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Ritesh K. Singh

IISc, Bangalore (2005)
Area of Interest:
High Energy Physics
Email ID:
Research Interest:
  • Beyond the Standard Model phenomenology at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC),
  • International Linear Collider (ILC) and Photon Linear Collider (PLC),
  • Characterization of (non-)standard Higgs bosons at various colliders,
  • CP violation in various fundamental interactions,
  • Polarization/spin measurement of top quark and other fundamental particles,
  • Role of beam polarization at ILC and PLC,
  • Phenomenology of KK-excitations in various extra-dimension models.
Academic Qualification:
  1. Ph.D (Physics), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2005
  2. M.S (Physics), Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2001
  3. B.Sc. (Physics Hons.), Ranchi University, 1998
  1. Post-doctoral fellow at Laboratoire de Physique Theorique, Orsay from December 2005 till January, 2007.
  2. Post-doctoral fellow at LAPTH, Annecy from February 2007 till November 2007.
  3. Post-doctoral fellow at Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Physik II, Universität Würzburg, from December 2007 till September 2010.
Awards and Honors:
  1. Junior Research Fellowship for 2003-2005 received from Council for Scientific and Industrial Research of Government of India.
  2. Secured a position in top 20% for National Eligibility Test (NET) for Lecturer-ship, in June 2002 (result declared at the end of 2002). Awarded by a certificate for the same.
  3. Junior Research Fellowship for 2000-2003 from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
  4. Integrated Ph.D. Fellowship for 1998-2000 from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India.
  5. Secured a position in "top 5" in National Graduate Physics Examination (NGPE) organized by Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT), 1997. Awarded by a Gold medal and a certificate for the same.
  6. Secured a position in "top 25" in NGPE, 1996. Awarded by a certificate for the same.
List of Publications:
  1. On measurement of top polarization as a probe of ttbar production mechanisms at the LHC
    Rohini M. Godbole, Kumar Rao, Saurabh D. Rindani, Ritesh K. Singh
    JHEP 1011, 144 (2010), [arXiv:1010.1458 [hep-ph]]
  2. On SUSY GUTs with a degenerate Higgs mass matrix
    Felix Brummer, Sylvain Fichet, Sabine Kraml, Ritesh K. Singh
    JHEP 1008, 096 (2010), [arXiv:1007.0321 [hep-ph]]
  3. Spin Discrimination in Three-Body Decays
    Lisa Edelhauser, Werner Porod, Ritesh K. Singh
    JHEP 1008, 053 (2010), [arXiv:1005.3720 [hep-ph]]
  4. Does PAMELA pbar/p measurements affect the prospects of dark matter indirect detection at LHC?
    Celine Boehm, Timur Delahaye, Pierre Salati, Florian Staub, Ritesh K Singh
    JCAP 1006, 013 (2010), [arXiv:0907.4511 [hep-ph]]
  5. Constraining the MSSM with universal gaugino masses and implication for searches at the LHC.
    Genevieve Belanger, Fawzi Boudjema, Alexander Pukhov, Ritesh K Singh
    JHEP 0911, 026 (2009), [arXiv:0906.5048 [hep-ph]]
  6. The forward-backward asymmetry of top quark production at the Tevatron in warped extra dimensional models
    Abdelhak Djouadi, Gregory Moreau, Francois Richard and Ritesh K Singh
    Phys. Rev. D82, 071702 (2010), [arXiv:0906.0604 [hep-ph]]
  7. A Model independent spin analysis of fundamental particles using azimuthal asymmetries
    Fawzi Boudjema and Ritesh K Singh
    JHEP 0907, 028 (2009), [arXiv:0903.4705 [hep-ph]]
  8. Kaluza--Klein excitations of gauge bosons at the LHC
    Abdelhak Djouadi, Gregory Moreau and Ritesh K Singh
    Nucl. Phys. B797, 1 (2008), [arXiv:0706.4191 [hep-ph]]
  9. Top production at the Tevatron/LHC and nonstandard, strongly interacting spin one particles
    D. Choudhury, R. M. Godbole, Ritesh K Singh and K. Wagh
    Phys. Lett. B657, 69 (2007), [arXiv:0705.1499 [hep-ph]]
  10. Lepton distribution as a probe of new physics in production and decay of the t quark and its polarization
    R. M. Godbole, S. D. Rindani and Ritesh K Singh
    JHEP 0612, 021 (2006), [hep-ph/0605100].
  11. Probing CP-violating Higgs contributions in γγ → f f through fermion polarization
    R. M. Godbole, S. Kraml, S. D. Rindani and Ritesh K Singh
    Phys. Rev. D74, 095006 (2006), [hep-ph/0609113].
  12. Axial vector current matrix elements and QCD sum rules
    J. Pasupathy and Ritesh K Singh
    Int. J. Mod. Phys. A21, 5099 (2006), [hep-ph/0312304].
  13. The Derivative of the topological susceptibility at zero momentum and an estimate of η' mass in the chiral limit
    J. Pasupathy, J.P. Singh, Ritesh K Singh and A. Upadhyay
    Phys. Lett. B634, 508 (2006), [hep-ph/0509260].
  14. Signatures of anomalous Higgs interactions at a linear collider
    S. S. Biswal, D. Choudhury, R. M. Godbole and Ritesh K Singh
    Phys. Rev. D73, 035001 (2006), [hep-ph/0509070].
  15. Transverse beam polarization and CP-violating triple gauge boson couplings in e+e− → γ Z
    B. Ananthanarayan, S. D. Rindani, Ritesh K Singh and A. Bartl
    Phys. Lett. B593, 95 (2004), [hep-ph/0404106].
  16. Study of CP property of the Higgs at a photon collider using γγ→ttbar→lX
    R. M. Godbole, S. D. Rindani and Ritesh K Singh
    Phys. Rev. D67, 095009 (2003), [hep-ph/0211136].