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Getting to IMSc

Welcome to Chennai neé Madras, and to IMSc, the Institute of Mathematical Sciences. Here is some information on getting to the Institute. Our address and phone numbers are

THE INSTITUTE OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
C I T CAMPUS, TARAMANI, CHENNAI 600 113
Telephone Numbers

Here are some maps to give you a rough idea of the layout of Madras and the area around the Institute.

* A simplified schematic map of Madras, showing the major roads and Hotels and marking the area in which the CIT Campus is located.
o A postscript version of this figure if you want to download it to print at your end.
* A detailed Madras map.
o A gzipped postscript version of this figure
o A schenatic map of the location of IMSc within CIT Campus and its environs
* Detailed map of the location of IMSc within CIT Campus and other landmarks in the Greater Adyar area.

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences is located in a campus-like area variously known as the ``CIT Campus'' or the ``CPT Campus''. Many people in Madras may not have heard of the Institute, but almost everyone would have heard of the M.G.R. Film City and Tidel Park which are further down in the same campus area. IMSc has two complexes. One houses the main Institute building, the library building and the new building. The other has the students' hostel and Guest House. These two complexes are across the road from each other.
 

Seminars

Sep 1 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall How two-timescale singular perturbation methods help understand bursting in neuronal models by Pranay Goel
Sep 1 - Hall 123 Numerically effective divisors on the moduli space of curves from conformal field theory by Prakash Belkale
Sep 1 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Low Energy Physics of a Non-Fermi Liquid System by Ipsita Mandal
Sep 2 - Chandrasekhar Hall Maths and Biology: Strange Bedfellows No More? by Rohit Manchanda
Sep 2 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Quantum oscillations in high-temperature superconductors by Sumilan Banerjee
Sep 3 - Room 327 Complexity theory reading group by -