Venue: Anna Centenary Library

Kotturpuram

Chennai

11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Organised by Anna Centenary Library, Chennai & TNSF

This is part of its efforts to popularize science to the general public and students who are pursuing science as their career. TNSF attempt to focus on students on higher science as everyone knows that learning of science at college within the curriculum is not enough to acquire holistic knowledge of science at the appropriate time. Hence, to fill the gap between what students are acquiring through the curriculum and what it is required, TNSF is planning its activities on higher science to students who are pursuing higher education.

**About the Lecture**

The quantum revolution taught us that all matter is made up
of particles and they interact with each other in many ways to
generate the Universe that we know. This talk will review the basic
understanding of particle physics and point out the open problems and
new questions in this field.

**Introduction**

**Dr. Indumathi D** *
Department of Theoretical Physics, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai
*

Q & A

**Dr. Indumathi D **, is Professor, The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai. Her area of interest is in High energy physics phenomenology
and particularly Neutrinos from solar, atmospheric and stellar sources, effects of mixing and oscillation; decay, Nucleon and nuclear structure
functions, including polarised structure functions, QED at finite temperature,Inclusive hadroproduction at colliders.