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Dr.John Philip
 
Designation  Associate Professor
Qualification  Ph.D.
Discipline  Physical Sciences Section/Division  SMARTS/MMG
CI Name  IGCAR, Kalpakkam
City  Kalpakkam Pin  603102
Email ID  philip@igcar.gov.in; philipj_2000@yahoo.com
Contact No  9443151536; 044-27480500 ext.26447
Broad Research Areas (Max 5 Lines)
1 Magnetic Nanomaterials and Nanofluids (Synthesis, Characterization and Physical  properties)
2 Soft matter- Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
3 Rheological, Optical and Thermal  Properties of Soft Matter
4 Intermolecular Interactions at Nanoscale
5 Development of Nanofluid Based Sensors 
Awards & Recognitions (Max 5)
1 Science and Technology excellence award (DAE) 
2 INS Medal
3 MRSI Medal
4 ISNT Award
5 Ron Halmashaw award of British Institute of NDT 
Selected Publications : Journal Papers / Books / Book Chapters / Patents (Max 10)
1 Physical Review E   89, 022310 (2014) ;  Leona J. Felicia and John Philip “Magnetorheological properties of a magnetic nanofluid with dispersed carbon nanotubes" DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.89.022310
2 Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2014, 53 (2), pp 980–988;   P. D. Shima and J. Philip “Role of Thermal Conductivity of Dispersed Nanoparticles on Heat Transfer Properties of Nanofluid”  DOI: 10.1021/ie403086g  
3 Sensors & Actuators: B., 185,488-495 (2013); V. Mahendran & J. Philip “A Methanol Sensor based on Stimulus Responsive Magnetic Nanoemulsions” 
4 Appl. Phys. Lett.  102, 163109 (2013); V. Mahendran & J. Philip  “Spectral Response of Magnetic Nanofluid to Toxic Cations” 
5 J. Phys. Chemistry C 117, 9009-9019 (2013); S. A. Angayarkanni & J. Philip  "Role of Adsorbing Moieties on Thermal Conductivity and Associated Properties of   Nanofluids." 
6 Langmuir 2013, 29, 4252−4258 ;V. Mahendran & J. Philip  “Sensing  of  Biologically Important Cations like  Na+, K+, Ca2+ , Cu2+and  Fe3+  using   Magnetic Nanoemulsions” 
7 RSC Adv., 3 (21), 8047 – 8057 (2013); J.Sangeetha & J.Philip “Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial property of Fe3O4-Cys-HNQ nanocomplex, with L-Cysteine molecule as a Linker”    
8 Appl. Phys. Lett.  102, 063107, (2013); V.Mahendran & J. Philip “ An Optical Technique for Fast and Ultrasensitive Detection of Ammonia Using Magnetic Nanofluids” 
9 J. Applied Physics 113, 054902 (2013)  ;S. Brojabasi & J. Philip  “Magnetic field dependant backscattering of light in water based ferrofluid containing polymer covered Fe3O4 nanoparticles” 
10  Langmuir 2013, 29, 110−120  ; Leona J. Felicia & J. Philip  “Probing of Field-Induced Structures and Tunable Rheological  Properties of Surfactant Capped Magnetically Polarizable Nanofluids”