Sujit Manna

Sujit Manna
Assistant Professor
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
HauzKhas,New Delhi-110016
Tel:+91-11-2659 8402(O)
Office: VI-415A
smanna[at]physics.iitd.ac.in

Research Interest:

Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Topological phase of matter in 2D Materials, Topological superconductivity, Non-collinear Magnetism, Strongly Correlated Systems, Molecular Beam Epitaxy (MBE), Spectroscopic imaging, Spin polarized STM.

Professional & Academic Profile:

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India (11/2018 -)
  • Post-Doctoral Associate, Department of Physics, MIT, Cambridge, USA (10/2016-10/2018)
  • Staff Member, Department of Physics, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (09/2014-10/2016)
  • Visiting Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Microstructure physics, Halle, Germany (05/2011-08/2014)
  • PhD, Physics, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, India (04/2011)
  • MSc, Physics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India (2006).

Selected list of publications:

  1. Superconductivity in the Surface State of Noble Metal Gold and its Fermi Level Tuning by EuS Dielectric, P. Wei*, S. Manna*, M. Eich, P. Lee, and J. Moodera, Phys. Rev. Lett. 122 (2019) 247002.
  2. Interfacial superconductivity in a bi-collinear anti-ferromagnetically ordered FeTe monolayer on a topological insulator, S. Manna, A. Kamlapure, L. Cornils, T. Hänke, E. M. J. Hedegaard, M. Bremholm, B. B. Iversen, Ph. Hofmann, J. Wiebe and R. Wiesendanger, Nature Communication 8 (2017) 14074.
  3. Reorientation of the diagonal double-stripe spin structure at Fe1+yTe bulk and thin-film surfaces, T. Hänke, U R Singh, L. Cornils, S. Manna, A.Kamlapur E. M. J. Hedegaard, M. Bremholm, B. B. Iversen, Ph. Hofmann, J. Hu, Z. Mao, J. Wiebe and R. Wiesendanger, Nature Communication 8 (2017) 13939.
  4. Spatial Variation of the Two-Fold Anisotropic Superconducting Gap in a Monolayer of FeSe0.5Te0.5 on a Topological Insulator, A. Kamlapure, S. Manna, L. Cornils, T. Hänke, M. Bremholm, B. B. Iversen, Ph. Hofmann, J. Wiebe and R. Wiesendanger, Physical Review B 95 (2017)104509.
  5. Effect of electron confinement in Pd films to the oscillatory magnetic anisotropy of adjacent Co layers, S. Manna, M. Przybylski, D. Sander and J. Kirschner, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 28 (2016) 456001.
  6. Preparation and characterization of Bi2Se3(0001) and of epitaxial FeSefilms on Bi2Se3(0001), A. Cavallin, V. Sevriuk, N. Fischer, S. Manna, S. Ouazi, M. Ellguth, C. Tusche, H. L. Meyerheim, D. Sander and J. Kirschner, Surface Science 646 (2016)72-82.
  7. Visualizing Non-abrupt transition of Quantum Well States at Stepped Silver Surfaces, S. K. Saha, S. Manna, V. S. Stepanyuk and J. Kirschner, Scientific reports 5(2015)12847.
  8. Sharply distinct d-band quantum well states in palladium thin films, S. K. Saha, S. Manna, M. Przybylski, V. S. Stepanyuk and J. Kirschner, Physical Review B (R) 90(2014) 081404.
  9. Effect of quantum well states in Cu over-layer on magnetic anisotropy of Fe and Co films revisited, S. Manna, P. Lana Gastelois, M. Dabrowski, P. Kuswik, M. Cinal, M. Przybylski, and J. Kirschner, Physical Review B 87(2013)134401.