High Energy Physics

About Us

At the High Energy Physics group we are concerned with some of the fundamental mysteries about origins of matter, energy and space-time. The members of our group have focused their efforts on addressing some intriguing questions such as: What causes the observed overabundance of matter over antimatter, what is dark matter made up of, how do we identify or detect such dark matter particles, how do analytic properties of Feynman Integrals constrain their form at higher orders, can we discover the all order infrared structure of scattering amplitudes of quarks and gluons, how does a quantum space-time emerge, how do singularities such as in black holes and big bang get resolved, can computational complexity/quantum information teach us new things about quantum gravity. The High Energy Physics group actively collaborates with the CMS experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider, Belle (II) Experiment located at KEK, Tsukuba, Japan, the NOvA and DUNE neutrino experiments at Fermilab, USA.


Anjan Kumar Giri


Understanding the baryon asymmetry of the Universe and to decipher the signals of new physics (BSM) using flavour physics and neutrino physics.

Anurag Tripathi

Associate Professor

Theoretical Particle Physics. Perturbative QCD. Feynman Loop Integral Calculations. Soft and Collinear QCD Resummation. Higgs Phenomenology.

Narendra Sahu


Beyond SM physics, Model building (Neutrino Physics and dark matter), Leptogenesis , Direct, Indirect and Collider Search of Dark Matter.

Priyotosh Bandyopadhyay

Associate Professor

Electroweak symmetry breaking, Stability of electroweak vacuum, Finite temperature Field theory, Order of Phase transitionn, Gravitational Wave, Supersymmetric models, Beyond Standard Model phenomenology, CP-violation, Jet-Physics, Collider physics, Neutrino Physics, Dark Matter

Raghavendra Srikanth Hundi

Associate Professor

Particle physics phenomenology, Beyond standard model, Neutrino masses.

Saranya Ghosh

Assistant Professor

Experimental high energy physics, particularly on topics such as Higgs physics, the search for new particles associated with physics beyond the Standard Model of particle physics and particle detector R&D. Actively working on the CMS experiment at the CERN LHC.

Saurabh Sandilya

Assistant Professor

Search for new physics in the rare decays of B-mesons, Development of High Energy Physics Detectors, Member of Belle and Belle II Collaborations.

Shantanu Desai


Cosmology and Galaxy cluster, Pulsar timing, Gamma ray bursts, Astrostatistics and Machine Learning

Shubho Roy

Associate Professor

Nonperturbative String and Field Theory, Holography: AdS/CFT, (M)atrix Theory, Quantum Information & Computation and Quantum Gravity.