Dr. Biplob Sarkar

Assistant Professor (Physics)

 

 

Qualification

  • Ph.D. (Physics), 2018

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

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  • M.Sc. (Physics), 2011

    Tezpur University

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  • B.Sc. (Physics Major), 2009

    Gauhati University

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Contact Details

Department of Applied Sciences

School of Engineering

Tezpur University

Dean, School of Engineering Building

Napaam, Tezpur

Assam, India

784028

 

Phone: +91-03712-273237 (Office)

 

Email: biplobs[AT]tezu.ernet.in

 

Area of Specialisation/Research

  • Theoretical modeling of astrophysical flows

  • Study of X-ray binaries

  • X-ray data analysis and interpretation

 

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Research Publications (Recent & Selected)

  1. Sarkar, B., Rao, A. 2020. Effect of magnetic flux advection on the dynamics of shock in accretion flow around a rotating black hole. Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics 20.
    Impact Factor: 1.51

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  3. Das, S., Sarkar, B. 2018. Standing shocks in magnetized advection accretion flows onto a rotating black hole. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 480, 3446-3456.
    Impact Factor: 5.36

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  5. Sarkar, B., Das, S. 2018. Standing shocks in magnetized dissipative accretion flow around black holes. Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy 39.
    Impact Factor: 1.27

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  7. Sarkar, B., Das, S., Mandal, S. 2018. Properties of magnetically supported dissipative accretion flow around black holes with cooling effects. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 473, 2415-2427.
    Impact Factor: 5.36

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  9. Sarkar, B., Das, S. 2016. Dynamical structure of magnetized dissipative accretion flow around black holes. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 461, 190-201.
    Impact Factor: 5.36

 

 

 

Papers in Conference Proceedings

  1. Sarkar, B., Das, S. 2015. Shocks in magnetically supported accretion flow around black holes. Astronomical Society of India Conference Series 12, 91-92.

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  3. Sarkar, B., Das, S. 2013. Dissipative standing shocks in accretion flows around black holes: a self-consistent analytical study. Astronomical Society of India Conference Series 8, 143-146.

 

 

 

Awards/Honours, etc.

 

  • Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in Physics Paper, 2011.

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  • CSIR Junior Research Fellowship in Physical Sciences, 2012.

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  • Departmental Winner in Best Poster Category Competition in Research Conclave'17 organized by Students' Academic Board, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, March 2017.