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Hyderabad: International Conference Inaugurated at GITAM

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The GITAM School of Science, Hyderabad is proud to announce the commencement of the three-day International Conference on ‘Advances in Condensed Matter Physics’ (ICACMP-2023). The conference, organized in a hybrid mode, was inaugurated today at GITAM Deemed to be University, Hyderabad on October 11, 2023.

The conference was inaugurated by Prof. Ashok Chatterjee, the Conference Chair of ICACMP, who lit the lamp along with esteemed guests including Prof. Dattatri Jois K.Nagesha, Principal, School of Science, DVVSR Varma, Resident Director, Prof. T.Vishwam, Head, Department of Physics, and Dr. I.V.Subba Reddy, Convenor of the conference. The distinguished panel also released the conference proceedings.

In his welcome address, Prof. Ashok Chatterjee emphasized the importance of the conference as a platform for experts from around the world to come together and exchange innovative ideas and share the latest developments in modern Condensed Matter Physics.

Prof. Dattatri Jois K.Nagesha highlighted the interdisciplinary nature of the field and encouraged the participants, especially the younger generation, to broaden their perspectives and prepare for the future by acquiring diverse knowledge.

The conference featured a lineup of renowned speakers, including Prof. Vijay B. Sheoy from IISC Bangalore, who delivered a keynote lecture on ‘Tropology and Entanglement in Condensed Matter from Topological Insulators to Fraction Ordered Phases’.

Prof. Dattatri Jois K.Nagesha, Principal, School of Science

Prof. Igor Yu. Popov from ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia delivered a keynote lecture on ‘Mathematical models for curved 2D nanosystems: flat Mobius strip’. Prof. R.Tugrual Senger from Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey delivered an invited lecture on ‘Polaronic Excitons in Lead Halide Perovskites’, and Prof. J.Surya Narayana from IITH spoke on ‘Brain inspired computing – A twist with Nanoionics based devices’. The conference also included oral and poster presentations.

DVVSR Varma, Resident Director, extended his best wishes for the success of the three-day conference.

Prof. T. Vishwam provided an overview of the Department of Physics, highlighting the accomplishments of the faculty, research scholars, and the publication of 150 papers.

Dr. I.V.Subba Reddy, the Convenor, shared the scope of the conference, revealing that the organizing committee received 170 papers and accepted 112 for presentation. The conference program includes four keynote lectures, 12 invited lectures, 36 oral presentations, and 60 selected posters.

The International Conference on ‘Advances in Condensed Matter Physics’ will continue for two more days, providing a platform for fruitful discussions and collaborations among researchers and experts from various disciplines.

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