Welcome to the Computational Condensed Matter Physics Group
We develop and use computational tools to probe physics of atomic and many-atomic complex systems

RESEARCH

I work in the area of Computational Condensed Matter and Computational Many-Body Physics. My research expertise encapsulates the development and use of computational tools to probe exciting physics and corresponding technological application in atomic and many-atomic complex systems. My current research interests are:

  • Ferroelectric(Antiferroelectric) bulk and nanostructures
  • Ferromagnetic(Antiferromagnetic) bulk and nanostructures
  • Multiferroic bulk and nanostructures
  • Relaxor ferroelectric
  • Development and application of relativistic coupled-cluster based methods
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    RECENT PUBLICATIONS

    "RCCPAC: A parallel relativistic coupled-cluster program for closed-shell and one-valence atoms and ions in FORTRAN", Comp. Phys. Comm. 213, 136 (2017)

    "Nanoscale properties of PbZrO3 nanowires: phase competition for enhanced energy conversion and storage", Comput. Mater. Sci. 117, 468 (2016)

    "Emergence of ferroelectricity in antiferroelectric nanostructures", Nanotechnology 27, 195705 (2016)

    "Highly tunable piezocaloric effect in antiferroelectric PbZrO3", Phys. Rev. B, 93, 064108 (2016)

    "Scaling law for electrocaloric temperature change in antiferroelectrics", Sci. Rep. 6, 19590 (2016)

    All Publications

    HIGHLIGHTS

    Critical Thickness for Antiferroelectricity in PbZrO3 Read More
    Enhanced Magnetoelectric Coupling in Multiferroics Read More
    Order-disorder phase transition in PbTiO3 Read More
    Electromagnons in antiferromagnetic BiFeO3 Read More