Saroj Dash Research Group

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Group members

Our research aims for future generation of electronics that could become non-volatile, versatile, fast and capable of simultaneous data storage and processing; all with less energy consumption. 

The research group performs research and education on Electronics, Spintronic and Quantum physics with nanodevices fabricated on Graphene, 2D semiconductors, van der Waals heterostructures of 2D materials, semiconductor nanostructures, Topological Insulators and Weyl semimetals. We fabricate nanoelectronic devices in the state of the art clean room and use sensitive electronic measurement techniques in presence of magnetic fields to exploit the spin and quantum properties of electrons.

Research facility

The Nanofabrication Laboratory

The Nanofabrication Laboratory is a clean room facility for research and development in micro and nanotechnology. You will find a wide range of equipment for developing and testing new ideas on a micro and nano scale here. The laboratory is part of the national research infrastructure Myfab, which is coordinated by Chalmers.

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Quantum and Spin transport measurement facilities are available with variable temperature (1.9 - 400 K) cryostats and magnetic fields of 1 - 14 Tesla.

The research is funded by EU Graphene Flagship, VINNOVA 2D Tech, EU FlagEra, Swedish Research Council (VR), and Chalmers Excellence Initiative Nano, AoA Materials, AoA Energy

For PhD, Postdoc and Master thesis positions, contact Saroj Prasad Dash

Contact research group leader

Saroj Prasad Dash
  • Professor, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience

Saroj Dash is leading the research group at MC2, Chalmers. He holds a PhD degree in Physics from Max Planck Institute (2007, Stuttgart, Germany). His previous positions include postdocs at Uni. of Twente and Uni. of Groningen in Netherlands for three years. He was appointed at Chalmers in November 2010. His research directions include Electronics, Quantum physics and Spintronics with nano devices of Graphene, 2D semiconductors, van der Waals heterostructures of 2D materials, semiconductor nanostructures, Topological Insulators and Quantum materials.

Saroj Dash Google Scholar 

Group members

PhD:s

Roselle Ngaloy
  • Doctoral Student, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience
Bing Zhao
  • Doctor, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience
Anamul Md Hoque
  • Postdoc, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience

- Dmitrii Khokhriakov, (2016 – 2021), PhD, Chalmers
- Bogdan Karpiak, (2017 – 2021), PhD, Chalmers
- Andre Dankert, (2011 – 15), PhD, Chalmers
- Sandeep Sharma, (2009 –13), PhD University of Twente
- Andre Dankert (2011 – 13), Licentiate, Chalmers

Post-docs

Bing Zhao
  • Doctor, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience
Khadiza Ali
  • Postdoc, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience
Richa Mitra
  • Visiting Researcher, Quantum Device Physics, Microtechnology and Nanoscience

- Dr. Venkata K. Mutta (2012 – 15), Chalmers
- Dr. Andre Dankert (2015 – 18), Chalmers
- Dr. Craig Polley (2017 – 18), Chalmers
- Dr. Shoresh Soltani (2020), Chalmers

Master's thesis

– Lars Sjöström (2020 – cont.), Chalmers.
– Roselle Ngaloy (2020 – cont.), Chalmers.
– Erdi Wang (2020 – cont.), Chalmers.
– Vasudev Ramachandra, (2020 – cont.), Chalmers.
– Arimande Engström, (2020), Chalmers.
– Jianyang Zhao, (2018), Chalmers.
– Isabel H. Rodrigues, (2017), Chalmers.
– Linnea Andersons, (2017), Chalmers.
– Christiaan Groenveld, (2017), Chalmers.
– Dmitrii Khokhiriakov, (2016), Chalmers.
– Bogdan Karpiak, (2016), Chalmers.
– Anamul Hoque, (2016), Chalmers.
– Priyamvada Bhaskar, (2015), Chalmers.
– Parham Pashaei, (2015), Chalmers.
– Johannes Geurs, (2014), Chalmers.
– B. N. Madhushankar, (2014), Chalmers.
– Johan Bergsten, (2013), Chalmers.
– Leneart Langhuche, (2013), Chalmers.
– Abdul Wajid, (2013), Chalmers.
– Ravi Sharma Dulal, (2012), Chalmers.
– Laurens Alink (2009), University of Twente.
– Prasath Aruldoss (2006), Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart.
– Edward Ammadass (2005), Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart.
– George (2006), Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart.

Bachelor thesis

- R. Jacobsson, (2014), Chalmers.
- F. Hjort, (2014), Chalmers.
- E. Silfverswärd (2014), Chalmers.
- O. Frost, (2012), Chalmers.
- R. Vinge, (2012), Chalmers.
- R. Andersson, (2012), Chalmers.
- P. Broer, (2012),  Chalmers.

Student internship

•    Tomasz Michnowicz, presently PhD student at Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Germany.
•    Anna Maria Roslawska, presently PhD student at Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Germany