Experimental Validation of Switching Dependence of Nanoscale-Y2O3 Memristor on Electrode Symmetry via Physical Electro-Thermal Modeling, ACS Applied Electronic Materials, accepted, June 2023.
Photo-activated Pd-loaded WO3 for Enhanced H2S Sensing, IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 23, no. 12, pp. 12552-12558, June 2023.
Memristor-inspired Digital Logic Circuits and Comparison with 90-/180-nm CMOS Technologies, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, accepted, May 2023.
Automatic Diagnosis of COVID-19 with MCA inspired TQWT-based Classification of Chest X-ray Images, Computers in Biology and Medicine, vol. 152, no. 106331, pp. 1-11, January 2023.
The Hybrid Nanodevice Research Group (HNRG) led by Prof. Shaibal Mukherjee in Electrical Engineering at IIT Indore explores new physics of micro- and nano-structured materials, and to apply this knowledge in realizing advanced devices and systems for chemical, biological, optical, electronic and energy applications.
HNRG has been actively involved in diverse research domains including design, fabrication, testing, and packaging of high-performance devices in: (a) RRAM/Artifical Neurons, (b) Photovoltaic, (c) Biochemical sensors to detect toxic gases and chemicals in the environment, (d) HFETs/HEMTs for high-power and high-frequency systems, (e) LED/Photodetectors.
HNRG has strong collaboration with industries and academia in India and in the USA, Saudi Arabia, Russia, France, Portugal, Israel, Italy, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, and Germany.
Former PhD students after doing their doctoral research work from HNRG are successfully placed in in IITs, NITs, IIIT, IISc, SNU, and Japan.
IEEE MP Section EDS Chapter organizes a DL by Dr. Xing Zhou from NTU, Singapore
IEEE Sensors Council SB Chapter organizes an invited webinar by Dr. Akshay Singh from IISc
IEEE Sensors Council SB Chapter organizes a DL by Prof. Eui Hyeok Yang from SIT, USA
IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) Student Chapter has won 2021 Best Chapter Award
IEEE NTC Chapter has organized 2022 Research Conclave
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