Functional Materials & Devices Lab

MAITY GROUP



FMD Lab at a Glance

'Atom to Device'

Functional Materials & Devices Laboratory is based in the School Of Physics, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram (IISER TVM), India. Our research is strategically focused on three main research themes: New Functional Materials, Device Applications, and Sustainability. The group and the institute are home to a wide range of thin-film growth and nanofabrication equipment as well as a diverse suite of magnetic, electronic, and structural characterization techniques. Our present research encompasses fundamental research in materials engineering, spintronics, ion-tronics, and Quantum Materials.

FMD Lab at a Glance

'Atom to Device'

Functional Materials & Devices Laboratory is based in the School Of Physics, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram (IISER TVM), India. Our research is strategically focused on three main research themes: New Functional Materials, Device Applications, and Sustainability. The group and the institute are home to a wide range of thin-film growth and nanofabrication equipment as well as a diverse suite of magnetic, electronic, and structural characterization techniques. Our present research encompasses fundamental research in materials engineering, spintronics, ion-tronics, and Quantum Materials.

22.12.2022: The group attended IUMRS 2022 conference in IIT Jodhpur. PhD and iPhD students presented their work and get a chance to meet and interact with Prof Judith Driscoll.


19.12.2022: Tuhin joined his mentor Prof Judith Driscoll from Cambridge at IUMRS 2022 conference in IIT Jodhpur. She received MRSI Silver Jubilee International Medal.


26.11.2022: Manisha and Wasim have received international travel grants to attend International Workshop on Advanced Materials (February 19-21, 2023) in RAK, UAE.


30.10.2022: Dr Tuhin Maity of the School of Physics has received the “Royal Society International Exchange Award” with Dr Giuliana Di Martino of the University of Cambridge for a project on a new magneto-ionic memory. This award will stimulate novel research on the emerging area of energy-efficient RAM for the next two years and bilateral visits to strengthen collaborations between IISER-TVM and the University of Cambridge.