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  • Organization
    GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Singapore

  • Employment Type
    Industry / Private Company

  • Telephone
    +65-86938209

  • Address(es)
    12 Woodgrove Drive #04-55
    Singapore , 738212
    Singapore

  • Biography

    Deepanjan Datta is currently working in Materials, Transport and Micromagnetic modelling of STT-MRAM device in the Technology Development, TCAD group at GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Singapore. He received PhD degree in Microelectronics & Nanotechnology in dept of ECE at Purdue University, USA. His research interests include quantum transport and Micromagnetic simulation of Nano-electronic, spintronic and Magnetic devices. 

    - 10 technical publications, 7 patents (Filed) with h-index = 5 and i-10 index = 5.
    - Developer of First online Spin Transport simulation tool for Magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) device in Nanohub (Resources: https://nanohub.org/tools/mtjlab) 
    - Lead Author of a theory and modeling paper of MTJ devices in IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (cover story of its March-2012 edition). The method is used by one of the leading TCAD vendor(s) to develop their STT-MRAM tool.
    - Co-author of a theory and modeling paper with ~230 citations since its 2010 publication in Nature Nanotechnology 
    - Industry liaison for Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) on spin based devices.

    Skills: 
    (a) MATLAB, SIMULINK
    (b) Python
    (c) First Principle Calculation using DFT (VASP, QuantumWise)
    (d) Paraview
    (e) Working Experience with Linux environment
    (f) Parallel Computing with MPI and OpenMP


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    SG flag Singapore

  • Gender
    Male

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