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1 DAE-BRNS Twelfth Biennial Trombay Symposium on Radiation & Photochemistry (TSRP-2014) Organised by Radiation & Photochemistry Division Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India & Indian Society for Radiation and Photochemical Sciences January 2014 Venue BARC Training School Hostel, Anushaktinagar Mumbai, India Preliminary Registration Form Name ……………………………………………………………………… Gender: M / F Designation: Faculty / Student Institution ………………………………………………………………………. Address ………………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………..….. Phone & Fax……………………………………………………………………... …………………………………………………………………….. Title of Presentation …………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………………. Is ISRAP Life Member Y/N (if Yes please mention membership number) Date: (Signature of Participant) Ps. Foreign Delegates are requested to fill the form “Passport details of overseas participants” (see oveerleaf). Payment of Registration Fee: Registration fee can be paid through Demand Draft payable to “TSRP-2014” payable at Mumbai. Please indicate your name and institution on the back side of Demand Draft. Payment can also be made by Electronic Money Transfer as per following details Name of the Bank State Bank of India BARC Branch, Trombay, Mumbai-85, India Brach Code: 1268 BeneficiaryTSRP-2014 Account Number ************* BIC (Swift Code)SBININBB508 IFS Code (For within India)SBIN The Demand Draft or the copy of the Electronic Money Transfer document may please be sent to Convener, TSRP-2014 Radiation & Photochemistry Division Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Trombay, Mumbai , INDIA. Tel: , Fax: /5150/ Presentation Invited Talks Multimedia Presentation Contributory PapersBy poster, approximately 1 m x 1 m space for each poster will be made available. Preparation of Extended Abstract Two printed volumes of conference proceedings as well as a CD containing the extended abstracts of the invited talks and the contributory papers to be presented by posters will be made available to the delegates along with other registration materials. Hence, the invited speakers as well as the authors of the contributory papers are requested to submit the abstracts of their presentation materials in the prescribed format and submit to the Convener, TSRP-2014, ( within the specified date. Page Limitations for the extended abstracts Contributed papers Two Pages (A4) Invited papers Five pages (A4) Trombay Symposium on Radiation & Photochemistry (TSRP) The biennial “Trombay Symposium on Radiation & Photochemistry”, popularly known as TSRP, is being arranged for the past 22 years. The objective of TSRP is to provide a fertile ground for intense discussion on new research areas in Radiation and Photochemistry. Since inception, TSRP has been playing a unique role in bringing together not only the experts but also young researchers in both the areas, yielding fruitful discussions and setting the course of future direction. Over the years the popularity of this forum, where the subtle nuances of Radiation & Photochemistry are discussed under a single roof, has grown tremendously. This is evident from the overwhelming participation from many countries, such as USA, UK, Japan, Canada, Germany, Taiwan, France, Poland, Netherlands etc. The main topics are designed to include a wide range of subjects involving both fundamental aspects as well as applications of Radiation & Photochemistry. The proceeding of the symposium will constitute keynote addresses, invited talks, and presentation of contributory papers as posters. Prime importance will be given for discussion after each presentation to promote the exchange of information and ideas. Scientific Scope  Fundamental radiation chemical issues for advanced nuclear energy systems  Radiation processing  Ultrafast spectroscopy & dynamics in condensed phases  Gas phase reaction kinetics, dynamics and atmospheric photochemistry  Single molecule spectroscopy and fluorescence microscopy  Photonic devices  Advanced techniques and applications in photo and radiation chemistry  Applications of radiation chemistry and photochemistry  Radiation and photochemistry in ionic liquids and supercritical fluids  Spectroscopy and dynamics in nano-materials and interfaces  Theoretical aspects of radiation and photochemistry  Biology inspired radiation and photochemistry Registration Fees: Overseas Delegates Euro 700 Overseas Accompanying PersonEuro 300 Overseas Student ( Twin Sharing Basis)Euro 400 Indian Delegates Rs Indian Students (Sharing Basis)Rs The Registration fee will include the expenses towards accommodation (for 5 nights from Jan 5 to Jan 9, 2014), conference proceedings, tea/coffee served during the scientific sessions as well as the lunches and dinners during the period from Jan 5 evening to Jan 10, 2014 morning. Key Dates Submission of Preliminary Registration Form15 Sep 2013 Abstract submission (contributory )10 Oct 2013 Abstract submission (Invited)17 Oct 2013 Intimation of acceptance31 Oct 2013 Registration for participation Against Payment15 Nov 2013

2 About Mumbai: Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, is located on India’s central western coast along the Arabian Sea. Mumbai it self is an island connected by several bridges to the main land. Mumbai is the one of the most modern yet ancient city of India. It is the commercial and entertainment capital of India. The city offers a cosmopolitan and diverse lifestyle with a variety of food, entertainment and night life, available in a form and abundance comparable to that in other world capitals. This mega cosmopolitan city is a city of contrasts. People of various caste, culture, and religion inhabit the city, and due to this diversification the customs, languages, and even the food is of infinite variety. Gateway of India, Hanging Gardens, Nehru Science Centre, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Kanheri Caves, Film City, Chowpatty, Juhu, beaches, and Esselworld of Water Kingdom are some attractions that provide enough glimpses of Mumbai’s heritage. Venue : BARC Training School Hostel, Anushaktinagar, Mumbai Patrons R. K. Sinha S. Basu P. Rama Rao Chairman, AECDirector, BARC Chairman, BRNS NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE Arunan, E.IISC, Bangalore Bajaj S. S. AERB, Mumbai Bhatacharya, K.IACS, Kolkata Das, SNIIST, Thiruvananthapuram Ganesh, K. N. IISER, Pune Ghosh, S. K. BARC, Mumbai Gupta, P. D. RRCAT, Indore Kailas, S.BARC, Mumbai Kumar, A.IIT, Roorkee Markendeya, S. G.BARC, Mumbai Mittal, J.P. BARC, Mumbai Mukherjee, TBARC, Mumbai Pal, SouravNCL, Pune Ramakumar, K. L.BARC, Mumbai Ramamurthy, P.NCUFP, Chennai Rao, B. S. M.IISER, Pune Samanta, A.Univ. of Hyderabad Sarkar, S. K. BARC, Mumbai (Chairman) Sharma, D. D.IISC, Bangalore Singh, A. K.Allahabad Wategaonkar, STIFR, Mumbai Vasudev Rao, P. R. IGCAR, Chennai SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZING COMMITTEE D. K. PalitConvener P. D. NaikConvener N. ChoudhurySecretary M. Kumbhakar Secretary C. N. PatraTreasurer Passport Details of overseas Participate Full Name: ………………………………………………….. Position & Affiliation:………………………..…………………………. …………………………..……………………….. Father’s name:………………….………………………………. Nationality:…………………….……………………………. Date & place of birth:…………………….……………………………. Passport number:……………………..…………………………… Date and place of issue:……………………..…………………………… Passport issuing authority :………………………………………………… Expiry date of passport :………………………………………………… Present address :………………………………………………….………………………………………………….………………… ………………………… Permanent Address:……………………….………………………… :………………………….……………………… :…………………………….…………………… ………………………………………………… Fax number for contact:………………………………….……………… A conference/business VISA is necessary for visiting India and should be obtained by the delegates from the Indian Consulate in their countries. The above details are required to facilitate the process at our end so as to obtain necessary clearances from the Government of India. Please visit for VISA details. Instruction for Manuscript Preparation Manuscript Title(12 pt., Arial, Bold) A.B. Author1, C. D. Author2 and E. F. Author3 (11 pt., Arial, bold) Mailing address including city, Pin/Zip, Country (11 pt., Arial, italics) Abstract: Not exceeding 10 lines (12 pt., Times Roman) 1.Introduction This instruction is given as a model for the authors in preparing the manuscript. The outline frame should be 17 cm (width) x 23 cm (length) and all materials including figures, tables, references etc. must be contained with in two page limit for the contributory papers. The invited papers should contain an abstract of 200 words and the length of the paper should not exceed five pages. 2.Methods and Materials Manuscript should be typed in A4 size paper in MS word on IBM compatible PC. Send three hard copies of the manuscript and also an electronic version by to the symposium convener. 3.Results and Discussion The Author should discuss the significance of observations, measure- ments, and computations, and should also point out how they contribute to the scientific objectives indicated in the introductory portion of the paper. Headings should not be included in this section. All figures and tables should be inserted at appropriate places in the manuscripts. Each figure must have a caption that includes the figure number and a brief description, preferably one or two sentences. The caption should follow the format. Each table must have a brief (one phrase or sentence) title that describes its contents. References 1.Author1, A. B., Author2, C. D. and Author3, E. F. Journal Abbreviation, Year, Vol, Page. 2.Author, X. Y., in “Name of the book”, Editor, A. B. Ed; Publisher, Year, City, Page. Connectivity: Mumbai is well connected to other parts of India and rest of world. Participant arriving by train should alight at Dadar, Mumbai Central, Mumbai CST, Kurla or Bandra Terminus. Participants travelling by domestic flight will arrive at Santracruz and by international flight at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. Cabs are available at airports and railway stations. Delegates are advised to take prepaid cab service at airport. Anushaktinagar can also be reached by local trains in the Harbour line from Mumbai CST to Mankhurd station. Symposium venue can be reached from Mankhurd station by autorikshaw. Weather: The period between Nov and Feb is the most pleasant time to visit Mumbai, when the city enjoys a balmy season of blue skies and cool breeze. In Jan, maximum and minimum temperatures are around 28 o C and 15 o C respectively.


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