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PhD Degree Students

  1. Sanjay Jain, Thesis: Conformally Invariant Field Theory in 2-dims. and Strings in Curved Space, 1987. 
    Presently Professor, University of Delhi,
    Current research: Complexity theory, Evolutionary networks.
     
  2. R. Shankar, Thesis: Nambu-Jona-Lasinio Type Effective Actions for Large N Quantum Chromodynamics, 1987.
    Presently Professor, The Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Chennai.
    Current research: Field theory applications to condensed matter systems, and earth sciences.
     
  3. Gautam Mandal, Thesis: An Approach to the Theory of Strings Based on the Space of 2-dim. Field Theories, 1989.
    Presently Senior Professor, Department of Theoretical Physics, TIFR.
    Current research: String theory.
     
  4. Anirvan Sengupta, Thesis: String Backgrounds in 1+1 Dims., 1992.
    Presently, Professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University, USA.
    Current research: Biological Physics, Condensed Matter Theory.
     
  5. Porus Lakdawala, Thesis: Complexity at the Edge of Order and Chaos, 1996.
    Presently, Oracle Corporation, California, USA.
    Research interest: Cognitive sciences.
     
  6. Justin Raj David, Thesis: String Theory and Black Holes, 1999.
    Presently, Professor, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
    Current research: String theory.
     
  7. Pallab Basu, Thesis: Black Holes and the Finite Temperatures Gauge Theory, 2007. 
    Presently, Senior Lecturer, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

 

Master's Degree Students

  1. V. Ramanan, M. Phil. Thesis: An Application of the Gauge Principle to Stock Market Analysis, 2005. 
    Presently, at Institutional Securities management, Morgan Stanley, Mumbai.