My name is Rajesh Singh. I am a final year graduate student in theoretical physics, working under the supervision of Professor Ronojoy Adhikari at the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai.

My PhD thesis is on the study of active colloidal suspensions. We investigate the role of hydrodynamic interaction in determining the collective dynamics of active colloids.


Education


2012- PhD, IMSc Chennai
2010-12 MSc, IIT Kanpur
2007-10 BSc, University of Delhi

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Publications


Direct verification of the fluctuation-dissipation relation in viscously coupled oscillators
S. Paul, A. Laskar, R. Singh, B. Roy, R. Adhikari, and A. Banerjee [arXiv:1707.00660]

Fast Bayesian inference of the multivariate Ornstein-Uhlenbeck process
R. Singh, D. Ghosh, R. Adhikari, [arXiv:1706.04961]

Fluctuating hydrodynamics and the Brownian motion of an active colloid near a wall
R. Singh and R. Adhikari, Eur. J. Comp. Mech., 2017 (invited article), [arXiv:1702.01403]

Fast Bayesian inference of optical trap stiffness and particle diffusion
S. Bera, S. Paul, R. Singh, D. Ghosh, A Kundu, A Banerjee and R. Adhikari,
Sci. Rep. 7, 41638, 2017, [arXiv:1610.00315]

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

Generalized Stokes laws for active colloids and their applications
R. Singh and R. Adhikari, [arXiv:1603.05735]

Many-body microhydrodynamics of colloidal particles with active boundary layers
R. Singh, S. Ghose and R. Adhikari, J. Stat. Mech. P06017, 2015, [arXiv:1411.0278]

Phase-plane analysis of driven multi-lane exclusion models
V. Yadav, R. Singh and S. Mukherji, J. Stat. Mech., P04004, 2012, [arXiv:1208.4916]


Contact


Email: rsingh at imsc dot res dot in

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Taramani, Chennai 600113
Phone: +91-44-22543116

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