NOIDA– Mohammad Adnan, a Azamgarh-born Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-D) PhD student , has been selected to participate in the world’s one of the most prestigious Lindau Nobel Laureate meeting to be held in Germany.
In the meeting, he will get the opportunity to have interactive session with more than 30 laureates from science for 7 days. The Lindua meeting will be organized from 30th June to 5th July.
The name of Mohammad Adnan to participate in the meeting was selected for his brilliant research work on the emission properties of organic and inorganic materials.
At Department of Physics IIT-D, Adnan is working on a project revolving around high intensity ultra-fast light matter interaction based on metal organic framework, which is beneficial for advance optoelectronic device.
As per the information furnished through Lindau Nobel website, “Once in a year, over 30 Nobel Laureates from different corners of the world meet the engineers of tomorrow that consist of 500-600 undergraduates, post-doctorate researchers, and PhD students from renowned worldwide institutions.”
According to Mohammad Adnan, he firstly sent the application along with his credentials and research work milestones to the Department of Science and Technology and then the department conveyed his application to Lindua committee.
He is quite excited to participate in this event as he is going to get the opportunity to interact with the world-known Nobel laureates under one roof. His achievements also include the Newton-Bhabha Fellowship in February through which he will get the opportunity to visit the Cambridge University from July to November this year.
Mohammad Adnan completed his schooling from his hometown i.e. Azamgarh and then moved to Aligarh Muslim University for B.Sc. He topped the M.Sc exam as well from AMU in 2015.
Lindau has been organized every year since 1951 where the Nobel Prize winners in physics, chemistry, physiology, and medicine meet and discuss the significance in their respective genres with the students and aspiring scientists participating in the meeting.