List of Invited Speakers

S.No.Author NamesAffiliationTitle
1 Umesh Garg Physics Department,University of Notre Dame Chirality, wobbling and chiral wobblers
2 S. Krishnagopal Ion Accelerator Development Division,Bhabha Atomic Research Centre The Low Energy High Intensity Proton Accelerator (LEHIPA): Status and Plans
3 S. S. Ghugre Nuclear Physics Group,Ugc Dae Csr^ Kolkata Centre The Digital Highway to Nuclear Excitations: Of Milestones Covered & the Miles Ahead
4 Rituparna Kanungo ,TRIUMF Unveiling new features in rare isotopes with direct reactions
5 Suresh Kumar Department of Physics & Astrophysics,University of Delhi Investigation of triaxiality in the Ba nuclei near N=82 shell closure
6 T. Trivedi Pure & Applied Physics,Guru Ghasidas University Structural evolution and symmetry breaking features of exotic nuclei
7 P. K. Rath Department of Physics,University of Lucknow Nuclear Structure Aspects of Exotic Weak Decays
8 V. Jha Nuclear Physics Division,Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Puzzling features in reactor antineutrino measurements : role of ISMRAN detector
9 V. V. Parkar Nuclear Physics Division,Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Systematic of Incomplete fusion with strongly and weakly bound projectiles
10 Pushpendra P. Singh Department of Physics,Indian Institute of Technology Ropar Does neutron transfer influence sub-barrier fusion ?
11 Pascal Jardin ,Grand Accelerateur National d~Ions Lourds Methods for the production of radioactive ion beams
12 K Banerjee Physics Group,Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre Fusion fission dynamics in Super Heavy Element synthesis
13 Deepak Pandit Physics Group,Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre Understand of the collective enhancement in the nuclear level density
14 Ajay Kumar Rai Applied Physics Department,Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology Recent developments in Hadron Spectroscopy
15 K. Sekizawa Center for Transdisciplinary Research^Institute for Research Promotion,Niigata University Time-Dependent Hartree-Fock Theory and Its Extensions for Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions: Recent Progress
16 G. Gangopadhyay Department of Physics,University of Calcutta Nuclear inputs in astrophysical s-process nucleosynthesis
17 Indranil Das High Energy Nuclear and Particle Physics Division,Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics Quarkonium measurements at forward rapidity with ALICE at the LHC
18 Amaresh Jaiswal School of Physical Sciences,National Institute of Science Education and Research^ Hbni Attractors in higher-order viscous hydrodynamics for Bjorken flow
19 Raktim Abir Department of Phyiscs,Aligarh Muslim University Color Glass Condensate and Glasma
20 Prashant Shukla Nuclear Physics Division,Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Probing Quark Gluon Plasma in PbPb collisions at LHC
21 S. Appannababu Nuclear Physics Department,Andhra Universtiy Recent results from RIBRAS (Radioactive Ion Beams in Brasil) facility
22 S. Ramanan Department of Physics,Indian Institute of Technology Madras Superfluidity in neutron stars
23 F. Naqvi Department of Physics,University of Notre Dame Systematic study of the $\gamma$-ray strength function of samarium isotopes
24 S. Mukhopadhyay Physics Group,Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre Nuclear collective excitations in hot and fast rotating nuclei
25 I. A. Rizvi Department of Phyiscs,Aligarh Muslim University Study of some light, medium and heavy-ion induced reactions at the cyclotron energies
26 S. V. Suryanarayana Nuclear Physics Division,Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Nuclear Data Requirements, Challenges and need for New Experimental Measurements