Pranab Kumar Das

Pranab Kumar Das worked as a CNR-IOM Post-doc from May 2014 to May 2017. He is currently working at the Singapore Synchrotron Light Source, National University of Singapore. His research was focused on determination of electronic band structure and Fermi surface by ARPES method in order to understand the underlying physics behind the interesting systems like two dimensional materials, oxides, and other functional materials. He also worked on spin resolved ARPES in order to determine the electronic spin textures.


2014 - Ph.D. in Condensed Matter Physics at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India

2009 - Master's Degree in Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology, India

2007 - Bachelor Degree in Physics at the Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, India


Within NFFA
Our Research
Electron. Struct., 1, 014003, (2019)
Electronic properties of candidate type-II Weyl semimetal WTe2. A review perspective
P.K. Das, D. Di Sante, F. Cilento, C. Bigi, D. Kopic, D. Soranzio, A. Sterzi, J.A. Krieger, I. Vobornik, J. Fujii, T. Okuda, V.N. Strocov, M.B.H. Breese, F. Parmigiani, G. Rossi, S. Picozzi, R. Thomale, G. Sangiovanni, R.J. Cava, and G. Panaccione
Our Research
Phys. Rev. Materials, 2(6), 065001, (2018)
Role of Spin-Orbit Coupling in the Electronic Structure of IrO2
P. K. Das, J. Sławińska, I. Vobornik, J. Fujii, A. Regoutz, J.M. Kahk, D.O. Scanlon, B.J. Morgan, C. McGuinness, E. Plekhanov, D. Di Sante, Y.-S. Huang, R.-S. Chen, G. Rossi, S. Picozzi, W.R. Branford, G. Panaccione, and D.J. Payne
Our Research
J. Synchrotron Rad., 24, 750–756, (2017)
Very efficient spin polarization analysis (VESPA): new exchange scattering-based setup for spin- resolved ARPES at APE-NFFA beamline at Elettra
C. Bigi, P. K. Das, D. Benedetti, F. Salvador, D. Krizmancic, R. Sergo, A. Martin, G. Panaccione, G. Rossi, J. Fujii and I. Vobornik
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