Dr. Prasad Joglekar

Dr. Prasad Joglekar

Assistant Professor

Dr. Prasad Joglekar has completed his Ph.D. in Applied Physics from the University of Texas at Arlington, USA. His Ph.D. dissertation is based on studying the fundamental Auger transitions in single crystals: Ag(100) and Cu(100) using the Auger Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy. He has conducted his post doctoral work at the Max Planck Institute for Microstructure Physics, Halle, Germany. His post doctoral work involved growing thin film magnetic material films and studying its fundamental stoner excitations using   Spin Polarized Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (SPEELS).   His research interest are: surface physics, spectroscopy, Positron spectroscopy, Thin film growth, characterization and application. He has authored 9 research articles in reputed journals and has presented his work in national and international conferences. He has been a visiting researcher at TU Wien, Vienna, Austria for a short duration. He has worked in IIT Bombay, India as a technical staff. 


Ph.D (Applied Physics)

M.Sc. Physics (Electronics)

Selected Research Papers:

 S Satyal, P Joglekar, S Kalaskar, K Shastry, S Hulbert, A Weiss. “Measurement of the background in Auger photoemission coincidence spectra (APECS) associated with multi electron and inelastic valence band photoemission processes” - Journal of electron spectroscopy and related phenomenon, 195 (2014) 66-70, May 2014

P V Joglekar, R Gladen, V.A.Chirayat, A.J.Fairchaild, S Kalaskar, K Shastry, Z. Lim, Q. Dong, S.L. Hulbert, R. A. Bartynksi, Wolfgang S. M Werner and A.H.Weiss “Measurement of the full electron spectrum associated with the Ag N3VV Auger transitions: Evidence for the contribution of multi-electron Auger processes”. Journal of electron spectroscopy and related phenomenon, 235 (2019) 16-22, June 2019.

A Chirayat, R. Gladen, A. MacDonald, A Fairchild, P.V. Joglekar,A. H. Weisset.al.  “A multi-stop time-of-flight     spectrometer for the measurement of positron annihilation induced electrons in coincidence with the Doppler-shifted annihilation gamma photon.” Rev. Sci. Instrum. 91, 033903 (2020); https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5140789


Teaching : 5 Years

Technical and Research: 11 Years 

Subjects taught:

Concepts of Nanophysics, Nanotechnology, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Engineering Physics, Material Science, Electronics