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Tiruppattur Venkatachalamurti Ramakrishnan

Tiruppattur Venkatachalamurti Ramakrishnan, Indian theoretical physicist (Tamil Nadu 14 August 1941 –

Authored 150 research publications and 3 books (until 2012)


With M. Yussouff introduced the density functional theory of freezing (1990)

With K. Sur presented a perturbation theory for the thermodynamic properties of a mixed-valent impurity in a metal (1982)

Density-wave theory of first-order freezing in two dimensions (1982)

With E. Abraham, P.W. Anderson & D.C. Liciardello. Scaling theory of localization: absence of quantum diffusion in two dimensions. Phys. Rev. B22:3519, 1979

With M. Yussouff. First-principles order-parameter theory of freezing. Phys. Rev. B19:2775, 1979

With M. Yussouff. Theory of the liquid-solid transition. Solid State Comm. 21:389, 1977


With B. Banerjee, S. Balasubramanian, G. Ananthakrishnan et al found the existence of bimodality during the progression of cell cycles (2004) 

With R. Gupta, G. Venketeswara, A.K. Sood & C.N.R. Rao first saw the anomalous temperature dependence of phonon lineshapes in charge-ordered manganites (2002)

Suggested a novel localizing phenomenon in doped manganites (1998) 

With B.K. Chakraverty gave a simple universal criterion for behavior prediction of oxide superconductors (1997)

With K. Sheshadri, H.R. Krishnamurthy & R. Pandit suggested a new physical picture for the superfluid Bose glass transition (1995)

With K.V.R. Varma, G.N. Subbama & C.N.R. Rao discovered novel dielectric properties of glasses prepared by quenching melts of Bi-C-Sr-Cu-O cuprates (1989)

With M. Raj Lakshmi and H.R. Krishnamurthy first to calculate the dislocation structure within the framework of an order-parameter theory and incorporating thermal effects in it (1988)

With P. Coleman & P.W. Anderson showed that large anomalous Hall constants of mixed valent and Kondo lattice systems can be understood in terms of a simple resonant level Fermi liquid model (1985)

With P.W. Anderson & K.A. Mutalib proposed that superconducting critical temperature decreasing similarly with disorder for all systems with high critical temperature is a localization effect (1983)

With E. Abrahams, P.W. Anderson & P.A. Lee calculated the electron quasiparticle lifetime in a disordered metal due to electron-electron scattering (1981)

With P.W. Anderson & E. Abrahams introduced the idea of an incoherence length L2 at which inelastic collision broadening equals electronic energy-level separation (1979)

Presented a many body theoretical method for calculating the effect of low energy fluctuations on the dynamic susceptibility (1974)