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Present position : Associate Professor

E-mail : jsphy{at}caluniv.ac.in
Tel : +91-33-2350 8386 ext 406

Education : Ph.D. (Physics), 1996, Calcutta University.

Appointments :

Senior Research Fellow [1994-1996], Research Associate [1996-1999], S.N.Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India.
Post-Doctoral Fellow [1999-2001], University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA.
Lecturer [2001-2006], Department of Physics, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan, West-Bengal, India.
Lecturer [2006-2010], Reader [2010-2013], Associate Professor [2013-onwards], Department of Physics, University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India.

Selected Publications :

Soft ellipsoid potential for biaxial molecules : Jayashree Saha, Mol. Sim., (to be published)

Ferroelectric domain formation in discotic liquid crystals : Monte Carlo study on the influence of boundary conditions : Tushar Kanti Bose and Jayashree Saha, Phys. Rev. E 92, 042503 (2015).

Reply to Comment on origin of tilted phase generation in systems of ellipsoidal molecules with dipolar interactions : Tushar Kanti Bose and Jayashree Saha, Phys. Rev. E 89, 046502 (2014).

Ferroelectric order in liquid crystal phases of polar disk shaped ellipsoids : Tushar Kanti Bose and Jayashree Saha, Phys. Rev. E 89, 052509, 2014

Monte carlo simulations of spontaneous ferroelectric order in discotic liquid crystals : Tushar Kanti Bose and Jayashree Saha,  Phys.Rev.Letts., 110, 26, 265701, 2013.

Origin of tilted-phase generation in systems of ellipsoidal molecules with dipolar interactions : Tushar Kanti Bose and Jayashree Saha, Phs.Rev.E (Rapid Comm.), 86, 050701, 2012.

Study of liquid crystal phases with a model soft ellipsoid contact potential : Jayashree Saha, Physics Letters A, 375, 18, 1893, 2011.

A simulation study on multicomponent lipid bilayer, Srilekha Banerjee and Jayashree Saha, Physica A, 362, 2, 423, 2006.

Formation of tilted smectic-C liquid crystal phase in polar Gay-Berne molecules, J. Saha, T.R.Bose, D. Ghosh, M.Saha, Physics Letters A 336, 396, 2005.]


Research Area
Statistical Physics and Soft Condensed Matter Physics
# Transport through biomembrane
# Transfection of DNA complexes and gene-therapy
# Computer simulation to predict consequences of urologic surgery in humans
# Phase transition and dynamics of complex fluids

Graduate Students
Tushar Kanti Bose, Tanay Paul, Somajit Dey

Research Advisers :
Professor Manoranjan Saha, University of Calcutta , Kolkata, India.
Professor Chanchal Kumar Majumdar, S.N.Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India.
Professor J.Daniel Gezelter, University of Notre Dame, USA.


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