Kabir Group
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We are computational condensed matter group involved in understanding and predicting how quantum many-body interactions dictate exotic and emergent electronic, magnetic, optical and transport properties in advanced materials. We employ state-of-the-art and hierarchical first-principles theories along with the model Hamiltonians. Broadly we are interested in,

(a) Two-dimensional materials and their heterostructures
(b) Quantum materials, strong electron correlations and topology
(c) Magnetism and superconductivity

For more details please follow our research page.

Postdoctoral position available immediately. We have an open position [2+1 years] to work on Quantum Magnetism in two-dimension. This position is funded through the iHUB-Quantum Technology Foundation at IISER Pune, and the salary will be consolidated 80,000 INR per month. Interested candidates contact directly with CV.

Candidates interested to apply for SERB-NPDF funded postdoctoral positions may also contact. The sucessful candidates will choose to work on (m)any of the above projects. Prespective PhD and PDF candidates should enquire through email.

Recent/Selected Publications

Chandan Singh and Mukul Kabir, Long-range anisotropic Heisenberg ferromagnets and electrically tunable ordering, Physical Review B 103, 214411 (2021) [DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.103.214411]

Rohit Babar and Mukul Kabir, Ferromagnetism in nitrogen-doped graphene, Physical Review B 99, 115442 (2019) [DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.99.115442]

Srilatha Arra, Rohit Babar and Mukul Kabir, Exciton in phosphorene: Strain, impurity, thickness, and heterostructure, Physical Review B 99, 045432 (2019) [DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.99.045432]

Rohit Babar and Mukul Kabir, Gate-dependent vacancy diffusion in graphene, Physical Review B 98, 075439 (2018) [DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.98.075439]

Rohit Babar and Mukul Kabir, Engineering Kondo state in two-dimensional semiconducting phosphorene, Physical Review B 97, 045132 (2018) [DOI:10.1103/PhysRevB.97.045132]

Funding & Resources

Last Updated: 01 Sept 2021
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