Experimental Condensed matter physics is the area where I first worked for a significant amount of time to understand the photoluminescence behavior of perovskite materials and I enjoyed the journey. This was the experimental work that pulled me to understand and apply theoretical condensed matter physics to find the connection of quantum optics with change in luminescent intensity. I have a strong interest towards bounded potential system where the origin is supremely quantum mechanical and it is amazing that the molecular dynamics is largely dependent on this theoretical model. This is the area where I have actually worked during my last masters from University of Surrey for locating the positions of nodal surfaces.
Techniques Sarbajit Manna Uses:
Kantorovich method for non linear optimization.
Sarbajit Manna's Problem Solving Skills:
Computational physics, vivid explanation
Sarbajit Manna's Problem Solving Experience:
I have developed an algorithm for finding the accurate nodal positions of some particles bounded within a potential. This process can help to get aware about the positions where the noise is least in any sensor instrument