New Delhi : Scientists engaged on nano-materials and college students from throughout the nation mentioned traits and progresses within the physics of nano-materials emphasising on the applying of nanotechnology in quantum units, quantum supplies, vitality conversion, and storage at a two-day Nationwide Convention.
“Digital structuring of nano-materials is a really essential space which has immense functions in quantum units, quantum supplies, vitality conversion and storage and plenty of younger folks with dynamic concepts are displaying eager curiosity in it,” mentioned Professor DD Sharma, Scientist at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and a world-renowned knowledgeable within the subject whereas talking at this convention on “Physics of Nano Supplies (PNM2021).
The convention was organised by the Institute of Nano Science and Know-how (INST), Mohali, an autonomous institute of the Division of Science & Know-how (DST), Govt. of India in hybrid mode throughout twentieth and twenty first August 2021 in Chandigarh, India, was attended by 100 contributors together with 20 knowledgeable audio system from numerous educational and scientific institutes throughout India. It coated the varied fields of physics associated to nanoscience and nanotechnology.
Prof. Amitava Patra, Director INST, burdened that the convention was a wonderful platform for eminent scientists, academicians, in addition to college students & younger researchers to alternate notes on analysis in Supplies Physics and can even present a platform for younger researchers for collaborative work.
Dr. Suvankar Chakraverty, HoD Quantum Supplies and Gadget unit (QMaD), INST, and joint convener of the convention highlighted that the convention would present a possibility to researchers to pursue novel scientific endeavors by way of collaborations between totally different establishments and would additionally assist them benefit from services like their newly established QMaD unit which might fulfill the necessity of quantum supplies within the nation.
“It could construct a bridge between scientists working at numerous distinguished establishments,” Ehesan Ali, convener of the PNM convention, identified.
Prof. Arindam Ghosh from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Prof. Rajesh V. Nair from Indian Institute of Know-how, Ropar, Prof. Tanushree Saha Dasgupta from S. N. Bose Nationwide Centre for Fundamental Sciences shared their knowledgeable data on numerous matters of quantum and nano-materials. Dr. Sharmistha Sinha, HoD Chemical biology unit INST, and Dr. Kamalakannan Kailasam HoD Power and Atmosphere additionally participated within the convention. Younger college students took half in an elaborate poster session organized through the convention.