As part of its series of year-long celebrations commemorating 10 years of IIT Indore in 2019, the physics faculty conducted a three-day long international conference in the field of high energy physics, which will conclude on Wednesday. It started on March 18.
This “Heavy Flavour Meet” addressed new experimental results and theoretical developments as well as future opportunities that can be availed in CERN and other globally reputed institutions. This meet at IIT Indore follows previous conferences at IIT Bombay in 2013 and Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP), Kolkata in 2016. The present meet was attended by nearly 50 researchers, comprising eminent scientists from countries like Germany, France, Netherlands, Czech Republic, and research institutions in India.
Faculty members and PhD scholars from reputed educational institutes of India also participated. A total of 10 technical sessions included 18 invited talks by senior scientists and eight poster presentations by PhD students were held. Prizes for the best posters were awarded to Dibyendu Bala from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, Sheikh Khatiza Banu from Aligarh Muslim University, and Suman Deb from IIT Indore. Conference received funding from the department of science and technology, Department of Atomic Energy etc.