Friday, 15/11/2019       
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research is a National Centre of the Government of India, under the umbrella of the Department of Atomic Energy, as well as a deemed University awarding degrees for master's and doctoral programs. The Institute was founded in 1945 with support from the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust under the vision of Dr Homi Bhabha. At TIFR, we carry out basic research in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science and science education. Our main campus is located in Mumbai, with centres at Pune, Bangalore and Hyderabad.

Shankar Ghosh (TIFR) wins the 2019 Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Physical Sciences

Basudeb Dasgupta (TIFR) and Suvrat Raju (ICTS-TIFR) win the 2019 ICTP Prize

B.V. Sreekantan : experimentalist, administrator and pioneer

TIFR Balloon Carries into Stratosphere an Atmospheric Probe developed by Telangana Social Welfare School Students

Celebrating 90th Birthday of Prof. Govind Swarup

Infosys Prize to Prof. Roop Mallik

India shines at the International Olympiads

Deuteron-like heavy dibaryons — a step towards finding exotic nuclei

Black (nano)-Gold Combat Climate Change

Serotonin boosts neuronal powerplants protecting against stress

Proposal for a new quantum theory of gravity

Variations in the ‘fogginess’ of the universe identify a milestone in cosmic history

TIFR Scientists successfully model Neutrino Oscillations near Supernova Cores

GRAPES-3 Muon Telescope Discovers Record 1.3 Gigavolt Potential in a Thundercloud

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Nov 15, 2019


  • Dr. Naveen Prabhakar (TIFR), "Recent developments in Chern-Simons-matter theories" in A304 starts at 1000
  • Mr. Pritam Sen (Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai), "Cancellation of infrared divergences in bino-like theories of dark matter at finite temperature" in A304 starts at 1130
  • Podcast Prof. Shivanand Kanavi (Adjunct Faculty, NIAS, Bengaluru), "How Indians won the Silicon Valley?" in AG-66 starts at 1600
  • Prabhat Kumar Jha (STCS, TIFR), "Affine Subspace Reachability Problems" in A-201 (STCS Seminar Room) starts at 1715
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