I am, Rajesh Singh, a graduate student in physics at Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai.

Currently, I am working in soft condensed matter physics. In particular, my work involves the study of hydrodynamic interactions in systems of active colloids.

My PhD advisor is Dr. Ronojoy Adhikari.


2010-12 MSc, IIT Kanpur
2007-10 BSc, University of Delhi


Universal hydrodynamic mechanisms for crystallization in active colloidal suspensions
Rajesh Singh and R. Adhikari.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 228002 (2016)
arXiv:1610.06528 (2016).

Generalized Stokes laws for active colloids and their applications
Rajesh Singh and R. Adhikari.
arXiv:1603.05735 (2016).

Fast Bayesian inference of optical trap stiffness and particle diffusion
S. Bera, S Paul, Rajesh Singh, D. Ghosh, A Kundu, A Banerjee, and R. Adhikari.
arXiv:1610.00315 (2016).

Many-body microhydrodynamics of colloidal particles with active boundary layers.
Rajesh Singh, Somdeb Ghose, and R. Adhikari.
J. Stat. Mech. P06017 (2015)
arXiv:1411.0278 (2014).

Phase-plane analysis of driven multi-lane exclusion models.
Vandana Yadav, Rajesh Singh and Sutapa Mukherji.
J. Stat. Mech. P04004 (2012)
arXiv:1208.4916 (2012).


[rajeshrinet at gmail dot com]
[rsingh at imsc dot res dot in]

Rajesh Singh
Research Fellow in Physics
The Institute of Mathematical Sciences
IV Cross Road,
CIT Campus, Taramani
Chennai 600 113
Tamil Nadu, India.