DECEMBER 14th,15th, & 16th 2020.


Sree Narayana College, Kollam (NAAC Accredited A Grade), started in 1948, is one among the oldest and prestigious colleges offering quality education in the state. Since its formation, the College has been the centre of academic excellence by being a part of many innovative endeavours meant not only for the students but also for the public. The College is named after the greatest social reformer, philosopher and saint Sree Narayana Guru (1854-1928).  The College aims at achieving the high ideals of Guru who exhorted us to ‘strive for the welfare of all without any discrimination on the basis of caste, creed or religion’. The College has been affiliated to University of Kerala and is ranked as one of the best colleges under it.  Today the college offers one P.G. Diploma, 17 undergraduate, and 14 postgraduate courses.  Eight postgraduate departments of the college are approved research centres of University of Kerala offering Ph. D. programs.  The College is situated on a vast 27 acres’ campus by the side of NH-47 in the heart of Kollam city, on the eastern part of the Lal Bahadur stadium, about a kilometre away from Kollam railway station.

About Research and Post Graduate Department of Physics

Research and Post Graduate Department of Physics has been the front runner in all the college level programmes in both academic and extracurricular areas. Many alumni of the department are currently working in reputed Research and Development organizations all over the world. We have always been keen to engage our students in scientific activities. In the past, many scientific events were organized by the department in national level which were marked as the milestones for innovative thinking by active participation of students and research scholars from many colleges in the state as well as neighbouring states. 

About the Conference

Human drive for better living always ended up in theoretical and technological developments in every field of science. Understanding of the latest developments in scientific field, be it theoretical or technological, brushes up the brains working on it for further up thrust.   The conference will highlight the theme “Outreaching the technologies for bright future” to bring together researches, scientists, academicians and industrialists from around the world and to set a common platform for discussion and exploring recent advances in the happenings of the hottest fields of Physics viz., Multifunctional Materials, Computational Physics, Nuclear and Particle Physics and Earth Space and Planetary Physics. Conference is thus aimed for promoting, developing, and disseminating interdisciplinary research from many different fields of physics. Researchers from universities, institutes, and related industries, working on various fields of Physics are invited to present papers. The conference is expected to enable brainstorming of new ideas to improve yourself and your professional career. Papers presented (oral presentation) in the conference will have the opportunity to be considered for publication in UGC approved peer reviewed journals. The conference will be conducted throughtheOnline platform: Google Meet.

Why to attend

Understanding current advances in various areas of Science is not only a matter of delight for a student but also a path finder for his/her capabilities and aptitudes in research. By listening to international scientific developments by most eminent persons working in those fields will enlighten the spark in students making them capable of weaving high dreams of their own which ends up in a bright enthusiastic research community. We welcome all the enthusiastic researchers to join this conference

Target Audience

Post graduate students from various colleges, research scholars, faculty from Colleges and Universities, Scientists and students from Engineering and Technology(E&T)

Sub Themes

  1. Multi-functional Materials
  2. Nuclear and Radiation Physics
  3. Earth and Planetary Science 
  4. Computational Physics

Renowned Speakers

  1. 1.Dr. Balan Nanan

Distinguished Professor,

Chinese Academy of Sciences /Institute of Space Science

Shandong University

Weihai, China

  1. 2. Dr. Ajey Jacob

Director of advanced Electronics

The University of South California

  1. 3. Dr. Moumita Rana

Research Associate

Multifunctional Nanocomposite Group

IMDEA Materials Institute


4. Dr. Suresh Babu

   Scientist G & Head,

Aerosol Trace gases and Radiative Forcing (ATRF) 

     Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram 

  1. Dr. Deepak Samuel

Associate Professor and Head, 

Department of Physics, 

Central University of Karnataka, Gulbarga

  1. Dr. Simone Stracka

Assistant Professor

University & INFN Pisa, Italy.

  1. Prof. Vladimir Savinov

Department of Physics and Astronomy

University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 Multi-functional materials

Material science is an interdisciplinary field in which research is fast progressing for the last few decades. It is a vast field which includes polymers, composites, superconducting materials, nano materials etc. The research in this field is comparatively cost effective, for the same reason a lot of work is progressing in this field in different parts of the world. The design and manufacture of materials capable of multiple functions – so called “multifunctional” materials – has emerged as a rapidly growing direction within materials science. It is characterised by multidisciplinary research activity, and the significant potential for wide-ranging technological innovation extending to energy, environmental sustainability, healthcare, aerospace, nanoelectronics, soft robotics and semiconductors. A lot of researchers from our country have received patents and international recognitions for the development of multifunctional materials. The latest developments in this field are a common topic of discussion in workshops and seminars. We are looking forward to associate with eminent scientists working in this field.

Nuclear and Radiation Physics

Society supports fundamental research in the expectation of benefits that support global priorities. The search for new knowledge often stimulates advances in the limits of technology. It leads to instrumentation and theoretical concepts that address problems of societal concern, and to advances in other areas of science. The concepts and techniques of nuclear physics have had exceptional impact in this regard. It promotes sustainable development by improving health and the quality of life, through applications such as nuclear medicine, food preservation and safety, industrial materials and processes, basic scientific research, environmental studies, and the generation of electrical power with minimal environmental impact. By integrating the aspects of engineering, medical physics and radiation dosimetry, new solid-state materials can be synthesized for accurate detection of radiation to improve the quality of radiation treatment of cancer and to reduce the imaging dose of diagnostic radiology. The Conference will discuss the recent innovations, exchange ideas, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopted in the fields of Nuclear and Radiation Physics.

Earth and planetary Science

Earth Science is specifically concerned with the interactions flanked by atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, and biosphere and how these interactions control the global climate. It incorporates and integrates materials from traditional geology, meteorology, oceanography, ecology, atmospheric science, polar science, cryosphere and other fields. Planetary science is the scientific study of planets and their planetary systems which includes moons, ring systems, gas clouds, and magnetospheres. It involves understanding how planetary systems formed, how these systems work and how all their components interact. Earth and Planetary Science is a cross-discipline field including aspects of atmospheric science, geology, meteorology, oceanography, astronomy and space physics. This conference goals to unite eminent scholars of this fields under one roof to vitrine their investigations in their relevant fields.

Computational Physics

Over the past two decades, the dramatically increased power of both computing hardware and numerical algorithms have made possible the treatment of complex systems. For example, the 2012 discovery of the Higgs boson, the 2013 Nobel Prize in chemistry for computational modeling of molecules, and the 2016 discovery of gravitational waves. Bycombining quantum computing, machine learning and data science helps to simulate quantum mechanical systems at the smallest length scales. The computational research can give explanations for phenomena observed in nanotube structures and graphene. They form a basis for commonality of perspectives and approaches among efforts in computational science in almost all of the sub disciplines of physics, as well as in the other mathematical and physical sciences. Computational simulation has taken its place as the method for doing science that is a bridge between experiment and theory. Many intellectual challenges arise in many areas of physics and other fundamental issues associated with complex nonlinear systems. These intellectual challenges shall emerge as the crux of discussion of this Conference

Call for Papers 

The International Conference in Recent Trends in Theoretical and Applied Physics welcomes full papers from research scholars, teaching faculty, and scientists. This year’s conference theme “Outreaching the technologies for bright future” highlights the presentation of new trends, advances and research in Multi-Functional Materials, Nuclear and Radiation Physics, Earth and Planetary Science and Computational Physics.

Abstract and Full Paper Submission:

Single page abstract with maximum 300 words in MS Word format, and Font -Times Roman 12. The abstract should be uploaded in the registration link given below.  The full paper should not exceed six pages (including figures, graphs, tables &references.) in MS Word format, Font-Times Roman 12, line spacing 1.5, The title of the paper should be in the Font-Times New Roman -14, Bold and centered, followed by the authors name, affiliation and e-mail of the corresponding author. The presentation will be either online or offline mode as per the choice of the delegates. Selected papers will be published in UGC approved Peer reviewed Journals. Further updates will be informed through e-mail. The publication will be according to journals’s review process.

Registration Details: 

Registration and abstract upload link:

Details for payment of registration fees made through NEFT/ RTGS are as follows:

Name of Account holder: HOD, Department of Physics

Name of the Bank: Union Bank of India, Kollam Main Branch

Account Number: ………………

IFSC Code: UBIN0536148

Type of Account- Savings Account

Post Graduate students / Research Scholars: Rs. 1200/-

Faculty Members/ Scientist:  Rs. 1800/- 

Important Days

Last Date of registration: 25 November 2020

Last Date of Abstract submission:  25 November 2020

Last Date of Full paper submission: 10 December 2020


Sri. Srijith S                                                                             Sri. Baiju V                         

Assistant Professor                                                                  Assistant professor                                              

Department of Physics                                                            Department of Physics

Sree Narayana College, Kollam                                              Sree Narayana College, Kollam.

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Chief Patron

Sri. Vellapally Natesan (Secretary, S.N Trust)


D r. R. Sunil Kumar (Principal)


Dr. G. Sajeevkumar (H.O.D, Physics)


Smt. L.R Asitha                                                    &                       Dr. S. Vidya 

Assistant professor                                                                         Assistant professor

Department of Physics                                                                   Department of Physics

Sree Narayana College, Kollam                                                     Sree Narayana College, Kollam.

Organizing committee

Dr. R. Sankar (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Sri. S. Srijith (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Sri. V. Baiju (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Dr. M.S. Roxy (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Dr. Dedhila Devadathan (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Smt. R. Rehana (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Smt. Saranya Babu (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

Dr. N.K Divya (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)

National Advisory Committee

Prof. G. Renuka (Rtd.)

Department of Physics

University of Kerala, India

Dr. R. Raveendran 

UGC Emeritus Professor, Department of Physics

Sree Narayana College, Kollam, India.

Prof. P. Predeep

Professor, Department of Physics and Laboratory for Molecular Electronics and Photonics (LAMP)
NIT CALICUT, Kozhikode, Kerala, India. 

Prof. V. Biju 

Department of Physics

University of Kerala, India.

Prof. Sam Solomon

Department of Optoelectronics 

University of Kerala, India.

Dr. Jijimon K Thomas

Associate Professor and Head, Department of Physics and Electronic Materials Research laboratory.

Mar Ivanios College(Autonomous), Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India

Dr. I. Hubert Joe 

Associate Professor 

Department of Physics

University of Kerala, India

Dr. M. Mohammed Salim. 

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics

T.k.M College of Arts and Science, Kollam, Kerala, India

Dr. S.B. Rakesh Chandran 

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics

Sanathana Dharma College, Alappuzha, Kerala, India.

Dr. Arun Aravind

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics

Bishop Moore College, Mavelikara, Kerala, India.

Sri. V.H. Arun Kumar 

Scientist C, 

Met. Centre (MC), Thiruvananthapuram.

IMD, Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES)

Gov. Of India

International Advisory Committee

1. Dr. Toney Teddy Fernandez

Senior Researcher, Department of Physics & Astronomy

Macquarie University, Sydney Australia.

2. Dr Rajan Jose

Nanostructured Renewable Energy Materials Laboratory, 

Universiti Malaysia Pahan.