Research Projects

  • Quantum Transport through Topological Insulator thin films

    Quantum transport through Topological Insulators helps to shed light on the effect of QAH.

    • Quantum Transport through Topological Insulator thin films
    • Magnetic Properties in Topological insulators
    • Optical Conductivity in Driven Bilayer Graphene
    • Screening and charge transport in Phosphorene
  • Magnetic Properties in Topological insulators

    Magnetic coupling between impurities on Topological Insulators leads to understand the physics behind strong ferromagnetism in QAH insulators doped by magnetic impurities.

  • Optical Conductivity in Driven Bilayer Graphene

    Optical Conductivity of Bilayer Graphene under Infra-Red illumination of a Laser is studied.

  • Screening and charge transport in Phosphorene

    Quantum Transport in the presence of electron-electron interaction is studied in Phosphorene

Research

  • Quantum Transport and magnetic properties of Topological insulators- Ordered and disordered
  • Non-Equilibrium Electronic Transport through Mesoscopic systems
  • Quantum transport through monolayer and bilayer graphene, phosphorene, ¬†and other new 2D materials, and also topological-insulator thin films
  • Anderson Localization and localization properties in disordered systems
  • Transport through Driven systems: spin and charge pumping
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