Dr. P V Prakash Madduri

Dr. P V Prakash Madduri,

Asst. Professor,

Department of Sciences,

IIITDM Kurnool.

Education Qualifications:

Ph.D in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics from Central University of Hyderabad, India.

Areas of Interest/Specialization:

Magnetism at nanoscopic and mesoscopic length scales / Core-Shell nanoparticles, Magnetic Skyrmions & Antiskyrmions / Magnetic excitations and Magnonics / Magnetotransport in bulk and nano materials / Ferromagnetic Resonance studies / Magnetic Refrigeration.

Professional / Teaching Experience:

Ø  March 2018 - Dec 2020: Research Associate with Dr. Ajaya Kumar Nayak, School of Physical Sciences, National Institute of Science Education and Research(NISER), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, INDIA. Topic: “Designing novel magnetic materials for exploring skyrmions / antiskyrmions at room temperature and to study their properties towards the racetrack memory applications”

Ø  Aug 2009 – Sep 2010: Lecturer in Physics, Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology (GIET), Rajamahendravaram, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Important Research Publications:

1.   AC susceptibility study of magnetic relaxation phenomena in the antiskyrmion-hosting tetragonal Mn-Pt(Pd)-Sn system.

P. V. Prakash Madduri, S. Sen, B. Giri, D. Chakrabartty, S. K. Manna, S. S. P. Parkin, and A. K. Nayak,

Physical Review B, 102, 174402, (2020).


2.  Robust Topological Hall Effect driven by tunable non-coplanar magnetic state in Mn-Pt-In inverse tetragonal Heusler alloys.

B. Giri, A. I. Mallick, C. Singh, P. V. Prakash Madduri, F. Damay, A. Alam, A. K. Nayak,

Physical Review B, 102, 014449, (2020).


3.  Intrinsic chiral-spin glass and spin glass transitions in compacted Ni5Al3/NiO core/shell nanoparticles.

P. V. Prakash Madduri, S. N. Kaul,

Physical Review Materials, 3, 126003 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevMaterials.3.126003. 

4.  Field-induced topological Hall effect in non-coplanar triangular antiferromagnetic geometry of Mn3Sn.

P. K. Rout, P. V. Prakash Madduri, S. K. Manna, and A. K. Nayak,
Physical Review B, 99, 094430 (2019).

5. Magnon-induced interband spin-flip scattering contribution to resistivity and magnetoresistance in a nanocrystalline itinerant-electron ferromagnet: effect of crystallite size.

P. V. Prakash Madduri, S. N. Kaul,

Physical Review B, 95, 184402 (2017).


            Email: prakash.madduri@iiitk.ac.in

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Ø  Best Research Poster award by OXFORD INSTRUMENTS, UK, at the ‘International Conference on Magnetic Materials and Applications (ICMAGMA) - 2013’, organized by the Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati and the Magnetics Society of India (MSI).

Ø  Declared eligible for Lectureship (LS) in Physical Sciences on the basis of National Eligibility Test (NET) – 2010 (June), conducted by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the University Grants Commission (UGC), India.

Ø  Awarded Junior and Senior Research Fellowship (JRF) and declared eligible for Lectureship (LS) in Physical Sciences on the basis of National Eligibility Test (NET) – 2010 (Dec), jointly conducted by CSIR and  UGC, India.

Ø  Rank-2 in the entrance test for M.Sc. course (AUCET-2007), conducted by Andhra University, Vishakhapatnam, India.

Ø  Secured College First rank (Math. Phys. Chem. group) in the B.Sc. examinations in the year 2007.