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About UGC-DAE CSR

UGC has established Inter-University Centres (IUCs) for providing state-of-the-art equipment & facilities for the benefit of researchers working in different universities.

UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research (formerly known as IUC-DAEF), was created in the year 1990. The broad objective of Consortium is developing competence and promoting research in front line areas of science and technology in Indian Universities by providing institutional framework for optimum utilization of major research facilities established by the Department of Atomic Energy such as Synchrotron Radiation Sources at, RRCAT Indore; Dhruva Reactor at BARC Mumbai; VECC at Kolkata and facilities at IGCAR, Kalpakkam...

Our Facilities

Currently we are running various high end dedicated facilities
across the country to serve the nation.

AIPES Beamline at Indus-1,Indore
AIPES Beamline at Indus-1

The CSR Indore Centre is developed towards utilization of the synchrotron radiation sources Indus-1 and Indus-2 at the Raja Ramanna Centre for Ad....
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High Energy Ion Beams Kolkata
High Energy Ion Beams

The Kolkata Center is primarily devoted to research in different aspects of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics and applications of nucl.....
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Advanced Neutron Beamline at Dhruva Reactor,Mumbai
Advanced Neutron Beamline at Dhruva Reactor

Mumbai Centre of the Consortium is located inside the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at Trombay. The major activity of this centre is to pr.....
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200Kv Ion Accelerator,Kalpakkam
200Kv Ion Accelerator

The Kalpakkam node provides access to the medium sized but high technology facility of IGCAR, KALPAKKAM for the university researcher to promote .....
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What We Offer

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Research Highlights (Coming soon)

Fully dense TiN films deposited using HiPIMS
Fully dense TiN films deposited using HiPIMS

Using reactive HiPIMS TiN films were deposited and they are useful as a diffusion barrier for metal interconnects and thin-film solar cells on steel...
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Study of Co4N thin films deposited using HiPIMS
Study of Co4N thin films deposited using HiPIMS

Tetra cobalt nitride (Co4N) thin films were using dcMS and HiPIMS. HiPIMS films are superior in terms of long-range ordering and surface morphology...
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In-situ sputter RHEED to study epitaxial films
In-situ sputter RHEED to study epitaxial films

In-situ sputter RHEED capabilities were added in the 3-inch magnetron sputtering system...
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Fully dense TiN films deposited using HiPIMS
Fully dense TiN films deposited using HiPIMS

Using reactive HiPIMS TiN films were deposited and they are useful as a diffusion barrier for metal interconnects and thin-film solar cells on steel...
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