Nanoscale ElectroOptics Electronic devices exhibit unique and extremely interesting quantum effects. The usual suspect-graphene-features novel properties such as fractional Quantum Hall, Klien tunneling, 'Magic angle superconductivity', Mayorana modes and so on. Layered materials go beyond graphene and our group is interested in electro-optic behavior of a combination of layered materials, quantum wells, dots and so on for device applications.
Superconducting devices and Electromagnetic Interactions.
Leaving aside the trivial power transfer applications, superconductivity also finds niche applications in solid state realization of qubits, single photon detectors, microwave mixing and detection etc. Our interest lies in applying the technologically important high transition temperature superconductors in various device applications such as photon detectors, on-chip components such as inductors in circuit quantum electrodynamics, and an extremely interesting case of on-demand emission of entangled photons in solid state.
We are looking for talent !!!
We are looking for motivated post doctoral researchers, grad students and undergrads. Please drop me an email along with your CV and area you are interested to work.