Department of Physics, IIT Guwahati
Room No: 5
- Computational materials science, Electronic structure calculations and physics of chemically disordered alloys, magnetic materials, complex oxides, materials in low dimensions.
Computational study of materials for target applications is an emerging field. It acts as a bridge between theoretical formulation and experimental realisation of materials with specific properties. My group is engaged in first-principles computations of properties of materials from their electronic structures. We use Density Functional Theory (DFT) and model Hamiltonians to understand the microscopic origin of physical behaviour in complex materials. The current focus of the group is on magnetic materials for spintronics applications, shape memory properties and magneto-caloric applications; complex oxides with various functionalities and 2D materials for supercapacitors.
Sheuly Ghosh and Subhradip Ghosh"Role of composition, site ordering, and magnetic structure for the structural stability of off-stoichiometric Ni2MnSb alloys with excess Ni and Mn ", Physical Review B vol.99, no. , pp.064112-064124, 
Debasish Das and Subhradip Ghosh"Site Occupancies and Their Effects on the Physical Properties of Spinel Co (Cr1-xFex).2O4: An Ab Initio Study ", Physics Status Solidi B vol.DOI:0.1002, no.4 , pp.1800025-1800032, 
S. Ghosh, S. Singh, D. C. Joshi, P. Pramanik, S. Ghosh, P. K. Mishra and S.Thota"Role of dilution on the electronic structure and magnetic ordering of spinel cobaltites", Physical Review B (APS) vol.98, no. , pp.235119-1-14, 
Ashis Kundu, Srikrishna Ghosh, Rudra Banerjee, Subhradip Ghosh, Biplab Sanyal"New Quaternary Half-metallic ferromagnets with large Curie temperatures", Scientific Reports vol.7, no.1, pp.1803, 
T. A. Dar, D. C. Joshi, S. Nayak, R. T. George, S. Ghosh and S. Thota"Structural and Micro-Raman studies of Ferroelectric KNaNbO3 and CuO composites", National Workshop on Fluorescence and Raman Spectroscopy vol., no. , pp. ,