Department of Physics
Indian Institute Of Technology Madras , Chennai
QIP Short Term Course 2018
Short Term Course on "Frontiers in Microwaves" during October 22 - 27, 2018 at IIT Madras.
The International Workshop on Vertex Detectors(VERTEX)is a major annual series of international workshops for physicists and engineers from high energy and nuclear physics community.
The DAE-BRNS High Energy Physics(HEP) Symposium is a premier event held every other year in India,supported by the Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS), Department of Atomic Energy(DAE),India.
Ph.D Selection Results July-Nov 2018
List of candidates selected for July-November, 2018 admissions to Ph.D. Programme
Physics Lecture Series
Upcoming physics lecture series from May 23rd to June 30th, 2018.
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The Limits of Cosmology
Prof. Joe Silk, IAP (Paris), John Hopkins University and the University of Oxford.
The emerging world of 2D materials and their heterostructures
Prof. G.P. Das, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata
The discrete charm of scale invariance in nuclear and atomic physics
Prof. Ubirajara van Kolck, University of Arizona
From listening to black-hole collisions to discovering cosmic gold mines
Dr. Chandra Kant Mishra, Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Down-To-Earth String Theory
Prof. Rajesh Gopakumar, ICTS, Bengaluru
Fascinating life-stories of cosmic light-houses
Prof. Avinash A. Deshpande, Raman Research Institute, Bengaluru.
Carbon: From Simplicity to Quantum Complexity
Prof. G. Baskaran, IMSc and Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada
Fascinating world of photons, superposition and entanglement
Prof. Urbasi Sinha, Raman Research Institute, Bengaluru
Disorder as a probe for spin liquids
Prof. Arnab Sen, IACS, Kolkata
Superconducting Quantum Circuits: Science Meets Technology
Prof. Rudolf Gross,WMI, Germany.
Puzzles in the theory of heat conduction in low-dimensional systems
Prof. Abhishek Dhar, ICTS, Bengaluru
Probing for New Physics at the Flavour Frontier
Prof. Guy Wilkinson, University of Oxford.
The quest for Starfire on earth: where are we today?
Prof. Abhijit Sen
Prof. Anjan Gupta, IITKanpur
Mechanisms governing shape changes in biological membranes
Prof. P.B. Sunil Kumar , IIT Palakkad and IITM.
Reaching light-speed in a centimeter!
Dr. Rajeev Paramel Pattathil (RAL, UK)
Frustrated magnets and spin liquids
Prof. John Chalker, University of Oxford
Nuclear Physics, a century old challenge
Dr. Sunethra Ramanan, IIT Madras
Small, fast...yet still in control: how insect flight deals with the challenge of miniaturization
Prof. Sanjay Sane, National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore
Geometry of Quantum Entanglement
Prof. Karol Zyczkowski, Jagiellonian University (Cracow) and Center for Theoretical Physics Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw).
Measuring the expansion history of the Universe with Supernovae Type Ia: successes and pitfalls
Prof. R. Trotta, Imperial College London
Superconductivity at extremely low carrier density: Bismuth
Prof. S. Ramakrishnan, TIFR.
The Phase Diagram of QCD
Prof. Bedangadas Mohanty, NISER, Bhubaneswar.
Prof. Ranjit Nanda, IIT Madras
The Little Laser That Could A Focused Laser Beam: Useful Tool for Nanoscience Research
Prof. C.H. Sow, National University of Singapore
Exploring Nature of Neutrinos: Search for neutrino-less double beta decay
Prof. R.G. Pillay, TIFR, Mumbai.
Turning Science into Technology: Tales of Some Recent Experiences
Prof. Rudra Pratap
Unravelling Emergent Order in Quantum Materials .................
Prof. Andrew Boothroyd, University of Oxford.
What it takes to make graphene magnetic
Dr Ranjit Nanda, IITM
Hydrodynamics of active matter at the micron scale
Prof. Ronojoy Adhikari, IMSc.
Short Time Spans in Ultrafast Science
Prof. Jan M. Rost, Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.
Cosmology and fundamental physics using QSO absorption lines
Prof. Raghunathan Srianand
Clapeyron, Clausius, Nernst: The Third Law of Thermodynamics and its Consequences for the Phase Diag ...
Prof. Dietrich Belitz, University of Oregon
Experimental studies on Negative-Ion Resonances
Dr. G. Aravind, IITM.
Quantum State Discrimination
Prof. Somshubhro Bandyopadhyay, Bose Institute, Kolkata.
What are glasses?
Prof. S.S.N. Murthy, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
Into the unknown - New Physics at the intensity frontier
Dr. Phillip Urquijo, University of Melbourne
Prof. Pratap Raychaudhuri , TIFR, Mumbai
Jamming in Sphere Packings
Prof. Srikanth Sastry, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research
A Geometrical clustering of Motor Proteins helps kill bacteria
Prof. Roop Mallik, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR).
Latest cosmological results from the Planck space mission
Prof. Francois Bouchet , Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris.
Gravitation and the Cosmos 100 Years after Einstein's Discovery of General Relativity
Prof. Abhay Ashtekar, Pennsylvania State University
Spin Currrents in Magnetic Heterostructures
Prof. Rudolf Gross, Walther-Meißner-Institut and Technische Universität München, Germany
Towards a more visual many body theory
Prof. Pinaki Majumdar, Harish-Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad
Nuclear Mechanics and Genome Regulation
Prof. G. V. Shivashankar, Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore
Magnetic domain and domain wall engineering
Prof. P.S. Anil Kumar, IISc, Bangalore
Dr Manu Jaiswal
Prof. Kajari Mazumdar
How quantum physics democratized music
Prof. Sir Michael Berry, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Prof. Sadiq Rangwala
Exciting Physics of 2-Dimensional Materials
Prof. Umesh V Waghmare
Isostructural Phase Transitions in Multiferroics
Prof. Dhananjai Pandey
Techniques and phenomena from THz to X-rays using picosecond to attosecond pulses
Professor Prem B Bisht
High harmonic generation of ultrafast X-rays for coherent imaging
Dr Bill Brocklesby
Anisotropic Quantum Hall States and Their Geometric Interpretation
Prof. Xin Wan
Electrons in flatland: decent developments and new vistas
Professor Ravin Bhatt
Strings and QCD, or the rise, fall and rebirth of string models of the strong interactions
Professor Jeff Harvey
Flexibility and form: wrinkles, folds, and crumples in elastic sheets
Professor Narayanan Menon
Multi Modality Imaging- A nanoscale perspective for diagnostic biomedical imaging and sensing
Professor Murukeshan Vadakke Matham
Present and Future Atomic Clocks
Professor B. P. Das
Inflation after Planck
Professor Jerome Martin
Topological Phases of Quantum Condensed Matter
Professor R. Shankar
Investigating Cosmic String Theories with Liquid Crystal Experiments
Professor Ajit Srivastava
Transient excitons in metals
Prof. Hrvoje Petek
Non-Classical States of Light and Qubits in Precision Measurements and Quantum Information Processin ...
Professor R. R. Puri
Scaling the Light Intensity Frontier
Professor G. Ravindra Kumar
Neutrinos -- A New Window to the Universe
Professor Naba K. Mondal
Collective motility and its imitations: flows in the cell, active grains, chemotactic colloids
Professor Sriram Ramaswamy
Active Cellular Mechanics and Information Processing in the Living Cell
Professor Madan Rao
Persistence of non-volatile memory: what do you see and what can you remember?
Professor Sabyasach Bhattacharya
Dark Matter and Star Formation in Dwarf Galaxies
Professor Jayaram Chengalur
Matters of Gravity
Professor T Padmanabhan
Three Facets of Materials Research
Professor C. S. Sundar
Significance of the recent discovery of A Higgs boson at the LHC
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