DST acknowledged the work by Dr. Suvankar Chakraverty and his group
DST acknowledged the work by Dr.
Suvankar Chakraverty and his group in an article titled by Mobile 2D
electron gas at oxide interfaces by INST is a promising candidate in modern
electronic devices. The research by Dr. Suvankar Chakraverty and his group
from INST has been carried out through world-class capabilities to produce
highest-quality oxide thin films, interface and heterostructures and novel
measurements of emergent phenomena arising from quantum phenomenon coupled with
the theory of relativity: Rashba Effects (momentum dependent splitting of
spin-bands in an electronic system) in 2d-electron gas at the interface of two
insulating oxide layers, where the magnetic state of an electron (q-bit) can be
control using electric field. It exhibits a perfect blending of the theory of
relativity and quantum mechanical phenomena.The study has important
consequences for not just basic physics but also applications to spintronics,
memory devices, dissipationless electronics and quantum devices.
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