Our department boasts of a vast and diverse canvas of experimental and theoretical research activities ranging from nuclear structure and emergent nuclear properties, ion-atom collisions, molecular dynamics, intense light-matter interactions, physics-biology interfaces, and nano-optics. The DNAPis equipped with several state-of-art equipment and facilities that enable even the obscurest of studies easily accessible in the lab.
TIFR has a vibrant international level research environment which is highly conducive for graduate
At present the admission to the Physics programme in TIFR is for Ph.D. degree only.
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) conducts annual summer programmes
We study the structure and dynamics of molecular ions in gas phase and in condensed phase.Read More
Imagine the earth as a giant lens, focusing the solar energy it receives to the tip of a hair.Read More
Our experiments focus on ultrafast phenomena in atoms, molecules, clusters in the gas-phase.Read More
To study the real time response of the nuclear many-body system at finite temperature and angular momentum.Read More
We, at the Accelerator Based Atomic Physics lab, mostly focus on the study of Interaction.Read More
We study solid state phenomenon at short length and time scales using high energy heavy-ion.Read More
We study the transport of optical waves through media which have a variation in the refractive index.Read More
The mass and nature of neutrinos play an important role in theories beyond the standard model.Read More
The theoretical physics program focuses on the development of fundamental and phenomenological modelsRead More
We investigate the low energy response of atomic nuclei to rotational stress using a powerful “femtoscope‘’Read More
We are interested in investigating the physics and chemistry of atoms, ions and molecules at ultralow temperatures.Read More