———- Next Presentations by Dr. Datta. Let’s meet if you are around ———-
*** Date : September 30, 2022, Time : 9:45 am – 11 am (EST) , University of Connecticut, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, USA. Topic – Nano versus Micro Structuring : Future Directions of Energy Storage Materials
*** Date : October 04, 2022, Time : 5:10 pm – 5:30 pm (EST), Multiscale Materials Modeling, Baltimore, USA. Topic – Understanding interfacial chemo-mechanics of two-dimensional materials-based heterostructures for energy storage
*** Date : October 18, 2022, Time : 3:05 pm – 3:25 pm (CST), Society of Engineering Science Annual Technical Meeting, College Station, Texas, USA. Topic – Understanding interfacial chemo-mechanics of two-dimensional materials-based heterostructures
*** Date : October 19, 2022, Time : 10:35 pm – 10:55 pm (CST), Society of Engineering Science Annual Technical Meeting, College Station, Texas, USA. Topic – Multiscale particles for next-generation battery technologies
———- Selected Media Coverage ———-
TechXplore & NJIT News : Researchers publish discoveries in battery technology
Technology.org : Designing Lithium Ion Batteries with less cobalt content
——— Selected Latest News 2022 ———-
– August : Ph.D. candidate Mr. Jatin Kashyap defended his thesis.
– Dr. Datta is among the “ASME JEECS Emerging Investigators in Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage 2022“.
– Dr. Datta is among the “IAAM Young Scientist Medalists” in Computational Materials Science.
– Dr. Datta is the Vice Chair of IEEE Nanotechnology Council Chapter (NTC), North Jersey Section.
– May : Undergrad student Mr. Adrian Cespedes won prestigious “McNair Summer Research Institute Program“.
———- Selected Recent Publications ———-
** Invited Article : V. Sharma, D. Datta, Developing Potential Energy Surfaces for Graphene-Based 2D–3D Interfaces From Modified High-Dimensional Neural Networks for Applications in Energy Storage, ASME Journal of Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage, 19(4):041006, 2022
Part of ASME Special Issue : Emerging Investigators in Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage 2022
** Invited Article : J. Kashyap, D. Datta, Drug repurposing for SARS-CoV-2: a high-throughput molecular docking, molecular dynamics, machine learning, and DFT study, Journal of Materials Science, 57, 10780-10802, 2022
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Dr. Dibakar Datta is currently an assistant professor at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Newark College of Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, USA. He finished his Ph.D. at Brown University. His major is Mechanics of Solids & Structures and minors are Physics & Chemistry. While at Brown, he was also a visiting researcher at The Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter (LRSM), The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA. He got an opportunity for his postdoctoral training (Mar. 2015-Aug. 2016) in Mechanics and Computation at Stanford University.
Email : dibakar.datta @ njit.edu