Niladri Banerjee

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Niladri Banerjee is a senior lecturer at Blackett Laboratory at Imperial College London and a steering committee board member of the Atoms to Devices Research Area at the Henry Royce Institute. His experimental research focuses on understanding and exploiting novel emergent electronic and magnetic phases in low-dimensional materials for quantum technologies. His contributions include the first demonstration of a controllable Josephson junction based on unconventional triplet superconductivity.


Superconducting Vortices Made Without Magnetic Fields

A quantum phase of matter detected in an iron-based superconductor could host Majorana zero modes—quasiparticles that may serve as building blocks for future quantum computers. Read More »