Graduate Student Srikant Srinivasan wins 2012 Student Dissertation Award from American Physical Society

Graduate Student Srikant Srinivasan
Graduate Student Srikant Srinivasan
As part of this award he will be giving an invited presentation at the APS March 2012 meeting in Boston. His PhD thesis is titled "All Spin Logic: Multi-magnet Networks interacting via Spin Currents." He is advised by Professor Supriyo Datta.

Graduate Student Srikant Srinivasan has been awarded the 2012 Outstanding Dissertation in Magnetism Award from the American Physical Society (APS), Topical Group on Magnetism (GMAG). As part of this award he will be giving an invited presentation at the APS March 2012 meeting in Boston. His PhD thesis is titled "All Spin Logic: Multi-magnet Networks interacting via Spin Currents."

These award recognize students who have conducted outstanding research leading to their dissertation, and consist of an invited talk in an appropriate session at the APS March Meeting, a $500 prize to the student, and up to $250 toward his/her travel expenses to the APS March Meeting.

He is advised by Professor Supriyo Datta.