Dr. Deobrat Singh has completed Ph.D. from Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi, India. His Ph. D. is based on the two form field theory and gauge/gravity duality. His research focuses on fundamentals of variations in structural and physical properties of emergent geometries like black holes, Anti-de Sitter/de Sitter spaces for gravitational/cosmological models. He is currently interested in string-theoretic approach of Quantum Gravity/Cosmology as well as Quantum Computing. He is also interested in the applications of Machine Learning/Data Science in the theoretical Physics/Astrophysics problems. He has publications and presentations in international and national journals, conferences and symposium.
Ph.D. (Theoretical High Energy Physics),
CSIR-UGC NET (JRF), GATE,
Richa Kapoor, Supriya Kar and Deobrat Singh, Quantum effects in topological and Schwarzschild de Sitter brane: Aspects oftorsion on (D\barD)4-brane universe, International Journal of Modern Physics D24, No:2 (2015) 15 50015;
Deobrat Singh, Richa Kapoor and Supriya Kar, Torsion geometries in U(1) gauge theory on D5–brane, Springer Proceedings in Physics Vol.174, Ch.77, pg. 507-512, ISBN 978-3-319- 25617-7 (2016);
Nitish, Deobrat Singh, Supriya Kar, CFT6 Bulk/Boundary AdSQ5 Correspondence and Emergent Gravity, Physica Scripta 94075301 (2019); DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/1402-4896/ab144e
Teaching experience: 4.5 Years
Research experience: 6 Years
Classical and Quantum Field Theory, Classical and Quantum Gravity/Cosmology, Theoretical Astrophysics, Dark Matter and Dark Energy, High Energy Physics, Quantum Information and Computation, String Theory/M-Theory, D-Branes, Solitons and Instantons, Black Holes, AdS/CFT Correspondence, Cosmic Rays, Quantum Field Theory on a Curved Space-time, Vedic Science and Modern Physics.