Dr. Ankhi Roy

My research group activities involve understanding the properties of the hot and dense nuclear matter formed under extreme conditions of temperature and energy density in the laboratory. It consists of analyzing the experimental data collected at the current heavy-ion experiment, ALICE, and simulation study of the upcoming experiments' detector performance, CBM, and EIC using conventional and modern techniques. In the former case, we mainly focus on the measurements of heavy-flavors produced in the hadronic and heavy-ion collisions. Moreover, our group is also engaged in working on QCD matter's phenomenology in nuclear collisions, which includes investigating various aspects of the fireball, such as collective flow, the onset of deconfinement from hadronic to partonic phase, using multiple theoretical and simulative models available in the literature.

Interested candidates with CSIR-UGC-NET-JRF, DST-INSPIRE or GATE qualifications are encouraged to apply for Ph.D. via the online portal and send their CV's via email.

Degree Institution Year
B.Sc. Vidyasagar College (Calcutta Universty) 1994 - 1997
M.Sc. Presidency College (Calcutta University) 1997 - 1999
B.Ed. Scottish Church College (Calcutta University) 1999 - 2000
Ph.D. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay 2001 - 2007
Title Organization/Institution Duration
Associate Professor Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India 2014 - Till Date
Assistant Professor Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India November 2009 - 2014
DST Young Scientist Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India July 2008 - November 2009
Research Associate Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India July 2007 - June 2008
Guest Research Scholar Giessen Universitat, Germany August 2002 - December 2003

    Undergraduate Courses

  1. Physics-I (Modern Physics)
  2. Physics-II (Classical Electrodynamics)

    Postgraduate Courses

  1. Classical Electrodynamics
  2. Numerical Methods
  3. Computational Techniques (under M.Sc. Project)

    Ph.D. Coursework

  1. Numerical Methods
  2. Mathematical Methods and Electrodynamics
  3. Experimental Techniques in High Energy Physics

    Talks and Seminars

  1. Talk on Equity Plan in "Faculty Induction Program-2019" by TEQIP, IIT Indore
  2. Expert Talk on "ROOT" in STC in "Software Tools and Techniques for Scientific Publications: ROOT, GNU Plot, GeoGebra" by TEQIP, MNIT Jaipur

Present collaborations

  • ALICE, CERN Geneva, Switzerland
  • CBM, GSI Darmstadt, Germany
  • EIC, BNL New York, USA
  • Past collaborations

  • WASA-at-COSY, Germany
  • LMD-CAA, USA
  • CB-ELSA/TAPS, Germany
  • Visits for Collaborative Research Work

  • Dr. Ralf Averback, GSI, Darmstadt, Germany (2019, 2018)
  • Prof. Subhasis Chattopadhyay, VECC, Kolkata (2014, 2016)
  • Prof. Amaryan Moskov, Jefferson Lab and Old Dominion University, USA (2014)
  • Prof. James Ritman and Dr. Susan Schafmand, Institute of Kern Physics, Juelich, Germany (2010, 2012)
  • Prof. Volker Metag, Justus Liebig Universitat, Giessen (2002-2003)
  • Scientists visiting our lab for the Collaborative Research Work

  • Dr. Ralf Averbeck, GSI, Darmstadt, Germany
  • Dr. Andrea Dubla, GSI, Darmstadt, Germany
  • Dr. Deepa Thomas, The University of Texas, Austin, USA
  • Dr. Susan Schamand, IKP, Juelich
  • Prof. James Ritman, IKP, Juelich
  • Project Title Funding Agency Duration
    Transition Form Factor of the η' meson DST, India 3 years (2008-2011)
    Radiative Decays of Ω meson with WASA-at-COSY COSY-FFE, Germany 2 years (2012-2013)
    η meson decay into γγ* pp reactions with WASA-at-COSY COSY-FFE, Germany 2 years (Oct, 2013-Sept,2015)+extended till June, 2016
    Leptons from Heavy Flavor Decays in proton-proton collisions at LHC DST-DAAD (Indo-German Collaborative Project with Dr. Ralf Averback, GSI, Germany) 2 years (2017-2019)

  • 3rd Heavy Flavour Meet, 18-20 March 2019, IIT Indore.
  • Lecture Series by Prof. Ajit Srivastava, IOP Bhubaneshwar (2016)
  • Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) fellowship in 2013 to perform research with Prof. Moskov Amaryan in Jefferson Lab and Old Dominion University, USA