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Chandrika Narayan

Chandrika Narayan is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Physics Department at UMass Lowell.
Chandrika Narayan Assistant Teaching Professor

Education

  • Ph.D.: Physics, (1992), University of Massachusetts - Lowell, MA
    Dissertation/Thesis Title:Tuning of the Schottky barrier height using bi-metallic layered structures
  • MS: Physics, (1988), University of Massachusetts - Lowell, MA
    Dissertation/Thesis Title:Modeling and Numerical Computation for Surface States
  • MS: Physics, (1985), University of Connecticut
    Dissertation/Thesis Title:Measurement of the Beam Waist for He-Ne Laser

Selected Publications

  • Narayan, C., O'Connor, M., Kegel, G., Mittler, A., Brodeur, C. (1998). Analysis of Van de Graaff ion source with Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy. Nucl. Instru. and Meth. in Physics Research B, 134(2) 271-275.
  • Narayan, C., Karakashian, A., Chen, S. (1996). The Stark effect for surface states in a finite superlattice structure. Nucl. Instru and Meth. in Physics Research B, 118 396-399.
  • Narayan, C., DeSimone, D., Jen, C. (1992). Fluences and spectra of accelerator generated fast neutrons. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 39(6) 2052-2059.
  • Narayan, C., Karakashian, A., Kegel, G. (1991). Tuning of the Schottky barrier height using bi‐metallic layered structures. Appl. Phys. Lett, 59(20) 2541.