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Symposium on Plasma Physics and Material Science Feb 2-3, 2011

isms | 07 February, 2011 13:33

  Symposium on Plasma Physics and Material Science

 Feb 2-3, 2011

Organized jointly by:

Department of Natural Science (Physics), Kathmandu University, Nepal


Central Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Two-day Symposium on Plasma Physics and Material Science was jointly organized by the Department of Natural Sciences (Physics), Kathmandu University and Central Department of Physics, Tribhuvan University, Nepal during Feb 2-3, 2011 at Kathmandu University International Center (KUIC), Dhulikhel, Nepal. The Symposium was attended by 35 participants from different institutions.


Prof. Bhadra Man Tuladhar, Registrar of KU, inaugurated the program by lighting a traditional lamp and switching on a plasma lamp. In his address, Prof. Tuladhar encouraged young generations to come forward to contribute actively in research. Prof. Panna Thapa, Dean of School of Science, KU delivered the welcome speech. In his address, Prof. Thapa stressed on the active role of young scientists in the development of a nation. Prof. Bhola Thapa, Dean of School of Engineering, KU also put his view on the importance of the symposium. Dr. Deepak Subedi, Coordinator of the Symposium and Head of the Department of Natural Sciences, KU presented the highlights of the program. The program was conducted by Dr. Raju Khanal, Coordinator of the Symposium representing the Central Department of Physics, TU. Four scientific papers were presented in the first day’s program.


Second day of the symposium started with the poster session. The poster presenters were also allocated five minutes each to present their papers orally before they went to the display. Altogether eleven posters related to the research works in plasma physics and material sciences were presented. The oral session on of the second day started with a presentation on Hadronic Mechanics by Prof. Bhadra Man Tuladhar. Altogether four papers were presented. In the closing ceremony, Prof. Panna Thapa congratulated the participants for successful participation and appreciated their contribution. He also distributed certificates to the participants.



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