Prof. Ravindra Pandey, a physics Chair at Michigan Technological University with his expertise in Computational Materials Physics delivered a lecture IIT Bhilai Campus on 27th November 2018.
Prof. Pandey unravelled the experimental as well as theoretical aspects of nanomaterials as he covered zero-dimension quantum dots, one dimension nanotubes, two dimensional nanoribbons and 3 D materials. He is the man of material modelling, and gave the idea to beginners how to model any property of nanomaterials and correlate it with experimental analysis. He emphasized that the material modelling has enough accuracy using suitable approximation which can help experimentalist to predict the properties of material before fabrication of electronic optoelectronic and electrochemical devices.
The talk was quite informative, and brought together innovative academicians and industrial experts in the field of material science and Nanotechnology to a common forum.