Ph.D. Admission: Physical Sciences
Bose Institute is a national pioneer in research on astroparticle physics and cosmic rays, foundations of quantum physics and interdisciplinary physics. The current research takes place in biophysics, complex systems and networks, environmental sciences, condensed matter physics, materials science, high energy physics, astroparticle physics, interdisciplinary physics, nuclear physics, quantum information and statistical physics.
Particulars of research in physical sciences can be found on the individual faculty pages in the institutional research programmes on (i) basic and applied problems in physical and environmental sciences, and, (ii) complex systems. Details, deadlines and updates of advertisements are usually available on the Positions page or on the Admissions page. We conduct admissions to our Ph.D. programme twice a year, for sessions beginning tentatively in January and July.