Collaboration & Exchange

1. Earth & Planetary Composition Lab (Dr. Thangjam's group):
 
  • Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Goettingen, Germany (Dr. Nathues, NASA Dawn FC; Dr. Sierks, ESA Rosetta OSIRIS, and DART; Dr. Shi, ESA GAUSS)
  • Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany (Prof. Mengel)
  • Muenster University, Germany (Dr. Schmedemann, Institute of Planetology)
  • University of Winnipeg, Canada (Prof. Cloutis, Centre for Terrestrial and Planetary Exploration)
  • JPL, NASA, USA (Dr. Castillo-Rogez, NASA Dawn & Planetary Mission Concept Study on dwarf planet Ceres)
  • IIT, Roorkee, India (Dr. Rai, Dept. of Earth Sciences)
  • IIT, Bombay, India (Prof. Porwal, CSRE)
  • PRL, ISRO, Ahmedabad, India (Dr. Bhatt, Planetary Science Division)
  • SAC, ISRO, Ahmedabad, India (Dr. Rajasekhar, Chandrayaan I & II; Dr. Saran, Chandrayaan I & II)
  • Collaboration within NISER institute (Dr. Sahoo, SPS)
 
 
2. Collaboration of Dr. Majumdar's Star and Planetary Formation Group
 
Multi-institutional Collaboration: 
 
  • Co-investigator of the Guaranteed Time Observation (GTO) Program of NASA's next flagship astronomy & astrophysics mission James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) to study physics and chemistry of protostellar binaries in Perseus.
  • Core group member of the Chemistry in Disks (CID) project which is an international consortium among the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy (Heidelberg, Germany), Laboratoire d'astrophysique de Bordeaux (Bordeaux, France), Institute de Radio astronomie Millimetrique (Grenoble, France), SETI Institute (Mountain View, USA), Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (Taiwan, China), Jena Observatory (Jena, Germany), University of Virginia (Charlottesville, USA), and Konkoly Observatory (Budapest, Hungary).
  • International associate of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Cradle of Life International Science Working Group (SWG) which provide input to the Square Kilometre Array Organisation (SKAO) on issues relating to the design, commissioning, and future operations of the SKA to address many fundamental science questions using SKA in the future such as (i) What accounts for the diversity in planetary systems? (ii) Are terrestrial planets common in the habitable zone? (iii) Do gas giant planets form in the inner disk or do they migrate there? (iv) What are the implications for Earth-like planets? and representative of NISER to the Square Kilometre Array Indian Consortium (SKAIC). 
Individual Collaboration: 
 

 

 

3. Collaboration of Dr. Khanna's Group: 

 

  • ATREE, Bangalore
  • IIT, Roorkee
  • Rutgers University, USA.
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