Prof. Anisul Ain Usmani





    Nuclear Theory, GTR and its application to astrophysical objects






    Time Table 2020-2021 even semester


Usmani's present research interests include relativistic gravitation and its application to Astrophysics and Cosmology. Besides, he works on many-body theories to study finite- and infinite-body nuclear systems. At present, he is studying nuclear pasta phase under extreme exotic conditions in supernova collapse and in heavy-ion collisions. The study of compact dense stars, neuteron and hyperon stars is his another interest. He also works on strangeness physics of hypernuclei . The color transparency effects and final state interaction had been the focus of his research in the past. 

He is an associate of Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune, India. He was an ICSC world Laboratory scholar at International School of Advanced Studies (Scuola Internazionale Superiore di studi  Avanzati), Trieste, Italy. 

During his research career, he collaborated with  many researchers at leading institutions of the world  like, ForschungsZentrum, Juelich, Germany, University of Alberta, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Univeristy of Pisa, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois and University of Rome. He visited and worked  as a researcher at most of the above institutions.

He has published many research articles in journals of high impact on the above subjects. During his university education, he earned National merit scholarship and University graduate and postgraduate merit scholarships.  He completed his Ph.D. on nucleus-nucleus collisions in 1990 under the supervision of Prof. Israr Ahmad. He is teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Aligarh Muslim University, India since 1998.

  1. Key Publications
  2. The role of the elemental nature of A = 3 nuclei in neutron-rich nuclei
  3. The (2+1)-dimensional charged gravastars
  4. A relativistic model for Strange Quark Star
  5. The (2+1)-dimensional gravastars
  6. Charged gravastars admitting conformal motion
  7. A comparison of Horava-Lifshitz gravity and Einstein gravity through thin-shell wormhole construction
  8. Galactic rotation curves inspired by a noncommutative-geometry background
  9. Thin-shell wormholes from charged black holes in generalized dilaton-axion gravity
  10. Features of galactic halo in a brane world model and observational constraints
  11. Electromagnetic mass model admitting conformal motion
  12. Galactic rotation curves and brane world models
  13. The Dark energy equation of state
  14. Behaviour of the Lambda N and Lambda NN potential strengths in the He**5(Lambda) hypernucleus
  15. Lambda N space-exchange correlation effects He-5(Lambda) hypernucleus
  16. Final state interactions in He-4(e, e-prime p)H-3 at large proton energy
  17. On the missing momentum dependence of the color transparency effects in (e, e-prime p) scattering

    O. Benhar, S. Fantoni, Nikolai N. Nikolaev, J. Speth, A.A. Usmani, B.G. Zakharov
    Published in J.Exp.Theor.Phys. 83 (1996) 1063-1079, Zh.Eksp.Teor.Fiz. 110 (1996) 1933-1959

  18. Glauber theory of initial and final state interactions in (p, 2 p) scattering
  19. Quark - lepton Yukawa unification at lower mass scales

  20. The Longitudinal asymmetry of the (e, e-prime p) missing momentum distribution as a signal of color transparency
  21. The Three baryon Lambda N N potential
  22. Variational calculations of the Lambda separation energy of the (Lambda) O-17 hypernucleus
  23. Matter radii of light proton-rich and neutron-rich nuclear isotopes

    Suhel Ahmad, A.A. Usmani, Z.A. Khan
    Published in Phys.Rev. C96 (2017) no.6, 064602
    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.064602