Dr Bikas C. Das
Assistant Professor Grade I (Physics)
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  bikas@iisertvm.ac.in

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1. Sagar S, Mohammadian N, Park S, Majewski LA, Das BC. Ultra-thin anodized aluminium dielectric films: the effect of citric acid concentration and low-voltage electronic applications. Nanotechnology 31, 255705 (2020).

2. Mohammadian N, Das BC, Majewski LA. Low-Voltage IGZO TFTs Using Solution-Deposited OTS-Modified Ta2O5 Dielectric. IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 67, 1625-1631 (2020).

3. Sagar S, Dey A, Das BC. Unconventional Redox-Active Gate Dielectrics To Fabricate High Performance Organic Thin-Film Transistors. ACS Applied Electronic Materials 1, 2314-2324 (2019).

4. Mohammadian N, Faraji S, Sagar S, Das BC, Turner ML, Majewski LA. One-Volt, Solution-Processed Organic Transistors with Self-Assembled Monolayer-Ta2O5 Gate Dielectrics. Materials 12,  (2019).

5. George A, et al. Aggregation induced non-emissive-to-emissive switching of molecular platinum clusters. Nanoscale 11, 5914-5919 (2019).

6. Meladom SK, Arackal S, Sreedharan A, Sagar S, Das BC. Microwave assisted robust aqueous synthesis of Mn2+-doped CdSe QDs with enhanced electronic properties. Rsc Adv 8, 26771-26781 (2018).

7. Das BC, Szeto B, James DD, Wu YL, McCreery RL. Ion Transport and Switching Speed in Redox-Gated 3-Terminal Organic Memory Devices. J Electrochem Soc 161, H831-H838 (2014).

8. Das BC, Pillai RG, Wu YL, McCreery RL. Redox-Gated Three-Terminal Organic Memory Devices: Effect of Composition and Environment on Performance. Acs Appl Mater Inter 5, 11052-11058 (2013).

9. Ghosh B, Das BC, Pal AJ. Transport Gap of Nanoparticle-Passivated Silicon Substrates. Small 6, 52-57 (2010).

10. Das BC, Pal AJ. To change transport gap of semiconducting nanoparticles without disturbing the optical one: Core-shell approach. Appl Phys Lett 94,  (2009).

11. Das BC, Pal AJ. Enhancement of electrical bistability through semiconducting nanoparticles for organic memory applications. Philos T R Soc A 367, 4181-4190 (2009).

12. Das BC, Pal AJ. Switching between different conformers of a molecule: Multilevel memory elements. Org Electron 9, 39-44 (2008).

13. Das BC, Pal AJ. Memory applications and electrical bistability of semiconducting nanoparticles: Do the phenomena depend on bandgap? Small 4, 542-547 (2008).

14. Das BC, Pal AJ. Core-shell hybrid nanoparticles with functionalized quantum dots and ionic dyes: Growth, monolayer formation, and electrical bistability. Acs Nano 2, 1930-1938 (2008).

15. Das BC, Batabyal SK, Pal AJ. A bit per particle: Electrostatic assembly of CdSe quantum dots as memory elements. Adv Mater 19, 4172-4176 (2007).

CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

  • "Redox-Gated 3-Terminal Organic Memory Devices: Performance with Future Prospects"
    Bikas C. Das and Richard L. McCreery
    2014 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • "Redox-Gated Molecular Memory Devices Based on Dynamic Doping of Polythiophene"
    Richard L. McCreery, Bikas C. Das, Rajesh Pillai, Nikola Pekas, David B James
    ECS Meeting Abstracts 1030, MA2014-01, 225th ECS Meeting, Orlando, FL (2014).
  • "Electrical bistable organic-inorganic hybrid core-shell nanoparticles: synthesis and characterizations"
    Bikas C. Das and Amlan J. Pal
    1st Nano Today Conference, Biopolis, Singapore (2009).
  • "Quantum dot memory device to store a bit per particle: Size dependent electrical bistability"
    Bikas C. Das and Amlan J. Pal
    International Conference on Nano Science and Technology, Chennai, India (2008).
  • "Conference on Molecules to Materials, 2011"
    Bikas C. Das (CONVENER)
    Haldia Govt. College, Haldia, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, India.
  • "Hybrid core-shell nanoparticles"
    Bikas C. Das and Amlan J. Pal
    Foundation Day In-house Symposium- 2009, IACS, Jadavpur, Kolkata- 70032.
  • "Highly Addressable Bistable Memory Device Application of Organic Dye-Nanopartilce Composites"
    Bikas C. Das and Amlan J. Pal
    DAE Solid State Physics Symposium (Oral Presentation), Mumbai, India (2008).
  • "A single molecule shows multilevel memory states due to different stable conformers"
    Bikas C. Das
    DAE Solid State Physics Symposium, Mysore, India (2007).