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மே-28. Indian physicist Sivaramakritinan Pancharatnam commemorated today (May 28, 1969) who discovered the effect of crystal optics called Pancharatnam Geometric Grid.





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Indian physicist Sivaramakritinan Pancharatnam commemorated today (May 28, 1969) who discovered the effect of crystal optics called Pancharatnam Geometric Grid.

Sivaramakrishnan Pancharatnam was born on February 9, 1934 in Calcutta. He joined the Indian Institute of Science as a researcher on the 25th. From 1961 to 1964, he was a lecturer in Physics at the University of Mysore. His studies c. V. Held largely under the supervision of Rama. It is said that Raman was well aware of the efficacy of Pancharatnam. When Jawaharlal Nehru came to Raman Laboratory to meet Raman, he told Nehru that the boy would be awarded the Nobel Prize for India.

In 1955, he discovered the effect of crystal optics on the geometric phase of the pancharatnam. His studies, however, remained largely unknown until 1984. In 1984, Michael Perry discovered a similar geometric constellation in quantum physics and published it in the Royal Society of Ventures, Panamaal. They also did a great deal of research on geometry. They are studied in quantum, fundamental physics and mathematics.


One of the most important aspects of quantum computing is speculation in fault prediction and communication. Well-known researchers such as Agaranov, Jeeva Anandan, Arun Kumar Patha, Vedral and Stuyquist have made important contributions to the field. He found that there was a phase difference depending on the oscillation geometry of the interfacial fluorescence of different fluorescent fluorescence known as the cavity geometry. His studies often rely on the field of crystal optics.

The famous physicist of the Pancharatnam, Sir Nobel laureate for the Raman Effect. CV Chu, the Nobel Prize winner for Raman and Chandrasekhar's life Chandrasekhar is known for his research in hydrometeorology and crystal optics. Chandrasekhar, c. He was their cousin. Pancharatnam avoided his studies and was engaged in teaching work and social service. She is also said to have been infected by a germ infection during her social work. He left the world in Oxford, England, on May 28, 1969, at age 35 due to ill health, while on his way to Oxford University to pursue his studies.

Information: Ramesh, Assistant Professor of Physics, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Trichy.

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