Department of Astronomy and Space Science

Research Interest

Astrophysics

  • Study of solar modulation of galactic cosmic rays in the heliosphere
  • Study of solar wind-magnetosphere coupling including space weather and climate.
  • Detection of periodicities in solar activity
  • Interpretation of solar spectropolarimetric observations to retrieve information on solar magnetic fields by their Hanle and Zeeman effects
  • Study of the second solar spectrum
  • Effects of atomic and molecular collisions on the Solar Polarization
  • Polarization as a new tool to study the solar wind acceleration
  • Radio Astronomy
  • Observational astronomy
  • Observation and study of eclipsing binaries and Open star clusters
  • Image processing and Data Analysis
  • X & Gamma ray spectroscopy using different types of semiconductor detectors (Si, HPGe, CdTe and CZT).
  • Development of Radiation detectors for X and Gamma ray spectroscopy in space science applications.
  • Exoplanets
  • New moon and crescent observations, studies, and calculations
  • Cosmic dynamics
  • Globular clusters
  • Physics of the early Universe
  • Dark matter

     

     

    Astrodynamics

  • Celestial mechanics
  • Dynamical systems
  • Perturbation techniques
  • Orbit perturbations
  • Perturbing forces
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