IIT Delhi to organise 5th SciTech Spins for school students on January 29

The SciTech Spins initiative by IIT Delhi aims to reach out for school students of Classes 9 to 12

IIT Delhi to organise 5th SciTech Spins for school students on January 29 Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi
Abhiraj P | Jan 27, 2022 - 3:04 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi is organising the fifth “SciTech Spins” lecture titled “The building blocks of matter: From particles to strings” on January 29, 2022. This is the second part of the series ‘Unraveling nature: From the galaxies to the quantum realm’, where the IIT Delhi professors will explain elementary particles.

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The SciTech Spins initiative by IIT Delhi aims to reach out to school students of Classes 9 to 12. IIT Delhi will be giving e-certificates to all registered students nominated by their respective schools who attend the lecture. They will also be invited to an annual intellectual fest called 'open house' hosted by IIT Delhi, which will enable the students to interact with researchers.

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“Schools may reach out to associate dean of academic outreach and new initiatives, IIT Delhi at adoni@iitd.ac.in or acadoutreach@iitd.ac.in to nominate their students for the SciTech Spins lecture series,” said a statement from IIT Delhi.

The lecture will be taken by Abhishek Muralidhar Iyer and Tarun Sharma, professors of the physics department at IIT Delhi. The webcast of the lecture will be also live on the official YouTube channel of IIT Delhi.

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“In this talk, we will zoom into the peculiar but interesting world of the fundamental building blocks of nature and the laws of physics, which govern their behaviour. We will highlight the important contributions that lead to our current understanding of particle physics and end with questions that still puzzle the scientific community,” the speakers said.


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