Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad
Srubabati Goswami is currently Senior Professor at Physical Research Laboratory (PRL). She holds a PhD in neutrino physics from the University of Calcutta and has done post-doctoral research in PRL and Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata. She joined as a faculty at Harish Chandra Research Institute in 2002 before moving to PRL in 2008. She works on high energy particle physics with special focus on neutrinos. She has many awards and honors to her credit including the C.V. Raman Mahila Vigyan Purashkar from SVA, Karnataka (2016); Ramanujan Fellowship by DST (2008); NASI-Dr P Sheel Memorial Award for young women scientists (2006); Humboldt Fellowship (2005), Germany; JSPS fellowship (2002); and DST Fast Track Proposals for Young Scientists 2001–2002. She is a fellow of all the three Science Academies in India and a member of the India-based Neutrino Observatory collaboration. She was elected as a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences in 2017.
SESSION 2D: Inaugural lectures by Fellows/Associates
R K Srivastava, BHU, Varanasi
Discovering CP violation in the lepton sector: Challenges and possibilities
Discovering CP violation in the lepton sector constitutes one of the most challenging tasks in the field of high energy physics. In this talk, the speaker will discuss the difficulties in determination of the leptonic CP violating phase and to what extent the future experiments can explore this. The speaker will also discuss the possible role played by the India-Based Neutrino Observatory experiment in this endeavor.