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Disputation: Defect Thermodynamics and Kinetics in Polyanionic Cathodes: A Theoretical Roadmap for Na-ion based Batteries and Hybrid Supercapacitors
Disputation: Water Splitting Mechanism on 2D Catalytic Materials: DFT based Theoretical Investigations
In this thesis, we have envisaged systematic investigation to predict the water splitting mechanism on ultra-thin two-dimensional (2D) materials using cutting edge computation.
Disputation: Simulations of Biomolecular Fragmentation and Diffraction with Ultrafast X-ray Lasers
Disputation: Phenomenology of new Neutral Vector Bosons and Parton Distributions from Hadronic Fluctuations
The Higgs particle was first predicted in 1964, and was discovered in the summer of 2012 at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This discovery was the latest in a long list of successful Standard Model predictions spanning the last fifty years.
Disputation: Exploration of extended Higgs sectors, development of a displaced track trigger, and improvements in GRID middleware
Two possible solutions to the Standard Model (SM) fine-tuning problem are presented in this thesis, MSSM and Compositeness.
Defense: Companion wind shaping in binaries involving an AGB star
Opponent: Dr. Eric Lagadec from Université Côte d’Azur, France
Disputation: Atomic Scale Modelling in Photoelectrocatalysis: Towards the Development of Efficient Materials for Solar Fuel Production
Disputation: Exploring the Merits and Challenges of Hyperon Physics: with PANDA at FAIR