Subir K. Das

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2002-2005 Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Mainz, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany 
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Vadakkayil N, Singha SK, Das SK. (2022) Influence of roughening transition on magnetic ordering. Physical Review. E. 105: 044142
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 K, Vadakkayil N, Das SK. (2020) Aging exponents for nonequilibrium dynamics following quenches from critical points. Physical Review. E. 101: 062112
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
Paul S, Das SK. (2018) Dimension dependence of clustering dynamics in models of ballistic aggregation and freely cooling granular gas. Physical Review. E. 97: 032902
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
Majumder S, Das SK, Janke W. (2018) Universal finite-size scaling function for kinetics of phase separation in mixtures with varying number of components Physical Review E. 98
Paul S, Das SK. (2017) Ballistic aggregation in systems of inelastic particles: Cluster growth, structure, and aging. Physical Review. E. 96: 012105
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