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Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Dr. Sarika Maitra Bhattacharyya


Sarika Bhattacharya (National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, Pune, India)
Methodology: Atomistic Modeling; Mode Coupling Theory.
Applications: Liquids; Soft Matter; Polymers.
Group website: groupsarika.hpage.co.in



Research experience

  • Jan 2010–
    Dynamics in soft matter
    National Chemical Laboratory · Polymer Science and Engineering Division (NCL)
    India · Pune
  • Jan 2000–
    Dec 2010
    Indian Institute of Science · Department of Solid State and Structural Chemistry Unit
    India · Bengalore



Dr. Sarika Maitra Bhattacharyya
Office: H-102, Polymer and Advanced Materials Laboratory
Dr. Homi Bhabha Road
Email- mb.sarika@ncl.res.in
Contact No- +91 20 25903144

Reseach Area
  • Theory and Computational Science  
  • Complex Fluids and Polymer Engineering        
  • Polymer Physics 
 Research Interest
  • Development of new theories and extension of the existing ones to decribe dynamics in supercooled liquids.
  • Dynamics in supercooled liquid regime. Interplay between diffusion and activated motion.
  • Interaction potential and its effect on the dynamics
  • Relation between thermodynamics  and dynamics in glassy system.
  • Diffusion through porous medium.

We develop and use theoretical models to  study dynamical properties in liquids and soft matter systems. Computer simulation studies are also performed sometimes to validate the theories and sometimes to make new predictions. The systems studied are, liquids in their normal viscoelastic liquid regime and also in their supercooled regime approaching glass transition, systems mimicking colloidal systems and other soft matters system like  biological system.

Sarika Bhattacharyya

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