Nanomaterials Group, University of Southampton

Nanomaterials Group

Dr. Jay Naik

I am a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow within SCFED (Super Critical Fluid Electro Deposition) Group. The SCFED Project unites leading researchers and facilities across multiple disciplines and three British Russell Group universities under the sponsorship of a prestigious EPSRC Programme Grant (University of Southampton, University of Nottingham and University of Warwick), which is led by the University of Southampton. My current responsibility within SCFED group is to undertake research (fabrication and characterisation) on nanomaterials produced by SCFED. I have completed my PhD in Nanotechnology and Bio Medical Engineering, at the School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham in August 2013. The School was ranked seventh in the UK in terms of its world-leading and internationally excellent research, based on the results of the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise. My PhD thesis is titled “Nanowires Fabricated by Focused Ion Beam”.

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J P Naik, K Das, P D Prewett, A K Raychaudhuri, and Yifang Chen, Liquid-like instabilities in gold nanowires fabricated by focused ion beam lithography, Appl. Phys. Lett., 101, 163108 (2012).

J P Naik, P D Prewett, K Das, and A K Raychaudhuri, Instabilities in Focused Ion Beam-patterned Au nanowires, Microelectronics Engineering, 88, 2840 (2011).

Manotosh Chakravorty, Kaustuv Das, A K Raychaudhuri, J P Naik, P D Prewett, Temperature dependent resistivity of platinum-carbon composite nanowires grown by focused ion beam on SiO2/Si substrate, Microelectronic Engineering, 88, (2011), 3360–3364.