Sankar Das Sarma

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Sankar Das Sarma () is an Indian-born American theoretical condensed matter physicist, who has worked in the areas of strongly correlated materials, graphene, semiconductor physics, low-dimensional systems, topological matter, the quantum Hall effect, nanoscience, spintronics and quantum computation.


Das Sarma is a Distinguished University Professor, a Fellow of the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI), and the director of the at the University of Maryland, College Park, where he has been on the physics faculty since 1980. has co-authored more than 400 articles in the Physical Review Journal series of the American Physical Society, including more than 100 publications in Physical Review Letters, and is one of the Institute for Scientific Information . In collaboration with Chetan Nayak and Michael Freedman of Microsoft Research, Das Sarma the nu=5/2 topological qubit in 2005, which has led to experiments in building a fault-tolerant quantum computer based on two-dimensional semiconductor structures.

Das Sarma was the topper in the school leaving board examination conducted in 1969 by the Board of Secondary Education, West Bengal, India and received his undergraduate degree...
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