Rishabh is a PhD candidate in the department of Mechanical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As a research assistant at MIT's Plasma Science & Fusion Center, Rishabh works on high-energy-density pulsed-power driven plasmas. His areas of focus are magnetized shocks and radiatively-cooled magnetic reconnection.
Datta, Rishabh, et al. "The structure of 3-D collisional magnetized bow shocks in pulsed-power-driven plasma flows." Journal of Plasma Physics 88.6 (2022): 905880604.
Datta, R., et al. "Time-resolved velocity and ion sound speed measurements from simultaneous bow shock imaging and inductive probe measurements." Review of Scientific Instruments 93.10 (2022): 103530.
Bush, H. Evan, Rishabh Datta, and Peter G. Loutzenhiser. "Aluminum-doped strontium ferrites for a two-step solar thermochemical air separation cycle: Thermodynamic characterization and cycle analysis." Solar Energy 188 (2019): 775-786.