The conference will be held at Lucknow which is about 500 km from the national capital, New Delhi. Lucknow has always been known as a multicultural city that flourished as a North Indian cultural and artistic hub, and the seat of power of Nawabs in the 18th and 19thcenturies. It continues to be an important centre of governance, administration, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, music and poetry.
ICPSA 2019 is a continuation of the annual meetings organized by AAAPT (Asian African Association for Plasma Training) and hosted by one of its member institutes and welcomes plasma scientists from around the globe. It is an excellent platform for early career researchers to present their work and share their ideas with world’s renowned plasma scientists.
ICPSA is broad in scope and includes topics such as: fundamentals and basic plasma physics, laser plasma, exotic plasma (including dusty plasma), quantum plasma, computer modelling of plasma, applied plasma, nuclear fusion and technology, space and astrophysical plasma, bio-plasma and cross-disciplinary studies.
Numerous Plenary and invited talks by more globally renowned Plasma scientists will be featured during the conference followed by interactive sessions to bolster the confidence of young scientists and researchers through scientific discussions and expert opinion on their research.
The scientific program includes invited papers (plenary and review) as well as oral and poster presentations of contributed papers.
The organizers seek out up to a few select scientists to be primary lecturers at the school and also participate in content development. A series of secondary lecturers will also be invited, and the diversity of speakers are emphasized. Hands-on sessions will include theory, computation, and data analysis. Students will leave the school having replicated some of the analysis that went into recent discoveries of gravitational waves, interpreted observational data from stellar clusters, and ran a simple computer simulation of star formation. A visit and half-day mini-workshop at the TIFR National Balloon Facility, Hyderabad, where we will do some demonstration of scientific ballooning for astronomical observations along with two day exhaustive workshop on computational astrophysics and data mining.
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