- 2004 – 2007: B.Sc (Hons.) Physics, Sri Sathya Sai University.
- 2007 – 2009: M.Sc (Physics), Sri Sathya Sai University.
- 2015: PhD, JNCASR, Bangalore. (Thesis title: Dielectric and interface engineering strategies for polymer field effect transistors.)
- 2015-2017: Royal Society Newton International Fellow, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK
- 2017-2019: Research Associate, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK
- 2020: Scientist, CSIR-IMMT, Bhubaneswar
- 2020-onwards: Assistant Professor, School of Physical Science, NISER
- Royal Society Alumni Award
- Royal Society Newton Fellowship .
- Engineering and Physical Science Research Council Global Challenge Research Award (Awarded to researchers to tackle problems of developing countries)
- Indo-US Technology Fellowship
- Senior Research Fellowship, CSIR .
- GATE 2008 .
- Best Poster and Talk Award in Annual In-house Symposium, 2013.
- Best poster Award at APS March Meeting 2016.
- “Crest Jewel Award” in University, 2007.
Device Physics, Semiconductors, Charge Transport, Field Effect Transistors, Photovoltaics, Light emitting Diodes, Medical Diagnostic Devices
Full list of Publications: https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=X7YbleIAAAAJ&hl=en
My groups research is majorly focused on scientific understanding of the charge transport and photo-physics of organic semiconductors, perovskites, self-assembled nano-structures and 2D materials. These unconventional semiconductors exhibit a rich variety of transport phenomena and disorder mechanisms which are not exhibited by conventional inorganic semiconductors such as silicon. Moreover, these semiconducting materials are also evolving as an alternative to conventional semiconductors. We utilize a range of electrical, spectroscopy, microscopy and structural characterization to obtain an understanding of the processes/instabilities in these materials. The fndamental understanding developed is then applied into developing high efficient photovoltaic, ultra-bright LEDs, low power flexible electronics and improved medical diagnostic technologies.
P141: Physics Laboratory I
National Institute of Science Education and Research,
Via- Jatni, District:- Khurda, Odisha, India
Phone (O): +91-674-2494294
Phone (M): +91- 8144551517
We are looking for motivated students at Masters, PhD or Postdoctoral Level with expertize in Physics/Materials Science/Electronics to join us in this journey for exploring both the fundamental physics and making technologically relevant devices