Senthil Todadri Condensed matter theory
Senthil Todadri works towards understanding the phenomena that could and do arise in materials whose properties do not seem to fit in simply with conventional theories of the physics of solids, including materials that display high-temperature superconductivity. More specifically, Dr. Todadri has worked on the theory of electron localization due to impurities in various circumstances, and the properties of solids near zero temperature phase transitions driven by quantum fluctuations.
NEC Fund Award, MIT Research Support Committee, 2012.
Outstanding Investigator Award, Science Research Council of the Department of Atomic Energy, India, 2005.
Research Innovation Award, The Research Corporation, 2003.
Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow, 2002-2006.
Josiah Willard Gibbs Fellowship, Yale University, 1992.
T. Senthil and M. Fisher, "Fractionalization, topological order, and cuprate superconductivity," Phys. Rev B, vol. 63, pp. 134521, 2001.
T. Senthil and M. Fisher, "Z2 gauge theory of electron fractionalization in strongly correlated systems," Phys. Rev. B, vol. 62, pp. 7850, 2000.
T. Senthil et al, "The spin quantum Hall effect in unconventional superconductors," Phys. Rev. B, vol. 60, pp. 4245, 1999.
T. Senthil et al, "Quasiparticle transport and localization in high-Tc superconductors," Phys. Rev. Lett. vol. 81, pp. 4704, 1998.
T. Senthil and Subir Sachdev, "Higher dimensional realizations of activated dynamic scaling at random quantum transitions," Phys. Rev. Lett. vol. 77, pp. 5292, 1996.
Associate Fellow Quantum Materials
Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyDepartment of Physics
MSc (Physics) Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
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