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Dr. Neeti Keswani

Assistant Professor
Department of Physics

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Degree Specialization University/Institute Name, Year
Ph.D. Nanomagnetism Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, 2020
M.Sc. Physics St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, 2013

Research Interests

  • Magnetism at Nanometer scale, Device Fabrication, High-Sensitive measurements using micro-Hall Magnetometry, Magnetic force microscopy & Micromagnetic simulations.

Current Courses Taught / Teaching Interest

  • Electronics 21PHMS204
  • Digital Electronics 20BSPH408
  • Semiconductor Physics 19DEPH116

Academic Experience / Industrial Experience

  • Working with SRM University Delhi-NCR since March 2022.

Achievements / Awards / Recognitions

  • Best Poster Award at 2nd Annual Meeting on Strongly Correlated Electron System held on 06-08 March 2019 at IIT Delhi, India.
  • Selected for Oral presentation in conference ICMAGMA 2019 held at Bhubaneswar, Orissa, India.
  • Best Poster Award at 2nd International Conference on Condensed matter and Applied physics 2017, held at Bikaner in 2017 among 1400 participants.
  • Best Poster Award at Nano India 2017, held at IIT Delhi, India in 2017.
  • Best Poster Award at IUMRS ICYRAM 2016, held at IISC Bangalore, India in 2016 among 800 participants.
  • Secured 51st rank in Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) 2014.
  • Secured 119th in JEST (Joint Entrance Screening Test) 2014.
  • Secured 20th Rank in all over India in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in 2013-2014.
  • Gold Medalist in B.Sc. Physics (Hons.).  First in University of Delhi South Campus in the year 2011.

Selected Publications/Working Papers

  • Controlled creation and annihilation of robust isolated emergent magnetic charged monopoles in an artificial spin iceKeswani et al., Sci Rep11, 13593 (2021).
  • Accessing low-energy magnetic microstates in square artificial spin ice vertices of broken symmetry in static magnetic fieldKeswani et al., Phys. Rev B. 102, 224436 (2020). (Editor’s Pick)
  • Complex switching behavior of magnetostatically coupled single-domain nanomagnets probed by micro-Hall magnetometryKeswani et al., Appl. Phys. Lett. 116, 102401 (2020).
  • On the micromagnetic behavior of dipolar-coupled nanomagnets in defective square artificial spin ice systemsKeswani and P. Das, J. of Appl. Phys., 126, 214304 (2019).
  • Magnetization reversal and emergent magnetic monopole-like state in square artificial spin ice vertex with defects, Keswani and P. Das, AIP Advances, 8, 101501 (2018).
  • Fabrication and characterization of sub-micron Hall devices from 2-dimension electron gas at the heterostructure of GaAs/AlGaAsKeswani et al., AIP Conference Proceedings 1953, 050071 (2018).

Other Information

Postdoctoral Research

  • Project Scientist in Dept. of Physics, IIT Delhi (01.02.2022-03.03.2022)
  • Research Associate in the Dept. of Material science and Engineering, IIT Delhi (01. Nov. 21 – 31.03.22)
  • Project Scientist in Dept. of Physics, IIT Delhi (01.02.2021-31.03.2021)
  • Early Doc Fellow in Dept. of Physics, IIT Delhi (20.10.20- 19.01.21)
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