From CERN atom smashers to 84 Ph.Ds

New Delhi: On Monday, 52 Indian scientist figured In the top 2 percent of the world in Scientific Catalog Albert Doger (AD) 2023The classification and analysis system according to which websiteIt is based on the scientific performance and the added value of the scientific productivity of individual scientists.

The scientific AD index was developed by two Turkish scientists, Murat Alper and Cihan Doger, and is a classification system based on several scales, such as the i10 index and the h index.

These indicators take into account factors such as the number of scientific publications a person has issued and the number of times other publications have been cited.

India ranks 21st on a US-led list with 4,935 scientists in the top 2 percent of the world. Here is a list of the top 25 scientists in India according to AD Scientific Index.


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  1. JP Singh, Punjab University

Topping the list of scholars from India, JB, Singh He was part of a team Scientists Who discovered the top quark – a subatomic particle – in 1995.

So far, Singh who was ranked 124 in the list, He continues to study the behavior of high-energy subatomic particles. Some of his recent work includes the study of high-energy collisions and the decay of subatomic particles in particle accelerators.

  1. Dipanoita Dutta, Bhabha Center for Atomic Research

a science officer At the Bhabha Atomic Research Center in Mumbai, Dutta (ranked 129) She also works in high-energy particle physics, with some of her recent work studying subatomic particles that emerge from collisions of high-energy atoms. Among her most cited articles are A paper 2012 Study of a new boson in the Large Hadron Collider.

  1. Gagan Mohanty, TIFR

a researcher At the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mohanty (ranked 186)whose research revolves around the fundamental questions “what are the basic building blocks of matter” and “starting from there, how did it end up in the current state of the universe?”

some him Research interests involving a test The Standard Model of the Atom and the Study of the Higgs Boson.

  1. a. K. Mohanty, Director, Bhabha Center for Atomic Research

Rank 239 in the list, Ajit Kumar Mohanty He was appointed as the 13th Director of the Bhabha Atomic Research Center in March 2019. Mohani has worked in several areas of nuclear physics using the Billitron accelerator at Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (TIFR) and Phoenix and CMS experiments at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), USA, and CERN, Geneva.

  1. Anirban Saha, Shulini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences

saha (rank 333) He is Assistant Professor of Physics at Cholini University in Himachal Pradesh. Saha is currently studying the fundamental laws of nature in the phenomena of high energy physics, dark matter, dark energy, black holes, and a new realm of renewable energy with the help of molecular simulations in materials science.

  1. Prafulla Kumar Behera, IIT Madras

the lake (ranked 398) He is an experimental particle physicist and was part of Belle’s second experienceThe Particle Collider Experiment is designed to produce and detect a large number of particles called B mesons. At the Japan High Energy Acceleration Research Organization.

  1. Piyali Banerjee, IIT Bombay

come in number 441 in the listAnd the Banerjee He is a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Physics at IIT Bombay. Her research focuses on high-energy particle physics, which involves smashing atoms at high speeds to study subatomic particles.

Banerjee was part of the team that studied A New subatomic particle At the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.

8. Prashant Shukla, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre

Rank 462, chocolate He is involved in several international research collaborations at CERN, where he studies high-energy particle physics. his works too involve Experiments searching for dark matter.

  1. Vinod Kumar Gupta, IIT Roorkee

a former Faculty Member at IIT RoorkeeGupta’s areas of interest include environmental engineering, electro-analytical chemistry, chemical sensor development, and waste management.

It was the Gupta team development Effective sorbent materials from waste rubber tires for waste water treatment. His team is also funded by the Department of Science and Technology to identify and use naturally occurring materials to remove toxic pollutants from industrial wastewater.

Gupta is ranked 484 in the list.

  1. Vipin Bhatnagar, University of Punjab

a physical who works in the field of high-energy particles, Bhatnagar (ranked 819) He was also part of the research team that discovered the top quark in 1995.

He also works in the field of computational physics – A branch Where complex mathematical questions in physics are solved using computational methods – and high performance computingwhich uses supercomputers to solve complex problems.

  1. Sunil Bansal, Punjab University

that Assistant Professor at Punjab University, Bansal (ranked 879). he is too Active Member subordinate CMS experience in CERN. CMS, or Compressed Muon Solenoid, is a file general purpose detector – That is, it is designed to observe any new physical phenomenon that the Large Hadron Collider misses. The CMS experience It is one of the largest international scientific collaborations in history, and includes about 5,500 scientists from various fields.

  1. Sunil Dutt, Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, National Institute of Technology

dot (ranked 938) He is also a high-energy particle physicist and Active Member For CMS . cooperation. Some of his recent research work delves into the properties and behavior of the Higgs boson.

  1. Bidangadas Mohanty, National Institute of Science Education and Research

Mohny (ranked 1013) physical study Strong interactions, one of the four basic reactions that occur in nature. Mohanty also took part in the STAR experience – an International cooperation 72 institutions from 15 countries. Collaboration revealed Evidence of antimatter and continue to study its properties.

Antimatter is defined as matter made up of antiparticles (or “partners”) to the corresponding particles in “ordinary” matter. Antimatter is the same as ordinary matter except that it has an opposite electric charge.

  1. Naba Mondal, Tiver

Mondal (ranked 1089) I was included In the development of the Indian Neutrino Observatory (INO) – A A world-class underground laboratory To conduct research in the emerging field of neutrino physics.

Under his leadership, a collaboration of more than 100 physicists and engineers from different research institutes was formed.

Since its inception, Mondal has been a part of Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), located in the Kolar District of Karnataka – a group of defunct gold mines. where Neutrinos experiments and observations were carried out beginning in 1960.

  1. CNR Rao, Jawaharlal Nehru Center for Advanced Scientific Research

Classification 1090 In the list, Rao mainly worked in structural and solid-state chemistry. Rao, who received the ratna spices in 2014, He holds an honorary doctorate from 84 universities around the world and described as a scientist received Every prize is possible In his field except for the Nobel.

Rao made pioneering contributions to fields of semiconductors, nanomaterials, and hybrid materials.

  1. DP Roy, TIVER

Rank 1197And the Roy, who passed away in 2017, made pioneering contributions to region Particle and astroparticle physics. It was his theoretical work that suggested how to look for a telltale sign or signs, That paved the way for the search and discovery of the top quark at CERN in 1995.

  1. Susanta Pal, Cyclotron Center for Changing Energy

Friend (ranked 1375) He is also a high-energy particle physicist with his research Contribute Towards an understanding of dark matterA mysterious particle said to make up the majority of the universe.

  1. Dibasish Das, Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics

trampled (ranked 1396) Works in the field of Quantum chromodynamics (QCD) – theory of the strong interaction of subatomic particles called quarks mediated by gluons.

Das also has experience in computational physics, working with data-driven simulations to analyze physics. In the field of nuclear physics and experimental particle physics, Das worked to develop the electronics and detector devices needed to perform such experiments.

  1. Mohan. V, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation

Mohan (ranked 1423) established Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF) in 1996. His research combines clinical, epidemiological, and genomic aspects of diabetes. Mohan work fields It includes the epidemiology of diabetes and its complications, diabetes genomics, nutrition and diabetes, and fibrocystic pancreatic diabetes.

  1. Papa Potocucci, University of Jammu

ranked 1697, Potukuchi is also High-energy experimental particle physicist He participated in experiments at CERN and Fermilab, USA.

  1. Sapu Thomas, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala

The Vice President of the University From Mahatma Gandhi University in Kerala, Thomas comes in 2,456. He works in the science of macromolecules and green compounds for a wide range of technological applications.

Much of his research revolves around the study and understanding of the properties of Polymers Help pave the way for new applications.

  1. Shubham Pandey, Gurukula Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar

Classification 2590And the Bandy which is part of International cooperation Study of dark energy. He also works in the field of particle physics, and understands the decay of subatomic particles.

  1. Raghunath Sahoo, IIT Indore

saho (ranked 2887) He is a high-energy experimental nuclear physicist. within His research interests use machine listening and artificial intelligence to improve our understanding of high energy physics – the study of the fundamental particles and forces that make up the building blocks of matter.

  1. Vinod Kumar, Jaypee University of Information Technology, Wakinghat

Kumar (rank 3187) He is Dean (Academics and Research) at JUIT. for him Areas of interest Geotechnical materials have been tested, modeled and applied in geotechnical engineering with a focus on solid waste management (SWM) and landslide prevention.

  1. Rakhi Danduna, Foundation for Public Health of India

a professor At the Public Health Foundation of India and at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington, Danduna (ranked 3556) He has led and contributed to a variety of epidemiological and health system studies in India for over 25 years, including communicable and non-communicable diseases and injuries.

Perinatal health and injury has been a major research concern over the past decade, focusing on the epidemiology and broader determinants of road injury, suicide, neonatal mortality and stillbirth.

(Edited by Uttara Ramaswamy)


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