Narendra K. Jaggi

Professor of Physics

B.Sc. (Hons.), Ranchi University, Ph.D., University of Mumbai

A materials physicist by training, Professor Jaggi is teaching, during Fall 2018, the following courses: Quantum physics (Phys407), Physics of Nano-electronics (Phys370), and the Gateway Colloquium : Why Talk If We Disagree (GW100-14). His current research is in the following areas. (1) Quasi-particle scattering studies of highly correlated electron systems including heavy Fermion crystals (2) Magnetic and transport properties of nanostructures of metals and Topological Insulators.

He is the 2013 winner of the IWU Kemp Foundation Award for Teaching Excellence.

He is the 2003 winner of the IWU Student Senate Professor of the Year Award. 

He is the 2003 winner of the Carnegie Foundation CASE Professor of the Year for Illinois.


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Curriculum Vita