Ahmedabad: India is now set to join a global scientific effort to detect gravitational waves emanating from various sources in the universe.Currently,the US and some European countries are the only nations involved in this enterprise.A project titled,Indian Initiative in Gravitational-Wave Observations (IndIGO),is under consideration for initiation under the current Five-Year Plan...
The Times of India
Correction from IndIGO: The proposed gravitational-wave observatory project is called LIGO-India. IndIGO, the umbrella organization, is a consortium of Indian scientists working in the field of gravitational-wave astronomy.
- Max Planck Postdoctoral Fellowship at the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore
- Post-doctoral Position under CEFIPRA Project on Gravitational Waves at Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Thiruvananthapuram, India (IISER TVM)
- Max Planck Prize Postdoctoral Position in Astrophysical Relativity at the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences, Bangalore
- Multiple Project Staff Scientist openings at IUCAA
- Project Assistant Position in Max Planck Partner Group on GWaves at IISER TVM