Apoorva D Patel
Research Interests:
 Lattice gauge theories
 Renormalisation group
 Lightfront QCD
 Quarkgluon plasma
 Quantum computation
 Languages of genes and proteins
 Black hole thermodynamics

   

In case you want to get a better idea of what I do, have a look at
my list of publications.
Here is my video lecture course,
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics,
as part of the NPTEL programme.
My work on genetic languages has received wide publicity.
Selected Talks:
QCD:
Computation:
 Institute Colloquium, IISc (20 September 2018):
The Physics of Computation: Directions from the Quantum World (video)
 Talk at International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications, IISc, Bangalore (18 July 2018):
Quantum Communications: Concepts and Prospects
 Talk at TIFR, Mumbai (20 April 2018):
Quantum Computation: Concepts and Prospects
 Talk at the program Open Quantum Systems, ICTSTIFR, Bangalore (31 July 2017):
Understanding the Born rule in Weak Measurements
 Talk at International Conference on Quantum Foundations, NIT, Patna (19 October 2016):
Weak Measurements, Quantum State Collapse and the Born Rule
 Talk at Institute for Quantum Computing, Waterloo (23 June 2016):
Optimisation of Quantum Hamiltonian Evolution:
From two projection operators to local Hamiltonians
 Talk at IIScIEEE Advanced Information Theory Workshop
commemorating the 100th birthday of Claude Shannon (30 April 2016):
Information Theory Meets Quantum Physics
 Short introductory video (2013):
Quantum Computation: A look ahead
 Talk at IEEEIISc Information Theory Workshop (7 September 2012):
Information Theory Meets Quantum Physics (video)
 Talk at TEDxSJCE (15 April 2012):
Quantum Computation: The Magic of Wave Dynamics
 Talk at Conscientia 2010, IISTTVM (5 March 2010):
Quantum Computation: Concepts and Prospects
Life:
Education and Experience:
 Centre for High Energy Physics (2004 onwards)
and Centre for Theoretical Studies (till 2003)
and Supercomputer Education and Research Centre (till 2015)
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
Professor: 2006  present
Associate Professor: 1995  2006
Assistant Professor: 1989  1995
 Theory Division, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
Scientific Associate: 1987  1989
 Theoretical Physics, University of Wuppertal, Wuppertal, Germany
Research Fellow: 1987
 Physics Department, University of California (San Diego), La Jolla, USA
PostDoctoral Research Fellow: 1984  1986
 California Insitute of Technology, Pasadena, USA
Ph.D. in Theoretical High Energy Physics: 1980  1984
 Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India
M.Sc. in Physics (5year integrated course): 1975  1980
Awards and Memberships:
 Associate Member of the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical
Physics, Trieste, Italy: August 1996  December 2003.
 "Rajiv Gandhi" research grant for innovative ideas in science and
technology, 1997, awarded by Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific
Research, Bangalore.
 Associate Member of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore:
July 1990  December 1995.
 "President of India" gold medal for topping the class of 1980 at
Indian Insitute of Technology, Mumbai.
My Students:
 A. Sarva Lakshmi Devi
M.Tech. (Computational Science), 2003
Project: Simulation of a Quantum Computer
 Raghunath A. Ratabole
Ph.D. (High Energy Physics), 2004
Thesis: A Transverse Lattice QCD Model for Mesons
 Tathagat Avatar Tulsi
Ph.D. (Physics), 2009
Thesis: Generalizations of the Quantum Search Algorithm
 Md. Aminoor Rahaman
M.Sc.(Engg.) (Supercomputer Education and Research Centre), 2009
Thesis: Search on a Hypercubic Lattice using Quantum Random Walk
 U. Satya Sainadh
M.S. (Physics), 2014
Thesis: An Efficient Quantum Algorithm and Circuit to Generate Eigenstates of SU(2) and SU(3) Representations
 Roopesh Mangal
M.Tech. (Computational Science), 2015
Project: Spectral Properties of Classical and Quantum Random Walk Operators on Ramanujan Graphs
 Pranav Mundada
B.S. (Research), 2015
Project: Uspin Symmetry in D_s^+ and D^+ Meson Decays
 V. Anjani Priyadarsini
Ph.D. (High Energy Physics), 2018
Thesis: Efficient Quantum Algorithms for Linear Algebra Problems
 Parveen Kumar
Ph.D. (High Energy Physics), 2018
Thesis: Quantum Dynamics of Weak Measurement:
Understanding the Born rule and applying weak error correction
My Ph.D. pedigree can be found
here and
here.
My Wikipedia page is
here.
My page in the Silver Jubilee Reunion Book, Class of 1980, IIT Bombay, is
here.
You can inspect my personal book collection
here.
Information to contact me at home is
here.
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Last modified: 14 August 2014