
Indumathi, D; Murthy, M.V.N; Parthasarathy, R
(20090820)
When the organising committee of the Rajaji Symposium decided to hold
a oneday Symposium in his honour, the response from the community of
theoretical physicists was not only spontaneous but also overwhelming. Many
of ...

Rusa Mandal
(, 20180327)
The thesis predominantly deals with the rare decay B>K*ll where the full angular analysis of the final state gives rise to a multitude of observables. We show the most general parametric form of the amplitude in the ...

Venkatesan, K.
(20100521)
This is a collection of the reports on recent experimental data issued monthly during the year 1963, commencing from the month of April. The data cover strong electromagnetic and weak interactions. The section on many ...

Venkatesan, K.
(20100816)
The monthly Reports on Recent Experimental Data issued monthly during the year 1966, is collected in the present Report. The year saw the rise and fall of the Hypothesis of CNoninvariance in electromagnetic interactions. ...

Unknown author (20100105)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The Sponsors of the Institute are extremely grateful to Professor L.I. Schiff, Chairman, Department of Physics, Stanford University, California, USA, and visiting professor at the Institute of Mathematical ...

Soumyadeep Bhattacharya
(, 20170516)
Phase transitions accompanied by spontaneous breaking of continuous symmetries have
been studied extensively in condensed matter and high energy physics. In this thesis we
investigate the spontaneous breaking of discrete ...

Arjun Bagchi
(, 20091005)
The general theory of Relativity and the scalarTensor theory are studied in general D dimensions stressing on Cosmology and the static spherically Schwarzchild solution. General Relativity is dealt with in Brief. Different ...


Vaidya, P.C.
(20100816)
This report is based on the series of 10 lectures given by the visiting scientist Pr.P.C. Vaidya, for which the Notes prepared by A.R. Prasanna. Gravitational phenomenon by means of Newton's law of Universal Gravitation ...


Krishna Kumar Sabapathy
(, 20140314)
This thesis explores ways in which quantum channels and correlations (of both classical
and quantum types) manifest themselves, and also studies the interplay between these two
aspects in various physical settings. Quantum ...

Basudha Misra
(, 20101005)
The variation of the measured (B^0 d − ((B^0)bar) d) mixing phase β/φ1 in b → cc(bar)s and
b → sq(bar)q (where q = u, d, s) modes is regarded as a possible probe of New
Physics. It has been speculated that this discrepancy ...

Tanmay singal
(20160830)
The problem of Quantum State Discrimination (QSD) is integral to Quantum Information Theory, for e.g. it finds application in many experimental setups which requires one to distinguish among the incoming signal or in the ...

Venkata Satyanarayana, M.
(20090807)
This thesis deals with certain aspects of coherent states and Squeezed coherent states and their applications. Coherent states for harmonic oscillator, originally discovered by Schrodinger and then rediscovered by Sudharshan ...

Madivanane, S.
(20090807)
Some aspects of Matrix theory and its applications are dealt with in this thesis. "For two matrices A and B of order n x n which satisfy the characteristic equation( x^n)  1 = 0 , it has been shown that the transformation ...

Balachandran, A.P.
(20090710)
This thesis is devoted to the study of some topics in the strong and weak interactions of elementary particles with special emphasis on the application of techniques in Dispersion relations, and Symmetry Principle in the ...

Indumathi, D.
(, 20090810)
This thesis is organised into two parts. Part I deals with 'Parton Model Phenomenology', a study of polarisation asymmetries, shedding more light on spin content of the proton. A complete set of processes that yield ...

Alok Kumar
(, 20091023)
The nonperturbative aspects of QCD, the gauge theory of strong interactions are studied. The phenomenon of confinement of quarks and the dynamical chiral symmetry breaking are examined. The phenomenological linear ...

Mitra, Mithun Kumar
(, 20100517)
This thesis studies the statistical mechanics of pressurized ring polymers. These can be thought of as a simple lowdimensional models for the understanding of vesicle shapes and phase transitions, a classic problem first ...

Alladi Ramakrishnan
(20120601)
This report is based on the course of lectures given at the School of Physics,
The University of Sydney, Australia, during 1954, at the kind invitation of Professor Harry Messel.