1. Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi, 221005 (From

27th Nov. 2015)

2. DST (INSPIRE) faculty at S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata,

700098 (Jan 2014 to 26th Nov 2015)

3. DST (INSPIRE) faculty at Department of Physics and Meteorology

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur Kharagpur 721302 India

(Feb 2013 to 31st Dec. 2013)

4. Post Doctoral fellow at Kansas State University (Dept. of physics) (Jan 2012 - Dec

2012) (With Prof. Jeremy Schmit)

5. Visiting research scholar at Rockefeller University (Mar 2011 - Dec 2011)

(With Prof. E. G. D. Cohen)

6. Visiting research scholar at Princeton University (Sept 2010 - Feb 2011)

(With Prof. Iain D. Couzin)

7. Post Doctoral fellow at Syracuse University (Dept. of physics) (Nov. 2008 - July

2010) (With Prof. M. Cristina Marchetti)

8. Ph.D(Physics) (Aug 2003 to Oct. 2008):

CCMT, Department of Physics, IISc Bangalore-12

Thesis adviser: Prof. Sriram Ramaswamy

Thesis Title: Dynamics order and fluctuations is active nematics: numerical and theoretical studies.

9. Master of Science (Physics) (2003):

School of Physical Sciences,Jawaharlal Nehru University,New Delhi (India)

CGPA: (7.9 on the scale of 9.0) (2nd rank)

Project(MSc) Title: Random Matrix Theory

10. Bachelor of Science (Physics, Maths) (2001):

University of Allahabad, Allahabad, U. P. (India)Gold Medalist; Meghanad Saha Centenary gold medal (2001),Ward Vidyant Memorial gold Medal (2001),Y. J. K. Singh gold medal (1999).

### Courses Taught

Theory:

PHY 101: Classical Quantum and Relativistic Mechanics

PHY 303: Statistical Physics

AP7102: Mathematical Methods

PHY 304: Computational Physics

Advanced Statistical Physics

Lab:

B.Tech part I, Mechanics Lab

**2020**

Nonquenched rotators ease flocking and memorize it

R Das, M Kumar, S Mishra

Physical Review E 101 (1), 012607

Phase separation in a binary mixture of self-propelled particles with variable speed

JP Singh, S Mishra

Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications 544, 123530

Speed inhomogeneity accelerates information transfer in polar flock

S Pattanayak, JP Singh, M Kumar, S Mishra

Physical Review E 101 (5), 052602**2019**

Dynamics of a Particle Moving in One Dimensional Lorentz Lattice Gas

S Kumar, S Mishra

Journal of Statistical Physics 176 (5), 1161-1171

Enhanced dynamics of active Brownian particles in periodic obstacle arrays and corrugated channels

S Pattanayak, R Das, M Kumar, S Mishra

The European Physical Journal E 42 (5), 62

**2018**

Polar flock in the presence of random quenched rotators.

Rakesh Das, Manoranjan Kumar, Shradha Mishra.

arXiv: 1802.08861. (Under Rev. in Phys. Rev. Lett.).

Flocking in one dimension: effect of update rules

R. K Singh, Shradha Mishra

arXiv:1704.04041, (Under Rev. in Physica A)

Athermal binary mixture of active and passive discs: depletion and motility

induced clustering

Pritha Dolai, Aditi Simha, Shradha Mishra

arXiv:1706.02968, Soft Matter 2018).

Ordering dynamics of self-propelled particles in an inhomogeneous medium.

Rakesh Das, Shradha Mishra, Sanjay Puri, Eur. Phys. Lett., 121, 37002, (2018).

Density phase separation and order-disorder transition in a collection of polar

self-propelled particles

Sudipta Pattanayak and SHRADHA MISHRA, J. Phys. commun., 2, 045007,

(2018).

**2017:**

Order-disorder transition in active nematic: A lattice model study:

Rakesh Das, Manoranjan Kumar, Shradha Mishra

Scientific Report, 7 (2017).

Boundary-induced convection in the collection of self-propelled particles, SHRADHA

MISHRA, and Sudipta Pattanayak Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Appli-

cations 477, 128, (2017).

**2016:**

.Additivity, density fluctuations, and nonequilibrium thermodynamics for active

Brownian particles, S Chakraborti, SHRADHA MISHRA, P Pradhan Physical Review

E 93, 052606 (2016) (citation 2).

.Subdiffusion, Anomalous Diffusion and Propagation of a Particle Moving in

Random and Periodic Media SHRADHA MISHRA, S Bhattacharya, B Webb, EGD

Cohen Journal of Statistical Physics 162, 855-868 (2016) (citation 2).

**2015: **

Topological-distance-dependent transition in flocks with binary interactions, B

Bhattacherjee, SHRADHA MISHRA, SS Manna Physical Review E 92, 062134 (2015)

(citation 4).

**2014:**

.Giant number fluctuation in the collection of active apolar particles: from sphere

to long rods, SHRADHA MISHRA, Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and

Experiment 2014 7, P07013 (citations 2)

.Aspects of the density field in an active nematic SHRADHA MISHRA, S

Puri, S Ramaswamy Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London A:

Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences 372 20130364 (2014) (citations 6).

Entanglement model of antibody viscosity, JD Schmidt, F He, SHRADHA

MISHRA, RR Ketchem, CE Woods, BA Kerwin The Journal of Physical Chem-

istry B 118 (19), 5044-5049 (2014) (citations 23).

**Before 2014:**

16. Electrostatic interactions in concentrated protein solutions, SHRADHA MISHRA

and Jeremy Schmit, arXiv:1304.2481.

17. Collective dynamics of self-propelled particles with variable speed, SHRADHA

MISHRA, Kolbjørn Tunstrøm, Iain D. Couzin and Cristián Huepe Phys. Rev. E 86,

011901 (2012) (citations 39)

18. Mesoscopic theory for active nematics, Eric Bertin, H. Chate’, F. Ginelli,

SHRADHA MISHRA, Anton Peshkov and S. Ramaswamy submitted to New Jour-

nal of Physics, arXiv:1305.0772 (citations 60).

19. Fluctuations and Pattern Formation in Self-Propelled Particles , SHRADHA

MISHRA, A. Baskaran, M. Cristina Marchetti Phys. Rev. E 81, 061916 (2010) (ci-

tations 167)

20. A Dynamic Renormalization Group Study of Active Nematics, SHRADHA

MISHRA, R. Aditi Simha and S. Ramaswamy J. Stat. Mech. (2010) P02003 (cita-

tions 11).

21. Active nematics are intrinsically phase separated, SHRADHA MISHRA, S.

Ramaswamy, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 090602 (2006) (citations 73).

**Ph.D Students:**

1. Rakesh Das (2013-2018) (Joint Supervisor with Dr. M. Kumar at S N Bose National Center for Basic Sciences, Kolkata)

(Thesis Submitted July 2018)

2. Sudipta Pattanayak (2014-2019) (Joint Supervisor with Dr. M. Kumar at S N Bose National Center for Basic Sciences, Kolkata)

3. Jay Prakash Singh (2016- ) (Topic: Collective behaviour and pattern formation in active particle systems)

4. Sameer Kumar (Dec 2016-) (Topics: Dynamics of a particle moving in Lorentz lattice-gas, Ordering dynamics of a system of self-propelled particles with nematic interaction in the presence of quenched disorder)

5. Vivek Semwal (2017-) (Topic: Enhanced dynamics of an active particle moving on a patterned substrate)

6. Shambhavi Dikshit (2018-) (Topic: Ordering kinetics of passive particles in active medium)

** Undergraduate Students:**

1**. **Harshit Rathore: ( IDD - IV year, Stream Project) (Topic: Dynamics of particle moving on random networks)

2. Pranay Bimal Sampat (IDD- III year) (Topic: network model and flocking)

**Past Group members:**

1. Sri Pooja (UG-project at IIT (Kgp))

Now: Software Developer at BeeHyv Software Solutions Private Limited (Hyderabad)

2.Gopal Krishna (UG-project at IIT (Kgp))

3. Mamta Gautam (JRF Project position)

Now: Ph.D at IIT, Kanpur

4. Sanchari Bhattacharya (JRF Project position)

Now: Ph.D at NIT-Rourkela

5. Prashanthi Mahadevan ( M.Tech Student at IIT (BHU), Varanasi)

Now: JP Morgan (Chase Bank)

6. Ninad Kailas Dongre

7. Payal Choudhary

8. Jogendra Kumar

9. Ishank Kumar Mittal

Summer Students:

10. Prasant Pandey (IISER Bhopal)

11. Shubham Srivastava (IIT Kgp)

12. Vivek Shukla (IISER Mohali)

1. DST-INSPIRE Faculty Award (2013-2018)

2. ECR Award (2017-2020)

Condensed matter theory, soft condensed matter and statistical physics is my major research area.