Srinivasa Prasannaa V
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A B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from SASTRA University (2010), Dr. Prasannaa pursued M.Sc (2013) and PhD (2018) at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA), Bangalore, followed by positions of a postdoctoral researcher (2017-2018) at IIA and a postdoctoral fellow (2018-2020) at the Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad. His research interests include quantum algorithms for atomic and molecular physics and carrying out computationally-intensive quantum many-body calculations on molecular systems for probing fundamental physics.
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Sumeet, V. S. Prasannaa, B. K. Sahoo, and B. P. Das, Assessing the Precision of Quantum Simulation of Many-Body Effects in Atomic Systems using the Variational Quantum Eigensolver Algorithm, Quantum Reports 4, 173 (2022).
R. Mitra, B. K. Sahoo, and V. S. Prasannaa, Electric dipole moments and static dipole polarizabilities of alkali-metal–alkaline-earth-metal molecules: Nonrelativistic versus relativistic coupled-cluster-theory analysis, Phys. Rev. A 105, 062811 (2022).
R. Alarcon et al, Electric dipole moments and the search for new physics (white paper), arXiV 2203.08103 (2022).
R. Villela, V. S. Prasannaa, and B. P. Das, High precision quantum simulation of ionization energies of single valence atoms, EPJ Plus 137, 1017 (2022).
D. Halder, V. S. Prasannaa, and R. Maitra, Dual exponential coupled cluster theory: unitary adaptation, implementation in the variational quantum eigensolver framework, and pilot applications, J Chem Phys 157, 174117 (2022).
D. Halder, V. S. Prasannaa, V. Agarawal, and R. Maitra, Iterative quantum phase estimation with variationally prepared reference state, Int J Quant Chem 123, 3 (2023).
R. Bala, V. S. Prasannaa, and B. P. Das, Relativistic calculations of molecular electric dipole moments of singly charged aluminium monohalides, J Phys B 56, 125101 (2023).
R. Bala, V. S. Prasannaa, M. Abe, and B. P. Das, Effective electric field associated with the electric dipole moment of the electron for TlF+, EPJ Plus 138, 478 (2023).
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