I am a theoretical physicist working as a Professor at the Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI).
I was a Ramanujan Fellow at CMI, an
EPSRC Fellow at Durham University,
a Marie Curie Fellow with
Gerard 't Hooft at Utrecht
and a Ph.D. student of
S. G. Rajeev at Rochester. Email: govind at cmi dot ac point in |

** Research Interests: ** Theoretical and Mathematical Physics: Fluid & Plasma Dynamics, Particle Physics,
Quantum Field Theory, Large-N limits, Nonlinear Dynamics & Chaos, Integrable Systems

**Recent Papers: **

- An introduction to Lax pairs and the zero curvature representation
- The Added Mass Effect and the Higgs Mechanism: How Accelerated Bodies and Elementary Particles Can Gain Inertia
- Ergodicity, mixing and recurrence in the three rotor problem
- Nonlinear dispersive regularization of inviscid gas dynamics
- Invariant tori, action-angle variables and phase space structure of the Rajeev-Ranken model
- Classical three rotor problem: periodic solutions, stability and chaos
- On the Hamiltonian formulation, integrability and algebraic structures of the Rajeev-Ranken model
- An Introduction to the Classical Three-Body Problem: From Periodic Solutions to Instabilities and Chaos
- Stability and chaos in the classical three rotor problem
- Conservative regularization of compressible dissipationless two-fluid plasmas
- Curvature and geodesic instabilities in a geometrical approach to the planar three-body problem
- Algebra and geometry of Hamilton's quaternions
- Local conservative regularizations of compressible magnetohydrodynamic and neutral flows
- Conservative regularization of compressible flow and ideal magnetohydrodynamics
- A critique of recent semi-classical spin-half quantum plasma theories
- Higgs Mechanism and the Added-Mass Effect
- Comment on "Spin-Gradient-Driven Light Amplification in a Quantum Plasma"
- A critique of recent theories of spin-half quantum plasmas
- A KdV-like advection-dispersion equation with some remarkable properties
- On lightest baryon and its excitations in large-N 1+1-dimensional QCD
- Possible large-N fixed-points and naturalness for O(N) scalar fields
- Schwinger-Dyson operators as invariant vector fields on a matrix-model analogue of the group of loops
- Schwinger-Dyson operator of Yang-Mills matrix models with ghosts and derivations of the graded shuffle algebra
- Non-anomalous `Ward' identities to supplement large-N multi-matrix loop equations for correlations
- Multi-matrix loop equations: algebraic & differential structures and an approximation based on deformation quantization
- Phase transition in matrix model with logarithmic action: Toy-model for gluons in baryons
- 2+1
Abelian `Gauge Theory' Inspired by Ideal Hydrodynamics

**Other Research Topics: ** Variational
Principle for Large-N Multi-Matrix Models formulated as classical
dynamical systems, Approximation methods for Large-N Yang-Mills Theory
and matrix models, Non-perturbative structure of Baryons as Solitons in
the large N limit of Two-dimensional QCD, Loop space representation of
Yang-Mills Theory, Non-commutative Probability Theory.

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