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Raman Research Institute

Bengaluru, Karnataka
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The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources.In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman. Some years following the creation of the Raman Research Institute in 1948, Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor's demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.The Raman Research Institute is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the RRI was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Institute are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.The Director is the Chief Executive and Academic Officer and is responsible for the administration of the Institute. Appointed by the Raman Research Institute Trust by invitation, he exercises general supervision over the programmes and research projects of the institute. + Read More

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11 to 25 People

Year of Establishment

2008

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The Computer Division meets the various computing needs of the different research and development groups of the Raman Research Institute. The computing facilities consist of multi-CPU multi-core systems accessed by users from their desktops. A campus-wide local area network hooks up these systems. Application-specific software packages along with development tools are available on these platforms.

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The Electronics Engineering Group (EEG) primarily designs, develops and builds instrumentation required for carrying out research in the field of experimental physics and astronomy. The members of the Group work closely with members of the Astronomy & Astrophysics group as well as other research groups and are jointly involved in activities related to the development of sophisticated analog and digital receiver systems for the experimental research projects of the Institute. EEG works with the modern design tools and test and measurement equipment for developing electronics systems using state-of-the-art technology. It has a history and current projects that involve building of antenna systems for radio astronomy telescopes; this activity is undertaken in close coordination with the Mechanical Engineering Services group of the Institute.

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This facility mainly caters to the requirement of mechanical components required by the various laboratories in the Raman Research Institute (Radio Astronomy Lab, Light And Matter Physics Group, Soft Condensed Matter Group, X-ray Lab, etc.). The workshop has fairly advanced machinery and a team of skilled personnel who can undertake fabrication of various sophisticated mechanical hardware components.

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