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    Personal Particulars :-

               

    Date of Birth                   :                                     15-10-1982

    Marital Status                           :                                     Single  

    Nationality                               :                                     Indian

    Language Proficiency                :                                     English, Hindi, Punjabi

    Professional Qualification       :                              Ph.D(Plasma Physics )

     

    EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:-

     

    PhD  (Theoretical Space Plasma Physics)  Jan, 2011

    Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar 143005 India.

    PhD. Title:- Theoretical Investigations of Solitons in Space Plasma.

     

    MSc (Physics)  2004

    Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar 143005 India.

     

    BSc. (Science) 2002

    S. M. D. R. S. D. College Pathankot, India

     

    Work Experience:-

    May, 2011 to present                       Post Doctoral Fellow,      Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska,   Fairbanks,  99775Alaska USA

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP OF SOCIETIES:-

    1)  Life member of Plasma Science Society of India

     

    SCHOLARSHIPS/ AWARDS:-

    1)      Commonwealth fellowship for six month research by Govt of Canada.

          2) Junior Research Fellowship   by Department of Science and  Technology, India, from  June, 2006  to June 2008.

         3)  Senior Research Fellowship by  Department of Science and  Technology, India, from  June, 2008 to March, 2010.

     

    RESEARCH EXPERIENCE :-

              Five years experience in the field of theoretical plasma  physics.

     

    COMPUTER  PROFICIENCY:-

    Familiar with     Mathematica,    C  and   Matlab

    Conferences/ School  attended :-

    International:

     

    1)    Summer College on Plasma Physics,  ICTP   ITALY(15, July to 23, August, 2007)

    2)   Winter School on Plasma Physics,   UCLA,  USA  (7, Jan to 12, Jan, 2008)

    3)   International workshop on the High-Energy Density Science endstation and associated instrumentation at the European XFEL, University of Oxford, UK. (30,Mar. to 1 April. 2009).

    4)  Summer College on Plasma Physics,  ICTP    ITALY  (10,Aug.  to  28 Aug, 2009)

     

    National:

     

    1)   Presented paper in 20th National Symposium on PLASMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (PLASMA 2005) held at Cochin. (Dec2005)

    2)   Presented paper in 21th National symposium on PLASMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY(PLASMA 2006) held at Malaviya National Institute of Technology  Jaipur.(Dec2006)

    3)   Presented paper in 22th National symposium on PLASMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY(PLASMA 2007) held at Institutes of Plasma Research, Ahmedabad Gujrat  (Dec2007)

    4)   Presented paper in 23rd  National symposium on PLASMA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY(PLASMA 2008) held at Bhaba Atomic Research Centre Bombay. (Dec2008) .

     

    PUBLICATIONS:-

     

    1.      A nonlinear Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation in magnetized plasma wih q nonextensive electrons velocity distribution.

                     A. S. Bains, M. Tribeche, N. S. Saini and  T. S. Gill

                      Physics of Plasmas (In press).

     

    2.      Modulational instability of electron-acoustic solitons in a plasma with a q-nonextensive electron   velocity distribution.

                      A. S. Bains, M. Tribeche and   T. S. Gill

                Physics Letters A 375, 2059  (2011).

     

    3.      Modulational instability of ion-acoustic solitons in a plasma with a q-nonextensive electron    velocity distribution.

           A. S. Bains, M. Tribeche  and    T. S. Gill

           Physics of Plasmas,  18, 022108  (2011).

     

    4.    Modulational instability of ion-acosutic wave envelopes in magnetized quantum electron-positron-ion plasmas

         A.S.Bains, A. P. Misra, N. S. Saini and T. S. Gill

         Phys. Plasmas. 17, 012103 (2010).

     

    5.    Modulational instability of dust acoustic solitons in multicomponent plasma with kappa-distributed electrons and ions.

         T. S. Gill, A. S. Bains and C. Bedi

         Phys. Plasmas 17, 013701 (2010).

    6.    Envelope excitations of ion acoustic solitary  waves in a plasma with superthermal electrons and positrons.

         T. S. Gill, C. Bedi and  A. S. Bains

                  Physics Scripta 81, 055503 (2010).

     

    7.     Ion-acoustic envelope excitations in electron-positron-ion plasma with nonthermal electrons

                  T. S. Gill, A. S. Bains, N. S. Saini and C. Bedi

                  Physics Letters A 374, 3210 (2010). 

     

    8.     Modulated wave packets in pulsar magnetospheric plasma

                   A. S. Bains, T. S. Gill and C. Bedi

                       JPCS 208 ,  012069 (2010).

     

    9.   Four component magnetized dusty plasma containing nonthermal electrons

           C. Bedi, T S. Gill and A. S. Bains

           JPCS  208,  012037  (2010).

     

    10.  Ion acoustic shock waves in weakly relativistic multicomponent quantum plasma       

                       T. S. Gill, A. S. Bains and C. Bedi 

                       JPCS  208, 012040  (2010).

     

    11.   Ion acoustic soliton in the weakly relativistic electron-positron-ion

    magnetized plasma.

                  T. S. Gill, A. S. Bains and N. S. Saini

                  Can. J. Phys 87, 861  (2009).

     

    12.  Two-dimensional envelope electron-acoustic waves under transverse perturbation.

         T. S. Gill, C. Bedi and A. S. Bains

          Phys. Plasmas. 16, 032111 (2009

    13. Ion acoustic soliton in the weakly relativistic plasma containing

         electron-positron and ion.

              T. S. Gill, A. Singh, H. Kaur, N.S. Saini and P. Bala

              Physics Letters A 361, 364 (2007).

     

    REFRENCES

     

    1)      Prof. (Dr.)  Tarsem Singh Gill

     Department of Physics

    Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, India

    Email Id: gillsema(at)yahoo.co.in

     

    2)   Prof. Mouloud Tribeche

    Faculty of Sciences-Physics, Plasma Physics Group (PPG),

     Theoretical Physics Laboratory (TPL),

     University of Bab-Ezzouar, U.S.T.H.B, B.P. 32, El Alia, Algiers 16111, Algeria

     Email ID:- mtribeche(at)usthb.dz.

     

    3)   Dr. Nareshpal Singh Saini

    Associate Professor

    Department of Physics

    Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, India

    Email Id: nssaini(at)yahoo.com


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