Abhijit Kar

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Dr. Abhijit Kar received his PhD in Chemistry-Materials Science from Jadavpur University, India. Dr. Kar has carried out his postdoctoral research in different parts of the world e.g. Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea, Swiss Federal Laboratory at Zürich, Switzerland; visiting scientist at Rϋhr Universität, Germany. Dr. Kar has about 17 years of research & teaching experience. His current research interest comprises of Application of Nanotechnology for Advanced Materials. He has worked on different similar and dissimilar materials joining methods & techniques, He is one of the first and pioneer research scientist worked on lead free solder for electronics/microelectronics applications from India. He has developed expertise on Different Materials Characterization Techniques, Mechanical & Functional Property Evaluation of Materials. Dr. Kar has published ~40 research papers in Journals; edited book “Nanoelectronics and Materials Development” and contributed in book chapter on Electron Microscopy. He serves as reviewer of many International Peer Reviewed Journals from Elsevier, Springer. He represented as editorial board member of Journal of Materials Sciences and Applications, American Association for Science & Technology, Journal of Energy and Natural Resources etc.

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Abhijit Kar

The current edited book presents some of the most advanced research findings in the field of nanotechnology and its application in materials development in a very concise form. The main focus of the book is dragged toward those materials where electronic properties are manipulated for development of advanced materials. We have discussed about the extensive usage of nanotechnology and its impact on various facets of the chip-making practice from materials to devices such as basic memory, quantum dots, nanotubes, nanowires, graphene-like 2D materials, and CIGS thin-film solar cells as energy-harvesting devices. Researchers as well as students can gain valuable insights into the different processing of nanomaterials, characterization procedures of the materials in nanoscale, and their different functional properties and applications.

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