Research Scholars





Navdeep Kaur
THEORETICAL HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Harleen Dahiya
AREA OF RESEARCH Understanding of the three-dimensional (3D) structure of hadrons in terms of quark and gluon degree of freedom is an interesting work in High Energy Physics. Experimentally the partonic structure of hadrons are probed by different scattering processes like Deep inelastic scattering (DIS), Semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering (SIDIS) and Deep virtual Compton scattering (DVCS). My research area is to study the internal properties of hadrons using Quark model inspired by Light-Front Dynamics. To understand the internal structure of hadrons it would be interesting to study the charge density, electromagnetic form factors, gravitational form factors, Generalized parton distribution functions, Transverse Momentum dependent parton distribution functions and Wigner distributions of hadrons. PUBLICATIONS
Generalized parton distributions of pion for non-zero skewness in AdS/QCD NAVDEEP KAUR, NARINDER KUMAR, CHANDAN MONDAL AND HARLEEN DAHIYA NUCL. PHYS. B 33, 1850118 (2018).
Transverse Momentum Distributions of Electron in Simulated QED Model 2. NAVDEEP KAUR AND HARLEEN DAHIYA FEW-BODY SYST. 59, 39 (2018).
Sarabjot Kaur
NUCLEAR AND RADIATION PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Rohit Mehra
Monica
THEORETICAL NUCLEAR PHYSICS
AREA OF RESEARCH Empirical and global study of nuclear structure in A=100-200 mass nuclei. With the advancement of experimental facilities, new data and various new nuclei are observed. A great deal of information about their structure can be obtained by employing various models. We use the Asymmetric Rotor Model (ARM), Interacting Boson Model (IBM), ab-formula, VMI model, Exponential model with pairing attenuation, Nuclear softness formula and various other models to study the systematics of nuclear properties.
PUBLICATIONS
Systematic study of the nature of gamma bands in A = 100 - 200 mass nuclei MONICA KARDAY, H. M. MITTAL AND ROHIT MEHRA MOD. PHYS. LETT. A, 33: 1850118 (2018).
Systematic study of rigid triaxiality in Ba-Pt nuclei and role of Z=64 subshell effect MONICA KARDAY, H. M. MITTAL AND ROHIT MEHRA PRAMANA- J. OF PHYS. 91: 70 (2018).
Test for the constancy of Grodzins product rule in the higher spin states of ground band MONICA KARDAY AND H. M. MITTAL EUR. PHYS. J. PLUS 134: 138(2019).
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Yogesh Kumar
EXPERIMENTAL CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS
AREA OF RESEARCH Preparation of thin films as transparent conductors; Study of optical, electronic, structural, vibrational and electrical properties of thin films; Practical applications of conducting thin films.
Jyoti
THEORETICAL PLASMA PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Arvinder Singh
AREA OF RESEARCH To study the various nonlinear processes in the field of laser plasma interactions with special focus on generation of second harmonics of the incident laser beam in plasma and optical guiding of the beam in plasma up to large distances using different intensity profiles of the wavefront of laser beam. PUBLICATIONS
Generation of second harmonics of intense Hermite–Gaussian laser beam in relativistic plasma JYOTI WADHWA AND ARVINDER SINGH LASER AND PARTICLE BEAMS (2019) DOI.ORG/10.1017/S0263034619000156.
Second harmonic generation of self-focused Hermite-Gaussian laser beam in collisional plasma JYOTI WADHWA AND ARVINDER SINGH ACCEPTED IN OPTIK (2019) DOI.ORG/DOI:10.1016/J.IJLEO.2019.01.116.
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Satvir Kaur
THEORETICAL HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Harleen Dahiya
AREA OF RESEARCH The most interesting aspect of Quantum Chromodynamics is to expose the relationship between the partons and hadrons. The parton distributions are the key to understand the relationship. Generalized parton distributions (GPDs) are universal non-perturbative objects entering the description of hard exclusive electroproduction processes. Whereas the Transverse Momentum-dependent parton Distributions (TMDs) are accessible through semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering and Drell-Yan processes. GPDs reveal the parton distribution in the direction transverse to the hadron motion providing the spatial distribution. But the explanation of the partons in momentum space is provided by TMDs. Further, the more precise and complete picture of the hadron is obtained by Wigner distributions and Generalized Transverse Momentum-dependent parton Distributions (GTMDs), also known as "mother distributions". The light-front framework having remarkable advantages was introduced to describe the constituent picture of the hadron.
PUBLICATIONS
Wigner distributions and GTMDs in a proton using light-front quark–diquark model SATVIR KAUR AND HARLEEN DAHIYA NUCL. PHYS. B 937, 272 (2018)
Study of Twist-2 GTMDs in scalar-diquark model SATVIR KAUR AND HARLEEN DAHIYA FEW BODY SYST. 59, 60 (2018)..
Study of kaon structure using the light-cone quark model SATVIR KAUR AND HARLEEN DAHIYA PHYS. REV. D 100, 074008 (2019)
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Neetu Kanda
MATERIAL SCIENCE
AREA OF RESEARCH To study about phase change material specifically Ge2Sb2Te5 in detail. The properties of these materials change on doping with different atoms. Ag atom mostly affect their optical properties. Moreover Swift heavy ion irradiation introduces defects in these materials which leads to change the characteristic properties of these materials. This change has been studied after irradiation with Ag and Si. PUBLICATIONS
High transmittance contrast in amorphous to hexagonal phase of Ge2Sb2Te5: Reversible NIR-window PALWINDER SINGH, A. P. SINGH, NEETU KANDA, MONU MISHRA, GOVIND GUPTA, AND ANUP THAKUR CITATION: APPL. PHYS. LETT. 111, 261102 (2017)
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Rajesh Kumar
THEORETICAL HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Arvind kumar
AREA OF RESEARCH To study the non-perturbative regime of QCD using effective models such as Chiral SU(3) model and QCD sum rules. More profoundly, to study the “in-medium properties of Quarkonium and open charm mesons in hot and dense hadronic matter at finite values of magnetic field”. In the application part, the in-medium mass shift and decay width of these mesons will be helpful to study the experimental observables in Compressed Baryonic Matter Experiment at Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR), GSI Helmholtz center for heavy ion research. PUBLICATIONS
J/psi and etac in asymmetric hot magnetized nuclear matter: a unified approach of Chiral SU(3) model and QCD sum rules. RAJESH KUMAR AND ARVIND KUMAR EUR. PHYS. J. C 79, 403 (2019)
Charmonia and Bottomonia in asymmetric magnetized hot nuclear matter RAJESH KUMAR AND ARVIND KUMAR CHINESE PHYSICS C, 43, 12 (2019)
Analysis of pseudoscalar and scalar D mesons and charmonium decay width in hot magnetized asymmetric nuclear matter. RAJESH KUMAR AND ARVIND KUMAR PHYS. REV. C 101, 015202 (2020)
Heavy vector and axial-vector D mesons in hot magnetized asymmetric nuclear matter RAJESH KUMAR RAHUL CHHABRA AND ARVIND KUMAR COMMUNICATED IN EPJ C
φ meson mass and decay width in strange hadronic matter RAJESH KUMAR AND ARVIND KUMAR COMMUNICATED IN PRC
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Sumit Yadav
LIQUID CRYSTALS
Supervisor: Dr. Praveen Malik
AREA OF RESEARCH Liquid crystal composites, Stabilization of blue phase liquid crystals using nanomaterials and polymers. Electro-optic studies of blue phase liquid crystals. PUBLICATIONS
Title SUMIT YADAV JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE.
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Manpreet Kaur
CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES : SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION
Supervisor: Dr. Jyoti Bharj
AREA OF RESEARCH To determine the optimum flame parameters for bulk synthesis of carbon nanostructures using ANSYS FLUENT and implementation of those flame parameters for synthesis process. To study the properties of carbon nanostructures glass nano-composites. LINKS
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Manisha Kumari
STRANGE QUARK MATTER AND COMPACT STARS
Supervisor: Dr. Arvind kumar
AREA OF RESEARCH My research area includes the study of thermodynamical properties of strange quark matter, proto-neutron and neutron stars at finite density and temperature. I also study the phase transition from hadronic matter to quark matter using different models, which has direct relevance in heavy ion collision experiments.
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Sansar Chand
RADIATION PHYSICS/MATERIAL SCIENCE
Supervisor: Dr. Rohit Mehra
AREA OF RESEARCH Radiation Physics/Material Science
Proxy Kad
PLASMA ACCELERATION
Supervisor: Dr. Arvinder Singh
AREA OF RESEARCH 1. Self-focusing of laser beam inside the plasma.
2. Theoretical investigation of electron acceleration in laser produced plasma
Shubham Sharma
SEMI-LEPTONIC, RADIATIVE AND NON-LEPTONIC RARE B DECAYS IN THE LIGHT-FRONT QUARK MODEL
Supervisor: Dr. Harleen Dahiya
AREA OF RESEARCH My research interest lies in the field of “High Energy Physics”. I have started working on leptonic, non-leptonic, B-decays in light-front dynamics which has remarkable advantages for relativistic problems in High Energy Physics. Light-front Quark Model provides an advantage of the equal light-front time quantization & includes important relativistic effects which are neglected in traditional constituent quark model. The study of B-decays helps in providing an ideal field to study the mixing between different generations of quarks by extracting the most accurate values of Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) matrix elements which help us to test the CP violation in the Standard Model.
Gagandeep Kaur
LIQUID CRYSTAL
Supervisor: Dr. Praveen Malik
AREA OF RESEARCH Electro-optic and dielectric studies of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals.
Ankush
THEORETICAL CONDENSED MATTER PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Vinod Ashokan
AREA OF RESEARCH Theoretical Condensed matter physics
Mansi Dhingra
RADIATION AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Rohit Mehra
AREA OF RESEARCH
Aman Bhatia
PLASMA PHYSICS
Supervisor: Dr. Arvinder Singh
AREA OF RESEARCH Laser Plasma Interactions
Garima Chauhan
LIQUID CRYSTAL
Supervisor: Dr. Praveen Malik
AREA OF RESEARCH Liquid Crystal
Nisha Chahal
EXP. HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS
AREA OF RESEARCH High energy physics