Department of Physics

NAME:   MADHU KASHYAP J
POST:   Lecturer
E.MAIL ID:   kas7890.astro@gmail.com
QUALIFICATION: M.Sc, M.Phil
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE:   3 years

Educational:

Degree Subject University, place, year
M.PHIL ASTROPHYSICS CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE, 2017.
M.Sc PHYSICS (MATERIAL SCIENCE) JAIN UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE, 2014.
B.Sc Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Saint Joseph's College, BANGALORE, 2012.

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Exoplanets, Particle Physics, Planetary Science, Astrophysics and Astrobiology.

PUBLICATIONS:
1) J. M. Kashyap et al., Similarity indexing of exoplanets in search for potential habitability: application to Mars-like worlds., Astrophysics and Space Science Journal, Springer Publications, Accepted on 29 June 2017. Doi: 10.1007/s10509-017-3131-y.

2) Margarita Safonova and Madhu Kashyap, Indexing of exoplanets in search for exo-habitability. ASTROBIOLOGY NEWSLETTER, 9, 6, 9, 2016.

3) Madhu Kashyap J. et al., Electromagnetic Mass of the Muon from alpha-Quantization of Particle Masses, Int.J.App. Phys., 4, 13, 2014.

4) Madhu Kashyap and Lama Matter, Probability of Galactic Habitable zone, IAYC, Germany, 2013.

PAPER PRESENTED:
1) J. M. Kashyap et al., Electromagnetic Mass of the Muon from alpha-Quantization of Particle Masses, Indian Science congress, 2014.

2) J. M. Kashyap et al., Electromagnetic Mass of the tauon from alpha-Quantization of Particle Masses, Indian Science congress, 2016.

3) J. M. Kashyap et al., Electromagnetic Mass of the pion from alpha-Quantization of Particle Masses, Indian Science congress, 2017.

4) J. M. Kashyap et al., Electromagnetic Mass of eta and eta prime from alpha-Quantization of Particle Masses, Indian Science congress, 2017.

CONFERENCE ATTENDED:
1) 101st Indian Science Congress 2014 at Jammu University.
2) 103rd Indian Science Congress 2016 at Mysore University.
3) 104th Indian Science Congress 2017 at Sri Venkateshwara University.
4) ICEPC 2017 at Jyoti Nivas College, Bangalore.

AWARDS/ACHIEVEMENTS:
1) InnoCentive NASA Challenge (9933637): Reducing Galactic Cosmic Rays to Enable Long Duration Deep Space Human Exploration. [InnoCentive problem solver badge alloted], 2015.

2) Florida Institute of Technology student scholarship of 4000 US dollars, 2015.

3) COSPAR 2016 traveling support grant of 900 Euros.

4) J. M. Kashyap as a Panel member on the discussion "Stephen Hawking: The Last 100 Years", NEWS9 channel, 7, May, 2017.

5) Scientic Writing, Standford University, USA , with distinction (90%).

MEMBERSHIP(BOS/GUIDE/CHAIRPERSON)
Editorial member, Scientia student journal, Jyoti Nivas College, Bangalore, 2016, 2017.