Professor of Physics
New York University
Strongly correlated systems, quantum phase transitions, nanoscale physics, dissipative and nonequilibrium phenomena
Aditi Mitra obtained her B.Sc. in Physics at Presidency College, Calcutta, India (1993), her M.Sc. in Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India (1995) and her Ph.D. in Physics at Indiana University, Bloomington USA (2002). After postdoctoral research at Columbia University, NY and University of Toronto, she joined NYU-NY in September 2006.
Her research focuses on understanding nonequilibrium phenomena with applications to cold atomic gases, strongly correlated materials, quantum critical systems, and topological insulators.
List Of Publications:
- Aditi Mitra and Thierry Giamarchi, Mode coupling induced dissipative and thermal effects at long times after a quantum quench, Phys. Rev. Lett.107, 150602 (2011).
- Aditi Mitra and Achim Rosch, Current induced decoherence in the multichannel Kondo problem, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 106402 (2011).
- Jarrett Lancaster and Aditi Mitra, Quantum Quenches in an XXZ Spin Chain from a Spatially Inhomogeneous Initial State, Phys. Rev. E 81, 061134 (2010).
- Zurab Ratiani and Aditi Mitra, 1/N expansion of the nonequilibrium infinite-U Anderson model, Phys. Rev. B (Editor's Suggestion) 79, 245111 (2009).
- Aditi Mitra, So Takei, Y. B. Kim and A. J. Millis, Nonequilibrium quantum criticality in open electronic systems, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 236808 (2006).
- Aditi Mitra and S. M. Girvin, Interedge phase coherence in quantum Hall line junctions, Phys. Rev. B 64, 041309(R) (2001).