K J Somaiya College Of Science And Commerce
National Conference on Recent Advances in Analytical Characterization Techniques (RAACT)
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National Conference on Recent Advances in Analytical Characterization Techniques (RAACT)
Nov 29, 2019 : Nov 30, 2019
Location:
Seminar Hall (First Floor) K.J. Somaiya College of Science & Commerce Vidyavihar (E),Mumbai – 400 077
 

 

Department of Physics organizes

Two days National Conference on

Recent Advances in Analytical Characterization Techniques (RAACT)

 

 

About the Conference

The aim of this conference is to provide a timely forum for the exchange & dissemination of new ideas & techniques among the researchers. The objective of this conference is to provide platform for exchange of recent advances in characterization techniques. This conference will cover the current status and future advances in the characterization techniques. This conference will help to provide an interdisciplinary exposure to the researchers. The aim of the conference is also providing a platform for the interaction of academia with research institute. The conference will boost young researchers as they will get endorsement from senior researchers in this specialized field.

The conference will focus mainly on following characterization techniques.

1. X-ray Diffraction

2. UV-Vis spectroscopy

3. PL spectroscopy

4. FTIR spectroscopy

5. XPS study

6. Electrical characterization

7. Surface morphological study

 

Important Dates

Paper Submission date has been extended till 18th November 2019

Last date of registration: 15th November 2019

 

Contact : physics.kjssc@somaiya.edu

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