(Admission Info) IIT Hyderabad - Admission for PhD Programmes in Physics : 2011

Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
Admission for PhD Programmes in Department of Physics : 2011

the Department of Physics proposes to carry out research in the areas of Condensed Matter Physics and High Energy Physics. In condensed matter Physics, magnetism, semiconductors and DFT methods for band structure studies are some of the areas of interest. Some of the areas of interest in High Energy Physics are B Physics, Neutrino Physics and Astro-particle Physics. The Department is currently offering Ph.D (Physics) in the areas mentioned above.

Applications are sought from suitably qualified and highly motivated students willing to pursue research in the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad in the following Research Area of the Physics:

  • High Energy Physics
  • Condensed Matter Physics (Theory) and Computational Material Science
  • Condensed Matter Physics (Experimental)
  • Micro-Elecromechanical Systems (MEMS)
  • Statistical Mechanics/Biological Physics

Eligibility criteria:

Candidates with a M.Sc., B.E, B. Tech, M.E, M. Tech are eligible to apply. They should have at least 60% in their highest University examination, and should also have qualified in the GATE / UGC -/ CSIR - NET-JRF / JEST / or any other equivalent national level examination. Generally ME/M.Tech students are required to qualify one of the exams mentioned above, however exceptional candidates without qualifying exams may also be considered. Applicants are requested to send their applications to physics_admissions(at)iith.ac.in. The details of the research interest may be found in faculty web pages of IIT-Hyderabad.
Suitable applicants will be called for interview and on successful accomplishment of which may be given offer to do Ph.D. in Physics Department in IIT-Hyderabad

Venue: Conference Room, IIT-Hyderabad.

Important Dates:

  • Last date for submitting the filled application: 12th April 2011
  • Interview date for eligible candidates: Will be intimated soon

Important Links:

Courtesy: physics.iith.ac.in