Aryabhatta Centre for Nanoscience& Nanotechnology (ACNN)
Center for Post Graduate Studies & Doctoral Research,
Aryabhatta knowledge University, Patna
Dr. Rakesh Kr Singh, Doctoral Alumnus of Patna University, and he was born at Kasamra village, Dhamdahablock of Purnea district of Bihar. At present he is an Assistant Professor cum Professor Incharge - Establishment, in Centre for Nanoscience& Nanotechnology of Aryabhatta Knowledge University Patna . He has also Worked as a Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics, Patna Women's College, Patna University Since August 2004 to 2013. He did his Ph. D and Post-Doctoral work in Ferrite Magnetic Nanomaterials. Apart from Teaching-Learning & Evaluation and Co-curricular activities, he has guided, UGC-Sponsored Research Projects under 'College with Potential for Excellence' (CPE) status scheme, and Basic Scientific Research (BSR), UGC- Govt. of India, Special scheme (Total Projects: CPE : 09 and BSR : 07 = 16). He has been the Organizing secretary/ Conveners/ Coordinators of more than 60 conferences/ Seminars of International/ National repute along with keen interest in innovative Physics teaching in class room through low cost / No cost experiments. Presently he is working as a principal investigator on a UGC –Minor Research project on rare earth substitute nanoferrite. Dr. Rakesh Kr Singh published more than 60 research publications/ Books/ Chapter in a book on Physics teaching, Research and Popularization in International/ National Journals/ proceeding etc.
To his credit, he has received many recognitions / awards, such as : Senior Resource Person of Utsahi Physics Teachers, coordinated by Prof. H.C.Verma, Dept. of Physics, IIT Kanpur in May 2009, Young Scientist Award in 1st Global Bihar Science Conference held at Patna Science College, Patna University in May 2008, Master Resource Person of International Year of Physics – 2005, International year of Astronomy – 2009 (Trained by DST, Govt. of India and proclaimed by united nations) and invited by DST, Govt. of India to attend the Interactive meet of Nobel Laureates' and Science Icons of European Union, Germany held VigyanBhawan, New Delhi on 8th February 2007.
He visited more than 40 academic institutions across the country as a Resource Person i.e in IIT's, NIT's , +2 Schools/ Colleges to nurture young minds for shaping society and Physics teaching/ Research interesting.
Research findings from thousands of credible published sources by Chicago, USA - High beam research (higheamresearch.com), One new finding in nanotechnology reported by Rakesh Kumar Singh and co-authors is getting large no of citations at International level and is being cited by peer reviewed referred journals published from large no. of countries that include Poland, Romania, USA, China, Italy, etc. Recently one research paper on Ni-Zn ferrite nanoparticles was also selected among best 20 papers in Evans Library of Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.
He has academic linkage / Collaboration / Life membership with followings
1.Senior Resource person of Utsahi Physics Teachers, coordinated by Prof. H.C.Verma, Dept. of Physics, IIT Kanpur (utsahiphysicsteachers.com)
2. Society for Scientific Values, Delhi,
3. Science for Society, Bihar, member, NCSTC-network, Delhi
4. BBrainDevelopement Society,
5.Magnetic Society of India, Hyderabad
6 The Art of Living Foundation, India
7. Indian Association of Physics Teachers( Joint. Secretary, Bihar state unit)
8. Indian Science Congress.