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BARC award to Probal Chaudhury

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 28 � Probal Chaudhury, a scientist of Assam origin at the Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai has been rewarded with the �Scientific and Technical Excellence Award for the year 2010.�

Chaudhury is now a Scientific Officer (G) in the Emergency Response Systems and Methods Section Radiation Safety Systems Division of BARC. He has been nominated for the award in recognition to his outstanding contributions in the area of �Design and Development of Systems, Software and Methodologies for Quick Assessment of Radiological Impact following Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies.�

The award consists of a citation, a medal and a cash amount of Rs 1 lakh. It was presented to Chaudhury on October 28 last. The date was celebrated as the founder�s day at BARC.

Chaudhury has been serving at BARC since 1994. He had conducted �Source Search operation� in the IAEA-sponsored Expert Mission named 'Radiological Emergency Assistance to Georgia� between August 14 and 28, 2002, using the Aerial Gamma Spectrometry System developed in the BARC Radiation Safety Systems Division and it was well appreciated at the international level.

Chaudhury is the son of former VC of Gauhati University Prof NK Chaudhury.

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BARC award to Probal Chaudhury

GUWAHATI, Nov 28 � Probal Chaudhury, a scientist of Assam origin at the Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai has been rewarded with the �Scientific and Technical Excellence Award for the year 2010.�

Chaudhury is now a Scientific Officer (G) in the Emergency Response Systems and Methods Section Radiation Safety Systems Division of BARC. He has been nominated for the award in recognition to his outstanding contributions in the area of �Design and Development of Systems, Software and Methodologies for Quick Assessment of Radiological Impact following Nuclear and Radiological Emergencies.�

The award consists of a citation, a medal and a cash amount of Rs 1 lakh. It was presented to Chaudhury on October 28 last. The date was celebrated as the founder�s day at BARC.

Chaudhury has been serving at BARC since 1994. He had conducted �Source Search operation� in the IAEA-sponsored Expert Mission named 'Radiological Emergency Assistance to Georgia� between August 14 and 28, 2002, using the Aerial Gamma Spectrometry System developed in the BARC Radiation Safety Systems Division and it was well appreciated at the international level.

Chaudhury is the son of former VC of Gauhati University Prof NK Chaudhury.