Bhaskar Dutta, Texas A&M Univeristy

Bhaskar Dutta, B.Sc.(Presidency College), M.Sc. (Calcutta University), Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University)
Interim Director and Professor
George P. and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Astronomy
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX, 77843-4242

Office: MIST 424
Telephone: (979)-845-5359
Fax: (979)-845-2590

Research Group: High Energy Physics

Research Interests:

My current research involvements include supersymmetry models, string phenomenology and cosmology, inflation, dark matter, CP violation, fermion masses and mixings, GUT models, rare decays, collider Physics and B Physics.


Research Publications:

List of Publications (from the SLAC-SPIRES database)

Citations (from the SLAC-SPIRES citation index database)

Recent Talks:

Slides from Talks


Curriculum Vita


Supported by Department of Energy (2007-2010, 2010-2013, 2013-2016)


2012 Association of Former Students College-Level Distinguished Achievement Award in Teaching,

Selected by the Partnership Group for Science and Engieering (PAGSE) to be a delegate to 2004 symposium ``Leaders of Tomorrow" held at the Parliament in Ottawa, Canada


Electromagnetic Theory-II (Phys 611)

Quantum Field theory II (Phys 638)

Weak Scale Supersymmetry (Phys 689)

Introduction to Particle Physics (Phys 627)

Quantum Field theory I (Phys 634)

Methods of Theoretical Physics (Phys 615)

Electricity and Magnetism (Phys 208)

Graduate Quantum Mechanics (Phys. 601)

Mathematical Methods (Phys. 331 and Phys 332)

Introduction to General Relativity (Phys. 430)

Advanced Classical Mechanics (Phys. 411)


Post Doctoral Fellow Supervision: Yukihiro Mimura (2005-2009); James Dent (2005-2006), Kuver Sinha (2010-2013), Yu Gao (2013-)

Doctoral Supervision : Kechen Wang (graduated 2014) Sean Downes (graduated 2013), Sheldon Campbel (graduated, 2012), Abram Krislock (graduated, 2011)

Current students: Sean Wu, Tathagata Ghosh

Undergraduate Supervision: Paul Simeon (Goldwater Scholar, 2009), Phuongmai Truong (2010), Daniel Freeman (Best Thesis award, 2012), Chris Akers

Outreach: Mitchell Institute Physics Enhancement Program: 2012 Report