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Bablu Mukherjee

  • Ph.D. Student
  • JSPS Fellow
  • National Institute for Materials Science
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Recent publications

  • Multilayer ReS <sub>2</sub> Photodetectors with Gate Tunability for High Responsivity and High Speed Applications

    • Thakar K
    • Mukherjee B
    • Grover S
    • et al.
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  • Light-matter interactions in complex media with 2D materials, metamaterials, and quantum dots

    • Mukherjee B
    • Simsek E
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Professional experience

JSPS Fellow

National Institute for Materials Science

November 2017 - Present

Assistant Professor

VIT University

May 2017 - Present

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay

September 2015 - April 2017(2 years)

Post-Doctoral Scientist

George Washington University

March 2014 - August 2015(a year)

Ph.D. Student

National University of Singapore

January 2009 - December 2013(5 years)



Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

January 2007 - July 2009(3 years)


University of Calcutta

July 2004 - July 2007(3 years)

Research interests

OptoelectronicsTMDs Material2D Materials


Dr. Bablu has over 8 years of research, development, and short teaching experience in Engineering Physics. A semiconductor physicist and device engineer with almost 5 years of hands-on experience of clean room nanodevice fabrication and characterization. Hands-on experience in laboratory instrumentation and measurement techniques: laser systems, near-field optics with fibre coupling, optical and electrical test equipment. Experience in nanofabrication, device processing, and microcharacterization techniques from cleanroom environment, such as electron beam lithography (EBL), Photolithography, Thermal/Electron-beam evaporation, Metal Deposition, Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD), Sputtering, Wire bonding, AFM, SEM, Raman Spectroscopy, PL, XPS, etc. I would like to pursue a career in the area of semiconductor, photonic integrated devices and optoelectronic devices (detectors and light emitters).


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