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Workshop on "Physical Property Measurement System(PPMS) and its applications"

Workshop on "Physical Property Measurement System(PPMS) and its applications"

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Workshop on "Physical Property Measurement System(PPMS) and its applications"
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Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility

Date: 18-05-2023


Workshop on “Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS) and its applications”


to be held on 1st June, 2023 at AIRF.

Organized jointly by AIRF & Specialise Instruments



In order to provide the highest level of services to scientific community a series of workshop / training program on different sophisticated instruments in biological / chemical/ physical sciences are organized by AIRF throughout the year.


In this series, the next workshop organized by AIRF will be on “Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS) and its applications” to be held on 1st June, 2023. The workshop shall have lectures and practical sessions by application specialists.


Applications are invited from registered research students / scholars from an Academic Institution. Class size shall be limited to 20 participants. The workshop is open to all research students / scholars and depending upon availability not more than two research students / scholars from each lab will be allowed. Decision of the screening committee will be final and only selected candidates will be allowed to participate the workshop. Application forms are available at AIRF reception and JNU website.



The training is free and open to all registered research students/ Scholars. Application has to be sent to Director’s Office on or before 29th May, 2023. The selected/shortlisted candidate’s will be informed by email. No TA / DA will be paid.

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