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B. Sc : RKM VC College, Calcutta University, 1999.
M.Sc : Calcutta University, 2001.
PhD : Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, 2007.
Computational Condensed Matter Physics: Electronic structure of materials.
Computational Materials Scieince from first principles and model Hamiltonian
- magnetism, catalysis, transport, topological protection of states in the lightest lowdimensional systems - graphene, hexgonal boron nitride, germanene , etc. and their hybrids
- methods and applications for inexpensive computation and analysis of ground and excited states
With the aim of proposing new materials and methodologies towards solving some of the contemporary problems faced by humanity, such as, securing clean green energy resources and environment, our group focuses on computationally understanding electronic, optical and magnetic properties, and their interplay in primarily low-dimensional systems from first principles as well as model Hamiltonian. We compute and analyse electronic structure of the ground and excited states in layered structures made of the lightest of the elements known to self-assemble into extended structures in normal temperature and preassure, namely, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and the elements below them in the peridic table, within the frameworks of density functional theory with refinements to include self-energy corrections and correlations through mean-field approximation of Hubbard model.
Physics of Atoms and Molecules
Classical Mechanics -II
Introduction to Condensed Matter Physics
Advanced Solid State Physics
Research : magnetism and catalysis of gated graphene and graphene-hexagonal boron nitride hybrids
Defended her thesis in July 2019.
Will be joining her post-doctoral position soon in UNIMORE , Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia , Italy
Research : methodological development for cheaper computation of self energy correction and excitations,
photovoltaics and super-capactitors with graphene-hexagonal boron nitride hybrids
Research : methodological development towards inexpensive computation of plasmonic excitation in low dimensional systems
Sujith N S
Research : Manipulation of topological protection in low dimensional systems
Riju Banerjee (University of Pennsylvania)
Sayeed Rafeeq (University of Nebraska)
Moneesha R (University of Florida)
Aditya Putatunda (University of Missouri)