Poulose Poulose

Poulose Poulose

Position
Professor
Location
Department of Physics, IIT Guwahati
Room No: 303

Poulose Poulose is a member of the following research group and research areas:

Research group

Research areas

  • Theoretical Physics, High energy physics phenomenology, CP violation, Mass Generation mechanism, Low energy Gravity.

My research focuses on the very fundamental building blocks of the universe. The field of research known under the name of High Energy Physics deals with the dynamics of the elementary particles. The mechanism of Electroweak Symmetry Breaking (EWSB) is one of the least understood aspects of the particle physics today. With the recent discovery of the Higgs Boson at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), it is now confirmed that the Higgs mechanism proposed to understand the EWSB is the right direction. While it is established to a good degree of confidence that the newly discovered particle is indeed connected to the EWSB. But the details like the definite properties of this particle, including its CP-nature, its couplings with various particles, self-couplings, etc need to wait until more data is available, and in some cases, until a new and cleaner precision experiment comes up (remember that LHC is designed to be a discovery machine, not a place to perform precision measurements).

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Postdoctoral Fellow

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Current Research Scholar

Suresh Chand

HRISHIKESH DEKA


Completed Research Scholar

DR. VINDHYAWASINI PRASAD

DR. SATENDRA KUMAR

DR. BISWARANJAN DAS

DR. SHIBANANDA SAHOO

DR. SUBHASISH BEHERA

DR. DEEPANJALI GOSWAMI

DR. SREEMANTI CHAKRABORTI

Completed Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr. Biswajit Choudhury
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Dr. Rashidul Islam
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