ICDIM 2010


Theme of the workshop: Recent Trends in Physical Sciences 


Satyendranath Bose, generally known as S. N. Bose in the scientific community and affectionately called Satyen Bose in native Bengal, was born on 1 January 1894. In 1924, while working as Reader in the Physics Department, University of Dhaka, Bose wrote a paper on novel way of counting states with identical particles. This paper was seminal in creating the very important field of quantum statistics. Bose’s work described the properties defining the entire class of particles called “Bosons” after his name. In 1926, Satyendranath Bose was appointed Professor and Head of the Department of Physics of University of Dhaka. Bose served in Dhaka University for nearly 25 years. As a teacher he was admired by his students who held him in high esteem. Satyendranath Bose was a self-taught scholar who had a wide range of interests in varied fields including physics, mathematics, chemistry, biology, mineralogy, arts, literature and music. Bose died on February 04, 1974. To commomorate his work and life, the Bose Centre of Advanced Research in Natural Sciences is arranging a daylong conference to highlight the impact Professor Bose has left in the fileds mentioned below.


♦ Physics ♦ Mathematics ♦ Chemistry ♦ Statistics ♦ Biomedical physics
♦ Theoretical physics ♦
Applied Mathematics