I am a theoretical condensed matter physicist. Condensed matter physics is
a rapidly evolving field of research driven by the potential for technological application as well as the quest for fundamental understanding of nature. The broad aim of my research is to study novel properties of strongly correlated quantum systems and to understand the interplay of interaction and disorder in many-body quantum dynamics.
1. Entanglement in non-equilibrium steady states and many-body localization breakdown through dissipative tunneling.
A. Panda, S. Banerjee.
2. Quench, thermalization and residual entropy across a non-Fermi liquid to Fermi liquid transition.
A. Haldar, P. Haldar, I. Mandal, S. Banerjee.
3. Universal quantized thermal conductance in graphene.
S. K. Srivastav, M. R. Sahu, K. Watanabe, T. Taniguchi, S. Banerjee, A. Das.
arXiv:1902.06536 (2019). (To appear in Science Advances).
4. Transport, multifractality, and the breakdown of single-parameter scaling at the localization transition in quasiperiodic systems.
J. Sutradhar, S. Mukerjee, R. Pandit, S. Banerjee.
5. Exploration of the stability of many-body localization in d > 1. I.-D. Potirniche, Sumilan Banerjee, and E. Altman.
Phys. Rev. B 99, 205149 (2019).
6. High Temperature Superconductivity in the Cuprates: Materials, Phenomena and a Mechanism.
S. Banerjee, C. Dasgupta, S. Mukerjee, TV Ramakrishnan, K. Sarkar.
7. Localization physics in graphene Moire superlattices.
C. Kumar, S. K. Srivastav, P. Adhikary, S. Banerjee, T. Das, A. Das.
8. Higher-dimensional SYK Non-Fermi Liquids at Lifshitz transitions.
A. Haldar, S. Banerjee, V. B. Shenoy.
Phys. Rev. B 97, 241106(R) (2018) (Editors' Suggestion)