Our research mainly focuses on studies of the mechanisms of charge transport, spin transport and heat transport at the nano-scale down to single atom. These understnding may lead to various applications ranging from ultralow noise electronics, sensors to device miniaturization. The specific goals are given below:
>> Understanding charge transport in emerging new low dimensional materials like graphene, MOS2, WSe2, Black Phosphorous, Carbon Nanotube and nanowires.
>> Hybrid electronic devices using molecules and various 2d and 1d materials.
>> Developing low frequency noise based techniques to understand various physical phenomena.
>> Magnetotransport at low temperature (down to ~ 1K).
>> Understanding charge/spin/heat transport in single molecule using mechanical break junction.
>> Developing shot noise technique to understanding transport in nanocontact.
>> Bio-electronics: understanding charge transport of biomolecules like protein, DNA etc.
Charge and Spin Transport in Hybrid Molecular Nanodevices ISIRD, SRIC
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