Dr. Ranjit Pati

Dr. Pati received his Master of Science in Physics from Utkal University (India) in 1990, and received his Ph.D in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics from University at Albany, State University of New York, New York (USA) in 1998. His current research is mainly focused on understanding some of the open issues in nanoscience. Particularly, he is trying to answer several key questions pertaining to the charge and spin transfer process involving nanoscale junction in a non-equilibrium condition using quantum many body theory. More Information


MeghnathMeghnath Jaishi

Meghnath got his Master degree in Physics from Tribhuvan University(Nepal) in 2009. He has joined Dr. Pati's group in Fall 2014. His current work is focussed on charge and spin transport study in nano-scale junctions.

Former Group Members

  • Dr. Pavan Kumar Valavala (MS, 2008, currently at Dow Chemical, USA).

  • Dr. Puspamitra Panigrahi (PhD, 2009, currently at Hindustan University, CENCON, India).

  • Dr. Partha Pratim Pal (PhD, 2011, currently at Northwestern University, USA).

  • Dr. Subhasish Mandal (PhD, 2012, currently at Yale University, USA).

  • Dr. Kamal B. Dhungana (PhD, 2015, currently at University of Iowa, USA)

  • Brandon Johnson (Undergraduate, 2009, currently at MIT, USA).

  • Mike McClain (Undergraduate, 2010).

  • Tony Szedlak (Undergraduate, 2008).

  • Douglas Banyai (Undergraduate, 2007).

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