# Sarada G. Rajeev

## Affiliations: | Arts and Sciences | University of Rochester, Rochester, NY |

##### Area:

Theory Physics, Applied Mathematics, General Physics##### Google:

"Sarada Rajeev"#### Children

Sign in to add traineeGabriele Ferretti | grad student | 1989-1993 | Rochester (Physics Tree) |

Levent Akant | grad student | 2003 | Rochester |

Govind S. Krishnaswami | grad student | 2004 | Rochester |

Arnab Kar | grad student | 2014 | Rochester |

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Kar A, Moolekamp F, Rajeev SG. (2013) A hierarchical finite element method for quantum field theory Modern Physics Letters A. 28 |

Rajeev SG. (2013) The geometry of non-ideal fluids Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 462 |

Kar A, Rajeev SG. (2012) Non-Riemannian metric emergent from scalar quantum field theory Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 86 |

Kar A, Rajeev SG. (2012) Scalar quantum field theory on fractals Annals of Physics. 327: 102-117 |

Kar A, Rajeev SG. (2011) On the relativistic classical motion of a radiating spinning particle in a magnetic field Annals of Physics. 326: 958-967 |

Rajeev SG. (2010) A Lie algebraic approach to the Kondo problem Annals of Physics. 325: 899-908 |

Rajeev SG. (2008) A Hamilton-Jacobi formalism for thermodynamics Annals of Physics. 323: 2265-2285 |

Agarwal A, Rajeev SG. (2005) Yangian symmetries of matrix models and spin chains: The dilatation operator of N = 4 SYM International Journal of Modern Physics A. 20: 5453-5490 |

Agarwal A, Rajeev SG. (2004) The dilatation operator of N = 4 SYM and classical limits of spin chains and matrix models Modern Physics Letters A. 19: 2549-2568 |

Agarwal A, Akant L, Krishnaswami GS, et al. (2003) Collective potential for large-N Hamiltonian matrix models and free Fisher information International Journal of Modern Physics A. 18: 917-937 |