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December 20th, 2014 to January 8th, 2015
December 20th, 2014 to January 8th, 2015 | BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus
The SERC(Science and Engineering Research Council, DST, Government of India, now known as SERB) schools in Theoretical High Energy Physics(THEP) are organized every year nationally. The aim is to provide an overview on different current topics in high energy physics to the Ph.D students in their early years of research. Each school has pedagogical lectures on selected topics supported by rigorous tutorial sessions.
This year the XXIX SERC Main school in Theoretical High Energy Physics(SERCTHEP) will be organized by the Physics Department of BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, Goa during the period December 20, 2014 to January 8, 2015.
The school is funded by SERB, Department of Science & Technology(DST), Govt. of India.
For programme details and registration, click here.
Conference on Decentralized Biogas Digesters
In light of rapidly rising costs associated with energy supply and waste disposal and increasing concerns with environmental quality degradation, conversion of organic wastes to energy is a more economically viable solution. Bioconversion technologies such as anaerobic digestion (AD) are more suitable compared to thermochemical conversion technologies such as combustion and gasification. AD is a biological process in which bacteria break down organic matter with biogas as the end product. AD is a promising technology which could effectively address the problem of waste disposal yielding valuable outputs like biogas and fertilizers. This conference will focus on the various anaerobic digestion technologies available and the methods to manage the slurry coming out of the digesters. This conference is organized to bring together researchers, scientists and professionals working in the field of biogas production so as to share experiences and to update technologies and to provide a platform for strong collaborative network among researchers, scientists, industrialists and end users. The conference to be held in Goa will provide a platform for the participants to share new approaches, knowledge and findings on biogas production and slurry management which are necessary for pollution control.
For registration and programme details CLICK HERE
Applications, along with a detailed CV (mention experience in project work and research, if any) along with relevant attested documents, are invited from suitable candidates for the position of a Project Fellow in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences.
The project is funded byUGC funded, for a period of two years enttitled ‘Cross Cultural Communication –An Empirical Analysis in Indian Industries and Academia’ under the supervision of Dr Basavadatta Mitra, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus.
Fellowship amount: Rs 14,000 per month (As per UGC norms)
Eligibility requirements: MBA or M Phil/Masters in Social Sciences, Cultural Studies, Communication Studies with a good academic record. Knowledge of statistical/ analytical tools is a must. Should be willing to travel across the country. The Research position is temporary and coterminous with the project.
Knowledge in any or all of the following:
1. Knowledge of basic data-structures and algorithms.
3. Should be able to provide examples of sample web-development projects.
4. Should be good at Photoshop and be familiar with rapid designing and prototyping tools.
Will be an added advantage.
How to apply: Applications along with a detailed CV (mention experience in project work and research,if any) along with relevant attested documents must be sent to the undersigned by post/e-mail.
Note: No TA/DA will be paid for the interview. Selected candidate may be permitted to register for Ph.D program of BITS, Pilani, subject to the fulfillment of the requirements.
Dr. Basavadatta Mitra (Principal Investigator)
Assistant Professor Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
BITS PILANI, K K Birla Goa Campus
Goa – 403726
Applications are invited from the candidates with Master degree (First class)/ or equivalent in Chemistry (preferably organic/inorganic chemistry) or M. Pharm with minimum NET-LS qualified to work as a JRF in a Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) funded project entitled “Development of b,b’-Edge Fused p-Elongated Donor‑Acceptor Porphyrins Possessing Near-IR Optical Spectra” (project no. SERB/F/519/2014-15 dated 28.04.2014). Project duration is three years. Above research position is temporary and co‑terminus with the project.
Monthly Stipend: Rs. 16,000/- + 20% HRA
No TA/ DA will be paid for the interview.
Applications with detailed bio-data should reach to the Principal Investigator, Dr. Subhadeep Banerjee (email@example.com) by e-mail or by hard copy to the following address. Last date for the application is 8.8.2014.
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