M. Venkata Kamalakar
M. Venkata Kamalakar
Associate Professor (Docent), Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala University, Sweden
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High-performance molybdenum disulfide field-effect transistors with spin tunnel contacts
A Dankert, L Langouche, MV Kamalakar, SP Dash
ACS nano 8 (1), 476-482, 2014
1992014
Long distance spin communication in chemical vapour deposited graphene
MV Kamalakar, C Groenveld, A Dankert, SP Dash
Nature Communications 6 (1), 1-8, 2015
1982015
Enhanced tunnel spin injection into graphene using chemical vapor deposited hexagonal boron nitride
MV Kamalakar, A Dankert, J Bergsten, T Ive, SP Dash
Scientific Reports 4, 6146, 2014
1502014
Room temperature electrical detection of spin polarized currents in topological insulators
A Dankert, J Geurs, MV Kamalakar, SP Dash
Nano Lett. 15 (12), 7976–7981, 2015
1482015
Low Schottky Barrier Black Phosphorus Field‐Effect Devices with Ferromagnetic Tunnel Contacts
MV Kamalakar, BN Madhushankar, A Dankert, SP Dash
Small 11 (18), 2209-2216, 2015
1072015
Inversion of spin signal and spin filtering in ferromagnet| hexagonal boron nitride-graphene van der Waals heterostructures
MV Kamalakar, A Dankert, PJ Kelly, SP Dash
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
782016
Tunnel magnetoresistance with atomically thin two-dimensional hexagonal boron nitride barriers
A Dankert, MV Kamalakar, A Wajid, RS Patel, SP Dash
Nano Research 8 (4), 1357-1364, 2015
782015
Spin transition in arrays of gold nanoparticles and spin crossover molecules
EJ Devid†, PN Martinho†, MV Kamalakar†, I Šalitroš, U Prendergast, ...
ACS nano 9 (4), 4496-4507, 2015
652015
A novel method of synthesis of dense arrays of aligned single crystalline copper nanotubes using electrodeposition in the presence of a rotating electric field
M Venkata Kamalakar, AK Raychaudhuri
Advanced Materials 20 (1), 149-154, 2008
532008
Low temperature electrical transport in ferromagnetic Ni nanowires
MV Kamalakar, AK Raychaudhuri
Physical Review B 79 (20), 205417, 2009
492009
Voltage-controlled inversion of tunnel magnetoresistance in epitaxial nickel/graphene/MgO/cobalt junctions
F Godel, M Venkata Kamalakar, B Doudin, Y Henry, D Halley, JF Dayen
Applied Physics Letters 105 (15), 152407, 2014
482014
Enhancing the Molecular Signature in Molecule‐Nanoparticle Networks Via Inelastic Cotunneling
JF Dayen†, E Devid†, MV Kamalakar†, D Golubev, C Guédon, ...
Advanced Materials 25 (3), 400-404, 2013
482013
Spintronics with graphene-hexagonal boron nitride van der Waals heterostructures
MV Kamalakar, A Dankert, J Bergsten, T Ive, SP Dash
Applied Physics Letters 105 (21), 212405, 2014
422014
Spin transport and precession in graphene measured by nonlocal and three-terminal methods
A Dankert, MV Kamalakar, J Bergsten, SP Dash
Applied Physics Letters 104 (19), 192403, 2014
412014
Spin-polarized tunneling through chemical vapor deposited multilayer molybdenum disulfide
A Dankert, P Pashaei, MV Kamalakar, APS Gaur, S Sahoo, I Rungger, ...
ACS nano 11 (6), 6389-6395, 2017
402017
Two-dimensional van der Waals spinterfaces and magnetic-interfaces
JF Dayen, SJ Ray, O Karis, IJ Vera-Marun, MV Kamalakar
Applied Physics Reviews 7 (1), 011303, 2020
392020
Two-dimensional flexible high diffusive spin circuits
IG Serrano, J Panda, F Denoel, O Vallin, D Phuyal, O Karis, ...
Nano letters 19 (2), 666-673, 2019
322019
Tuning contact transport mechanisms in bilayer MoSe2 transistors up to Fowler–Nordheim regime
LDN Mouafo, F Godel, G Froehlicher, S Berciaud, B Doudin, ...
2D Materials 4 (1), 015037, 2016
292016
Temperature dependent electrical resistivity of a single strand of ferromagnetic single crystalline nanowire
MV Kamalakar, AK Raychaudhuri, X Wei, J Teng, PD Prewett
Applied Physics Letters 95 (1), 013112, 2009
282009
Origin and evolution of surface spin current in topological insulators
A Dankert, P Bhaskar, D Khokhriakov, IH Rodrigues, B Karpiak, ...
Physical Review B 97 (12), 125414, 2018
272018
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