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Department of Physics

Dr. Bikash Chandra Paul

Dr. Bikash Chandra Paul


M. Sc., Ph. D.

Professor

Members of Learned Societies: Life Member of Indian Association of General Relativity and Gravitation (IAGRG),
Council Member of IAGRG (2010-2014)


Contact Addresses:

Phone +91-9434539881 (M)
Mailing Address Prof. B. C. Paul, Department of Physics, University of North Bengal, P.O.- NBU, Dist- Darjeeling, West Bengal, Pin -734013, India.
e-Mail [email protected], [email protected]

Subject specialization: Theoretical Physics (Astrophysics & Cosmology), M. Sc. (Physics, Specialization : Electronics & Radio Physics)

Areas of Research Interest: Theoretical Physics (Astrophysics & Cosmology)

  1. Cosmology : Relativistic Cosmology, Quantum Cosmology, Accelerating Universe,Dark matter, Dark energy, Modified Gravity, Emergent Universe Model, Dynamical Wormholes, Primordial Black Holes;
  2. Astrophysics : Relativistic models of Neutron Star, Black Holes, Data Analysis :X-Ray Pulsar.

 

No. of Ph.D. students:    (a) Supervised: 09      (b) Ongoing: 03

No. of M.Phil. students: (a) Supervised: NA       (b) Ongoing: NA

No. of Publications:        (a) Journal(s) : 105     ( b) Book(s) : 01           (c) Book chapter(s): 05           (d) Others: 05

Achievement & Awards:

  • TWAS-UNESCO Associateship (2007-2011, 2013-2017) : Visited Centre of Excellence CAS, Beijing and Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics China (KITPC), Peoples Republic of China.
  • Visiting Associate of Inter-University Centre for Astronomy & Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune (August 01, 2006 onwards)
  • Visiting Associate of Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc), Chennai (2013-2016)
  • Visiting Associate of S N Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences (SNBNCBS), Kolkata (2014 - 2017)
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship in South Africa (Aug-Oct, 1996).
  • ISRO Fellowship (26.09.84-02.04.85)
  • UGC NET Qualified (1984), UGC Junior Research Fellow and Senior Research Fellowship (1985-1990)
  • UGC Minor Research Projects, NBU (2005, 2007, 2009-2011)
  • National Scholarship (on B. Sc. (Hons.)) Result)
  • N F Rly Merit Scholarship (HSLC result)
  • B. Sc. (Honours in Physics) University Silver Medal (University Rank : Second )
  • M. Sc. (Physics) University Gold Medal & T.P Roy Memorial Medal (University Rank : First)

Professional Experiences:

Research in Astrophysics and Theoretical Physics : 35 years

Post Graduate Faculty (Physics) : 21 years

  • Professor (29.01.2015-continuing)
  • Associate Professor (29.01.2012 -  28.01.2015 )
  • Reader (29.01.2009-28.01.2012)
  • Senior Lecturer, Physics Department, NBU (27.08.03-28.01.2009)
  • Lecturer, Physics Department, NBU ( 27.08.1999 – 26.08.2003 )
  • Sr. Research Assistant at North Bengal University ( 02.04.1991  - 26.08.1999 *) During 1991-1996,  also involved academically in Teaching PG courses of NBU
  • Assistant Regional Director (ARD), at IGNOU, Regional Office for West Bengal and Sikkim (Bikash Bhavan 4th Floor, Salt Lake, Kolkata) ( *Work Experience one year On lien 1.10.1992-30.09.1993)
  • Lecturer, Sikkim Govt. College, Sikkim ( 14.11.1990- 01.04.1991 )
  • Post Graduate Teacher, K. V. Khaprail, Sukna, ( 03.07.1990-13.11.1990)

Other Experiences:

  • Dy. Director of Preparatory SERC School on Theoretical High Energy Physics (THEP) at NBU (2012)
  • Organised National Level Seminar at NBU as Jt. Co-ordinator (March 2001) and as a Secretary of several seminars (FTAG-IV, Frontier’s in Physics, Hundred Year Celebration of Einstein’s three papers etc. ) (Jan. 3-5, 2005), School on Recent Advances in Cosmology (Feb. 21-26, 2011).
  • Celebrating Centenary Year of General Relativity, IAGRG Conference held at Raman Research Institute (March 18-20, 2015)
  • Coordinator of IUCAA sponsored Winter school on General Relativity and its applications (Nov 2015)
  • Organized a number of Public Outreach Program in collaboration with North Bengal Science Centre, Matigara, International Year of Astronomy (IYA-2009),  Small Telescope Making Workshop for School Children (May 2009) was arranged at IRC, NBU including Popular Lectures delivered by eminent Astrophysicists : Profs. J. V. Narlikar, S. Ananthakrishnan, A. K. Kembhavi, Naresh Dadhich, Dipankar Bhattacharyya (IUCAA, Pune) and Dr.  D. P. Duari (M P Birla Planetarium, Kolkata).
  • Organized Refresher Course as a Course Coordinator (Jan. 4 - 24, 2012) in Physics and other in Inter-Disciplinary Subject Physics and Mathematics at UGC ASC, NBU (Jan 09-29, 2013)
  • Honourary Dy. Director, ASC, NBU (June 2012-March 2014) : Organized a  number of Orientation Programs (OP) of UGC ASC as a Coordinator during (2012-2014)
  • Organized Group Monitoring Workshop : DST FAST track-NBU as Local Coordinator (Aug. 22-24, 2013)
  • IUCAA Sponsored Workshop on X-Ray Astronomy - Coordinator, IRC, NBU (Mar. 23-25, 2013)
  • Coordinator, Workshop on Disaster Management, UGC ASC, NBU (Mar. 29-30, 2013)
  • Workshop on Astronomy DATA Analysis-  IRC, NBU as Coordinator (Dec. 16-17, 2013)
  • 22nd West Bengal Science Congress (Feb 28-Mar 01, 2015) (as a Vice President)
  • 45th Annual Convocation of North Bengal University (26.02.2015) taken part as a Registrar (Officiating), North Bengal University
  • Coordinator, IUCAA Resource Centre (18.06.2007-31.3.2019)
  • Coordinator, IUCAA Centre for Astronomy Research & Development (ICARD) from 01.04.2019
  • Coordinator of one day Awareness Program on Importance of Intellectual Property Rights jointly organized by North Bengal University and PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industries, New Delhi (Nov. 11, 2019)
  • Organized Workshop on Astrophysics and Astronomy for Women in India at Diamond Harbour Women’s University, Sirsa (Jan 31 – Feb 01, 2020).

Visited the Foreign University/Institutes for Research work:

  • International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, ITALY   participated Summer  School  in  High  Energy Physics and Cosmology        (June 16-July 20, 1991).
  • Visiting PDF at Zululand University,  South Africa (Aug 11 - Oct 30, 1996)
  • IAU 8th Asian Pacific Regional Meeting -2002, National Science Centre, Tokyo, Japan  (July 2-5, 2002).
  • Visiting Scientist at Zululand University and Kwa-Zulu Natal University, South Africa ( June 2 – July 9, 2004).
  • Visited Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) Beijing, China (June 5-17, 2006,  Oct. 22-Dec. 15, 2007,  June 02-July 25, 2014).
  • Visited Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, France (June 26-July 13, 2006)
  • Short term visitor ICTP, Trieste, Italy (July 3-August 17, 2007, June 7-23, 2009)
  • Visited University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (Dec 13-18, 2016)
  • Visited University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom (Dec. 15-20. 2019)

Administrative Experiences:

  • Head, Department of Physics, NBU (Feb 9, 2010-Feb 8, 2012)
  • Deputy Director, UGC ASC, NBU (June 2012-March 31, 2015)
  • Registrar (Officiating) (April 3, 2014-May 29, 2014)
  • Registrar (Officiating)  (August 2014-Feb 28, 2015)
  • Head, Department of Physics, NBU (Feb 8, 2016-Feb 7, 2018)
  • Dean (PG Faculty of Sciences, NBU) (July 2017-June 2020)

Other information:

Chaired a Session at

  • Workshop on Strings and Cosmology (Oct 27-Nov. 1, 2004) at IUCAA, Pune
  • Primordial Features and Non-Gaussianities (PFNG-2010) at HRI, Allahabad(Dec. 15-18, 2010)
  • Workshop Chair, Classical Gravity (including gravity Wave) at 27th Meeting of IAGRG, Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Srinagar (March 7-9,2013)

Collaborative work with:

  • IUCAA, Pune,
  • Lucknow University, UP
  • Jadavpur University, Jadavpur
  • IIEST, Shibpur (formerly BESU) 
  • S N Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata 
  • Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi 
  • Raman Research Institute, Bengaluru 
  • Bangalore University, Bengaluru 
  • University of Zululand, South Africa 
  • University of Natal, South Africa 
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA

Different Committees at North Bengal University:

  • President, NBU Teacher’s Council (2015-16)
  • Jt. Secretary, NBU Teacher’s Council (2011-13)
  • Member of Faculty Council for P.G. studies in Sciences, NBU 
  • Member for the Board of Under-Graduate studies in Physics at NBU 
  • Member of P.G. Board of studies in Physics at NBU 
  • Member of Project Monitoring Unit (RUSA-2016) at NBU
  • . Member of Development Committee of UNB 
  • Consultation Program in the light of National Curriculum Framework 2005 – SCERT (WB) and Siliguri B. Ed. College, 
  • Member of UG Board of Studies, Gour Banga University 
  • Member of PG Syllabus Committee at NBU, Panchanan Barma University, Coochbehar 
  • PG BOS Member, Physics Department, Sikkim University (2015-2018) 
  • Member of PG Board of Studies, CPBU, Coochbehar 
  • Member of Distance Education Monitoring Committee, NBU 
  • NBU Executive Council Member (as a Dean (Science), 2017-2020) 
  • NBU Court Member (HOD Physics 2010-12, 2016-18) 
  • Dean (PG Faculty of Science) University of North Bengal (2017-2020)

Research Projects:

Ongoing Project: 01

  • DST-SERB Project entitled "Theoretical and Observational Aspects of Compact Objects"(2017-2020)

Completed: 01

Major Research Project

  • UGC Major Research Project on "Cosmologies, Dark matter & Dark Energy" (2013-2016) Funded by UGC, New Delhi (Report : Front_Page and Detail_Report F No.42-783/2013(SR))

Minor Research Project Completed: 05

Reviewed Papers in Journals:

  • Reviewer of Pramana, Int. Journal of Theoretical Physics, Europian Physical Journal C, New Astronomy, Classical and Quantum Gravity, Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (JCAP). 
  • Editorial Board Member of American Journal of Modern Physics, 
  • Editorial Board Member of International Journal of Physics and Mathematical Sciences (JPMS)

List of Publications:

S. No.

Author(s)

Title

Name of Journal

Volume

Page

Year

1.

B. C. Paul, D. P. Datta, S. Mukherjee

Chaotic Inflationary Scenario in an Anisotropic Universe

Mod. Phys. Letts. A

1

149

1986

2.

B. C. Paul, D. P. Datta, S. Mukherjee

Early Universe in Modified Starobinsky Model

Mod. Phys. Letts. A

3

843

1988

3.

B. C. Paul,  S. Mukherjee

Higher Dimensional Cosmology with Gauss-Bonnet terms

Physics Teacher

31

183

1989

4.

B. C. Paul

Amader ViswaBramhanda

NBU Physics alumni Association Souvenior

 

 

1991

5.

B. C. Paul

The Inflationary Models of the Early Universe

North Bengal University (Ph. D.)

Thesis

 

1990

6.

B. C. Paul,  S. Mukherjee

Higher Dimensional Cosmology with Gauss-Bonnet terms and the  Cosmological Constant Problem

Phys. Rev. D

42

2595

1990

7.

S. Mukherjee,  B. C. Paul,            A. Kshirsagar,  N. Dadhich

Gravitational Instantons with Scalar field

Phys. Rev. D

45

2772

1992

8

B. C. Paul, S. Mukherjee,               A. Beesham

Wormholes in Higher Dimensions with Gauss-Bonnet terms

Pramana, A Journal of Physics

44

133

1995

9.

B. C. Paul, G. P. Singh
A. Beesham, S. Mukherjee

Primordial Black Hole Pair Creation in R^2 - theory

Procee. Of Hanno Rund Conference, Ed.: S. D. Maharaj

 

80-84

1996

10.

B. C. Paul,  A. Beesham

Higher Derivative theory with Viscosity

8th Marcel Grossmann Meeting (June 22-27, 1997)-ed. T. Piran and R. Ruffini

World Scientific

 

1997

11.

S. Mukherjee, B. C. Paul,              N. Dadhich

General Solutions for Relativistic Star

Class. & Quantum Grav.

14

3475

1997

12.

B. C. Paul, S. Mukherjee,            A. Beesham

Qualitative Analysis of Causal cosmological Models in (1 + 1) Dimensions

University of Zululand Internal Report

 

 

1998

13.

B. C. Paul,  G. P. Singh
A. Beesham, S. Mukherjee

Primordial Black Hole Pair Creation in R^2- theory

Mod. Phys. Lett. D

13

2289

1998

14

B. C. Paul, S. Mukherjee,              A. Beesham

Viscous Cosmological Models in (1 + 1) Dimensions

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

7

567

1998

15.

B. C. Paul, S. Mukherjee,           A. Beesham

Higher Derivative theory with Viscosity

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

7

499

1998

16.

B. C. Paul, S. Mukherjee,           A. Beesham

Dissipative Cosmology in (1 + 1 ) Dimensions

NBU Science & Technology Review

10

44-53

1999

17.

B. C. Paul

Exact Scalar  field  Cosmologies in a Higher Derivative theory

Pramana, A Journal of Physics

53

853

1999

18

B. C. Paul,  S. Mukherjee

Open Inflation in Higher Derivative Theory

 THE UNIVERSE : Visions and Perspectives - eds. N. K. Dadhich  and A. K. Kembhavi

 Chap-   

       23 

253-260

2000

19.

B. C. Paul

Probability for Primordial Black Holes  in a Higher Dimensional Universe

 Phys. Rev. D

61

024032

2000

20.

B. C. Paul

Viscous Cosmologies with extra dimensions

Phys. Rev. D

64

027302

2001

21.

B. C. Paul

On the mass of a uniform density star in Higher Dimensions

Classical and Quantum Gravity  

18

2637

2001

22.

S. Chakraborty,  B. C. Paul

Inflation in Bianchi models and Cosmic no-hair theorem

Physical Review D 

64

127502

2001

23.

B. C. Paul

Inflationary Cosmologies in an anisotropic Brane world 

Phys. Rev. D

64

124001

2001

24.

B. C. Paul ,  S. Mukherjee,            R. Tavakol

Instantons in Higher Derivative theories

Procee. IAU 8th Asian Pacific Regional Meeting eds. S. Tkeuchi,  J Hearnshu, T. Hanwa

Vol : II

313

2002

25.

B. C. Paul, A. Saha

Probability for Primordial black holes in Higher derivative theories

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

11

493

2002

26.

B. C. Paul,  S. Mukherjee,            R. Tavakol

Singular Instantons in higher derivative theories

Phys. Rev. D

65

064020

2002

27.

B. C. Paul,   S. Mukherjee

Gravitational Instantons – Recent developments

Mod. Phys. Letts. A

17

1123

2002

28.

B. C. Paul,  S. Chakraborty

Inflaton field and Primordial black hole

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

11

1435

2002

29.

B. C. Paul

Inflation in Bianchi Models and the Cosmic no hair theorem in Brane world

Phys. Rev. D

66

124019

2002

30.

B. C. Paul

Chaotic Inflationary Universe on Brane

Phys. Rev. D

68

127501

2003

31.

B. C. Paul, M. Sami

Note on Inflation with a Tachyonic rolling on the Gauss-Bonnet Brane

Phys. Rev. D

70

027301

2004

32.

B. C. Paul

Relativistic Star solution in Higher dimensions

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

13

229

2004

33.

S. Mukherjee,  B. C. Paul,          S. D. Maharaj,  A. Beesham

Emergent Universe in Starobinsky Model

ArXiv: gr-qc/0506103

 

 

2005

34.

B. C. Paul

Chaotic Inflationary Scenario On Brane

Procee. International Conference on Contem. Issues in Nuclear and Particle Physics, Jadavpur University

Feb 4-7, 2005

 

2005

35.

B. C. Paul,   A. Beesham

Power-law Inflation and the Cosmic no hair theorem in Brane world

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

14

893

2005

36.

B. C. Paul,  R. Tikekar

A Core Envelope model of  Compact stars

Gravitation  &   Cosmology  

11

 244

2005

37.

D. Paul, B. C. Paul

Probability for a Primordial Black hole Pair in 1/R-Gravity

Phys. Rev. D

72

064012

2005

38.

B. C. Paul,   Dilip Paul

Inflationary Universe with Tachyon field

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D 

14

1831

2005

39.

B. C. Paul

An Overview of Cosmology

Proceeding of UGC Sponsored State Level Seminar on IYP : Approaches & Understanding
 March 26-27,2006

 

 

2006

40.

S. Mukherjee,  B. C. Paul,          N. K. Dadhich, S. D. Maharaj,      A. Beesham,

Emergent Universe with Exotic Matter

Class and Quantum Grav.

23

6927

2006

41.

B. C. Paul

Chaotic Inflationary Universe on Brane

Procee. Of  IAGRG (2006)-ed. R. Bali.

 

 

2006

42.

B. C. Paul, D. Paul

Probability of Primordial Black Hole  Pair Creation in a Modified Gravitational theory

Physical Review D

74

084015

 

2006

43.

P. S. Debnath, B. C. Paul

Cosmological Models with variable Gravitational and Cosmological constant in  R^2-Gravity

 Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

15

189

2006

44.

B C Paul, P. Thakur,
A. Saha

Holographic Dark Energy Models with Generalized Chaplygin Gas

ICTP :Report IC/IR/2007/006.

 

 

2007

45.

 P. S. Debnath, B. C. Paul,           A. Beesham

Viscous cosmologies with variable Lambda in higher derivative gravity                                                      

Phys. Rev. D

 76

123505

2007

46.

B. C. Paul, P. Thakur,
A. Saha

Modified Chaplygin Gas as a Scalar field and Holographic Dark Energy Model

 arXive:0809.3491

 

 

2008

47.

B. C. Paul

Effect of Higher Dimensions on Compact Stars

Procee.  Workshop on Physics of  the Warped Extra Dimensions-ed.  
S. Kar

 

155-159

 

2008

48.

B. C. Paul, A. Saha, S. Ghose

Probability for Primordial Black Holes in  a Multidimensional Universe with non-linear   scalar   curvature terms

Phys. Rev. D

78

084007

2008

49.

B. C. Paul, Dilip Paul

Anisotropic Bianchi-I Universe with Phantom field

PRAMANA-Journal of Physics,

71

1247

2008

50.

D. Paul, B.C. Paul, X. H. Meng

Inflation with Hyperbolic Potential in the Brane-world model

Pramana Journal of  Physics

72

903-914.

2009

51.

 B. C. Paul, P. S. Debnath,           S. Ghose

Accelerating Universe in Modified Theories of Gravity

Phys. Rev. D

79

083534      

2009

52.

P. Thakur, S. Ghose,    B. C. Paul

Modified Chaplygin Gas and constraints on its B parameter from Cold Dark Matter and Unified Dark Matter Energy cosmological Models

Mon. Not. Roy. Astron.   Soc.  (MNRAS)

397

1935-1939

2009

53.

P. K. Chattopadhyay, B. C. Paul

Relativistic Star Solutions in Higher Dimensional Pseudo-spheroidal Space-time

 Pramana, Journal of  Physics 

74

 513

2010

54.

B. C. Paul, S. Ghose

Emergent Universe Scenario in the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet Gravity with Dilaton

Gen. Rel. Grav. 

42

795

2010

55.

B. C. Paul, P. Thakur, S. Ghose

Constraints on Exotic Matter needed for An Emergent Universe

Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc.

407

415-419.

2010

56.

B. C. Paul, A. Saha, 

Gravitational Instantons in R4 Gravity for  Open Inflation

Class. Quantum Grav.

 27

215004

2010

57.

S. Ghose, B. C. Paul

On the Viability of some Emergent universe models

Exploring the Cosmos - ed. A. Bhadra, LAMBERT Academic Pub, 2011, (ISBN : 978-3-8443-9165-7, 2011)

 

 

 

2011

58.

B. C. Paul

Holographic Dark Energy Models with Chaplygin Gas

Cosmology/Book 1 ISBN 978-953-307-423-8 (2011)

Chapter-V

 

2011

59.

B.  C.  Paul,  S. Ghose, P. Thakur

Emergent Universe from A composition of Matter, Exotic Matter and Dark Energy

Monthly Notice of the Royal Astronomical Society

 413

686-690 

2011

60.

 B.C. Paul, P. K. Chattopadhyay,   S. Karmakar,  R. Tikekar  

Relativistic Strange Star with Anisotropy

Mod. Phys. Lett. A

26  

575-587

2011

61.

B C Paul, P. K. Chattopahyay

Relativistic Anisotropic Strange Stars in Pseudo spheroidal space-time

11th APRIM, 2011 NARIT Conference Series Vol. 1 eds. S. Komonjinda, Y. Kovalev, S. Ruffolo

Vol-1

258-264

2012

62.

P. K. Chattopahyay,    B. C. Paul

Relativistic Strange Stars with anisotropy and B-parameter in Pseudo-spheroidal
Space-Time

Neutron Stars and Pulsars : Challenges
&Opportunities after 80 years, Procee. IAU symposium No. 291 (2012)

291

362-364

2012

63.

B. C.  Paul,  P. Thakur, A. Saha

Modified Chaplygin Gas in Horava-Lifshitz Gravity and constraints on its B –   parameter

Phys. Rev. D

85

024039

2012

64.

P. K. Chattopadhyay, Rumi Deb,

B. C. Paul

Relativistic Solution for a Class of  Static Compact Charged Star in Pseudo Spheroidal space-time

Int. J. Mod. Phys. D

21

1250071

2012

65.

Rumi Deb, B. C. Paul, R. Tikekar

 Relativistic Models of A Class of Compact Objects

Pramana, J of Physics

79

211

2012

66.

S.  Ghose, P.Thakur,  B. C. Paul 

Observational Constraints on the Model Parameters of a Class of Emergent Universe    

Monthly Notice of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS)   .

421

20-24

2012

67.

B. C. Paul , P. Thakur,                M. M. Verma

Observational Constraints on Modified Chaplygin Gas in Horava-Lifshitz Gravity with dark radiation

Pramana J. Physics

81 

691-718

2013

68.

P. Pradhan, C. Maitra, Biswajit  Paul and  B. C. Paul

Revisiting SWJ2000.6+3210 : A persistent Be X-ray pulsar

Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc.

436

945-952

2013

69.

B. C. Paul ,  P. Thakur

Observational Constraints on Modified Chaplygin Gas from Cosmic Growth

Jour. Cosmo. Astropart. Phys. (JCAP)

11

052

2013

70.

Bikash Chandra Paul, Rumi Deb

Relativistic solutions of anisotropic compact objects

Astrophys. Space Sci. 

354

421-430

2014

71.

S. Ghose, A. Saha,  B. C. Paul

Holographic Dark  Energy with Generalized Chaplygin Gas in Higher Dimensions

International Journal of  Modern Physics D

 23

1450015

2014

72.

 R. Kar, T. Goswami, B. C. Paul,   A. Misra

On Magnon mediated Cooper pair formation in Ferromagnetic Superconductors

AIP Advances

4

087126

2014

73.

Pragati Pradhan, C. Maitra, Biswajit Paul, Nazma Islam,  B. C. Paul

Variations in the Pulsation and spectral characteristics of OAO 1657-415

Monthly Notice of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS)

442

2691-2700

2014

74.

B. C. Paul

Dark Matter and Dark Energy in the Universe

Bibechana

11

8-16

2014

75.

 P. K. Chattopadhyay,  R. Deb,       B C Paul

Relativistic Charged Star Solutions in Higher Dimensions

International J.  Theor. Physics

 53

1666 - 1684

2014

76.

B. C. Paul,                    P. K. Chattopadhyay, S. Karmakar

Relativistic anisotropic star and its maximum mass in higher dimensions

Astrophys. Space. Sci.

356

327- 
337

2015

77.

P. Pradhan, B. Paul,    H. Raichur, B. C. Paul

Variability of pulse profile of a rotation powered pulsar PSR B1509-58

Non-linear Dynamics and its   application, published by Book Center (ISBN:978-81-921612-6-6)

 

240-247

2015

78.

Pragati Pradhan, Biswajit Paul, HarshaRaichurB.C. Paul

Variations of the Harmonic Components of the X-ray Pulse profile of PSR B1509-58

Research in Astronomy & Astrophysics

15

28-36

2015

79.

D. Panigrahi,B. C. Paul,
S. Chatterjee

Constraining Modified Chaplygin Gas Parameters

Gravitation and Cosmology,

21

 83–92

2015

80.

Ujjal Debnath ,  Bikash Chandra Paul

 Evolution of primordial black hole in f (T ) gravity with modified Chaplygin gas

Astrophys. Space Sci.

355

147–153

2015

81.

B. C. Paul and A. S. Majumdar

Emergent Universe with Interacting fluids and Generalized Second Law of
Thermodynamics

Classical and Quantum Gravity 

32

115001

2015

82.

 Pragati Pradhan, Biswajit Paul,     B. C. Paul, Enrico  Bozzo,     Tomaso M. Belloni

Is 4U 0114+65 an Eclipsing HMXB ?

Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc.

454

4467 -4475

2015

83.

B. C. Paul

An Introduction to Astronomical Data Analysis

Edited Book : Scholars’s PressISBN 978-3-639-85990-4

1-177

1-177

2015

84.

B. C. Paul,   S. Ghosh

Estimation of Observational Constraints of the parameters in Emergent Universe Model

An Introduction to Astronomical Data Analysis : ed.- B. C. Paul

Chap-5

96-114

2015

85.

B. C. Paul, P. Thakur

Observational Constraints on Chaplygin Gas: A Review

An Introduction to Astronomical Data Analysis: ed. -B. C. Paul

Chap-7

149-177

2015

86.

P. K. Chattopadhyay and B. C. Paul

Density dependent B parameter of relativistic stars with anisotropy in Pseudo-spheroidal spacetime

 

Astrophys. Space Sci.

 

361

 

145

 

2016

87.

 S. Das, R. Sharma,  B. C. Paul,   R. Deb

Dissipative Gravitational Collapse of an (an)isotropic Star

Astrophys. & Space Sci.

361

1

2016

88.

P. S. Debnath and

B. C. Paul

Viscous Cosmologies with Modified Chaplygin Gas

Int. Journal of Applied Physics (ISSN 2350-0301)

3

Issue:2

2016

89.

B. C. Paul,  P. Thakur and A. Saha

Observational Constraints on Extended Chaplygin gas Cosmologies

Pramana, A Journal of Physics

89

29

2017

90.

B. C. Paul and  P. Thakur

Observational Constraints on EoS parameter of Emergent Universe

 Astrophys. Space Sci. (2016)

362

 73

2017

91.

P. S. Debnath and  B. C. Paul

 Emergent Universe with Dissipative effects

Mod. Phys. Letts. A

32

1750216

2017

92.

Rakesh Kar, B. C. Paul,           Anirban Misra

Unconventional Superconductivity in iron pnictides : Magnon Mediated pairing

Physica C : Superconductivity and its applications

 

545

 

18-25

 

2018

93.

B. C. Paul and  A. S. Majumdar

Emergent Universe with wormholes in massive gravity

Class. & Quantum Gravity

 

35

 

065001

 

2018

94.

B.  C. Paul and  Sagar Dey

Relativistic star in higher dimensions with Finch and Skea  Geometry

 Astrophys. Space Sci.

363

 11

2018

95.

Binay Rai, P. Pradhan, B. C. Paul

 A report on Type II X-ray bursts from SMC X-1

Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics

18

148

2018

96.

P. S. Debnath, A. Beesham and          B. C. Paul

Non-Linear viscosity in Brane-world cosmology with a Gauss-Bonnet term

Class. & Quantum Gravity

 

35

 

115010

 

2018

97.

A. Chanda, S. Dey and B. C. Paul

Anisotropic  Compact Objects in F(T) gravity with Finch-Skea Geometry

 Eur. Phys. J., C

79

 502

2019

98.

B. C. Paul,   A. Chanda

 Observational constraints on Emergent Universe model with non-linear fluid

General Relativity and Gravitation

51

71 (1-17)

2019

99.

Rikpratik Sengupta, Prasenjit Paul,  Bikash Chandra Paul and Saibal Ray

Inflation in anisotropic brane universe using tachyon field

Int. Journal of Modern Physics D

 

28

 

1941010

 

2019

100.

Binay Rai and Bikash Chandra Paul

NUSTAR and Swift observations of AMXP Swift J1756.9−2508 during its 2018 Outburst

Monthly Notice of the Royal Astronomical Society

 

489

 

5858-5865

 

2019

101.

S Dey and B C Paul

Higher Dimensional Charged Compact Objects in Finch-Skea Geometry

Classical and Quantum Gravity 

37

 075017

2020

102.

B. C. Paul, S. D. Maharaj and

A. Beesham

Emergent Universe Scenario in Modified Gauss-Bonnet Gravity

Classical and Quantum    

Gravity

 

 

2020

103.

Binay Rai and B. C. Paul

Spectral analysis of BeXB 2S 1417-624 using Nustar and swift observations

MNRAS

MN-20-0521-MJ

 

 

2020

104.

P. S. Debnath, B. C. Paul

Observational constraints of emergent universe in f(R, T) gravity with bulk viscosity

Int. Journal of Geo. Methods in Modern Physics

 

S-19-00460

 

2020

105.

P. Pradhan (MIT, USA), B. Paul (RRI), E. Bozzo (Univ. of Geneva), C. Maitra(Germany) and B. C. Paul

Comprehensive broadband study of accreting neutron stars with Suzaku

 Mon. Notice Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS)

MN-20-0651-M

 

2020

II. Popular Science Lecture/Article:

  1. On Stellar Evolution and on Solar Eclipse (August 1999) at North Bengal Science Centre, Organised by NBSC Siliguri on 11.8.99.
  2. AmaderViswaBramhanda      – B. C. Paul, NBU Physics Alumni Association Souvenior 1991.
  3. 50 Years of Space Exploration     - Matigara Science Centre,Siliguri (Oct. 4, 2007).
  4. Mystery of the Universe and LHC  - Matigara Science Centre (Dec   , 2008)
  5. ViswaBramhanda O LHC -  SuryaSenMahaVidyalaya ,Siliguri (Dec 19, 2008)
  6. On Non-Conventional Energy Sources – Nature from Crisis to cure at ABN Seal College, (March 8-9, 2008)
  7. Satellite Communication : A giant leap for mankind – NBSC, Siliguri (16.2.2010)
  8. Past and Present of Indian Astronomy  -at North Bengal Science Centre, Matigara on Feb. 29, 2012
  9. Past and Present of Indian Astronomy- OP at UGC HRDC, NBU (2013,2014, 2015)
  10. MYSTERY of the universe & GOD PARTCLE, Don Bosco school, Siliguri (Aug   07, 2015)
  11. Why HIGG’S BOSON or GOD PARTCLE?   - Physics Departmentt, Bagdogra College on Dec. 03,2015.
  12. Space Exploration in India – OP UGC, HRDC, NBU 24 Aug, 2015
  13. Counselling : Need of the Hours – Lecture at UGC HRDC, NBU  on Feb. 04,2016
  14. Gravitational Wave-A New Window in Astronomy - Siliguri Institute of Technology (SIT), Sukna, Post National Science-Day Lecture on March 17,2016

III. Invited Talks Presented:

  1. Higher Dimensional Cosmology with Gauss-Bonnet terms and the Cosmological Constant Problem -  at the University of Durban, SOUTH AFRICA , (1996).
  2. Dissipative Cosmology in (1 + 1 ) Dimensions - at the NBU-IUCAA  Workshop on Inhomogeneous Cosmological Models and Seminar on Conceptual Problems in  Relativity & Cosmology at NBU (Nov 14-18, 1996).
  3. Gravitational Instanton with scalar field – at the XVI th IAGRG Conference held at Sardar  Patel University, Gujarat ( Dec 10-11, 1991).
  4. Cosmology in Higher Dimensions – at Centre for Theoretical Studies at IIT, Kharagpur (Feb 20, 2001)
  5. Cosmological Constant Problem – at Introductory School on Astronomy & Astrophysics held at Siliguri College, Siliguri (Nov. 16-20, 2002).
  6. Compact Stars in Higher Dimensions- Seminar on Compact Star and Quark Gluon Plasma at NBU (18 August 2003).
  7. Tachyonic Potential in Higher Derivative Theories- Workshop on Field Theoretic Aspects of Gravity (FTAG-IV) held at  Pelling ( March 2-6, 2004).
  8. On Dark Matter- Zululand University, South Africa (June 22, 2004).
  9. Compact Stars in higher dimensions – Univ. of Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban (June 25, 2004).
  10. Emergent Universe Scenario - Workshop on Strings and Cosmology at ITP and KITPC,Peoples Republic of China (Nov. 13, 2007).
  11. "Emergent Universe : Theory and Observations"- ACRU/Mathematics seminar University of KwaZulu-Natal (Westville Campus) South Africa - Oct. 12, 2017

IV. Papers Presented in Seminar/Conference:

  1. Inflationary Universe Scenario in an Anisotropic Kantowski-Sachs Model – UGC National Seminar on Transport problem & Cosmology at  Department of Mathematics, NBU ( Oct 7-11,1985).
  2. Chaotic Inflationary Scenario in an Anisotropic Universe – IPS National Symposium on Particle Physics & Cosmology, Abs. No. 23 ( page 31-33) ( Mar 10- 13, 1986) at  IACS, Jadavpur.
  3. Anisotropy in the Starobinsky Inflationary Scenario Procee. Of VIII th HEP symposium TF-1, p-41, Vol.I( Nov. 11-17, 1986) held at  SINP, Calcutta.
  4. Higher Dimensional Cosmology with Gauss-Bonnet terms XV th IAGRG Coonference and National Seminar on Quantum Gravity & Cosmology, Abs. No. EU2 ( p-12) ( Nov. 4-7, 1989 ) at NBU.
  5. Wormholes with Gauss-Bonnet terms in a Higher Dimensional theory – XVI th Conference of IAGRG, Abs. No. 20 ( Dec 10-11, 1991) at Sardar Patel University, Gujarat.
  6. Wormholes in Higher Dimensions With Gauss-Bonnet terms Procee.of the Xth DAE High Energy Physics Symposium, Abs. No. T8, (p-114) (Dec 26-31, 1992) at TIFR, Bombay.
  7. Primordial Black Holes in Higher Derivative gravity -Workshop on Inhomogeneous Cosmological Models held at NBU ( Dec 14-18,  1996).
  8. Causal Thermodynamics in Mann’s theory GR-15, Abs. No. 67 (p-133) IUCAA, Pune (Dec 16-21, 1997).
  9. Solution for a class of Spherically symmetric Relativistic Star  - GR-15, Abs. No. 23 (p -153) IUCAA, Pune (Dec 16-21, 1997).
  10. Higher Derivative theory with Viscosity - GR-15, Abs. No. 16 (p:186-187) IUCAA, Pune (Dec 16-21, 1997).
  11. An overview on Higher Dimensional Cosmology with Gauss-Bonnet terms and the Cosmological  Constant Problem -  Invited talk presented at the Orientation Meeting on Exact Solutions ,  D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur ( Jan 18-19, 1999).
  12. Quantum Creation of Open Universe, B. C. Paul and S. Mukherjee,Procee. of  ICGC  held at IIT, Kharagpur (Mentioned in  Pramana 55 (2000) 606.
  13. Probability of Primordial black holes pair creation in the universe ( D = 4, D > 4) Workshop on Topic in General Relativity at IUCAA, Pune ( Oct. 12-20, 2000).
  14. Primordial black holes pair in higher dimensional universe – Conceptual Issues in Relativity, Cosmology and Astrophysics ( Mar 28-30, 2001 ),  NBU
  15. Quantum creation of open universe Regional Workshop on General Relativity, Kalyani University ( Nov 21-22, 2001).
  16. Singular Instantons in Higher derivative theories IAU 8th Asian Pacific regional Meeting at  National Science Centre, Tokyo, Japan   (July  2- 5,   2002).
  17. Cosmic No hair theorm and Brane world – IAGRG Meeting held at IUCAA (Dec 10-14, 2002).
  18. Chaotic Inflationary Universe in a brane world model – Vth International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology (ICGC-2004) (Jan 5-10, 2004) at Kochi, Kerala.
  19. Brane and Chaotic Inflationary Universe Scenario 23rd Conf.Of IAGRG and Symp. On Recent Trends in General Relativity,  Cosmology   and Astrophysics (Dec. 7-10, 2004) at Rajasthan University, Rajasthan.
  20. Probability of primordial black hole pair creation in modified gravity - Physics in the trails of Einstein (Nov. 21-22, 2005) SINP, Kolkata.
  21. Chaotic Inflationary Scenario OnBrane -  International Conference on Contem. Issues in Nuclear and Particle Physics (Feb 4-7, 2005) at Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
  22. Chaotic Inflationary Universe on Brane - Talk presented at 22nd IAP Colloquium : Inflation+25 years at Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, France (June 26-30, 2006).
  23. On Holographic Dark Energy Models -ICGC at IUCAA,Pune (Dec 17-21, 2007).
  24. Emergent Universe Scenario in the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet Gravity with Dilaton -25th IAGRG at SINP Kolkata ( Jan 28-31, 2008)
  25. Probability for Primordial Black Holes in Multidimensional Universe with non-linear scalar  curvature terms -   25th IAGRG at SINP Kolkata ( Jan 28-31, 2008).
  26. Emergent Universe : Theory and Observations – Workshop on Astronomy :Theory Observations and Interpretation (April 5-9, 2010) at NBU
  27. Lecture-1: Basic Cosmology, Lecture-2: Dark Matter and Dark energy in the School on Recent Advances in Cosmology at NBU (Feb. 21-26, 2011)
  28. On the viability of some Emergent Universe models, S. Ghose and B. C. Paul, HECRC Seminar on Relativistic Astrophysics & Astroparticle  Physics
  29. Emergent Universe : Theory and Observations – Invited Lecture at IISc, Bangalore (April 27, 2010),  AAPCOS at Hotel Mayfair (SINP) on March 7-12, 2012.
  30. Womens in Science and Technology- Refresher course in Women and social Justice (May 2-22,2013) at NBU UGC ASC May 10, 2013.
  31. Relativistic Models of Compact Objects with Charge-14.01.2015, CTP, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
  32. Creation of Emergent Universe with Wormhole – Oral presentation in 28th Texas Symposium  on Relativistic Astrophysics (Dec. 13-18, 2015) at Geneva, Switzerland
  33. Cosmology : The past and the present Universe- AAPCOS-2015 at Saha Institute for Nuclear Physics, Kolkata (Oct. 14-15, 2015)
  34. Creation of Emergent Universe with Wormhole- 28th Texas Symposium at University of Geneva, Switzerland (Dec. 13-18, 2015)
  35. Emergent Universe : Theory and Observations- Invited talk at Introductory Workshop on Astrophysics & Cosmology at Aliah University (Sept. 27-28, 2016)
  36. Emergent Universe- A brief report – Current development in Quantum Field Theory & Gravity On 125 th Birth Anniversary of S N Bose, (2018)
  37. Observed Universe and Dark Matter and Dark Energy -First IUCAA Resource Centre and CPBU joint Program October 8-9 (2018)
  38. Workshop on Astronomy and Astrophysics (March 29-31, 2019) IUCAA Pune and Sikkim University Joint Program
  39. Emergent Universe- Present Status – Cosmology- The Next Decade Workshop (Jan 22- 25, 2019) at Inter National Centre for Theoretical Science (ICTS-TIFR) , Bangalore
  40. Emergent Universe via Wormhole – 30 th Texas Symposium at University of Portsmouth, UK (Dec. 14-20, 2019).
  41. Gravitational Wave- A new Window in Astronomy, Exploring Cosmos, HECRC, NBU (Feb. 28, 2020)