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India in FAIR

The Republic of India signed the FAIR convention on 4 October 2010 in Wiesbaden, Germany. India holds 3,5 percent of the current FAIR GmbH shares.

Indian Researchers, under the guidance of the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India, have been working since 2005 in identifying the areas of participation both in experiments and accelerator components. The participation in experiments is guided mostly by the extensions of the similar ongoing programmes where Indian researchers are engaged over the decades both inside the country and abroad.

Indian scientists will be engaged in building detectors for the major experimental programmes of FAIR, i.e. NUSTAR (Nuclear Structure, Astrophysics and Reactions), CBM (Compressed Baryonic Matter) and PANDA (Antiproton Anihilation at Darmstadt). Another area of major participation is building equipment to be used at the heart of the FAIR accelerator.

Indian representatives to FAIR:

Sibaji Raha, Bose Institute, Kolkata
- Delegate to FAIR Council
- Chair of Joint Scientific Council (FAIR and GSI)

Bikash Sinha
, Variable Energy Cyclotron Center
- Delegate to FAIR Council

Praveer Asthana, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India
- Delegate to Administrative and Finance Committee (AFC)

Rakesh Bhandari, Inter University Accelerator Centre (IUAC), New Delhi
- Delegate to In-kind Review Board (IKRB)
- Assistant to the IKRB Chair
- Member of Machine Advisory Committee (MAC)
- Advisor to the Indian delegation to FAIR Council
- Advisor to the Indian delegation to AFC

Madhusudan Reddy Nandineni, Embassy of India, Berlin
- ex officio Advisor to the Indian delegation to FAIR Council
- ex officio Advisor to the Indian delegation to AFC

Subhasis Chattopdhyay, Variable Energy Cyclotron Center
- Programme-Director, Indo-FAIR Co-ordination Centre (IFCC) at Bose-Institute, the centre co-ordinating FAIR related activities in India

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Indian research groups are members of the following FAIR collaborations:

  • CBM

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