Subir K. Das

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2002-2005 Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany 
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Chakraborty S, Das SK. (2020) Relaxation in a phase-separating two-dimensional active matter system with alignment interaction. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153: 044905
Das SK, Das K, Vadakkayil N, et al. (2020) Initial correlation dependence of aging in phase separating solid binary mixtures and ordering ferromagnets. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal
Roy S, Bera A, Majumder S, et al. (2019) Aging phenomena during phase separation in fluids: decay of autocorrelation for vapor-liquid transitions. Soft Matter
Vadakkayil N, Chakraborty S, Das SK. (2019) Finite-size scaling study of aging during coarsening in non-conserved Ising model: The case of zero temperature quench. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 150: 054702
Das SK, Egorov SA, Virnau P, et al. (2018) Do the contact angle and line tension of surface-attached droplets depend on the radius of curvature? Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal
Midya J, Das SK. (2017) Kinetics of Vapor-Solid Phase Transitions: Structure, Growth, and Mechanism. Physical Review Letters. 118: 165701
Midya J, Das SK. (2017) Publisher's Note: "Finite-size scaling study of dynamic critical phenomena in a vapor-liquid transition" [J. Chem. Phys. 146, 044503 (2017)]. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 146: 069901
Midya J, Das SK. (2017) Finite-size scaling study of dynamic critical phenomena in a vapor-liquid transition. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 146: 044503
Midya J, Das SK. (2017) Droplet growth during vapor-liquid transition in a 2D Lennard-Jones fluid. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 146: 024503
Trefz B, Das SK, Egorov SA, et al. (2016) Activity mediated phase separation: Can we understand phase behavior of the nonequilibrium problem from an equilibrium approach? The Journal of Chemical Physics. 144: 144902
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