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    Deepanjan Datta is currently working in Numerical modeling and simulation of STT-MRAM device in the TCAD Advanced Technology Modeling grpup 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. He has +8 years’ experience in analyzing STT-dynamics using coupled solutions of spin transport and nano-magnet dynamics as well as using Micromagnetic Simulators. He is involved in the development of the first online simulation tool on Magnetic Tunnel Junction (MTJ) device at Nanohub (See https://nanohub.org/tools/mtjlab for details). He authored /coauthored > 10 journal articles, presented at > 5 technical conferences with > 180 citations with h-index = 5 and i-10 index = 4 (http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=DWZh3E4AAAAJ)


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