Bijay Kumar Agarwalla

2017- Physics Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune 
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Jian-Sheng Wang grad student 2008-2013 National University of Singapore
Baowen Li grad student 2009-2013 National University of Singapore
Shaul Mukamel post-doc 2013-2014 UC Irvine (Chemistry Tree)
Dvira Segal post-doc 2015-2017 University of Toronto (Chemistry Tree)
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Saryal S, Gerry M, Khait I, et al. (2021) Universal Bounds on Fluctuations in Continuous Thermal Machines. Physical Review Letters. 127: 190603
Saryal S, Agarwalla BK. (2021) Bounds on fluctuations for finite-time quantum Otto cycle. Physical Review. E. 103: L060103
Kalantar N, Agarwalla BK, Segal D. (2021) Harmonic chains and the thermal diode effect. Physical Review. E. 103: 052130
Saryal S, Sadekar O, Agarwalla BK. (2021) Thermodynamic uncertainty relation for energy transport in a transient regime: A model study. Physical Review. E. 103: 022141
Kalantar N, Agarwalla BK, Segal D. (2020) On the definitions and simulations of vibrational heat transport in nanojunctions. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153: 174101
Pal S, Saryal S, Segal D, et al. (2020) Experimental study of the thermodynamic uncertainty relation Physical Review Research. 2
Friedman HM, Agarwalla BK, Shein-Lumbroso O, et al. (2020) Thermodynamic uncertainty relation in atomic-scale quantum conductors Physical Review B. 101
Saryal S, Friedman HM, Segal D, et al. (2019) Thermodynamic uncertainty relation in thermal transport. Physical Review. E. 100: 042101
Dey A, Bhakuni DS, Agarwalla BK, et al. (2019) Quantum entanglement and transport in a non-equilibrium interacting double-dot system: The curious role of degeneracy. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal
Kilgour M, Agarwalla BK, Segal D. (2019) Path-integral methodology and simulations of quantum thermal transport: Full counting statistics approach. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150: 084111
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