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rsity Consortium for Scientific Research in Indore. Within the area of electronic structures of low dimensional systems Dr. Barman will work closely together with Professor Dr. Karsten Horn, Director of the Department for Molecular Physics at the Fritz Haber Institute and will conduct experiments at facilities of the Max Planck Society at BESSY II, among other locations.

- Until Fall 2003 Dr. Amol Dighe was a post doc at the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich and will now head a Partner Group, associated with this Institute, concerning "Neutrino and astrophysics" at the TATA Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai. Astroparticle physics is a fast-growing research area and Professor Dr. Wolfgang Hollik, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Physics, hopes for important impulses thanks to this cooperation.

- The Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart will be establishing a Partner Group with the topic "Clarification of chemical bonds and physical properties of new materials," which will be headed by Dr. Tansuri Saha-Dasgupta at the renowned S.N. Bose National Center for Basic Research in Kolkata. From 1997 to 1999, Dr. Saha-Dasgupta was a fellowship holder under the aegis of Dr. Ole Krogh Andersen in Stuttgart and has, since that time, developed a wide-reaching network with numerous cooperative partners in Germany and the USA. A cornerstone of this cooperation is the further development of a theoretical method, developed by both scientists, for the calculation and analysis of electronic structures.

- Dr. Naveen Garg is a computer scientist at IIT Delhi to which he returned in 2000 after several years of research residency at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics in Saarbrcken. Since then, Dr. Garg has been working closely together with Dr. Kurt Mehlhorn, Director of the Department for "Algorithm and Complexity." Dr. Garg's research interest lies in the area of approximation algorithms and combinatorial opti
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Contact: Felix Kahle
kahle@gv.mpg.de
49-892-108-1420
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
15-Dec-2004


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