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  • Atkinson, Oliver; Bhardwaj, Akanksha; Englert, Christoph; Konar, Partha; Ngairangbam, Vishal S.; Spannowsky, Michael (Cornell University Library, 2022-04)
    Anomaly detection through employing machine learning techniques has emerged as a novel powerful tool in the search for new physics beyond the Standard Model. Historically similar to the development of jet observables, ...
  • Shastri, Rahul; Venkatesh, B. Prasanna (Cornell University Library, 2022-04)
    We consider the optimization of the work output and fluctuations of a finite-time quantum Otto heat engine cycle consisting of compression and expansion work strokes of unequal duration. The asymmetry of the cycle is ...
  • Bansal, Anshika; Mahajan, Namit (Cornell University Library, 2022-04)
    Proton decay is a baryon number violating process, and hence is forbidden in the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics. Baryon number violation is expected to be an important criteria to explain the matter-anti-matter ...
  • Jana, Arghajit; Ricci, Claudio; Naik, Sachindra; Tanimoto, Atsushi; Kumari, Neeraj; Chang, Hsiang-Kuang; Nandi, Prantik; Chatterjee, Arka; Safi-Harb, Samar (Cornell University Library, 2022-03)
    We present a detailed study of the highly obscured active galaxy NGC 4507, performed using four Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) observations carried out between May and August in 2015 (~ 130 ks in total). ...
  • Chowdhuri, Abhishek; Bhattacharyya, Arpan (Cornell University Library, 2022-03)
    We study the orbital evolution of eccentric binary systems in Horndeski theory. This particular theory provides a testbed to give insightful comparisons with data. We compute the rate of energy loss and the rate of change ...
  • Saha, Madhumita; Venkatesh, B. Prasanna; Agarwalla, Bijay Kumar (Cornell University Library, 2022-02)
    Quasi-periodic lattice systems offer diverse transport properties. In this work, we investigate the environment induced effects on transport properties for quasi-periodic systems, namely the one-dimensional Aubry-André-Harper ...
  • Bhattacharyya, Arpan; Katoch, Gaurav; Roy, Shubho R. (Cornell University Library, 2022-02)
    Warped conformal field theories in two dimensions are exotic nonlocal, Lorentz violating field theories characterized by Virasoro-Kac-Moody symmetries and have attracted a lot of attention as candidate boundary duals to ...
  • Dutta, Manoranjan; Narendra, Nimmala; Sahu, Narendra; Shil, Sujay (Cornell University Library, 2022-02)
    The nature of neutrinos, whether Dirac or Majorana, is hitherto not known. Assuming that the neutrinos are Dirac, which needs B?L to be an exact symmetry, we make an attempt to explain the observed proportionality between ...
  • Chakravarti, Kabir; Ghosh, Rajes; Sarkar, Sudipta (Cornell University Library, 2022-01)
    Recent gravitational wave observation based on the data from GW150914 has firmly confirmed Hawking's area theorem and estimated the increase in total horizon area during a merger process of two Kerr black holes. We use ...
  • Rahman, Mostafizur; Bhattacharyya, Arpan (Cornell University Library, 2021-12)
    The famous no-hair theorem dictates that the multipole moments of Kerr black holes depend only on their mass and angular momentum. Thus, the measurement of multipole moments of astrophysical objects through gravitational-wave ...
  • Chakravarti, Kabir; Ghosh, Rajes; Sarkar, Sudipta (Cornell University, 2021-12)
    A classical black hole is characterized by a horizon that absorbs radiation of all frequencies incident on it. Perturbation of these black holes is well-understood via exponentially damped sinusoids known as quasi-normal ...
  • Bhattacharya, Aranya; Bhattacharyya, Arpan; Nandy, Pratik; Patra, Ayan K. (Cornell University, 2021-12)
    Considering a doubly holographic model, we study the evolution of holographic subregion complexity corresponding to deformations of bath state by a relevant scalar operator, which corresponds to a renormalization group ...
  • Saini, Lalita; Nemala, Siva Sankar; Rathi, Aparna; Kaushik, Suvigya; Kalon, Gopinadhan (Cornell University Library, 2021-12)
    Interlayer space in graphite is impermeable to ions and molecules, including protons. Its controlled expansion would find several applications in desalination, gas purification, high-density batteries, etc. In the past, ...
  • Florkowski, Wojciech; Kumar, Avdhesh; Mazeliauskas, Aleksas; Ryblewski, Radoslaw (Cornell University Library, 2021-12)
    By including the recently introduced thermal shear term that contributes to the spin polarization vector at local equilibrium, we determine longitudinal polarization of ? hyperons emitted from a hot and rotating hadronic ...
  • Bhattacharyya, Arpan; Hanif, Tanvir; Haque, S. Shajidul; Rahman, Md Khaledur (Cornell University Library, 2021-12)
    We study the complexity for an open quantum system. Our system is a harmonic oscillator coupled to a one-dimensional massless scalar field, which acts as the bath. Specifically, we consider the reduced density matrix by ...
  • Bhattacharyya, Arpan; Joshi, Lata Kh; Sundar, Bhuvanesh (Cornell University Library, 2021-11)
    In this review, we present the ongoing developments in bridging the gap between holography and experiments. To this end, we discuss information scrambling and models of quantum teleportation via Gao-Jafferis-Wall wormhole ...
  • Poddar, Tanmay Kumar (Cornell University Library, 2021-11)
    The geodetic and frame-dragging effects are the direct consequences of the spacetime curvature near earth which can be probed from the Gravity probe B satellite. The satellite result matches quite well with Einstein's ...
  • Kumar, Avdhesh; Kurian, Manu; Das, Santosh K.; Chandra, Vinod (Cornell University Library, 2021-11)
    Heavy quark dynamics in an anisotropic QCD medium have been analyzed within the Fokker-Planck approach. Heavy quark drag force and momentum diffusion tensor have been decomposed by employing a general tensor basis for an ...
  • Sarkar, Sudipta et al. (Cornell University Library, 2021-10)
    Thanu Padmanabhan was a renowned Indian theoretical physicist known for his research in general relativity, cosmology, and quantum gravity. In an extraordinary career spanning forty-two years, he published more than three ...
  • Poddar, Tanmay Kumar (Cornell University Library, 2021-10)
    The evidence of gravitational wave was first indirectly confirmed by the orbital period loss of Hulse-Taylor binary system which agrees well with the Einstein's general relativistic prediction. The perihelion precession ...

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