During past few years, my research has focused on developing new techniques, search strategies and investigating hints for new physics at the LHC; developing models to understand dark matter (DM), neutrinos, flavor violation, grand unification, baryogenesis etc.; investigating the DM content in various cosmological and particle physics scenarios; establishing models of DM at direct and indirect DM detection experiments; exploring high scale theories to investigate the origin of DM, baryon abundances; understanding the impact of inflation in particle physics models.
Vedran Brdar, Bhaskar Dutta, Wooyoung Jang, Doojin Kim, Ian M. Shoemaker, Zahra Tabrizi, Adrian Thompson, and Jaehoon Yu. “Axionlike Particles at Future Neutrino Experiments: Closing the Cosmological Triangle.” Phys. Rev. Lett., 126(20), 201801, May 2021.
Bhaskar Dutta, Rafael F. Lang, Shu Liao, Samiran Sinha, Louis Strigari, and Adrian Thompson. “A global analysis strategy to resolve neutrino NSI degeneracies with scattering and oscillation data.” Journal of High Energy Physics, 2020(9), Sep 2020.
Bhaskar Dutta, Sumit Ghosh, and Tianjun Li. “Explaining (g-2)\(\mu\),e , the KOTO anomaly, and the MiniBooNE excess in an extended Higgs model with sterile neutrinos.” Phys. Rev. D, 102(5), 055017, Sep 2020.
James B. Dent, Bhaskar Dutta, Jayden L. Newstead, and Adrian Thompson. “Inverse Primakoff Scattering as a Probe of Solar Axions at Liquid Xenon Direct Detection Experiments.” Phys. Rev. Lett., 125(13), 131805, Sep 2020.
James B. Dent, Bhaskar Dutta, Jayden L. Newstead, and Ian M. Shoemaker. “Bounds on cosmic ray-boosted dark matter in simplified models and its corresponding neutrino-floor.” Phys. Rev. D, 101(11), 116007, Jun 2020.
Awards & Recognition
- APS Fellow (2020)
- OSU distinguished Alumni (2017)
- Mitchell-Heep chair in high energy physics (2019)