Pallavi Thakur, Anand B. Puthirath, P. M. Ajayan, and T. N. Narayanan, “Iron Carbide Decorated Carbon Nanosphere- Sheet Hybrid based Rechargeable High Capacity Non-Aqueous Li–O2 Batteries”,Carbon 196, 320-326(2022).
Sumedha and Mustansir Barma, “Phase transitions in XY models with randomly oriented crystal fields”,Phys. Rev. E 105, 024111 (2022)
Jesal D. Kotak and Mustansir Barma, “Bias induced drift and trapping on random combs and the Bethe lattice: Fluctuation regime and first order phase transitions”,Physica A 597, 127311 (2022)
Amar Kumar (graduate student, T. N. Narayanan’s lab) has assembled a compact lithium ion solar battery using a heterostructure of photosensitive molybdenum sulphide (MoS2) and molybdenum oxide (MoOx).
Remembering Prof. Shimon Vega (1943-2021):
“Shimon Vega, noted for some of the most insightful research in the area of magnetic resonance, both electron and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), has influenced professionally and to some extent personally the lives of many who have come in contact with him.”-Prof. P. K. Madhu
An excerpt from ‘In conversation with Shimon Vega‘, TIFRH Newsletter, 2019.
Remembering Prof. Surajit Sengupta(1962 – 2021)
ICONS4 meeting on hyperpolarisation and solution-state NMR [Website]
Virtual Conference on Aspects of Condensed Matter Physics in Quantum Computing & Sensing at TIFR, Hyderabad [Website]
BIASWATCHINDIA:AN INITIATIVE TO DOCUMENT GENDER BIAS IN INDIAN STEM ACADEMIA AND CONFERENCES [Poster]
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