Raman Research Institute Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of Raman Research Institute is 08023610122, 08023611837 .

The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore was founded in 1948 by the Indian physicist and Nobel Laureate, Sir C V Raman, to continue his studies and basic research after he retired from the Indian Institute of Science. Sir C V Raman served as its director carrying on his personal research until his demise in 1970. It was funded personally by him and with donations from private sources.


The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.


Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore is located in the northern part of Bangalore. It is situated on C.V. Raman Avenue connecting Mekhri Circle (pronounced as 'Make-ree' circle) and the Indian Institute of Science (popularly known as the ‘Tata Institute’). The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore is situated in Sadashivanagar.


If arriving in Bangalore by Air: The new Bangalore International Airport is about 30 km from the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore . On arrival, if you have not arranged to be met at the airport, you may either take a pre-paid taxi or a Volvo Bus. If taking a taxi please give Mehkri Circle as the landmark and request the driver to avoid the underpass at the circle but instead take the left side lane up to the traffic signal and turn right on to the C V Raman Avenue. The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore gate is on the left side of this avenue a few hundred meters from the Circle. The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore campus wall with stone masonry along the road is recognizable and one gate along this wall is normally open. If taking a Volvo or other bus from the airport, get off at the Bus Stop for Mehkri Circle, which is located before the beginning of the underpass of the Mehkri Circle, opposite to the Air Force Training Command. The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore is about half a kilometer from the Bus Stop.


The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore is now an autonomous research institute engaged in research in basic sciences. In 1972, the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore was restructured to become an aided autonomous research institute receiving funds from the Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India. A set of Regulations and Bye-Laws were framed for its administration and management. Today, the main areas of research at the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore are Astronomy & Astrophysics, Light & Matter Physics, Soft Condensed Matter and Theoretical Physics. The research activities include work in Chemistry, Liquid Crystals, Physics in Biology, and Signal Processing, Imaging & Instrumentation.


The Electronics Laboratory of Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore has been set up primarily to design, develop and build instrumentation required for carrying out research in the field of experimental physics and astronomy. The members of the laboratory work closely with members of the Astronomy & Astrophysics group as well as other research groups and are jointly involved in activities related to the development of sophisticated analog and digital receiver systems for the experimental research projects of the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore. The laboratory is equipped with modern design tools and test and measurement equipment for developing electronics systems using state-of-the-art technology. The RAL has a history and current projects that involve the building of antenna systems for radio astronomy telescopes; this activity is undertaken in close coordination with the Mechanical Engineering Services group of the Institute.


The Computer Division meets the various computing needs of the different research and development groups of the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore. The computing facilities consist of multi-CPU multi-core systems accessed by users from their desktops. A campus-wide local area network hooks up these systems. Application-specific software packages along with development tools are available on these platforms.


The present library has been developed around the library started by Prof. C. V. Raman. After the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore activities enlarged from 1972 onwards, library’s collection developed in the new areas of research activities. Its collection is strong in the areas of astronomy and astrophysics, theoretical physics, optics and liquid crystals. Apart from these subjects there are books on Computer Science, Electronics, scientific biographies, general science, nature and fine arts. It has also a collection of non-book materials like scientific slides, CD-ROMs, DVDs and audio and video tapes. The library participates in inter library networking activities and has a good rapport with the libraries in the city as well as outside. It is used by not only by the scientists of this Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore but also by others belonging to Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, National Aerospace Laboratories, National Centre for Biological Sciences, TIFR Centre for Applicable Mathematics and others. The library has full text access to several online journals.


The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore Guest House consists of a number of units in buildings located within the Institute campus. All the rooms are furnished, most have attached facilities, and a few have kitchenettes. Effort is made to appropriately accommodate Distinguished Visitors and Visiting Academics, including visiting doctoral students in the various guest rooms.


The Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore Canteen may provide coffee and tea at the guest rooms early in the morning. Breakfast and dinner are served in the dining hall of the Guest House. Breakfast is normally served between 7.30 and 8.30 am, and dinner between 8.00 and 9.00 pm. Most visitors join the staff of the Raman Research Institute - RRI Bangalore for lunch, which is available at the guest house canteen between 12.30 and 1.30 pm. These timings are indicative and, with prior intimation, the Canteen staff endeavor to provide meals outside these hours when the need arises.



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