Subash Gireesan completed his Master’s degree at the Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. During his Masters, he worked on modelling the chemical transformations happening inside a cavitating bubble, with the aim of maximizing the production of oxidizing radicals. Currently he is pursuing is PhD at group of M2N, and the project is a part of the Shell-NWO Computational Sciences in Energy Research (CSER) PhD program. His work focuses on understanding thermal transport in semiconductor nanowires, for the application in thermoelectrics.
- S. Gireesan, P. Torres, F.X. Alvarez, P.A. Bobbert, Diameter-dependent thermal conductivity of ultrathin GaP nanowires: A molecular dynamics study, Physical Review B 101 (2), 024307 (2020).
- D. Vakulov, S. Gireesan, M. Y. Swinkels, P. A. Bobbert, I. Zardo, E. P. A. M. Bakkers, et al, Ballistic phonons in ultrathin nanowires, Nano letters 20 (4), 2703-2709 (2020).