Dr. L. Kavitha

Dr. L. Kavitha

Name: Dr. L. Kavitha
Designation: Professor
Phone: 9488957698
Email: lkavitha@cutn.ac.in


Biographic Sketch:
Prof. Dr. L. Kavitha born on 20 March 1975, in Kumbakonam, Tanjore (Dt.), Tamil Nadu. She pursued Under Graduation in Physics in the Government College for Women, Kumbakonam. She has obtained her Post Graduation and Doctoral degrees from the School of Physics, Bharathidasan University, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, INDIA. She continued her prolific research work in the prestigious and the globally renowned Max-Planck Institute for the Physics of complex systems, Germany and at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy(an IAEA and UNESCO Institute), in the capacities of Post-doctoral fellow and Young collaborator, Junior and Regular Associates respectively. Dr. Kavitha have been doing research for the past 25 years in the field of Non-linear dynamics of both condensed and soft matter systems. Also, She has extended her research interest in the development of bioceramic coatings on high energy electron beam irradiated metal implants for orthopaedic applications. She has participated in various research programs conducted by the international institutions at USA, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Portugal and Latvia. Her assiduous research work fetched her many Young Scientist awards at the National level and She has been bestowed with the Prestigious Landhal award by the International Society of Mathematical Biology, USA. Dr. Kavitha has successfully supervised 22 PhD students and authored more than 160 publications including 6 book chapters in the International Journals of high repute and has h-index as 40, i-10 index as 110 with 4176 citations. She has mobilized research grants from various funding agencies such as DST, CSIR, UGC, DAE-NBHM, DAE-BRNS and UGC-DAE as the sole Principal investigator.

Research Highlights :

Nonlinear dynamics of soft and condensed matter systems- magnetic nanomaterial, plasma system and Deoxyribonucleic Acid(DNA).

Recent Publications :

  1. Muniyappan A., Parasuraman E., and  Kavitha .L, (2023) "Stability analysis and discrete breather dynamics in the microtubulin lattices." Chaos, Solitons & Fractals, 168, 113210.
  2. Geo sunny, Kavitha L., (2020) “Modulational instability induced generation of solitary wave profile of an anisotropic-ferromagnetic nanowire with asymmetric Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction”, Materials Today: Proceedings, 1720-1726.
  3. Kailas M., Pavithra T., Raghavi K. and Kavitha L., (2022) "A Study on Sagdeev Pseudopotential and Electrostatic Potential of Solitons in Four-Component Magnetized Dusty Plasma," in IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 50, no. 6, pp. 1460-1463.
  4. Raghavi K. and Kavitha L., (2022) "Modulational Instability Analysis of Four-Component Dusty Plasma System," in IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 50, no. 6, pp. 1454-1459.
  5. Ayyappan N., Kavitha L. and Christy Mariya Joy, “Stability analysis of DNA with the effect of twist and Morse potential”,(2021) Materials today: Proceedings, Volume 51, Part 4, 2022, Pages 1793-1796.
  6. Joy C.M., Ayyappan N. and Kavitha L., (2022) Dynamics of Peyrard Bishop model of DNA under the influence of solvent interaction, Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 51, Part 4, 2022, Pages 1777-1781.
  7. Priya R. and Kavitha L., (2022) Solitons in nerve axons, Materials Today: Proceedings, Volume 51, Part 4, 2022, Pages 1782-1787.
  8. Kavitha L. , Pavithra T., Boopathy C., Senthil Kumar V., Awadhesh Mani and Gopi D., (2022)  Current-driven magnetization reversal dynamics and breather-like EM soliton propagation in biaxial anisotropic weak ferromagnetic nanowire, Nonlinear Dynamics 107:2667–2687.
  9. Boopathy C., Kavitha L. and Ravichandran R., (2022) Nonlinear modelling of soliton collision dynamics for blood flow in a artery, Volume 51, Part 4, Pages A1-A13.
  10. Pavithra T., Ravichandran R., Geo Sunny, Kavitha L., (2020)  “Electromagnetic lump soliton solution of (2 + 1) dimensional  ferromagnetic nanowire with Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction”, Materials Today: Proceedings ,Vol. 25 192-198.

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