# Pinaki Patra

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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Theory (5) Mathematics - Mathematical Physics (2) Mathematical Physics (2) Physics - Disordered Systems and Neural Networks (1) Quantum Physics (1) |

## Publications Authored By Pinaki Patra

In the long wavelength limit, Maxwell-Chern-Simmon model and the dynamics of a particle in a plane under an external magnetic field perpendicular to that plane are identical. The self adjoint extension of such a problem depends on the value of angular momentum quantum number $l$. In this article, we have shown that for $l\neq 0$, the operator describing the Landau level wave-function is self adjoint; whereas, for $l=0$, infinite number of self-adjoint extension by an one parameter unitary mapping is possible. Read More

The Ostrogradski approach for the Hamiltonian formalism of higher derivative theory is not satisfactory because of the reason that the Lagrangian cannot be viewed as a function on the tangent bundle to coordinate manifold. In this article, we have used an alternative approach which leads directly to the Lagrangian which, being a function on the tangent manifold, gives correct equation of motion; no new coordinate variables need to be added. This approach can be directly used to the singular (in Ostrogradski sense) Lagrangian. Read More

For 1 Dimensional loop space, a nonlinear nonlocal transformation of fields is given to make the action of the self-interacting quantum field to the free one. A specific type of Classically broken symmetry is restored in Quantum theory. 1-D Sine Gordon system and Sech interactions are treated as the explicit example. Read More

Charge conjugation, parity transformation and time reversal symmetry (CPT) violation and Lorentz invariance can coexist in the framework of non-local field theory. In this article we have proposed a class of Charge conjugation, parity transformation and time reversal symmetry (CPT) violating Lorentz invariant nonlocal gauge-invariant models, which can be termed as non-local Thirring models. The conserved currents in this aspect are obtained. Read More

It is possible to construct Lorentz invariant CPT violating models for Nonlocal Quantum Field Theory. In this article, we present a class of Nonlocal Thirring Models, in which the CPT invariance is violated while the Lorentz invariance is present. As a result, in certain cases the mass-splitting between particle and antiparticle are identified. Read More

The Born's rule introduces intrinsic randomness to the outcomes of a measurement performed on a quantum mechanical system. But, if the system is prepared in the eigenstate of an observable then the measurement outcome of that observable is completely predictable and hence there is no intrinsic randomness. On the other hand, if two incompatible observables are measured (either sequentially on a particle or simultaneously on two identical copies of the particle) then uncertainty principle guarantees intrinsic randomness in the subsequent outcomes independent of the preparation state of the system. Read More

We present an exact analytical method of engineering the localization of electromagnetic waves in a fractal waveguide network. It is shown that, a countable infinity of localized electromagnetic modes with a multitude of localization lengths can exist in a Vicsek fractal geometry built with diamond shaped monomode waveguides as the 'unit cells'. The family of localized modes form clusters of increasing size. Read More