MANDAR M DESHMUKH

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai

Mandar has been a faculty member at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, in Mumbai, since January 2006 in the Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science and is currently a professor. His area of research is nanoscale physics. Before coming to TIFR, he was a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University in the US. Prior to that, he got his PhD in Physics from Cornell University in the US. He was an undergraduate student at IIT Bombay and graduated from IIT with a BTech in Engineering Physics. Mandar M Deshmukh was elected Fellow in 2019.

MANDAR M DESHMUKH

SESSION 1C – Inaugural Lectures by Fellows/Associates

Arnab Rai Chaudhuri

Studying the flow of electrons in 2-D materials View Presentation

2-dimensional materials are of great interest in fundamental science and applications. There have been extensive studies on monolayer graphene where unique properties result from the symmetry of the honeycomb lattice. Few layer graphene systems are of interest as they offer interesting opportunities to study the effect of electronic interactions while monolayer graphene was largely understood in terms of independent electron picture. In addition, few layer graphene offer an opportunity to break simple symmetries and study their consequence.