Dr. Murtaza Bohra is an Associate Professor with Mahindra University École Centrale School of Engineering in the Physics Department. His research primarily focuses on low dimension magnetism and transport properties of ultra-thin films, nano particles and their heterostructures. Strain engineered multiferroric and magnetic exchange bias based devices.
Dr. Murtaza Bohra holds a Ph.D. from the Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, (IIT) Bombay, Powai, India.
2008: Ph.D. (Experimental Condensed Matter Physics), IIT-Bombay, India
1999: M.Sc. (Physics), M. L. S. University Udaipur & B.Ed.-2000, University of Jammu, India
1997: B.Sc., M. L. S. University, Udaipur, India
Jeong-hwan Kim, Murtaza Bohra, Vidya Dhar Singh, Antony Douglas Galea, Panagiotis Grammatikopoulos and Mukhles Ibrahim Sowwan. “Controllable and reversible pH-responsive rollable 2D nanostructures”. US 2017/0066178A1. Issued March 9, 2017.
“Nanostructured Magnetite Thin Films: an avenue for Spintronics” in “Frontier of Nanoscience’ (Elsevier), Authors: Murtaza Bohra and Nishit Agrawal (2018).
• Assistant for laboratory course for bachelor and master students (2002-2007)
• Lecturer of Physics at junior level college (2001-2002)