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School of Arts and Sciences, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
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COURSE and RESOURCE PERSON For PTTS-2021
Quantum mechanics: Jayanth Vyasanakare(Azim Premji University,Bengalore)
Experimental physics: K.T.Satyajit ( Amrita University, Coimbatore)
Quantum mechanics: V.Ravishankar (IIT,Delhi)
Experimental physics : Anjan Gupta (IIT,Kanpur)
PTTS objective is to provide a platform for motivated students to interact with peers and experts in the field through active learning methodology. To identify talented students and nurture their talent for a research career in Physics.
There was an online workshop on"ACTIVE LEARNING FOR PHYSICS TEACHERS" between March-4,2021 to March-7, 2021 with a welcome message by Prof Carl Weiman (Nobel Prize winner) and the resource persons:
Dr. Georg Rieger, Dept. of Physics and Former Dept. Director of the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative, University of British Columbia
Dr. Eric Burkholder, Dept. of Physics, Stanford University.
About 35 teachers participated in the workshop.
There was a 2 day discussion meeting on "Experimental Program of PTTS" at IISER ,Pune on Nov-4& 5 2019.
There 23 particpants across the country and had a productive discussion on suggestions for potential experiments for future program.
A Mini-PTTS was organised at KBN College from Dec-16 to Dec -20,2019 for 50 students of BSc II year students from AP. They were given a short course on Mechanics, Oscillations and one day hands-on experimental session.