RAS B. PANDEY

 

Professor of Physics

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS 39406-5046, USA

Telephone: 601 266 4485; Fax: 601 266 5149; Email: ras.pandey@usm.edu

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS: (in refereed journals)

 

2013:

o   Distinction in binding of peptides (P2E) and its mutations (P2G, P2Q) to a graphene sheet via a hierarchical coarse-grained Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, B.L. Farmer, J. Chem. Phys. 139, 164901 (2013).

o   Conformational response to solvent interaction and temperature of a protein (histone h3.1) by a multi-grained Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, B.L. Farmer, PLoS One 8, e76069 (2013).

o   A hierarchical coarse-grained (All-Atom-to-All-Residue) computer simulation approach: self-assembly of peptides, R.B. Pandey, Zhifeng Kuang, B.L. Farmer, PLoS One 8, e70847 (2013).

o   Variation in structure of a protein (H2AX) with knowledge-based interactions, M. Fritsche, R.B. Pandey, B.L. Farmer, D.W. Heermann, PLoS One 8, e64507 (2013).

2012:

 

o   Random coil to globular thermal response of a protein (H3.1) with three knowledge-based coarse-grained potentials, Ras B. Pandey, Barry L. Farmer, PLoS One 7, e49352 (2012).

o   Conformational temperature-dependent behavior of a histone H2AX: A coarse-grained Monte Carlo approach via knowledge-based interaction potentials, Miriam Fritsche, R.B. Pandey, B.L. Farmer, D.W. Heermann, PLoS One 7, e32075 (2012).

o   Stability of peptide (P1, P2) binding to a graphene sheet via an all-atom to all-residue coarse-grained approach, R.B. Pandey, Zhifeng Kuang, B.L. Farmer, Steve S. Kim, Rajesh R. Naik, Soft Matter 8, 9101 (2012).

o   A Multifractal detrended fluctuation analysis (MDFA) of the Chinese Growth Enterprise Market (GEM), Hui WANG, Luojie Xiang, R.B.Pandey, Physica A 391, 3496 (2012).

 

2011:

o   Scaffolding of an antimicrobial peptide (KSL) by a scale-down coarse-grained approach, R.S. Hissam, B.L. Farmer, and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 21262 (2011).

o   Supramolecular assembly of a biomineralizing antimicrobial peptide in coarse-grained Monte Carlo simulations, D. Matthew Eby, Glenn R. Johnson, Barry L. Farmer, Ras B. Pandey, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 1123 (2011).

o   Adsorption mechanism of single amino acid and surfactant molecules to Au {111} surfaces in aqueous solution: design rules for metal binding molecules, J. Feng, R.B. Pandey, R.J. Berry, B.L. Farmer, R.R. Naik, and H. Heinz, Soft Matter 7, 2113 (2011).

 

2010:

o   A layer of clay platelets in a peptide (M1: HGINTTKPFKSV) matrox: binding, encapsulation and morphology, R.B. Pandey, H. Heinz, B.L. Farmer, L.F. Drummy, S.E. Jones, R.A. Vaia, and R.R. Naik, J. Polym. Sci. B: Polymer Physics, 48, 2566 (2010).

o   Bio-functionalization and immobilization of a membrane via peptide binding (CR3-1, S2) by a Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, H. Heinz, J. Feng, and B.L. Farmer, J. Chem. Phys. 133, 095102 (2010).

o   Bioassembled layered silicate-metal nanoparticle hybrids, L.F. Drummy, S.E. Jones, R.B. Pandey, B.L. Farmer, R.A. Vaia, and R.R. Naik, ACS Applied Mat. Interf. 2, 5658 (2010).

o   Global structure of a human immunodeficiency virus -1 protease (1DIFA dimer) in an effective solvent medium by a Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey and B.L. Farmer J. Chem. Phys. 132, 125101 (2010).

 

2009:

o   Intercalation of solvent and polymer in galleries of mobile clay platelets by a Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey and B.L. Farmer, J. Poly. Sci. Part B, Polymer Physics 47, 2487 (2009).

o   Molecular interactions of peptides with gold, palladium, and Pd-Au bimetal surfaces in aqueous solution, H. Heinz, B.L. Farmer, R.B. Pandey, J.M. Slocik, S.S. Patnaik, R. Pachter, and R.R. Naik, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131, 9704 (2009).

o   Correlated response in a driven flow of self-organizing particles around a slit in porous media by interacting lattice gas, R.B. Pandey and J.F. Gettrust, Phys. Rev. E 80, 011130 (2009).

o   Residues energy and mobility in-sequence to global structure and dynamics of a HIV-1 protease (1DIFA) by a coarse-grained Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey and B.L. Farmer, J. Chem. Phys. 130, 044906 (2009).

o   Adsorption of peptides (A3, Flg, Pd2, Pd4) on gold and palladium surfaces by a coarse-grained Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, H. Heinz, J. Feng, B.L. Farmer, J.M. Slocik, L.F. Drummy, and R.R. Naik, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 11, 1989 (2009).

 

2008:

o   Exfoliation of a stack of platelets and intercalation of polymer chains: effects of molecular weight, entanglement, and interaction with the polymer matrix, R.B. Pandey and B.L. Farmer, J. Poly. Sci. Part B, Polymer Physics 46, 2696 (2008).

o   Sheets: Entropy dissipation, multi-scale dynamics, dispersion, and intercalation, R.B. Pandey, K.L. Anderson, and B.L. Farmer, Comp. Sci. Engg. 10, 90 (2008).

o   Conformation of a coarse-grained protein chain (an aspartic acid protease) model in effective solvent by a bond-fluctuating Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey and B.L. Farmer, Phys. Rev. E 77, 031902 (2008).

o   Effect of temperature and solvent on dispersion of layered platelets by Monte Carlo simulations, R.B. Pandey and B.L. Farmer, Macromol. Ther. Sim. 17, 208 (2008).

o   Can a difference in molecular weights cause an eruption in a driven flow of self-organizing immiscible system? R.B. Pandey and J.F. Gettrust, Eur. Phys. J. B 61, 83 (2008).

 

2007:

o   Monte Carlo simulation of a film growth with reactive hydrophobic, polar, and aqueous components by a covalent bond-fluctuating model, S. Yang and R.B. Pandey, J. Chem. Phys. 126, 174708 (2007)

o   Flow through a laboratory sediment sample by computer simulation modeling, R.B. Pandey, A.H. Reed, E. Braithwaite, R. Seyfarth, and J.F. Gettrust, Physica A 374, 501 (2007).

o   Multi-scale mode dynamics of a tethered membrane, R.B. Pandey, K.L. Anderson, and B.L. Farmer, Phys. Rev. E 75, 061913 (2007).

 

2006:

o   Eruptive Flow Response in a Multi-Component Driven System by an Interacting Lattice Gas Simulation, R.B. Pandey and J.F. Gettrust, Physica A 368, 416 (2006)

o   Film Growth and Surface Roughness with Effective Fluctuating Covalent Bonds in Evaporating Aqueous Solution of Reactive Hydrophobic and Polar Groups: A Computer Simulation Model, Shihai Yang, Adam Seyfarth, Sam Bateman, and R. B. Pandey, Macromol. Theory Simul. 15, 263 (2006)

o   Multi-scale dynamics of an interacting sheet by a Bond-Fluctuating Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, Kelly L. Anderson, B.L. Farmer, J. Poly. Sci. Part B, Polymer Physics 44, 2512 (2006)

o   Exfoliation of stacked sheets: Effects of temperature, platelet size, and quality of solvent by a Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, Kelly L. Anderson, B.L. Farmer, J. Poly. Sci. Part B, Polymer Physics 44, 3580 (2006)

 

2005:

o   Conformation and Dynamics of a Self-Avoiding Sheet: Bond-Fluctuation Computer Simulation,R.B. Pandey, Kelly L Anderson, Hendrik Heinz, and B.L. Farmer, J. Polymer Sci. Part B: Polymer Physics, 43, 1041 (2005).

o   Thermal roughening and deroughening at polymer interfaces in electrophoretic deposition, Frank W. Bentrem and R.B. Pandey, Macromolecules 38, 992 (2005)

o   Film formation from aqueous polyurethane dispersions of reactive hydrophobic and hydrophilic components: spectroscopic studies and Monte Carlo simulations, D.B. Otts, Luis A. Cueva-Parra, R.B. Pandey, and M.W. Urban, Langmuir 21,  4034 (2005).

o   Flow Response of a Segregating Mixture by Interacting Lattice Gas Simulation, R.B. Pandey and J.F. Gettrust, Physica A  358, 437 (2005)

o   Structural response in steady-state flow of a multi-component driven system: Interacting lattice gas simulation, R.B. Pandey and J.F. Gettrust, Physica A 345, 555 (2005).

o   Effects of temperature and solvent on the structure and transport of a tethered membrane: Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey, K.L. Anderson, and B.L. Farmer, J. Polymer Sci. Part B: Polymer Physics 43, 3478 (2005).

 

2004:

o   Relaxation to native conformation of a bond-fluctuating protein chain with hydrophobic and polar nodes, Johan Bjursell and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 70, 052904 (2004).

o   Surface phase partitioning in film formation of waterborne polyurethanes: Monte Carlo simulations and internal-reflection R imaging, R.B. Pandey and M.W. Urban, Langmuir 20, 2970 (2004).

o   Radical initiated polymerization in a bifunctional mixture via computer simulation,Keri L. Diamond, R.B. Pandey, and Shelby F. Thames,J. Chem. Phys. 120, 11905 (2004)

o   Modeling the polymerization behavior of vegetable-oil-derived macromonomers in solution by computer simulation, Keri L. Diamond, R.B. Pandey, and Shelby F. Thames, J. Polymer Sci. B 42, 1164 (2004)

o   Modeling of polymerization behavior of mixtures of acrylates and olefins via computer simulation, Keri L. Diamond, R.B. Pandey, and Shelby F. Thames, Structural Chem. 15, 509 (2004).

o   A momentum trading approach to technical analysis of DOW Jones industrials, H. Wang and R.B. Pandey,Physica A 331, 639 (2004).

o   Momentum analysis of DJI stocks near sharp rise, crash, and consolidation, H. Wang and R.B. Pandey, Physica A 334, 524 (2004).

 

2003:

o   Self-organized phase segregation in a driven flow of dissimilar particles mixtures, R.B. Pandey, J.F. Gettrust, R. Seyfarth, and L.A. Cueva-Parra, Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 14, 955 (2003).

o   Driven chain macromolecule in a heterogeneous membrane-like medium, R.B. Pandey and R. Seyfarth, Structural Chem. 14, 445 (2003).

o   Polymer interface changes in electrophoretic deposition, R.B. Pandey,Prog. Organic Coatings, 47, 324 (2003).

 

 

2002:

o   Effects of viral mutation on cellular dynamics in a Monte Carlo simulation of HIV immune response model in three dimensions, R. Manion, H.J. Ruskin, and R.B. Pandey, Theor. Biosc. 121, 237 (2002)

o   Asymmetries, Correlations and Fat Tails in Percolation Market Model, Iksoo Chang, Dietrich Stauffer, R.B. Pandey, J. Theor. Appl. Finance 5, 585 (2002).

o   Electrophoretic deposition of chain macromolecules: conformation and density profile, roughening, and deroughening, R.B. Pandey, Struct. Chem. 13, 161 (2002)

o   Density and conformation with relaxed substrate, bulk, and interface in electrophoretic deposition of polymer chains, Frank W. Bentrem, Jun Xie, and R. B. Pandey, J. Mol. Structure: THEOCHEM 592, 95 (2002)

o   Interface relaxation in electrophoretic deposition of polymer chains: Effects of segmental dynamics, molecular weight, and field, Frank W. Bentrem, Jun Xie, and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 65, 041606 (2002)

o   Viral load and stochastic mutation in a Monte Carlo simulation of HIV, H.J. Ruskin, R.B. Pandey, and Y. Liu, Physica A 311, 213 (2002)

o   Density Profile and Flow of Miscible Fluid with Dissimilar Constituent Masses, R.B. Pandey, D. Stauffer, R. Seyfarth, Luis A. Cueva, J.F. Gettrust, and Warren Wood,  Physica A 310, 325 (2002)

 

2001:

o   Concentration gradient, diffusion, and flow through open porous medium near percolation threshold via computer simulations, R.B.Pandey, J.F. Gettrust, and D. Stauffer, Physica A 300, 1 (2001).

o   Density profile and flow of driven gas in an open porous medium with a computer simulation, R.B. Pandey, J.L. Becklehimer, and J.F. Gettrust, Physica A 289, 321 (2001).

o   Effect of trading momentum and price resistance on stock market dynamics: a glauber Monte Carlo simulation, F. Castiglione, R.B. Pandey, and D. Stauffer, Physica A 293, 223 (2001).

o   Gradient driven flow: Lattice gas, diffusion equation, and measurement scale, R.B. Pandey, W.T. Wood, and J.F. Gettrust, Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 12, 273 (2001).

o   A monte carlo simulation of thermal driven fluid: flux rate and density profile, R.B. Pandey and J.F. Gettrust, Physica A 293, 93 (2001).

 

2000:

o   A hybrid Monte Carlo approach to molecular aggregation in a porous medium, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Eur. Phys. J. E 1, 221 (2000).

o   Electrophoretic deposition of polymer chains: A Monte Carlo study of density profile and conformation, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Biomacromolecules 1, 407 (2000).

o   Effect of polymer matrix density on molecular segregation and orientational ordering by a hybrid computer simulation, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Physica A 282, 375 (2000).

o   Search for log-periodic oscillations in stock market simulation, R.B. Pandey and D. Stauffer, International J. Theor. and Appl. Fin. 3, 479 (2000).

o   Roughening, deroughening, and nonuniversal scaling of the interface width in electrophoretic deposition of polymer chains, F.W. Bentrem, R.B. Pandey, and F. Family, Phys. Rev. E 62, 914 (2000).

o   A Monte Carlo approach to population dynamics of cell in an HIV immune response model, R. Mannion, H. Ruskin, and R.B. Pandey, Theor. Biosci. 119, 94 (2000).

o   Effect of mutation on helper T-cells and viral population: A computer simulation model for HIV, R. Mannion, H. Ruskin, and R.B. Pandey, Theor. Biosci. 119, 10 (2000).

o   Effect of cellular mobility on immune response, R.B. Pandey, R. Mannion, and H. Ruskin, Physica A 283, 447 (2000).

o   Driven flow and pinning of molecular aggregates in a heterogeneous medium, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, J. Chem. Phys. 112, 10659 (2000).

o   Characterization of driven polymer surfaces: growth and roughness, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 61, 1793 (2000).

o   Fractal dimensionality of pore and grain volume of a siliciclastic marine sand, A.H. Reed, R.B. Pandey, and D.A. Lavoie, Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 11, 1555 (2000).

 

1999:

o   Flow of Polymer Chains and Segregation in a Field with a Hybrid Simulation, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Macromol. Theor.Simul. 8, 571 (1999).

o   Simulations of Sol-to-Gel modeling: effects of mobility, reversibility, and quality of solvent, R.B. Pandey and Y. Liu,J. Sol-Gel Sci. Tech.15, 147 (1999).

o   Effects of field on temperature-induced segregation and folding of polymer chains, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, J. Chem. Phys.110, 5993 (1999).

o   Thermal-induced crossover: Darcy-to-Power law response inflow of polymer chains, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Physica A265, 416 (1999).

o   Log-periodic oscillations for biased diffusion of a polymer chain in a porous medium, V. Yamakov, A. Milchev, G.M. Foo, R.B. Pandey, D. Stauffer,  Euro. Phys. J. B 9, 659 (1999).

 

1998:

o   Electrophoretic deposition of polymer chains on adsorbing surface in (2+1)-dimensions: conformational anisotropy and nonuniversal coverage, G.M. Foo andR.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 3767 (1998).

o   Conformation and dynamics of polymer chains on dirty surfaces: a discrete-to-continuum approach, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 1162 (1998).

o   A discrete-to-continuum simulation approach to polymer chain systems: subdiffusion, segregation, and chain folding, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 57, 5802 (1998).

o   A computer simulation study of cell population in a fuzzy interaction model for mutating HIV, A. Mielke and R.B.  Pandey, Physica A 251, 430 (1998).

o   Electrophoretic flow of interacting polymer chains: Effects of temperature, polymer concentration, and porosity, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey,  Macromol. Theory Simul.  7, 283 (1998).

o   A stochastic cellular automata approach to cellular dynamics for HIV: effect of viral mutation, R.B. Pandey, Theory Biosci.117, 32 (1998).

 

1997:

o   Electro-deposition of polymer chains on an adsorbing wall: Density profiles and wall coverage, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, J. Chem. Phys. 107, 10260 (1997).

o   Nonuniversal scaling and conformational crossover of polymer chains in an electrophoretic deposition, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. Lett. 79, 2903 (1997).

o   Crossover dynamics for polymer simulation in porous media, V. Yamakov, D. Stauffer, A. Milchev, G.M. Foo, and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. Lett. 79, 2356 (1997).

o   A lattice gas approach to shock propagation in a clay-like deformable porous medium, R.B. Pandey and J.L. Becklehimer, Physica A 243, 243 (1997).

o   Conformation of interacting polymer chains: effects of temperature, bias, polymer concentration, and porosity, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 55, 4433 (1997).

o   Computer-simulation studies of  kinetic gelation, Y. Liu and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. B55, 8257 (1997).

o   Semidilute and concentrated polymer solutions near attractive walls: Dynamic Monte Carlo simulation of density and pressure profiles of a coarse-grained model, R.B. Pandey, A. Milchev, and K. Binder, Macromolecules 30, 1194 (1997).

o   Conformation and dynamics of interacting polymer chains in a porous medium, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey, Physica A 241, 500(1997).

 

1996:

o   Inhomogeneity in gelation and nonuniversality of Sol-to-Gel transition by a computer simulation model, Y. Liu and R.B.Pandey,  Phys. Rev. E 54, 6609 (1996).

o   Kinetics and jamming coverage in a random sequential adsorption of polymer chains, J.-S. Wang and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. Lett.77, 1773 (1996).

o   Dynamics of interacting polymer chains and solvents, R.B. Pandey, A.T. Bernardes, G.M. Foo, and D. Stauffer, J. Chem. Phys. 105,1682 (1996).

o   Sol-gel transitions in thermoreversible gels: Onset of gelation and melting, Y. Liu and R.B. Pandey, J. Chem. Phys. 105, 825 (1996).

o   Dynamics and conformation of polymer chains in a porous medium, G.M. Foo, R.B. Pandey, and D. Stauffer, Phys. Rev. E53, 3717 (1996).

o   Lateral diffusion in a binary lipid system by a computer simulation, R.B. Pandey, Physica A 223, 309 (1996).

 

1995:

o   Computer simulation study of the permeability of driven polymers through porous media, G.M. Foo and R.B. Pandey,  Phys. Rev. E 51,5738 (1995).

o   Computer simulation study of the permeability of a porous sediment model, R.B. Pandey and J.L. Becklehimer,  Phys. Rev. E51, 3341 (1995).

o   A hybrid computer simulation approach to shock propagation in fluid through porous media, R.B. Pandey and J.L. Becklehimer, Physica A 219, 121 (1995).

 

1994:

o   Driven front and interface of a fluid-flow model in 2+1 dimensions, M.J. Leaseburg and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 50, 3730 (1994).

o   Simulation of the growth of a binary composite by a controlled thermal annealing, R.B. Pandey, R.S. Sinkovits, E.S. Oran, and J.P. Boris,  J. Phys. I 4, 1427 (1994).

o   Kinetics of gelation growth in a sol-gel transition by a computer-simulation model, Y. Liu and R.B. Pandey,  J. Phys. II 4, 865 (1994).

o   Micelle formation, relaxation time, and three-phase coexistence in a microemulsion model, D. Stauffer, N. Jan, Y. He, R.B. Pandey, D. Gerrard Marangoni and T. Smith-Palmer, J. Chem. Phys. 100, 6934 (1994).

o   Percolation of chains and jamming coverage in two dimensions by computer-simulation, J.L. Becklehimer and R.B. Pandey, J. Stat. Phys. 75, 765 (1994).

o   Computer simulation of random sequential adsorption of two interacting species on a lattice, R.S. Sinkovits and R.B. Pandey, J. Stat. Phys. 74, 457 (1994).

 

1993:

o   Evidence of a nondiffusive transport in a monodisperse screened Coulomb system by molecular dynamics simulation, M. Wild and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 47, 3246 (1993).

o   Driven diffusion, Kawasaki dynamics, mixing, and spatial ordering in an interacting lattice gas, Y. He and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 565 (1993).

o   Driven diffusion of particles, first passage front and interface growth, R. Bidaux and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. E 48, 2382 (1993).

o   Simulation of amphiphilic polymer chain in a lattice model for microemulsion, D. Stauffer, N. Jan, and R.B. Pandey, Physica A 198, 401 (1993).

 

1992:

o   Simulation of demixing transition for binary fluid within a gel, D. Stauffer and R.B. Pandey,  J. Phys. A 25, L 1079 (1992).

o   A Monte Carlo study of subdiffusive displacements of interacting particles in a percolating system, R.B. Pandey, Physica A 191, 438 (1992).

o   Breakdown of diffusive motion in an interacting lattice gas, R. B. Pandey, Physica A187,77 (1992).

o   A computer-simulation study of sticks percolation, J. Becklehimer, and R.B. Pandey, Physica A 187, 71 (1992).

o   Immunologically motivated simulations of cellular automata, D. Stauffer and R.B. Pandey, Comp. in Phys. 6, 404 (1992).

o   Dynamic scaling of the interface in a diffusive front, F. Family and .B. Pandey, J.  Phys. A 25, L745 (1992).

o   A continuum analysis of cellular growth for a model of immune response relevant to HIV infection, R.B. Pandey, J. Phys. I 2, 37 (1992).

 

1991:

o   A computer-simulation study for the permeability of an interacting lattice gas through a percolating system, R.B. Pandey and S. Yu,  J. Phys. A24, 3959 (1991).

o   Cellular automata approach to interacting cellular network models fort he dynamics of cell population in an early HIV infection, R.B. Pandey, Physica A179, 442 (1991).

o   Transport properties of an interacting-lattice-gas in a charge density gradient by Monte Carlo simulation, R.B. Pandey and S. Gao, Phys. Rev. A 43, 4365 (1991).

o   On a discrete approach to cell dynamics in context to immune response against HIV, R. B. Pandey, J. Phys. I 1, 1709 (1991).

o   Minimal path on the hierarchical diamond lattice, S. Roux, A. Hansen, L. R. da Silva, L. S. Lucena, and R. B. Pandey,  J. Stat. Phys. 65, 183 (1991).

 

1990:

o   Power-law exponents for a spreading front and growing interface in an irreversible wetting, E. Willett and R.B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 3414 (1990).

o   Metastability with probabilistic cellular automata in an HIV infection, R. B. Pandey, and D. Stauffer, J. Stat. Phys.  61, 231 (1990).

o   Computer simulation study of conductivity in a two-dimensional binary fluid mixture, R. B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. A42, 3363 (1990).

o   Growth and decay of a cellular population in a multicell immune network, J. Phys. A 23, 4321 (1990).

 

1989:

o   Computer simulation of a cellular automata model for the immune response in a retrovirus system, R. B. Pandey, J. Stat. Phys.  54, 997 (1989).

o   Immune response via interacting three dimensional network of cellular automata, R. B.  Pandey and D. Stauffer, J de Phys. 50, 1 (1989).

o   Interface width of a moving front in a model of stochastic transport in two dimensions, R. B. Pandey, J. Phys. A22, L749 (1989).

o   Monte Carlo study of surface critical behavior in the XY model, D. P. Landau, R. B. Pandey, and K. Binder, Phys. Rev. B39, 12302 (1989).

 

1988:

o   A scaling approach for the conductivity in a superconductor-insulator stirred percolating systems, R. B. Pandey, Phys. Rev. A38, (1988).

 

1987:

o   Nonmonotonic conductivity in a conductor-insulator fluid mixture, R. B. Pandey, J. Phys. A 20, L1287 (1987).

o   Monte Carlo evidence for the deviation from the Alexander-Orbach rule in three dimensional percolation, R. B. Pandey, D. Stauffer, and J. G. Zabolitsky, J. Stat. Phys 49, 849 (1987).

o   Critical slowing down in a randomly biased percolating system at percolation threshold, R. B. Pandey,J. Phys. A20, L337 (1987).

o   Conductivity exponent for stirred superconductor-insulator mixtures, A. R. Kerstein and R. B.Pandey, Phys. Rev. A35, 3575 (1987).

 

1986:

o   Graph theory, fractal nature and physicochemical properties of alkane, R. Rouvrary and R. B. Pandey, Chem. Phys.85, 2286 (1986).

o   Disordered-induced transport: I. Simple cubic lattice, R. B. Pandey, J. Phys. A 9, 3925 (1986).

o   Anomalous Conformation of Chain Polymers:  Random Walk of a Random Walk on a Random Walk, R. B. Pandey,  J. Phys. A L53 (1986).

 

1985:

o   Directed Gelation in Branched Polymers, R. B. Pandey and D. P. Landau, J. Phys. A 18, L399 (1985).

o   Inhomogeneity during the bulk polymerization of divinyl compounds: differential scanning calorimetry experiments and percolation theory, H. Boots, J. Kloosterboer, G.  van de Hei, and R.B. Pandey, Brit. Polym.J. 17, 219 (1985).

 

1984:

o   Qualitative percolation study of free radical cross-linking polymerization, H. M. J.  Boots and R. B. Pandey, Polymer Bull. 11, 415 (1984).

o   The notion of a strange fractal phenomena - disorder induced walk, R. B. Pandey, J. Phys. A 17, L551 (1984).

o   Flory theory for the fractal nature of an irreversible kinetic gelation in branched polymer, R.B. Pandey, J. Phys. A17, L579 (1984).

o   Speculations of self avoiding surfaces in fractals-a mean field treatment, R. B. Pandey, N. Kumar, and D. Stauffer, J. Phys. A 17, L859 (1984).

o   Classical diffusion, drift and trapping in random percolation systems, Phys. Rev. B 30, 489 (1984).

o   Classical diffusion on random systems above, below and at percolation threshold in two and three dimensions, R. B. Pandey, D. Stauffer, A. Margolina, and J. Zabolitzky, J. Stat. Phys. 34, 427 (1984).

o   Real space renomalization group for kinetic gelation, T. Lookman,R. B. Pandey, N.  Jan, D. Stauffer, L. L. Moseley, and H.E. Stanley, Phys. Rev. B 29, 2805 (1984).

o   Computer simulation of irreversible kinetic gelation:  crossover between random and kinetic growth, radical conservation, poison and chain preferred reactions, R. B.  Pandey, J. Stat. Phys. 34, 163 (1984).

 

1983:

o   Fractal dimensionality and the number of visited sites of the ant in the labyrinth, R. B.  Pandey and D. Stauffer, J. Phys. A 16, L511 (1983).

o   Confirmation of dynamical scaling at percolation threshold,  R. B. Pandey and D. Stauffer, Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 527 (1983).

o   Computer simulation of gelation with and without radicals by additive copolymerization, R. B. Pandey and D. Stauffer, Phys. Lett. 95A, 511 (1983).

o   Exact results for the linear chain planar EQQ model, R. B. Pandey, Phys. Lett. 96A, 397 (1983).

 

1981:

o   Critical properties of diluted anisotropic magnets near percolation threshold, D. Kumar, R.B. Pandey, and M. Barma, Phys. Rev. B 23, 2269 (1981).

 

1979:

o   Renormalization group calculations for the dilute Heisenberg magnet, M. Barma, D.  Kumar, and R.B. Pandey, J. Phys. C 12, L 283 (1979).

o   Comment on 'Migdal renormalization group approach to quantum spin systems, M.  Barma, D. Kumar, and R.B. Pandey, J. Phys. C 12, L 909 (1979).

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