JRF in Department of Material Science & Engineering
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The environmental impact of the combustion of fossil fuels is becoming increasingly alarming, and there is a greater need to find alternative sustainable sources of energy. Thermoelectric materials, which can generate electricity from waste heat or be used as solid-state Peltier coolers, could play an important role in a global sustainable energy solution. We are looking for a JRF to develop computational strategies for designing nanostructured materials with the enhanced thermoelectric figure of merit and applying them for designing novel thermoelectric materials. This project is in collaboration with Solid State Physics Laboratory (SSpL). S-elected candidates may also be considered for Ph. D. positions based on performance.
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