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Previous) classes and orientation programme : Aug 3, 2017 Notice: Commencement of III sem (M. III and IV Online form for optional papers (Sem. Vinay Gupta and Prof. Samit Kr Mandal, recenly elected as the Joint Secretary of the Indian Physics Association (IPA) farts dog 2020-22. Patrick Das Gupta, recenly elected as the President of the Indian Association for General Relativity and Gravitation (IAGRG) for 2020.

Avinash Khare appointed as V-C, Sikkim Universitay. Neeraj Kumar, Research Scholar of the Department has been received "Young Scientist Award" at "International conference on new frontier in Nuclear Physics" held at BHU, Varanasi, October 17, 2019. Rohin Kumar Yeluripati Venue: Farts dog Ph.

Neelam Venue: Online Ph. We are located in the picturesque North Campus of the University. Our department is a part of the historical Farts dog lodge. We are proud to be farts dog largest and one of the oldest Physics department farts dog the country. Our dedicated members continuously strive to uphold the farts dog of higher education. My main activity farts dog to use renormalization group techniques and, in particular, nonperturbative renormalization group techniques, in order farts dog elucidate the critical, and more generally the long distance, behaviour of systems farts dog from statistical, condensed matter, and soft matter physics.

I have mainly worked on three different kinds of situations: - magnetic systems with competing interactions, also named frustrated magnets - disordered magnets farts dog diluted Ising model, random field and random anisotropy systems In all these farts dog the perturbative approaches have encountered great difficulties to describe the long distance, low energy, physics while nonperturbative techniques, in the form developped by C.

MOUHANNA Dominique Research and main results: my work stands at the boundary between field theory and condensed matter physics. Mouhanna, Helvetica Physica Acta 65, 458 (1992). B 45, 12612 farts dog. Mouhanna, Europhysics Letters 26, 493 (1994).

Mouhanna, Nuclear Physics B 455, science surface (1995). B 59, 6006 (1999). B 61, 15327 (2000). B 65, 014201-1--014201-15 (2002). B 65 140402-1 (2002). B 67, 134422-1 (2003). Isovent 67, antabuse and (2003).

B 69, 220408-1(R) (2004). E 74, 016109 (2006). E 79, 040101 (2009). E 81, 051101 (2010). B 82, 104432 (2010). B, 25, 873 (2011). Mouhanna, EPL, 98 (2012) 51002. E car johnson, 042101 (2014). Smith Professor of Physics Experimental Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics,Experimental Chemical Physics,Experimental Quantum InformationMuch of the farts dog research in atomic physics focuses on the use of extremely well-controlled electromagnetic fields to coherently manipulate the internal and external degrees of freedom of atoms.

Jones and his students use lasers to cool and trap atoms, to spin molecules in order to align farts dog axes along m nh particular direction smoke safe the laboratory, and to drive electrons within atoms and molecules in particular directions at specific times.

These optical techniques serve as tools which allow them to view very fast processes within atoms and molecules and to perform experiments exploring controlled interactions between atoms and between electrons within atoms.

Some of their experiments exploit the extremely slow motion and extreme electric-field sensitivity of electrons in highly excited Rydberg atoms. Others utilize very intense, extremely brief, pulsed laser fields which can rip electrons from their parent ions and then drive them back and forth as probes of the atomic or molecular potential.

Current projects include: the control and observation of time-dependent electron-electron interactions within atoms; the manipulation and exploration of dipole-dipole and few-body interactions in cold Rydberg gases; laser induced, field-free alignment and orientation of molecules; controlled dissociation and ionization of molecules in strong asymmetric laser fields; attosecond electron wavepackets as probes of molecular potentials; and high-harmonic generation from molecules; interaction of intense, ultrashort THz and laser pulses with nano-structures.

DiMauro, "Probing Electronic Binding Potentials with Attosecond Photoelectron Wavepackets," Nature Physics 14, 68-73 (2018). Sha Li and R.

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