The Government of Karnataka, the Raman Research Institute (RRI) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 2 Research Assistant Post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Research Assistant posting, are eligible to apply for University of Raman Research Institute (RRI) Research Assistant Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Raman Research Institute (RRI) recruitment 2017 must have completed in Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture AND First class M.Arch. /Ph.D. in Architecture, or Equivalent & MCA/MSc/BE with 1st class from a recognized University Raman Research Institute (RRI) recruitment 2017. The upper as limit is 35 years, as on the last date for closing of applications.
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Name of the Organization: Raman Research Institute (RRI)
Total no of vacancies: 2 posts
Official Website: www.rri.res.in
Location of Exam centers: Bangalore
Name of the Post (Designation): Research Assistant
Educational Qualification: M.Sc. (Physics /Mathematics) or B.E./ B.Tech (Engineering Physics) with at least one year of academic research experience in relevant areas.
Pay Scale: 22000/- per month + HRA
Age Limit: 35yrs
The last date for receipt of applications is 9th March 2017
To assist in implementing computational methods to study quantum many-body dynamics in onedimensional models of solid-state and atomic, molecular & optical (AMO) systems. More specifically, we wish to apply the time-evolving block decimation (TEBD) algorithm based on matrix product states formalism in our study.
The Raman Research Institute was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources. In December 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted a plot of land in Bangalore to Professor Raman for the creation of a research institute. In the same year, the Indian Academy of Sciences was founded by Prof. Raman. Some years following the creation of the Raman Research Institute in 1948, Prof. Raman made a gift of various movable and immovable properties to the Academy for the use and benefit of the Raman Research Institute. After the Professor's demise in November 1970, the Academy created a public charitable trust: the Raman Research Institute Trust. The lands, buildings, deposits, securities, bank deposits, moneys, laboratories, instruments, and all other movable and immovable properties held by the Academy for the Raman Research Institute were transferred to the RRI Trust. The foremost function of the RRI Trust was to maintain, conduct and sustain the Raman Research Institute.