# Kinjalk Lochan

## Affiliations: | IISER Mohali, India |

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Sign in to add mentorTejinder Pal Singh | grad student | IISER Mohali, India | |

S Shankaranarayanan | post-doc | 2016-2016 | IISER Thiruvanathanpuram |

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Lochan K, Ulbricht H, Vinante A, et al. (2020) Detecting Acceleration-Enhanced Vacuum Fluctuations with Atoms Inside a Cavity. Physical Review Letters. 125: 241301 |

Muralidharan S, Lochan K, Shankaranarayanan S. (2018) Generalized thermalization for integrable system under quantum quench. Physical Review. E. 97: 012142 |

Lochan K, Chakraborty S, Padmanabhan T. (2018) Unruh effect for inertial observers through vacuum correlations The European Physical Journal C. 78 |

Lochan K, Rajeev K, Vikram A, et al. (2018) Quantum correlators in Friedmann spacetimes: The omnipresent de Sitter spacetime and the invariant vacuum noise Physical Review D. 98 |

Chakraborty S, Lochan K. (2017) Black Holes: Eliminating Information or Illuminating New Physics? Universe. 3: 55 |

Lochan K, Padmanabhan T. (2016) Extracting Information about the Initial State from the Black Hole Radiation. Physical Review Letters. 116: 051301 |

Chakraborty S, Lochan K. (2016) Quantum leaps of black holes: Magnifying glasses of quantum gravity International Journal of Modern Physics D. 25: 1644024 |

Lochan K, Chakraborty S, Padmanabhan T. (2016) Information retrieval from black holes Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 94 |

Lochan K, Chakraborty S. (2016) Discrete quantum spectrum of black holes Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 755: 37-42 |

Sahu S, Lochan K, Narasimha D. (2015) Gravitational lensing by self-dual black holes in loop quantum gravity Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 91 |