Dr. Sunil Devi


Assistant Professor


Experimental Nuclear Physics




Dr. Sunil received her Ph. D. In experimental nuclear physics from University of Delhi, New Delhi in 2011. She worked as a post doctoral fellow for two years at Indiana University in collaboration with University of Notre dame, USA on designing of detection system for reaction of astrophysical interest using a recoil mass separator called St. George. Then she joined The Australian National University, Australia as a reserach fellow and worked on the reactions with weakly bound nuclei for more than 2 years. She has been working as assistant professor in School of Physics and Materials Science, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology since July 2016.

Publications and other Research Outputs SCI (32) Non-SCI (20)
Awards and Honours: Qualified NET in June 2006 and JEST in 2006 (AIR 166).
Was college topper and university rank holder in B. Sc.
Description of Research Interests: Heavy ion fusion and transfer reaction around the Coulomb barrier; radiation detectors, reactions with weakly bound nuclei.