Publications in refereed journals

  1. “Time evolution of intermittency in the passive slider problem” T. Singha and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 97, 010105(R) (2018).

  2. “Ordered phases in coupled nonequilibrium systems: Dynamic properties” S. Chakraborty, S. Chatterjee and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 96, 022128 (2017).

  3. “Ordered phases in coupled nonequilibrium systems: Static properties” S. Chakraborty, S. Chatterjee and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 96, 022127 (2017).

  4. “Coarsening and persistence in a one-dimensional system of orienting arrowheads: Domain-wall kinetics with A + B → 0” M. D. Khandkar, R. Stinchcombe and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 95, 012147 (2017).

  5. “Nonequilibrium description of de novo biogenesis and transport through Golgi-like cisternae” H. Sachdeva, M. Barma and Madan Rao Scientific Reports 6, 38840; doi: 10.1038/srep38840 (2016).

  6. “Large compact clusters and fast dynamics in coupled nonequilibrium systems” S. Chakraborty, S. Pal, S. Chatterjee and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 93, 050102 (R) (2016)

  7. “Order-parameter scaling in fluctuation-dominated phase ordering ” R. Kapri, M. Bandyopadhyay and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 93, 012117 (2016)

  8. “Condensate formation in a zero-range process with random site capacities ” S. Gupta and M. BarmaJ. Stat. Mech. P07018 (2015)

  9. “Analytical study of giant fluctuations and temporal intermittency ” H. Sachdeva and M. BarmaJ. Stat. Phys. 154, 950 (2014).

  10. “Condensation and intermittency in an open-boundary aggregation-fragmentation model ” H. Sachdeva, M. Barma and Madan Rao Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 150601 (2013).

  11. “Driven k-mers: correlations in space and time ” S. Gupta, M. Barma, U. Basu and P.K. Mohanty Phys. Rev. E 84, 041102 (2011).

  12. “Multispecies model with interconversion, chipping, and injection ”H. Sachdeva, M. Barma and Madan Rao Phys. Rev. E 84, 031106 (2011).

  13. “Quantum Brownian motion under rapid periodic forcing ” M. Bandyopadhyay and M. BarmaJ. Stat. Mech. P07018 (2009)

  14. “Singular Scaling Functions in Clustering Phenomena ”M. Barma European Physical Journal B 64, 387 (2008) .

  15. Passive sliders and scaling: from cusps to divergences A. Nagar and M. Barma J. Korean Phys. Soc. 53, 937 (2008) .

  16. “Shock probes in a one-dimensional Katz-Lebowitz-Spohn model ” S. Chatterjee and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 77, 061124 (2008).

  17. “Finite-size effects on the dynamics of the zero-range process ” S. Gupta, Mustansir Barma, and Satya N. Majumdar Phys. Rev. E 76, 060101 (2007).

  18. “Tagged particle correlations in the asymmetric simple exclusion process: finite size effects ” S. Gupta, S.N. Majumdar, C. Godreche and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 76, 021112 (2007).

  19. “Dynamics of shock probes in driven diffusive systems ” S. Chatterjee and M. Barma J. Stat. Mech., L01004 (2007).

  20. “Directed diffusion of reconstituting dimers ” M. Barma, M.D. Grynberg and R. B. Stinchcombe J. Phys. Condens. Matter 19, 065112 (2007).

  21. “Driven diffusive systems with disorder ” M. Barma Physica A 372, 22 (2006).

  22. “Strong clustering of non-interacting, passive sliders driven by a Kardar-Parisi-Zhang surface ” A. Nagar, S.N. Majumdar and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 74, 021124 (2006).

  23. “Dynamics of fluctuation-dominated phase ordering: Hard-core passive sliders on a fluctuating surface ” Sakuntala Chatterjee and Mustansir Barma Phys. Rev. E 73, 011107 (2006).

  24. “Orientational correlations and the effect of spatial gradients in the equilibrium steady state of hard rods in two dimensions: A study using deposition-evaporation kinetics ” M.D. Khandkar and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  72, 051717 (2005).

  25. “Passive sliders on fluctuating surfaces: strong-clustering states ” A. Nagar, M. Barma and S.N. Majumdar Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 240601 (2005).

  26. “Dynamics of the disordered, one-dimensional zero range process ” K. Jain and M. Barma Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 135701 (2003).

  27. “Asymptotic distributions of periodically driven stochastic systems ” S. Dutta and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  67, 061111 (2003).

  28. “Phase separation driven by a fluctuating two-dimensional self-affine potential field ” G. Manoj and M. Barma J. Stat. Phys. 110, 1305 (2003).

  29. “Aggregate formation in a system of coagulating and fragmenting particles with mass-dependent diffusion rates ” R. Ravindran, D. Das, B. Chakraborty and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  66, 056104 (2002).

  30. “Phase diagram of a two-species lattice model with a linear instability ” S. Ramaswamy, M. Barma, D. Das and A. Basu Phase Transitions, 75, 363 (2002).

  31. “Locating the minimum: Approach to equilibrium in a disordered, symmetric zero-range process ” M. Barma and K. Jain Pramana – J. Phys. 58, 409 (2002).

  32. “Fluctuation-dominated phase ordering driven by stochastically evolving surfaces ” D. Das, M. Barma and S. Majumdar Phys. Rev. E  64, 046126 (2001).

  33. “Weak and strong dynamic scaling in a one-dimensional coupled field model: Effects of kinematic waves ” D. Das, A. Basu, M. Barma and S. Ramaswamy Phys. Rev. E  64, 021402 (2001).

  34. “Phases of a conserved model of aggregation with fragmentation at fixed sites ” K. Jain and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 64, 016107 (2001).

  35. “Particles sliding on a fluctuating surface: phase separation and power laws ” D. Das and M. BarmaPhys. Rev. Lett. 85, 1602 (2000).

  36. “Phase transition in the Takayasu model with desorption ” S. N. Majumdar, S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  61, 6337 (2000).

  37. “Nonequilibrium phase transition in a model of diffusion, aggregation and fragmentation ” S. N. Majumdar, S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma J. Stat. Phys. 99, 1 (2000).

  38. “Steady states of dynamically coupled two-species systems ” M. Barma and S. Ramaswamy Turkish J. Phys. 24, 235 (2000).

  39. “Strong phase separation in a model of sedimenting lattices ” R. Lahiri, M. Barma and S. Ramaswamy Phys. Rev. E  61, 1648 (2000).

  40. “Arrested states formed on quenching spin chains with competing interactions and conserved dynamics ” D. Das and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  60, 2577 (1999).

  41. “Polytype kinetics and quenching of spin chains with competing interactions using trimer flip dynamics ” D. Das and M. Barma Physica A 270, 245 (1999).

  42. “Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions in Models of Aggregation, Adsorption and Dissociation ” S. N. Majumdar, S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 3691 (1998).

  43. “Driven lattice gases with quenched disorder: exact results and different macroscopic regimes ” G. Tripathy and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  58, 1911 (1998).

  44. “Pattern formation in interface depinning and other models: erratically moving spatial structures ” S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  57, 2949 (1998).

  45. “Disordered driven systems ” G. Tripathy, S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, 35, 657 (1997).

  46. “Deposition and evaporation of $k$-mers: dynamics of a many state system ” M. Barma Pramana – J. Phys. 49, 155 (1997).

  47. “Conservation laws and integrability of a one-dimensional model of diffusing dimers ” G. I. Menon, M. Barma and D. Dhar J. Stat. Phys. 86, 1237 (1997).

  48. “Steady state and dynamics of driven diffusive systems with quenched disorder ” G. Tripathy and M. Barma Phys. Rev. Lett. 78, 3039 (1997).

  49. “Pairwise balance and invariant measure for generalized exclusion process ” G.M. Schutz, R. Ramaswamy and M. Barma J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 29, 837 (1996).

  50. “Active-site motion and pattern formation in self-organized interface depinning ” S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 423 (1996).

  51. “Slow relaxation in a model with many conservation laws: deposition and evaporation of trimers on a line ” M. Barma and D. Dhar Phys. Rev. Lett. 73, 2135 (1994).

  52. “Scaling of fluctuations in one-dimensional interface and hopping models ” P.-M. Binder, M. Paczuski and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E  49, 1174 (1994).

  53. “Melts of semiflexible, living polymers: a lattice model ” G.I. Menon, R. Pandit and M. Barma Europhys. Lett. 24, 253 (1993).

  54. “Conservation laws for stochastic deposition-evaporation models in one dimension ” D. Dhar and M. Barma
    Pramana – J. Phys. 41, L193 (1993).

  55. “Collective dipole oscillations in atomic nuclei and small metal particles ” R.S. Bhalerao and M. Barma, Pramana – J. Phys. 40, 311 (1993).

  56. “Diffusive dynamics of deposition-evaporation systems, jamming and broken symmetries in related quantum spin models ” R.B. Stinchcombe, M.D. Grynberg and M. Barma Phys. Rev. E 47, 4018 (1993).

  57. “Jamming and kinetics of deposition-evaporation systems and associated quantum spin models ” M. Barma, M.D. Grynberg and R.B. Stinchcombe Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 1033 (1993).

  58. “Fluctuations of a nonequilibrium interface ” M. Paczuski, M. Barma, S.N. Majumdar and T. Hwa Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 2735 (1992).

  59. “Random sequential adsorption on a line: mean-field theory of diffusional relaxation ” V. Privman and M. Barma J. Chem. Phys. 97, 6714 (1992).

  60. “Dynamics of field-driven interfaces in the two-dimensional Ising model ” M. Barma J. Phys. A 25, L693 (1992).

  61. “Two-tag correlation functions in one-dimensional lattice gases ” S.N. Majumdar and M. Barma
    Physica A177, 366 (1991).

  62. “Tag diffusion in driven systems, growing interfaces and anomalous fluctuations ”, S.N. Majumdar and M. Barma Phys. Rev. B44, 5306 (1991).

  63. “Commensurability effects on the spectra of integrable systems ” V. Subrahmanyam and M. Barma
    J. Phys. A24, 4303 (1991).

  64. “Distribution of degeneracies in simple quantum systems ” M. Barma and V. Subrahmanyam Pramana — J. Phys. 36, 531 (1991).

  65. “Size-dependent energy scales in the ideal Fermi gas ” V. Subrahmanyam and M. Barma Phase Transitions 24–26, 419 (1990).

  66. “Optical absorption in small metal particles ” M. Barma and V. Subrahmanyam J. Phys.: Condensed Matter 1, 7681 (1989)

  67. “Finite size effects in the ideal Fermi gas ” V. Subrahmanyam and M. Barma J. Phys. A 22, L489 (1989).

  68. “Modulated phases in the Falicov-Kimball model ” M. Barma and V. Subrahmanyam Phase Transitions 16–17, 303 (1989).

  69. “Local symmetry and impossibility of mixed valence in the Falicov-Kimball model ” V. Subrahmanyam and M. Barma J. Phys. C21, L19 (1988).

  70. “Size-induced structural phase transitions and hyperfine properties of microcrystaline $Fe_20_3$ ” P. Ayyub, M. Multani, M. Barma, V.R. Palkar and R. Vijayaraghavan J. Phys. C21, 2229 (1988).

  71. “The travelling salesman problem on a randomly diluted lattice ” D. Dhar, M. Barma, B.K. Chakrabarti and A. Taraphder J. Phys. A20, 5289 (1987).

  72. “Transport in random networks in a field: interacting particles ” R. Ramaswamy and M. Barma J. Phys. A20, 2973 (1987).

  73. “Distribution of shortest path lengths in percolation on a hierarchical lattice ” M. Barma and P. Ray
    Phys. Rev. B34, 3403 (1986).

  74. “On backbends on percolation backbones ” M. Barma and R. Ramaswamy J. Phys. A19, L605 (1986).

  75. “Escape times in interacting, biased random walks ” M. Barma and R. Ramaswamy J. Statistical Physics 43, 561 (1986).

  76. “Shortest paths in percolation ” M. Barma J. Phys. A 18, L277 (1985).

  77. “Barma and Fisher respond to Baker and Johnson’s comment Universality among scalar spin systems ” M.E. Fisher and M. Barma Phys. Rev. Lett. 54, 2461 (1985).

  78. “Two-dimensional Ising-like systems: corrections to scaling in the Klauder and double Gaussian models ” M. Barma and M.E. Fisher Phys. Rev. B 31, 5954 (1985).

  79. “Corrections to scaling and crossover in two-dimensional Ising and scalar spin systems ” M. Barma and M.E. Fisher Phys. Rev. Lett. 53, 1935 (1984).

  80. “Radii of gyration of fully and partially directed lattice animals ” V. Privman and M. Barma Z. Phys. B57, 59 (1984).

  81. “Field-induced drift and trapping in percolation networks ” S.R. White and M. Barma J. Phys. A 17, 2995 (1984).

  82. “Gaussian smearing of spin weight functions in models of phase transitions ” M. Barma J. Phys. A16, L745 (1983).

  83. “Conductivity of a two-dimensional random diode-insulator network ” B.M. Arora, M. Barma, D. Dhar and M.K. Phani J. Phys. C16, 2913 (1983)

  84. “Directed diffusion in a percolation network ” M. Barma and D. Dhar J. Phys. C16, 1451 (1983)

  85. “Enumeration of directed site animals on two-dimensional lattices ” D. Dhar, M. K. Phani and M. Barma J. Phys. A15, L279 (1982).

  86. “Spinless model of mixed valence: exact results and perturbation theory ” M. Barma J. Phys. C15, 721 (1982)

  87. “Duality transformations for two-dimensional directed percolation and resistance problems ” D. Dhar, M. Barma and M.K. Phani Phys. Rev. Lett. 47, 1238 (1981).

  88. “Critical properties of diluted anisotropic magnets near the percolation threshold ” D. Kumar, R.B. Pandey and M. Barma Phys. Rev. B23, 2269 (1981).

  89. “Monte Carlo simulation of directed percolation on a square lattice ” D. Dhar and M. Barma J. Phys. C14, L1 (1981).

  90. “On the sign of $\alpha$ in the percolation problem ” M. Barma J. Phys. C13, L831 (1980).

  91. “Linear chain of classical Heisenberg spins with three or four spin interactions ” M. Barma J.Magnetism and Mag. Materials 15-18, 1041 (1980).

  92. “Long time relaxation in disordered Ising chains ” D. Dhar and M. Barma J. Appl. Phys. 50, 7407 (1980).

  93. “Effect of disorder on relaxation in the one dimensional Glauber model ” D. Dhar and M. Barma J. Stat. Phys. 22, 259 (1980).

  94. “Renormalization group calculations for the dilute Heisenberg model ” M. Barma, D. Kumar and R.B. Pandey J.Magnetism and Mag. Materials, 15-18, 245 (1980)

  95. Comment on “Migdal renormalization group approach to quantum spin systems ” M. Barma, D. Kumar and R.B. Pandey J. Phys. C12, L909 (1979).

  96. “Specific heat of the random Ising chain ” M. Barma and K.C. Sharma Solid State Comm.  30, 11 (1979).

  97. “A position space renormalization group approach to the compressible Ising model ” M. Barma and D. Kumar
    J.Phys. C12, 1331 (1979)

  98. “Renormalization group calculations for the dilute Heisenberg magnet ” M. Barma, D. Kumar and R.B. Pandey
    J. Phys. C12, L283 (1979).

  99. “Excluded volume effects in magnetic polymers ” M. Barma Phys. Rev. B18, 6398 (1978).

  100. “Valence fluctuations in Samarium compounds — a theoretical approach ” S.D. Mahanti, T.A. Kaplan and M. Barma J.
    Appl. Phys. 49, 2084 (1978).

  101. “Order parameter relaxation in spin glasses ” D. Kumar and M. Barma Phys.Lett. 67A, 217 (1978).

  102. “Classical equivalents of 1-d quantum mechanical systems ” M. Barma and B. S. Shastry Phys. Rev. B18, 3351 (1978).

  103. “d-dimensional Hubbard Model as a (d+1)-dimensional classical problem ” M. Barma and B. S. Shastry
    Phys. Lett. 61A, 15 (1977).

  104. “Comment on compressible spin systems ” M. Barma Phys. Rev. B16, 593 (1977).

  105. “Phase changes and configuration mixing in $Sm$ chalcogenides ” S.D. Mahanti, T.A. Kaplan and M. Barma
    Phys. Lett. 58A, 43 (1976).

  106. “Isostructural phase transitions in solids ”M. Barma, T.A. Kaplan and S.D. Mahanti Phys. Lett. 57A, 168(1976).

  107. “Electronic modulation of vibrational frequencies: Effect on the conductivity and thermopower of a narrow Hubbard band ” M. Barma Phys. Rev. B13, 1805 (1976).

  108. “Phonon-induced phase transition in a classical Heisenberg chain ” M. Barma Phys. Rev. B12, 2710 (1975).

  109. “Exact results for a system of coupled electronic and nuclear spins ” M. Barma and T.A. Kaplan Phys. Rev. B12, 970 (1975).

  110. “The role of phonon-modulated transfer integrals in the electrical and magnetic properties of an extended Hubbard model ” M. Barma and R.A. Bari Phys. Rev. B11, 1352 (1975).

  111. “Excitations in quadrupolar-coupled systems ” M. Barma Phys. Rev. B10, 4650 (1974).

Proceedings of International Conferences

  1. “Deposition and evaporation of k-mers: dynamics of a many-sector decomposable systems” M. Barma and D. Dhar in “Statphys 19” (World Scientific, Singapoe, 1998) p.72.

  2. “Resonances in small Fermi systems” M. Barma and R.S. Bhalerao, in “Correlations in clusters, and related systems”, edited by J.P. Connerade (World Scientific, Singapore, 1996) p.17.

  3. “Dynamics of transverse fluctuations in interfaces” M. Barma in “Non Linear Phenomena in Materials Science III”, edited by G. Ananthakrishna, L.P. Kubin and G. Martin (Scitec Publications, Untermuli, 1995) p.19.

  4. “Stochastic dynamics in a deposition-evaporation model on a line” M. Barma and D. Dhar, in “Modern Quantum Field Theory – II”, edited by S.R. Das, G. Mandal, S. Mukhi and S.R. Wadia (World Scientific, Singapore 1995) p.123.

  5. “Field-induced transport in random media” M. Barma and R. Ramaswamy “Non-Linearity and Breakdown in Soft Condensed Matter” edited by B.K. Chakrabarti, K.K. Bardhan and A. Hansen (Springer, Berlin, 1994) p.309.

  6. “Dipole resonance systematics in metal particles and atomic nuclei” M. Barma and R.S. Bhalerao “ Physics and chemistry of finite systems: from clusters to crystals” Vol. II, edited by P. Jena, S.N. Khanna and B.K. Rao (Kluwer Academic, Boston, 1992), p.881.

  7. “Shape and size dependence of energy level degeneracies” V. Subrahmanyam and M. Barma
    “Physics and chemistry of finite systems: from clusters to crystals” Vol. I, edited by P. Jena, S.N. Khanna and B.K. Rao (Kluwer Academic, Boston, 1992), p.549.

  8. “Exact results for hybridized, correlated bands in one dimension” M. Barma “Valence Fluctuations in Solids”, edited by L.M. Falicov, W. Hanke and M.B. Maple, (North Holland, Amsterdam, 1981) p.385.

  9. “Theoretical approach to the configuration fluctuation in $Sm$ chalcogenides” T.A. Kaplan, S.D. Mahanti and M. Barma “High pressure and low temperature physics”, edited by C.W. Chu and J.A. Woollam (Plenum Press, New York, 1978), p.141.

  10. “Theoretical approach to the configuration mixing in $Sm$ chalcogenides” T.A. Kaplan, S.D. Mahanti and M. Barma “Valence instabilities and related narrow-band phenomena”, edited by R.D. Parks (Plenum Press, New York, 1977), p.153.

  11. “Volume collapse in solids” M. Barma, S.D. Mahanti and T.A. Kaplan “Valence instabilities and related narrow-band phenomena”, edited by R.D. Parks (Plenum Press, New York, 1977), p.431.

Proceedings of National Symposia and Meetings

  1. “Clustering of advected passive sliders on a fluctuating surface” A. Nagar, M. Barma and S.N. Majumdar, National Conference on Nonlinear Systems and Dynamics (Kharagpur), p. 85 (2003).

  2. “Conservation laws and integrability in one-dimensional dimer diffusion” G.I. Menon, M. Barma and D. Dhar, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India),  38C, 81 (1995).

  3. “Driven lattice gas with quenched disorder” G. Tripathy and M. Barma, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India),  38C, 80 (1995).

  4. “Pattern formation in interface depinning” S. Krishnamurthy and M. Barma, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India), 38C, 429 (1995).

  5. “Slow dynamics in a model of deposition and evaporation in one dimension” M. Barma and D. Dhar, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India),  36C, 489 (1993).

  6. “Small metal particles and the ideal Fermi gas” M. Barma, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India) (1989).

  7. “Local symmetry and mixed valence in the Falicov-Kimball model” V. Subrahmanyam and M. Barma, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  30C, 144 (1987).

  8. “Transport in percolation” M. Barma Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  29A, 148 (1986).

  9. “Shortest paths on a diluted hierarchical lattice” M. Barma and P. Ray, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India) 28C, 245 (1985).

  10. “Generalizations of Kramers escape time formula” M. Barma and R. Ramaswamy, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  28C, 66 (1985).

  11. “Effects of interactions on field-induced trapping” M. Barma, Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  27C, 111 (1984).

  12. “Directed diffusion in a one-dimensional bond percolation problem” M. Barma, Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium  24C, 81 (1981).

  13. “Renormalization group study of anisotropic classical spin systems” D. Kumar, R.B. Pandey and M. Barma, Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  24C, 81 (1981).

  14. “Theoretical models of mixed valence” M. Barma “Current Trends in Magnetism” p.309, edited by N.S. Satya Murthy and L. Madhav Rao (Indian Physics Association, 1981).

  15. “Phase transition in a hybridized correlated two-band system in one dimension” M. Barma, Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium(India)  23C, 636 (1980).

  16. “Infinite clusters in quenched $AB$ alloys” M. Barma and J.W. Halley,Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  22C, 493 (1979).

  17. “Critical properties of the dilute Heisenberg magnet” M. Barma, D. Kumar and R.B. Pandey, Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  21C , 538 (1978).

  18. “Mixed valence: theoretical aspects” M. Barma Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  21A, 123 (1978).

  19. “Spin correlation functions in magnetic polymers” M. Barma Nucl. Phys. and Solid State Phys. Symposium (India)  20C, 452 (1977).

Books and Sections

  1. Section on Physics, coordinated by M. Barma and D.D. Sarma, in “Current Trends in Science – Plantinum Jubilee special” edited by N. Mukunda, Indian Academy of Sciences, 2009.

  2. Special Section on “Nonequilibrium Statistical Systems” in Current Science,  77 (3) (1999).

  3. “Developments in Theoretical Physics Vol. I: TPSC Lectures 1988” edited by S. M. Roy, V. C. Sahni and M. Barma Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi, 1989

Popular Articles

  1. “Statistical Physics: an evolving landscape” Physics Teacher 53, 22 (2011).

  2. “My Recollections of Professor B.M. Udgaonkar” M. Barma in B.M. Udgaonkar, Eminent Scientist and Educationist, edited by B. Phonde, P.R. Sheth, S. Naik-Satam and A.P. Deshpande (2007).

  3. “Ill-condensed matter” M. Barma, Physics News (1988).

  4. “Charge and spin fluctuations in cerium compounds” M. Barma, Physics News  12, 82 (1981).

  5. “A phenomenon called percolation” M. Barma, Science Today  15, No. 5, 19 (1981).

Book Reviews

  1. “One hundred reasons to be a scientist” K.R. Sreenivasan(ed.) Current Science, 89, 1623 (2005) .