Jayanth Vyasanakere

Areas of Interest & Expertise

  • Celestial Mechanics
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Cold Atoms


Jayanth has been working with the University since 2017, before which he was an assistant professor in Tumkur University since 2012. He has taught many courses in REAP and PTTS.

He holds an integrated PhD in Physics from the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, where he worked in the field of cold atoms studying the effects of artificial gauge fields on interacting Fermi systems. This led to many interesting results including the discovery of Rashbons. Of late his interests are in Celestial Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics. Recently he developed efficient algorithms to discover new celestial objects based on the data of known objects.

He was selected as an Associate of the Indian Academy of Sciences in 2018.

He is also interested in Sanskrit literature and holds a MA degree in Sanskrit from KSOU, Mysore.

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Here are a few selected publications:

  1. Vyasanakere, J. P., & Sudeesh, K. (2008). Surya Majjana, Resonance, 13, 8, 768. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12045-00800830

  2. Vyasanakere, J. P., & Shenoy, V. B. (2011) Bound states of two spin‑1/​2 fermions in a synthetic non-Abelian gauge field, Physical Review B, 83, 094515. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1103​/​p​h​y​s​r​e​v​b​.​83​.​094515

  3. Vyasanakere, J. P., Zhang, S., & Shenoy, V. B. (2011). BCS-BEC crossover induced by a synthetic non-Abelian gauge field, Physical Review B, 84, 014512. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1103​/​p​h​y​s​r​e​v​b​.​84​.​014512

  4. Ghosh, S. K., Vyasanakere, J. P., & Shenoy, V. B. (2011). Trapped fermions in a synthetic non-Abelian gauge field, Physical Review A, 84, 053629. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1103​/​p​h​y​s​r​e​v​a​.​84​.​053629

  5. Vyasanakere, J. P., & Shenoy, V. B. (2012). Rashbons: Properties and their significance, New Journal of Physics, 14, 043041. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1088​/1367 – 2630/14/4/043041

  6. Vyasanakere, J. P., & Shenoy, V. B. (2012). Collective excitations across the BCS-BEC crossover induced by a synthetic Rashba spin-orbit coupling, Physical Review A, 86, 053617. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1103​/​p​h​y​s​r​e​v​a​.​86​.​053617

  7. Shenoy, V. B., & Vyasanakere, J. P. (2013). Fermions in Synthetic non-Abelian Gauge Potentials: Rashbon Condensates to Novel Hamiltonians, Journal of Physics B: Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics, 46, 134009. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1088​/0953 – 4075/46/13/134009

  8. Vyasanakere, J. P., Shenoy, V. B. (2015). Fluctuation theory of Rashba Fermi gases: Gaussian and beyond, Physical Review B (Rapid Communications), 92, 121111®. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1103​/​p​h​y​s​r​e​v​b​.​92​.​121111

  9. Bhargava B. A., Udupa, A., & Vyasanakere, J. P. (2016). A Charged Particle in Perpendicular Electric and Magnetic Fields (part 1), Resonance, 21, 6, 575. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12045-01603620

  10. Bhargava B. A., Udupa, A., & Vyasanakere, J. P. (2016). A Charged Particle in Perpendicular Electric and Magnetic Fields (part 2), Resonance, 21, 11, 1043. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12045-01604145

  11. Vyasanakere, J. P. (2018). Rashba-spin-orbit coupling in
    interacting Fermi gases. In Synthetic spin-orbit coupling in
    cold atoms (pp 125 – 175). World Scientific. https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1142​/​9789813272538​_0003

  12. Bhatnagar, S., Vyasanakere, J. P., & Murthy, J. (2021) A geometric method to locate Neptune, American Journal of Physics, 89 (454). https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1119​/​10​.​0003349

  13. Vyasanakere, J. P., & Nityananda, R. (2021). Mathematics of securing a box with a single rubber band, Resonance, 26, 6, 841. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12045-02111833

  14. Vyasanakere, J. P., Bhatnagar, S., & Murthy, J. (2021). Discovering a celestial object
    using a non-parametric algorithm, Pramana – Journal of Physics, 95:192.

  15. Iyer A. G., Bhatnagar, S., Vyasanakere, J. P. & Murthy, J. (2022). An approximate
    superposition method to obtain a planet’s orbit, European Journal of Physics, 43, 015001.https://​doi​.org/​10​.​1088​/1361 – 6

  16. Vyasanakere, J. P., & Nityananda, R. (2022). Optimal extraction of heat: An instructive problem, Resonance, 27, 2, 273. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12045-02213136.