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Dr. Rajeev Singh
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics
rajeevs.phy@iitbhu.ac.in
9962390798
Area of Interest: 
Quantum Computing, Quantum Optics, Condensed Matter Theory

Research Interests

Physical Realizations of Quantum Computers

  • Statistical and Quantum Optics
    • Classical and quantum coherence
    • Orbital angular momentum (OAM) of light
    • Implementing quantum algorithms using classical light
  • Quantum Many-Body Theory
    • Thermalization and quantum chaos
    • Non-equilibrium quantum dynamics
    • Open quantum systems

Publications (Google Scholar)

Academic Timeline

Assistant Professor (2017-)
Ramanujan Fellow (2016-17)
    Department of Physics,
    Indian Institute of Technology,
    (Banaras Hindu University),
    Varanasi, India

Postdoctoral Fellow (2015-16)
    Department of Physics,
    Bar-Ilan University,
    Ramat Gan, Israel
    Mentors:
        Dr. Efrat Shimshoni
        Dr. Emanuele Dalla Torre

Postdoctoral Fellow (2013-15)
    Max Planck Institute for the
    Physics of Complex Systems,
    Dresden, Germany
    Mentor: Dr. Frank Pollmann

Integrated Ph.D. (2006-13)
    The Institute of Mathematical
    Sciences, Chennai
    Mentor: Dr. Sitabhra Sinha

M.Sc. (Prev.) Physics (2005-06)
    Hindu College, University of Delhi

B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics (2002-05)
    Hindu College, University of Delhi

XII, CBSE (2002)
    Sunbeam School, Varanasi

X, CBSE (2000)
    Sunbeam School, Varanasi
 

Statistical and Quantum Optics
(with Dr. Rakesh K. Singh)

  • Kuldeep Kumar Shrivastava (2018-)
  • Sourav Chandra* (2019-)
  • Akanksha Gautam* (2019-)
  • Shivangi Bidoliya (2020-)
  • Tanushree Karmakar* (2020-)
  • Shivam Agarwal* (2020-)
  • Aadarsh Raj Sharma (2021-)

Quantum Many-Body Theory

  • Vedant Kashyap (2018-)
  • Sai Seshank Bandaru (2018-)
  • Ravi Kumar (2019-)
  • Anshu Kumar Mishra (2020-)
  • Swapnesh Khemariya* (2020-)
  • Manthan Badbaria (2020-)
  • Kartikeya Arora (2020-)

​*Co-supervisor

Former Members

  • Tarush Tiwari (2018-21)
  • Ashutosh Pal (2017-21)
    • Oracle
  • Abhijit Chaudhari* (2018-21)
  • Chandan Yadav (2020-21)
  • Satyam Shekhar Jha (2017-20)
    • PhD, CUNY, New York
  • Vineesha Srivastava (2017-20)
    • PhD, University of Strasbourg, France
  • Gautam Kamalakar Naik* (2017-20)
    • PhD, Boston University
  • Ninad Kailas Dongre (2017-19)
    • PhD, University of Texas, Dallas
  • Abhishek Raj (2016-18)
    • PhD, CUNY, New York
  • Parag Sharma* (2018-)
    • Master with Dr. R. K. Singh
  • Shashank Sharma (2017-19)
    • Master with Prof. S. Chatterjee​​
  • Richa Goyal (2018-19)
    • Master with Prof. D. Giri
  • Suman Aich (2017-18)
    • Master with Dr. G. Abbas
    • PhD, Indiana University
  • Asmitha M (2017-18)
    • Master with Prof. S. Chatterjee​
    • PhD, IIT (BHU)

2021-22 Odd Semester

PHY102 Introduction to Engineering Electromagnetics
PHY201 Quantum Physics
PYM541 Laser Physics

Earlier

  • H101 Universal Human Values - I: 2018-19 (odd)
  • H102 Universal Human Values - II: 2018-19 (even)
  • PHY102 Introduction to Engineering Electromagnetics
    • 2020-21 (odd)
    • 2019-20 (odd)
    • 2018-19 (odd)
    • 2017-18 (odd)
  • EP101 Practices of Engineering Physics: 2020-21 (even)
  • PHY201 Quantum Physics
    • 2020-21 (odd)
    • 2019-20 (odd)
    • 2018-19 (odd)
  • PHY202 Computational Physics (formerly PHY304)
    • 2020-21 (even)
    • 2019-20 (even)
    • 2018-19 (even)
    • 2017-18 (even)
    • 2016-17 (even)
  • PHY305 Advanced Quantum Mechanics
    • 2018-19 (even)
    • 2017-18 (even)
    • 2016-17 (even)
  • PHY302 Relativistic Electrodynamics: 2017-18 (odd)
  • PYM411 Computational Physics: 2020-21 (even) 
  • PYM541 Laser Physics: 2020-21 (odd)
  • PHY502 Advanced Classical Mechanics and Electrodynamics: 2017-18 (odd)
  • PHY503 Advanced Experimental Physics
    • 2020-21 (even)
    • 2019-20 (even)
    • 2019-20 (odd)
    • 2018-19 (odd)
  • PHY504 Advanced Mathematical and Computational Physics (formerly AP7102)
    • 2017-18 (even)
    • 2016-17 (even)
  • PHY505 Advanced Quantum and Statistical Physics: 2019-20 (even)
  • PHY523 Quantum Phase Transition: 2017-18 (even)

Python and Matlab are the primary programming languages for my group. Occasionally we use Julia for some problems.

My Cluster (172.16.0.12, local access only)

  • There are currently nine nodes, most with 64GB RAM. 
  • The compute nodes can only be accessed from master.
  • The /home and /software folders are shared among the nodes.
  nCores clock (GHz)
master 20 2.2
compute2-3 16 2.1
compute4-9 20 2.2