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Battery Interfaces, TOF-SIMS, Ultrafast spectroscopy, Terahertz generation and Material science

Prince Sharma is a Post doctoral researcher now affiliated with National Institute for Materials Science, Japan. His research contributions span ultrafast spectroscopy, terahertz generation, battery interfaces, and material science. Here are some key aspects of his work: 1. Terahertz Generation in Topological Insulators Utilizing time-resolved ultrafast spectroscopy, Prince Sharma has investigated terahertz generation in single-crystal bismuth selenide (Bi2Se3), bismuth telluride (Bi2Te3) and Antimony telluride (Sb2Te3) topological insulators. Terahertz radiation has significant applications in communication, imaging, and material characterization. 2. Ultrafast Excited-State Dynamics His studies on the ultrafast excited-state dynamics of topological materials, their heterostructure with graphene, fluorographene, and MoS2 along with SnSe2โ€“SnSe composite thin films offer insights into the behaviour of novel materials under optical excitation, which is crucial for the development of efficient optoelectronic devices. 3. Topological Superconducting Materials and Interfaces Prince Sharma has extensively reviewed topological superconducting materials and their interfaces. His work explores the unique properties of these materials, which combine superconductivity with topological surface states, promising applications in quantum computing, energy storage, and advanced electronic devices. 4. Magneto-Conductivity of Topological materials Sharma and his collaborators have modelled the magneto-conductivity of topological insulator, to understand its electronic transport properties. This material is notable for its unique surface states that can be influenced by external magnetic fields. 5. Metal Doping and Intercalations in Topological Insulators Sharma's research emphasizes the impact of metal doping and intercalations in topological materials to achieve tuneable terahertz generation, allowing researchers to modify the electronic properties of these materials through specific dopants and intercalated atoms. 6. Solid State battery Ionics Sharma has recently initiated research endeavours focusing on battery materials utilizing Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) for solid-state batteries, alongside the commencement of fabrication processes for solid-state thin-film batteries. Prince Sharma's research bridges fundamental physics and practical applications, focusing on the intriguing properties of topological materials. His contributions significantly advance the field of condensed matter physics and pave the way for innovative technological developments. For more details, visit his Google Scholar profile ( ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ”ฌ

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