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Assistant Professor (Senior Grade)
guruprasad.kadam@jiit.ac.in

Education:

PhD

Biography:

Dr Guruprasad Kadam is currently an Assistant Professor (Senior Grade) in Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida. He did his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in physics from Shivaji University, Kolhapur. In 2016 he completed his PhD from Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad in theoretical high energy physics.  In 2016 he moved to Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai as a post-doc fellow. He was then awarded D S Kothari  post-doctoral fellowship in the year 2017. He moved to Shivaji University, Kolhapur to implement this fellowship. In the year 2018, he was awarded DST-INSPIRE faculty fellowship. After spending a couple of years at Shivaji Univerity, he moved to National Institute of Science Education and Research Bubaneswar (NISER), Odisha in 2021 to implement INSPIRE faculty fellowship.

Awards and Achievements:

  • Secured all India rank 136 in UGC-CSIR National Eligibility Test(NET) held in December 2010.
  • Secured all India rank 250 in Joint Entrance Screening Test(JEST) held in February 2011.
  • Secured all India rank 349 in Graduate Aptitude Test In Engineering(GATE) held in February 2011.
  • Awarded prestigious Smt. Gangabai Dattatraya Kulkarni Ichalkaranji prize for securing the highest number of marks in Physics at M.Sc. Examination was held in April 2009.
  • Awarded UGC’s Dr D.S. Kothari Fellowship in August 2017.
  • Awarded DST-INSPIRE Faculty in February 2018.

Publications:

1. G. Kadam, Dynamic density correlations in a baryon rich fluid using Mori-Zwanzig- Nakajima projection operator method, Eur. Phys. J. C 82, 644 (2022), [arXiv:2201.06816 ].

2. S. Pal, G. Kadam, A. Bhattacharyya, Hadron resonance gas model with repulsive mean- field interactions: Specific heat, isothermal compressibility and speed of sound, Nucl. Phys. A 1023, 122464 (2022), [arXiv:2104.08531].

3. G. Kadam, H. Mishra and M. Panero, Critical exponents and transport properties near the QCD critical endpoint from the statistical bootstrap model, Eur. Phys. J. C 81, 795 (2021), [arXiv:22011.02171]

4. S. Pal, G. Kadam, H. Mishra, A. Bhattacharyya, Effects of hadronic repulsive inter- actions on the fluctuations of conserved charges, Phys. Rev. D 103, 054015 (2021), [arXiv:2010.10761 ].

5. G. Kadam, S. Pal, A. Bhattacharyya, Interacting hadron resonance gas model in mag- netic field and the fluctuations of conserved charges, J. Phys. G 47, 125106 (2020), [arXiv:1908.10618].

6. G.P. Kadam and H. Mishra, Hadron resonance gas with repulsive mean field interac- tion: Thermodynamics and transport properties, Phys. Rev. D 100, 074015 (2019), [arXiv:1907.02199].    

7. G.P. Kadam and S. Pawar, Hadron resonance gas EoS and the fluidity of matter produced in HIC, Adv.High Energy Phys. 2019, 6795041 (2019), [arXiv:1802.01942].

8. P. Singha, A. Abhishek, G.P. Kadam, S. Ghosh and H. Mishra, Calculations of shear, bulk viscosities and electrical conductivity in the Polyakov-quark–meson model, J. Phys. G 46, 015201 (2019), [arXiv:1705.03084].

9. G.P. Kadam, S. Pawar and H. Mishra, Estimating transport coefficients of interacting pion gas with K-matrix cross sections, J. Phys. G 46, 015102 (2019), [arXiv:1807.05370].

10.  G.P. Kadam, H. Mishra and L. Thakur, Electrical and thermal conductivities of hot and dense hadronic matter, Phys. Rev. D 98, 114001 (2018), [arXiv:1712.03805].

11.  L. Thakur, P.K. Srivastav, G.P. Kadam, M. George, H. Mishra, Shear viscosity η to electrical conductivity σ ratio for an anisotropic QGP, Phys. Rev. D 95, 096009 (2017) , [arXiv:1703.03142].

12.  P. Deb, G.P. Kadam, H. Mishra, Estimating transport coefficients in hot and dense quark matter, Phys. Rev. D 94, 094002 (2016), [arXiv:1603.01952].

13. G.P. Kadam, H. Mishra, Medium modification of hadron masses and the thermodynamics of hadron resonance gas model, Phys. Rev. C 93, no. 2, 025205 (2016), [arXiv:1509.06998].

14.  G.P. Kadam, H. Mishra, Dissipative properties of hot and dense hadronic matter in an excluded-volume hadron resonance gas model, Phys. Rev. C 92, no. 3, 035203 (2015), [arXiv:1506.04613].

15. G.P. Kadam, Transport properties of hadronic matter in magnetic field, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 30, no. 10, 1550031 (2015), [arXiv:1412.5303].

16. 2014 G.P. Kadam, H. Mishra, Bulk and shear viscosities of hot and dense hadron gas, Nucl. Phys. A 934, 133 (2014), [arXiv:1408.6329].

School/Workshop/Conference attended:

1. Lecture Workshop on High Energy Physics, IIT Bombay, India, January 2013 2. XXVIII THEP SERC SCHOOL, IIT Kanpur, India, November 2013

2. Workshop on QCD at high density, TIFR Mumbai, India, January 2015

3. CNT lectures on hot/dense matter, VECC Kolkata, India, February 2015

4. DAE-BRNS HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS SYMPOSIUM 2020

Seminar/Talk(s):

  • Bulk viscosity of strongly interacting matter, Physical Research Laboratory, India, July 2013.
  • Dissipative properties of hot and dense hadronic matter in excluded volume hadron resonance gas
  • Model, Physical Research Laboratory, India,, July 2015.
  • Improving the hadron resonance gas model, Physical Research Laboratory, India, July 2015.
  • Hadron resonance gas model and the transport properties of hadronic matter, (Invited talk) Tata In- Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India, 7 January 2016.
  • Transport coefficients of QCD matter, (Invited Talk), School of Physical Sciences, NISER, Khorda, Odisha, India, November 2019.
  • Criticality in hadron resonance gas model: Thermodynamics and transport coefficients, (DAE-BRNS HEP Symposium talk), December 2020

Sponsered Projects:

Sr. No.

Project Name

Funding     Agency

               Title

Amount

PI/Co-PI

Status

1

 DST-INSPIRE

     DST

Transport Coefficients near the QCD critical point

 

35 Lakh

   PI

Ongoing