ABOUT THE SEMINAR
After the Big Bang, the Universe and even space and time were created out of the void. The study of origin and evolution of stars, galaxies, black holes, asteroids, comets and other celestial bodies largely determines the history and the future of the Universe. We, the humans are driven to explore the unknown, discover new worlds, push the boundaries of our scientific and technical limits, and then push further to explore more about the understanding cosmological processes of the evolution of universe and its components. The one day international seminar will try to show recent cutting-edge observations of the very high-red shift universe extending into the cosmic reionization era. The mass distribution and structure formation of cluster galaxies will be discussed in cosmic times with help of various panoramic survey data sets. The objective of the seminar is to create interest as well as awareness among the students of school, under graduation, post-graduation and research scholars in understanding the intrinsic galaxy-formation and their bias in red shift universe and also showcase the role of external environment effects on earth systems. Various landscape and mindscape of distant galaxies at different redshifts, discovered till date and studies by many different techniques will be introduced along with the physical relationship between these populations. Thus, the aim of the seminar is to assemble pieces of jigsaw puzzles together into a panoramic and yet detailed structures of the universe and its galactic bodies.
There will be a poster presentation competition among students and of which three best presentations will be awarded.
To provide an exposure about the outer space and galactic bodies to the students of the state of Odisha.
Acquaint students with evolution and dynamics of earth system.
Introduce students with basics of observational astrophysics.
Inform students about current development in cosmological theories to measure, analyse, and model galactic dynamics.
Create awareness among students on the scope and opportunity in this field and its allied subjects.
High school Students. Undergraduate Students. Post graduate Students. Limited seats are also available for research scholars working in the field and its allied subjects.