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Theoretical Physics

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Swagata Mallik
Official Address

Theoretical Physics Group,

1/AF Bidhannagar, Kolkata-700064

INDIA

Phone:- 033-23182224

E-mail:-swagato[at]vecc.gov.in

Swagata Mallik

Present position

Scientific Officer E

Education

>PhD (2016) Homi Bhabha National Institute

(Thesis Title: Statistical and dynamical model studies of nuclear multifragmentation reactions at intermediate energies) 

> One Year Orientation Course in Physics from Bhaba Atomic Research Centre Training School in 2008-2009 (52nd Batch)

> M.Sc. in Physics (2007) : Burdwan University, INDIA

> B. Sc (Honors’) in Physics (2005) : Hooghly Mohsin College (Affiliated by Burdwan University), INDIA

Research Interests

>Statistical and dynamical studies of  nuclear multifragmentation

>Nuclear and hypernuclear liquid-gas phase transition 

Selected Publications

1. Bimodality emerges from transport model calculations of heavy ion collisions at intermediate energy"
S. Mallik, S. Das Gupta and G. Chaudhuri
Phys. Rev. C 93, 041603 (2016) (R)

2. Multiplicity derivative: A new signature of a first-order phase transition in intermediate-energy heavy-ion collisions
S. Mallik, G. Chaudhuri, P. Das and S. Das Gupta 
Phys. Rev. C 95, 061601 (2017) (Rapid Communication)

3. Symmetry energy in nuclear multifragmentation
S. Mallik and G. Chaudhuri,
Phys. Rev. C 87 (2013) 011602 (R)

4. Effect of particle fluctuation on isoscaling and isobaric yield ratio of nuclear multifragmentation
S. Mallik and G. Chaudhuri;
Phys. Lett. B 727 (2013) 282

5. Conditions for equivalence of statistical ensembles in nuclear multifragmentation
Swagata Mallik and Gargi Chaudhuri,
Phys. Lett. B 718 (2012) 189

Talks Delivered 
(Selected)

i) "Event by event simulation in BUU: application to multiplicity distribution:appearance of bimodality" 

6th International Symposium on Nuclear Symmetry Energy (NuSYM16),Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, June 13-17, 2016  
                           
(ii) "A model for projectile fragmentation"
Workshop on Science with Rare Ion Beams (SCRIBE-2012)
Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, November 7-9, 2012