Chandrasekhar Ramanathan

Academic Appointments

Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Adjunct Associate Professor of Chemistry

Professor Ramanathan is an experimental physicist working at the interface of quantum information processing and condensed matter physics. He has a B. Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an S.M. in Technology and Policy and an Sc.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Following postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School, Nottingham University and MIT, he spent a number of years at MIT as a Research Scientist. He joined Dartmouth College in August 2010.

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Department(s): 
Physics and Astronomy
Education: 
B.Tech. Indian Institute of Technology
M.S. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sc.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Selected Publications

Floquet prethermalization in dipolar spin chains
P. Peng, C. Yin, X. Huang, C. Ramanathan, P. Cappellaro
Nature Physics, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41567-020-01120-z
arXiv.org:quant-ph/1912.05799.

Emergent prethermalization signatures in out-of-time ordered correlations
K. X. Wei, P. Peng, O. Shtanko, I. Marvian, S. L. Lloyd, C. Ramanathan and P. Cappellaro
Physical Review Letters, 123, 090605, 2019.
www.arXiv.org:quant-ph/1812.04776.

Enhanced dynamic nuclear polarization via swept microwave frequency combs
A. Ajoy, R. Nazaryan, K. Liu, X. Lv, B. Safvati, G. Wang, E. Druga, J. A. Reimer, D. Suter, C. Ramanathan, C. A. Meriles, A. Pines
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA)115, 10576-10581, 2018.  
www.arXiv.org: app-ph/1806.08746.

Exploring Localization in Nuclear Spin Chains
K. X. Wei, C. Ramanathan and P. Cappallaro
Physical Review Letters, 120, 070501, 2018
arXiv.org: cond-mat.dis-nn/1612.05249

Optical Dependence of Electrically Detected Magnetic Resonance in Lightly Doped Si:P Devices
L. Zhu, K. J. van Schooten, M. L. Guy and C. Ramanathan
Physical Review Applied, 7, Article 064028, 2017.  
www.arXiv.org:cond-mat.mtrl-sci/1608.04441

Chemisorption of water on the surface of silicon microparticles measured by DNP-enhanced NMR,
M. L. Guy, K. J. van Schooten, L. Zhu and C. Ramanathan
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121, 2748–2754, 2017. 
www.arXiv.org:cond-mat.mtrl-sci/1610.06544

Superadiabatic control of quantum operations
J. Vandermause and C. Ramanathan
Physical Review A, 93, Article 052329, 2016. 
www.arXiv.org:quant-ph/1512.04642.