
Dr. Subhranil De, Associate Professor of
Physics; Email: subde@ius.edu
About Dr. De in a nutshell Dr. Subhranil De earned his PhD in physics from
the University of Rochester. He has a theoretical background in statistical
physics and fluid mechanics. He also takes an interest in pedagogical physics
and physics education research. Among his interests outside the realm of
physics, he enjoys lyrical poetry and classical music, and loves to throw a
Frisbee on a sunny day. Recent publications in
refereed journals: Subhranil De, “Getting clever with the sliding ladder,” Physics Education, 49 (2014) 390393. Subhranil De, “On static equilibrium of a
hemispheroid,” The Mathematical Gazette, 98, 541, March 2014. Subhranil De, “A computational study of the propagation of the longitudinal
velocity in a polymer melt contained within a cylinder using a scale bridging
method,” Physical Review E, 88,
052311(2013). Subhranil De, “Revisiting
the sliding ladder,” The Mathematical Gazette, 97, 539, July 2013. Subhranil De, “Revisiting the least force required to keep a block from
sliding,” The Physics Teacher, 51, 220(2013).
