
Ramadevi, P.
(, 20090813)
Topological quantum field theories provide a powerful tool in physics, for the study of geometry and topology of low dimensions. Cohomological or Wittentype field theories in four dimensions gives Donaldson invariants ...

Date, G; Bala R. Iyer, Eds.,
(20120711)
Prof. Naresh Dadhich suggested the idea that the XVIII conference of the IAGRG
may be hosted by the Institute of Mathematical Sciences. There was a perception that while classical general relativity, gravitation, ...

Chandrasekaran, P. S.
(20090804)
This thesis work essentially relates to the study of the EigenVector and EigenValue structure of the matrices of the generalised clifford algebra and their possible interpretation in elementary particle physics. Sigma  ...

Thunga SatyaPal
(20091218)

Gadiyar, G. H.
(20090810)
The analysis carried out in this thesis is based on the Hamiltonian approach to the Lattice Gauge theory. On defining a Hamiltonian for the gauge degrees of freedom, one deals with a quantum mechanics with a welldefined ...

Kinjal Banerjee
(, 20091007)
As per this study a possible comparison between String Theory and Loop Quantum Gravity is conceivable only at perturbative level in the large volume(in Planck units) limit. The simplest context of homogeneous isotropic ...

Sinha, Subhasis
(, 20090826)
This thesis is devoted to the study of ground state and collective properties of a class of mesoscopic systems  quantum confined systems. In quantum confined systems the particles (bosons and fermions) are artificially ...

Ravi Kunjwal
(, 20160819)
The KochenSpecker (KS) theorem is a fundamental result in the foundations of quantum theory showing that it is impossible to accommodate the predictions of quantum theory within a framework in which outcomes of measurements ...

Sandeep K Goyal
(20120705)
The study of entanglement has gained prominence in recent years due to the advent
of fields such as Quantum Optics and Quantum Information Theory — advances that have harnessed such counterintuitive quantum phenomena ...

Sabapathy, KrishnaKumar
(20090924)
This study is a review of Cosmological perturbation theory. The theory aims to model the physical universe by perturbing about a background FriedmannRobertsonWalker cosmological model. Two approaches are highlighted, ...

Ezhuthachan, Bobby Vinod Kr.
(, 20090914)
In this thesis the author had tried to identify the objects that correspond, at large volume to the fractional 2branes in C^n / ZN orbifolds. The fractional twobranes have a fractional first Chern class and also have ...

Parthasarathy, R.
(20120608)
This Report consists of the lectures given at the Institute during November 1977, to March 1978, on the applications of density matrix methods to muon capture processes. The reason for the choice of muon capture process ...

Majumdar, Pushan
(20090825)
Duality transformation typically maps the strongly coupled region of one theory to the weakly coupled one of another, making it possible for one to investigate the strongly coupled region of a theory by a perturbative ...

Das, Jayajit
(20090825)
This thesis is a study of the interplay between inertia, dissipation and driving on the dynamics of manybody systems in ddimensions. The simplest example of a manybody spin system possessing inertial dynamics is the ...

Tuhin Subhra Mukherjee
(20171011)
Many beyond the standard model (BSM) extensions such as littleHiggs models, certain extra dimensional models, composite Higgs models, contain additional neutral scalars other than the standard model Higgs boson. These ...

Vallan Bruno Cruz, A.
(, 20110824)
Though the traditional views of electron transport theories in electrochemical environment is to consider a transfer between two reservoirs or between DBA complexes wherein the donor and acceptor states are in discrete ...

Dipanjan Mandal
(, )
Entropy driven phase transitions are often observed in nature e.g., freezing transition in hard sphere, disorderednematic transition in suspension of tobacco mosaic virus, etc. Hard core lattice gas models are minimal ...

Murthy, M.V.N.; Shankar, R.
(20130128)
Quantum statistics provides a way of understanding the statistical mechanics of particles whose dynamical evolution is inherently governed by quantum mechanics. The statistics of all observed particles are covered by the ...

Shubashree, D.
(20090818)
Low lattice dimensionality and frustration are producing interesting effects in quantum antiferromagnets. The aspect of frustrated Heisenberg antiferromagnets has been the motivating factor of much work done in this field. ...

Cheluvaraja, Srinath
(20090813)
This thesis makes a systematic study of the SO(3) Lattice Gauge Theory at finite temperature. The study of the SO(3) Lattice Gauge Theory is important in understanding the implications of lattice gauge theories for the ...