Dr. P. Nath, Associate Professor, Department of Physics, have been selected for INSA-bilateral exchange program 2019, to visit University of Hebrew, Jerusalem during July 2019. During visit to the University, Dr. Nath will interact with the Nano-Opto research group headed by Prof. Uriel Levy in the Department of Applied Physics
Ms. Pranjupriya Goswami, Research Scholar, Department of Physics has been awarded "Best poster for the discipline: Extragalactic Astronomy" in 37th annual meeting of Astronomical Society of India, held at Bengaluru for her poster entitled "Synchrotron spectral curvature of blazars as probe to understand electron diffusion".
Prof. A. Kumar is selected for the Leadership for Academicians Programme (LEAP). The programme starts from 11th February to 3rd March, 2019 which includes one week at Monash University,Melbourne, Australia.
Prof. P. Deb selected for the “National Bioscience Award for Career Development 2017/2018” by Ministry of Science \& Technology, Govt. of India.
Dr. Mridusmita Buragohain, Research Scholar, completed hetr Ph.D. under Dr. Gazi A. Ahmed bagged the prestigious awarded a fellowship under the "FY2019 JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship for Research in Japan (Standard)" program in the University of Tokyo, Japan.
Mr. Nilutpal Bora, Research Scholar, pursuing Ph.D. under Dr. Rajib Biswas bagged the prestigious Raman-Charpak Fellowship for the year 2018. He will get the opportunity to pursue his further research work under the guidance of Prof. Pierre-Yves Bard, University of Grenoble Alpes, France, for a maximum period of six months.
Mr. Ranojit Barman, pursuing M.Sc. in Physics, have been selected under SITARE scheme to visit University of Southampton, U.K. for 2 weeks from March 8 to March 24, 2019.
Ms. Namita Ojah Research Scholar, pursuing Ph.D. under Dr. G.A. Ahmed bagged Sholapurwala award for poster presentation at PSSI, which was held at Delhi University from 4-7 th December, 2018 for outstanding work on engineering aspects of fusion science \& Technology done in India.
Mr. Iftak Hussain, a Ph. D. scholar of the department of Physics, Tezpur Univeristy have been selected for 2018 "The Innovation Scholars In-Residence Program" and inivted to stay at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi. The Innovation Scholar In-Residence Scheme is a unique program initiated by the former President Shri Pranab Mukherjee. The program promotes the spirit of innovation and gives further impetus to the grassroots innovation activities. The program aims at gaining motivation and exposure for strengthening innovators capacity to innovate. During this one-week program, Mr. Hussain will stay at the Rashtrapati Bhavan andwill get an environment to discuss his innovative ideas forward by motivation, valuable guidance and mentoring support and exploring possible linkages with technical institutions. He will be provided with an opportunity to interact media people and required authorities along with the displaying of his product.
Department of Physics, Tezpur University congratulate Dr. Nabanita Dutta, former Ph. D. student who has joined as Research Associate in the Center for Nanotechnology, NASA Ames Research Center, Building N239, Moffett Field California. Her research area is "Nano-composite based printed electronics for energy storage devices".
Buti Young Scientist Award 2017 has been awarded to Mr. Deep Kumar Kuri, affiliated to Tezpur University for his paper entitled "Cyclotron effects on hot electron generation and their role in proton acceleration by a short pulse circularly polarized laser from overdense plasmas" adjudged as the best presentation in the Buti Young Scientist Session of the PLASMA-2017 (32nd National Symposium On Plasma Science & Technology) organized by the Plasma Science Society of India (PSSI) and the Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, from 7-10 November, 2017.