"Mechanics is the paradise of Mathematical Science because here we come to the fruits of Mathematics." - Leonardo da Vinci
I am currently pursuing PhD at Brown University under the guidance of Professor Vivek B Shenoy . My major is Mechanics of Solids & Structures and minors are Physics & Chemistry. I came to United States after completing my study in India ( BESUS - Howrah , IISc - Bangalore) , Spain (BarcelonaTech-Barcelona) and France (Ecole Centrale-Nantes, EDF -Paris). I am also a visiting researcher at The Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter (LRSM) at the University of Pennsylvania.
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* Paper on 'Enhanced Li capacity in defective graphene' got accepted in SES 2013 @ Brown University, USA.
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Aerosol Synthesis of Cargo-Filled Graphene Nanosacks [ Click Here ]
Water microdroplets containing graphene oxide and a second solute are shown to spontaneously segregate into sack-cargo nanostructures upon drying. Analytical modeling and molecular dynamics suggest the sacks form when slow-diffusing graphene oxide preferentially accumulates and adsorbs at the receding air–water interface, followed by capillary collapse. Cargo-filled graphene nanosacks can be nanomanufactured by a simple, continuous, scalable process and are promising for many applications where nanoscale materials should be isolated from the environment or biological tissue.
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