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Debapriya Chaudhuri

Research Fellow

Debapriya is an experienced computational physicist focussed on market demand based SPINTRONICS and PHOTONICS research with proficient communication and team management skills. As a post-doctoral researcher in a top research group, Debapriya is strategic and innovative with academic and industrial professionalism. His past research was focused on the development of prototypic nano-logic elements. It elaborately established the interaction of the femtosecond laser pulses with molecular nano-magnets consisting of two to four transition metals (Ni or Co). Debapriya’s research on nano-spintronics represents an important step for the miniaturization of devices and provides a roadmap for developing future nano-spintronic elements.

Presently, he is working on the computational design and modeling of new and optimized light emitting devices. However, understanding the carrier localization effects on the microscopic and atomistic level is of absolute importance for optimizing LED properties. Based on such theoretical understanding, Debapriya is working on developing atomistic and continuum-based simulation tool to address carrier transport properties in quantum wells.