Since June, 2020 we have started to organize webinars (sometimes in association with colleges in Assam). This page will list all the webinars (as well as slides and videos of the ones already held).

To register for the upcoming events, please submit the form at this link (meeting details are usually sent one day before the event).

All our talks are recorded and the recording is made available on our YouTube channel later.

If there are any questions, comments, criticisms or suggestions then please feel free to email us at [email protected].

Upcoming webinars:

  1. Dr. Tarig Abdelgadir (Loughborough University, UK): to be announced (31 October 2020)
  2. Dr. Neeraj Kayal (Microsoft Research, Bangalore): to be announced (October 2020)
  3. Prof. S. Ramanan (Chennai Mathematical Institute, Chennai): to be announced (8th November 2020)
  4. Dr. Cesar Ceballos (Technical University of Graz, Austria): to be announced (November 2020)
  5. Prof. Ravindra B. Bapat (Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi): to be announced (28 November 2020)
  6. Prof. Rajeeva Karandikar (Chennai Mathematical Institute, Chennai): to be announced (6 December 2020)
  7. Prof. Matthias Kreck (University of Bonn, Germany): to be announced (December 2020)
  8. Prof. S. G. Dani (Centre for Basic Sciences, Mumbai): to be announced (December 2020)
  9. Prof. Mathukumalli Vidyasagar FRS (Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad): to be announced (2021)

Past webinars:

  1. Prof. Shobha Madan (Indian Institute of Technology, Goa): Almost Arithmetic Progressions in “substantial” subsets of Integers (17 October 2020) [slides & video]
  2. Dr. Shweta Agrawal (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras): Post Quantum Cryptography: Challenges, Opportunities and Beyond (10 October 2020) [video]
  3. Dr. Kaneenika Sinha (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune): 102 years of the Circle Method (27 September 2020) [video]
  4. Dr. Bhupen Deka (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati): Existence, Uniqueness and Stability of Linear IVPs (20 September 2020) [video]
  5. Prof. B. V. Rao (Chennai Mathematical Institute, Chennai): Random Walk – an Idea (13 September 2020) [slides & video]
  6. Prof. Amritanshu Prasad (Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai): Cycles of a random permutation (9 September 2020) [video]
  7. Dr. Nutan Limaye (Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay): The charm in proving something is impossible: a complexity theoretic view (6 September 2020) [video]
  8. Prof. Sujatha Ramdorai (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada): Ramanujan’s Tau function and Modular forms (28 August 2020) [slides & video]
  9. Prof. Geetha Venkataraman (Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University Delhi): Entwined: Symmetry and Groups (22 August 2020) [slides & video]
  10. Dr. Gaurav Bhatnagar (Ashoka University, Sonepat): Andrews’ approach to conjecture the Rogers–Ramanujan identities (16 August 2020) [video]
  11. Dr. Nishad Kothari (Indian Institute of Technology, Madras): The Many Colours of Combinatorics (8 August 2020) [slides & video]
  12. Prof. Nayandeep Deka Baruah (Tezpur University, Assam): Pi: The King of Constants (22 July 2020) [video]
  13. Prof. B. Sury (Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore): Mathematical puzzles as an aid to introducing mathematical notions (21 July 2020) [slides & video]
  14. Prof. Swaroop Nandan Bora (Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati): Differential equations as they arise in Large Water Bodies and How to Solve Them (19 July 2020) [slides & video]
  15. Dr. Debopam Chakraborty (BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad): Fermat’s Last Theorem and a failure of unique factorization (12 July 2020) [slides & video]
  16. Prof. Anupam Saikia (Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati): The Congruent Number Problem and Elliptic Curves (10 July 2020) [slides & video]
  17. Dr. Shanta Laishram (Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi): Prime Divisors in an Arithmetic Progression (7 July 2020) [slides & video]
  18. Prof. Surajit Borkotokey (Dibrugarh University, Assam): Game Theory: Can there be a theory to play a game? (12 June 2020) [slides & video]


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