The 29th edition of the national conference Condensed Matter Days 2021 (CMDAYS-21) will be organized by the Department of Physics, Central University of Jharkhand, India from 10th to 12th December, 2021. The Condensed Matter Physics, with its truly interdisciplinary characters enjoys its technological implications both in fundamental and applied research. "Condensed Matter Days" aims to provide a suitable platform for scientists, academicians and young researchers to present their works on chosen topics of technological relevance. The Conference is expected to result in sustained collaborations through sharing of ideas and techniques of mutual interest.
The Central University of Jharkhand(CUJ) was established through the Central University Act, 2009. The University started with a vision to specially focus on relevant present age educational drives with an emphasis on research in cutting edge technologies. It offers 5-year integrated (UG/PG), Postgraduate and Ph.D. programmes in almost all its Schools/departments of studies. The University is open to new ideas in course curricula and research proposals, collaboration, interaction, and capacity building programmes. The CUJ Faculties have been awarded National and International Fellowships, project funding and recognition and are constantly contributing to the Government Sector, Public and Private Sector organisations through teaching and consulting. The students have also won accolades in national level academics and extramural activities.

The CUJ is continuously ranked within the top-250 institutes in India by NlRF, MHRD, Govt. of India. In 2020, Times Higher Education Ranking recognised the CUJ as one of the top-1000 institutes in the world.

Department of Physics offers M.Sc. Physics and Ph.D in research areas: Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Experimental Nuclear Physics, Applied Optics, etc. The department has now on the way to develop sophisticated and modern laboratory for theoretical and experimental research.

The present campus of the University is located at Brambe, a 25 km drive from Ranchi city, in the State of Jharkhand, India. It located in 45 acres beautiful and vibrant green campus, with classrooms and hostels blending well with the environment. The State Government of Jharkhand allotted a 510-acre land to the University for its Permanent Campus at Cheri-Manatu, about 10 km off main city, construction work has started with a plan to create a campus worth visiting and staying in.

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Chief Patron

Prof. Kshiti Bhusan Das
Vice Chancellor, Central University of Jharkhand


S. Medhekar, Dept. of Physics, CUJ

Central Advisory Committee

B. Chakrabarti, SINP, Kolkata
K. Kundu, Visva Bharati
N.C. Mishra, Utkal University
S. M. Bhattacharjee, IOP Bhubaneswar
S. Tarafder, Jadavpur University
U. De, VECC, Kolkata
M. C. Mahato, NEHU

Central Organizing Committee

D. Mohanta, Tezpur University, Chairperson
A. Chakrabarty, Kalyani University
B. C. Gupta, Visva Bharati University
B. R. Sekhar, IOP Bhubaneswar
D. Sarkar, Gauhati University
D. K. Mishra, SoA University
K. K. Chattopadhyay, Jadavpur University
R. Sharma, Tezpur University
R.K. Thapa, Mizoram University
S. Bandyopadhyay, Calcutta University
S. Panigrahi, NIT, Rourkela
S. K. Rout, BIT Mesra
S. Saha, Vidyasagar University
Ranjith G. Nair, NIT, Silchar

Local Advisory Committee

A. K. Padhy, Dean, Natural Sciences, Chairman
S. K. Samdarshi, Energy Engg.
H.P. Singh, Water Engg.
Manoj Kumar, Dean Academics in-charge
S. L. Harikumar, Registrar
D. B. Lata, HoD, Energy Engg.
Dharmendra Singh, HoD, Physics

Local Organizing Committee

Avijit Ghosh (Convener), Physics
Basudev Pradhan (Joint Convener), Energy Engg.
Jayanta Kumar Baral (Co-Convener), Physics
Vineet Kumar Agotiya (Co-Convener), Physics
Bhupendra Singh, Physics
G.P. Singh, Nanoscience and Tech.
Lawrence Kumar, Nanoscience and Tech.
Arnab Bhattacharya, Nanoscience and Tech.
Soumen De, Chemistry
Simon W. Sangma, Chemistry



The conference aims to cover both theoretical and experimental studies on condensed matter covering the following broad areas:

  1. Biomaterials and Bioconjugates

  2. Disordered Systems and Phase Transitions

  3. Dielectrics and Ferroelectrics & Multiferroics

  4. Energy Storage Devices

  5. Magnetism and Spintronic Systems

  6. Mesoscopic Phenomena and Junctions

  7. Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites

  8. Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos

  9. Photonics and Plasmonics

  10. Photovoltaics

  11. Optoelectronics Devices

  12. Photocatalysis

  13. Semiconductor Materials and Devices

  14. Soft Condensed Matter Physics

  15. Strongly Correlated Systems

  16. Surface and Interface Phenomena Superconductivity and Critical Phenomena

  17. Thin Films and Devices

  18. Interdisciplinary Topics Relevant to Condensed Matter Systems

An electronic version of the Abstract in MS Word Format should be submitted via Google form .The text should be in 1.5 lines space with 1 inch margins on all the sides on (A4) size paper using a font of size 10 with Arial. Reference should be numbered as they occur in the abstract/ manuscript. Reference should be given with full details. The abstract should not be more than 600 words. Figures, tables etc. should be on the same page. Name of the presenting author should be underlined. Acceptance of the abstracts will be notified through e-mail. There will be poster and oral sessions and the participants are required to mention their mode of presentation (Oral/Poster). Scanned copy of duly filled in Registration-cum-Accommodation request form should be sent only after acceptance of the abstract.

The format and instruction for authors are attached along with the announcement. For any difficulty in online submission, please contact the chair/convener at

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Google form submission Link

Please complete the enclosed registration form and submit it along with the registration fee to the conference secretariat on or before November 15th, 2021. Registration payment may be made through bank transfer/DD.