Dr. B.P. Mandal

Professor
Ph.D. (IIT, Kanpur)
Contact Information:
Tel. 91-542-2313063 (R); +91-542-6701545 (O); 919935048298 (M). Fax:+91 542 2368390
Email Id:bhabani@bhu.ac.in; bhabani.mandal@)gmail.com

 
 
Academic Qualifications:
 
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.Visva Bharti University1988
2.M.Sc.Visva Bharati University1990
3.Ph. D.I.I.T, Kanpur 1996
 

S. No.Name of the Post Name of the DepartmentName of the Inst./UnivDuration
8.ProfessorPhysics DepartmentBanaras Hindu University (India)2010-Present
7.Associate ProfessorPhysics DepartmentBanaras Hindu University (India)2007-2010
6.ReaderPhysics DepartmentBanaras Hindu University (India)2004-2007
5.LecturerPhysics DepartmentMaulana Azad College, Kolkata (India) 2002-2004
4.JSPS Post Doctoral FellowDepartment of Physics Ochanomizu University (Japan)2001-2002
3.Post Doctoral FellowPhysics GroupS.N. Bose National Centre, Kolkata (India)2000-2001
2.Post Doctoral FellowPhysics GroupSaha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata (India)1997-2000
1.Post Doctoral FellowDepartment of PhysicsInstitute of Physics, Bhubneshwar (India)1995-19 97

Brief writeup on area of specialization/awards/achievements:
 

In Quantum Field Theory.
We introduced the concept of Finite Field Dependent BRST ( FFBRST) transformation for the 1st time, which has found many applications in quantum field theory, String Theory, Quantum gravity etc. We work on various generalization of BRST transformations and their implications in the study of different gauge field theoretic models.. These transformations can also be used to solve many of the long outstanding problems in quantum field theory. Apart from these we also work in superspace formulation of gauge theories and non-commutative field theories.
In Quantum Mechanics
Non-Hermitian systems with certain unbroken symmetries can give rise to fully consistent [ real spectrum, unitary time evolution with probabilistic interpretation ] quantum theory in an appropriate Hilbert Space. Such systems have been investigated extensively recently and found many applications in quantum mechanics, quantum field theories. We are investigating various aspects of such theories, in particular we are interested in complex scattering, CPA and spectral singularities.
In Astro-particle Physics.
We are interested in different properties of Pulsars and strange stars. In particular we are studying the origin of pulsar kick velocity and aspect of pulsar glitch. Further we are investigating the QED signature through X-ray polarization measurements.
In Quantum Gravity: ( Generalized Uncertainty Principle )
All theories of quantum gravity and blackhole physics predict existence of minimum length scale called the Planck length. This leads to Generalized uncertainty relation (GUP).At present we are working on the effect of GUP in various quantum systems.
In exceptional orthogonal Polynomials (EOP)
The study of EOPs have been extended to bound and scattering state solutions in ES quantum theories, diffusion equations, random process , quantum information entropies etc. At present we are investigating various aspects of such EOPs to search new exactly solvable systems.

 
Current Research Project:
 

S. No.Name of the Project DurationSource of FundingDescription of Project(Rs)
1. "MATRIX project" (P.I) 2018-2021SERB, DST, Govt. of IndiaOn A Quest for New Exactly Solvable Systems using Exceptional Orthogonal Polynomials

 
Any additional information:
  • Member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Physics and Mathematical Science: 2010-present
  • JSPS postdoctoral fellowship for the years 2001-2003.
  • ICSC World Laboratory (Lausanne, Switzerland) award in theoretical physics in memory of SUBRAHMANYAN CHANDRASEKHAR, in 1998 .
  • Visiting Associate of S.N. Bose National Center for Basic Sciences
  • Merit Scholarship for the years 1983 to 1990.
  • University Scholarship for the years 1986 to 1990.
  • Award for University rank # 1 in B. Sc. in 1988.
  • Award for University rank # 1 in M. Sc. in 1990.
    Visits abroad for professional work:
  • May 14-20,2017 International Conference in PT symmetry, Bad Honnef, Germany
  • Aug 8 - 13, 2016, YITP, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan.
  • July 31 to Aug 7, 2016 Institute of Quantum Science, Nihon University, Tokyo Japan.
  • December 3 2015 to January 17, 2016, JSPS Bridge Fellowship, Nihon University, Tokyo Japan.
  • June 26 July 3, 2013Institute of Mathematical Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto Japan.
  • June 16 to June 25, 2013, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan May 17 to June 16, 2013 Institute of Quantum Science, Nihon University, Tokyo Japan
  • Department of Physics, Helsinki University, FINLAND.Sept 01 to 15, 2012. For research Collaboration.
  • APC, Paris ,FRANCE. During August 26 -31, 2012, To attend an International Conference On Quantum Physics with Non-Hermitian operators.
  • MPIPKS, Dresden, GERMANY. From June 15 -26, 2011. To participate and give an invited talk in the International Conference On Quantum Physics with Non-Hermitian operators.
  • Max Planck Institute for gravitational physics, Golm, Potsdam, GERMANY . From June 01 to June 15, 2011, For research Collaboration.
  • Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, JAPAN, July 25, 2001 to August 2002. JSPS postdoctoral position
  • Atomic Energy Research Institute, Nihon University, Tokyo, JAPAN, October 10, 1998 to November 11, 1998. For Research collaborations.
  • ICTP, Trieste, ITALY June 10, 1996 to June 28, 1996. To attend Summer School in HEP and for research collaborations.
  • CERN, Geneva, SWITZERLAND, June 29 ,1996 to July 07,1996. For research collaborations.

List of 10 major publications

  1. A Khare and B P Mandal,A PT-Invariant Potential with complex QES eigenvalues. Phys. Lett. A 272, 53 (2000). CITATION: 200+
  2. S D Joglekar and B PMandal, Finite field dependent BRS transformations Phys. Rev. D 51,1919,(1995) CITATION: 125+
  3. B P Mandal, Path integral solution of non-central potential Int. J. of Mod. Phys. A 15 1225, (2000). Citattion: 80+
  4. S D Joglekar and B P Mandal, Renormalization in a superspace formulation of gauge theories Phys. Rev. D 49,5617 (1994)
  5. R. Banerjee and B P Mandal, Quantum gauge symmetry from finite field dependent BRST transforma- tions . Phys. Lett. B 488, 27(2000). CITATION : 60+
  6. B Basu-Mallick and B P Mandal, On an exactly solvable BN type Calogero model with nonhermitian PT invariant interaction ,Phys. Lett. A 284, 231 (2001)]. CITATION: 60+
  7. A. Kusenko, A Mukherjee and B P Mandal,Delayed pulsar kicks from the emission of sterile neutrinos,Phys. Rev. D 77 123009, [2008]. CITATION: 50+
  8. B P Mandal and S Verma, Dirac Oscillator in an External Magnetic field ,Phys. Lett. A 374, 1021-1023 (2010). CITATION: 50+
  9. B P Mandal and S Mukhoapadhyay, D-brane interaction in the type IIB Matrix Model, Phys. Lett. B 419, 62 (1998).
  10. S D Joglekar and B P Mandal, WT identities for proper vertices and renormalization in a superspace for- mulation of gauge theories, Phys. Rev. D 55 5038(1997).

A. Full List of publications in referred Scientific Journals

  1. Conformal to Harmonic gauge for Bosonic string,Vipul Kumar Pandey and Bhabani Prasad Mandal. Europhysics Letters 125, 21001,(2019).
  2. Reply to Comment by P. Bosso and S.Das, Harshit Verma, Toshali Mitra and Bhabani Prasad Mandal. Europhysics Letters 125(1):10003 (2019).
  3. Rationally extended many-body truncated Calogero-Sutherland Model, RKYadav,A Khare, NKumari and Bhabani Prasad Mandal,Arxiv:1807.05163Annals of physics, 400, 189-197(2019).
  4. Generalized quantum electrodynamics in the framework of Generalized BRST transformation,Krishnananda kumar Mishra,and Bhabani Prasad Mandal.Europhysics Letter 123, 41002(2018).
  5. Schwinger's Model of Angular Momentum with GUP, Harshit Verma, Toshali Mitra and Bhabani Prasad Mandal. Europhys Lett123, 30009(2018).
  6. New Scattering features in non-Hermitian space fractional quantum mechanics, Md Hassan, Bhabani Prasad Mandal Annals of Physics, 396,371-385
  7. Non-perturbative to perturbative QCD via the FFBRST Haresh Raval, Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Eur. Phys Jour. C 78, 416(2018)
  8. Weyl Degree of Freedom in The Nambu-GotoString Through Field Transformation Vipul Kumar Pandey and Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Euro Phys. Lett. 122, 21002 (2018). arXiv:1805.05527.
  9. A class of exactly solvable rationally extended non-Central potentials, N Kumari, R KYadav,AKhareandBPMandal.Jour.ofMath.Phys.59,062103(2018).
  10. Super Periodic Potential, Md Hassan, Bhabani Prasad MandalAnnals of Physics 391, 240-262(2018).
  11. Tunellingtime in fractional quantum mechanics. Md Hassan and Bhabani Prasad Mandal, PhyLett A 382, 248(2018).
  12. BRST quantization on torus Knot, V Pandey &Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Spinger Proceedings in Physics, Vol203, 513-516(2018).
  13. A class of exactly solvable rationally extended Calogero-Wolfes type3-body problems, NKumari,RKYadav,AKhare and BPMandal.Annals of Physics 385,57(2017)
  14. Rationally extended shape invariant potentials in arbitrary D-dimensions associated with exceptional Xm polynomials, Rajesh Kumar Yadav,Nisha Kumari , Avinash Khare & Bhabani Prasad Mandal, arXiv:1412.5445, Acta Polynechnica,57 (6),447 (2017)
  15. Double Hodge theory for a particle on a torus, V Pandey &Bhabani PrasadMandal Adv. High Energy Physics, 2017, 1(2017).
  16. BRST symmetry for Torus Knot, V Pandey &Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Europhysics Letters, 119, 31003(2017)
  17. A short note on Group theoretic approach to rationally extended shape invariant potentials[Ann.Phys.359(2015)46-54]A Ramos,B Bagchi,N.Kumari,A Khare, B P MandalandRKYadav.Annals of Physics,382,143(2017).
  18. QES extension of Calogero model associated with exceptional orthogonal polynomials, B Basu-Mallick,Bhabani Prasad Mandal & PRoy, Annals of Physics,380, 206(2017).
  19. Scattering amplitudes for the rationally extended PT symmetric complex potentials ,Nisha Kumari, Rajesh Kumar Yadav, Avinash Khare, Bijan Bagchi, and Bhabani Prasad Mandal , Annals of Physics 373, 163 (2016).
  20. Comments on interactions in the SUSY models , Sudhaker Upadhyay, Alexander Reshetnyak,Bhabani Prasad Mandal EPJC76,391(2016).
  21. Parametric symmetries in exactly solvable rea land PT symmetric complex potentials , Rajesh Kumar Yadav, Avinash Khare, Bijan Bagchi, Nisha kumari and Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Jour. Of Math. Phys 57, 062106 (2016).
  22. Maximal Abelian gauge anda generalized BRST transformation,Shinichi Deguchi, Vipul Kumar Pandey, Bhabani Prasad Mandal Physics Letter B 756, (2016) 394. Impact Factor-6.2
  23. Path Integral solution of ageneral non-central non-Hermitian potential Brijesh Kumar Mourya and Bhabani Prasad Mandal,Non-Hermitian Hamiltonians in Quantum Physics,Springer proceedings in Physics,V184,319,(2016).
  24. IRFinite Graviton Propagators in deSitter Space time,Mir Faizal,Sudhaker Upadhyay & Bhabani Prasad Mandal ,Eur. Phys. J. C 76 (2016) 189 , , ImpactFactor-5.1
  25. Equivalence between two different field dependent BRST formulation,S.Upadhyay & Bhabani Prasad Mandal,arXiv: 1503.07390, IJTP 55, 1(2016).
  26. PT phase transition in a (2+1) d relativistic system, Bhabani Prasad Mandal, K.Ali, B. K. Mourya & A. Ghatak, Ann. of Phys. 363, 185 (2015). , Impact Factor-3.6
  27. Relating Green's Functions in Perturbative Quantum Gravity,Sudhaker Upadhyay & Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Eur. J. Phys. C 75, 327 (2015). , ImpactFactor-5.1
  28. Batalin-Vilkovisky action of Chern-Simons theory in superspace , S. Upadhyay, M. Dwivedi & BhabaniPrasadMandal,IJTP54,2076(2015).
  29. Group theoretic approach to rationally extended shape invariant potentials Rajesh Kumar Yadav,Nisha Kumari,Avinash Khare & Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Ann. of Phys. 359, 46,(2015).
  30. A black potential for spin less particles, A. Ghatak, M. Hasan and B. P. Man- dal, Phys. Lett. A 379, 1326(2015).
  31. FF-antiBRST Transformations for the BLG Theory in Presence of a Bound- ary, M. Faizal, S. Upadhyayand B. P. Mandal, IJMPA 30, 1550032(2015).
  32. Batalin-Vilkovisky action of Chern-Simons theory in superspaceS. Upad-hyay, M Dwivedi and B. P. Mandal, IJTP 54, 2076(2015).
  33. Generalized BRST symmetry for arbitrary spin conformal field theory Sud- hakerUpadhyay,&Bhabani Prasad Mandal Phys. Lett. B 744, 231(2015).
  34. Complex Classical Mechanics of a QES Potential, B. P. Mandal, S. S. Maha- jan, (Comm. Theor. Phys.64, 425) (2015).
  35. Emergence of Lowenstein-Zimmermann mass terms for QED3S. Upadhyay, M Dwivedi and B. P. Mandal, IJMPA 30, 1550178(2015).
  36. Imaginary interaction in minimum length M. Faizaland B. P. Mandal, Grav. Cosmol. 21, 4 , 270(2015).
  37. Reciprocity in parity violating non-Hermitian systemA.Ghatak, B. k. Mourya, R. D. RayMandal and B. P. Mandal, IJTP 54, 3945(2015).
  38. Gaugeon formalism in the framework of generalized BRST symmetry S. Upadhyayand B. P. Mandal, Prog. Theor. Exp. Phys. 053B04(2014).
  39. Critical coupling and coherent perfect absorption for ranges of energies due to a complex gain and loss symmetric system M. Hasan, A. Ghatak and B. P. Mandal, Ann. of Phys. 344, 17(2014).
  40. The Scattering amplitude for Rationally extended shape invariant Eckartpotentials,R.K.Yadav,A.Khare,B.P.Mandal,(Phys.LettA379,67(2015)).
  41. Finite field BRST symmetry for ABJM theory in N=1 supersapce,M. Faizal, S. Upadhyayand B. P. Mandal, (PhysLett. B 738, 201(20140).
  42. Statistical Mechanics of DNA Rupture: Theory and simulations S. Nath, T. Modi,R.K.Mishra,D.Giri,B.P.MandalandS.Kumar,JournalofChemical Physics, 139 165101(2013).
  43. Various scattering properties of a new PT-symmetric non-Hermitianpo- tential,A.Ghatak,R.D.RayMandal,B.P.Mandal,AnnalsofPhysics336540 (2013).
  44. Noncommutative Gauge Theories: Model for Hodge theory, S. Upadhyay, B. P. Mandal, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 28 1350122(2013).
  45. Comparison of different approaches of finding the positive definite metric in pseudo-Hermitian theories, A. Ghatak, B. P. Mandal, Commun. Theor. Phys. 59 533(2013).
  46. Finite nilpotent BSRT transformation in Hamiltonian formulation, S. K. Rai, &B. P. Mandal Int. J. of Theor. Phys. 52 , 3512(2013).
  47. The Scattering amplitude for one parameter family of shape invariant po- tentials related to Xm Jacobi polynomials, R. K. Yadav, A. Khare, B. P. Man- dal, Physics Letter B723, 433 (2013).
  48. PTphasetransitioninhigher-dimensionalquantumsystems,B.P.Mandal, B. K. Mourya, R. K. Yadav, Physics Letters A 377, 1043 (2013).
  49. The noncovariantgauges in 3-form theories, S. Upadhyay, M. K. Dwivedi, B. P. Mandal, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 28 1350033 (2013).
  50. FiniteBRSTTransformationsfortheBagger-Lambert-GustavassonTheory M. Faizal, B. P. Mandal, S. Upadhyay, Phys. Lett. B 721: 159, (2013).
  51. TheScatteringamplitudeforNewlyfoundexactlysolvablePotential,R. K. Yadav, A. Khare, B. P. Mandal, Annals of Physics 331, 313 (2013).
  52. Spectral Singularity and deep multiple minima in reflectivity in non-Hermitian (complex) Ginocchio potential , A. Ghatak, B P Mandal and Z. Ahmed, J. Phys A : Math & Gen. 45, 465305 (2012).
  53. Spectral Singularity and Non-Hermitian PT symmetric extension of A_{N-1} type Calogero model without confining potential B. P. Mandal & A. Ghatak., J. Phys A : Math & Gen. 45, 444022 (2012).
  54. Finite BRST transformation and constrained systems, Sudhaker Upadhyay and Bhabani Prasad Mandal; Annals of Physics 327, 2885 (2012).
  55. Entangled quantum state discrimination using Pseudo-Hermitian system, Ananya Ghatak & B. P. Mandal ; J. Phys A : Math & Gen. 45, 355301 (2012).
  56. Noncommutative Dirac oscillator in Magnetic field Bhabani Prasad Mandal and S. K. Rai, Phys. Lett. A 376}, 2467 (2012).
  57. BV formulation of higher form gauge theories in a superspace, Sudhaker Upadhyay and Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Eur. Phys. J. C 72, 2065 (2012).
  58. Finite Nilpotent Symmetry for Gauge Theories, Sudhaker Upadhyay and Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Eur. Phys. J. C 72, 2059 (2012).
  59. The model for self-dual chiral bosons as a Hodge theory, S. Upadhyay, & B. P. Mandal, EPJC 71, 1759, (2011).
  60. Relating Gribov-Zwanziger theory to effective Yang-Mills theory, S. Upadhyay & B. P. Mandal Europhysics Lett. 93, 31001, (2011).
  61. Various forms of BRST Symmetry in Abelian 2-form gauge theory Sumit K. Rai, & B. P. Mandal, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 25, (2011).
  62. Off-shell nilpotent finite BRST/anti-BRST transformations } S. Upadhay, Sumit K Rai & B. P. Mandal, Jour. Math. Phys. 52, 022301 (2011).
  63. Finite Nilpotent symmetry in Batalin-Vilkovisky formulation, B. P. Mandal, S. K. Rai & S. Upadhyay, Europhysics Lett. 92, 21001, 2010.
  64. Generalized BRST Transformation in Abelian rank-2 antisymmetric tensor field theory, S. Upadhay & B. P. Mandal, Mod. Phys.Lett. A 25, 3347-3362,(2010).
  65. Pseudo-Hermitian Interaction in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. B. P. Mandal & Saurabh Gupta, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 25, 1723-1732 (2010).
  66. New forms of BRST symmetry in rigid rotor} Sumit. K Rai & B. P. Mandal, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 25 , 2281-2288 (2010).
  67. Dirac Oscillator in an External Magnetic field, B. P. Mandal & Shweta verma, Phys. Lett. A 374, 1021-1023 (2010).
  68. Absolute anticommutativity of the nilpotent symmetries in the Hamiltonian formalism: free Abelian 2-form gauge theory, R. P. Malik, B. P. Mandal , S. K. Rai, Int. J. Mod. Phys A24, 6157-6176 (2009).
  69. Relating the generating functionals in field/antifield formulation through finite field dependent BRST transformation, Sumit K. Rai & B. P. Mandal, Eur. J. Phys. C63,323-330 (2009).
  70. New QES Hermitian as well as non-Hermitian PT invariant Potentials A. Khare & B. P. Mandal Pramana 73, 387,(2009).
  71. Nilpotent Symmetry Invariance In QED With Complex Scalar Fields: Augmented Superfield Formalism R. P. Malik & B. P. Mandal Pramana 72, 505 (2009).
  72. Superfield approach to the nilpotent symmetry invariance in the non-Abelian 1-form gauge theory, R. P. Malik,& B. P. Mandal, Pramana 72, 805 (2009).
  73. Delayed pulsar kicks from the emission of sterile neutrinos, Alexander Kusenko, B. P. Mandal & Alok Mukherjee, Phys. Rev. D 77, 123009, [2008] CITATION 30+.
  74. PT-Symmetric, Quasi-Exactly solvable matrix Hamiltonians, Y. Brihaye , Ancilla Nininahazwe, B. P. Mandal , J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 40, 13063 (2007).
  75. QES systems, invariant spaces and polynomials recursions, Y. Brihaye, J. Ndimubandi & B. P. Mandal IJMPA 22, 1423 (2007).
  76. Augmented superfield approach to exact nilpotent symmetries for matter fields in non-Abelian theory. R. P. Mallik & B P Mandal, Eur. Phys. Jour. C47 219 (2006).
  77. Pseudo-Hermitian interaction between an oscillator and a spin half particle in the external magnetic field. B. P. Mandal , Mod. Phys. Lett. A 20, 655-662 (2005).
  78. Phase shift analysis of PT-symmetric and non-hermitian extension of $A_n$ Calogero model without confining potential, B. Basu-Mallick, B P Mandal & T. Bhattacharyya, Mod. Phys .Lett. A 20, 543 (2005).
  79. Exciton in matrix formulation of Quantum Hall Effect, Y. Kobashi , B P Mandal & A. Sugamoto, . Nucl. Phys. B679, 405-428, (2004) .
  80. Bound and Scattering states of extended Calogero model with an additional PT invariant interaction, B. Basu-Mallick, T. Bhattacharyya, B P Mandal & A. Kundu, Czechoslovak Journal of Phys. Vol. 54, 13 (2004).
  81. Application of finite field dependent BRST transformations to problems of the Coulomb gauge, S. D. Joglekar & B P Mandal, IJMPA, 17, 1579, (2002).
  82. On an exactly solvable $B_N$ type Calogero model with nonhermitian PT invariant interaction, B. Basu-Mallick & B P Mandal Phys. Lett. A 284, 231 (2001). CITATION: 25+
  83. Quantum gauge symmetry from finite field dependent BRST Transformations. R. Banerjee & B P Mandal, Phys. Lett. B 488, 27 (2000).
  84. A PT-Invariant Potential with complex QES eigenvalues, A. Khare & B P Mandal, Phys. Lett. A 272, 53 (2000). CITATION: 100+.
  85. A superspace formulation of Abelian antisymmetric tensor gauge theory. S. Deguchi & B P Mandal Mod. Phys. Lett. A 15 , 965 (2000 ).
  86. Superspace formulation of an " asymptotic " $ OSp(3,1|2)$ invariance of Yang-Mills theories. Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal, J. Of Math. Phys. 41, 4464 (2000).
  87. Path integral solution of non-central potential, B P Mandal, Int. J. of Mod. Phys. A 15, 1225, (2000).
  88. A number of quasi-exactly solvable N-body problems}. Khare & B P Mandal J. of Math. Phys. 39 , 5789 (1998 ) .
  89. Anti-isospectral Transformations, Orthogonal Polynomials and Quasi-Exactly Solvable Problems. A. Khare & B P Mandal , J. of Math. Phys. 39 , 3476 (1998).
  90. Do Quasi-Exactly Solvable Systems Always Correspond to Orthogonal Polynomials ?, A. Khare & B P Mandal, Phys. Lett. A 239, 197 (1998);
  91. D-brane interaction in the type IIB Matrix Model. B P Mandal & Subir Mukhapadhayay, Phys. Lett. B 419, 62 (1998).
  92. WT identities for proper vertices and renormalization in a superspace formulation of gauge theories, Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal, Phys. Rev. D 55, 5038 (1997).
  93. Local BRS transformations and $OSp(3,1|2)$ symmetry of Yang-Mills theories. Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal, Z. Phys. C 74, 172(1997).
  94. A superspace formulation of BRS/ Anti-BRS symmetric Yang-Mills Effective action, Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal , Z. Phy. C 70, 673 ,(1996).
  95. Superspace formulation of Yang-Mills theories II : Inclusion of gauge invariant operators and scalars. Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal , Phys. Rev. D 52, 7129 (1995)
  96. Finite field dependent BRS transformations, Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal, Phys. Rev. D 51,1919, (1995) CITATION: 30+
  97. Renormalization in a superspace formulation of gauge theories, Satish D. Joglekar & B P Mandal, Phys. Rev. D 49, 5617 (1994).
  98. WT identities of gauge theories from broken Osp(3,1 $\mid $ 2) symmetry in a superspace formulation, Satish D. Joglekar , Phys. Rev. D 49, 5382 (1994).

B. Research articles in National/International conferences/symposia/workshops etc

  1. BRST quantization on Torus Knot Vipul Kumar Pandey &BhabaniPraaadMandal, DEA 2016,EPJC
  2. Relating Gribov-Zwanziger theory and Yang-Mills theory in Batalin-Vilkovisky formalism, Bhabani Prasad Mandal & Sudhaker Upadhaya, AIP Conf. Proc. 1444, 213 (2012)
  3. Skew Quadrupole in sextupole magnets for Indus2 , Gautam Sinha, S. P. Mhaskar, B. P. Mandal & Gurnam Singh, DAE-BRNS Indian Particle accelerator Conference, 2009.
  4. A new QES non-Hermitian PT invariant potential, A. Khare & B. P. Mandal, International conference on `` Non-Hermitian Hamiltonian in Quantum Physics''BARC, Mumbai-2009.
  5. Relativistic Landau levels, Bhabani Prasad Mandal & Shweta Verma, Proceedings of the XVIII DAE-BRNS HEP symposium, 257-261, 2009.
  6. Finite field dependent BRST in field/anti-field formulation, Sumit K. Rai & Bhabani Prasad Mandal, Proceedings of the XVIII DAE-BRNS HEP symposium, 374-377, 2009.
  7. Pseudo-Hermitian interactions in relativistic Quantum mechanics, B P Mandal & Saurabh Gupta DAE symposium in HEP-2006, IITKgp, Kharagpur.
  8. Finite Field dependent BRS transformation, B. P. Mandal & S. D. Joglekar, DAE symposium in HEP-1994, Santiniketan.

Unpublished Papers

  1. Hartman-Fletchereffectforarrayofcomplexbarriers,A.Ghatak,M.Hasan,Bhabani Prasad Mandal, arXiv:1505.03163.
  2. APTinvariantNon-HermitianpotentialwithrealQESeigenvalues.AKhare&BP MandalQuant-ph/0004019.

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