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TCS Post Doctoral Programme

The Institute welcomes applications for Post-doctoral fellowships in all areas of Computer Science, particularly in those of interest to the TCS faculty. The names of faculty and details about their interests can be found at the TCS Home Page. The fellowships are normally for one year, but can be extended by up to an additional year.

The areas of interest broadly speaking are:  concurrency, logic, algorithms, complexity theory, automata theory

Candidates are encouraged to first correspond with faculty members at IMSc whose interests overlap theirs. However, outstanding applications will be considered even if there is no overlap with our faculty's current interests. Post-doctoral fellows at IMSc are not formally affiliated with individual faculty members but are welcome to collaborate with any of our faculty. They are expected to contribute to the group's activities (for instance, by giving talks, organising  seminar series, etc.).


Sep 1 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Topology and thermal Hall effect in a Kagome antiferromagnet by G. Koushik
Sep 2 - Hall 123 Restriction of representations and metaplectic groups by Shiv Prakash Patel
Sep 2 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall The quark-gluon plasma: What the lattice can tell us by Prasad Hegde
Sep 3 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Life at the boundary and novel physics by T. R. Govindarajan
Sep 4 - Chandrasekhar Hall Lie groups by P Sankaran
Sep 4 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall Parameterized complexity by Parameterized Complexity Journal Club