Dr. Moumita Dey, alumni of Calcutta University, completed her graduation from Bidhan Nagar Govt. College, Kolkata and received her Master’s degree in Pure Physics from University of Calcutta with specialization in Condensed Matter Physics in 2008. In the same year she joined Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP), one of the premier research institutes in India to pursue Ph.D. After successful completion of one year Post-M.ScAssociateship course at SINP, she started her PhD work in 2009 at the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics Division of SINP and was awarded PhD degree in 2015. Immediately after getting the Ph.D. degree she joined Adamas University as an Assistant Professor of Physics.
Dr. Dey is presently working as the Dept.-In-Charge of Physics Department and Exam Coordinator for the SOS, AU. She is also a member of the Faculty council of the SOS.
Her research interests mainly focus on spin dependent transport in low-dimensional quantum systems. Her research interests span over several topics in theoretical nano-science e.g., Quantum transport in molecular bridge systems, Spin transport in magnetic systems, Multi-terminal conductance formulation, Spin Hall Effect, Quantum Hall effect, Thermoelectric study in molecular wires, NEGF technique: Keldysh formalism, effect of electron-phonon interactions on quantum transport etc. She has published several papers and review articles in reputed international journals and also presented her work in various national and international conferences. She has also done collaborative research work with eminent faculty members from other institute and universities like, Indian Statistical Institute, Visva-Bharati University, Kalyani University etc. apart from SINP.