Principal Investigator: Pratap Raychaudhuri
Position: Professor (H)
2009-2015: Associate Professor (G), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
2005-2009: Reader F, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
E, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India
Office: C-342, DCMPMS
My profile on Google Scholar: http://tinyurl.com/pratap-google-scholar
Awards and Distinctions
2018: Elected as a member of the IUPAP commission for Low Temperature Physics (C5)
2015: Elected Fellow of the Indian Academy of Science, Bangalore
2014: Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize in Physical Sciences
2009: NASI-Scopus Young Scientist Award, 2009
2006: Anil Kumar Bose Memorial Medal by the Indian National Science Academy
2003: INSA Medal for Young Scientists
2001: TAA-Geeta Udgaonkar Award for the Best Ph.D. Thesis in Physical Sciences
1999: Awarded First Prize for presentation titled "Colossal magneto-resistance: novel properties, new materials and a new model" at the Annual Colloquium for Young Physicists organised by Indian Physical Society, Kolkata
1995: Prof. K.L. Chopra endowment prize for the best experimental (M.Sc.) project, IIT Kharagpur
“Phase fluctuation induced pseudogap
in a strongly disordered s-wave superconductor, NbN”
Transport in Interacting Disordered Systems
TIDS– 14, Acre, September 5 - 8, 2011.
Talks given at National/International Conferences*
“Phase Fluctuations in a strongly disordered s-wave superconductor close to the metal-insulator transition” International conference on strongly correlated electron systems SCES 2011, 29th August - 3rd September 2011 in Cambridge, UK.
“Phase fluctuations in 2D and 3D NbN thin films”
“Phase diagram of a strongly disordered s-wave superconductor, NbN, close to the metal-insulator transition” 8th International Conference on Stripes and High Tc Superconductivity STRIPES 11, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy 10 July -16 July 2011.
“Tunneling studies in a homogeneously disordered superconductor: NbN” Conference on superconductor-insulator transition, Abdus Salaam Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 18-23 May, 2009.
“Size effect is nanostructured superconductors”,
Correlated Electrons and Frustrated Magnetism, International Centre, Dona Paula, Goa, November 25 - December 5, 2007.
“Evidence of multiband superconductivity in the quaternary borocarbide superconductor YNi2B2C using directional point-contact spectroscopy”
Materials and Mechanism of Superconductivity-High temperature superconductors, Dresden, Germany, July 9–14, 2006.
"Is YNi2B2C a multiband superconductor?", "Measurement of spin polarisation using transport spectroscopic techniques", Workshop on spintronic materials, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai 1-2 December, 2003.
"Transport and magnetic properties of the
new electron doped manganite La1-xCexMnO3",
National Symposium on pulsed laser deposition, Pune University, 14-15 November,
. “Probing superconductors
and ferromagnets using point contact Andreev
"Point contact Andreev reflection as a
probe to study superconductors and ferromagnets",
India-Finland joint workshop on the Physics and
Techniques below 20K, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 16-18 February,
Magnetoresistance in a Mn2+/Mn3+ mixed valence system:
The new electron doped manganite (La,Ce)MnO3”,
on the physics and chemistry of rare-earth manganites,
ICTP, Trieste, Italy, 16-18 June 2003.
. “Transport and magnetic
properties of the new electron doped manganite La1-xCexMnO3”,
National Symposium of Colossal magnetoresistive Rare-Earth manganites
and Related Compounds, S. N. Bose Centre for Basic Science,
Kolkata, January 2003.
* If you use any material from these presentations kindly refer to/acknowledge this site http://www.tifr.res.in/~pratap