2 PhD scholars (High Throughput Inorganic Synthesis)
2 PhD scholars (Density Functional Theory: Electrons/Phonons)
1 Research Fellow (Density Functional Theory: Electrons/Phonons)
Multiple Research Fellows (High Throughput Inorganic Synthesis)
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The rational design of functional materials is typically a complicated process, as the materials space is vast and unexplored. Data-driven approaches via Machine Learning and high-throughput automated experiments provide new knobs to navigate these complex parameter spaces, accelerating materials discovery.
In our lab, we aspire to understand fundamental heat and charge transport from the nanoscale to the bulk, building from nanowires, two-dimensional materials, hybrid and bulk materials. In particular, we are interested in interactions between electrons, phonons and photons in nanoscale materials and how these can be manipulated to design and create novel functional devices, specifically for renewable energy technologies such as thermoelectrics, PV and thermo-photovoltaics.
We are uniquely positioned to combine the data-driven methodology with deep domain expertise towards materials-by-design.
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16 Dec 2017 Shadow Mask technique to measure thermoelectric
Editor's Pick! Published in Review of Scientific Instruments
15 Dec 2017 Pressure dependence of resistivity and magnetic
Maheswar's work: Cover page Feature! in AIP Advances
03 Mar 2017 High Thermoelectric Powerfactor in 2D MoS2,
Published in Physical Review B
Published in Advanced Functional Materials
18-23 June 2017 Our group presents at ICMAT, Singapore!
31 May 2017 Effect of dimensionality on thermoelectric
Published in Journal of Applied Physics
06 Mar 2017 Thermal Conductance of the 2D MoS2/h-BN and
Published in Scientific Reports
21 Feb 2017 Remembering Millie Dresselhaus
18-23 June 2017 ICMAT: 9th International Conference on
Symposium DD: Advanced Materials for Thermoelectrics
27 Jan 2017 Anomalously low electronic thermal conductivity
in metallic vanadium dioxide. Published in Science
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