Murtaza Bohra is an Associate Professor with MEC 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)