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From superconductors and magnetic materials, to semiconductors and nanostructured metals, research in CMPMS covers a diverse range of “matter that matters” in today’s world.

The diversity of systems and phenomena available for study makes condensed matter physics the most active field of contemporary physics today.

BTech degree from an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) with a minimum CPI of 8.0 OR 4.

Minimum first Class* Master degree in the relevant discipline of Science with valid GATE qualification OR UGC/CSIR-JRF qualification OR equivalent fellowship.

Welcome to the Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science (CMPMS) at TIFR !

Research in CMPMS asks questions about the nature of materials that are in the condensed state – familiar condensed phases like solids or liquids, but also more exotic phases such as the superconducting phase at low temperatures, magnetically-ordered phases etc.

Applications are invited from highly motivated and research-oriented students for the admission to Ph D Program in the following areas of specializations of different disciplines as per the below-mentioned categories of admission and time schedule.

(i) 60 % marks for GEN/OBC (55% for SC/ST) category in aggregate, OR (ii) CPI/CGPA of 6.0 for GEN/OBC (5.5 for SC/ST) category on the scale of 10; with corresponding proportional requirements when the scales are other than on 10 (for example 4.8 for GEN/OBC category (4.4 for SC/ST) on a scale of 8) , OR (iii) A first class as specified by the University/Institute awarding the degree.

This website provides a snapshot of some of the work being done in our department.

Feel free to contact individual faculty members and find out more about their research.

A common question across various research groups is how electrons organize themselves in different materials giving rise to a host of interesting physical phenomena.

Strongly correlated electrons are responsible for many phenomena in solid-state physics,...

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