Parthapratim Biswas

Associate Professor

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Research Interests:

The principal area of my research is concerned with the theory of disordered systems and the modeling of complex materials incorporating a broad range of topics from electronic structure of amorphous solids, and Anderson localization in quasiperiodic and disordered systems to multi‐objective optimization problems in physics.

Research Interests:

  • Materials design as inverse problems
  • Maximum entropy in Electronic Structure of materials
  • Classical moment problems and its applications
  • Diffusion in zeolites and disordered materials
  • Fast ionic conduction in complex glasses
  • Swarm intelligence

Representative Publications:

  • Function reconstruction as a classical moment problem: A maximum entropy approach, Parthapratim Biswas and Arun K Bhattacharya, (J. Phys. A: Math. Theo. 43, 405003 2010)
  • Lyapunov exponents and the natural invariant density determination of chaotic maps: an iterative maximum entropy ansatz, Parthapratim Biswas, Hiro Shimoyama and Lawrence R. Mead, (J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 43 125103 2010)
  • Theoretical modeling of hydrogen microstructure in hydrogenated amorphous silicon, Rajendra Timilsina and Parthapratim Biswas, (Phys. Status Solidi A, 1-4, 2010/DOI 10.1002)
  • Vacancies, microstructure and the moments of nuclear magnetic resonance: The case of hydrogenated amorphous silicon, Parthapratim Biswas and Rajendra Timilsina (J. Phys: Condens Matt)
  • Atomistic modeling of amorphous silicon carbide: An approximate first-principles study in constrained solution space, Ray Atta-Flynn and Parthapratim Biswas, (J. of Phys: Condens. Matt. 21, 2009, 265801)