
Manu Mathur
(20090810)
The origin of numerous problems associated with the earlier attempts to construct Quantum Field Theory of Dyons, are discussed in this thesis. These problems are analyzed with the aspects of Classical and Quantum Mechanics ...

Haridass, N. D.
(20121030)
This report containing proceedings of the "Mini Workshop on Matrix Models, Random Surfaces and 2D Gravity" held during November 1990. This was first in the series of Workshops held at our Institute. The organizing ...

Rajesh Singh
(, 20180511)
Colloidal suspensions have been studied extensively in the past several decades. In the recent years a new class of colloids, called active colloids, have been synthesized. These active colloids are capable of producing ...

Abhrajit Laskar
(, 20170516)
In this thesis, we develop and apply a formalism applicable to the study of active slender bodies in the microhydrodynamic regime. Considering elasticity of the slender body, Brownian motion, activity at the fluidstructure ...

Mithun Kumar Mitra
(20091019)
The controlled polymerization and depolymerization of biological macromolecules, such as Microtubules plays an important role in the process of force generating mechanisms in living cells. There has been much activity in ...

Diganta Das
(20131203)
In this thesis using the semileptonic decay B → K* l+ l ,
it is shown how NP signal can be extracted to all orders in
α(s) in perturbation theory, including ‘nonfactorizable’
corrections at leading order in ...

Madhusudhan Raman
(, 2018)
We study the modular structures underlying N = 2 superconformal gauge theories in
four dimensions. Using constraints from a nonperturbative duality symmetry called
Sduality, we show that observables of interest may be ...

Raj Kumar Pan
(20091119)
Complex systems, whether integrated circuits, food webs, transportation networks, social systems, or the biochemical interactome of a living cell, all behave in ways that cannot be fully explained by analyzing their ...

Jampa Maruthi Pradeep Kanth
(, 20120725)

Balaji, K.R.S.
(, 20090827)
This thesis concentrates on a few aspects of massive neutrino physics. The effects of matter on neutrino oscillations is described, which are a consequence of massive neutrinos. A short description of the electromagnetic ...

Prakash, J. S.
(, 20090812)
The mathematical theory of groups has been very successful in facilitating the description of phenomena in various branches of Physics such as Crystallography, Atomic Physics, Molecular Physics, Nuclear Physics, Particle ...

Rishu Kumar Singh
(20190123)
Complex systems comprising a large number of strongly interacting components that possess nontrivial dynamics are ubiquitous in nature, examples ranging from the immune system of organisms to ecological food. In the ...

Renjan Rajan John
(, 20171211)
In this thesis, we study gauge theories with N = 2 supersymmetry in four dimensions. The low energy effective action of these theories on their Coulomb branch is described by a holomorphic function called the prepotential. ...

Jebathilagar Solomon Ivan
(, 20110825)
Nonclassicality and entanglement are two important features exhibited by continuous variable quantum states. This thesis is centered on the connection between nonclassicality and entanglement in the context of continuous ...

Mary Elizabeth, Selvadoray
(, 20090817)
The nonclassical oscillations in photon number distribution exhibits collapses and revivals similar to those exhibited in the JaynesCumming's model. These oscillations are considered as a qualitative signature of ...

Sridhar, S.
(20111014)
Excitable media is a generic term for a wide range of physical, chemical
and biological systems that exhibit spontaneous formation of spatial patterns.
Examples of such patterns include spiral waves in a twodimensional ...

Krishnamurty, Kotra V.
(20091215)
The purpose of this report is to brief survey the various electron transfer systems in the periodic table and to comment on the current status of the theoretical development of the subject. The two fundamental transfer ...

Nalini, B. Menon
(20090804)
This thesis deals with polynomial algebras and applications to relativistic wave equations. It consists of three parts, Part I deals with polynomial algebras and some applications to the higher spin theories of relativistic ...

Arya, S.
(, 20170830)
The twoparticle selfconsistent approximation (TPSC) is a nonperturbative semianalytical method used to study the singleband Hubbard model from weak to intermediate coupling. This method satisfies many physical constraints ...

Alok Laddha
(20090930)
This thesis shows how two dimensional parametrized field theories constitute perfect toy models for Loop Quantum Gravity. Two dimensional massless scalar field theories on a Minkowskian plane and show how various aspects ...