Early career research award DCM2018
Diamond and Carbon Materials Early Career Research Award
The International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials “Early Career Research Award” recognises a postdoctoral researcher whose work, despite being in the early stage of his or her career, has already shown important impact in the field of diamond and carbon materials. The organisation wishes to offer the awardee the opportunity to highlight his or her achievements to date on an international stage through a plenary award presentation.
The DCM2018 Early Career Research Award winner is:
Cardiff University, UK
Presentation title: Thin film diamond devices and applications
I received my PhD from Department of Physics, IIT Kanpur, India in 2009. During my PhD I had studied the interaction between superconductors and ferromagnets and various galvanomagnetic properties of double exchange pervoskites like LSMO. After my PhD I joined Institut Neel, Grenoble, France as a postdoctoral researcher.
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There I worked on superconducting boron doped diamond devices. We have been successful in realizing quantum devices capable of operating in magnetic fields as high as 4T. We also created the first monolithic superconducting MEMS from boron doped diamond. I am currently a Research Associate working in School of Physics and Astronomy at Cardiff University, U.K.. My current research interest is the study of diamond as a material for device applications.
In addition to a Plenary Award Presentation (40 min.), Invited Speaker package, and Award certificate, the awardee will be highlighted via the different (social) media channels, including DCM, DRM, and Materials Today websites, etc.