Welcome to QTN Group

  • "Intrinsic half-metallicity in modified graphene nanoribbons, Phys. Rev. Lett. 102, 096601 (2009)."
  • "Tuning charge and spin excitations in zigzag edge nanographene ribbons, Scientific Reports 2, 519 (2012)."
  • "Anomalous energy-gap behavior of armchair BC3 ribbons due to enhanced pi-conjugation, J. Mater. Chem. 22, 20881 (2012)."
  • "Momentum shift of Dirac cones in the silicene intercalated compound CaSi2, Phys. Rev. B Rapid Comm. 91, 201410(R) (2015)."
  • "Self-limiting layer by layer oxidation of atomically thin WSe2, Nano Lett. 15, 2067 (2015)."

Low dimensional materials exhibit interesting properties owing to the reduced electronic degrees of freedom and their sensitivity towards the external perturbations. Our goal is to develop new theoretical and numerical methodologies to explain the exotic properties in reduced dimensions and to predict possible ways to expedite the realization of futuristic electronic devices based on these class of materials.

Group Research Activities:

  • Theoretical condensed matter

  • Atomically thin nanomaterials

  • Molecular electronics

  • Strongly correlated systems

  • Quantum phase transitions



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