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Arthur Brooks Harris grad student 1978 Penn
 (Renormalization-group study of the Potts model with applications to random networks.)
shang-keng ma post-doc 1978-1980 UCSD
Bertrand I. Halperin post-doc 1980-1981 Harvard
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Biswas S, Acharyya S, Roy P, et al. (2020) Efficacy of Chronomodulated Chemotherapy for Palliation of Hematemesis in Inoperable Gastric Cancer: A Single-Institutional Retrospective Study. Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 26: 342-347
Dolai P, Das A, Kundu A, et al. (2020) Universal scaling in active single-file dynamics. Soft Matter
Tah I, Sengupta S, Sastry S, et al. (2018) Glass Transition in Supercooled Liquids with Medium-Range Crystalline Order. Physical Review Letters. 121: 085703
Chakrabarty S, Tah I, Karmakar S, et al. (2017) Block Analysis for the Calculation of Dynamic and Static Length Scales in Glass-Forming Liquids. Physical Review Letters. 119: 205502
Chakrabarty S, Das R, Karmakar S, et al. (2016) Understanding the dynamics of glass-forming liquids with random pinning within the random first order transition theory. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 145: 034507
Karmakar S, Dasgupta C, Sastry S. (2016) Short-Time Beta Relaxation in Glass-Forming Liquids Is Cooperative in Nature. Physical Review Letters. 116: 085701
Karmakar S, Dasgupta C, Sastry S. (2016) Length scales in glass-forming liquids and related systems: a review. Reports On Progress in Physics. Physical Society (Great Britain). 79: 016601
Karmakar S, Dasgupta C, Sastry S. (2016) Short-Time Beta Relaxation in Glass-Forming Liquids Is Cooperative in Nature Physical Review Letters. 116
Bhattacharyya S, Banerjee M, N H, et al. (2015) Bulk-Induced 1/f Noise at the Surface of Three-Dimensional Topological Insulators. Acs Nano
Chakrabarty S, Karmakar S, Dasgupta C. (2015) Vanishing of configurational entropy may not imply an ideal glass transition in randomly pinned liquids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: E4819-20
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