Brief academic introduction:
Dr. Pulok Pattanayak possesses a brilliant academic record in the field of Physics, Materials Science & Applied Physics. After completing his M.Tech from IIT Kharagpur, Dr. Pattanayak was awarded his Ph.D. by the prestigious IISc Bangalore.
He started his career as a Project Assistant at IISc Bangalore and completed a long stint as a post-doctoral researcher at Boise State University, USA.
Dr. Pattanayak has many publications to his name. He has attended a number of international and national conferences as well.
Memory Materials & Technology, Sensors, Renewable Energy
Pulok Pattanayak and S. Asokan ‘Composition dependent electrical switching behavior of As-Te-I chalcohalide glasses’, Solid State Commun., 148 (2008) 378
Pulok Pattanayak and S. Asokan ‘A Sharp Thermally Reversing Window in As45Te55-xIx Chalcohalide Glasses Revealed by Alternating Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Photo Thermal Deflection Studies’, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 354 (2008) 3824
Pulok Pattanayak and S. Asokan ‘An evidence for a microscopic phase separation in AsSeAg glasses revealed by thermal and structural investigations’, Eur. Phys. J. B, 62 (2008) 277
- Paulraj, Jyotsna Ravi, Pulok Pattanayak, R. Saavedra, J.E. Morales, S. Thomas Lee and S. Asokan ‘Investigation on chalcogenide glasses for its threshold phenomena using photothermal methods’, Nondestructive Testing and Evaluation, 23 (2008) 1
Pulok Pattanayak and S. Asokan ‘Electrical switching and thermal studies on Ge22Te78−xIx chalcohalide glasses: The effect of iodine on network-topology’, Solid State Commun., 142 (2007) 698
Pulok Pattanayak, N. Manikandan, M. Paulraj and S. Asokan ‘Photo-thermal Deflection and Electrical Switching Studies on Ge-Te-I Chalcohalide Glasses’ Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 19 (2007) 036224
Pulok Pattanayak and S. Asokan ‘Anomalous electrical switching behaviour in phase-separated bulk Ge-Se-Ag chalcogenide glasses’, Europhys. Lett., 75 (2006) 778
- Asokan, S.D. Savransky, Pulok Pattanayak and M. Anbarasu ‘Functionally Expanded Phase-Change Memory: Experiments on Light Influence on Threshold Voltage’, Non-Volatile Memory Technology Symposium, ISBN: 0-7803-9408-9 (7-10 Nov. 2005) 69
Pulok Pattanayak and S. Asokan ‘Signature of a silver phase percolation threshold in microscopically phase separated ternary Ge0.15Se0.85-xAgx (0≤x≤0.20) glasses’, J. Appl. Phy., 97 (2005) 013515