My primary research interest is in the solid-state chemistry and physics. Preparation and characterization of various inorganic oxide materials, including thin films, of both academic interest and with technologically required properties. Experimental techniques involve solid state and chemical route of synthesis, structural characterization (x-ray, neutron, and electron diffraction) and physical property measurements (magnetic, electrical transport, and ferroelectrics). The aim is to correlate the structure and properties so that a material with required property may be achieved.

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