Dr. Deobrat Singh

Dr. Deobrat Singh

Assistant Professor

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),

M.Sc. (Physics).

Research Publications:

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.