Invited Speaker – Professor, Sreetosh Goswami


IISc, Bengaluru

  • Ph.D. from NUS Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Institute (NUSNNI), National University of Singapore (2014-2018).
  • B.E. in Electrical Engineering from Bengal Engineering and Science University (BESU), Shibpur (2008-2012).


  • Research Fellow at the Department of Physics, National University of Singapore (2019-2021)

Research Interests:

  1. Design of brain inspired computing devices
  2. Electronic and ionic non-linear dynamics in molecular memristors
  3. Ultralow energy electrical switching devices
  4. Nano-optoelectronics using molecular thin films
  5. Low T transport in electronic devices
  6. In-situ Raman and absorption spectroscopy
  7. Heterostructures: oxide-molecular films,  2D-molecular films
  8. Magnetism in redox active transition metal complexes
Biographical details

Sreetosh Goswami is an assistant professor at the centre for nanoscience and engineering (CeNSE) at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. Sreetosh obtained his PhD from the National University of Singapore where he continued as a postdoc before joining IISc. He has developed memristive elements based on a molecular platform showing substantial promises for brain-inspired computing that may offer a quantum leap in space and energy efficiency beyond conventional approaches. His contributions have been recognized with several national and international accolades including the graduate student awards in MRS, EMRS meetings, and Pratiksha trust young investigator award at IISc.