IISN Postdoctoral Fellow
Ultrahigh energy neutrinos, Atmospheric neutrinos, Dark Matter
Bât B5a 4/46
A.Bhattacharya (at) ulg.ac.be
+32 4 366 36 38
I have been a Postdoctoral researcher at IFPA,
University of Liège since December 2015, and have been working with Jean-Rene Cudell on high-energy [math]D[/math]-meson production in the atmosphere, and its subsequent decay leading to the production of high energy neutrinos. The corresponding neutrino flux is expected to be one of the backgrounds to IceCube's search for ultrahigh energy neutrinos from astrophysical sources.
Prior to this, I was a Postdoctoral researcher from 2013–2015 at the
University of Arizona.
Ultra-high energy neutrinos
QCD at high energies, typically related to interactions of very high energy cosmic rays with atmospheric nuclei
Dark matter: Indirect searches, and boosted dark matter
Recent publications from inspirehep
Prompt atmospheric neutrino flux in perturbative QCD and its theoretical uncertainties Tue 26 Sep, 2017
Probing decaying heavy dark matter with the 4-year IceCube HESE data Tue 20 Jun, 2017
Boosted Dark Matter and its implications for the features in IceCube HESE data Mon 12 Dec, 2016
Prompt atmospheric neutrino flux from the various QCD models Fri 18 Nov, 2016
Prompt atmospheric neutrino flux Thu 17 Nov, 2016
Cold Atoms in U(3) Gauge Potentials Thu 4 Aug, 2016
Prompt atmospheric neutrino fluxes: perturbative QCD models and nuclear effects Mon 4 Jul, 2016
Perturbative charm production and the prompt atmospheric neutrino flux in light of RHIC and LHC Thu 5 Feb, 2015
The Direct Detection of Boosted Dark Matter at High Energies and PeV events at IceCube Tue 15 Jul, 2014 Charm decay in slow-jet supernovae as the origin of the IceCube ultra-high energy neutrino events Mon 14 Jul, 2014
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