Visiting Student Programme

Graduate students who have already registered for their PhD with any university may apply to become Graduate Visitors. Under this programme, a Graduate Visitor can visit IMSc several times during the period of his/her studentship with the length and frequency of visits being decided on a case-by-case basis.

During the visit, the student will be attached to a specific faculty member at IMSc and will take part in a research project worked out jointly with the student's adviser in the parent university.

If you wish to become a Graduate Visitor at IMSc, (or if you are a thesis advisor interested in initiating a collaboration, together with a student, with a scientist at IMSc), first identify the faculty member or members with whom your work overlaps and with whom you wish to explore a collaboration. Writing to the particular Institute member directly is a good way to begin.

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Seminars

Aug 21 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall - Knot invariants, topological strings, and 3d/3d correspondence - VI by Satoshi Nawata
Aug 22 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall - Packing, combinatorial Macbeath regions and semi-algebraic set systems by Arijit Ghosh
Aug 22 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall - The quantum spin quadrumer by Subhankar Khatua
Aug 22 - Room 327 - Logic Seminar by Ramanathan S Thinniyam
Aug 23 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall - Knot invariants, topological strings, and 3d/3d correspondence - VII by Satoshi Nawata
Aug 23 - Alladi Ramakrishnan Hall - Glueball spectra from a Yang-Mills matrix model by Mahul Pandey

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