As long as I live so long will I learn - Sri Ramakrishna

Bobby Ezhuthachan

Name: Bobby Ezhuthachan

Area of Research: Quantum Field Theory, String Theory

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Education and Employment:

Faculty (2012-Present): RKMVERI

Postdoctoral Scholar (2008-2012): Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India

Postdoctoral Scholar (2006-2008): Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India

Ph. D. (2008): The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India

B.Sc. (Physics Hons.)(1998): Presidency College, Kolkata, India

Selected Recent Publications

  • Real Time Dynamics in Low Point Correlators, Suchetan Das, Bobby Ezhuthachan and Arnab Kundu, e-Print: arXiv:1907.08763 [hep-th]

  • Spectrum of Modular Hamiltonian in the Vacuum and Excited States, Suchetan Das and Bobby Ezhuthachan, e-Print: arXiv:1906.00726 [hep-th]

  • Modular Hamiltonians and large diffeomorphisms in AdS3, Suchetan Das and Bobby Ezhuthachan, JHEP 1812, 096 (2018)

  • Entanglement entropy and kinematic space in BCFT, Samrat Bhowmick, Suchetan Das and Bobby Ezhuthachan, arXiv:1703.01759

  • Wald type analysis for spin-one fields in three dimensions, Nabarun Bera, Suchetan Das, and Bobby Ezhuthachan, JHEP 160, 2017 (2017)

  • BPS solutions in ABJM theory and Maximal Super Yang-Mills on RxS^2, Bobby Ezhuthachan, Shinji Shimasaki and Shuichi Yokoyama, JHEP 12, 048 (2011)

  • The Power of the Higgs Mechanism: Higher-Derivative BLG Theories, Bobby Ezhuthachan, Sunil Mukhi and Constantinos Papageorgakis, JHEP 0904,101 (2009)

  • D2 to D2, Bobby Ezhuthachan, Sunil Mukhi and Constantinos Papageorgakis, JHEP 0807, 041 (2008)

Complete list of publications available at

Research Interests

My recent interest has been in CFT and in the AdS/CFT. In particular, I have been looking at some aspects of the bulk reconstruction problem in AdS/CFT and also some topics in BCFT, in this context as well separately. I have been also involved in studying monopole operators in some supersymmetric theories in 2+1 dimensions.

Current PhD students:

Suchetan Das