Anindya Datta

Affiliations: 
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Area:
Computer Science
Website:
http://www.cc.gatech.edu/computing/Database/faculty/datta.html
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Michael Owen Ball grad student 1994 University of Maryland (Econometree)
 (Database Environments for Decision Support and Control Systems.)
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Datta A, Poddar S. (2012) Enriching the exploration of the mUED model with event shape variables at the CERN LHC Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 712: 219-225
Datta A. (2005) Effects of gravity on structure and entropy generation of confined laminar diffusion flames International Journal of Thermal Sciences. 44: 429-440
Datta A. (2004) Are light sneutrinos buried in LEP data? Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 578: 165-175
Datta A, Konar P, Mukhopadhyaya B. (2002) Invisible charginos and neutralinos from gauge boson fusion: a way to explore anomaly mediation. Physical Review Letters. 88: 181802
Chattopadhyay U, Datta A, Roy DP. (2000) LHC signature of the minimal SUGRA model with a large soft scalar mass Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 493: 127-134
Datta A. (2000) Influence of inlet flow conditions on the performance of a swirl-stabilized combustor burning liquid fuel spray International Journal of Energy Research. 24: 373-390
Datta A. (2000) Entropy generation in a confined laminar diffusion flame Combustion Science and Technology. 159: 39-56
Datta A. (2000) The status of supersymmetry phenomenology Pramana - Journal of Physics. 55: 183-193
Datta A, Raychaudhuri S. (1998) Virtual LSPs at e+ e- colliders European Physical Journal C. 1: 375-393
Datta A. (1993) Flavour democracy calls for the fourth generation Pramana. 40
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