NOVEMBER 8-10, 2019





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Prof Shatendra K Sharma

Director USIC, Professor School of Engineering

Jawaharlal nehru University

New Delhi-110067

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8-10th  November 2019

Convention Centre   Jawaharlal Nehru University,  New Delhi-110067

The NSRP22 was successfully completed at JNU and photographs are now uploaded on this page.


The Local Organizing committee thanks all participants and AERB for their cooperation.

Participants may please note that no Financial support has been given by BRNS, as informed by them on 4th November on our application dated September 6, 2019. In view of this due to paucity of funds the


Dinner scheduled for 8th November is also cancelled 

Please note that this is a temporary website of the event. Please do not send any mail through this as this website shall be deleted by December 2019. Please send all emails and documents to

nsrp22jnu@gmail.com only

All papers other than listed under Oral are poster presentations.

However the session wise  list of  papers is given  below


Authors may please Note:

  • The Poster size for presentation is 3x4 ft  or 90x120 cms

  • Oral presentation maximum time is 10 minutes

  • Invited talk time is 25 minutes (20 talk +5 min QA)

  • Those who have sent abstracts as pdf are requested to send a word copy of the same

  • Some participants have submitted reviews as abstract or as full papers. Please note that only original research papers shall be considered for publication.

  • No review paper shall be accepted for publication



About NSRP-22

Indian Society for Radiation Physics (ISRP) is happy to announce the 22nd National Symposium on Radiation Physics (NSRP-22) which is being organised at Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi during the November 8-10, 2019. The scientific programme of the symposium has the tentative focal theme, Recent Developments in Radiation Physics Research. In comparison with conventional radiation sources, advanced radiation facilities use sources which are highly intense. Such facilities are excellent tools for probing matter and provide a detection level lower than what can be achieved with conventional radiation sources. The symposium will cover the salient features of such facilities, their capability as a potential tool for radiation physics research, the challenges faced and experimental techniques. There will be invited talks by eminent scientists, from India and abroad & oral and poster presentation of contributed papers during the symposium. The event will provide an opportunity for scientists and students to present their work and interact with experts