Welcome to the Department of Physics at the Indian Institute of Technology Indore. The Department of Physics is committed to serving the nation through the ongoing innovation in teaching and cutting-edge research as per the new education policy of the government of India.
The department is offering M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in Physics and more than 200 students are already graduated and placed at reputed institutes across the globe. The department is in the process of establishing new academic programs such as 2-year MS program in Physics and 4-year BS program in Physics. The department is working in close collaboration with various industries to develop the technologies to support the research and academic sectors of the country and aimed to establish the center of scientific instrumentation in the near future which will be the first of its kind in India.
Our faculty conducts advanced research in condensed matter physics, high energy physics, statistical mechanics, complex systems, artificial intelligence, etc. Our state-of-the-art facilities provide unique research opportunities for students across all levels of educational programs such as undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D. We consider research experience as a vital part of the education and nurturing the students to take up advanced courses and providing practical experience across the various fields of Physics. The department of Physics has already established more than 10 advanced research laboratories working on the various branches of Physics. The Department is highly collaborative and has close interaction between the different research groups within the department, within IIT Indore, and with various national and international institutions, including DAE, ISRO, DRDO, CERN, and many more.
I invite you to further explore our department by visiting us in person or virtually through
Dr. Pankaj R Sagdeo (Associate Professor)
Head, Department of Physics
Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Khandwa Road, Simrol
Indore 453552, India
Phone: +91 0731 660 3317
Physics Office: +91 0731 660 3417