Visiting Faculty
  3090
  subodhrshenoy @ tifrh . res . in
  FReTB, PI-307
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Research Overview

I am broadly interested in theoretical condensed matter physics and statistical mechanics. The areas of research that I have worked on include thermal fluctuations in superconductors; spin glasses; nonequilibrium phase transitions, the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition and Josephson Junction arrays; topological excitations in 2D and 3D XY models, first-passage times and hysteresis; Josephson tunnelling in Bose-Einstein Condensates; martensitic structural transitions; and post-quench phase ordering dynamics. Currently, we are trying to understand the post-quench equilibration of topological excitations of nematic liquid crystals in two spatial dimensions.