Anoop Nautiyal
Tel: 001 352-273-1242


  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD- October 2012 to July 2016) in “Oxide dielectric materials synthesis and characterization of their physical properties” GREMAN Lab- Université François Rabelais de Tours, France
  • Master of Technology (M.Tech.-2010-2012) in Solid State Materials Institution: Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi), India
  • Master of Science in Physics (2007-2009 First Class) Institution: S.G.R.R. (PG) College Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
  • Bachelor of science (June 2004-2007- First Class) Institution: S.G.R.R. (PG) College Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
  • Characterization Techniques and Tools Used: Impedance apectroscopy, scanning electron Microscopy (SEM), Energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), X- Ray Diffraction (XRD, Raman Spectroscopy,. Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM), I-V measurements (Inter and Intra- grain sites).
  • Deposition Techniques Used: Solid state mixing, Thermal evaporation, Spin coating, Spray Pyrolysis, Thermal Chemical vapor deposition
  • Current Research Project: Corrosion inhibition using surfactants (AFM Study of solid liquid interfaces).
  • PhD Thesis: In my PhD, I was working on ceramic composites material for capacitor application. My main object was to find out different contributions (phases, microstructures, grain size, grain boundary thickness etc) governing high dielectric constant (>10000) and low dielectric loss (< 4 %). I studied the effect of mixing other low loss materials with CaCu3Ti4O12 (CCTO) as well as effect of substitution.


  • A Nautiyal* et al. “Dielectric properties of CCTO/MgTiO3 composites a new approach for capacitor application”, International Journal of Advanced and Nano Materials (IJANM)-January 2015:
  • A Nautiyal* et al. “Local analysis of the grain and grain boundary contributions to the bulk dielectric properties of Ca(Cu3-yMgy)Ti4O12 ceramics : Importance of the potential barrier at the grain boundary” ,Journal of European Ceramic Society (JECS) January 2016.