Ravi Kiran Saripalli

Research Scholar (2011 to 2017)

Email: saripark85@gmail.com
Areas of Interest:

Optical, dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and ferroelectric properties of organic single crystals and their dependence on crystal structure and temperature.

M.Sc.: IIT Guwahati (2011)
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Dr. Hariharan N

Research Scholar (2010 to 2016)

Email: hariharan.nhalil@gmail.com
Areas of Interest:

Spintronics, Multiferroics, magnetocaloric ferroelectric.

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Dr. Ruchika Yadav

Research Scholar (August 2009 to April 2016)

Areas of Interest:

Magnetism, Superconductivity, Crystal Growth.

Dr. Dona Cherian

Research Scholar (2007 to 2014)

Areas of Interest:

Fe-based Superconductors.

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Prof. K. Raghavendra Rao

Researcher(2009 to 2014)

Areas of Interest:

NLO crystals.

Dr. Aditya Wagh

Research Scholar (jointly with Prof. P. S. Anil Kumar, 2010 to 2016)

Email: waghaditya@gmail.com; waghaditya@iisc.ac.in
Areas of Interest:

Single crystal growth, float-zone, magnetoelectric multiferroics, magnetoelectric coupling, magnetic phase transitions, magnetocaloric effect, colossal magnetoresistive manganites, spin caloritronics, Spin Seebeck Effect, Spin Hall Magnetoresistance.

Multifunctional Materials and Associated Physics- My doctoral research work involved growing single crystals of multifunctional materials and studying associated physics. It mainly dealt with magnetoelectric multiferroics with special interest in spiral magnets, glass-like magnetic phase transitions in colossal magnetoresistive manganites and investigation of magnetocaloric effect across various magnetic phase transitions.

Spin Caloritronics- My present research activities are broadly focused on spin transport in magnetic materials. Currently, we are investigating various ways to generate and detect pure spin currents in magnetic materials. Especially, generation of pure magnon spin currents has become a focus of our present activities. We thermally induce pure magnon spin currents in magnetic insulators (with exotic magnetic structures) and detect those with the help of inverse Spin Hall Effect. The phenomenon is known as Spin Seebeck Effect and has generated escalating interest in the scientific community for past few years.

M.Sc.: University of Mumbai
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Dr. Kaustuv Manna

Research Scholar (jointly with Prof. P. S. Anil Kumar, 2007 to 2012)

Areas of Interest:

magnetism, Magneto-transport, Topology.

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Prof. Harikrishnan S. Nair

Research Scholar (2002 to 2008)

Current Affiliation:

Assistant Professor

Areas of Interest:

Strongly correlated electron systems, crystal growth, neutron and x ray scattering.

M.Sc.: C M S College, M G University, Kerala
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Sanath Kumar R

Project Assistant (2012 to 2015)

Current Affiliation:

Research Scholar
Florida State University

Areas of Interest:

Crystal growth, Non-linear optics, magnetic materials.

M.Sc.: Bangalore University (2009-2011)
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Nagendra GM

Integrated PhD (2010 to 2013)

Areas of Interest:

Iron chalcogenide systems.

Dr. Silambarasan A

Post Doctoral Fellow (August, 2017 to June 2018)

Areas of Interest:

Nucleation kinetics and crystal growth from melt and solution process.

M.Sc.: Sacred Heart College, Thiruvalluvar University
Ph.D.: Anna University
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