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To pursue a career in the physics (Updated 29th Nov, 2018)
For doing PhD and General exams
1. CSIR/UGC NET
2. GATE Exam
3. JEST Exam
1. CSIR/UGC NET: Junior Research Fellowship or JRF is a fellowship which is offered by both CSIR and UGC to the eligible and selected candidates through written exams, held twice a year
2. GATE: A national level examination, GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a qualifying exam for admissions to post-graduate programs (e.g., ME, MTech, direct PhD) in Indian institutes of higher education with financial assistance provided by MHRD and other Government agencies.
3. JEST : Joint Entrance Screening Test is a screening test in India conducted to shortlist candidates for admission to MSc, Integrated PhD and PhD programmes in Physics, Theoretical Computer Science, Neuroscience and Computational Biology at twenty public research institutes.
4.IIT JAM : The Joint Admission Test for http://M.Sc. (JAM) is an admission test to Master of Science (http://M.Sc.) and other post-graduate science programs at the Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institute of Science, and other institutes. IITs started conducting the JAM in the 2004 – 2005 academic session.
5.TIFR EXAMS: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) is a public research institution located in Mumbai, India that is dedicated to basic research in mathematics and the sciences.
1.The Resilience of Life to Astrophysical Events
Abstract: Much attention has been given in the literature to the effects of astrophysical events on human and land-based life. However, little has been discussed on the resilience of life itself. Here we instead explore the statistics of events that completely sterilise an Earth-like planet with planet radii in the range 0.5–1.5R ⊕ and temperatures of ∼300 K, eradicating all forms of life.
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2.Achievement of Sustained Net Plasma Heating in a Fusion Experiment with the Optometrist Algorithm
Abstract:Many fields of basic and applied science require efficiently exploring complex systems with high dimensionality. An example of such a challenge is optimising the performance of plasma fusion experiments. The highly-nonlinear and temporally-varying interaction between the plasma, its environment and external controls presents a considerable complexity in these experiments.
3.Coronal mass ejections are not coherent magnetohydrodynamic structures
Abstract:Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are episodic eruptions of solar plasma and magnetic flux that travel out through the solar system, driving extreme space weather. Interpretation of CME observations and their interaction with the solar wind typically assumes CMEs are coherent, almost solid-like objects.
The Feynman Lectures on Physics: Mainly Mechanics, Radiation and Heat – Vol. 1
4.Magnetic field sensor based on a combination of a microfiber coupler covered with magnetic fluid and a Sagnac loop
Abstract:This paper proposes a novel magnetic field sensor based on a microfiber coupler (MFC) combined with a magnetic fluid (MF) in a Sagnac loop formed from a polarization maintaining fiber (PMF). Thanks to the small (~2.6 μm) waist diameter of the MFC, the resulting interference is strongly influenced by the presence of the MF and this leads to the desirable high sensitivity of the structure to the applied magnetic field.
5.Invisibility Cloaking Scheme by Evanescent Fields Distortion on Composite Plasmonic Waveguides with Si Nano-Spacer
Abstract:A new, composite plasmonic waveguide based electromagnetic cloaking scheme is proposed with Si nano-spacer. Here we show, that the scattering fields of an object located on the cloak do not interact with the evanescent field, resulting in object’s invisibility. Finite difference time domain (FDTD) numerical calculations were performed to extract the modal distributions and surface intensities on a composite plasmonic waveguide with a metasurface overlayer.
6.Global mapping of stratigraphy of an old-master painting using sparsity-based terahertz reflectometry
Abstract:The process by which art paintings are produced typically involves the successive applications of preparatory and paint layers to a canvas or other support; however, there is an absence of nondestructive modalities to provide a global mapping of the stratigraphy, information that is crucial for evaluation of its authenticity and attribution, for insights into historical or artist-specific techniques, as well as for conservation.
7.Superconductivity in Ti4O7 and γ-Ti3O5 films
Abstract:Titanium dioxide is one of the most popular compounds among simple oxides. Except for the fully oxidized titanate, titanium oxides have partially filled d states and their exotic properties have captured attention. Here, we report on the discovery of superconductivity in Ti4O7 and γ-Ti3O5 in a thin film form.
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8.Blue organic light-emitting diodes realizing external quantum efficiency over 25% using thermally activated delayed fluorescence emitters
Abstract:Improving the performance of blue organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) is needed for full-colour flat-panel displays and solid-state lighting sources. The use of thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) is a promising approach to efficient blue electroluminescence.
9.Characterization of an industry-grade CMOS camera well suited for single molecule localization microscopy – high performance super-resolution at low cost
Abstract:Many commercial as well as custom-built fluorescence microscopes use scientific-grade cameras that represent a substantial share of the instrument’s cost. This holds particularly true for super-resolution localization microscopy where high demands are placed especially on the detector with respect to sensitivity, noise, and also image acquisition speed.
10.Quantum detection of wormholes
Abstract:We show how to use quantum metrology to detect a wormhole. A coherent state of the electromagnetic field experiences a phase shift with a slight dependence on the throat radius of a possible distant wormhole. We show that this tiny correction is, in principle, detectable by homodyne measurements after long propagation lengths for a wide range of throat radii and distances to the wormhole, even if the detection takes place very far away from the throat, where the spacetime is very close to a flat geometry.
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Robotics,IOT(Internet of things) and AI
A New Perspective on Robots and How They Will Shape Humanity (390)
( Throughout the years, technology has improved drastically - creating machines and devices that were unimaginable 50 years ago. And perhaps the most advanced and interesting of society's technological advancements is robots - but it is also the most misunderstood.
In fact, according to recent Pew Research, more than 70 percent of Americans express concern about a world in which machines perform many of the tasks done by humans.
Fortunately, there are people who believe humans and robots can coexist and work together in harmony and are working to debunk many of the fears people have about them.
Mouser Electronics Inc., a leading semiconductor and electronics component distributor based in Fort Worth, TX, and celebrity engineer Grant Imahara, have teamed up again for the fourth consecutive year for their Empowering Innovation Together program.
This year's program is called Generation Robot, which features five videos filmed across the world, including in the U.S., Germany and Japan. Mouser's goal is to reach innovators around the globe by showing how robots have a positive impact on humanity and change how people see the possibility of interacting with them.
Throughout the Generation Robot series, the entire spectrum of robotics will be examined, as will the understanding of how robots not only have a technological impact on society, but also a social and moral one.
The video series begins with the Imahara visiting the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines at Georgia Tech and speaking with the executive director, Dr. Magnus Egerstedt.
There, he explores several aspects of robots, such as the basics of the machines, myths and misconceptions, as well as the hopes for, and fears of, the advancement of robot technology.
In the video, Dr. Egerstedt mentions that robots used to be about mechanical engineering, but now modern robots involve psychology, because these machines will be working along with humans and thus they need to understand people.
The second video, which takes place in Augsburg, Germany, dives into the real meaning of robots and humans working together, as well as the way this interaction will benefit society.
The third video, which comes out in mid-July, will focus on the all-robot-staffed hotel in Nagasaki, Japan, where Imahara investigates the way robots behave utilizing only artificial intelligence.
Physics, Astrophysics videos for Kids
Astrophysics series || Spectrum analysis of star
Astrophysics Series – 5 Facts about Sun
What will happen to the Solar System? – The Fate of Sun & Planets
How much would Saturn’s gravity pull on me? – Astrophysics facts
Sharath akkineni – Hyderabad, India
My journey towards Himalayas started with a celebration, it was the time of Maha Sivaratri. Firstly went to Sivananda ashram for my course and that evening i took a sacred bath in ganges at Sivanand ghat.Then the journey continued for 70 days where I learnt through the philosophy of yoga and followed by practice taught over there. Along Side we went to few places like Ram jhula, laxman Jhula, Triveni ghat and a trek towards Neelkant where our eyes went to a toss looking at the beauty of Himalayas.