Computational Material Science

Latest Research Highlight

8 July, 2020     Interplay of Magnetism and Topological Superconductivity in Bilayer Kagome Metals, published in Physical Review Letter, 


Physics of correlated materials

I am looking into the physics of real materials using first-principles based computational methods. The presence of coupling between various degrees of freedom like spin, orbital and charge leads to interesting phenomena either observed already or yet to be observed. With the help of first-principles based computational methods it is possible to explore novel properties of real materials



Topics: Condensed Matter Physics, Spin-orbit coupling, Magnetism, Topological Materials

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