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Yogesh N Joglekar Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Physics
1996-2001 Ph.D. Physics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
1991-1996 Integrated M.Sc. Physics, IIT Kanpur, India.
I am a theoretical physicist with interests in graphene, PT-waveguides, memristors, and mathematics. I carry out research with my colleagues, postdocs, graduate students, undergraduates, and even high-school students. Here is a Q&A in Nature about the it.
Excitonic supersolid and superfluid states in quantum Hall regime and graphene.
PT-symmetric lattice models, memristive systems.
"PT-symmetry breaking with divergent potentials", Y.N. Joglekar, D.D. Scott, and A. Saxena, arXiv:1403.4204.
"PT restoration via increased loss and gain in PT-symmetric Aubry-Andre model", C.H. Liang, D.D. Scott, and Y.N. Joglekar, Phys. Rev. A 89, 030102(R) (2014).
"Coupled optical waveguides: quantum effects and PT symmetry breaking", Y.N. Joglekar, C. Thompson, D.D. Scott, and G. Vemuri, Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. 63, 30001 (2013). (Invited Review article.)
Awards & Honors
2013 Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor, IAS, University of Bristol, UK.
2013 IUPUI Kathryn J. Wilson Award (Center for Research and Learning).
2012 IUPUI School of Science Research award.
2011 National Science Foundation's CAREER Award.
2009 Indiana University Trustees' Teaching Award.