Srikrishna Sagar

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Srikrishna Sagar's primary role at NREL is to design, fabricate, and characterize the memory devices using transition-metal coordination complexes. Sagar is focused on achieving low-power switching, followed by probing the charge transport mechanism behind the conductance and/or capacitance switching properties. He's utilizing the spectrochemical technique to understand the distinct oxidation states and variations in absorbance observed within the complexes to correlate with the obtained current-voltage characteristics obtained from the fabricated two-terminal crossbar molecular devices.

Research Interests

Molecular switching devices

Oscillators

Photodetectors.

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Physical Science, DVS College of Arts & Science

PhD, Physics, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram

Master, Physics, University of Mysore