pallavi.kushwaha@nplindia.org

Dr. Pallavi Kushwaha
Designation:
Senior Scientist
Email address:
pallavi.kushwaha@nplindia.org
Brief Biodata:

Dr. Pallavi Kushwaha

Designation: Senior Scientist and Ramanujan Fellow

Phone: 0091-9004184756 (Mobile),

0091-11-47091197 (Office)

Internal: 2149/ 2197

e-mail: pallavi.kushwaha@nplindia.org

pallavi.bebu @gmail.com

Date of Joining NPL: 24th April 2018

Research Area/Interest

Certified reference Materials, High quality single crystal growth, Strongly Correlated Systems, Microscopic visualization of electric and magnetic phase separation


Research/Academics/ Employment

S No Designation Institute Name Working Period
Senior Scientist CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India April 2018- Current
Ramanujan Fellow CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India Oct 2017- April 2018
Post-Doctoral Research Scientist Max-Planck Institute Chemical Physics for Solids, Dresden, Germany Nov. 2013-Sep.2017
Post-Doctoral Research Scientist Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India April 2012-Oct.2013
Ph.D (Physics)

UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore, India

Thesis title: “Study of phase separation and metastability across first order magnetic transitions”

Publisher: Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN no: 978-3-659-33385-9

Dec. 2012
M. Phil (Physics) Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa, Haryana, India 2007
M.Sc. (Physics)

Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, U. P., India.

University Topper, Gold Medlist

2003-2005
B.Sc. (Physics) Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, U. P., India. 2000-2003

Awards and Fellowship

2017-2022 : Ramanujan Fellowship by SERB-DST

2008 – 2012 : Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) sponsored by Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), Govt. of India

2005 : Gold Medal in M. Sc. by Goyal Foundation, Chicago (U.S.A)


Achievements

  1. First experimental evidence of hydrodynamic flow of electron in bulk PdCoO2 systems,

  2. Search of most conducting oxide PtCoO2,

  3. Search of new materials EuPtIn4, InS

  4. Microscopic visualization of glassy magnetic phase at low temperature and high magnetic field.


Publication record- as on 17-12-2019

https://scholar.google.de/citations?user=C0PXGUgAAAAJ&hl=en

SCI Journals Conference Proceedings Book Total Total Impact factor Total Citation
32 14 1 47 180 580

Selected Publications:

  1. Magnetic frustration and spontaneous rotational symmetry breaking in PdCrO2

Physical Review B 100,094414 (2019)

  1. Improved magnetostructural and magnetocaloric reversibility in magnetic Ni-Mn-In shape-memory Heusler alloy by optimizing the geometric compatibility condition

Physical Review Materials 3, 062401(R) (2019)

  1. Unconventional magneto-transport in ultrapure PdCoO2 and PtCoO2

npj Quantum Materials, 3, 66 (2018)

  1. Itinerant ferromagnetism of the Pd-terminated polar surface of PdCoO2

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 115 (51), 12956 (2018)

  1. Maximal Rashba-like spin splitting via kinetic energy-driven inversion symmetry breaking

Nature 549, 492 (2017)

  1. Single Crystal Growth, Structure, and Electronic Properties of Metallic Delafossite PdRhO2

Crystal Growth & Design 17 (8), 4144 (2017)

  1. Hydrodynamic electron flow in PdCoO2

Science 351, 1061 (2016).

  1. ARPES view on surface and bulk hybridization phenomena in the antiferromagnetic Kondo lattice CeRh2Si2

Nature Communication 7, 1 (2016).

  1. Nearly- free electrons in a 5d delafossite oxide metal

Science Advances 1, e1500692 (2015).

  1. Room temperature giant baroresistance and magnetoresistance and its tunability in Pd doped FeRh

Appl. Phys. Lett. 106 (2), 022404 (2015).

  1. Crystal Growth and Crystal Structure of EuPtIn4

Cryst. Growth Des. 14, 2747 (2014).

  1. Field dependence of temperature induced irreversible transformations of magnetic phases in Pr0.5Ca0.5Mn0.975Al0.025O3 crystalline oxide

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 22, 032101 (2010) FTC (IOP Select).

  1. Real-space visualization of thermomagnetic irreversibility within supercooling and superheating spinodals in Mn1.85Co0.15Sb using scanning Hall probe microscopy

Physical Review B 79, 132402 (2009).

  1. Low-temperature study of field-induced antiferromagnetic-ferromagnetic transition in Pd-doped FeRh

Physical Review B 80, 174413 (2009).

  1. Metastability in the ferrimagnetic–antiferromagnetic phase transition in Co substituted Mn2Sb.

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 20, 022204 (2008) FTC (IOP Select).

Publication Record

Journal Name : Number of Publications : Impact Factor : Citation

  1. Nature : 1 : 40.134 :22

  2. Science : 1 : 35.26 :155

  3. Nature Communication : 1 : 11.47 :22

  4. PNAS : 1 : 9.504 :1

  5. npj Quantum Materials : 1 : 9.206 :2

  6. Science Advances : 1 : 9.25 :26

  7. Crystal Growth and Design : 2 : 4.891 :9

  8. Phys. Rev. Mat. (Rapid Comm.) : 1 : 2.926 :---

  9. Phys. Rev. B (Rapid Comm.) : 1 : 5.1 :18

  10. Phys. Rev. B : 6 : 3.836 :118

  11. Appl. Phys. Lett. : 2 : 3.302 :14

  12. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter (FTC) : 2 (IOP select) : 2.546 :102

  13. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter : 2 : 2.546 :26

  14. Applied Surface Science : 1 : 2.538 :7

  15. Optical Materials : 1 : 2.203 :8

  16. J. Applied Physics : 1 : 2.176 :---

  17. Solid State Communication : 1 : 1.897 :12

  18. Material Research Express : 1 : 1.151 :5

Total : 31 : ~180 : 581

Full list of Publications

2019

  1. Probing spin correlations using angle resolved photoemission in a coupled metallic/Mott insulator system

V. Sunko, F. Mazzola, S. Kitamura, S. Khim, P. Kushwaha, O. J. Clark, M. Watson, I. Marković, D. Biswas, L. Pourovskii, T.K. Kim, T.-L. Lee, P.K. Thakur, H. Rosner, A. Georges, R. Moessner, T. Oka , A.P. Mackenzie, P.D.C. King

Science Advances (Accepted)

  1. Magnetic frustration and spontaneous rotational symmetry breaking in PdCrO2

D. Sun, D. A. Sokolov, J. Bartlett, J. Sannigrahi, S. Khim, P. Kushwaha, D. D. Khalyavin, P. Manuel, A. S. Gibbs, A. P. Mackenzie, and C.W. Hicks

Physical Review B 100,094414 (2019)

  1. Giant negative magnetoresistance and kinetic arrest of first-order ferrimagnetic-antiferomagnetic transition in Ge doped Mn2Sb

Vikram SinghR Rawat, and Pallavi Kushwaha

J. Appl. Phys. 125, 233906 (2019)

  1. Improved magnetostructural and magnetocaloric reversibility in magnetic Ni-Mn-In shape-memory Heusler alloy by optimizing the geometric compatibility condition

P. Devi, C. Salazar Mej´ıa, M. Ghorbani Zavareh, K. K. Dubey, Pallavi Kushwaha, Y. Skourski, C. Felser, M. Nicklas, and Sanjay Singh

Physical Review Materials 3, 062401(R) (2019)

2018

  1. N Nandi, T Scaffidi, P. Kushwaha, S Khim, M E Barber, V Sunko, F Mazzola, P D C King, H Rosner, P J W Moll, M König, J E Moore, S Hartnoll, A P Mackenzie; Unconventional magneto-transport in ultrapure PdCoO2 and PtCoO2

npj Quantum Materials, 3, 66 (2018) (arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.01896)

  1. F Mazzola, V Sunko, S Khim, H Rosner, P. Kushwaha, O J Clark, L Bawden, I Marković, T K Kim, M Hoesch, A P Mackenzie, PDC King

Itinerant ferromagnetism of the Pd-terminated polar surface of PdCoO2

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 115 (51), 12956 (2018)

2017

  1. V. Sunko, H Rosner, P. Kushwaha, S Khim, F Mazzola, L Bawden, O J Clark, J M Riley, D Kasinathan, M W Haverkort, T K Kim, M Hoesch, J Fujii, I Vobornik, A P Mackenzie, P D C King; Maximal Rashba-like spin splitting via kinetic energy-driven inversion symmetry breaking

Nature 549, 492 (2017)

  1. P. Kushwaha, H Borrmann, S Khim, H Rosner, P J W Moll, D A Sokolov, V Sunko, Yu Grin, A P Mackenzie; Single Crystal Growth, Structure, and Electronic Properties of Metallic Delafossite PdRhO2

Crystal Growth & Design 17 (8), 4144 (2017)

2016

  1. Hydrodynamic electron flow in PdCoO2

P. J. W. Moll, Pallavi Kushwaha, N. Nandi, B. Schmidt and A. P. Mackenzie

Science 351, 1061 (2016).

  1. ARPES view on surface and bulk hybridization phenomena in the antiferromagnetic Kondo lattice CeRh2Si2

S. Patil, A. Generalov, M. Güttler, Pallavi Kushwaha, A. Chikina, K. Kummer, T. C. Rödel, A. F. Santander-Syro, N. Caroca-Canales, C. Geibel, S. Danzenbächer, C. Laubschat, J. W. Allen and D. V. Vyalikh.

Nature Communication 7, 1 (2016).

2015

  1. Nearly- free electrons in a 5d delafossite oxide metal

Pallavi Kushwaha, Veronica Sunko, P. J. W. Moll, L. Bawden, J.M Riley, Nabhanila Nandi, H. Rosner, F. Arnold, E. Hassinger, T. K. Kim, M. Hoesch, A. P. Mackenzie, and P. D. C. King

Science Advances 1, e1500692 (2015).

  1. Quantum Oscillations and Magnetic Reconstruction in the Delafossite PdCrO2

Clifford W. HicksAlexandra S. GibbsLishan Zhao, Pallavi KushwahaHorst BorrmannAndrew P. MackenzieHiroshi TakatsuShingo YonezawaYoshiteru MaenoEdward A. Yelland

Phys. Rev. B 92, 014425 (2015). Editor’s Suggestion

  1. Residual stress induced stabilization of martensite phase and its effect on the magnetization behaviour of Ni-Mn based shape memory alloys.

Sanjay Singh, Pallavi Kushwaha, F. Sceibel, S. R. Barman, M. Acet, C. Felser and Dhananjai Pandey

Phys. Rev. B 92, 020105(R) (2015). Rapid Communication

  1. Room temperature giant baroresistance and magnetoresistance and its tunability in Pd doped FeRh

Pallavi Kushwaha, P Bag, R Rawat

Appl. Phys. Lett. 106 (2), 022404 (2015).

2014

  1. Physical, optical and nonlinear properties of InS single crystal

Pallavi Kushwaha, Anuradha Patra, E. Anjali, Harshad Surdi, C. Gurada, S. Ramakrishnan, S. S. Prabhu, Venu Gopal Achanta, A. Thamizhavel

Optical Materials 36, 616 (2014).

  1. Crystal Growth and Crystal Structure of EuPtIn4

Pallavi Kushwaha, Arumugam Thamizhavel, Arun Kumar Nigam, and Srinivasan Ramakrishnan Cryst. Growth Des. 14, 2747 (2014).

  1. Magnetic properties and magnetocaloric effect in Pt doped Ni-Mn-Ga

Sanjay Singh, S. W. D’Souza, K. Mukherjee, Pallavi Kushwaha, S. R. Barman, Sandeep Agarwal, P. K. Mukhopadhyay, Aparna Chakrabarti, and E. V. Sampathkumaran

Appl. Phys. Lett. 104, 231909 (2014).

  1. Magnetocaloric effect and magnetoresistance correlation in Ge-doped Mn2Sb

Vikram Singh, Rohit Kumar, Pallab Bag, R Rawat, Pallavi Kushwaha

Mater. Res. Express 1 046101 (2014)

2013

  1. Direct visualization of first order magnetic transition in La5/8−yPryCa3/8MnO3 (y=0.45) thin film.

R Rawat, Pallavi Kushwaha, Dileep K Mishra and V.G. Sathe

Phys. Rev. B 87, 004400 (2013).

2012

  1. First order antiferro-ferromagnetic transition in Fe49(Rh0.93Pd0.07)51 under simultaneous application of magnetic field and external pressure.

Pallavi Kushwaha, Pallab Bag, R. Rawat, and P. Chaddah,

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 24, 096005 (2012).

  1. Low Temperature irreversible field induced magnetic transition in Gd5Ge3.

Pallavi Kushwaha and R. Rawat

Solid State Communications 152, 1824 (2012).

2011

  1. Study of magnetic anisotropy in Co-doped Mn2Sb

Pallavi Kushwaha, A. Thamizhavel and R. Rawat

Journal of Physics: Conference Series 286, 012052 (2011).

  1. Heat capacity study of magnetic transition in TbTiSi and DyTiSi compounds

Pallab Bag, Pallavi Kushwaha and R. Rawat

AIP Conf. Proc. 1349, 1157 (2011). 

2010

  1. Field dependence of temperature induced irreversible transformations of magnetic phases in Pr0.5Ca0.5Mn0.975Al0.025O3 crystalline oxide

Archana Lakhani, Pallavi Kushwaha, R. Rawat, Kranti Kumar, A. Banerjee and P. Chaddah,

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 22, 032101 (2010) FTC (IOP Select).

  1. Influence of thermal annealing and magnetic field on first order magnetic transition in Pd substituted FeRh

Pallavi Kushwaha, Archana Lakhani, R. Rawat and P. Chaddah

Journal of Physics: Conference Series 200, 032038 (2010).

2009

  1. Real-space visualization of thermomagnetic irreversibility within supercooling and superheating spinodals in Mn1.85Co0.15Sb using scanning Hall probe microscopy

Pallavi Kushwaha, Archana Lakhani, R. Rawat, A. Banerjee, and P. Chaddah,

Physical Review B 79, 132402 (2009).

  1. Magnetic force microscopic study of the magnetic field induced antiferro to ferrimagnetic transition in Mn1.85Co0.15Sb.

Archana Lakhani, Pallavi Kushwaha, R. Rawat, P. Chaddah,

Applied Surface Science 256, 404 (2009).

  1. Low-temperature study of field-induced antiferromagnetic-ferromagnetic transition in Pd-doped FeRh

Pallavi Kushwaha, Archana Lakhani, R. Rawat, and P. Chaddah,

Physical Review B 80, 174413 (2009).

  1. Magnetoresistance studies on RPd2Si (R = Tb, Dy, Lu)

R. Rawat, Pallavi Kushwaha and I. Das,

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 21, 306003 (2009).

2008

  1. Metastability in the ferrimagnetic–antiferromagnetic phase transition in Co substituted Mn2Sb.

Pallavi Kushwaha, R. Rawat and P. Chaddah,

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 20, 022204 (2008) FTC (IOP Select).

  1. Structural and magnetic transition in GdCu1-xAgx

Pallavi Kushwaha and R. Rawat;

AIP Conf. Proc. 1003, 210 (2008).


Talk

Number of talk delivered : 8

Number of conference attended : 13

Invited:

  1. DAE Solid State Physics Symposium 2017 held at IMMT, Bhuvneshwar, India.

  2. Invited Talk: “New Trends in Metallic Delafossite” EMN 3CG 2015, Collaborative Conference on Crystal Growth, Hong Kong, China, 14-17 Dec. 2015

Contributed:

  1. “Crystal growth of PdCrO2 and PdCoO2 Delafossite” at German Single crystal growth meeting (DGKK AK-Treffen), Munich, Germany, 23-24 Oct. 2014

  2. Tunable magnetism in Pd doped FeRh” at SCTE 2014 - 19th International Conference on Solid Compounds of Transition Elements, held at Genova, Italy on 21-26 June, 2014

  3. “High pressure magnetoresistance study of first order magnetic transition in Pd doped FeRh” at International Conference on High Pressure Science and Technology held at BARC on Sep. 25-30, 2011.

  4. “Study of magnetic phase separation and metastability across first order magnetic transition” at Department of Physics, University of Warwick (Coventry, UK) on 17th Dec. 2010.

  5. “Anomalous magnetoresistance and magnetostriction in Gd5Ge3” at National Conference on Recent Advances in Correlated Electron Systems Conference 2010 (RACES-2010) held at Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India from January 18-20, 2010.

  6. “Magnetostriction studies in Co doped Mn2Sb” at School on “Physics at low temperature and high magnetic field” held at UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore from March 14-17, 2011.

  7. “Study of phase separation and metastability across first order magnetic transitions” at Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, Mumbai on 17th Jan. 2012.


Conferences /Schools/ Symposia attended

  1. EMN 3CG 2015, Collaborative Conference on Crystal Growth, Hong Kong, China, 14-17 Dec. 2015

  2. International Conference on Magnetism, July 2015, Barcelona, Spain.

  3. Crystal growth meeting, 2014, Munich, Germany

  4. SCTE 2014 - 19th International Conference on Solid Compounds of Transition Elements, held at Genova, Italy on 21-26 June, 2014

  5. International Conference on Strongly correlated electron system-2013held at Japan

  6. “International School and Conference on Functional Materials” held at the Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad from March 28- April 3, 2011.

  7. School on Physics at low temperature and high magnetic field held at UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore from March 14-17, 2011.

  8. International conference “Condensed Matter and Materials Physics (CMMP-10), held at Warwick University, UK from December 14 – 16, 2010.

  9. National Conference on Recent Advances in Correlated Electron Systems Conference 2010 (RACES-2010) held at Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India from January 18-20, 2010.

  10. International conference on magnetic materials (ICMM-2008) held at Saha institute of nuclear physics, Kolkata, India

  11. 53rd DAE Solid State Physics Symposium 2008 held at University of Mysore, India.

  12. 52nd DAE Solid State Physics Symposium 2007 held at Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India.

  13. 51st DAE Solid State Physics Symposium 2006 held at Bhopal University, India.

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