Sharad Mahatara


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Sharad Mahatara uses computational methods based on density functional theory to study the advanced functionalities of the materials. During his doctoral work, he has studied the perovskite oxide interfaces, which have potential for hosting high-mobility two-dimensional electron gas. At NREL, Sharad is working on the two projects:  magnetic nitrides and nitride interfaces for neutron detections. 

Research Interests

Nitrides interfaces 

Magnetic nitrides

Perovskite oxides interfaces 

Professional Experience

Preparing Future Faculty, New Mexico State University (2022–2023)

Research Assistant, New Mexico State University (2020–2022) 

Lead Teaching Assistant, New Mexico State University (2019–2020) 

Education/Academic Qualification

Master, Physics, Central Michigan University

PhD, Physics, New Mexico State University

Bachelor, Physics, Tribhuvan University


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