Symposia Co-Chair for 30th Annual General Meeting of MRSI and the First Indian Materials Conclave, IISc Bangalore, February 12-15, 2019.
Technical Sub-Committee Member for 4th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Electronics (IEEE ICEE), Bangalore, December 16-19, 2018.
Dr. Shaibal Mukherjee has received the prestigious Materials Research Society of India (MRSI) Medal for 2018.
Brajendra S. Sengar has been selected the prestigious internship award under 2018 Bhaskara Advanced Solar Energy (BASE) Fellowship Program of Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF).
The Hybrid Nanodevice Research Group (HNRG) led by Dr. Shaibal Mukherjee in Electrical Engineering at IIT Indore explores new physics of micro- and nano-structured materials, and to apply this knowledge in realizing advanced tools and devices for chemical, biological, optical, electronic and energy applications.
HNRG has been actively involved in diverse research domains including design, fabrication, testing, and packaging of high-performance applications: (a) Optoelectronic devices such as LED/Photodetectors; (b) Photovoltaic, (c) Bio-chemical sensors to detect toxic gases and chemicals in water, domestic and industrial environment, (d) HFET/HEMT/RF, (e) RRAM/Artifical Neurons.
HNRG has been actively involved in strong collaborative research activities with eminent researchers, scientists, and experts from industries and institutions in India and abroad. Some of these Indian institutions and industries are IISc Bangalore, IIT Bombay, CEERI Pilani, RRCAT, and M/s. Fourvac Technologies. Some of these foreign institutions are RMIT (Australia), Oak Ridge National Laboratory (USA), University of Oklahoma (USA), Novosibirsk State University (Russia), Shinshu University (Japan), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany), and M/s. Elettrorava spa (Italy).
Former PhD students from HNRG are successfully placed in in IIT Patna, IIT Ropar, IIIT Pune, and IIIT Una.
Resistive switching in reactive electrode-based memristor: Engineering bulk defects and interface inhomogeneity through bias characteristics, Semiconductor Science and Technology, accepted, January 2019.
Investigation of valence plasmon excitations in GMZO thin film and their suitability for plasmon-enhanced buffer-less solar cells, Solar Energy, vol. 178, pp. 114-124, January 15, 2019.
Effect of surface variations on the performance of yttria based memristive system, IEEE Electron Device Letters, vol. 39, no. 12, pp. 1852-1855, December 2018.
Investigation of dual-ion beam sputter-instigated plasmon generation in TCOs: A case study of GZO, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, vol. 10, pp. 5464−5474, January 22, 2018.