Saturday, 23/03/2019       
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.

Celebrating 90th Birthday of Prof. Govind Swarup New

Infosys Prize to Prof. Roop Mallik

India shines at the International Olympiads

NITI Aayog, Intel and TIFR collaborate to set up a Model International Center for Transformative AI (ICTAI)

Dirac Medal to Subir Sachdev

Prof. E.C. George Sudarshan : Passing of an era

Wiley Library award 2017 won by SIRC

Micro-control of liver metabolism

Phase transitions due to geometric changes in accessible phase space

TIFR's physicists predict the masses of new beautiful charming particles with unprecedented accuracy

TIFR leads quantum computing efforts in India

Indian and US satellites, AstroSat and Chandra, measure a black hole's spin rate

Traffic jams in neurons are useful…

Clocking electrons racing faster than light in glass

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Mar 25, 2019


  • Prof. Suvankar Dutta (IISER, Bhopal), "Chern-Simons theories on generic three manifolds and matrix models (Quatum Spacetime Seminar Series)" in A 304 starts at 1130
  • Dr. Dipanjan Mukherjee (University of Torino, Italy), "How young relativistic jets from AGNs impact galaxy evolution" in A269 starts at 1600
  • Mr. Amitava Chandra (Dept. of Chemical Sciences, TIFR, Mumbai), "Fluorescent Sensors for Imaging Signal Mediating Phospholipids" in AG-69 starts at 1600
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    Mar 25, 2019


  • Prof. Suvankar Dutta (IISER, Bhopal), "Chern-Simons theories on generic three manifolds and matrix models (Quatum Spacetime Seminar Series)" in A 304 starts at 1130
  • Dr. Dipanjan Mukherjee (University of Torino, Italy), "How young relativistic jets from AGNs impact galaxy evolution" in A269 starts at 1600
  • Mr. Amitava Chandra (Dept. of Chemical Sciences, TIFR, Mumbai), "Fluorescent Sensors for Imaging Signal Mediating Phospholipids" in AG-69 starts at 1600
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