Mayukh Majumder | Department of Physics

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Mayukh
Majumder
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics
School of Natural Sciences (SoNS)
R-004C, Shiv Nadar University
India
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Profile Summary 

I am an experimental physicist, have been working on strongly correlated electron systems in the field of condensed matter physics. More specifically, I am interested in “quantum materials” and to study those complex systems I have been employing mainly two powerful microscopic techniques (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Muon Spin Rotation/Relaxation).

I have started my research journey by pursuing Ph. D. from the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics. Afterward, I spent several years as a post-doctoral researcher, starting at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Germany and then moved to the University of Tokyo, Japan. Finally, I was doing my post-doc at the University of Augsburg, Germany.

For details please visit my Webpage: https://sites.google.com/view/nmrmusrindia/home

Educational Qualifications 
2013
Ph. D.
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata
2006
M. Sc.
Rajabazar Science College (University of Calcutta)
2004
B. Sc.
Ramakrishna Mission Residential College, Narendrapur (University of Calcutta)
Work Experience 
08/16
02/20
Post-doctoral researcher,
Institute of Physics, University of Augsburg,
Germany
03/16
06/16
Post-doctoral researcher,
Department of Physics, University of Tokyo,
Japan
09/13
01/16
Post-doctoral research scientist,
Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden,
Germany
Teaching & Research Interests: 

Experimental condensed matter physics.

Topics-

Broadly on Strongly Correlated Electron Systems.

Specifically on Quantum spin liquids, Strong spin-orbit coupled systems, Iridates (Heisenberg-Kitaev Physics), Frustrated systems, Ferromagnetic quantum criticality, Pressure / magnetic field tuning of the ground state, Superconductivity, Low dimensional spin systems, Heavy fermion systems, intermetallic Kondo compounds.

Sample synthesis- Solid-state reaction technique.

Characterizing tools-

  • Macroscopic/bulk properties - magnetization, specific heat etc.
  • Microscopic static and dynamic properties by employing-
  1. Muon Spin Rotation / Relaxation (µSR), µSR under High-pressure.
  2. Broad-band solid-state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Nuclear Quadrupolar Resonance (NQR), Zero Field NMR.
Awards(Selected): 
  • Augsburg University fellowship.
  • Tokyo University fellowship.
  • Max Planck Fellow.
  • Invited as a “visiting scientist” at Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany for six months (2013).
  • Reviewer of Physical Review Letters (APS journal) and Nature communications.

Scholarly Activity

For full list of updated Publications follow https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=-NDuJ8MAAAAJ&hl=en

1. Competing magnetic correlations across the ferromagnetic quantum critical point in the Kondo system CeTi1-xVxGe3: 51V NMR as a local probe,

M. Majumder, W. Kittler, V. Fritsch, H. v. Löhneysen, H. Yasuoka, M. Baenitz.

Physical Review B 100, 134432 (2019).

2. Breakdown of magnetic order in the pressurized Kitaev iridate β-Li2IrO3,

M. Majumder, R. S. Manna, G. Simutis, J. C. Orain, T. Dey, F. Freund, A. Jesche, R. Khasanov, P. K. Biswas, E. Bykova, N. Dubrovinskaia, L. S. Dubrovinsky, R. Yadav, L. Hozoi, S. Nishimoto, A. A. Tsirlin, and P. Gegenwart,

Physical Review Letters 120, 237202 (2018).

3. Towards ferromagnetic quantum criticality in FeGa3-xGex: 71Ga NQR as a zero-field microscopic probe,

M. Majumder, M. Wagner-Reetz, R. Cardoso-Gil, P. Gille, Y. Grin, F. Steglich, and M. Baenitz,

Physical Review B 93, 064410 (2016).

4. Anisotropic Ru3+ 4d5 magnetism in the α-RuCl3 honeycomb system: susceptibility, specific heat and zero-field NMR,

M. Majumder, M. Schmidt, H. Rosner, A. A. Tsirlin, H. Yasuoka, M. Baenitz,

Physical Review B Rapid communication 91, 180401 (2015).

5. Crossover of the dimensionality of 3d spin fluctuations in LaCoPO,

M. Majumder, K. Ghoshray, A. Ghoshray, B. Bandyopadhyay, B. Pahari, and S. Banerjee,

Physical Review B 80, 212402 (2009).