North Carolina Central University
United States Of America
Basant Chitara obtained his M. Sc. Degree in Physics from Guru Nanak Dev University, India and Ph. D in Materials Science from Indian Institute of Science, India in 2012. His post-doctoral experience includes research at The Ohio state University, USA in 2013. He later worked as PBC post-doctoral fellow in Department of mechanical engineering Ben Gurion University from 2015-2019. Currently, he is continuing his research in 2D materials at North Carolina Central University, USA as a post- doctoral researcher. His research interests have revolved around cost effective electronic, optoelectronic, mechanical, NEMS and biological device applications of two dimensional (2D) materials and inorganic nanomaterials. The device fabrication includes LEDs, gas sensors, NEMS, Negative differential devices, photodetectors, and biological sensors.
Nano Mechanical, electromechanical (NEMS), nano-electronic, optoelectronic and biological device applications of two dimensional (2D) materials and inorganic nanomaterials. The device fabrication includes LEDs, gas sensors, Negative differential devices, photodetectors and biological sensors.