Syed Adil Pasha | Department of Physics


Syed Adil
PhD Researcher
Department of Physics
School of Natural Sciences (SNS)
PhD Scholar, Physics
Shiv Nadar University
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Profile Summary 

I am working on becoming an Astro-particle physicist, and I believe that all good things come to those who wait, so I am waiting patiently with my fingers crossed.

Educational Qualifications 
Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi
Teaching & Research Interests: 

I am interested in High Energy Physics, and Cosmology, currently working on Supersymmetric Dark Matter direct detection prospects with Dr Arindam Chatterjee.

I also teach courses such as Introduction to Classical Mechanics, Introduction to Electromagnetism, and Introduction to Quantum Mechanics.

Research Areas 
Conferences (Select): 
  1. Title: Higgsino-like Dark Matter Detection with radiative corrections

Workshop on Particle Physics, Astrophysics, and Cosmology (WPAC)

Poster presentation: I have presented a poster in this workshop that was held at Shiv Nadar University, Institution of Eminence, Greater Noida, India, and this work is the extension of what I have been doing (please see below) so far on dark matter studies. In the poster, I have calculated the one-loop radiative corrections to the MSSM Dark matter candidate, Neutralino, when it is Higgsino-like. Then I evaluated the percentage change in the cross section due to this correction and analyzed the change in the Direct Detection bounds of ongoing experiments.


2. Title: Radiative Corrections to the Direct Detection of Higgsino-like Dark Matter

Department of Atomic Energy-High Energy Physics (DAE-HEP) National Conference

Proceeding in preparation: In this work I have presented one-loop radiative corrections for Higgsino-like Neutralino in MSSM Dark Matter. I have calculated and compared the results with the experimental observations. Specifically, I studied corrections to the Neutralino-Neutralino-Higgs vertex when the Neutralino is almost pure Higgsino-like. The vertex corrections are considerable and are about 80% of the tree-level values and the cross-section corrections are approximately 30% and 50% for different benchmark points. These results are preliminary, though and I am still working on finding the set of diagrams that are Gauge Invariant. For now, I am working using the Feynman Gauge. I am also working out on the On-shell renormalization scheme, which is used to calculate the Renormalization constants in the loop correction diagrams. Moreover, I am working to check the benchmark points for almost pure gauginos.



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