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Dr. Mubashir Ahmad | Optoelectronic Devices | Young Scientist Award

Dr. Mubashir Ahmad, University of Kashmir, India

Dr. Mubashir Ahmad is a passionate researcher and lecturer at the University of Kashmir, India. He earned his Ph.D. in Electronics and Instrumentation Technology in March 2021, specializing in the design and modeling of Silicene Nanostructures for high-performance Field Effect Transistors. With a solid educational foundation, including an M.Sc. and B.Sc. from the University of Kashmir, Dr. Ahmad has showcased his expertise in atomistic studies of 2D materials and computational simulations of nano-electronic devices. His postdoctoral journey at prestigious institutions like IIT Gandhinagar and IIT Roorkee has further enriched his exploration of optoelectronic properties and non-volatile memories. Beyond research, Dr. Ahmad shares his knowledge as a dedicated lecturer in Jammu & Kashmir’s higher and school education departments. His extensive skill set encompasses various software packages and tools in the realm of materials characterization and electronics. Dr. Ahmad’s commitment to advancing technology is evident through his participation in workshops, including those focused on spintronics and advanced materials characterization. 🌐🔬👨‍🏫

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 273.
  • Citations – 273.
  • h-index – 9.
  • Documents – 24.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

🎓 Education:

Ph.D. in Electronics and Instrumentation Technology from the University of Kashmir, March 2021. Thesis: “Design and Modelling of Silicene Nanostructures Based High Performance Field Effect Transistor.” M.Sc. in Electronics and Instrumentation Technology (First Division), University of Kashmir, 2014. B.Sc. in Physics and Electronics (First Division), University of Kashmir, 2011. Qualified National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) in June 2019.

👨‍🏫 Teaching Experience:         

Lecturer at Jammu & Kashmir Higher Education Department, Jul 2021 to Dec 2021. Lecturer at Jammu & Kashmir School Education Department, Jun 2015 to Dec 2016.

🔬 Research Experience:

Postdoctoral Fellow at Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar, since Dec 2021. Project: “Investigations on the optoelectronic properties of III-V nanostructures.” Junior Research Fellow at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Apr 2021 to Jul 2021, and Oct 2020 to Jan 2021. Project: “Secure and Reliable Non-volatile Memories for ultralow power Applications.” Ph.D. Researcher at the University of Kashmir, Jul 2017 to Mar 2021, focusing on 2D materials and nano-electronic devices.

💻 Computer Skills:

Proficient in Atomistix Tool Kit (ATK), VASP, NanoDcal, Quantum Espresso, Crystal Maker, Nano TCAD ViDES. Familiar with MATLAB, Origin, GNUPlot.

🛠️ Workshops Attended:

GIAN Course on “Introduction to Spintronics” with Prof. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA. GIAN Course on “Logic Design under Paradigm of Rebooting Computing” with Himanshu Thapliyal, University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA. National Level Virtual Workshop on Advanced Materials Characterization Tools hosted by SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai.

🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Mubashir Ahmad, based at the University of Kashmir, India, is a prominent researcher delving into the realm of advanced materials and device applications, particularly focusing on silicene. His work spans various aspects, including the material’s properties, device fabrication, and innovative applications. With significant citations in recent years, his contributions include the development of sub-10-nm silicene nanoribbon field-effect transistors and the exploration of silicene-based heterojunctions for high-performance photodetectors. Dr. Ahmad’s research also extends to spin field-effect transistors, hydrogenated silicene-based magnetic junctions, and novel device designs, showcasing his expertise in pushing the boundaries of nanoelectronics and materials science. 🚀👨‍💼✨

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Mubashir Ahmad | Optoelectronic Devices | Young Scientist Award

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