Studying purely Quantum Phenomenon, diffusion and localisation in ultracold gas experiments.
Niranjan worked in ion atom hybrid traps and studied charge exchange and mobility during PhD. During this time he utilised tools like optical Fabry-Perot cavities, position sensitive charge detectors and ultracold atom manipulation. Prior to this he had an internship where he studied the theoretical treatment of 1D Bose gases, in the group of Prof. K.N. Pathak, Punjab University, India.
Currently, Niranjan is a postdoc in the group of Vincent Josse and Alain Aspect as a part of SIMONS Waves collaboration where they are working on 3D Anderson Localisation with Ultracold Bose gases.
MSc Physics, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India with a specialization in optics
PhD, Raman Research Institute, Bengaluru, India. (2021)