PhD dissertations supervised

  1. Interplay of Geometry With Impurities and Defects in Topological States of Matter: PhD dissertation of Dr. Guodong Jiang, 2021
  2. Quantum Geometry of Topological Phases of Matter: PhD dissertation of Dr. YingKang Chen, 2021
  3. On the Design of Fluxonics: Reversible Superconducting Circuits: PhD dissertation of Dr. Dewan Woods, 2022
  4. Facets of Computation Platforms: From Conceptual Frameworks to Practical Instantiations: PhD dissertation of Dr. Rishabh Khare, 2022

Publications and preprints

  1. “Emergent Simplicities in the Living Histories of Individual Cells”, Wright, Joshi, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, arXiv:2404.01682 (2024), in press; to appear in Annual Review of Condensed Matter Physics
  2. “Scaling of stochastic growth and division dynamics: A comparative study of individual rod-shaped cells in the Mother Machine and SChemostat platforms”, Ziegler, Joshi, Wright, Roy, Caruso, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, Molecular Biology of the Cell 35:ar78, 1 (2024). As featured in Purdue News: “A more perfect status quo
  3. “Emergent Spatiotemporal Organization in Stochastic Intracellular Transport Dynamics”, Joshi, York, Wright, Biswas, Arumugam and Iyer-Biswas, Annual Review of Biophysics 53, 193 (2024)
  4. “Architectural underpinnings of stochastic intergenerational homeostasis”, Joshi, Wright, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, bioRxiv:2023.11.15.567256 (2023)
  5. “Non-Markovian memory and emergent simplicities in the stochastic and plastic adaptation of individual cells to dynamic environments”, Joshi, Ziegler, Roy, Wright, Gandhi, Stonecipher, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, bioRxiv:2023.05.27.542601 (2023)
  6. “Cellular dynamics under time-varying conditions”, Joshi, Roy, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, bioRxiv:2023.03.07.531540 (2023)
  7. “Intergenerational scaling law determines the precision kinematics of stochastic individual-cell-size homeostasis”, Joshi, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, bioRxiv:2023.01.20.525000 (2023)
  8. “Emergent Simplicities in Stochastic Intergenerational Homeostasis”, Joshi, Wright, Ziegler, Spiers, Crosser, Eschker, Biswas and Iyer-Biswas, bioRxiv:2023.01.18.524627 (2023)
  9. “Gravitational Response of Topological Quantum States of Matter”, Jiang, Chen, Iyer-Biswas and Biswas, Phys. Rev. B 107, 195403 (2023)
  10. “Geometric response of quantum Hall states to electric fields”, Chen, Jiang and Biswas, Phys. Rev. B 103, 155303 (2021)
  11. “Gauge-Invariant Variables Reveal the Quantum Geometry of Fractional Quantum Hall States”, Chen and Biswas, Phys. Rev. B 102, 165313 (2020)
  12. “Insulator-semimetal transitions from annihilating and restoring topological surface Dirac points”, Xu, Jiang, Miotkowski, Biswas and Chen, Physical Review Letters, 123, 207701 (2019)
  13. “Bulk-Edge Correspondence in Fractional Quantum Hall States”, Yan, Biswas and Greene, Phys. Rev. B 99, 035153 (2019)
  14. “Connection topology of step edge state bands at the surface of a three dimensional topological insulator”, Xu, Jiang, Chiu, Miao, Kotta, Zhang, Biswas and Wray, New J. Phys. 20, 073014 (2018)
  15. “Observation of a Topological Insulator Dirac Cone Reshaped by Non-magnetic Impurity Resonance”, Miao, Xu, Zhang, Older, Breitweiser, Kotta, He, Suzuki, Denlinger, Biswas, Checkelsky, Wu and Wray, npj Quantum Materials, 3, 29 (2018)
  16. “Onset of quantum criticality in the topological-to-nematic transition in a two-dimensional electron gas at filling factor ν=5/2”, Schreiber, Samkharadze, Gardner, Biswas, Manfra, and Csáthy, Phys. Rev. B Rapid Communication, 96, 041107 (2017)
  17. “Disorder enabled band structure engineering of a topological insulator surface”, Xu, Chiu, Miao, He, Alpichshev, Kapitulnik, Biswas and Wray, Nature Communications, 8, 14081 (2017)
  18. “Fractional charge and inter-Landau level states at points of singular curvature”, Biswas and Son, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A., 113, 8636-8641 (2016)
  19. “Dual nature of magnetic dopants and competing trends in topological insulators”, Sessi, Biswas, Bathon, Storz, Wilfert, Barla, Kokh, Tereshchenko, Fauth, Bode and Balatsky, Nature Communications, 7, 12027 (2016)
  20. “Diffusive transport in Weyl semimetals”, Biswas and Ryu, Phys. Rev. B,89, 014205 (2014)
  21. “Semiclassical theory of viscosity in quantum Hall states”, Biswas, arXiv:1311.7149 (2013)
  22. “Majorana fermions in vortex lattices”, Biswas, Physical Review Letters, 111, 136401 (2013)
  23. “STM Imaging of Impurity Resonances on Bi2Se3”, Alpichshev, Biswas, Balatsky, Analytis, Chu, Fisher and Kapitulnik, Physical Review Letters, 108, 206402 (2012)
  24. “Explorations in Dirac Fermions and Spin Liquids”, Biswas, PhD dissertation (2011)
  25. “SU(2)-invariant spin liquids on the triangular lattice with spinful Majorana excitations”, Biswas, Fu, Laumann and Sachdev, Phys. Rev. B, 83, 245131 (2011)
  26. “Exponential behavior of low voltage charge transport in thin organic films”, Colesniuc, Biswas, Hevia, Balatsky and Schuler, Phys. Rev. B, 83, 085414 (2011)
  27. “Scattering from Surface Step Edges in Strong Topological Insulators”, Biswas and Balatsky, Phys. Rev. B, 83, 075439 (2011)
  28. “Impurity-induced states on the surface of 3D topological insulators”, Biswas and Balatsky, Phys. Rev. B, 81, 233405 (2010)
  29. “Power laws in surface state LDOS oscillations near a step edge”, Biswas and Balatsky, arXiv:1005.4780 (2010)
  30. “Phase fluctuations in finite thickness disordered superconducting thin films”, Dubi, Biswas and Balatsky, arXiv:1002.4203 (2010)
  31. “Quasiparticle interference and Landau level spectroscopy in graphene in the presence of a strong magnetic field”, Biswas and Balatsky, Phys. Rev. B Rapid Communication, 80, 081412 (2009)
  32. “Coulomb impurity in graphene”, Biswas, Sachdev and Son, Phys. Rev. B, 76, 205122 (2007)
  33. “Taylor Dispersion with Absorbing Boundaries: A Stochastic Approach”, Biswas and Sen, Physical Review Letters 98, 164501 (2006)
  34. “Theory of quantum impurities in spin liquids”, Kolezhuk, Sachdev, Biswas and Chen, Phys. Rev. B, 74, 165114 (2006)