We explore the physics of complex electronic systems showing exotic physical orders like conventional and unconventional superconductivity, magnetism, multiferroicity and topological superconductivity etc. Our primary weapons of choice are scanning probe microscopy and transport spectroscopy down to ultra-low temperatures, at ultra-high vacuum and in high magnetic fields.
In order to implement scientific ideas into practice and use them for developing new technologies, it is also important to explore the properties of complex physical systems at temperatures comparable to room temperature and under ambient environments. Part of our research is also directed to this goal. We collaborate with chemists, materials scientists, biologists and medical practitioners [the real doctors :)] for developing and characterizing new materials and devices with useful functional properties.