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  • High Energy Physics

      Rudranil Basu 
     
     
    High Energy Physics (Theory)  
     
     
    I am a Theoretical Physicist. I work in Quantum Field Theory, String Theory and Quantum theory of gravity
     
    Selected publication:
     
     
     
     Prasanta Kumar Das
     
     
    High Energy Physics (Phenomenology), Astrophysics & Cosmology
     
    I am a Theoretical High Energy Physicists. I work in area of High Energy Physics(Phenomenology), Astrophysics & Cosmology.  In particular, I look for the signatures for New Physics (Extra Dimension, space-time noncommutativity etc)  at high energy colliders. I also work in dark matter and dark energy physics, in particular, the role of dark matter in astrophysics and looking for it at high energy colliders. Recently, I am working in project problem of black hole merger, gravitational wave production and its detection.   
     
    Selected publication:
    1) Inferring the covariant Θ-exact noncommutative coupling in the top quark pair production at linear colliders, Selvaganapathy J,Partha Konar and Prasanta Kumar Das, Journal Ref.: Journal of High Energy Physics(JHEP) 06, 108 (2019).  
     
    2) Model-independent Astrophysical Constraints on Leptophilic Dark Matter in the Framework of Tsallis Statistics,  Atanu Guha, Bhupal Dev and Prasanta Kumar Das, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP) 02 (2019) 032.
     
    3) Constraints on Light Dark Matter fermions from relic density consideration and Tsallis statistics, Atanu Guha  and   Prasanta Kumar Das, Journal of High Energy Physics 06 (2018) 139.
     
     Raghunath Ratabole
     
     

    High Energy Physics (Theory)  

     
     
    I work in the area of theoretical High Energy Physics. Understanding bound states within the framework of Quantum Chromodynamics is ofparticular interest to me. Towards this, my work focussed on combining lattice gauge theory formulation within the light front framework to build a model for understanding mesonic structure within QCD. The major part of my work can be found here: https://arxiv.org/abs/hep-lat/0508020
     
    Selected publication:
     

     Sunilkumar Vattezhath
     
     
     
     
    High Energy Physics (Theory)  and Mathematical Physics
     
     
     
    My research work during PhD period was on polynomially deformed Lie algebras and their representations. It is found that those algebras contains both finite and infinite dimensional representations.We have obtained a way of generating these algebras from the usual Lie algebras by a generalization of the Jordan Schwinger formulation of Sl(2) algebra.This helps to classify a special class of deformed algebras and withdifferent(not all) representations.I have also worked in topological defects formations in the context of baryon formatioy a special class
    of deformed algebras and with different(not all) representations.I have also worked in topological defects formations in the context ofbaryon formation in heavy ion collisions and the non-commutative space field theories. Currently I am working on Renormalizable Quantum
    Field Theories in Lifshitz type space times.
     
    Selected publication:
     
    Chandradew Sharma
     
     

    High Energy Physics (Phenomenology)  and Econophysics

     
    My areas of research fall  under High Energy physics and application of Quantum Field Theory to understand  financial data. Poblems in High energy physics that I work on are related to - B meson decays, CP violation, New Physics beyond the Standard model and Dark Matter. Also I work in problems in Econophysics that interest me are related to - Quantum finance, stock  market, quantum model, crashes of stock markets.
     
     
     
     
    Selected publication:
     
      
    PhD students
     
    Akhila Mohan
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My broad area of research is Theoretical High Energy Physics. I am working in Lifshitz type Quantum Field Theories . Currently studying the Lifshitz-type theories in supersymmetric scenario. 
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. V Sunil Kumar

     
    Atanu Guha
    Ph.D. scholar

    My broad area of research is Theoretical High Energy Physics. I work in the area of
    Dark Matter Phenomenology: collider and astrophysical searches of dark matter
    and model building.  
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das 

     
     

    Saumyen Kundu 
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My broad area of research is Theoretical High Energy Physics. I am working on several phenomenological aspects of Supersymmetry and Extra dimension(s). .  
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das 

     
     
     

     
     
    Payel Sarkar  
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My broad area of research is  Cosmology and Astrophysics. I am working on the impact of nonlinear
    electrodynamics in cosmology in particular in inInflation and CMBR perturbation theory.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das 

     
     
    MANISH KUMAR SHARMA
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My broad area of research is Theoretical High Energy Physics. I am working on 21cm cosmology and dark matter physics.   
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das 

     
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    MRINM0Y BASAK
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My broad area of research is Theoretical High Energy Physics. I am working in QCD and its related aspects.    
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Raghunath Ratabole

     
     
     
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    BHAGYA KRISHNAN
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My broad area of research is Theoretical High Energy Physics. I work in String  Theory.    
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Rudranil Basu

     
      


  • Condensed Matter

    Ram Shanker Patel

     
     
    Spintronics
     
    Our group is working on electronic charge and spin transport studies in magnetic tunnel junctions, metal-semiconductor hetero-structures. We are investigating various newly discovered 2d materials, transition metal dichalcogenides for nanoelectronics and spintronics applications.
     
    Selected Publications
    1. Electrical creation of spin polarization in silicon at room temperature, Saroj P. Dash, Sandeep Sharma, Ram S. Patel, Michel P. de Jong, and Ron Jansen, Nature 462, 491 (2009)
    2. Tunnel magnetoresistance with atomically thin two-dimensional hexagonal boron nitride barriers, Andre Dankert, M. Venkata Kamalakar, Abdul Wajid, R.S.Patel, and Saroj P. Dash, Nanoresearch (Springer), 8, 1357 (2015)
    Teny Theresa John
     
     
    Dilute Magnetic Semiconductors
     
    Research work(in brief): We are working on broadly two areas: One is transition metal doped wide band gap oxide semiconductors (diluted magnetic semiconductors, DMS) and their applications and the other is semiconducting thin films for photovoltaic applications.  We synthesize magnetic semiconducting nanoparticles using a simple chemical precipitation technique. The thin films are deposited by DC sputtering and thermal evaporation. The properties in both cases are investigated by various techniques like XRD,UV - Visible absorption, conductivity measurements, XPS, Raman,  Photoluminescence, ESR, EXAFS, VSM, SQUID measurements etc. The possible applications of these samples are also explored.
     
    Selected Publications
     
    1. On the visible luminescence in ZnO nanoparticles, Chithira P R and TenyTheresa John, J. Lumin. 185 (2017) 212-218

    2. Defect and dopant induced room temperature ferromagnetism in Ni doped ZnO nanoparticles, Chithira P R and Teny Theresa John,     Journal of Alloys and Compounds 766 (2018) 572 – 58

    3. Correlation among oxygen vacancy and doping concentration in controlling the properties of cobalt doped ZnO nanoparticles, Chithira P R and Teny Theresa John, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 496 (2020) 165928

     
     E.S. Kannan
     
     
    Nano-materials
     
    Currently our group is working on synthesis and characterization of metal oxide and transition metal dichalcogendies (TMDC) nanostructures. We synthesize metal oxide nanorods using template assisted electrodeposition and hydrothermal technique. The as synthesized nanorods are then investigated for their transport and gas sensing properties. In the case of TMDCs, we mechanically exfoliate materials such as MoS2, MoSe2, WS2 and WSe2 onto glass, ITO and Silicon substrate and study their field effect, photovoltaic and transport properties.
     
    Selected publications

    1. Anomalous conductance induced by hydrogen in ZnO and catalyzed ZnO nanoflowers, R. Anu Roshini, K. Nagpal and E. S. Kannan,  Euro. Phys. Lett. 127 57005 (2019).

    2. Physical effects of passivation and creation of sulphur vacancy in MoS2 nanoparticles, R. Anu Roshini and E. S. Kannan,  Mater. Res. Express 6 115045 (2019)
     
     
     Toby Joseph
     
     
    Statistical mechanics, Interdisciplinary Physics and Physics Pedagogy
     
    One of my current interests is in computational neuroscience where I am trying to understand auditory neuron tuning curves using simple integrate and fire models. I am also studying the depinning phenomenon, particularly the depinning of the 2D partially pinned solid (formed in the presence of a square substrate) and the associated phenomenon of peak effect. I am also interested in physics pedagogy. Some of my recent works involves mechanics of a particle on a rotating table in the presence of friction and an alternative geometric proof for the Euler's rotation theorem.
     
    Swastibrata Bhattacharyya
    Condensed Matter Physics (Theory)
     
    I work in the area of theoretical and computational condensed matter physics which involves research in the interdisciplinary field of materials science, physics and chemistry. The goal of my research group is to design and search new materials for various applications such as energy storage, electrode for metal-ion batteries and straintronics; studying the origin of various physical phenomenon in materials; modification of materials properties; evolution of microstructures; defects, interfaces and doping of bulk and nano materials. We use first principles based density functional theory (DFT) for our research. Various well established codes are available for this purpose. Our expertise also extends to beyond DFT methodologies for band gap correction, phonon dispersion and transport properties. Code development is another research area of my interest, being one of the members to develop a new theoretical method (first principles based phase field method) to simulate evolution of microstructures in an alloy without any thermodynamic parameter. The research group is equipped with a high performance computing cluster and scientific packages for DFT calculation.
     
    Selected publications

    1. Swastibrata Bhattacharyya, Ryoji Sahara, Kaoru Ohno, "A first-principles phase field method for quantitatively predicting multi-composition phase separation without thermodynamic empirical parameter", Nature Communications, 10, 3451, page 1-10 (2019), Nature Publishing Group.

    2. Swastibrata Bhattacharyya and Abhishek K. Singh, “Lifshitz transition and modulation of electronic and transport properties of bilayer graphene by sliding and applied normal compressive strain”, Carbon, 99, 432 (2016), Elsevier.

    3. Avinash P. Nayak*, Swastibrata Bhattacharyya*, Jie Zhu, Jin Liu, Xiang Wu, Tribhuwan Pandey, Abhishek K. Singh, Deji Akinwande and Jung-Fu Lin, “Pressure-induced semiconducting to metallic transition in multilayered molybdenum disulfide”, Nature Communications, 5, 3731 (2014), Nature Publishing Group (* Equal contribution)
     
     Indrani Chakraborty
     
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    Condensed Matter Physics (Theory)
      
     My current area of research is experimental soft matter physics and programmable self-assembly. I am interested in making flexible micro-objects using colloidal particles as building blocks, and stitching them together with a host of specific, programmable interactions ranging from DNA nanotechnology to magnetic interactions to chemical interactions between patchy particles. I am also interested in understanding the physics of anomalous diffusion in crowded systems that mimic biological environments. Here we use colloidal particles as probes. Additionally, I am interested in understanding and measuring the weak biological interactions (protein-protein, peptide-peptide) that are behind several vital processes in our bodies. Finally, we aim to self-assemble biomimetic nanomaterials for a wide range of applications such as developing superhydrophobic materials and efficient electron and X-ray emitters. Our area of work is interdisciplinary, encompassing expertise across the fields of physics, chemistry and biology.
     
     Selected publications
     
    1. Disorder-induced Fickian, yet non-Gaussian diffusion in heterogeneous media”, I. Chakraborty and Y. Roichman, Physical Review Research 2, 022020 (R) (2020).
     
    2. ­Nanoparticle mobility over a surface as a probe for weak transient disordered peptide-peptide interactions­I. Chakraborty, G. Rahamim, R. Avinery, R. Back and Y. RoichmanNano Letters 19, 6524 (2019).
     
    3. Colloidal joints with Designed motion range and tunable joint flexibilityI. Chakraborty, C. van der Wel, V. Meester and D. J. Kraft,
    Nanoscale 9, 7814 (2017).
     
    4.  Clustered copper nanorod arrays: A new class of adhesive hydrophobic materialsI. Chakraborty, N. Singh, S. Gohil, S. Ghosh and P. Ayyub, Soft Matter 9, 11513 (2013).  
     
    5.   “Field emission from hydrogen titanate nanotubes”I. Chakraborty, S. Chatterjee and P. Ayyub, Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 143106 (2011).
     
    6. Highly enhanced hard X-ray emission from oriented metal nanorod arrays excited by intense femtosecond laser pulses”, S. Mondal, I. Chakraborty, S. Ahmad, D. Carvalho, P. Singh, A. D. Lad, V. Narayanan, P. Ayyub and G. R. Kumar, Physical Review B 83, 035408 (2011). 
     
      
     PhD students 
     
      

     
    Chithira P R
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    I am working in experimental condensed matter physics. Our broad area of research includes studies on wide bandgap oxide based Diluted Magnetic Semiconductors (DMS) mainly transition metals doped ZnO, TiO2 and SnO2 nanoparticles for optoelectronics and spintronics applications.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Teny Theresa John
     
     
     
    Sharvari Kulkarni
    Ph.D. scholar
     

    I am working in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (Spintronics)
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Ram Shankar Patel  

     
     
    Anu Roshini R
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    I am working in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr.  E S Kannan 
     
     
     
     
     
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    Malavika C
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    I am working in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr.  E S Kannan 
     

     
     
    KIRAN V
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    I am working in Condensed Matter Physics (Theory). I am interested in Non-equilibrium fluctuation theorems and its applications.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr.  Toby Joseph   
     
    Sumit Kumar
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    I am working in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Teny Theresa John 
      

     
     
     

  • Optics, Atomic and molecular physics

     


    P. Nandakumar
                                                                     
     
    Nonlinear Optics
     
    The group has interest in different aspects of Quantum Optics, laser spectroscopy and microscopy, nonlinear optics, and its applications in various fields. Currently we are putting our efforts on developing different optical microscopic techniques suitable for biomolecular imaging. These include confocal fluorescence microscopy, multi-photon microscopy and phtotothermal microscopy using metallic nanoparticles as bimolecular label. Recently we developed a two-photon excitation based photothermal microscope which is capable of detecting single BaTiO3 nanoparticle labels with high sensitivity. We use the confocal and multiphoton microscopes to study biomolecular transport so as to understand the mechanism of transport through nuclear membranes. We hope to use the photothermal microscope for live tracking of biomolecules in a cell nucleus.
     
    Selected Publications
    1. Passive permeability and effective pore size of HeLa cell nuclear membranes. Arunkarthick Samudram, Bijeesh M.Mangalassery, Meenal Kowshik, Nandakumar Patincharath, Geetha K. Varier  (2016), Cell Biol Int, 40, 991–998.

    1. Design and construction of a confocal laser scanning microscope for biomolecular imaging. S. Arunkarthick, M. M. Bijeesh, Anand Satya Vetcha, Nishith Rastogi, P. Nandakumar and Geetha K. Varier (2014) Current Science, 107, 1965-1969.

    1. Vibrational imaging based on stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy, P. Nandakumar, A. Kovalev and A. Volkmer (2009), New Journal of Physics, 11, 033026-03332.

     
      
     

    Prasad Anant Naik

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     Optics, Laser(Experiment)
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
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     Shakhi P K
    Shakhi P K 
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My research interest lies in the development of different types of optical microscopic techniques to study the mechanism of biomolecular transport through cell nuclear membrane. Currently we are looking at thekinetics of active and passive nuclear transport mechanism which can have a potential impact in gene therapy experiments. 

    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. P Nandakumar

     
     



     


      

  • Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics

    Kinjal Banerjee 
     

     
     
    Classical and Quantum Gravity and Cosmology
     
    I am particularly interested in a candidate quantum gravity theory known as Loop Quantum Gravity. I am interested in the application of the Loop Quantization techniques to simple cosmological models.
     
    I am also interested in quantum field theory in curved spacetimes especially in the context of Black Hole spacetimes.
     
    Recently I have also been looking at modelling of real world systems using statistical techniques and  networks.
     
    Selected Publications
    1.  Jian Yang, Kinjal Banerjee, Yongge Ma Connection dynamics of a gauge theory of gravity coupled with matter, Class. Quantum Grav. 30 205015 (2013),
    2. Kinjal Banerjee and Ghanashyam Date,  Loop Quantization of the Polarized Gowdy Model on T3 : Kinematical States and Constraint Operators Class. Quant. Grav. 25, 145004 (2008) arXiv:0712.0687 [gr-qc]
    3.  Kinjal Banerjee, Gianluca Calcagni, Mercedes Martin-Benito, Introduction to loop quantum cosmology, Invited review for SIGMA Special Issue “Loop Quantum Gravity and Cosmology”; SIGMA 8, 016 (2012) , arXiv:1109.6801 [gr-qc]
     
     
     
    Tarun Kumar Jha
     

     
     
    Nuclear Astrophysics
     
    Broadly, I work in the field of Nuclear Astrophysics, particularly I am interested in the Equation of State of dense matter or densities relevant to the Neutron stars.
     
    I am involved in the following areas of research
    • Neutron Stars: Equation of State, Constitution and Structure, Rotation & Dynamics, Gravitational waves.
    • Nuclear Matter: Symmetry energy Aspects, Dense matter correlations, Nuclear iso-spin studies.
    • Relativistic Mean-Field Theory: Matter Interactions at high densities, Quark Matter, Finite nuclei & Infinite nuclear matter.

    Selected Publications

    1.  Tsallis Statistics and the role of a stabilized radion in hte supernovae SN 1987A Cooling by Prasanta Kumar Das, J Selvaganapathy, Chandradew Sharma, V Sunil Kumar and T. K. Jha. Int. J. of Mod. Phys. A 28 (2013) 1350152.
    2. Attributes of a rotating Neutron star with a Hyperon core by T. K. Jha, H. Mishra and V. Sreekanth. Physical Review C 77, 045801 (2008).
    3. Bulk viscosity in hyperonic star and r-mode instability by T. K. Jha, H. Mishra and V. Sreekanth. Physical Review C 82, 025803 (2010).
    http://universe.bits-pilani.ac.in/goa/tkjha/profile
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    Prasanta Kumar Das
     
    Astrophysics & Cosmology
     
    I am particularly interested in dark matter and dark energy physics: to investigate the role of dark matter in astrophysics e.g. SN1987A colling, relic density. Recently, I am working in project problem of black hole merger, gravitational wave production and its detection.   
     
    Selected publication:
    1) Model-independent Astrophysical Constraints on Leptophilic Dark Matter in the Framework of Tsallis Statistics,  Atanu Guha, Bhupal Dev and Prasanta Kumar Das, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP) 02 (2019) 032.
     
    2) Constraints on Light Dark Matter fermions from relic density consideration and Tsallis statistics, Atanu Guha  and   Prasanta Kumar Das, Journal of High Energy Physics 06 (2018) 139.
     
      
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    Tuhin Malik
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    The broad domain of my research area is
    ‘Nuclear Astrophysics, particularly in  modelling nuclear
    cold equation cold equation of state for dense matter
    relevant to Neutron stars in the framework of
    relativistic mean field models.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Tarun Kumar Jha
     
     
     
    I work in Classical and Quantum Gravity, Cosmology- Studies in Cosmological Perturbation Theory
     
    Aditya Sharma
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    I work in Classical and Quantum Gravity, Cosmology- Studies in Cosmological Perturbation Theory
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Kinjal Banerjee
     
     
     
    Naresh Kumar Patra
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    Research interest: Equation of State of Cold Dense Matter and Neutron Star at Finite Temperature
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Tarun Kumar Jha
     
    PRASHANT THAKUR
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    Research interest: I work in Nuclear Astrophysics. Interest in the study of Compact Objects
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Tarun Kumar Jha
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Manish Kumar Sharma
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    Research interest: My broad area of research is Theoretical High
    Energy Physics. I am working on 21cm cosmology and dark matter physics.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Prasanta Kumar Das
     

  • Nuclear physics

     Prof. A. V. Kulkarni
     
     
    My research interests
    • Nuclear Physics :- Few body systems, Intermediate energies, pi-Nuclear Physics, Multiple Scattering Calculations, Optical potentials, Hadron Physics.
    • Theoretical Physics : - Foundations of Quantum Mechanics, General Relativity, Quantum Field Theory, Non Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics.
    • Numerical E & M :- Developing finite element techniques to solve Laplace-Poisson equation for tip-sample configuration found in Scanning Tunneling and Atomic Force Microscopes.
    • Physics Teaching :- Am interested in interacting with school & college teachers to devise ways of improving physics teaching and generating and sustaining student interest in Physics.
     
     
     
    Dr. P. N. Deepak
     
     
     
    My interests are primarily in the area of theoretical nuclear physics. I have specifically worked on spin-dependence of nuclear reactions, which are also of experimental interest. We employ invariance (symmetry) arguments to elucidate the spin-structure of the reaction matrix elements. Our formalism, which is model-independent, not only leads to exact expressions for the spin-structure of the transition matrix elements, but also to expressions for the partial-wave amplitudes, relevant for all energies of interest.  These expressions are of immense relevance for the experimentalists and also to theoretical physicists who want to validate their model-calculations.  Recently, I have joined the international collaboration, "PANDA" (antiProton ANnhilations at DArmstadt). PANDA is one of the major experiments at the future FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) facility at GSI, Darmstadt, Germany.  PANDA has a wide range of physics programmes, involving antiproton-proton and antiproton-nucleus collisions.  A study of these collision processes are expected to extend our knowledge on hadron structure, quark-gluon dynamics and nuclear physics.
     
    Selected publications
    1.  Experimental access to Transition Distribution Amplitudes with the P¯ANDA experiment at FAIR, European Physical Journal A51, no.8, 107,  (2015)
    2. Singlet and triplet differential cross sections for pp->pppi^0,
      Deepak and G. Ramachandran, Physical Review C, 65, 027601 (2002)
    3. Partial wave analysis of pp-> pppi^ 0 data, P. N. Deepak, J. Haidenbauer and C. Hanhart, Physical Review C, 72, 024004 (2005)
    http://universe.bits-pilani.ac.in/goa/deepakpn/profile
     
      
     PhD students
     
      
      

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    Malati Desai 
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    Supervisor: Prof. A V Kulkarni  
     

    Ashmita Ashmita
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    Supervisor: Dr. P N Deepak
     

     

  • Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

     
        Radhika Vathsan
     
     
     
     
     Quantum Computation
     
    I work on the foundational aspects of quantum mechanics such as entanglement and measurement, especially with regard to its bearing on new applications to information science.
     
    Selected publications
    1. Aspects of complementarity and uncertainty, Radhika Vathsan and T Qureshi,(2016) Int. J. Quantum Inform. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/S0219749916400311
    2. Weak value amplification in resonance fluorescence. Sainadh, U. S., Sandhya,S. N., Vathsan, R., and Narayanan, A. (2015) Current Science (00113891),109(11).
    3. Vathsan, Radhika. Introduction to quantum physics and information processing. CRC Press, 2015.
    4. Einsteins Recoiling Slit Experiment, Complementarity and Uncertainty,Tabish Qureshi and Radhika Vathsan, arxiv:1210:4248v1, Quanta, Vol2, Issue 1,April 2013
      
     Ph.D. student
     
      
     
    Sourav Kesharee Sahoo
    PhD scholar
     
    My researc interest is Quantum Information Theory- Geometric measures of
    Quantum Entanglement, Geometry of Quantum states
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Radhika Vathsan
    Phone: 0832-2580-151(O)
     

  • Nonlinear Dynamics

     
    Gaurav Dar
     
     
     
    Interested in nonlinear dynamical systems. Specifically, interested in exploring the dynamics of the brain. Within these his approach is to explore dynamics of single neurons and those of networks of neurons. He is interested in exploring the collective dynamics of such a network.
     
     
     Ph.D. student
     
      
     

    Abhay
    Ph.D. scholar
     
    My research interest: Collective behaviour of coupled Non-linear Oscillators.
     
    Ph.D. supervisor: Dr. Gaurav Dar
     
     

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