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An International Symposium on “Secondary Aerosol Formation and Growth-2023 (NANO-2023)”, will be organized by the University of Hyderabad (INDIA) and the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FINLAND) during March 13–14, 2023.

The symposium is a 2-day program hosted by the Centre for Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, School of Physics. We will host the invited delegates (pioneers and mid-career academicians and scientists) and students. On behalf of the symposium organizing committee, we are looking forward to welcoming you in Hyderabad in March 2023. The event will also be live-streamed on YOUTUBE.

The University of Hyderabad (UoH), a premier institution of Postgraduate teaching and research, was established by an Act of Parliament in 1974 as a Central University. The University has 12 Schools of Studies: School of Mathematics and Statistics, School of Physics, School of Chemistry, School of Life Sciences, School of Humanities, School of Social Sciences, Sarojini Naidu School of Arts and Communication, School of Management Studies, School of Medical Sciences, School of Engineering Science and Technology, School of Economics and School of Computer & Information Science & the College for Integrated Studies. UOH's mission is planning and processes embody the core values of National Needs–Global Standards, Innovation, Public Engagement and Social Impact. The  University is also accorded with the ‘Institution of  Eminence  (IoE)‘ status in Sept. 2019, which is a recognition of  UoH’s standing, ability, and potential to move into the league of the world’s best institutions.


The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) is a research and service agency under the Ministry of Transport and Communications, Finland. The main objective of the FMI is to provide Finnish society with the best possible information about the atmosphere above and around Finland, for ensuring public safety relating to atmospheric and airborne hazards, and for satisfying requirements for specialized meteorological products. The mission of the Finnish Meteorological Institute is to produce high-quality observation and research data on the atmosphere and seas. 

The Center for Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) has been established in 2004 to initiate multi-disciplinary teaching and research programs in the areas of Solid Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences and processes that connect all three components. It is an emerging interdisciplinary center that aims to impart quality Earth System Science education and research to young minds. For administrative reasons, the Centre is under the School of Physics. As of date, the CEOAS runs two Masters programs (a 2-year MSc in Ocean & Atmospheric Sciences), and a 5-year Integrated MSc in Applied Geology), and a PhD program. In addition, the Centre carries out frontline research on various aspects of earth, atmospheric & ocean sciences. 

Center for Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, School of Physics

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NANO-2023 organized by University of Hyderabad and Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), Finland, March 13-14, 2023 at the Dr. Zakir Husain Lecture Hall complex, University of Hyderabad Campus

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