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    Deepanjan Datta is currently working on Materials, Spin 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. 


    • Technical Publications and Patents: 7 US patents (Filed), 10+ technical publications with h-index = 6 and i-10 index = 6. The list of publications is found at
    • Conferences: 5 Oral presentations and 3 Poster presentations in International Conferences and Workshops in USA and India including Int’l Electron Devices Meeting (2010, 2007), APS March Meeting 2010, and IEEE VLSI Design Meeting (2007).
    • Simulation Tools: Project Lead in development of first online Spin Transport simulation tool for Magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) device in Nanohub (Resources:



    • Methods: Non-equilibrium Green’s Function (NEGF) formalism for quantum transport, Valet-Fert Model (Spintronic Drift-Diffusion Transport), Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert (LLG) equation for Nano-magnet dynamics, Density Functional theory
    • Simulation tools: Atomistic Toolkit (ATK) for QuantumWise, VASP, FastMag (Magneto-dynamics)
    • Topics: Nano-electronic and Spintronic transport; Nano-device design, modeling, and characterization, Magnetic Tunnel Junction, Spintronic devices for Boolean and non-Boolean operations.
    • Programming Language: MATLAB (10+ years), SIMULINK, Python, Parallel Computing using OpenMP. 

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