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HandMovement Prediction Using LFP Data
(20110808)The last decade has seen a surge in the development of BrainMachine Interfaces (BMI) as assistive neural devices for paralysis patients. Current BMI research typically involves a subject performing movements by controlling ... 
Heavy flavour and direct photon probes of the gluon Sivers function
Traditionally the production of heavy quarkonia, heavyflavour mesons as well as of direct photons, has been used to constrain the gluon density inside the proton. In this thesis, I have assessed various heavy flavour ... 
The Higgs Boson as a Probe of Physics Beyond the Standard Model at the Large Hadron Collider
(20180508)The nature of interactions of fundamental particles is governed by symmetries. These interactions are well described by an elegant and simple SU(3)c x SU(2)L x U(1)Y symmetric gauge theory that we call the Standard Model ... 
Higgs phenomenology and Dark Matter prospects in MSSM, NMSSM and U(1) extended SM
Particle physics today is at a juncture where all particles predicted within Standard Model (SM) have been discovered at the particle colliders while no particles from the realm of physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM) ... 
High Magnetic Field Neutron Stars : Cyclotron Lines and Polarization
(20180416)This thesis concerns with the study of Xray binaries which are gravitationally bound systems consisting of a compact object (either a neutron star or a black hole) and usually a non degenerate companion star, both rotating ... 
High Precision Optical Frequency Metrology
(20090722)Precise measurements of both absolute frequencies and small frequency differences of atomic energy levels have played an important role in the development of physics. For example, high precision measurements of absolute ... 
HighResolution Spectroscopy in Atoms Using Coherent Control
(20171026)The subject of this thesis is the study of coherent interaction of light with matter (atoms) to improve the precision measurements and techniques. Special attention is drawn to get the narrow subnatural electromagnetically ... 
Higher Spins, Entanglement Entropy And Holography
(20170821)The idea of holography [1, 2] finds a concrete realization in form of the AdS/CFT correspondence [3, 4]. This duality relates a field theory with conformal symmetries to quantum gravity living in one higher dimension. In ... 
Homogeneous Operators
(20180613)A bounded operator T on a complex separable Hilbert space is said to be homogeneous if '(T ) is unitarily equivalent to T for all ' in M•ob, where M•ob is the M•obius group. A complete description of all homogeneous weighted ... 
Homogeneous Operators and Some Irreducible Representations of the Mobius Group
In this report, after recalling the definition of the M¨obius group, we define homogeneous operators, that is, operators T with the property '(T) is unitarily equivalent to T for all ' in the M¨obius group and prove some ... 
Homogenization of Optimal Control Problems in a Domain with Oscillating Boundary
(20171127)Mathematical theory of homogenization of partial differential equations is relatively a new area of research (3040 years or so) though the physical and engineering applications were well known. It has tremendous applications ... 
Hyperfine StructureMeasurement in Alkalimetal Atoms and Ytterbium Atom
(20180215)Atomic precision measurements provide a strong testing ground for new theoretical ideas and fundamental laws of physics. Measurement of the Lamb shift in the hydrogen atom is one of the best examples towards this it ... 
Imaging and Spectral Studies of Solar type I Noise Storms at Metric Wavelengths
(Indian Institute of Science, 20050201)Type I noise storms constitute a sizeable fraction of the activeSun component of solar radiation at meter wavelengths. The storms occur over a prolonged duration as intense, narrowband spikes, superposed on a lowintensity ... 
Impact of Disorder and Topology in Two Dimensional Systems at Low Carrier Densities
(20180215)Two dimensional (2D) systems with low carrier density is an outstanding platform for studying a wide spectrum of physics. These include both classical and quantum eﬀects, arising from disorder, Coulomb interactions and ... 
Impact of Disorder, Magnetism and ProximityInduced Superconductivity on Conductance Fluctuations in Graphene
(20180131)The experimental discovery of graphene in 2004 has opened up a new research field in the direction of atomically thin twodimensional layered materials for exploration of many fundamental research problems and technological ... 
Impact of van der Waals epitaxy on structural and optoelectronic properties of layered solids
Emergence of Graphene, Transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) and other van der Waals materials promises to rede fine the building blocks of the future materials and technologies. These materials have gained enormous ... 
Implications in substrate recognition, catalysis and drugdesign Structural basis for neutralization of ribosomeinactivating proteins by their monoclonal antibodies
Cryptic elements of proteins are not visible in unbound structures but become apparent in ligand/substratebound structures. These binary states of cryptic elements in protein structures can impact important aspects of ... 
Inferences on Structure and Function of Proteins from Sequence Data : Development of Methods and Applications
(20180723)Structural and functional annotation of sequences of putative proteins encoded in the newly sequenced genomes pose an important challenge. While much progress has been made towards high throughput experimental techniques ...