Avaroth Harindranath

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Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics 
Area:
High Energy Physics
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Harindranath A, Maiti J. (2017) Effects of boundary conditions and gradient flow in 1+1 dimensional lattice $\phi^4$ theory Physical Review D. 95: 74506
Chowdhury A, Harindranath A, Maiti J. (2016) Physical observables from boundary artifacts: scalar glueball in Yang-Mills theory Journal of High Energy Physics. 2016: 1-15
Chowdhury A, Harindranath A, Maiti J. (2015) Correlation and localization properties of topological charge density and the pseudoscalar glueball mass in SU(3) lattice Yang-Mills theory Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 91
Harindranath A, Kundu R, Mukherjee A. (2014) On transverse spin sum rules Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics. 728: 63-67
Chowdhury A, Harindranath A, Maiti J. (2014) Open Boundary Condition, Wilson Flow and the Scalar Glueball Mass Journal of High Energy Physics. 2014: 67
Chowdhury A, Harindranath A, Maiti J, et al. (2014) Topological susceptibility in lattice Yang-Mills theory with open boundary condition Journal of High Energy Physics. 2014: 45
Harindranath A, Kundu R, Mukherjee A, et al. (2013) Comment on "Proton spin structure from measurable parton distributions". Physical Review Letters. 111: 039102
Vary JP, Honkanen H, Li J, et al. (2010) Hamiltonian light-front field theory in a basis function approach Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 81
Vary JP, Honkanen H, Li J, et al. (2010) Hamiltonian light-front field theory within an AdS/QCD basis Nuclear Physics B - Proceedings Supplements. 199: 64-73
Vary JP, Honkanen H, Li J, et al. (2010) Ab-initio Hamiltonian approach to light nuclei and to quantum field theory Pramana - Journal of Physics. 75: 39-49
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