Dr. Sudip Jana


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      Dr. Jana is a theoretical particle physicist, currently a postdoctoral research associate at Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik in Germany. He has authored 32 research publications in peer-reviewed international journals with more than 900 citations. He earned his B.Sc. Physics (Hons.) degree in 2013 from the University of Calcutta, and his M.Sc. degree in 2015 from the Indian Institute of Technology in India. He did his doctoral work in physics at Oklahoma State University in the USA under the supervision of Regents. Prof. K.S. Babu. He received his Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University in 2019 in the area of theoretical high energy physics for his research on "Neutrino and Higgs Physics: Road-Map to Discovery for New Physics Beyond the Standard Model". Dr. Jana joined Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik in Germany as a Postdoctoral researcher in 2019. From 2017 to 2019 he was a visiting scientist at Fermi National Accelerator Lab in the USA. In 2019, he was also a visiting research scholar at Washington University in St. Louis in the USA under the ``Neutrino Theory Network (NTN)" program. 

      His research interests are in theoretical high energy physics. His research activities over the last few years are multi-fold. They consist of the following major ingredients: (a) neutrino physics, (b) Higgs physics, (c) collider physics, (d) flavor physics, and (e) dark matter.  The emphasis is both on model building, as well as the implications of the new physics for the ongoing and future experiments. Recently, he has been investigating theoretical and phenomenological aspects of neutrino physics, especially the theory of neutrino masses, model building, electromagnetic properties of the neutrino, neutrino interactions, CP violation in the neutrino sector, sterile neutrinos, as well as on the implications of the new physics associated with neutrinos following the empirical clues and maximizing our chances of finding them within the foreseeable future at multiple fundamental frontiers, including the energy, intensity, cosmic, precision and lifetime frontiers.

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