Tanmay Dutta is a researcher by profession, engineer by training, and curious by nature. He is passionate about finding innovative technology to create impactful sustainable solutions for future information storage. Currently, Tanmay is a Marie Curie postdoctoral research fellow at EMPA in Switzerland, working on making ultra-small, stable and fast skyrmionic memory for future data storage solutions. He completed his PhD from the National University of Singapore, solving pertinent problems in BPM and HAMR technologies for hard disk drives (HDDs), pushing the data density beyond 5Tb/in2.
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