As part of its 10th anniversary ICTS has launched a drive to build its endowment

 

For ICTS to be internationally competitive in attracting the best minds, it needs resources on a higher scale and with much more flexibility. The peer institutions we are measuring ourselves up to internationally, have been built on the solid foundations of very generous endowments. A secure endowment will enable ICTS to deploy the resources needed to fulfil its dreams.

 

Watch the video to learn more about the ICTS vision:

 
For more on how ICTS can play a transformative role in Indian science read this two part article.
 

Your gift to the ICTS endowment will be used for:

  • Supporting eminent visitors through visiting chair professorships and travel grants
  • Rewarding and encouraging our stellar faculty, post-doctoral fellows and Ph.D students with named chair professorships and fellowships.
  • Creating a Data Centre for the data intensive sciences such as for the LIGO gravitational wave analysis efforts and the ICTS Monsoon Initiative.
 

If you would like to know more about what your support will be used for, you could learn more here.

Click here to read what some of our supporters have to say

 

David Gross
 
It is wonderful to see the dreams we had of establishing a Centre for Theoretical Physics in India being realized. I am very impressed with the remarkable developments since the inauguration only two and a half years ago. Visiting the site I could see a beautiful facility where cutting edge theory is being pursued with dynamic leadership at the top, with an initial first-rate faculty – nothing can stop this from happening. For those of us who have tried to help from afar these developments make us proud.
David Gross (KITP, Santa Barbara), Nobel Laureate, Physics, 2004
Chair, International Advisory Board


Manjul Bhargava
 
It has truly been an honor and privilege to be a part of the International Advisory Board of the ICTS, and to watch the ICTS grow from a dream into reality. ICTS, now at 10, has already begun to re-shape and significantly enhance the science research landscape of India, through its outstanding programs and lecture series for scientists and for the public, and through the high-level research activities of its faculty and students. I am confident that the next 10 years will bring ICTS to even greater heights!
Manjul Bhargava (Princeton University)
Fields Medallist 2014, Member, ICTS International Advisory Board