As an assistant professor, I teach classes, carry out research and supervise students.
I received PhD in condensed matter physics from University of Delaware in 2010. My current research interest is in magnetic dynamics and spintronics.
American Physics Society
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
DU Faculty Senate
Magnetism has been ubiquitous in the science and technology world. Its applications include energy harvesting and conversion, biological and medical devices, telecommunication, and information technology. My research focuses on investigating various magnetic properties of nano-scale materials.
Areas of Research
EAGER - Generation of Perpendicularly Polarized Spin Current from the Spin-Orbit Effects in Ferromagnetic Thin Film Structures for Memory Applications