Dr. Neogi's research focuses on controlling vibrational energy transport in a wide variety of systems using analytical methods and numerical techniques. Control of phonons, the quanta of lattice vibrations, will enable guided heat conduction in materials, improve thermoelectric energy conversion and stability of quantum states in atom-like defects. The CU Aerospace Nanoscale Transport Modeling (CUantam) Laboratory is active in employing first principles methods to predict electronic transport properties and electron-phonon interaction phenomena of complex heterostructures. Additionally, the group is focused on developing physics-informed machine learning methods to predict thermal and electronic properties of complex device-enabling systems of sizes beyond the scope of first principles methods.
Theoretical and Computational Materials Science, Machine Learning Methods for Materials Science, Quantum Systems, Nanoscale Heat Transport, Electronic Transport, Electron-Phonon Coupling, Neuromorphic Computing, Nano- and microelectronics, Quantum Materials, Classical and Ab initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations, Dissipative and Nonlinear Dynamics, Metamaterials, Effect of Defects on Transport, Solid-Solid Interfaces, Solid-Fluid Interfaces
ASEN 4018 - Senior Projects 1: Design Synthesis
Fall 2019 / Fall 2020
Focuses on the synthesis of technical knowledge, project management, design process, leadership, and communications within a team environment. Students progress through the design process beginning with requirements development, then preliminary design and culminating with critical design. Offered fall only.
ASEN 4028 - Senior Projects 2: Design Practicum
Spring 2020 / Spring 2021
Focuses on the fabrication, integration, verification and validation of designs produced in ASEN 4018. Students work within the same teams from ASEN 4018. Offered spring only.
ASEN 5022 - Dynamics of Aerospace Structures
Spring 2018 / Spring 2020
Applies concepts covered in undergraduate dynamics, structures and mathematics to the dynamics of aerospace structural components, including methods of dynamic analysis, vibrational characteristics, vibration measurements and dynamic stability. Recommended prerequisite: ASEN 5012 or ASEN 5227 or MATH 2130 or APPM 3310 or equivalent or instructor consent required.
ASEN 6519 - Special Topics
Spring 2019 / Spring 2021
Reflects upon specialized aspects of aerospace engineering sciences. Course content is indicated in the online Schedule Planner. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours. Recommended prerequisite: varies.