Shiladitya Sengupta - Department of Physics,Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Shiladitya Sengupta
Shiladitya Sengupta Assistant professor shiladityasg@ph.iitr.ac.in
Areas of Interest
  • Condensed matter theory and simulation, mechanical response of granular media and glass, Condensed matter theory and simulation, Physics of glass formation and supercooled liquids
Professional Background
FromPeriodPositionOrganisation
2016-01-012 years Post-doctoral FellowInstitue of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan
2013-01-013 years Post-doctoral FellowDept. of Chemical Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
2013-01-01Post-doctoral Researcher TIFR Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences, Hyderabad, India.
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
IIS Fellowship for Post-doctoral ResearchInstitute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan2018
INSPIRE Faculty AwardDepartment of Science and Technology, Government of India2016
CSIR-NET Junior Research FellowshipCouncil of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), India.2006
Summer Research FellowshipJawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bengaluru, India2004
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
PhDPhysics of supercooled liquids and glass transitionJawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bengaluru, India2013
M. Sc.PhysicsIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India2006
B. Sc. (Hons.)PhysicsJadavpur University, Kolkata, India2004
Books Authored

Book Chapter: Srikanth Sastry and Shiladitya Sengupta, “Kinetic, Thermodynamic, and Adam-Gibbs Fragilities”
(Chapter 7 of Fragility of Glassforming liquids, Eds. A. Lindsay Greer, K. F. Kelton, and S. Sastry, TRiPS Series), Publisher: Hindustan Book Agency, India, 2014.

 

Refereed Journal Papers
  1. Anshul D. S. Parmar, Shiladitya Sengupta and Srikanth Sastry, Power law relationship between diffusion coefficients in multi-component glass forming liquids, The European Physical Journal E, 41, 90 (2018).   arXiv:1805.04671

  2. Anshul D. S. Parmar, Shiladitya Sengupta and Srikanth Sastry, Length-Scale Dependence of the Stokes-Einstein and Adam-Gibbs Relations in Model Glass Formers, Physical Review Letters, 119, 056001 (2017).   arXiv:1705.09982

  3. Oleg Gendelman, Yoav. G. Pollack, Itamar Procaccia, Shiladitya Sengupta, and Jacques Zylberg,What determines the static force chains in stressed granular media?, Physical Review Letters, 116, 078001 (2016). [Author names arranged alphabetically; selected for the cover page of PRL.]   arXiv:1505.06626
    Our reply, Physical Review Letters, 117, 159802 (2016) to the comment by E. DeGiuli and J. N. McElwaine.

  4. Manoj Kumar Nandi, Atreyee Banerjee, Shiladitya Sengupta, Srikanth Sastry and Sarika Maitra Bhattacharyya, Unravelling the success and failure of mode coupling theory from consideration of entropy, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 143, 174504 (2015).   arXiv:1507.00203

  5. Atreyee Banerjee, Shiladitya Sengupta, Srikanth Sastry and Sarika Maitra Bhattacharyya, The role of structure and entropy in determining differences in dynamics for glass-formers with different interaction potentials, Physical Review Letters, 113, 225701 (2014).   arXiv:1404.0815.

  6. Vishwas V. Vasisht, John Mathew, Shiladitya Sengupta and Srikanth Sastry, Nesting of thermodynamic, structural, and dynamic anomalies in liquid silicon, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 141, 124501 (2014).[Selected in JCP Editors's choice for 2014.]

  7. Shiladitya Sengupta and Smarajit Karmakar, Distribution of diffusion constants and Stokes-Einstein violation in supercooled liquids, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 140, 224505 (2014).

  8. Shiladitya Sengupta, Vishwas V. Vasisht and Srikanth Sastry, Diffusivity anomaly in modified Stillinger-Weber liquids, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 140, 044503 (2014).

  9. Shiladitya Sengupta, Thomas B Schrøder and Srikanth Sastry, Density-temperature scaling of the fragility in a model glass-former,The European Physical Journal E, 36, 1 (2013).

  10. Shiladitya Sengupta, Smarajit Karmakar, Chandan Dasgupta and Srikanth Sastry, Breakdown of the Stokes-Einstein relation in two, three, and four dimensions, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 138, 12A548 (2013).

  11. Shiladitya Sengupta, Smarajit Karmakar, Chandan Dasgupta and Srikanth Sastry, Adam-Gibbs Relation for Glass-Forming Liquids in Two, Three, and Four Dimensions, Physical Review Letters, 109, 095705 (2012).

  12. Shiladitya Sengupta, Filipe Vasconcelos, Frédéric Affouard and Srikanth Sastry, Dependence of the fragility of a glass former on the softness of interparticle interactions, The Journal of Chemical Physics, 135, 194503 (2011).

 

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