Bhaskaran Muralidharan

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Contact Information

Associate Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering
IIT Bombay, Powai
Mumbai 400 076, India
Email : bm[AT]ee.iitb.ac.in
Phone (O) : +91 22-2576 9411
Phone (R) : +91 22-2576 8411
Office room no: Nanoelectronics Bldg 6th Floor

Google Scholar Profile: http://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=PWFVEKIAAAAJ&hl=en

Current Research Interests

I work in the area of quantum transport theory. I am basically interested in the physics and simulation of non-equilibrium phenomena in a variety of nanoscale systems. Expertise in microscopic simulation of non-equilibrium phenomena will play a crucial role not only in the research and design of emerging electronic and spintronic devices, but also in diverse areas such as biological systems. Our simulations are based on the Boltzmann transport equation, Non-equilibrium Green’s function (NEGF) formalism, and the many body density matrix formalism, depending on the regime of application, in order to address a large class of problems encompassing electron, spin, and energy transport. Current efforts include:

  • Advanced Logic and Memory Functionalities

Exploring novel logic and memory functionalities, both charge and spin based. Some of the current applications include phase change memories, spin transfer torque for magnetic RAM.

Related (Selected) Publications and Preprints:

1. “Resonant spin transfer torque nano-oscillators”

      A. Sharma, A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv: 1702.01869, (2017) 

2. “Ultrasensitive nanoscale magnetic field sensors based on resonant spin-filtering”

      A. Sharma, A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, IEEE Trans. on Elec. Dev., Vol. 63, No. 11, 4527-4534, (2016)

3. “Programming current reduction via enhanced asymmetry-induced thermoelectric effects in vertical nanopillar phase change memory cells”

      J. Bahl, B. Rajendran and B. Muralidharan IEEE Trans. Elec. Dev, 62, 12, 4015-4021, (2015).
     

4.”Proposal for a domain-wall nano-oscillator driven by non-uniform spin currents”

      S. Sharma, B. Muralidharan and A. Tulapurkar, Scientific Reports, 5, 14647 (2015).

5. “Nanoscale-Magneto-resistance Sensors with enhanced sensitivity using resonant tunneling magnetic junctions”

      N. Chatterji, A. Sharma, A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, Proceedings of SSDM, Sapporo, Japan, (2015).

6. “Enhancement of spin transfer torque switching via resonant tunneling”

      N. Chatterji, A. A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, Appl. Phys. Lett., (105), 232410, (2014).

* Control and Manipulation of spins

Related (Selected) Publications and Preprints:

1. “Resistively-detected lineshapes in a quasi one-dimensional electron gas”

     M. H. Fauzi, A. Singha, M. F. Sahdan, M. Takahashi, K. Sato, K. Nagase, B. Muralidharan and Y. Hirayama, 
     Phys. Rev. B (Rapid Comm), 95, 241404(R) (2017).

2. “Landauer-Büttiker approach for hyperfine mediated electronic transport in the integer quantum Hall regime”

     A. Singha, M. H. Fauzi, Y. Hirayama and B. Muralidharan, Phys. Rev. B, (95), 115416, (2017). 

3. “A Bayesian view of single qubit clocks and an energy-accuracy tradeoff”

     M. Gopalkrishnan, V. Kandula, P. Sriram, A. Deshpande and B. Muralidharan
     Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT), Barcelona, (2016),
     Also, Phys. Rev. A (in press) (2017).

4. “Role of dual nuclear baths on spin blockade leakage current bistabilities”

      S. Buddhiraju and B. Muralidharan, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, (26), 485302, (2014).

5. “NEMO-3D based atomistic simulation of a double quantum-dot structure for spin-blockaded transport”.

      B. Muralidharan, H. Ryu, Z. Huang, and G. Klimeck, J. Comp. Elect., (7), 403-406, (2008).

6. “Generic Model for Current Collapse in Spin Blockaded Transport”.

      B. Muralidharan, and S. Datta, Phys. Rev. B, (76), 035432-035439, (2007).
  • Nanoscale and spintronic energy conversion

Nano and spin caloritronics. Exploring the interplay between charge, spin and heat transport.

Related (Selected) Publications

1. “Thermoelectric cooling and thermal switching via the non-linear phonon Peltier effect”

    B. De and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv:1707.08248, (2017).

2. “Incoherent scattering can favorably influence energy filtering in nanostructured thermoelectrics”

    A. Singha and B. Muralidharan, Scientific Reports,7, 7879, (2017).

3. “Classical information driven quantum dot thermal machines”

    A. Shah, S. Vinjanampathy and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv:1706:4299, (2017).

4. “Superior thermoelectric performance via “anti-reflection” enabled double barrier structures”

     S. Mukherjee, P. Priyadarshi and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv: 1706.01669, (2017).

5. “Resonant enhancement in nanoscale thermoelectric performance via electronic thermal conductivity engineering”

     U. Patil and B. Muralidharan, Physica E: Low dimensional systems, 85, 27-33 (2017). 

6. “Thermoelectric study of dissipative quantum dot heat engines”

     B. De and B. Muralidharan, Phys. Rev. B, 94, 165416,(2016).

7. “Exploring Packaging strategies of Nano-embedded Thermoelectric Generators”

      A. Singha, S. D. Mahanti and B. Muralidharan, AIP Advances, 5, 107210, (2015).

8. “Optimal Single Quantum Dot heat-to-pure-spin-current converters”

      S. Buddhiraju and B. Muralidharan, Physica B, 478, 153-160, (2015). 

9. “Power and efficiency analysis of a realistic resonant tunneling diode thermoelectric”

      A. Agarwal and B. Muralidharan, Appl. Phys. Lett., (105), 013104, (2014).

10. “Power-efficiency trade-off in nanoscale thermoelectric energy conversion”

      B. Muralidharan, Proceedings of IEEE conference on emerging electronics, (2013). 

11. “Thermoelectric spin accumulation and long time spin precession in a non-collinear quantum dot spin-valve”

      B. Muralidharan, and M. Grifoni, Phys. Rev. B (88), 045402, (2013).      

12. “Performance analysis of an interacting quantum dot thermoelectric set up”,

      B. Muralidharan, and M. Grifoni, Phys Rev. B (85), 155423, (2012).

Academic Background

  • Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, 2008
  • M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, 2003
  • B. Tech., Engineering Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, 2001

Work Experience

  • Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Dec 2015 onwards
  • Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, May 2012-Dec 2015
  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Institut für Theoretische Physik, Universität Regensburg, May 2011-May 2012
  • Postdoctoral Researcher, Mechanical Engineering Department, MIT, June 2008-Jan 2011.

Academic Positions Held

  • Editorial Board Member, Scientific Reports, Nature Publishing Group, from July 2016
  • Visiting Professor, Institute for Quantum Computing, University of Waterloo, Canada, Summer 2016
  • WPI-AIMR Visiting Scientist, Department of Physics, Tohoku University, Japan, Summer 2015
  • APS-IUSSTF Professorship theory visitor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Michigan State University, Summer 2014

Courses

  • Spring 2013- EE 724- Nanoelectronics
  • Fall 2013- EE 301 - Electromagnetic Waves
  • Spring 2014- EE 724- Nanoelectronics
  • Fall 2014-
    1. EE 301 - Electromagnetic Waves
    2. EE 751 - Nanomagnetism and Spintronics
  • Spring 2015- EE 724- Nanoelectronics
  • Fall 2015- EE 301 - Electromagnetic Waves
  • Spring 2016- EE 727 - Physics of Nanoscale Devices II
  • Fall 2016 - EE 751 - Nanomagnetism and Spintronics
    1. EE 227 - Microelectronics
  • Spring 2017 - EE 755 - Quantum Transport in Nanoscale Devices
  • Fall 2017 - EE 723 - Physics of Nanoscale Devices - I

Group Members

  • PhD students
  Jyotsna Bahl
  Anirban Basak
  Bitan De
  Debasis Das
  Anup Kumar Mandia
  Swarnadip Mukherjee
  Pankaj Priyadarshi 
  Aniket Singha
  Abhishek Sharma
  • Masters/Dual Degree Students
  Vivek Arte
  Arnab Manna
  Aritra Lahiri
  Praveen Sriram
  • Undergraduate students (B. Tech)
  Sattwik Deb Mishra
  Sandesh Kalantre
  • Past students
  Pulkit Tandon (B. Tech Project 2016 - Now pursuing Phd in Stanford Unviersity) - **Outstanding Dissertation Award**
  V Srikrishna (B. Tech Project 2016 - Now pursuing Phd in UC Berkeley)
  Aravindh Kumar (B. Tech Project 2016- Now pursuing Phd in Stanford University)
  Urvesh Patil (Dual Degree 2016- Now pursuing Phd in Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland) - **Outstanding Dissertation Award**
  Siddharth Buddhiraju (Dual Degree Project 2015-Now pursuing Phd in Stanford University)-**Outstanding Dissertation Award**
  Sanchar Sharma (Dual Degree Project 2015-Now pursuing Phd at Delft, Netherlands) - **Outstanding Dissertation Award**
  Niladri Chatterji (Dual Degree Project 2015- Now pursuing Phd in UC Berkeley)
  Puneet Arora (Dual Degree Project 2015)
  Anjaly T R (M. Tech Project 2015-now at Global Foundries, Singapore)
  Ashutosh Patil (Supervised Research Exposition 2014)
  Ashwini Kumar (B. Tech Project 2014)
  Vinit Kumar Singh (B. Tech Project 2014)
  Supath Das (Project Staff Jan-Oct 2014)
  Akshay Agarwal (Dual Degree thesis 2014- Now pursuing Phd at MIT)
  Harpreet Arora (Dual Degree thesis 2014- Now pursuing Phd at Caltech)
  Kingshuk Mallick (M. Tech Project - Now pursuing Phd at IISc Bangalore)
  Sabareesh Nikhil (B. Tech SRE (independent study) - Now pursuing M. S. at UCLA)
  Abhinav Kumar (B. Tech SRE (independent study) - Now pursuing M. S. at UCLA)
  Meghana Katta (B. Tech Project 2013 - Now with Qatar Airways)
  Sajid Ali (intern- summer 2013)
  Priyanka deSouza (Dual degree project 2013- Now at Oxford University)
  Rubasri Kalidas (Intern from IITB internship programme 2013- Now pursuing M. S. at Virginia Tech)

Journal Publications and Preprints

2017

1. “Non-equilibrium Green’s function study of magneto-conductance signatures in clean and disordered nanowires”

   A. Lahiri, K. Gharavi, J. Baugh and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv: 1609.01623, (2017).

2. “Bayesian view of single qubit clocks and an energy accuracy trade-off”

    M. Gopalkrishnan, V. Kandula, P. Sriram, A. Deshpande and B. Muralidharan, Phys. Rev. A, (in press) (2017).

3. “Thermoelectric cooling and thermal switching via the non-linear phonon Peltier effect”

    B. De and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv:1707.08248, (2017).

4. “A general theoretical framework for characterizing solvated electronic structure via voltammetry: Applied to Carbon Nanotubes”

    M. S. Hossain, B. Muralidharan and K. Bevan, Journal of Physical Chem. C, 121 (33), 18288-18298, (2017).

5. “Incoherent scattering can favorably influence energy filtering in nanostructured thermoelectrics”

     A. Singha and B. Muralidharan, Scientific Reports, 7, 7879, (2017).

6. “Classical information driven quantum dot thermal machines”

     A. Shah, S. Vinjanampathy and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv:1706:4299, (2017).

7. “Superior thermoelectric performance via “anti-reflection” enabled double barrier structures”

     S. Mukherjee, P. Priyadarshi and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv: 1706.01669, (2017).

8. “Resistively-detected lineshapes in a quasi one-dimensional electron gas”

     M. H. Fauzi, A. Singha, M. F. Sahdan, M. Takahashi, K. Sato, K. Nagase, B. Muralidharan and Y. Hirayama, 
     Phys. Rev. B (Rapid Comm), 95, 241404(R), (2017).

9. “Resonant spin transfer torque nano-oscillators”

     A. Sharma, A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv: 1702.01869, (2017) 

10. “Landauer-Büttiker approach for hyperfine mediated electronic transport in the integer quantum Hall regime”

     A. Singha, M. H. Fauzi, Y. Hirayama and B. Muralidharan, Phys. Rev. B, (95), 115416, (2017). 

11. “Resonant enhancement in nanoscale thermoelectric performance via electronic thermal conductivity engineering”

     U. Patil and B. Muralidharan, Physica E: Low dimensional systems, 85, 27-33, (2017).

2016

12. “Thermoelectric study of dissipative quantum dot heat engines”

     B. De and B. Muralidharan, Phys. Rev. B, 94, 165416, (2016).

13. “Ultrasensitive nanoscale magnetic field sensors based on resonant spin filtering”

     A. Sharma, A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, IEEE Trans. Elec. Dev., 63, 11, 4527-4534, (2016).

14. “A Bayesian view of single qubit clocks and an energy-accuracy tradeoff”

     M. Gopalkrishnan, V. Kandula, P. Sriram, A. Deshpande and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv:1602.00508, (2016)
     Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Theory, Barcelona, (2016).

2015

15. “Programming current reduction via enhanced asymmetry-induced thermoelectric effects in vertical nanopillar phase change memory cells”

      J. Bahl, B. Rajendran and B. Muralidharan IEEE Trans. Elec. Dev, 62, 12, 4015-4021, (2015).

16. “Exploring Packaging strategies of Nano-embedded Thermoelectric Generators”

      A. Singha, S. D. Mahanti and B. Muralidharan, AIP Advances, 5, 107210 (2015).

17. “Optimal quantum dot heat-to-pure-spin-current converters”

      S. Buddhiraju and B. Muralidharan, Physica B, 478, 153-160, (2015).

18. “Proposal for a domain-wall nano-oscillator driven by non-uniform spin currents”

      S. Sharma, B. Muralidharan and A. Tulapurkar, Scientific Reports, 5, 14647 (2015).     

2014

19. “Thermoelectric pure spin currents through quantum dots weakly coupled to non-magnetic contacts”

      S. Buddhiraju and B. Muralidharan, ArXiv: 1412.3706, (2014). 

20. “Enhancement of spin transfer torque switching via resonant tunneling”

      N. Chatterji, A. A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, Appl. Phys. Lett., (105), 232410, (2014).

21. “Role of dual nuclear baths on spin blockade leakage current bistabilities”

      S. Buddhiraju and B. Muralidharan, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, (26), 485302, (2014).

22. “Power and efficiency analysis of a realistic resonant tunneling diode thermoelectric”

      A. Agarwal and B. Muralidharan, Appl. Phys. Lett., (105), 013104, (2014).

2013

23. “Thermoelectric spin accumulation and long time spin precession in a non-collinear quantum dot spin-valve”

      B. Muralidharan, and M. Grifoni, Phys. Rev. B (88), 045402, (2013).      

Publications prior to joining IIT Bombay:

24. “Performance analysis of an interacting quantum dot thermoelectric set up”,

      B. Muralidharan, and M. Grifoni, Phys Rev. B (85), 155423, (2012).

25. “Role of Multiparticle excitations in Coulomb Blockaded transport”,

      B. Muralidharan, L. Siddiqui, and A. W.  Ghosh, J. Phys: Condens. Matter, (20), 374109-374122, (2008), 
     (invited article on special issue on charge transfer).              

26. “Rectification by charging-Contact induced asymmetry in molecular conductors”.

      O. D. Miller, B. Muralidharan, N. Kapur, and A. W. Ghosh, Phys. Rev. B, (77), 125427-125437, (2008). 

27. “NEMO-3D based atomistic simulation of a double quantum-dot structure for spin-blockaded transport”.

      B. Muralidharan, H. Ryu, Z. Huang, and G. Klimeck, J. Comp. Elect., (7), 403-406, (2008).

28. “Theory of high bias Coulomb Blockade through ultra short molecules”.

      B. Muralidharan, A. W. Ghosh, S. K. Pati and S. Datta, IEEE Trans. Nano, (6), 536-544, (2007). 

29. “Generic Model for Current Collapse in Spin Blockaded Transport”.

      B. Muralidharan, and S. Datta, Phys. Rev. B, (76), 035432-035439, (2007).

30. “Conductance in molecular quantum dots”.

      B. Muralidharan, A. W. Ghosh, and S. Datta, J. Molecular Simulation, (34), 751-758, (2006).

31. “Probing electronic excitations in molecular conduction”.

      B. Muralidharan,  A. W. Ghosh, and S. Datta, Phys. Rev. B, (74), 155410-155415, (2006).

32. “Design of double-passed Arrayed Waveguide Gratings for femtosecond pulse processing”.

      B. Muralidharan, V. Balakrishnan, and A. M. Weiner, IEEE Journal of Lightwave Technology, (24), 586-597, (2006). 

Selected Invited Conference and Workshop Presentations

1. “Information driven quantum thermal machines”

  B. Muralidharan, Workshop on Open Quantum Systems, International Center for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore, July 2017.

2. “Information driven quantum dot heat engines”

  B. Muralidharan, International Conference on Computational Modeling and Simulation, 
 (Focus session on Quantum Information), Colombo, Sri Lanka, May 2017.

3. “Computational quantum transport for nanoelectronics”

  B. Muralidharan, DST Indo-Korea Workshop, JNCASR, Bangalore, India, Mar 2017.

4. “Improved spintronic device functionalities via resonant spin filtering”

  B Muralidharan
  Conference on Emerging Technologies, ETCMOS 2016, Montreal,QC, Canada, May 2016.

5. “Molecular Chemistry in Nanoelectronics”

  B Muralidharan
  Outreach Lecture, Royal Society of Chemistry and IGNOU, Nagpur, Mar 2016.

6. “Nanoelectronics theory”

  B Muralidharan
  Lectures in the School on nanoscale electronic transport and magnetism, 
  Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, Feb 2016.

7. “Molecular thermoelectric heat engines and coolers”

 B. Muralidharan
 "Modern trends in electron transfer chemistry: from molecular electronics to devices"
 International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore, Jan 2016.

8. “Quantum Transport- New Paradigms and Possibilities”

  B. Muralidharan
  Indo-French Workshop on Emerging Trends in Electron Device Modeling, Mar 2015.

9. “Exploring Quantum Transport of Charge, Spin and Energy at the Nanoscale”

  B. Muralidharan
  Current Trends in Condensed Matter Physics, NISER, Bhubaneswar, Feb 2015.

10. “Role of nuclear spin dynamics on singlet-triplet qubits in double quantum dots”

  B. Muralidharan
  Current Trends in Condensed Matter Physics, NISER, Bhubaneswar, Feb 2015.

11. “Looking beyond the figure of merit- Power efficiency trade-off in low-dimensional thermoelectrics”

  B. Muralidharan
  2nd Indo-US workshop on thermoelectrics, New Delhi, Dec 2014

12. “The NEGF method for nanoscale device simulation”

  B. Muralidharan
  Compact modeling workshop, IISc, Bangalore, Aug 2014

13. “Enhancing the performance of low-dimensional thermoelectrics”

  B. Muralidharan and A. Agarwal
  International Conference on Physics at surfaces and interfaces 
  Puri, Odisha, Feb 2014

14. “Nanoscale thermoelectric energy conversion”

   B. Muralidharan
   IEEE Conference on emerging electronics
   IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India, Dec 2012.

Conference Proceedings

1. “A Bayesian viewpoint of single-qubit clocks and an energy versus accuracy trade-off”

      M. Gopalkrishnan, V. Kandula, P. Sriram, A. Deshpande and B. Muralidharan, Proceedings of IEEE ISIT (2016).

2. “Improved spintronic device functionalities via resonant spin filtering”

      B. Muralidharan, ETCMOS Digest, (2016).

3. “Nanoscale-Magneto-resistance Sensors with enhanced sensitivity using resonant tunneling magnetic junctions”

      N. Chatterji, A. Sharma, A. Tulapurkar and B. Muralidharan, Proceedings of SSDM, Sapporo, Japan, (2015).

4. “Analog memristive time dependent learning using discrete RRAM devices”

      A. Singha, B. Muralidharan and B. Rajendran, Proceedings of IEEE IJCNN, (2248-2255), (2014).

5. “Power-efficiency trade-off in nanoscale thermoelectric energy conversion”

      B. Muralidharan, Proceedings of IEEE conference on emerging electronics, (2013). 

6. “Are short molecules quantum dot arrays?”.

      B. Muralidharan, A. W. Ghosh, S. K. Pati, and S. Datta, Proceedings of IEEE-nano, 130-133, (2006).

7. “Towards a theory for single molecule conduction”.

      A. W. Ghosh, B. Muralidharan, G-C. Liang, and S. Datta, Proceedings of IEEE-nano, 419-421, (2006). 

Selected Contributed Conference Presentations

1. “Theoretical models for hyperfine mediated electronic transport in the integer quantum Hall regime”

  A. Singha, H. Fauzi, Y. Hirayama and B. Muralidharan,
  22nd International Conference on High-Magnetic Fields in Semiconductor Physics, Sapporo, Japan, July 2016.

2. “Use of Resonant Tunneling for Thermoelectric Enhancement”

  B. Muralidharan and A. Agarwal
  DPG Spring Meeting, Berlin, Mar 2015.

3. “Proposal for a Resonant Tunneling Magnetic Tunnel Junction”

  B. Muralidharan, N. Chatterji and A. A. Tulapurkar,
  DPG Spring Meeting, Berlin, Mar 2015.

4. “Role of dual nuclear baths in spin blockade hysteresis”

  B. Muralidharan and S. Buddhiraju
  DPG Spring meeting 2014
  Dresden, Germany, April 2014

5. “Overhauser effect in spin-blockaded double quantum dots-the case of dual hysteresis”

  S. Buddhiraju and B. Muralidharan
  APS March meeting 2014
  Denver, CO, USA, March 2014

6. “Power-efficiency trade-off in nanoscale thermoelectrics-An RTD study”

  A. Agarwal and B. Muralidharan
  APS March meeting 2014
  Denver, CO, USA, March 2014

7. “Thermoelectric spin accumulation and long-time precession in non-collinear quantum dot spin valves”

  B. Muralidharan and M. Grifoni
  SPINTECH conference 2013
  Chicago, IL, Aug 2013

8. “Power efficiency trade off due to density of states (DOS) distortion in a molecular thermoelectric”

   P. deSouza and B. Muralidharan
   APS March meeting 2013,
   Baltimore, MD, Mar 2013.

9. “Performance analysis of a quantum dot thermoelectric”

   B. Muralidharan and M. Grifoni
   DPG spring meeting
   Berlin, Germany, Mar 2012.

10. “Insights into local electronic heat transport across nanoscale interfaces”

   B. Muralidharan and G. Chen
   APS March Meeeting
   Portland, OR, Mar 2010.

11. “Dynamic nuclear polarization in spin blockaded double quantum dots”

   B. Muralidharan and S. Datta
   APS March Meeting
   New Orleans, LA, Mar 2008.

12. “NEMO-3D based atomistic simulation of a double quantum dot structure for spin blockaded transport”

  B. Muralidharan, H. Ryu, Z. Huang and G. Klimeck
  International Workshop for Computational Electronics (IWCE)
  University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Oct 2007.

13. “Spin-blockaded transport through coupled quantum dots”

   B. Muralidharan and S. Datta
   APS March meeting                            
   Denver CO, Mar 2007.

14. “Are short molecules quantum dot arrays?”

   B. Muralidharan, A. W. Ghosh, S. K. Pati and S. Datta
   IEEE-conference on nano-technology                  
   Cincinnati OH, Jul 2006.

15. “Quantitative theories for single molecule conduction-Formal and theoretical challenges”

   B. Muralidharan, A. W. Ghosh and S. Datta
   Synergy between computation and experiments at nanoscale
   Harvard University, Cambridge MA, Jun 2006.

16. “Is a molecule a quantum wire or a quantum dot?”

    B. Muralidharan, A. W. Ghosh and S. Datta
    APS March meeting                              
    Baltimore MD, Mar 2006.

Professional Activities, Awards and Outreach

1. Member of Editorial Board, Scientific Reports, Nature Publishing Group.

2. Member of American Physical Society (APS)

3. Referee for Phys Rev Lett, Journal of American Chemical Society, Phys Rev E, Phys Rev Applied, Phys Rev B, Pramana, Europhysics B, Journal of Applied Physics, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter, AIP advances, Elsevier journals, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, IEEE TED.

4. Outreach: Design of online Coulomb Blockade lab on the nano-hub for teaching Coulomb blockade transport http://nanohub.org/resources/4231

5. DST-JSPS (Department of Science and Technology- Japan Society for Promotion of Science) exploratory exchange visit award 2013.

6. APS-IUSSTF (American Physical Society - Indo-US Science and Technology Forum) visiting professorship award 2014.

7. Organizer- School on Nanoscale Electronic Transport and Magnetism-from fundamentals to applications, Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India, Feb. 2016.

 
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