Phone: +91-80-2351 3989
My co-workers at the Centre are Gauhar Abbas, I. Sentitemsu Imsong, Jayita Lahiri and Monalisa Patra. I have also collaborated with Sumit K. Garg recently.
I am a member of the Editorial Board of European Physical Journal A. I am a member of the Editorial Board of the Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics.
I promise to update this page very soon.
Low energy physics at high precision
I have been involved in a long and intense project developing the theory of unitarity bounds to obtain precise information on form factors, which is a crucial test of the theory of strong interactions. It is best to check out my list of publications on the subject. I have extensively collaborated with Irinel Caprini from Budapest on the subject along with co-workers here.
I have been working extensively on collider physics in the recent past, directing my energy at the kind of 'new physics' that can be uncovered at the International Linear Collider with polarized beam. I have done lot of my in collaboration with Saurabh Rindani and P. Poulose and with co-workers here. I have worked extensively with P. N. Pandita in the past.
Over the years, several students have come and worked with me over the summer break, which is my contribution to 'Outreach'. I no longer work with summer students.
Apparently it is not very well known that anomalies were first discovered by Hamlet. I take this opportunity to set this historical mistake right. "...And enterprises of great pith and moment, In this regard, their currents turn awry, And lose the name of action." See Act III, Scene I of W. Shakespeare's HamletJohn Updike on my name
Apparently John Updike was so impressed by the name Ananthanarayanan he wrote a poem on it....
"I Missed His Book, But I Read His Name" by Updike, John (1932-) Though authors are a dreadful clan To be avoided if you can, I'd like to meet the Indian, M. Anantanarayanan. I picture him as short and tan. We'd meet, perhaps, in Hindustan. I'd say, with admirable elan , "Ah, Anantanarayanan -- I've heard of you. The Times once ran A notice on your novel, an Unusual tale of God and Man." And Anantanarayanan Would seat me on a lush divan And read his name -- that sumptuous span Of "a's" and "n's" more lovely than "In Xanadu did Kubla Khan" -- Aloud to me all day. I plan Henceforth to be an ardent fan of Anantanarayanan -- M . Anantanarayanan. * "The Silver pilgrimage," by M. Anantanarayanan ....160 pages. Criterion. $3.95. The TimesMy favourite poem
The Wombat The wombat lives across the seas, Among the far Antipodes. He may exist on nuts and berries, Or then again, on missionaries; His distant habitat precludes Conclusive knowledge of his moods. But I would not engage the wombat In any form of mortal combat. - Ogden Nash
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December 14, 2011