Dr. Sushil Kumar
Associate Professor

sushil.kumar@chitkarauniversity.edu.in

Expert Areas : Modern Physics, Engineering Physics, Nuclear Physics, Quantum Mechanic

Dr Sushil Kumar, Associate Professor of Physics, received his M.Sc. degree from I.I.T.  Roorkee (formerly University of Roorkee) and PhD in Nuclear Physics from Panjab University, Chandigarh. His Ph. D. work was concerned with the alpha and cluster-decay studies of various nuclei, from light mass region to super heavy mass region in the nuclear chart. Dr Sushil Kumar has visited the University of Messina, Italy where he has chaired one session in International Symposium based on the Quasifission Process in Heavy Ion Reactions and presented his work in 2010. Dr Sushil Kumar has successfully organized an International Conference on “Recent Trends in Nuclear Physics-2012” with the support of the DST, DAE-BRNS, CSIR, UGC, and INSA. He has also published the conference proceeding in AIP, the USA as an editor.

Presently Dr Sushil Kumar is an editor of the Physics Journal; “Journal of Nuclear Physics, Material Sciences, Radiation, and Applications”, a refereed and indexed journal with worldwide reputed Advisory Board and Editorial Board members. The Journal has published many issues and getting a good response from the research community.

In June 2014, Dr Sushil has presented his work at JINR, Dubna, Russia, being a member of first official India-JINR Forum. Dr Sushil is an active blogger and has a youtube channel where he has covered many physics topics efficiently, a number of video views signify its importance. apni Physics web blog was founded by Dr Sushil Kumar, for the benefit of students and fellow physicists alike.

‘Apni Physics’ is an effort to create a better platform and also to help the students to be able to have content at their hands whenever they want, online. Dr Sushil continues to upload his lectures and post articles about latest researches in physics, academic, physics education, and also lessons about daily life and how physics define every aspect of our everyday movement and life.

Dr Sushil Kumar observed that mostly teacher use analogy in the classroom to explain the physical pictures in modern time too.

He had started his video lectures since 2013 and applies various tools to develop the physical concept effectively. He is tech-savvy and uses computer applications (software and hardware) in his video lectures effectively. He uses;

  1. Picture into picture mode video lectures
  2. Simulations
  3. Animations
  4. Graphics tablet+ digital pen
  5. Various Screen recorder in a different mode
  6. A direct camera recorded videos
  7. and Green screen

He himself edit the video and add to the text, transitions, zooming, animation, and subtitle within different languages.

He is not only creating the digital content but playing with the search engines too. Dr Sushil, uses SEO principles for web posts and pages and keens in digital marketing. Role of the keywords, selection of the keywords, Click per charges (CPC), etc., uses effectively by him because of that some posts and pages rank on the first page of google.

He always learns new things about digital technologies and effectively used that scientifically for research and publications purposes. He learns and shares the information with his colleagues to make aware of various social media importance.

He has guided more than six M. Phil students and was the mentor of one PhD student. Dr Sushil Kumar gives a talk at Nuclear Physics Meet held from June 26-30, 2015 which was organized by Prof. Suresh K. Patra at Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar on the occasion of the 40th-year academic celebration of the Institute.

In addition to this, he has also delivered an invited talk at the Govt. College, Kathua, Jammu in two days National Conference on “Role of Mathematics and Computer Science in Advancement of Physics-2016” from 26thto 27th February 2016. Dr Sushil Kumar is a life member of Indian Nuclear Society, India. Dr Sushil Kumar is an avid researcher and has published his work in renowned international Journals.

Recently, he had attended a one-week advanced level training programme on Bibliometrics and Research Output Analysis during 22nd – 27th July 2019 at INFLIBNET.

DR. SUSHIL KUMAR
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Patents
  • Education
  • Service

Research Ids

ORCiD0000-0002-5231-0495
Web of Science Researcher ID: I-1325-2019
ArXiv: http://arxiv.org/a/kumar_s_5

VIDWAN IDhttps://vidwan.inflibnet.ac.in/profile/93393

Research Publications

1) The cluster–core model for the halo structure of light nuclei at the drip lines

Raj K Gupta, Sushil Kumar, M Balasubramaniam, G Münzenbergand Werner Scheid

Published 11 March 2002 • Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle PhysicsVolume 28Number 4

 

2) The formation and decay of superheavy nuclei produced in 48Ca-induced reactions

Sushil Kumar, M Balasubramaniam, Raj K Gupta, G Münzenbergand W Scheid

Published 21 February 2003 • Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle PhysicsVolume 29Number 4

 

3) Structure effects in the region of superheavy elements via the α-decay chain of 293118

Raj K Gupta, Sushil Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, M Balasubramaniamand W Scheid

Published 17 October 2002 • Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle PhysicsVolume 28Number 11 

 

4) New magic numbers in exotic light-nuclei near drip-lines.

Raj K. Gupta, M. Balasubramaniam, Sushil Kumar, S. K. Patra, G.Munzenberg and Walter Greiner,  J. Phy. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 32 (2006) 565-571.

 

5) Shell closure effects studied via cluster decay in heavy nuclei

Sushil Kumar, Ramna Raniand Rajesh Kumar

Published 7 November 2008 • 2009 IOP Publishing Ltd
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle PhysicsVolume 36Number 1

 

6) Decay studies of 288−287115 alpha-decay chains

Sushil Kumar, Shagun Thakur and Rajesh Kumar

Published 16 September 2009 • 2009 IOP Publishing Ltd
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle PhysicsVolume 36Number 10

 

7) Decay studies of rare-earth nuclei to superheavy elements and the associated shell effects

Sushil Kumar, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 282 (2011) 012015. 1742-6588

 

8) Theoretical studies of rare-earth nuclei leading to 50Sn-daughter products and the associated shell effects,

Sushil Kumar, Ukrainian Journal of PhysicsVol. 57, No.5, 493 (2012). 0372-400X

 

9) α decay chains study for the recently observed superheavy element Z=117 within the isospin cluster model

Sushil Kumar Phys. Rev. C 85, 024320 – Published 27 February 2012  https://journals.aps.org/prc/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevC.85.024320

 

10) Study of Alpha Decay Chains of Superheavy Nuclei and Magic Number Beyond = 82 and = 126.

Shagun Thakur, Sushil Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, Brazilian Journal of Physics, Vol. 43, (2013). 152-161

 

11) Extensions of Natural Radioactivity to 4th-Type and of the Periodic Table to Super-heavy Nuclei: Contribution of Raj K Gupta to Cold Nuclear Phenomena.

Bir Bikram Singh, Sushil Kumar, Manoj K. Sharma, and S. K. Patra, Journal of Nuclear Physics, Material Sciences, Radiation and Applications, Vol.1, No.2, 133, (2014)

SYMPOSIA/CONFERENCES:

  1. α-decay chains and cluster- decays of superheavy 269-271 110 Nuclei. Sushil Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, M. Balasubramaniam, R. K. Gupta, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, SINP Kolkata, India 44B (2001)
  2. New Magic Numbers in Exotic Light Drip-line Nuclei. Sushil Kumar, M. Balasubramaniam, and R.K. Gupta, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, Tirunelveli, India 45B (2002). 
  3. Cluster decay studies of nuclei leading to Sn and Zr daughter products. Sushil Kumar, M.Balasubramaniam and R. K. Gupta DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, BARC Mumbai, India 46B (2003).  
  4. Proton Radioactivity far From the β- Stability Line, Sushil Kumar, Neeru Jumwal­, Rajesh Kumar, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, I.I.T. Roorkee, India Vol.53 (2008) 533.
  5. Systematic alpha decay study and predictions for new superheavy elements. Sushil Kumar, Shagun Thakur and Rajesh Kumar. International DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, BARC, Mumbai, INDIA 54 220 (2009)
  6. Shell closure effects associated with tin daughter, Sushil Kumar, International DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics,  BARC, Mumbai,INDIA 54, 204 (2009)
  7. Study of alpha decay of Superheavy Elements. Shagun Thakur, Sushil Kumar, Rajesh Kumar. International DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics,  BARC, Mumbai, INDIA 54 226(2009)
  8. Decay studies of rare-earth nuclei to superheavy elements and the associated shell effects. Sushil Kumar, International Symposium: Quasifission Process in Heavy Ion Reactions, University of Messina, Piazza Pugliatti, ITALY, November 8–9, 2010
  9. Cluster-decay studies of rare-earth nuclei and the associated shell effects. Sushil Kumar, Raj. K. Gupta. DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, BITS, Pilani-333031, 55 172(2010) India 
  10. Alpha-decay chains study of the new element Z=117. Sushil Kumar, Shagun Thakur, Rajesh Kumar, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, BITS, Pilani-333031, 55 174(2010) India
  11. Alpha decay half-lives and Q-values of superheavy element Z=108. Shagun Thakur, Sushil Kumar, Rajesh Kumar, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, BITS, Pilani-333031, 55 178(2010) India
  12. A systematic study of the decay of rare-earth nuclei for possible 100Sn radioactivity, Sushil Kumar,  100Sn Workshop, University of York. Aug 6 – 7, 2011 (on-line presentation).
  13. Alpha decay chains study of new superheavy element Z=117. Sushil Kumar. Third International Workshop on “Compound-Nuclear Reactions and Related Topics (CNR*11), Prague, Sep 19-23, 2011.
  14. Pb-Radioactivity in superheavy elements. Sushil Kumar. DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam 56 216 (2011) India.
  15. Symmetry energy/isospin term role in the alpha decay process of the superheavy nuclei, Sushil Kumar, 75-years of Nuclear Fission: Present Status and Future Perspectives May 08-10, 2014, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai-400 085, India.
  16. Role of nuclear surface tension coefficient in the alpha decay process of the superheavy nuclei. Sushil Kumar, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics December 08-12, 2014 Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi- 221005; A107-page 248
  17. Estimated α-decay half-lives of even-even Z=120 SHEs n the range of neutron number 172 ≤ N ≤ 186 Sushil Kumar, Arun Sharma, DAE Symposium on Nuclear Physics, Vol. 60, Page-230, December 07-11, 2015, Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Prasanthi Nilayam-515134, A.P. India.
  18. Computer Approaches in Physics Learning- Its Merits and Demerits, Sushil Kumar, National Conference organized by Department of Physics26-27th February 2016 Govt. College, Kathua (J & K).

 

EDITOR/BOOK PUBLISHED:

  1. Proceedings of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS – AIP CONFERENCE SERIEStitled “INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT TRENDS IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS” by Dr Sushil Kumar & Prof. A. K Jain. Vol. 1524, ISBN: 978-0-7354-1147-0
  2. EDITOR: Journal Of Nuclear Physics, Material Sciences, Radiation And Applications, Registration No.: CHAENG/2013/51628, ISSN Online No.: 2321-9289, Indexed.
  3. THE ENGINEERING PHYSICS: 2nd Ed, 2015, Chitkara University Publications ISBN 978-93-82782-04-9

 

TEACHING:

Modern Physics, Engineering Physics, Nuclear Physics, Quantum Mechanics

ONLINE COURSES

Graduate online courses managed at WordPress CMS http://apniphysics.com/courses

INVITED TALK DELIVERED:

  1. International symposium on” Quasifission in heavy-ion reactions” at University of Messina, Italy from 8-9 Nov 2010. Chairman: G.GIARDINA (Messina, Italy) Co-Chairmen: A. K. NASIROV (Dubna, Russia) S. PIRRONE (Catania, Italy).
  2. INDIA-JINR Forum; Frontiers in Nuclear, Elementary Particle and Condensed Matter Physics, JINR, Dubna, Russia 16-20th  June 2014.
  3. 40th year of academic activities NUCLEAR PHYSICS MEET, Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, June 26-30, 2015.
  4. National Conference on “Role of Mathematics and Computer Science in Advancement of Physics” organized by Department of Physics, Govt. College, Kathua (J & K), 26-27th Feb. 2016
  5. Faculty Development Programme entitled “Design and Development of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)” at Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib,(Pb), 16-20th Dec.2019.

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ORGANIZED :

  1. Chairperson of International Conference on “RECENT TRENDS IN NUCLEAR PHYSICS-2012” ICRTNP-2012 in collaboration with Prof. A. K. Jain, IIT Roorkee dated 19-21 Nov. 2012 at Chitkara University, Himachal Pradesh.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP:

Life Member of Indian Nuclear Society, India.                             Membership No. LM-9980

Affiliate Member of IOP Institute of Physics, London.                 Membership No.1129295

Member of Society for Promotion of Science and Technology

in India (SPSTI)

 

PATENT FILED:

Improved multifunctional duster and eraser assembly for writing board | Patent no: 1369/DEL/2015, Patent application filing date: 15/05/2015

 

M.Sc. degree from I.I.T.  Roorkee (formerly University of Roorkee)

Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics from Panjab University, Chandigarh

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Dy. Dean, Publications, Associate Professor of Physics, Chitkara University, Punjab 2019 to till date
Dy. Dean, Publications, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, Chitkara University, (H. P.) 2013- 2019
Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Sciences, (Graduate courses taught: Engineering Physics) Chitkara University, (H.P.) 2008- 2013
Lecturer, Department of Physics, (PG courses taught: Nuclear Physics), Lovely Professional University, (Pb) 2007-2008
Lecturer, D.A.V. College, Abohar (Panjab University, Chandigarh) (PG courses taught: Nuclear Physics, Quantum Mechanics) 2005-2007
Lecture, DAV College, Sec-10, Chandigarh (Graduate Course taught)  2004-2005