Department Details

Centre for Modeling and Simulation

1)    Neeleshwar, S., Saini, A., Bairwa, M.K., Bisht, N., Katre, A., Narsinga Rao, G. (2022). Major Challenges Toward the Development of Efficient Thermoelectric Materials: From High Figure-of-Merit (zT) Materials to Devices. In Z.H. Khan (Ed.), Nanomaterials for Innovative Energy Systems and Devices (pp.103–141). Singapore: Springer. ISBN: 9789811905520.
2)    Konar, S., Arjunwadkar, M., Bagchi, M., Bandyopadhyaya, D., Bhattacharya, D., Bhattacharyya, S., Chandra, P., Gangadhara, R.T., A. Gopakumar, Gupta, Y., Joshi, B.C., Maan, Y., Paul, B. (2015). Neutron Star Physics in the SKA Era: An Indian Perspective. In T. Roy Choudhury(Eds.), SKA-India Science Book: Version 1 (pp.31-52). Pune, India: National Centre for Radio Astrophysics.

Publications Before 2011

3)    Arjunwadkar, M. (2008). Simulation Methods. In P.V. Panat(Ed.), Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics . United Kingdom: Alpha Science International Ltd/Narosa Publishing House. ISBN: 9781842654958/9788173199370.
4)    Kanhere, D.G., Arjunwadkar, M. (1996). Numerical Simulations of Strongly Correlated Systems. In S. Ramasesha(Eds.), Strongly Correlated Electron Systems in Chemistry: Experiment and Theory (pp.196). Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra: Narosa Publishing House. ISBN: 9788173190629.
5)    Arjunwadkar, M., Panat, P.V., Kanhere, D.G. (1996). Spin-Charge Separation in 2D: a Discussion with Reference to Quantum Currents. In E.V. Ludena(Eds.), Condensed Matter Theories Vol. 11 (pp.137). New York, United States: Nova Science Publishers. ISBN: 9781560723745.