♦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 is equipped with several state-of-art equipment and facilities that enable even the obscurest of studies easily accessible in the lab. We do take a lot of pride in building our instruments ourselves! Given the multitude of high-profile research publications routinely emanating from the department, our personnel are treated to an inspiring and a rewarding research career in . Browse through our department laboratory web pages to acquaint yourselves with our researchers and their interests.Read more..
Events & Seminars
30 NovDNAP Seminar 04:00 PM
“Development and applications of a laser-driven, tunable, and narrowband, inverse Compton MeV xray source” by Dr. Sudeep Banerjee,University of Nebraska,