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Welcome to Sinha Group

Do you want to know about how the read-head inside your computer works? The  arrangement of spins in magnetic nanostructures and how they fluctuate? The quantum fluctuations of atoms in single crystals of solid Helium at temperatures near absolute zero? Or the structure and dynamics of lipid molecules in membranes that mimic the walls of living cells? These topics and more are investigated by the Sinha Group, primarily using x-ray and neutron scattering. The focus of our research is the study of the structure and dynamics of condensed matter.



Recent News

 

 

  • Vince graduated and is working as a scientist at Intel Co., Portland.(2014/03)
  • Prof. Sinha recipient 2014 Clifford G. Shull Prize.(2014/02)
  • Dr. Sambhunath Bera Joined the group as a postdoc.(2014/01)
  • Ben Holladay, Yi Yang and Jingjin Song joined the group. (2013/08)
  • "Jamming Behavior of Domains in a Spiral Antiferromagnetic System" is published, and is featured on the cover of Physical Review Letters in May 2013 edition.

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  • Prof. Sinha and Yicong Ma are authors of, "Long-range interlayer alignment of intralayer domains in stacked lipid bilayers" which is featured on the cover for the Nature Material December 2012 edition. 
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  • Former postdoc Gang Chen is now a full professor in SINAP.
  • Former postdoc Mrinmay Mukhopadhyay is now an associate professor in Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics. (Jan. 2012)

 

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