Dr. Sudhir Raniwala, a professor in the University of Rajasthan, carries out experimental research programs at CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. Through his talk he tackles one of the most challenging questions, the origin of the universe. He shows us how the little bangs in the laboratory translate to the creation of the universe.
Dr. Sudhir Raniwala teaches at the University of Rajasthan. He pursues his experimental research programs at European Organisation for Nuclear Research, CERN, which is the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. CERN is also known for creating the world-wide-web, and for the discovery of Higgs boson at the Large Hadron Collider. He has been a visiting scientist of the Indian National Science Academy to the Department of Atomic Energy of the Govt. of India, an associate of CERN, and a senior associate of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Italy.
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