Meenakshi Singh

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Meenakshi SinghTimberline #1 Trailer, Room 7
303-273-3844
msingh@mines.edu

Education

  • BS, University of Lucknow, India
  • MS, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
  • PhD, Pennsylvania State University

Awards and Honors

  • Peter Eklund Memorial Award, Penn State University

Teaching and Research Interests

  • Semiconducting quantum computers
  • Quantum transport
  • Science education and outreach
  • Superconductivity
  • Macroscopic quantum phenomena

Singh's research targets the development of semiconducting quantum computers with a focus toward donor-based spin qubits. She graduated with a PhD in physics from Pennsylvania State University with a thesis focusing on quantum transport in nanowires.

In addition to research, she is interested in science education and outreach and has mentored five undergraduate students participating in the National Science Foundation’s Research for Undergraduates program. Her service record includes serving as treasurer for the Physics and Astronomy for Women Society at Pennsylvania State University, which provides a forum to discuss issues women face while seeking scientific degrees and careers.

She also has research interest in superconductivity and macroscopic quantum phenomena, with a view toward hybridizing superconductors with other systems to access novel phenomena and applications.

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