Dr Sanjeev Kumar
UKRI Future Leaders Fellow
Dept of Electronic & Electrical Eng
Faculty of Engineering Science
- Joined UCL
- 14th Jun 2010
Our current research activities involve investigating electron transport in low-dimensional semiconductors nanostructures based on GaAs at ultra-low temperatures and high magnetic field.
We investigate quantum many-body effects in condensed matter systems for discovering new fundamental quantum physics and harnessing them for future quantum technologies.
Some of the major, current activities:
1. Engineering electron wavefunction in low-dimensions (1D) for spintronics applications
2. Self-organised charge fractionlisation of electrons in the 1D-2D regime
3. Wigner Crystallisation of electrons in low-dimensions
4. Spin-orbit interactions
Other research interests:
1. Light matter interactions
2. Self assembly of molecules
3. Quantum transport through single molecules and self-assembled nano structures (nanoparticles, nanowires, nanotubes, etc.)
Research projects for MSc, MSci, MEng, and final year BEng students are currently available.
Supervision of 1) MSc Nanotechnology and 2) M Sc Physics research projects
- University of Delhi
- Doctorate, Doctor of Philosophy | 2006
PhD positions available
Home (UK/EU) students: If you are interested in doing a PhD in one of the areas mentioned on this page and have a first class or higher second class BSc/MSc/BEng degree, please contact as soon as possible with your detailed CV and an expression of interest.
International Students: Self funded students and those with international scholarship are encouraged to contact to discuss the possibility. Please send your detailed CV with an expression of interest.