After the talk about “Poetry, Drumming and Mathematics”, we arrived at the appointed time at the Bose–Einstein Guest House to find our man, with his…
Can we predict the onset of instability and prevent damage to engines and gas turbines? And is there a way to study these instabilities appropriately in a laboratory environment and apply the knowledge to engine and gas turbine design?
How do you reconstruct the ruins at Hampi to create a virtual 3D interactive walkthrough? A research group at IIT-M is doing just that. Read on to find out.
In this week’s edition of Science diet, Arjun Bhagoji tells us about what drives some famous scientists, looks into a new development that could change our understanding of the origins of the Universe, before ending on a cautionary note about development and pollution.
A large balloon, floating over the football field (it has since been taken down), had IITM’s residents wondering what it was doing there. It turned out the balloon was a floating cellphone tower, and is part of a joint project to create a complete disaster management system, including a post-disaster communication set-up.
The results and analysis of the survey conducted by T5E on the usage of the Institute provided internet by the student body.
Prof. Nitin Chandrachoodan is the main faculty member in charge of the institute computer networks. In this interview, he speaks to Arjun Bhagoji about the state of the institute’s internet, changes to the network, usage policies, piracy, and other issues.
Emailing professors all over the world asking for research internships is not always a bad thing. However, there are many instances in which professors find this an unnecessary intrusion.