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Professor Emeritus Rajat Bhaduri  
Area: Theoretical Physics
Rajat Bhaduri
Location: ABB 274
Phone: 905-525-9140 ext 23185
Fax: (905)546-1252
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Website: http://www.physics.mcmaster.ca/people/faculty/Bhaduri_RK_h.html
  1. Letter to Grad Students


December 11,2009

Rajat Bhaduri
Department of Physics & Astronomy
McMaster University

Dear Prospective Graduate Student,

Although retired officially about ten years back, I am still active in research, and enjoy supervising graduate students. During the last six years, two students completed Ph.D. under my supervision (2003, 2004), and three completed their M.Sc. (with thesis) (2007, 2008, 2009). You may see their list below. From my home page you can find my research interests, and my recent publications. I shall be happy to talk to you about topics of research. Currently I have one M.Sc. student with me, and I shall like to take another in the fall of 2010.


Thesises Supervised, Last six years

1. Jamal Sakhr, Ph.D. Thesis (McMaster University, December 2003) : The Semiclassical Few-Body Problem. At present a Lecturer in Waterloo University Physics Department.
2. Muoi N. Tran, Ph.D. Thesis (McMaster University, August 2004) : Number Fluctuations of Trapped Particles. Radiotherapy Physics Resident, Division of Physics, CancerCare Manitoba, Winnipeg.
3. Andrijan Jelovic, M.Sc. Thesis (McMaster University,January 2007) : Low excitation corrections to the density of therapy states. In a subsequent erratum to Phys. Rev. Lett.(PRL 99, 169901 (2007)), P. Lebouef and J. Roccia corrected their result, and found that the formula derived in (7) is correct.
4. Arindam Chatterjee, M.Sc. Thesis (McMaster University, September, 2008) : Binding of a charged particle to an electric dipole. ( Further research in progress ). Currently doing his Ph.D. in Astro-particle physics at University of Bonn, Germany.
5. Yi Liang, M.Sc. Thesis (McMaster University, August, 2009) : Energy spectrum of two atoms interacting via a short-range potential in higher partial waves. At present doing his Ph.D. in Particle Physics at the university of Alberta, Edmonton.