Welcome to the webpage of Santhanam.
He is on the faculty of physics at Indian Institute
of Science Education and Research, Pune, India.
Research interests broadly cover the areas of chaos and nonlinear dynamics, quantum chaos,
quantum computation and machine learning, statistical physics, complex networks, extreme events and
complex systems. Specifically, the problems range
from driven quantum systems and random matrix theory to random walks and extreme events
on networks and data science.
For more information, visit the research
and publications page.
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- Interaction-induced directed transport in chaotic quantum system
Sanku Paul, J. Bharathi Kannan and M. S. Santhanam
- Interplay between quantum diffusion and localization in the atom-optics kicked rotor
S. Sagar Maurya, J. Bharathi Kannan, Kushal Patel, Pranab Dutta, Korak Biswas, Jay Mangaonkar, M. S. Santhanam, and Umakant D. Rapol
Phys. Rev. E 106, 034207 (2022).
- Quantum kicked rotor and its variants: Chaos, localization and beyond
M. S. Santhanam, Sanku Paul and J. Bharathi Kannan
Physics Reports 956, 1-87 (2022).
- First detection of threshold crossing events under intermittent sensing
Aanjaneya Kumar, Aniket Zogade and M. S. Santhanam
Phys. Rev. E (Letter) 104, L052103 (2021)
- Inferring long memory using extreme events
Dayal Singh and M. S. Santhanam
Chaos 31, 113131 (2021)
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M. S. Santhanam
The New Indian Express, 19.7.2021.