djoshi @ tifrh . res . in
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Research Overview

My research involves investigating the physics of many-body quantum systems at low temperature, where one can witness surprising novel states of matter as an emergent phenomena. Broadly my research interests are in strongly-correlated electron systems, frustrated magnetism, quantum phase transitions, topological states of matter, and disordered systems. Mainly I use analytic techniques such as diagrammatic-perturbation theory, series expansions and renormalization-group approach. But depending on the problem I also resort to numerical calculations.