Sami Ullah is an Ist year BCFN Doctoral student (Ph.D.). His research background is nanoscience and nanotechnology. He is currently involved with his Theta Project which he along with his teammate is doing in Diamond lab under the supervision of Professor Neil Fox. His research interests are 2D materials based thin films and their applications in energy storage and sensing. Sami Ullah has worked on research projects relevant to his interests in Taiwan and India as well. Sami Ullah has got a teaching experience of almost one year from his home country. Sami Ullah holds a Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in Nanotechnology and Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Electronics and Communication (ECE) from Jamia Millia Islamia- A Central University, New Delhi and University of Jammu, respectively.
1) “Development of MWCNTs/alumina composite tap by using gel cast technique for optical detector in the IR region: CNT concentration and light intensity dependent comparative study”
Abid, Rumysa Manzoor, Samrah Manzoor, Sami Ullah, Nishitha Saxena, Mohd Talib, Poonam Sehrawat and SS Islam http://www.rpsonline.com.sg/rps2prod/nbl2016/proceedings/pdf/nbl16-rps-236.pdf
2)“Development Of MWCNT Based NIR Sensor By CVD Method”
Abid, Nishant Tripathi, Poonam Sehrawat, Mohd Talib, Sami Ullah, Prabash Mishra, Manika Khanuja, S.S. Islam (Proceedings on ICANN- 2016, JMI-New Delhi)
3) " A Study on Alignment of CNTs: Different Approach and its Advantages"
Mohammad Wasil Malik, Nishant Tripathi, Sami Ullah, Nezam Uddin, Naseem, S.S. Islam (Proceedings on ICANN- 2016, JMI New Delhi)
4) "Pankaj B. Agarwal, Sami Ullha and Sumit Sharma, “Functionalized Graphene for NO2 Sensing: Kelvin Probe-based Contact Potential Difference (CPD) Measurements", presented at 19th International Workshop on Physics of Semiconductor Devices (IWPSD) – 2017, IIT Delhi, 11 th -15 th December 2017.