Shubho Banerjee joined the Rhodes physics department in 2002 after a two-year post-doctoral appointment at the University of Maryland, College Park. He enjoys teaching introductory as well as upper level physics courses. His research area is theoretical condensed matter physics. Shubho is native of India and received his BS and MS degrees at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He received his Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University.
B.S. and M.S., Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University
- Physics 101 - ASTRONOMY LAB
- Physics 111 - FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS I
- Physics 111L - FUNDAMENTLS OF PHYSICS I LAB
- Physics 112 - FUNDAMNTLS OF PHYSICS II
- Physics 112L - FUNDAMNTLS OF PHYSICS II LAB
- Physics 212 - MODERN PHYSICS
- Physics 301 - ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY
- Physics 307- TOPICS: ENGINEERING PHYSICS
- Physics 307 - TOPICS: FLUID MECHANICS
- Physics 307 - TOPICS: MEDICAL PHYSICS
- Physics 401 - QUANTUM PHYSICS
- Physics 406 - THERMAL PHYSICS
- Physics 413 - RESEARCH IN PHYSICS
Electrostatic charging of a conducting sphere using another conducting sphere at constant voltage, S. Banerjee, B. K. Hoffmeister, J. J. Svejkosky, C. S. Badger, J. Electrostat. 69, 601-603 (2011)
On the stability of electrostatic orbits, S. Banerjee, B. Taylor, and A. Banerjee, American Journal of Physics 77, 396-400 (2009).
Orbital motion of electrically charged spheres in microgravity, S. Banerjee, K. W. Andring, D. L. Campbell, J. A. Janeski, D. A. Keedy, S. P. Quinn, and B. K. Hoffmeister, The Physics Teacher 46, 460-464 (2008).
Effect of electrically insulating materials on magnetically induced electrical currents in a tissue-like medium, B. K. Hoffmeister, A. R. Shores, S. Banerjee, and R. A. Malkin, Am. J. Phys. 74, 260 (2006).
How Multivalency Controls Criticality, M. E. Fisher, Jean-Noel Aqua, and S. Banerjee Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 135701 (2005).
Criticality in Hard-sphere Charge-asymmetric Ionic Fluids, Jean-Noel Aqua, S. Banerjee and M. E. Fisher, Phys. Rev. E 72, 041501, (2005).