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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

German Research Foundation Fellow & Isaac Newton Trust  Fellow

Research

Nanofluidic polaritons for dynamic motions of single quantum systems

Nondissipative detection of molecule in room-temperature motivated us to work on nanoPolQ — a programme of fundamental unexplored physics of polaritons in confined nanofluidic space. Mass dependence of wavelength with Bose–Einstein condensates to produce light mass particles makes exciton-polariton a strong candidate to perform sensing. We will develop designs of practical future quantum technological devices suitable for flow dynamics of exciton-polariton in 2D and 1D confined space and study the long-range interaction.

 

Publications

Stimulating Creativity Through Cognitive Symmetry Breaking: A Tagorean Human Capital Theory
S Ghosh
(2024)
Quantum Control of Nonlinear Dynamics in Confined Fluids
V Johny, S Contera, S Ghosh
(2024)
Quantum Control of Nonlinear Dynamics in Confined Systems
V Johny, S Contera, S Ghosh
(2024)
Active Solid-State Nanopores: Self-Driven Flows/Chaos at the Liquid–Gas Nanofluidic Interface
V Johny, S Ghosh
– Langmuir
(2023)
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Can Mesoscopic Persistent Currents Thrive in Metal Nanoparticles at Room Temperature?
S Ghosh
(2023)
Single electron-controlled motions of single molecules
DN Verma, KV Chinmaya, M Ghosh, JR Heck, GM Rao, S Contera, S Ghosh
(2023)
Quantum Control of Nonlinear Dynamics in Confined Systems
V Johny, S Ghosh
(2023)
Nanometric chemical decomposition of infertile Himalayan soils from Uttarakhand
KV Chinmaya, KP Sarbeena, V Johny, S Pal, A Kumar, GM Rao, S Ghosh, M Ghosh
(2023)
Nanometric chemical decomposition of infertile sub-Himalayan soils from Uttarakhand
KV Chinmaya, KP Sarbeena, V Johny, S Pal, A Kumar, GM Rao, S Ghosh, M Ghosh
(2023)
Nanosecond dynamics of solitons in confined Bose-Einstein condensates
V Johny, S Ghosh
(2023)
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Research Group

Quantum Fluids

Room

G1.14

Telephone

01223 760427