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Advanced Graduate School in Statistical and Condensed Matter Physics

Advanced Graduate School
in
Statistical and Condensed Matter Physics

CENTRE FOR CONDENSED MATTER THEORY
Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
http://www.physics.iisc.ernet.in/~ccmt2008


Announcing a semester-long Advanced School in Statistical and Condensed Matter Physics, from  January 5, 2008 to April 2008, for research students in condensed-matter or statistical physics

Deadline has expired
Selected candidates list

Class schedules


TOPICS

  • Biological physics

  • Molecular simulations

  • Nanoscale physics

  • Quantum statistical field theory
  • Selected topics in phase transitions and dynamics


Application is available online,

or download form doc pdf.

In addition, your guide must send a letter of recommendation supporting your application by email to ccmt2008@physics.iisc.ernet.in before the application deadline.

Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore-560 012 Fax: (080) 2360-0228/2360-2602
CCMT is funded by The Department of Science and Technology

LECTURERS

  • B Bagchi
  • D Chowdhury (IITK)
  • C Dasgupta
  • P K Maiti
  • R Pandit
  • S Ramaswamy
  • M Rao (RRI/NCBS)
  • K L Sebastian
  • V Shenoy
  • A K Sood
  • M Thattai (NCBS)