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User:Amit Sharma

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Pursuing my graduate studies in Physics @ Physics Department, Michigan State University (Started, Fall 2004). My area of research is Spintronics with metals. More on my research interests can be found here.

Prior to pursuing the graduate education, I worked as Scientist (in the ranks of ‘B’ and ‘C’) @ Defense Research & Development Organization, India, for four years. My focus area was design and development of optical and opto-electronics systems.

My professional memberships include a student membership of the American Physical Society and Life membership of Instruments Society of India .

I am a native of Kanpur, an industrial city in India. I did my schooling from Methodist High School, Kanpur, and Bachelor of Science and Master of Science (Physics) from PPN College, Kanpur.



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