CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Shyamalendu M. Bose

Department of Physics

Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA  19104

 

 

EDUCATION

 

           Ph.D.   University of Maryland, Maryland

                       Major:  Solid State Physics.  Minors:  Nuclear Physics, Mathematics

 

           M.S.    University of Calcutta, Calcutta, India

                       Major:  Physics.  Special Subject: Nuclear Physics

 

           B.S.     University of Calcutta, Calcutta, India

                       Major:  Physics.  Minors:  Chemistry, Mathematics

 

 

POSITIONS HELD

 

           Professor of Physics, Drexel University                                          1983-Present

 

           Senior Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences                    1993-1996

                                                                                                                    1997-2000

           Interim Dean, College of Arts and Sciences                                   1996-1997

 

           Associate Dean for Graduate Study and Research                         1992-93

 

           Associate Professor of Physics, Drexel University                          1976-1983

 

           Assistant Professor of Physics, Drexel University                          1970-1976

 

           Post Doctoral Fellow, Catholic University                                      1967-1970

 

 

VISITING POSITIONS

 

Visiting Scientist, University of Dusiburg-Essen

Duisburg, Germany                                                                          March 2012

 

Visiting Scientist, National Institute of Science and Technology

Berhampur, Orissa, India                                                                 Jan. – Feb. 2011

 

Visiting Scientist, University of Dusiburg-Essen

Duisburg, Germany                                                                          September 2010

          

           Adjunct Professor, Institute of Materials Science

           Bhubaneswar, India                                                                         2007-present

 

           Visiting Professor, School of Physics                                              March 2005

           University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India

 

           Visiting Scientist, University of Duisburg-Essen

           Duisburg, Germany                                                                          Summer 2001     

 

           Visiting Professor, Institute of Physics                                           Jan. 02-Feb. 02

           Bhubaneswar, India (Sabbatical)                                                     Nov. 00–Feb. 01

                                                                                                                   

           Visiting Professor, Department of Applied Mathematics               Spring 1986

           University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

 

           Visiting Scientist, Schlumberger-Doll Research                              Summer 1982

           Center, Ridgefield, Connecticut

 

           Consulting Engineer, Nuclear Analysis Group                                1980-1984

           United Engineers

 

           Chef de Traveaux, International Center for Theoretical                  AY 1976-77 

           Solid State Physics, University of Liege, Belgium (Sabbatical)

 

           Engineer, United Engineers, Philadelphia                                       Summer 1974

 

 


RESEARCH

 

 

RECOGNITION FOR EXCELLENCE IN RESEARCH

 

Winner of the 1990 Drexel University Research Achievement Award in recognition of outstanding research contributions.

 

 

MAJOR AREAS OF RESEARCH

 

A.                Quantum dots

 

B.                 Metallic nanoshells

 

C.                 Graphenes, carbon nanotubes, fullerenes and nanostructured materials

 

D.                Photo-induced magnetization of diluted magnetic semiconductors

 

E.                 Thermoelectric materials

 

F.                  High-Temperature superconductivity

 

G.                Many-body physics:  Plasmonics, Applications to soft x-ray emission and absorption spectra, x-ray photoemission spectra, Auger and appearance potential spectra, ricochet spectroscopy of metals    

 

H.                Electronic properties of surfaces and interfaces of solids

 

I.                   Properties of disordered solids and dilute magnetic alloys

 

 

RECENT INVITATIONS TO INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

 

1.                  4th Annual World Congress of NanoMedicine-2013 held during June 5-7, 2013 in Suzhou, China.. (unable to attend).

 

2.                  Chief Guest at the Annual Function of the Science Society of Science College, Hinjilicut, Orissa, February 5, 2011.

 

3.                  First International Conference of Nanomedicine held in Beijing, China during October 23-25, 2010 (u able to attend).

 

4.                  National Workshop on Electron Dynamics in Quantum Systems, Digha, West Bengal, India, February 17-19, 2010.

 

5.                  Indian National Symposium, University of Berhampur, Orissa, India, February 6-7, 2009.

 

6.                  Silver Jubilee Convention of Orissa Physical Society and National Conference on Recent Developments and Prospects of Physics, Cuttack, India, February 2-3, 2008.

 

7.                  Indian Physics Symposium, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois on July 19, 2004.

 

8.                  Indo-US workshop on “Nanoscale Materials: From Science to Technology” Puri, India during April 5-8, 2004.

 

9.                  International Symposium on the Structure and Dynamics of Heterogeneous Systems, University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany, November 20-21, 2003.

 

10.              International Conference on Phonons in Condensed Materials, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, India, January 20-23, 2003 (was unable to attend).

 

11.              International Symposium on the Structure and Dynamics of Heterogeneous Systems, Gerhard-Mercator University, Duisburg, Germany, November 28-29, 2002.

 

12.              Indian Physics Summit, University of Illinois at Chicago, June 7-8, 2002.

 

13.              Annual Meeting of the Physical Society of Orissa, Bhubaneswar, India, February 2002.

 

14.              Guest of Honor at the Golden Jubilee Celebration of the Post Graduate Department of Physics at Ravenshaw College, Cuttack, India, January 25, 2002.

 

15.              Symposium on Correlated Materials in memory Prof. C.K. Majumdar, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India, January 2001.

 

16.              Symposium on Condensed Matter Physics celebrating birth centennial of Prof. K.S. Krishnan, Calcutta, India, December 4-6, 1999.

 

17.              DAE Solid State Physics Symposium, Kalpakkam, Tamilnadu, India, December 20-24, 1999.

 

18.              Conference on Superconductivity, Hyderabad, India, December 15-17, 1997. 

 

19.              International Symposium on the Science and Technology of Atomically Engineered Materials, Richmond, Virginia, October 30 – November 4, 1995.

 

20.              Third International Symposium on Quantum Confinement:  Quantum Wires and Dots, Chicago, Illinois, October 8 – 13, 1995.                                            

 

21.              International Conference on Superlattices, Microstructures, and Microdevices, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 21 – 25, 1995.

 

22.              Workshop in High-Temperature Superconductivity, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, August 15 – November 11, 1994.

 

23.              International Symposium on Mathematical Physics, Calcutta, India, January 1 – 7, 1994.

 

24.              International Conference on S.N. Bose and 20th Century Physics, Calcutta, India, December 30, 1993 – January 5, 1994.

 

25.              International Symposium on Local Order in Condensed Matter Physics, Jekyll Island, Georgia, June 14 – 17, 1993.

 

26.              S. N. Bose Birth Centenary Inaugural International Symposium on Statistical Physics, Calcutta, India, January 1 – 4, 1993.

 

27.              Beijing International Conference on High-Tc Superconductivity, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, People’s Republic of China, May  25 – 29, 1992.

 

28.              International Workshop on Surface EXAFS, Jaipur, India, August 20 – 22, 1992.

 

29.              Gordon Godfrey Workshop on Condensed Matter Physics:  Strongly Correlated Electron Systems, Sydney, Australia, July 1 – 5, 1991.

 

30.              The University of Miami Workshop on Electronic Structure and mechanisms for High Temperature Superconductors, Miami, Florida, January 3 – 9, 1991.

 

31.              International Conference on High Tc Superconductors, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, April 2 – 6, 1990.

 

32.              The 12th International Congress on X-Ray Optics and Microanalysis, Cracow, Poland, August 28 – September 1, 1989.

 

33.              Second International Seminar on X-Ray and Electron Spectroscopy, Madralin Villa, Warsaw, Poland, September 4 – 7, 1989.

 

34.              Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, January 23 – 27, 1989.

 

35.              International Symposium on High Temperature Superconductivity, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India, July 6 – 8, 1988.

 

36.              Symposium on Theoretical Physics dedicated to Professor Niels Bohr, Calcutta, India, December 30 – 31, 1987.

 

37.              Second Asia-Pacific Physics Conference, Bangalore, India, January 13 – 17, 1986.

 

38.              International Conference on Scanning Electron Microscopy, Las Vegas, NV, April 1 – 4, 1985.

 

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION

 

1.      Co-organizer of the forthcoming International Workshop on Functional Materials (IWFM-2011) co-sponsored by Drexel University and National Institute of Science and Technology, Berhampur, India held during December 20-22, 2011 in Berhampur, India.

 

2.      Co-organized the International Workshop on Nanoscopic, Mesoscopic and Macroscopic Materials (IWMNMM-2008) co-sponsored by Drexel University and Institute of Materials Science, Bhubaneswar, India held during January 2-4, 2008 in Bhubaneswar, India. 

 

3.      Co-chair of the International Conference on the Science and Technology of the Nanostructured Materials co-sponsored by Drexel University and Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India, held in Puri, India during January 4-8, 2001.

 

4.      Co-chair of the International Workshop on High-Temperature Superconductivity: Ten Years After its Discovery co-sponsored by Drexel University and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India held in Jaipur during December 18 – 22, 1996.

 

5.      Co-chair of the highly successful conference entitled International Conference on High Temperature Superconductivity held at Drexel University during July 29 – 30, 1987.

 

Held in the early days of high temperature superconductivity, this conference was attended by approximately 450 people and attracted widespread news media attention.  About 40 newspapers across the country published articles on the conference.  Local television and radio stations also covered it.

 

6.      Member of the International organizing Committee of the First Asia-Pacific Conference on Condensed Matter Physics, Singapore, June 27 – July 3, 1988.

 

7.      Organizer and Session Chairman, SPS Zone 3 Conference on Energy:  The Challenge and the Future, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, April 1980.

 

 

 

SUPPORTED RESEARCH

 

Previously obtained grants for theoretical research on surface and interface physics and high-temperature superconductivity from NASA and NATO.

 

Received from the NSF grant to organize the 1996 international workshop on high-temperature superconductivity in Jaipur, India.

 

Received several NATO Research Grants for collaborative research with Dr. Pierre Longe of the University of Liege, Liege, Belgium.

 

Received a grant from NSF for travel to India for collaborative research.

 

Received a grant from Research Corporation for research on Auger electron spectroscopy.

 

 

 

RESEARCH SUPERVISION

 

A.                Post-Doctoral

 

1.      Dr. Yuriy M. Malozovsky, USSR, 1991 – 1992

2.      Dr. Joseph T. Schick, USA, ongoing

3.      Dr. Kenneth W. Sulston, Canada, 1987 – 1989

 

B.                 Visiting Scholars

 

1.                  Professor Peter Entel, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, December 2009.

2.                  Professor S.N. Behera, Director of Institute of Materials Science, 2009, 2004, 2002.

3.                  Dr. Saurabh Gayen, Adjunct Associate Professor, Drexel University, 2003 – 2009

4.                  Dr. Martin M. Sokoloski, Manager, Sensor and Communication

Technology, NASA, 1989 – 1990

5.                  Dr. Pierre Longe, Director of Research FNRS, University  of Liege, 1978 - 1998  

6.                  Professor Narendra Kumar, Professor of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, India, 1983 – 1984

 

C.                 Ph.D. Dissertation (completed)

 

1.                  William P. Engle, 1992

2.                  Joseph Schick, 1988

3.                  Russell Patrick, 1986

4.                  Steven Prutzer, 1984

5.                  Joseph Fitcheck, 1977

 

D.                Other Graduate Research

 

1.                  Michael Zuniga

2.                  Patrick Kiehm

3.                  Marcel Ausloos

4.                  Joseph Condo

 

E.         Undergraduate Research (Following students did their senior thesis projects under my supervision)

 

1.                  Didier Ndengeyintwali, 2010

2.                  S. Jordan Viss, 2010

3.                  Edward Zale, 2005

 

 

 

INVITATIONS FROM RESEARCH CENTERS AND UNIVERSITIES

 

1.                  March 2012, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany for research collaboration with Professor Peter Entel for two weeks

 

2.                  September 2010, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany for research collaboration with Professor Peter Entel for two weeks

 

3.                  January 2010, National Institute for Science and Technology, Berhampur, Orissa, India for research collaboration with Professor S.N. Behera

 

4.                  January 2009, 2008, 2007, Institute of Materials Science, Bhubaneswar, India for research collaboration with Professor S.N. Behera

 

5.                  March 2005, University of Hyderabad, India as a visiting professor for two weeks

 

6.                  August 2002, Gerhard-Mercator-Universitat at Duisburg, Germany for research collaboration with Professor Peter Entel.

 

7.                  January – February 2002, Institute of Physics in Bhubaneswar, India.

 

8.                  November 2000– February 2001, Institute of Physics in Bhubaneswar, India

 

9.                  Summer 1978 – 1998.  University of Liège, Liège, Belgium

 

Visited Liège a number of times to continue research collaborations with Dr. Pierre Longe.  Research supported by a NATO grant and Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique, Belgium.

 

10.              Fall 1980 – 1985.  C.E.N./Saclay, Giff-Sur-Yvette, France

 

Visited Saclay on several occasions to collaborate with Dr. C. Le Gressus and his group.  Invited to interpret some of their experimental results and to present seminars.

 

11.              Winter 1982 – 1983.  Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore; Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Calcutta; Vishva-Bharati University, Santiniketan; Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Calcutta, India.

 

Invited by these institutions to initiate research collaboration.  Travel supported by the NSF.

 

 

OTHER RESEARCH RELATED ACTIVITIES

 

A.    At the invitation of the organizers of the NATO Advanced Study Institute at Kusadasi, Turkey in 1998, co-edited the Proceedings of this ASI.

 

B.     Session Chairman at the March meeting of the American Physical Society. Session Chairman or Research Leader or Panelist at many international conferences and workshops including Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia; Trieste, Italy; Warsaw, Poland; Beijing, China; Jaipur, India; Calcutta, India; Porto Carras, Greece.

 

C.     External examiner for Ph.D. degrees for several international universities (Bengal Engineering and Science University, India; Visva-Bharati University, India; Australian National University, Australia; Waterloo University, Canada; Indian Association for the cultivation of Science, India; Rajasthan University, India; Institute of Physics, India).

 

D.  Reviewer of proposals for NSERC, Canada; U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF); Office of Naval Technology, USA.

 

D.    Referee for Physical Review Letters, Physical Review, Surface Science, Optics Communications, etc.

 

E.     Represented Drexel University at the annual meeting of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) in Boulder, CO.

 

F.      Invited International Lectures at

 

1.                  National Institute of Science and Technology, Berhampur, Orissa, India

2.                  Institute of Materials Science, Bhubaneswar, India

3.                  Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India

4.                  Indian Astrophysical Institute, Bangalore, India

5.                  Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, India

6.                  University of Natal, Durban, South Africa

7.                  University of Wits., Johannesburg, South Africa

8.                  University of Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa

9.                  National Center for Nuclear Research, Cape Town, South Africa

10.              G.M. College, Sambalpur, India

11.              Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

12.              Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

13.              Academia Sinica, Beijing, People’s Republic of China

14.              University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada

15.              Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Calcutta, India

16.              Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Calcutta, India

17.              Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

18.              University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India

19.              Burdwan university, Burdwan, India

20.              Vishva-Bharati University, Santiniketan, India

21.              University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

22.              C.E.N./Saclay, Giff-Sur-Yvette, France

23.              The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

24.              University of Liege, Liege, Belgium

25.              Universidad Autonoma, Madrid, Spain

26.              University of Lund, Lund, Sweden

27.              Institute of Theoretical Physics, Goteborg, Sweden

28.              NORDITA, Copenhagen, Denmark

29.              University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

30.              Institute of Von Laue and Langevin, Grenoble, France

31.              University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

32.              Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

33.              Chung Yuan Christian University, Chung-Li, Taiwan

34.              National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

35.              Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India

36.              University of Madras, Madras, India

 

 

G.    Other International Conference Participation

 

1.                  GDR-E/NanoE Meeting on the “Science and Application of Nanotubes” held in Houffalize, Belgium during October 10-13, 2005.

 

2.                  NATO Advanced Study Institute on Physics and Material Science of High Temperature Superconductivity, Kusadasi, Turkey, 1998.

 

1.                  European Research Conference on Chemistry and Physics of Multifunctional Materials, Espinho, Portugal, 1997.

 

2.                  NATO Advanced Workshop on Physics and Materials Science of High Temperature Superconductivity, Strbske Pleso, Slovak Republic, 1996.

 

3.                  Workshop on High-Temperature Superconductivity, Miami, Florida, 1995.

 

4.                  NATO Advanced Study Institute on Physics and Material Science of High Temperature Superconductors, Porto Carras, Greece, 1994.

 

5.                  SPIE Conference on Superconducting Superlattices and Multilayers, Los Angeles, January 24 – 25, 1994

 

6.                  NATO Advanced Study Institute on Physics and Materials Science of High Temperature Superconductors, Porto Carras, Greece, 1991.

 

7.                  Fourteenth International Conference on X-Ray and Inner-Shell Processes, Paris, France, 1987.

 

8.                  Workshop on Disordered Systems, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 1984.

 

9.                  X-Ray and Inner-Shell Processes in Atoms, Molecules and Solids, Leipzig, East Germany, 1984.

 

10.              X-Ray Processes and Inner-Shell Ionization, Stirling, Scotland, 1980.

 

11.              Surface Analysis 1979, Carlsbad, Czechoslovakia, 1979.

 

12.              X-Ray and XUV Spectroscopy, Sendai, Japan, 1978.

 

13.              Workshop on One-Dimensional Conductors, International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 1977.

 

14.              Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation, Montpellier, France, 1977.

 

15.              Electron Lifetimes in Metals, Eugene, Oregon, 1974.

 

16.              Amorphous Magnetism, Detroit, Michigan, 1972.

 

17.              Amorphous and Liquid Semiconductors, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1971.

 

 


TEACHING

 

 

RECOGNITION FOR EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING

 

Winner of the 1982 Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Award for distinguished teaching at Drexel University.

 

Awarded honorary membership of Phi Eta Sigma for outstanding teaching in freshman courses in 1980.

 

A.                Graduate Courses

 

Statistical Physics I, II, III

Many-Body Physics I, II

Mathematical Physics I, II, III

Classical Dynamics and Fluid Mechanics I, II, III

Classical Electrodynamics I, II, III

Group Theory and Symmetry Properties in Physics

Plasma Physics

 

B.                 Undergraduate Courses

 

Introductory Physics Sequence (Physics I, II, III, IV)

tDEC 201 and 202 recitations

Mathematical Physics

Solid State Physics

Classical Mechanics

Thermodynamics

Statistical Mechanics

Electromagnetic Fields

Plasma Physics

Concepts of Physics

Computer Programming

 

C.                 In addition to normal teaching duties, teach special reading courses at the request of students on a regular basis.  Significant courses include advanced topics in many-body physics, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, solid state physics, plasma physics, classical electrodynamics, mathematical physics and group theory.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL AND HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP

 

            American Physical Society

Sigma Xi

Sigma Pi Sigma

Phi Eta Sigma (honorary)

The Franklin Institute

Legion of Honor of the Chapel of Four Chaplains, Philadelphia, PA, inducted for community service.

 

 


SERVICE     

 

UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES

 

1.                  Member, University Committee on Tenure and Promotion Appeals Committee, 2010-2013. Was elected chairman in June 2011, but excluded by appellant

2.                  Chairman, Emeritus Professor Committee, 2010-2012

3.                  Member, College of professional Studies Promotion to Full Professor Committee, 2010

4.                  Member, Senate Committee on Faculty Affairs, 2003-present

5.                  Chairman, Review Committee of Sabbatical Applications, 2002-06

6.                  Chairman, Graduate Students Excellence Committee, 2006 - present

7.                  Best Ph.D. thesis Evaluation Committee, 2006 - present

8.                  Judge, Drexel University Research Conference, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2004, 2003, 2002

9.                  Member, MSA Taskforce on University Governance, 1999-2001

10.              Member, MSA Taskforce on Mission, Goals and Objectives, 1999-2001

11.              Member, MSA Taskforce on Graduate Education, 1999-2001

12.              Member, Graduate Academic Record Workgroup, 1999-2000

13.              Member, Strategic Planning for Corporate and Distance Education, 1999

14.              Member, Review Committee of B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering, 1997

15.              Member, Life Long Learning Committee, 1997

16.              Member, Evening College Dean Search Committee, 1996

17.              Member, Graduate Advisory Workgroup, 1995 – 1996

18.              Member, Graduate Curriculum Committee, 1994 – 1996

19.              Member, Assessment Committee, 1993 – 1995

20.              Member, Research Achievement Award Committee, 1995

21.              Member, Senate Committee on Faculty Affairs, 1990 – 1994

22.              Chairman, Sabbatical Leave Evaluation Committee, 1992 and 1993

23.              Member, Research Achievement Award Committee, 1991

24.              Chairman, Sabbatical Leave Committee, 1990 – 1991

25.              Member, Graduation Review Committee, 1988 – 1990

26.              Member, MSA Self Study Group on Governance, 1989 –1990

27.              Vice President, Drexel Chapter of AAUP, 1989 – 1993

28.              Member, Search Committee for Chief Planning Officer, 1988

29.              Member, Faculty Council, 1984 – 1986

30.              Chairman, Faculty Rights and Responsibilities Committee of the Faculty Council, 1984 – 1986

31.              Councilor, Drexel Chapter, Sigma Xi, 1982 – 1985

32.              Member, Lindback Award Committee, 1983

 

DEAN OF ARTS AND SCIENCES COMMITTEES

 

1.                  Judge, College of Arts and Sciences Research Conference, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2005, 2004, 2002

2.                  Member, College Advisory Council, 1997 – 2000

3.                  Member, Faculty Search Committee of School of Education, 1998 - 2000

4.                  Chairman, Graduate Curriculum Committee, 1992 – 2000

5.                  Chairman, Research Priority Committee, 1992 – 2000

6.                  Chairman, Devereux Award Committee, 1992 – 2000

7.                  Member, Department Head Evaluation Committee, 1994

8.                  Member, Microcomputer Proposal Evaluation Committee, 1984 – 1985

9.                  Member, Committee on College of Science Newsletter, 1981 – 1983

 

DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEES

 

1.                  Member of Tenure and Promotion Committee 2009

2.                  Member of Mid-term Tenure Evaluation Committee, 2007

3.                  Member, Faculty Search Committee, 1998 –

4.                  Member, Planning Committee, 1989 – 1995

1.                  Member, Graduate Curriculum Committee, 1992 – 1997

2.                  Member, Lindback Award Nominating Committee, 1995

3.                  Chairman, Nomination Committee for Research Achievement Award, 1991

4.                  Member, Faculty Search Committee, 1988 – 1989

5.                  Member, Department Head Search Committee, 1987 – 1989

6.                  Organizer, Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Praveen Chaudhari on April 25, 1988

7.                  Co-Chairman, Lindback Award Nomination Committee, 1983 – 1984

8.                  Chairman, Tenure and Promotion Committee, 1983 – 1984

9.                  Chairman, Ph.D. Examination Committee, 1983 – 1984

10.              Member, Graduate Committee, 1984 – 1986

11.              Faculty-in-charge, Departmental B.S./M.S. Program, 1973 – 1988

 

OUTSIDE SERVICE

 

            Panelist of NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program, 2006, 2005

 

            Was invited to be an evaluator for review of the applied physics graduate programs at the University of Maryland Baltimore campus in 2002. Was not able to accept invitation as I was in India at the time on sabbatical

 

            Was invited to be a panelist for the 2002, 2007 and 2008 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Was not able to accept the invitation as I was on sabbatical or traveling at the time

 

Acted as one of the two external reviewer of the Physics Department of Villanova University, 1998

 


 

PUBLICATONS

 

 

PUBLICATIONS IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

 

1.                  S.M. Bose, A. Bardasis, A.J. Glick, D. Hone and P. Longe, “Calculation of Quasiparticle Damping in a Free-Electron Gas”, Phys. Rev. 155, 379 (1967).

 

2.                  S.M. Bose and T. Tanaka, “Ground State Energy of the Anderson Model by the Cluster Variation Method”, Phys. Rev. 176, 600 (1968).

 

3.                  S.M. Bose, “Plasmon Contribution to Optical Absorption by Metals”, Physics Letters 29A, 555 (1969).

 

4.                  S.M. Bose, T. Tanaka and J. Halow, “Range and Spatial Variation of the Kondo Spin Compensated State”, Phys. Rev. 180, 537 (1969).

 

5.                  S.M. Bose and T. Tanaka, “Effects of External Magnetic Field on the Ground State Due to the Anderson Hamiltonian”, J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 3, 958 (1970).

 

6.                  S.M. Bose and T. Tanaka, “Upper Limit for Binding in the Dilute Magnetic Alloys”, J. Phys. 1, 166 (1971).

 

7.                  S.M. Bose and E-Ni Foo, “Density of Spin-Wave States in a Disordered Heisenberg Ferromagnetic Chain”, J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 5, 1082 (1972).

 

8.                  T. Tanaka, M.M. Sokoloski, K. Moorjani and S.M. Bose, “Coherent Potential Theory of Off-Diagonal Randomness: Binary Alloys”, J. Non Cryst. Solids 8-10, 155 (1972).

 

9.                  E-Ni Foo, S.M. Bose and M. Ausloos, “Generalized Cluster Theory of the Coherent Potential Approximation for Disordered Systems”, Phys. Rev. B 7, 3454 (1973).

 

10.              S.M. Bose, T. Tanaka and J. Halow, “An Alternative Formulation of the Theory of Superconductivity”, Phys. Kondens. Meterie 16, 319 (1973).

 

11.              S.M. Bose and J. Fitcheck, “Life-Time Effect on the Auger Electron Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Letters 48A, 443 (1974).

 

12.              S.M. Bose and E-Ni Foo, “On Nananalyticities of the Average Green’s Function in Disordered Binary Alloys”, Journal de Physique 35, C4-7 (1974).

 

13.              E-Ni Foo and S.M. Bose, “A Study of an Amorphous Ferromagnet by the Coherent Potential Approximation”, Phys. Rev. B 9, 347 (1974).

 

14.              E-Ni Foo and S.M. Bose, “Distribution of Spin-Wave Modes in an Amorphous Ferromagnetic Chain”, Phys. Rev. B 9, 3944 (1974).

 

15.              K. Moorjani, T.Tanaka, M.M.Sokoloski and S.M. Bose, “Coherent Potential Theory of a Random Binary Alloy: Effects of Scattering from Two-Site Clusters and Off-Diagonial Randomness”, J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 7, 1098 (1974).

 

16.              K. Moorjani, T. Tanaka, M.M. Sokoloski and S.M. Bose, “Numerical Aspects of the Two-Sites Coherent Potential Approximation”, Journal de Physique 35, C41-53 (19174).

 

17.              S.M. Bose and A.J. Glick, “Electron Interaction Effects on the Soft X-ray Emission Spectra of Metals.  II. Renormalized Theory with Application to Sodium”, Phys. Rev. B 10, 2733 (1974).

 

18.              S.M. Bose and E-Ni Foo, “Electronic Properties of a Semi-Infinite Linear Ionic Crystal”, Phys. Rev. B 10, 3534 (1974).

 

19.              S.M. Bose and J. Fitcheck, “High-Frequency Quasiparticle Damping in a Degenerate Electron Gas”, Phys.Cond. Matter 19, 349 (1975).

 

20.              S.M. Bose and J. Fitcheck, “Asymptotic Behavior of Quasiparticle Damping in a Degenerate Electron Gas”, Phys. Rev. B 12, 3486 (1975).

 

21.              S.M. Bose, E-Ni Foo and M.A. Zuniga, “Magnon-Photon coupling in Antiferromagnets in the Presence of an External Static Magnetic Field”, Phys. Rev. B 12, 3855 (1975).

 

22.              J. Fitcheck and S.M. Bose, “Lifetime and Surface Effects on the L23VV Auger Spectra of Aluminum” Physics Letters 54A, 460 (1975).

 

23.              S.M. Bose, “Ultrasonic Attenuation in Dilute Magnetic Alloys”, Physics Letters 55A, 159 (1975).

 

24.              M.A. Zuniga and S.M. Bose, “Magnon-Photon Coupling in Thin Film Antiferromagnets in the Presence of External Static Magnetic Field”, Phys. Rev. B 13, 2235 (1975).

 

25.              S.M. Bose, “Electron Correlations in a Two-dimensional Electron Gas”, Phys. Rev. B 13, 4192 (1976).

 

26.              S.M. Bose and A.J. Glick, “Renormalized First Order Theory of the Soft X-ray Emission Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 17, 2073 (1978).

 

27.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Theoretical Shape of Auger Band Spectra of Metals”, Jpn. Journal of Applied Phys. 17, 133 (1978).

 

28.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Plasmon Structure in the X-ray Absorption Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 18, 3921 (1978).

 

29.              S.M. Bose, “On Auger Width of Core Levels of Lithium and Sodium”, Phys. Rev. B 19, 3317 (1979).

 

30.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Effect of Edge Anomaly on the Valence Band Auger Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 19, 1905 (1979).

 

31.              S.M. Bose and E-Ni Foo, “Surface Effects on the Valence-Band Auger Spectra of Lithium and Aluminum”, Surface and Interface Analysis 1, 111 (1979).

 

32.              S.M. Bose, D.H. Feng, R. Gilmore and S. Prutzer, “Electronic Density of States of a One Dimensional Superlattice”, J. Phys. F: Metal Phys.10, 1129 (1980).

 

33.              S.M. Bose, P. Kiehm and Pierre Longe, “Excitation Energy Dependence on the Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 23, 712 (1981).

 

34.              S.M. Bose and J. M. Yuan, “Electronic Properties of a Semi-Infinite Deformed Linear Mixed Crystal”, Phys. Rev. B 24, 1934 (1981).

 

35.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Strength of Plasmon Satellites in the Valence Band Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, Solid State Commun. 38, 527 (1981).

 

36.              S.M. Bose, S. Prutzer and P. Longe, “Line Shape of Valence Band Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 26, 729 (1982).

 

37.              J. Fitcheck, R. Patrick and S.M. Bose, “Many-Body Effects on the L23VV Auger Spectra of Aluminum.  A Renormalized Theory”, Phys. Rev. B 26, 6390 (1982).

 

38.              S.M. Bose, S. Prutzer and P. Longe, “Excitation of Surface Plasmons During Photoemission from Metals and Adsorbates”, Phys. Rev. B 27, 5992 (1983).

 

39.              P. Longe, P. Kiehm and S.M. Bose, “Surface Effect on the Strength and Shape of the Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 27, 6000 (1983).

 

40.              S. Prutzer and S.M. Bose, “Effects of Electron-Electron Interactions on the Valence-Band Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 31, 762 (1985).

 

41.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Lattice Effect on Phase-shift Calculations in Simple Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 31, 6795 (1985).

 

42.              R. Ptrick, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Plasmon Structure in the Appearance-Potential Spectroscocpy of Metals”, Phys, Rev. B 32, 3507 (1985).

 

43.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Photoemission Loss Spectra of Metals with Emergence Parallel to the Surface”, Solid State Commun. 54, 879 (1985).

 

44.              R. Patrick, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Effects of Edge Anomaly on the Appearance-Poential Spectrosccopy of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 32, 6286 (1985).

 

45.              R. Patrick, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Many-Body Effects on the Appearance Potential Spectroscopy of Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 54, 5900 (1986).

 

46.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Determination of Surface Plasmon Dispersion Relation by Ricochet Photoemission”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 57, 2307 (1986).

 

47.              J.T. Schick and S.M. Bose, “Tunneling Through Disordered Insulator”, Phys. Rev. B 35, 792 (1987).

 

48.              M.F. Bishop, S.M. Bose, P. Longe and S. Prutzer, “Effects of Charge Density Waves on the Edge Anomaly of the X-Ray Spectra of Alkali Metals”, Phys. Rev. B 36, 9341 (1987).

 

49.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Energy Loss Spectra by Ricochet Scattering”, Journal de Physique C9, 901 (1987).

 

50.              S.G. Davison, S.M. Bose and K.W. Sulston, “Chemisorption on Supported Metal Catalyst”, Surface Science 200, 265 (1988).

 

51.              K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “Chemisorption on Binary Alloys with Long-Range Order”, Phys. Rev. B 38, 1784 (1988).

 

52.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Theory for detection of 2D and 1D Plasmon Dispersion Relations by Ricochet Electron Energy Loss Spectra”, Journal of Physics: Condens. Matter 1, 8453 (1989)

 

53.              J.T. Schick, S.M. Bose and A.B. Chen, “Electronic Structures of HgTe and CdTe Surfaces and HgTe/CdTe Interfaces”, Phys. Rev. B 40, 7825 (1989).

 

54.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “An Explanation for the Rise of Tc in the Tl- and Bi-based High Temperature Superconductors”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 2, 2491 (1990).

 

55.              K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “A Green’s Function Theory of the Electronic Structure of Metal Disilicides and Their Interfaces with Silicon”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 3, 7607 (1991).

 

56.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Acoustic Plasmon Exchange in Multilayered Systems: I. The Effective Interaction Potential”, J.Phys.: Condens. Matter 4, 1799 (1992).

 

57.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Acoustic Plasmon Exchange in Multilayered Systems: II. Application to High Tc Superconductors”, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 4, 1811 (1992).

 

58.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Interpretation of the Plasmon Dispersion in the Electron Energy Loss Spectra of the High Tc Superconductors”, Phys. Rev. B 47, 11 611 (1993).

 

59.              Y.M. Malozovsky, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Calculation of the Self-Energy of the Layered 2D systems”, Phys. Rev. B 47, 15 242 (1993).

 

60.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Infrared Absorption and the Loss Function of the High-Tc superconductors”, Phys. Rev. B 48, 6632 (1993).

 

61.              Y.M. Malozovsky, S.M. Bose, P. Longe and J.D. Fan, “Eliashberg Equations and Superconductivity in a Layered Two-Dimensional Metal”, Phys. Rev. B 48, 10 504 (1993).

 

62.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Collective Excitations in Meatllic Graphene Tubules"” Phys. Rev. B 48, 18 239 (1993).

 

63.              W.P. Engle, K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “Surface Electronic Structure of Si (111) Passivated by Arsenic”, Phys. Rev. B 50, 10 880 (1994).

 

64.              Y.M. Malozovsky and S.M. Bose, “Exchange-Correlation Effects on the

Superconductivity of a Layered Two-Dimensional System”, Journal of Superconductivity 8, 409 (1995).

 

65.              J.T. Schick and S.M. Bose, “Electronic Structure of Buried Metal Disilicide Layers in a Silicon Matrix’, Phys. Rev. B 53, 12 609 (1996).

 

66.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Excitations in a Spherical Two-Dimensional Electron Gas – Application to the C60 Molecule”, Solid State Commun. 97, 857 (1996).

 

67.              S.M. Bose, P. Longe and M. Bawin, “Possible Observation of the Aharanov-Bohm Effect in the Graphene Tubule”, Solid State Commun. 100, 625 (1996).

 

68.              P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Collective Excitations in Aligned Carbon Nanotube Superlattices", Indian J. Phys. 75A, 327 (2001).

 

69.         S.M. Bose and S.N. Behera, “Plasmon Contribution to the Raman Spectra of a Circular Quantum Wire”, Solid State Commun. 120, 177 (2001).

 

70.         S.M. Bose, “Low Energy Plasmon Peaks in the Electron Energy Loss Spectra of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes”, Physics Letters A 289, 225 (2001).

 

71.              S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Collective Excitations in Quantum Wires formed in Mesoporous Silica” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 14, 1951 (2002).

 

72.         S.N. Behera, S.M. Bose, P. Entel and J.T. Schick, “Thermoelectric Figure of Merit of a Material with Caged and Rattler Atoms Crystals” Phase Transitions 77, 225 (2004).

 

73.         S.M. Bose, S.N. Behera, S.N. Sarangi and P. Entel, “Raman spectra of filled carbon nanotubes” Physica B 351, 129 (2004).

 

74.              S.M. Bose and S. Gayen, “A Theoretical Model for Superconductivity in Carbon Nanotubes”, Phase Transitions, 78, 145-154 (2005).

75.              S.M. Bose, S. Gayen and S.N. Behera, “Theory of the Tangential G-band Feature in the Raman Spectra of Metallic Carbon Nanotubes Phys. Rev. B, 72, 153402-1-4 (2005).

76.              S.N. Behera, S. Gayen, G V Ravi Prasad and S M Bose, “Electronic properties of ordered and disordered linear clusters of atoms and molecules”, Physica B- Condensed Matter 390, 124 (2007).

 

77.              G. Gayen, S.N. Behera and S.M. Bose, “Raman spectra of unfilled and filled carbon nanotubes: Theory”, Phys. Rev. B 76, 165433 (2007).

 

78.              S. M. Bose, D. Ndengeyintwali, S. N. Behera, and P. Entel. “Magnetovoltaic effect in a quantum dot undergoing Jahn-Teller transition”, Applied Physics Letters 101, 023120 (2012).

 

79.              S.M. Bose, D. Ndengeyintwali, S.N. Behera, S.K. Nayak and P. Entel, “Electronic Conduction Through Quantum Dots Undergoing Jahn-Teller Transition” Physica B Condensed Mastter 434, 129-133 (2014).

 

80.        S.M. Bose, D. Ndengeyintwali, S.N. Behera, S.K. Nayak and P. Entel, “Magnetic Properties of quantum dots undergoing Jahn-Teller transition” in preparation.

 

81.              S.M. Bose, S.J. Viss and E. Zale, “Collective excitations (plasmons) in nanoshells and their optical properties” in preparation.

 

82.              M. Roman and S.M. Bose, “Plasmons and Raman spectra in single and multi-layered graphene sheets” in preparation.

 

83.              S.M. Bose, J. Schick and S.N. Behera, “Theory of Photomagnetization in Dilute Magnetic Semiconductors” in preparation.

 

84.              .S.M. Bose and S.N. Behera, “2D Band Raman Spectra in Single and Multiple Layer Graphene Sheets”, in preparation.

 

BOOKS EDITED

 

85.        Functional Materials: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Functional Materials (IWFM-2011), Edited by S. M. Bose and S.K. Tripathy, American Institute of Physics, August 2012.

 

86.              Mesoscopic, Nanoscopic and Macroscopic Materials, Edited by S.M. Bose, S.N. Behera and B.K. Roul, American Institute of Physics, October 2008.

 

87.              Science and Technology of Nanostructured Materials, Edited by B.K. Rao, S.M. Bose, M.P. Das and S.N. Sahu, Nova Publishing Company, 2001.

 

88.              Physics and Materials Science of Vortex States, Flux Pinning and Dynamics, Edited by R. Kossowsky, S.M. Bose, V. Pan and Z. Durusoy, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999.

 

89.              Proceedings of the Workshop on High Temperature Superconductivity: Ten Years After its Discovery, Edited by K.B. Garg and S.M. Bose, Narosa Publishing House, 1998.

 

90.              Proceedings of the Drexel International Conference on High-Temperature Superconductivity, Edited by S.M. Bose and S.D. Tyagi, World Scientific Publishing Co., 1988.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS IN PROCEEDINGS

 

91.              A.J. Glick, P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Effect of Electron Interaction on the Soft X-Ray Emission Spectra of Metals”, in Soft X-ray Band Spectra and The Electronic Structure of Metals and Materials, pp 319-329, edited by D.J. Fabian (Academic Press Inc., London 1968).

 

92.              A.J. Glick, P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “The Effects of Electron Interaction on Soft X-ray Emission Band Spectra of Metals”, in Rentgenoskie Spektry I Elecktronaya Structrua Veshchestva, pp 146-152, edited by Academy of Science of U.S.S.R., Kiev (1969).

 

93.              K. Moorjani, T. Tanaka and S.M. Bose, “Pair Approximation in the Coherent Potential Theory of Disordered Solids”, Proceedings of the Second International Conference in Low-Mobility Materials, p. 167 (Taylor and Francis Ltd., 1971).

 

94.              S.M. Bose, K. Moorjani, T. Tanaka and M.M. Sokoloski, “Theory of Spin Waves in a Disordered Heisenberg Ferromagnet” in Amorphous Ferromagnetism, edited by H.O. Hooper and A.M. de Graff (Plenum Publishing Co., 1973).

 

95.              S.M. Bose, E-Ni Foo and J. Fitcheck, “Surface and Many-Body Effects on the Valence Band Auger Spectra of Metals”, published in the Proceedings of the Surface Analysis ’79 Conference, Ed. D. Stulik, 2-1 (1979).

 

96.              S.M. Bose, “Inner Shell Spectroscopies of Metals”, Research Directions, 1980 (Drexel University Publication).  Also published in Physics Teacher, Journal of Indian Physical Society.

 

97.              S.M. Bose, D. Chastenet and P. Longe, “Effect of Hole Mobility on Valence Band Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, in Inner Shell and X-ray Physics of Atoms and Solids, Ed. D. Fabian, P. 489, (Plenum Press, N.Y., 1981).

 

98.              S.M. Bose, “Many-Body Effects in X-Ray and Electron Spectra of Metals”, invited paper, published in the Proceedings of the Second Asia Pacific Physics Conference, Bangalore 1986, edited by S. Chandrasekhar, pp 938 (World Scientific Publishing Co., 1987).

 

99.              J.T. Schick, S.M. Bose and MM Sokoloski, “Green’s Function Calculation of Electronic Properties of a Semiconductor-Insulator Interface”, published in the Proceedings of the Second Asia Pacific Physics Conference, Bangalore 1986, edited by S. Chandrasekhar, pp 833 (World Scientific Publishing Co., 1987).

 

100.          J.T. Schick and S.M. Bose, “Green Function Theory of the Surface Properties of II-VI Compounds” Invited paper published in the special volume entitled Quantum Phenomena at Solid Surfaces by Pergamon Press to celebrate the 65th birthday of Professor Jaroslav Koutecky in Progress in Surface Science 25, 107 (1987).

 

101.          S.M. Bose and J.T. Schick, “A Green’s Function Theory of Surface and Interface Band Calculations:, invited lecture, published in the Proceedings of the Second Physics Summer School on Condensed Matter Physics, Canberra 1989, edited by J. Mahanty and M.P.Das, pp 293 (World Scientific Publishing Co., 1989).

 

102.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, ”Ricochet Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy and Measurement of Plasmon dispersion Relations”, invited talk, published in the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress on X-ray Optics and Microanalysis, Cracow, Poland 1989, edited by S. Jasienska and L.J. Maksymowicz, pp 435 (1990).

 

103.          S.M. Bose, “Many-Body Effects in X-ray and Electron Spectra of Metals”, invited talk, published in the Proceedings of the Second International Seminar on X-ray and Electron Spectroscopy, Warsaw, Poland 1989, edited by J. Auleytner and K. Kawniczak-Jablonska, pp 21 (1990).

 

104.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Plasmon Exchange Model for the High-Tc Superconductor”, invited talk, published in the High-Temperature Superconductivity Physical Properties, Microscopic Theory and Mechanisms, edited by J. Ashkenazi, S.E. Barnes, F. Zuo, G.C. Vezzoli and B.M. Klein, pp 515 (Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1992).

 

105.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Superconductivity in Layered 2D Electron Gas”, invited talk presented at the Gordon Godfrey Workshop on Condensed Matter Physics, Sydney, Australia, 1991 and published in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems, edited by M.P. Das and D. Neilson, pp 180 (NOVA Science Publishers, Inc., 1992).

 

106.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Application of Plasmon Exchange Model to High-Tc Superconductivity”, published in Physics and Materials Science of High Temperature Superconductors, II edited by R. Kossowsky, B. Raveau, D. Wohleben and S. Patapis, pp 85 (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992).

 

107.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Calculation of the Loss Function from the Infrared Absorption and the Electron Energy Loss Spectra of the High-Tc Superconductors”, published in the Proceedings of the 1992 Beijing International Conference on High-Tc Superconductors edited by Z.Z. Gan, S.S. Xie and Z.X. Zhao, pp 798-802 (World Scientific Publishers, 1993).

 

108.          S.M. Bose, P. Longe and Y.M. Malozovsky, “Plasmon Effects in a Layered Two-Dimensional Electron Gas”, published in the SPIE Proceedings of the Conference on Superconducting Superlattices and Multilayers, edited by Ivan Bozovic, pp 119 (SPIE Proceedings, Series, Vol. 2157, 1994).

 

109.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Plasmon Effects in High-Tc Superconductors”, published in Topics in Condensed Matter Physics, edited by M.P. Das (1995).

 

110.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Effects of Collective Modes (Plasmons) in Multilayered Superconductors”, published in the Proceedings of the International Workshop on High-Temperature Superconductivity:  Ten Years After Its Discovery, edited by K.B. Garg and S.M. Bose, pp 88 (Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1998).

 

111.          Y.M. Malozovsky, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Effects of Exchange-Correlation on the Superconductivity of a Layered Two-Dimensional System”, published in the Proceedings of the International Workshop on High-Temperature Superconductivity: Ten Years After Its Discovery, edited by K.B. Garg and S.M. Bose, pp 95 (Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 1998).

 

112.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Plasmons in Nanotube Bundles” published in Physics and Materials Science of Vortex, Flux Pinning and Dynamics edited by R. Kossowsky et al., pp 693 (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998).

 

113.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Electronic Properties of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Bundles”, Solid State Physics (India) 42 (1999), the Proceedings of the DAE Solid State Physics Symposium, edited by R. Mukhopadhyay et al., pp 3 (Universities Press (India) Limited, Hyderabad 2001).

 

114.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Collective Excitations in a Quantum Wire Superlattice”, Science and Technology of Nanostructured Materials edited by B.K. Rao et al., pp 131 (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2002).

 

115.          S.M. Bose, S.N. Behera and P. Longe, “Plasmon Contribution to the Raman Spectra and Electron Energy Loss Spectra of a Carbon Nanotube” Science and Technology of Nanostructured Materials edited by B.K. Rao et al., pp 207 (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2002).

 

116.          S.M. Bose and S. Gayen, “Plasmon Exchange Model for Superconductivity in Carbon Nanotubes”, Nano-Scale Materials: From Science to Technology edited by S.N. Sahu, R.K. Choudhury, and P. Jena, pp 155-161 (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2006).

 

117.          S.M. Bose, S.N. Behera and S. Gayen, “Theory of Raman Spectra in Unfilled and Filled Carbon Nanotubes”, in Mesoscopic, Nanoscopic and Macroscopic Materials edited by S.M. Bose, S.N. Behera and B.K. Roul, pp 72-83 (American Institute of Physics, October 2008).

 

118.          S.M. Bose, D. Ndengeyintwali, S.N. Behera and P. Entel, “Electrical transport in a quantum dot undergoing Jahn-Teller transition” in Functional Materials edited by S.M. Bose and S.K. Tripathy, pp 54-63 (American Institute of Physics, August 2012).

 

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND ABSTRACTS

 

119.          S.M. Bose and A.J. Glick, “Off-the-Energy Shell Behavior of One-Electron Propagator and the Soft X-ray Emission of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 11, 324 (1966).

 

120.          S.M. Bose, A.J. Glick and P. Longe, “Electron Interaction Effects on the Soft X-Ray Emission Spectra of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 12, 531 (1967).

 

121.          S.M. Bose, “Many-Body Effects in the Absorption of Electromagnetic Radiation by Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 13, 1436 (1968).

 

122.          S.M. Bose and T. Tanaka, “Effects of external Magnetic Field on the Bound State due to the Anderson Hamiltonian”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 14, 77 (1969).

 

123.          S.M. Bose and T. Tanaka, “Single Impurity in a Wide Band Gap Semiconductor”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 15, 1342 (1970).

 

124.          S.M. Bose And T. Tanaka, “Critical Temperature for Chemisorption of Neutral Atoms by Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc.15, 284 (1970).

 

125.          S.M. Bose, “Application of Coherent Potential Theory of Off-Diagonal Randomness to Disordered Binary Alloys”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 16, 404 (1971).

 

126.          K. Moorjani, T. Tanaka, M.M. Sokoloski and S.M. Bose, “Two-Site Cluster Effects in the Coherent Potential Theory of a Random Binary Alloy”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 17, 31 (1972).

 

127.           M.M. Sokoloski, K. Moorjani, T. Tanaka and S.M. Bose, “The Electronic Conductivity of a Random Binary Alloy in the Two-Site Coherent Potential Approximation”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 17, 31 (1972).

 

128.          S.M. Bose, K. Moorjani, T. Tanaka and M.M. Sokoloski, “Self-Consistent Treatment of Disordered Ferromagnetic Binary Alloys in the Pair Theory of Two-Site Coherent Potential Approximation”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 17, 293 (1972).

 

129.          S.M. Bose and E-Ni Foo, “Cluster Effects in Disordered One-Dimensional Binary Alloys”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 17, 520 (1972).

 

130.          S.M. Bose and E-Ni Foo, “Surface Effects on the Auger Spectra of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 20, 357 (1975).

 

131.          S.M. Bose, “Electron Correlations in a Inversion Layer”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 21, 342 (1976).

 

132.          S.M. Bose, P. Longe, C. Senemaud and C. Bonnelle, “Plasmon Structure in the X-ray Absorption Spectra of Metals”, presented at the Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation Physics International Conference VUV5, Montpellier, France, September 5-9, 1977.

 

133.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Edge Effect in Auger Band Spectra of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 23, 335 (1978).

 

134.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Energy Dependence of the Line Shapes in the Photoemission Spectra of Metals"” Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 24, 366 (1979).

 

135.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “A Quantum Effect in the Surface Plasmon Excitation”, presented at the International Conference on Solid Films and Surfaces, College Park, MD, June 1981.

 

136.          S.M. Bose, S. Prutzer and P. Longe, “Line Shape of Plasmon Satellite in the Valence Band Photoemission Spectra of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 26, Post-Deadline paper, 1981.

 

137.          P. Longe, P. Kiehm, S.M. Bose and S. Prutzer, “Surface Effects on the Core Level Photoemission Spectra of Simple Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 27, 178 (1982). J. Fitcheck, R. Patrick and S.M. Bose, “Many-Body Effects on the L23VV Auger Spectrum of Aluminum.   A Renormalized Theory”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 27, 873 (1982).

 

138.          S. Prutzer, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Surface Contribution to the Bulk Plasmon Satellite in the X-Ray Photoemission Spectra of Simple Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 28, 420 (1983).

 

139.          S.M. Bose, “Extended Fine Structures in the Soft X-Ray Appearance Potential Spectroscopy”, Bull. Am. Phys. 28, 463 (1983).

 

140.          S.M. Bose and J. Schick, “A Green’s Function Theory of Solid Interface State”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 29, 265 (1984).

 

141.          N. Kumar and S.M. Bose, “Time Evolution of a Two-Level Coupled System – Non Debye Relaxation”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 29, 751 (1984).

 

142.          S. Prutzer and S.M. Bose, “Valence-Band Photoemission Spectra of Simple Metals”, presented at the International Conference on X-Ray and Inner-Shell Processes in Atoms, Molecules and Solids, Leipzig, East Germany, August 20-24, 1984.

 

143.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Photoemission from Adsorbates on Metals with Emergence Parallel to the Surface”, presented at the International Conference on X-Ray and Inner-Shell Processes in Atoms, Molecules and Solids, Leipzig, East Germany, August 20-24, 1984.

 

144.          M.F. Bishop, S.M. Bose and P. Longe”, Charge Density Wave Induced Self-Absorption in the X-Ray Band Spectra of Sodium”, presented at the International Conference on X-Ray and Inner-Shell Processes in Atoms, Molecules and Solids, Leipzig, East Germany, August 20-24, 1984.

 

145.          R. Patrick, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Plasmon Structure in the Appearance Potential Spectroscopy of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 30, 277 (1985).

 

146.          J.T. Schick and S.M. Bose, “Green’s Function Theory of Two Band Surface: Calculation of Local Density of States”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 30, 264 (1985).

 

147.          S.M. Bose and J.T. Schick, “A Green’s Function Theory of Surface and Interface Band Calculation”, presented as an invited talk at the Conference on Scanning Electron Microscopy, Las Vegas, NV, April 1-4, 1985.

 

148.          J.T. Schick, S.M. Bose and M.M. Sokoloski, “Green’s Function theory of Insulator/Semiconductor Interfaces”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 31, 370 (1986).

 

149.          R. Patrick, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Many-Body Effects on the Appearance Potential Spectroscopy of Metals”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 31, 506 (1986).

 

150.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Determination of Surface Plasmon Dispersion Relation by Photoemission with Grazing Emergence”, presented at the Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation Physics International Conference VUV8, Lund, Sweden, August 4-8, 1986.

 

151.          R.S. Patrick, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Electron-Electron Interaction Effects on the Appearance Potential Spectroscopy of Metals”, presented at the Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation Physics International Conference VUV8, Lund, Sweden, August 4-8, 1986.

 

152.          S. Prutzer, M.F. Bishop, S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Charge Density Waves and the Theory of the X-Ray Emission Edges of Simple Metals”, Bull. Am.  Phys. Soc. 32, 445 (1987).

 

153.          S.M. Bose, S.G. Davison and K.W. Sulston, “Chemisorption Properties of a Supported Metal Catalyst”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 32, 510 (1987).

 

154.          J.T. Schick, S.M. Bose and A.-B. Chen, “Theory of Surface and Interface Properties of Pure II-VI Compounds”, presented at the IEEE Semiconductor Interface Specialists’ Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. December 3-5, 1987.

 

155.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “Ricochet Spectroscopy and Measurement of Plasmon Dispersion Relations”, invited abstract submitted for the Symposium on Theoretical Physics dedicated to Professor Niels Bohr, Calcutta, India, December 30-31, 1987.

 

156.          J.T. Schick, S.M. Bose and A.-B. Chen, “Surface and Interface Band Structures of II-VI Compounds”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 33, 299 (1988).

 

157.          K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “Effect of Long Range Order on the Chemisorption Properties of Binary Alloys”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 33, 778 (1988).

 

158.          K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “Green’s Function Theory of Electronic Structure of Si (111)”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 764 (1989).

 

159.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Theory for Detection of Surface Plasmon Dispersion Relations by Ricochet Electron Energy Loss Spectra”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 948 (1989).

 

160.          K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “Electronic Structures of Silicon/Metal Disilicide Interfaces”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 35, 415 (1990).

 

161.          W.P. Engle, K.W. Sulston and S.M. Bose, “Electronic Structure of Arsenic Passivated Silicon (111) Surface”, Bull, Am. Phys. Soc. 36, 810 (1991).

 

162.          M.M. Sokoloski, J.T. Schick and S.M. Bose, “The Density of States of a Disordered Surface on a Model sp-Solid”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 36, 810 (1991)

 

163.          J.T. Schick, M.M. Sokoloski and S.M. Bose, “The Effect of Graded Disorder on the Electronic Structure of a Model sp-Heterojunction”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 37, 486 (1992).

 

164.          S.M. Bose, P. Longe and Y.M. Malozovsky, “Plasmon Exchange in Multilayered Systems and Applications to High-Tc Superconductors”, presented as an invited talk at the International Symposium on Local Order in Condensed Matter Physics, held in Jekyll Island, Georgia during June 14-17, 1993.

 

165.          S.M. Bose, P. Longe and Y.M. Malozovsky, “Plasmons and High-Tc Superconductors”, presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute held in Porto Carras, Greece during July 10-23, 1994.

 

166.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Collective Excitations in Nanotubes and C60”, presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute held in Porto Carras, Greece during July 10-23, 1994. 

 

167.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Electronic Excitations in the C60 Molecule”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 39, 101 (1995).

 

168.          J.T. Schick and S.M. Bose, “Electronic Properties of a Buried Metal Disilicide Layer in Silicon”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 40, 540 (1996).

 

169.          S.M. Bose, P. Longe and M. Bawin, “Possible Observation of Aharonov-Bohm Effect in a Carbon Nanotube”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 40, 308 (1996).

 

170.          Y.M. Malozovsky and S.M. Bose, “Effects of Exchange-Correlation on Superconductivity of a Layered Two-Dimensional System”, paper presented at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Physics and Materials Science in High-Temperature Superconductivity held during July 21-27, 1996 in Slovak Republic.

 

171.          S.M. Bose and P. Longe, “A 2DEG Model Applied to Multilayered Systems and Fullerenes”, poster presented at the European Conference on Chemistry and Physics of Multifunctional Materials held during September 6-11, 1997 in Espinho, Portugal.

 

172.          P. Longe and S.M. Bose, “Collective Excitations in Nanotube Superlattices”, poster presented at the European Conference on Chemistry and Physics of Multifunctional Materials held during September 6-11, 1997 in Espinho, Portugal.

 

173.          S.M. Bose, J.T. Schick and P. Longe, “Calculation of the Dielectric Function of Aligned Carbon Nanotube Superlattices”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 44, 1019 (1999).

 

174.          S.M. Bose, S.N. Behera and S.N. Sarangi, “Raman Spectra of Filled Carbon Nanotubes”, invited poster presented at the International Symposium on the Structure and Dynamics of Heterogeneous Systems held in Duisburg, Germany during September 28-29, 2002.

 

175.          S.N. Behera, S.M. Bose, P.Entel and J.T. Schick, “Thermoelectric Figure of Merit of a Material with Caged Structure and Rattler Atoms”, invited poster presented at the International Symposium on the Structure and Dynamics of Heterogeneous Systems held in Duisburg, Germany during September 28-29, 2002.

 

176.          S.M. Bose, S. Gayen and S.N. Behera, “Theory of the tangential G-band feature in the Raman spectra of metallic single-wall carbon nanotubes” paper presented at the conference on Nano E/GDR-E-05: Science and Applications of Nanotubes held in Houffalize, Belgium during October 10-12, 2005.

 

177.          S.M. Bose and E. Zale, “Collective excitations in concentric metallic nanoshells” Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 51, 122 (2006).

 

178.          S. Gayen, S.N. Behera and S.M. Bose, “Effects of collective excitations in the G-band and RBM modes in the Raman spectra of metallic unfilled and filled carbon nanotubes”, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 51, 1421 (2006).

 

179.          S.N. Behera, S.M. Bose and D. Ndengeyintwali, “Electronic Transport through a Quantum Dot with Metallic Contacts”, Bull. Am. Phys Soc. of March Meeting, page 381 (2010).

 

180.          S.N. Behera, S.M. Bose and J. Schick, “A Model Study of Photomagnetization in Dilute Magnetic Semiconductors” Bull Am. Phys. Soc. of March Meeting, page 87 (2011).