Professor of Physics
B.Sc. (Hons.), Ranchi University, Ph.D., University of Mumbai
A materials physicist by training, Professor Jaggi currently teaches, among other subjects, the physics of nonlinear systems, and conducts research in the following areas. (1) Possible signatures of extra spatial dimensionality (four and above) by measuring and analyzing electrical properties of hypercubic networks of lumped electronic elements. (2) Use of Mathematica as an integrated and distributed tool in the undergraduate physics curriculum. (3) Chemical physics underlying some oscillating chemical reactions.
Recently, he also collaborated with Professor Linda French on the analysis of her group's data on rotational properties of Trojan Asteroids.
Recently, he was named the 2013 winner of the IWU Kemp Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence.
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