Abhishek A. Panchal

PhD student

I have received my BTech from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in the department of Materials Science and Engineering. During my BTech I have done projects and courses in the area of thermodynamics, heat transport and have used simulation software like ANSYS, MATLAB for solving modelling problems. I like to understand concepts from a fundamental point of view and be able to apply them to real life applications. I have also worked on developing applications involving coding in languages like python, java, bash. Apart from academics, I like to remain occupied with playing keyboard, badminton, jogging, cooking, reading philosophical books.


1. Strategies for Fitting Accurate Machine Learned Inter-atomic Potentials for Solid Electrolytes, Mater. Futures, 2, 015101 (2023).

2. The Resistive Nature of Decomposing Interfaces of Solid Electrolytes with Alkali Metal Electrodes, J. Mater. Chem. A, 10, 19732 (2022).