## 20 Aug Colloquium at Cotton College State University, Guwahati

Gonit Sora in association with Cotton College State University is pleased to announce the first Gonit Sora Colloquium on the theme "Glimpses into the Mathematical Science" at the Conference Room, MCB Building, Cotton College State University on 24th August. The program is open for all students (not restricted to mathematics per se). If you are interested in participating please send an email at manjil@gonitsora.com on or before 23rd August 2014.

Program schedule-

0915 - 0930 hrs:

Opening Remarks: Dhruba J. Saikia, CCSU and Dilip Sarma, Cotton College

0930 - 0945 hrs:

About Gonit Sora: Manjil P. Saikia

0945 - 1045 hrs:

Title: From Analysis, Linear Algebra to Differential Equation and Numerics.

Speaker: Bhupen Deka, IIT Guwahati

1045 - 1100 hrs: Tea break

1100 - 1200 hrs:

Title: Application of Differential Equations.

Speaker: Bhaben C. Kalita, Gauhati University

1200 - 1300 hrs:

Title: Mathematics in Medicine and Biology- Expectations from an aspirant.

Speaker: Syed Yasin S. Emanee, Gauhati Medical College

1300 - 1400 hrs: Lunch break

1400 - 1500 hrs:

Title: On some fundamental aspects of mathematical notions and geometry, etc.

Speaker: Khanin Chowdhury, Gauhati University

1500 - 1600 hrs:

Title: The Point of Pointless Topology

Speaker: Partha P. Ghosh, ISI-NEC, Tezpur

1600 - 1615 hrs: Tea break

1615 - 1715 hrs:

Title: Elliptic Curves over Finite Fields

Speaker: Gautam Kalita, IIIT Guwahati.

1715 - 1730: Discussion and comments

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## Daniel Nowaj Majumder

Posted at 22:28h, 25 AugustCould the lectures me made available online somehow? I was really intrigued by one of the topics discussed but disappointed later to find that the lecture content was never sourced online. I would lobe if someone took a step in making those lectures online. Thanks in advance and keep up the good work.

## Gonit Sora

Posted at 12:35h, 27 SeptemberWe are trying to make them available very soon.