Seminar in Ramanujan Auditorium

The Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMSc), founded in 1962 and based in the verdant surroundings of the CIT campus in Chennai, is a national institution which promotes fundamental research in frontier disciplines of the mathematical and physical sciences: Theoretical Computer Science, Mathematics, Theoretical Physics, as well as in many interdisciplinary fields. Around a hundred researchers, including faculty members, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, are members of the Institute at any given time, in addition to a large number of visitors from all over the world.

Seminars

Sep 2 - Room 326 Horn's conjecture, saturation conjecture and the Littlewood-Richardson rule by Prakash Belkale
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 -
Sep 3 - Hall 123 Bounded cohomology by Arghya Mondal
Sep 3 - Room 326 Reading course by Vikram