Upcoming CEP Programme under GIAN

Short Term course on "Nanotechnology with colloidal nanoparticles" from 5th March 2018 to 9th March 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Nikolai Gaponik, Coordinator: Dr. Sameer Sapra

These lectures will overview the historical developments and recent advances in the colloidal syntheses of metal and semiconductor nanoparticles being in focus of interest for modern science and nanotechnology. The methodologies for precise controlling of nanoparticle composition, size, size-distribution and physico-chemical properties will be systematically........read more

Short Term course on "Interfaces in Materials" from 5th March 2018 to 9th March 2018

Visiting Faculty: Dr. Kevin M. Knowles, Coordinator: Prof. Rajesh Prasad

The study of interfaces in materials can be approached on a number of length scales, depending on the context. In this intense in-depth graduate level course, the focus will be on the study of interfaces at a level where a knowledge of crystallographic aspects of interfaces in crystalline materials is relevant, such as in deformation twinning, annealing twinning and growth twinning, the crystallography of martensitic phase transformations........read more

Short Term course on "Introduction to the questions of Truth, Knowledge and Capitalism in the Anthropocene: Around Plato, Marx, Heidegger and Whitehea" from 12th Feburary 2018 to 23rd Feburary 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Bernard Stiegler, France, Coordinator: Prof. Divya Dwivedi

The primary objectives of the course are to understand the relation between technology and the idea of “man”, with specific attention to transhumanism and to frame the philosophical questions posed by the digital world ........read more

Short Term course on "Path Planning and Navigation for Robotics" from 3rd January 2018 to 8th January 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Dinesh Manocha, USA, Coordinator: Prof. Subodh Kumar

This course deals with fundamental issues related to the representations of the motion as well as computing visibility and collision-free trajectories in an environment taking into account kinematic and dynamic constraints. Furthermore, we will address issue in terms of computing the motion of a high-DOF robot or a swarm of multiple robots. We will discuss various considerations and trade-offs used in designing various methodologies (e.g. time, space, robustness, and generality). This will include data structures, algorithms, computational........read more

Short Term course on "Water Quality and Aquatic Toxicology" from 5th February 2018 to 17th February 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. David W. Graham, United Kingdom, Coordinator: Prof. Shaikh Ziauddin Ahammad

Engineers and other applied scientists across India currently face the major challenge of improving water quality on a national scale. Water quality is generally poor, which is often due to inadequate waste management, loosely regulated industrial pollution, and due to overpopulation. Consequently, the government has established water quality regulations and guidance, which are targets to achieve wider and better quality water on local and national levels. Further, waste treatment options are........read more

Short Term course on "Design of Cyber-Physical Systems" from 12th February 2018 to 20th February 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Peter Marwedel, Germany, Coordinator: Prof. M. Balakrishnan

This course aims at providing knowledge on such interactions, in this way tearing down walls between departments. The course includes an overview of modeling techniques for CPS/IoT systems, the mapping of applications to execution platforms, the evaluation of (partial) designs and some outstanding characteristics of CPS/IoT hardware and software execution platforms. A few advanced systems will be presented toward the end of........read more

Short Term course on “The Psychology of Groups, Influence and Power" from 8th January 2018 to 12th January 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Stephen David Reicher, United Kingdom, Coordinator: Prof. Yashpal Jogdand

In this course, we will provide an understanding of group psychology drawing on the latest developments in the literature. We will then apply that understanding to the issues raised above. The course will combine lectures with exercises and discussions amongst the students...........read more

Short Term course on “Case Study Writing and Teaching" from 23rd January 2018 to 30th January 2018

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Michael Goldman, USA, Coordinator: Prof. Mahim Sagar

A case study provides in-depth analysis of a situation and demonstrates how a decision maker arrives at problem resolution by showcasing problem/s, information search, collection and analysis, alternative generation, evaluation, decision and action plan. The case may provide a historical perspective or provide a snapshot of a situation faced by a manager at..........read more


Bank Details for FEE payment

Name of the Beneficiary: IITD CEP Account
Name of Bank: State Bank of India
Branch: IIT, Hauz Khas, Delhi-110016  
Beneficiary A/C No.: 36819334799
Bank MICR Code: 110002156
Bank IFS Code: SBIN0001077