Dr. Bharti Singh

Applied Physics

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Email: bhartisingh@dtu.ac.in

Qualifications

Ph. D (Physics) from IIT DELHI, 2014

Areas of Interest

Two dimensional layered materials (MoS2, WS2, MoSe2, WSe2 etc.) and their vDW heterostructures (MoS2/WS2, MoS2/MoSe2, etc), pristine and doped graphene by CVD technique, thin films and nanostructures deposition techniques, nanomechanical properties of 2D layered materials, piezoelectricity in 2D material, solar cells, metal-oxide interface properties, organic-inorganic hybrid interface, resistive random access memory device in metal-insulator-metal (MIM) configuration.

Educational Qualifications:

2008-2014  Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D), Physics Department, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Thesis Title: “Structural and electronic properties of copper oxide based hybrid and nanoscale resistive memory devices”, Ph.D Supervisor: Prof. B. R. Mehta

2005-2007  Master of Science (M.Sc.) Physics with Electronics as specialization, Department of Physics and Astrophysics, Delhi University, India.

Project Title: “Password enabled obstacle sensing robot”

2002-2005 Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Physics (Hons.), Miranda House College, Delhi University, India

Awards, Honours and Memberships:                     

1. Awarded Distinction in Doctoral Research, IIT Delhi (2016)

2. Awarded Inspire Faculty Award "Electrical Energy Harvesting using Monolayer MoS2 and MoS2-Graphene Heterostructures for Self Powering Electronic and Bioelectronics Devices" (2016)

3. Awarded National Postdoctoral Fellowship, DST (2016).

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:

1. Bharti Singh, B. R. Mehta, Deepak Varandani, Andreaa Veronica Savu, and Juergen Brugger, “Exploring nanoscale electrical properties of CuO-graphene based hybrid interfaced memory device by conductive atomic force microscopy”, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 16, 4, (2016).

2. Bharti Singh and B. R. Mehta, “Relationship between nature of metal-oxide contacts and resistive switching properties of copper oxide thin film based devices”, Thin Solid Films, 569, 35-43 (2014).

3. Bharti Singh, Deepak Varandani and Bodh Raj Mehta, “Effect of conductive atomic force microscope tip loading force on tip-sample interface electronic characteristics: Unipolar to bipolar resistive switching transition”, Applied Physics Letter, 103, 051604-5 (2013).

4. Bharti Singh, B. R. Mehta, Deepak Varandani, Govind, A. Narita, X. Feng, and K. Müllen, “Influence of electronic nature of organic monolayer material on the resistive switching  properties of Ti-CuO/(6F-  HBC)-Cu hybrid interface”, Journal of Applied Physics, 113, 203706 (2013).  

5. Bharti Singh, B. R. Mehta, Deepak Varandani, Andreea Veronica Savu and Juergen Brugger, “CAFM investigations of filamentary conduction in Cu2O ReRAM devices fabricated using stencil lithography technique”, Nanotechnology, 23, 495707-10, (2012).

6. Bharti  Singh, B. R. Mehta, M. Singh, Govind Gupta, L. Dössel, X. Feng and K. Mullen, “Electronic interaction and bipolar resistive switching in copper oxide-multilayer graphene hybrid interface; Graphene as an oxygen ion storage and blocking layer”, Applied Physics Letter, 99, 222109-3 (2011).

7. Bharti Singh, B. R. Mehta, M. Singh, Govind Gupta, L. Dössel, X. Feng, K. Müllen, “Structural and electronic interaction at CuO-Hexa-peri-hexabezocoronene hybrid interface”,  Applied Physics Letter, 98, 072101-3 (2011).

8. Deepak Varandani, Bharti Singh, Bodh R. Mehta, Mandeep Singh, Vidya Nand Singh, and Dasees Gupta, “Resistive switching mechanism in delafossite-transition metal oxide (CuInO2-CuO) bilayer structure”, Journal of Applied Physics, 107, 103703-4 (2010).

Sanctioned Research Projects:

1. DST-INSPIRE Faculty Award (2017-2022) 35 Lakh, " Electrical Energy Harvesting using Monolayer MoS2 and MoS2-Graphene Heterostructures for Self Powering Electronic and Bioelectronics Devices".

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