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  FACULTY - Abhishek Kumar Singh, Associate Professor  

Last Updated: March 16, 2014
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Abhishek Singh
Associate Professor

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E-mail: abhishek@mrc.iisc.ernet.in

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Recent Publications:

  1. A. Manjanath, and A. K. Singh, Low formation energy and kinetic barrier of Stone-Wales defect in infinite and finite silicene, Chem. Phys. Lett., 592, 52 (2014)
  2. A. Manjanath, V. Kumar, and A. K. Singh, Mechanical and electronic properties of pristine and Ni-doped Si, Ge, and Sn sheets, PCCP, 16, 1667 (2014)
  3. T. Pandey, and A. K. Singh, Origin of enhanced thermoelectric properties of doped CrSi2, RSC Advances, 4, 3482 (2014)
  4. P. L. Bora, and A. K. Singh, New Insights into Designing Metallacarborane Based Room Temperature Hydrogen Storage Media, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 164319 (2013)
  5. J. M. de Almeida, A. R. Rocha, A. K. Singh, A. Fazzio, and A. J. R. da Silva, Electronic transport in patterned graphene nanoroads, Nanotechnology, 24, 495201 (2013)
  6. T. Pandey, D. Parker, D. J. Singh, and A. K. Singh, Thermoelectric properties of β-FeSi2, Journal of Applied physics, 114, 153704 (2013)
  7. D. Das, S. Kim, K-R. Lee, and A. K. Singh, Li diffusion through the doped and defected graphene, PCCP, 15, 15128 (2013)
  8. A. Roy, T. Pandey, N. Ravishankar, and A. K. Singh, Single crystalline ultrathin gold nanowires: Promising nanoscale interconnects, AIP Advances, 3, 032131 (2013)
  9. L. T. Singh, S. Bhattacharyya, A. K. Singh and K. K. Nanda, Mechanism for the compressive strain induced oscillations in the conductance of carbon nanotubes, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 095504 (2013)

Book Chapter

  1. A. K. Singh, V. Kumar and Y. Kawazoe, Theoretical advances in the electronic and atomic structures of silicon nanotubes and nanowires, Chapter 6 in: Nanosilicon, Ed. V. Kumar, p. 217 (2007) (Elsevier, Amsterdam)
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