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Academic Background:

  • BSc (Tech) in Ceramic Technology (1996-2000) College of Ceramic Technology, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India
  • MSc (Engg) in Materials Science (2000-2002) Materials Research Center, IISc, Bangalore, India
  • PhD in Materials Science (2002-2007) Materials Research Center, IISc, Bangalore, India

Academic Background

  • Assistant Professor (since July 2014), Dept. of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay, Mumbai.
  • Research Staff (2010 – 2014 (Apr))
    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne, Germany.
  • Marie-Curie Post Doctoral Fellow (2008 -2010)
    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne, Germany
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Research Interest

  • Thermoelectric materials and devices
  • Thermoelectric metrology and instrumentation
  • Physics of heavily doped semiconductors

Selected Publications:

  • T. Dasgupta, C. Stiewe, J. de Boor, and E. Müller. "Influence of power factor enhancement on the thermoelectric figure of merit in Mg2Si0.4Sn0.6 based materials." physica status solidi (a) 211(6), 1250 (2014).
  • T. Dasgupta, C. Stiewe, A. Sesselmann, H. Yin, B. Iversen, E. Müller, “Thermoelectric studies in β-Zn4Sb3- the complex interdependence between thermal stability, thermoelectric transport and Zinc concentration. “, Journal of Applied Physics, 113(10), 103708 (2013).
  • T. Dasgupta, C. Stiewe, L. Boettcher, R. Hassdorf, H. Yin, B. Iversen, E. Mueller, “Multiple phase formation and its influence on lattice thermal conductivity in b-Zn4Sb3”, J. Mater. Res., Focus Issue: Advances in Thermoelectric Materials, 26 (2011) 1925.
  • T. Dasgupta, C. Stiewe, R. Hassdorf, A.J. Zhou, L. Böttcher, and E. Mueller, “Effect of vacancies on the thermoelectric properties of Mg2Si1-xSbx (0 £ x £ 0.1)”, Physical Review B, 83 (2011) 235207.
  • T. Dasgupta, U.W. Waghmare and A.M. Umarji “Electronic signatures of ductility and brittleness”, Physical Review B, 76 (2007) 174110.
  • T. Dasgupta and A.M. Umarji “Apparatus to measure high-temperature thermal conductivity and thermoelectric power of small specimens” Review of Scientific Instruments 76 (2005) 094901.