The focus research areas of this group would be:
Physics of low dimensional systems
Nanoelectronics at ultra-low temperatures
We investigate electron transport in low dimensional systems and quantum materials to explore phenomena such as magnetism, superconductivity, correlations, light-matter coupling induced effects, quantum transport and correlated structural and electronic phase transitions. Of particular interest are 2D layered materials, van der Waals heterostructures, 2D alloys, oxide interfaces, perovskites and strongly correlated systems at nanoscale. Novel growth schemes of CVD and exfoliation followed by nanofabrication techniques would be employed to develop nanoscale device architecture for a variety of these materials and their electronic and optoelectronic transport would be studied at cryogenic temperatures.
2D Van Der Waals Heterostructures for Spintronics ISIRD, SRIC
Area of Research: Nanomaterials and nano electronics
Area of Research: Quantum materials