2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2003 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For contributions to the fundamental understanding of spin dynamics and transport in low dimensional semiconductors, enabled by the development of novel magnetic semiconductor quantum structures
His primary scientific interests are in Condensed matter physics, Topological insulator, Spin polarization, Magnetic semiconductor and Ferromagnetism. The various areas that he examines in his Condensed matter physics study include Magnetic field and Magnetization. Nitin Samarth has researched Topological insulator in several fields, including Thin film, Quantum spin Hall effect, Quantum Hall effect, Heterojunction and Magnetoresistance.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spin wave and Quantum tunnelling. In his study, Antiferromagnetism, Spin structure and Magnetic circular dichroism is inextricably linked to Hall effect, which falls within the broad field of Ferromagnetism. As a part of the same scientific family, Nitin Samarth mostly works in the field of Spin engineering, focusing on Quantum spin liquid and, on occasion, Quantum technology, Quantum computer and Quantum dot.
Condensed matter physics, Topological insulator, Ferromagnetism, Magnetic semiconductor and Heterojunction are his primary areas of study. His study focuses on the intersection of Condensed matter physics and fields such as Spin polarization with connections in the field of Spin. His Topological insulator study also includes fields such as
His Magnetic semiconductor research integrates issues from Quantum well, Faraday effect and Antiferromagnetism. His research in Quantum well intersects with topics in Electron, Exciton and Atomic physics. While the research belongs to areas of Heterojunction, Nitin Samarth spends his time largely on the problem of Epitaxy, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Superlattice.
Nitin Samarth mainly investigates Condensed matter physics, Topological insulator, Quantum, Heterojunction and Magnetic field. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Thin film, Magnetoresistance and Dirac. The study incorporates disciplines such as Optoelectronics, Molecular beam epitaxy and Angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy in addition to Thin film.
His Magnetoresistance course of study focuses on Ferromagnetism and Symmetry and Magnetization. Nitin Samarth has included themes like Geometric phase, Berry connection and curvature, Spintronics, Hall effect and Spin-½ in his Topological insulator study. His Quantum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Plateau, Quantum Hall effect and Phase diagram.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Topological insulator, Condensed matter physics, Quantum, Magnetic field and Insulator. His Topological insulator research includes themes of Molecular beam epitaxy, Spintronics, Hall effect and Heterojunction. His Spintronics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fermi level and Spin pumping.
His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scattering and Magnetization. As part of the same scientific family, Nitin Samarth usually focuses on Quantum, concentrating on Quantum Hall effect and intersecting with Quantum phase transition, Critical exponent and Phase transition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantum oscillations, Electron hole, Electron, Coulomb and Quantum well in addition to Magnetic field.
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Semiconductor spintronics and quantum computation
David D. Awschalom;D. Loss;N. Samarth.
Spin-transfer torque generated by a topological insulator
A. R. Mellnik;Joonsue Lee;Anthony R. Richardella;J. L. Grab.
Artificial ‘spin ice’ in a geometrically frustrated lattice of nanoscale ferromagnetic islands
R. F. Wang;C. Nisoli;R. S. Freitas;J. Li.
Ferromagnetic semiconductors: moving beyond (Ga,Mn)As
Allan H Macdonald;P. Schiffer;N. Samarth.
Nature Materials (2005)
Room-Temperature Spin Memory in Two-Dimensional Electron Gases
J. M. Kikkawa;I. P. Smorchkova;I. P. Smorchkova;N. Samarth;N. Samarth;D. D. Awschalom;D. D. Awschalom.
Interface-induced phenomena in magnetism
Frances Hellman;Axel Hoffmann;Yaroslav Tserkovnyak;Geoffrey S.D. Beach.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2017)
Highly enhanced Curie temperature in low-temperature annealed [Ga,Mn]As epilayers
K. C. Ku;S. J. Potashnik;R. F. Wang;S. H. Chun;S. H. Chun.
Applied Physics Letters (2003)
Optical spin resonance and transverse spin relaxation in magnetic semiconductor quantum wells
S. A. Crooker;D. D. Awschalom;J. J. Baumberg;F. Flack.
Physical Review B (1997)
Hedgehog spin texture and Berry's phase tuning in a magnetic topological insulator
Su Yang Xu;Madhab Neupane;Chang Liu;Duming Zhang.
Nature Physics (2012)
Effects of annealing time on defect-controlled ferromagnetism in Ga1−xMnxAs
S. J. Potashnik;K. C. Ku;S. H. Chun;J. J. Berry.
Applied Physics Letters (2001)
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