Indrajit Tah
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Glass transition in supercooled liquids with medium-range crystalline order
I Tah, S Sengupta, S Sastry, C Dasgupta, S Karmakar
Physical review letters 121 (8), 085703, 2018
232018
Non-Gaussianity of the van Hove function and dynamic-heterogeneity length scale
BP Bhowmik, I Tah, S Karmakar
Physical Review E 98 (2), 022122, 2018
202018
Block analysis for the calculation of dynamic and static length scales in glass-forming liquids
S Chakrabarty, I Tah, S Karmakar, C Dasgupta
Physical review letters 119 (20), 205502, 2017
152017
How does a hydrophobic macromolecule respond to a mixed osmolyte environment?
I Tah, J Mondal
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (42), 10969-10978, 2016
142016
Possible universal relation between short time β-relaxation and long time α-relaxation in glass-forming liquids
R Das, I Tah, S Karmakar
The Journal of chemical physics 149 (2), 024501, 2018
92018
Signature of dynamical heterogeneity in spatial correlations of particle displacement and its temporal evolution in supercooled liquids
I Tah, S Karmakar
Phys. Rev. Research 2 (2), 022067, 2020
62020
Quantifying the link between local structure and cellular rearrangements using information in models of biological tissues
I Tah, TA Sharp, AJ Liu, DM Sussman
Soft Matter, 2021
32021
Understanding Slow and Heterogeneous Dynamics in Model Supercooled Glass-Forming Liquids
I Tah, A Mutneja, S Karmakar
ACS omega 6 (11), 7229-7239, 2021
22021
Assessing the connection between cellular rearrangements and local structure using information in models of biological tissues.
I Tah, T Sharp, A Liu, D Sussman
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2021
2021
Role of Static and Dynamic Length Scales in Glass Transition
I Tah
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 2020
2020
Non-Gaussianity of van Hove Function and Dynamic Heterogeneity Length Scale
B Prasad Bhowmik, I Tah, S Karmakar
arXiv e-prints, arXiv: 1805.10870, 2018
2018
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