On Ion Beam Sputter Deposited Ultra Thin Films
(20110301)The broad theme of the present research investigation is on the preparation and characterization of the ultra thin films. The emerging field of nano science and technology demands the realization of different materials in ...