Research and Workshops
Conducted continuous-wave optical and electrical measurements on triple halide systems, including temperature- and power-dependent photoluminescence and temperature-dependent transmission measurements
Conducted temperature-dependent J-V characterization measurements of solar cells under mono-wavelength and solar simulator conditions
Studied continuous wave and ultrafast transient absorption of (EPEA)-ligand Lead Iodide system for equilibrium and dynamic optical properties
Conducted Raman and FTIR measurements on Indium Nitride, as well as temperature- and power-dependent photoluminescence measurements on CsPbBr3 quantum dots and FACs-based Br/I systems
Performed continuous-wave and ultrafast transient absorption measurements on bulk samples to quantify the effect of cation and anion substitutions on carrier relaxation in bulk perovskites
Modeled the Elliot absorption model using Mathematica and Python to extract binding energy and broadening from absorption spectra
Conducted optical measurements on 2D Ruddlesden-Popper thin film metal halide perovskites to describe nature of interactions observed in BA2PbI4
Used Mathematica and Python to perform transfer matrix modeling of microcavity DBR mirrors and perovskite absorbing layers, and conducted reflectance measurement of microcavity DBR
2014-2017 (M.Sc. Physics)
Studied the effect of integration of 2D materials on different functional oxide heterostructures using AFM, Raman Spectroscopy, and mechanical and chemical exfoliation methods to prepare graphene samples.
Performed ab-initio calculations (DFT) using Quantum Espresso software on BFSCO to study the effect of strontium doping and strain on ground-state magnetic properties and metal-to-insulator transitions.
Project on Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking and Higgs Mechanism (Summer Internship - 2015 at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics)
Center for Quantum Research and Technology (CQRT) Workshop
Public talk by Nobel laureate Bill Phillips, NIST
Joel Grimm, Naval Research Laboratory.
Boubacar Kante, UC Berkeley.
Patty Lee, Honeywell Quantum Solutions.
Prineha Narang, Harvard University.
Chris Palmstrom, UC Santa Barbara.
Ana-Maria Rey (MacArthur Fellow), JILA, NIST, CU Boulder.
Jim Shaffer, Quantum Valley Ideas Lab.
Norman Yao, UC Berkeley.
Glimpses from CQRT workshop
Nobel Laureate: Prof. William D. Phillips