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The online symposium is being organized to bring the various researchers working in the field of semiconducting materials and devices on a common platform. There will be discussions on the recent advances in the field. The participants can interact with the various experts of the field which will bring together the researchers from various fields. It will lead to exchange of ideas and help in developing new ones. We provide opportunities for PG students to attend the symposium which will motivate them to work in the field.
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar (erstwhile REC Jalandhar), was established in the year 1987 and attained the status of National Institute of Technology on October 17, 2002. As National Institute of Technology, the Institute has a responsibility of providing high quality technical education in Engineering and Technology to produce competent technical manpower for the country. The institute offers B. Tech. Programmes in twelve disciplines of Engineering and Technology along with the Research Programmes leading to M. Sc, M. Tech. and Ph. D. degrees. The institute has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with many prestigious Institutes such as Ecole Centrale de Lille, France, University of Johanessburg, South Africa, along with other Universities abroad including UK, USA and Canada for the mutual academic exchange program and further strengthening of the academics and research. For more information, please visit the society webpage.
The Department of Physics started in 1989 at the erstwhile REC, Jalandhar. Originally oriented towards teaching undergraduate (B.Tech.) students, the department has come a long way since – today the department in addition runs M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs. The department strives to emerge as a premier centre of Physics education and research across the country. Our research is organized within the general areas of Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Nuclear Physics and Plasma Physics. We have an even split of theoreticians and experimentalists, with experimental research in Radiation Physics, Thin Films, Liquid Crystals and theoretical research in Laser-Plasma Interactions, High Energy Physics, Condensed Matter Physics and Nuclear Physics. For more information, please visit the department webpage.
Physical Science Society, as the name suggests, is an initiative by the dynamic physicists of the Department of Physics at NITJ to enhance the social and educational fabric of the nation. The society is highly dedicated to promoting scientific thinking and logical reasoning among the masses for the upliftment of society at large. With a passionate, diligent and well-organized team, the Physical Science Society stands united in its belief- ''Science for Service". For more information, please visit the society webpage.