Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Yogesh N Joglekar Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Physics

Education

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. 

Current Research

Excitonic supersolid and superfluid states in quantum Hall regime and graphene.
PT-symmetric lattice models, memristive systems. 

Select Publications

"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). 

2013 KITP Scholar Fellowship (2013-2015).

2012 IUPUI School of Science Research award. 

2011 National Science Foundation's CAREER Award.

2009 Indiana University Trustees' Teaching Award.