Ph. D. – University of Pune
Dr. D S Kothari Post-Doctoral Fellow
Recent advances in growth and synthesis 2D transition metal dichacogindes (TMDCs) have opened new avenues for their implementation into electronic as well as optoelectronic devices. However, weak absorption in ultrathin semiconducting 2D TMDCs is a critical issue for photovoltaic application. For enhancing light matter interaction we are coupling 2D hetrostructures with plasmonic nanostructures.
Ph. D Physics (2008-2014)
University of Pune, India