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Wednesday, April 17 2024

Sajan George of MAHE Elected Fellow of Institute of Physics, UK

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Mangaluru: The Manipal Academy of Higher Education takes immense pride in announcing that Dr Sajan Daniel George, FRSC, FICS, Professor and Head of the Department of Atomic and Molecular Physics, has been honored with the prestigious Fellowship of the Institute of Physics (IoP), UK. This accolade is a testament to his significant contributions and impact in the field of physics.

Dr George, who is already a distinguished Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, has added another feather to his cap with this latest achievement. The Fellowship of the Institute of Physics is regarded as the highest level of membership attainable in the physics community. It recognises individuals who have not only attained a degree in physics or a related subject but have also made a significant impact in their respective sectors.

The Institute of Physics, established 149 years ago, offers this fellowship to those who have demonstrated outstanding professional experience and commitment to the field of physics. Dr George’s election to this fellowship underscores his exceptional dedication and contributions to the scientific community.

Lt Gen. (Dr) M. D. Venkatesh, Vice Chancellor of the Manipal Academy of Higher Education, expressed his heartfelt congratulations to Dr George on this outstanding achievement. “Dr Sajan Daniel George’s election as a Fellow of the Institute of Physics is not only a personal milestone but also a moment of great pride for our entire university. His relentless pursuit of excellence in the field of physics is truly inspiring,”

Dr George’s journey in the realm of physics and his achievements serve as an inspiration to aspiring scientists and students at the Manipal Academy of Higher Education and beyond. His commitment to advancing scientific knowledge and his contributions to the academic community are invaluable. The Manipal Academy of Higher Education is honoured to have a scholar of Dr George’s calibre as part of its esteemed faculty and looks forward to his continued contributions to the world of physics and education.

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