
Prasanna Kumar Dhani
(, 20181005)
With the increasing accurate measurements of various observables at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), precise theoretical predictions are of paramount importance which will help not only to understand the Standard Model ...

Pulak Banerjee
(, 20181005)
Computation of higher order quantum chromodynamics (QCD) corrections play an important role to constrain different model parameters as well as for precise phenomenological predictions at the Large Hadron Collider. The ...


Pinaki Banerjee
(, 20180911)
This thesis deals with Brownian motion of a charged particle in holographic framework.
In the holographic context, dual field theories are usually studied in long wavelength or hydrodynamic limit which is macroscopic ...

Upayan Baul
(20170511)
In this thesis, titled Influence of the presence of solutes on the structural and dynamical
properties of lipid membranes and water, we report classical allatom molecular dynamics (MD) simulation studies of two biological ...

Muthukumar, V. N.
(, 20090811)
A theoretical study of the interlayer pair hopping mechanism of high temperature superconductivity is undertaken in this thesis. The assumptions such as " i) the low energy excitations in the normal state are spincharge ...

Rao, V.V.L.
(20100824)
This report on 'International System of Units' basically consists of four chapters. 'Rationalization of Units' is discussed in the introduction part. Chapter I deals with 'The Force: NEWTON in Electricity and magnetism'. ...

Subhadeep Roy
(, 20161014)
Fracture is basically the study of a disordered system which is way out of equilibrium. In real systems, microscopically, the fracture process is guided by the behavior of defects (like microcracks, dislocation, grain ...

Mariwalla, K. H.
(20120523)
These notes are based on lectures given by the author to the mathematics teachers of Madras University, in connection with the prescribed syllabus for M.Sc., in respect of tensors and relativity. The concepts involving ...

DibyaKrupa Sahoo
(, 20160225)
In this thesis we are concerned with violations of some fundamental symmetries
in the realm of elementary particles, namely, Bose symmetry, the combined operations of charge conjugation and parity (and timereversal), and ...

Saptarshi Mandal
(, 20120705)
This thesis studies a frustrated quantum spin 1/2 model on a hexagonal lattice [A]
which was originally proposed and analysed by A. Kitaev. This model was introduced for possible implementation in the field of topological ...

Sudhir Narayan Pathak
(20150220)

Prasanna, A. R.
(20111103)
This report consists of the materials that is presented in a course of lectures on advanced topics in the theory of gravitation,
at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Madras, during the year 1971. The prerequisites ...

Symanzik, K.
(20100623)
These lectures were given by Professor K. Symanzik, Visiting Professor from Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York University, and for which the notes were prepared by K. Venkatesan and T.K. Radha. QED(Quantum ...

Raman, K.
(20091120)
This is a series of 12 introductory lectures on Regge Poles and their role in highenergy diffraction scattering, during the academic year 19621963. Lecture I is a general introduction to the idea of complex angular ...

Ramachandran, G.
(20091223)
This series has 15 lectures on 'Angular momentum' given by G. Ramachandran.

Yamada, E.
(20100528)
This report aims to obtain nonperturbative solutions, with the 'selfconsistent' method of approximation. First an indefinite value is assumed for some physical quantity. Then this quantity is calculated using the given ...

Fujii, A.
(20100628)
These lectures were delivered by the Visiting Scientist A. Fujii, a CSIR Visitor, from Department of Physics, School of Science and Technology, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. Notes prepared by T.S. Santhanam, Matscience. ...

Sudarshan, E.C.G.
(20100111)
Lectures Given by Prof.E.C.G. Sudarshan during Summer 1962, and lecture Notes were prepared by Dr.T.K.Radha, Dr. Thunga Satyapal and Mr. K. Raman, IMSc., Chennai.

Zumino, B.
(20100617)
These lectures given by Professor B. Zumino, Chairman, Department of Physics, New York University, while visited The Institute as Visiting Professor, for which the notes were prepared by N.R. Ranganathan, K. Venkatesan and ...