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Infrastructural Facilities

Research Facilities

• Glove box
• Fume hood
• Equipment related to wet chemistry
• Hot mounting press
• Grinding/Polishing equipment
• Abrasive cutting instrument
• Electro polishing equipment
• Twin jet polisher
• High energy ball mill
• Shaker type ball mill
• Heat treatment furnaces
• Optical microscopes
• Powder X-ray diffractometer
• Scanning electron microscope
• Differential scanning calorimeter
• Stress-strain microprobe
• Nano mechanical testing equipment (high load, high temperature)
• Scanning probe microscope
• Microwave sintering furnace
• Hardness testing equipment
• Wear testing equipment
• Creep testing machines
• Universal testing machine

Facilities of interest to SEST and available at other schools/centers in the University

• Field emission scanning electron microscope
• Transmission electron microscope
• Raman microscope
• Infrared spectrometer
• Nanoindentor
• Dynamic light scattering
• Atomic force microscope
• Rapid thermal annealing
• Wafer inspection microscope
• C-V & I-V measurement system
• Surface profiler
• Spectrophotometers
• Vibrating sample magnetometer
• PPMS

Several other advanced research facilities required for material development are being established with the grants provided by UGC. SEST started utilizing a wide array of sophisticated and unique materials processing and characterization equipment existing at external research centers to address cutting-edge research. Students have access to one of the largest collection of books and journals related to Materials Sciences & Engineering as well as Nano Science and Technology in the top class library on campus.

SEST is currently functioning in Study in India Programme (SIP) building. Construction of dedicated premises for SEST, keeping in view of its current teaching and research activities and future expansion plans, would be initiated in 2011. The University is already taking all essential steps to establish SEST as an excellent seat of learning for post-graduate education and research in engineering sciences and technology.