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CTP Seminar:

Gravity, Anomaly, and the Nucleus
Afsar Abbas
Centre for Theoretical Physics, JMI.
20th April 2017, 3:30 pm.
Non-classical Light and Its Manufacturing
Arpita Chatterjee
School of Physical Sciences, JNU.
27th April 2017, 3:30 pm.

Lecture course:

Introduction to Group Theory in Physics
Afsar Abbas
CTP, JMI, New Delhi.
January 31 onwards, 2017

Lecture Schedule

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The Centre for Theoretical Physics is a vibrant research centre in the central university Jamia Millia Islamia. It was established in the year 2006.

During the last three years, Centre for Theoretical Physics (CTP) has grown into a leading centre for research in the country, and is the only centre in Delhi which is solely dedicated to research in theoretical physics. The Centre's activities are mainly in the areas of astrophysics, gravitation, cosmology and high energy physics. A significant number of scientists visit the centre each year, participating in workshops, seminars, training courses, and a range of other scientific activities.

Objectives of the Centre

  • To promote scientific research, advanced teaching and training in areas of theoretical physics particularly Cosmology, High Energy Physics, Nuclear Physics.
  • To provide a forum for interaction among scientists, research workers, teachers and students involved in these disciplines with each other and also among national and international experts in those areas.
  • To provide research facilities to individual workers or research groups, especially to those who are deprived of such facilities for extended periods.
  • To create an atmosphere of scientific awareness, motivation for new ideas and interdisciplinary research.
  • To disseminate knowledge of recent advances in Theoretical Physics on a popular level among students and general public with a view to inculcate scientific temper which is essential to build a modern society in India.
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The building of the Centre for Theoretical Physics, inside the Jamia campus.