Douglas Dean Osheroff (born August 1, 1945) is a physicist known for his work in experimental condensed matter physics, in particular for his co-discovery of superfluidity in Helium-3. Osheroff earned his Bachelor’s degree in 1967 from Caltech, where he attended lectures by Richard Feynman and did undergraduate research for Gerry Neugebauer. Osheroff joined the Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics at Cornell University as a graduate student, doing research in low-temperature physics. Osheroff received a Ph.D. from Cornell University in 1973. For his contributions he shared the 1996 Nobel Prize in Physics along with David Lee and Robert C. Richardson.
During two days International Conference on Recent Advances in Physics forInterdisciplinary Developments (ICRAPID-2014), January 23-24, 2014-sponsoredbyDST he had given excellent lecture in a Live Video Conferencing Session and interaction with the participants.