By the end of nineteenth century, Newton’s laws of motion were widely accepted for about 200 years as accurate descriptions of nature.The first time a flaw in these principles was identified, the solution to fix it was also discovered by Einstein in 1905, often described as a magnificent year in which he came up with this remarkable idea: Special Relativity.
What is it that you first think of when you encounter the word relativity? Very likely, there will come to your mind the name of Albert Einstein, or the famous equation, or a vision of space travelers returning youthful from trips of many years’ duration. This is a well-deserved tribute to the enormous intellectual impact—still effective, more than a century after the event.
There is little doubt that relativity theory captures the imagination. Nor is it surprising: the counter-intuitive properties of special relativity, the bizarre characteristics of spacetime, or the so-called twin paradox, and with it the advent of world line, and the exciting prospect of event horizon, and the nature of reality, and its posing of ultimate questions; these and other issues combine to excite the minds of the inquisitive. Yet, if we are to look at these issues meaningfully, then we really require both physical insight and a sound mathematical foundation.
Considering the huge public demand for this subject, Community of Physics is going to organize their sixteenth workshop, “3rd Workshop on Relativity.” Rigorous mathematics and physical applications both have been given equal priority as always it has been.
This time, the workshop is designed for university students as well as high school graduates. It will be a three-day program that begins at 8:00 AM on October 2, 2022, and ends at 5:30 PM on October 4, 2022. There will be a one-time registration fee of BDT 1000 for this workshop.
Any pre-undergraduate and undergraduate student from any major can apply to participate in this workshop. However, we expect a strong statement of purpose (SOP) in the application.
The registration fee for this workshop is BDT 1000.
However, the selection process for the workshop is need-blind. The applicant may request for a partial or full waiver (scholarship) upon selection. Community of Physics will pay the fee (or a portion of it) on behalf of the selected applicant if the request for their scholarship is accepted.
No, this is an in-person workshop.
The “3rd Workshop on Relativity” starts on October 02, 2022, at 8:00 am. This is a three days long workshop.
Submit your application to join “3rd Workshop on Relativity” through the “Application Form” below. If selected, we will provide you the further instructions.
Keep an eye on the Facebook event page of “3rd Workshop on Relativity”. We will post the lists of selected applicants there periodically.
The “Application Portal for 3rd Workshop on Relativity” closes on Sunday, September 25, 2022. Hurry up and submit your application before it’s too late.
You have to pay BDT 1000 to our bkash account(If you are instructed only).
Bkash Account: 01521252671