The Indian Institute of Astrophysics (IIA), with its headquarters in Bangalore (Karnataka state), is a most advantageous National Research Institute of India. IIA conducts studies often inside the areas of astronomy, astrophysics and associated subjects. It is widely recognized as one of the best research institutes in the country. The institute has a network of laboratories and observatories in India, consisting of Kodaikanal (the Kodaikanal Solar Observatory), Kavalur (the Vainu Bappu Observatory), Gauribidanur, Hanle (the Indian Astronomical Observatory) and Hosakote. It contributed closely in Astrosat, Indias first committed multi-wavelength space observatory. The Bangalore campus has an in depth library, a pc centre, physics laboratories and electronics, photonics and mechanical laboratories supporting an active instruments development programme. Areas of Research: The areas of research consist of Sun & Solar gadget, Stellar Astronomy, Galactic Astronomy, Extragalactic Astronomy & Cosmology, Theoretical Astrophysics & Physics, Techniques & Instrumentation, Space Astronomy. Academics: The Institute awards three types of degrees- PhD, Integrated M.Sc/Ph.D, Integrated M.tech-Ph.d
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Indian Institute of Astrophysics that are published in OMICS International journals.