Seminar Schedule - 2019
 

Jan - Dec 2019

Date Speaker Title
07-11-19 Prof. Vivek Tiwari, SSCU, IISc
31-10-19 Prof. Ateeque Malani, IIT Bombay
17-10-19 Dr. Rahul Mangal, IIT Kanpur
10-10-19 Prof. Monto Mani, CST
03-10-19 Prof. Pramod Pullkar, RRI, Bangalore
26-09-19 Prof. Srinivasa Venu, EE, IISc
19-09-19 Prof. Ashok Sekhar, MBU, IISc
12-09-19 From Shell
27-08-19 Ananya Saha, Chemical Engg, IISc Colloquium :
22-08-19 Prof. Mohit Jolly, BSSE, IISc Mathematical modeling of cellular plasticity during cancer metastasis
25-07-19 Rim Zhim Gupta, Dept of Chemical Engg., IISc Defense:An approach towards inactivation of susceptible and antibiotic resistant bacterial contamination using novel photo-(electro)-catalysts
18-07-19 Dr. Laura Filion from Utrecht University Machine learning local crystalline order
09-07-19 Prof.Ruy M. Ribeiro, School of Medicine, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal HIV-1 viral dynamics: a success story of modeling in biology
20-06-19 Jatin Panwar, Dept of Chemical Enginnering, IISc Defense: Droplet Microfluidics for Nucleic Acid Quantification and Single Cell Analysis
17-06-19 Air Commodore Dr S Shankar, Head of Internal Medicine, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune Novel strategy to treat HIV in the Armed Forces: A stochastic model with Monte Carlo simulation
16-05-19 Amanuel Gebrekrstos, Dept of Chemical Engg., IISc Colloquium: Processing mediated polymorphism in PVDF-based dielectric polymers and their application
09-05-19 Aarthi, Shell, Bangalore Digitalisation & Computational Science at Shell :Fundamental Image Analysis
07-05-19 Saurabh Umrao, Dept of Chemical Engg., IISc Colloquium: DNA-based fluorescent reporters for biosensing and lipid dynamics
22-04-19 Dr. Sankarasubramanian,Dept of Energy, Env. and Chem Engg Washington Univ. Aqueous,electrode-decoupled redox flow batteries
28-03-19 Prof. Rajesh Dave, New Jersey Institute of Technology Engineered Particles: From fundamentals to applications
21-03-19 Prof. Govinda Rao, Maryland, Australia Disruptive Innovations to Make Healthcare Affordable
14-03-19 Krishnaraj Palaniswamy, Chemical Engg, IISc Defense: Flow and structure of dense granular materials
06-03-19 Abhishek Ranade Chandrashekar, Chemical Engg, IISc Defense: Flexible Hydrogen Leak Detector
27-02-19 Prof. Praveen CR, Materials, IISc Lecture on Laboratory Safety (Faculty Hall)
21-02-19 Dr. Sudip Roy Role of particle based simulations in industrial application of soft materials
19-02-19 Jatin Panwar, Dept of Chemical Enginnering, IISc PhD Thesis Colloquium: Droplet Microfluidics for Nucleic Acid Quantification and Single Cell Analysis
11-02-19 Dr. Saswati Pujari, Northeast Dow Technology Center, Pennsylvania, USA X-ray Scattering Studies of Flow-induced Alignment in Polymer Nanocomposites & New Developments in Wire and Cable and Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Technologies
01-02-19 Prof. Steve GranickDirector, Center for Soft and Living Matter, South Korea Some Surprises and Research Opportunities in Soft Matter Physics/Engineering
31-01-19 Prof. Jeffrey J. Derby, University of Minnesota, Minnesota USA. Chemical Engineering in Materials Science: Modeling to reveal hidden mechanisms during the growth of large, single crystals
29-01-19 Suman Sinha Ray, MIE, University of Illinois at Chicago Polymer Nanofibers: Production and Applications
25-01-19 Prof. Manju Sharma, Univ. of Hyderabad Prenucleation Aggregation Behaviour of Paracetamol Polymorphs in Polymers
25-01-19 Sita Kalyani, Dept of Chemical Engg, IISc. M.Tech (Res)Defense: Study of solvent induced crystal polymorphism via molecular simulations of nucleation
24-01-19 Prof. Ganesh Viswanathan from IIT Bombay Phenotype switching during TNFa signalling
24-01-19 PhD Thesis Defense : Rubesh Raja, Chemical Engg., IISc. PhD Thesis Defense:Modelling and optimization of novel therapies for hepatitis C virus (HCV) and HIV infections
22-01-19 Subhasish Baral, Chemical Engg, IISc Colloquium (PhD):Mathematical modelling of CD8+ T cell exhaustion predicts outcomes of viral infections and explains non-responsiveness to anti-PD-1 immunotherapy
21-01-19 Dr. Ananth Govind Rajan, MIT, Cambridge Atomistic Modeling and Simulations of 2D Materials: Nanoporous Defects, Force-Field Development, and Wetting
17-01-19 Prof. Sandip Ghosal of Northwestern Univ., USA On the mechanics of DNA under confinement