Debismita Dutta, an aspiring Material Scientist, is currently in her first year of her PhD studies at Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork, under the supervision of Dr. Lynette Keeney and Dr. Michael Nolan. Her PhD. thesis is primarily rooted in ferroelectric and multiferroic material synthesis of bismuth-based Aurivillius structures. Before joining Tyndall, she graduated with a Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from VIT (Pune, India) in 2020. In the second year of her undergraduate studies, she worked as a research assistant in the Optical Nano-materials Lab of Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Seoul, under Dr. Won K. Choi. Here, she got to work with cadmium selenide Quantum Dots and study the performance of ZnO nanoparticles as an ETL (Electron Transport Layer). During the final year of her bachelor’s degree (2019), she worked as a research intern in National Chemical Laboratory (Pune), where she trained in magnetic material synthesis and characterization of rare-earth chalcogenides and oxides. Her current research interests include ferroelectrics, magnetic materials, and data storage applications of multiferroics.