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Dr. Sudeshna Chattopadhyay (Bandyopadhyay), Assistant Professor of the Discipline of Physics, IIT Indore has been appointed as Affiliated Assistant Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics at New Mexico State University,USA

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© Discipline of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Welcome to Discipline of Physics, IIT Indore

        The ever expanding ocean of knowledge is a priceless heritage of entire human race offering diverse applications and benefits. In the present era, the education and the research in science have been identified to be of utmost importance. From the ancient times, physics has attracted human race due to their curiosity about Origin of Universe, Gravity, Time and Space, Optics, Electricity, Magnetism, Atomic Structure, Fundamental Particles, Radiation, Heat, etc. The discipline of physics aims to educate the students by giving them a blend of knowledge of fundamental and applied physics, as well as our faculty aspire to develop advanced research areas in central India.

     The faculty members are from diverse streams and specializations. Being part of an institute of national importance, the Physics faculty of IIT Indore offer a unique interactive platform for the students to explore the arena of fundamental and applied research.
M.Sc. Physics program
Discipline of Physics at IIT Indore has started M.Sc. Physics program from the academic year 2013-14. The admissions into this program is based on merit in JAM conducted by Indian Institute of Science and Indian Institutes of Technology every year.

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Research Areas
Major research area in Discipline of Physics are:
1. Experimental Solid state Physics
2. Non-Linear Dynamics and Complex Networks
3. Theoretical High Energy Physics
4. Experimental High Energy Physics

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