ASI 2020 Group Photo

The following participants were awarded during the ASI 2020 meeting:
Team GMRT ASI Zubin Kembhavi Award for 2019
Dr. Abhishek Kumar Srivastava ASI Lakshminarayana and Nagalakshmi Modali Award for 2019
Mr. Vidyasagar Daud, Sinhgad Spring Dale Public School in Pune (age 13) and Mr. Ananyo Bhattacharya of Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology in Surat Winners of IAU’s “Name the Exoworlds” campaign
Dr. Saurabh Singh Justice Oak Best Thesis Presentation for 2019
Dr. Avyarthana Ghosh (IUCAA Pune) and Dr. Sudip Mandal (Max Planck Institue for Solar System Research, Germany) K. D. Abhyankar Best Thesis Presentation for 2020
Ms. Shilpi Bhunia (IISER Pune) Best Poster Award for Sun and the Solar System
Mr. Akash Garg (Jamia Millia Islamia) Best Poster Award for Stars, ISM and Galaxy
Ms. Prerana Biswas (IISc Bangalore) Best Poster Award for Extragalactic Astronomy
Mr. Sajal Gupta (IISER Kolkata) Best Poster Award for General Relativity and Cosmology
Mr. Prasanna Deshmukh (IIA, Bangalore) Best Poster Award for Instrumentation and Techniques
Mr. Devojyoti Kansabanik (NCRA, Pune) Best Poster Award from Indian Academy of Sciences for the discipline Stars, ISM and the Galaxy
Mr. Satabdwa Majumdar(IIA, Bangalore) Best Poster Award from Indian Academy of Sciences for the discipline Sun and the Solar System

The 38th Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society of India (ASI) was hosted by Indian Institute of Science Education & Research (IISER) Tirupati, Transit Campus during 13 - 17 February, 2020.

The meeting was open to all ASI members, as well as Researchers and Students in Astronomy & Astrophysics or related areas, affiliated to Research Institutions/Universities/Colleges.

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