Upcoming CEP Programme under GIAN

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 "Prosthetics and Motor Learning" from 05th December 2017 to 09th December 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Sethu Vijayakumar, United Kingdom,Coordinator: Prof. Deepak Joshi

Control of complex, compliant, multi degree of freedom (DOF) sensorimotor systems like humanoid robots, prosthetics and exoskeletons as well as autonomous vehicles have been pushing the limits of traditional planning and control methods. The next generation of robots are going to work much more closely with humans, other robots and interact significantly with the environment around........read more

Short Term course on “Complex Networks" from 18th December 2017 to 22nd December 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Mainak Chatterjee, USA, Coordinator: Prof. Swades De

Large complex networks, be it biological, physical, transportation, power-grids, or social, exhibit some commonalities in their structural properties. Numerous studies in the last decade have revealed that all these networks can be broadly classified as scale-free networks that follow the power law distribution. Models used for analyzing these networks or and predicting any phenomenon are non-trivial. In this workshop, we will first start by analyzing some real networks and their properties like degree distribution, path length, and clustering coefficient. We will study how various phenomenon such as signals...........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 “Bioreaction Engineering" from 09th October 2017 to 17th October 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. John Villadsen, Denmark, Coordinator: Prof. Sunil Nath

Coupling of mathematics (linear equations, and ordinary differential equations) with the basic bio-subjects (biochemistry and biology) to solve design problems relevant to bioprocesses is the primary objective of the course. The course covers stoichiometry, kinetics, thermodynamics, metabolic flux analysis and the design of ideal and real bioreactors, illustrated by practical examples. In particular, the analysis and scale-up of bioreactions will be discussed. ..........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

Short Term course on “Religion, Democracy and Violence" from 6th November 2017 to 10th November 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Vedi Renandi Hadiz, Australia, Coordinator: Prof. Sarbeswar Sahoo

The rapid pace of development, across the world, over the last 100 to 150 years has had a tremendous impact on the environment. The damage is now painfully evident and includes global warming; climate change; extensive pollution of the air, ground & surface water and the soil; loss of biodiversity..........read more

Short Term course on "Turbulence in Environmental Flows" from 29th October 2017 to 04th November 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Sutanu Sarkar, USA, Coordinator: Prof. Srinivas V Veeravalli

The rapid pace of development, across the world, over the last 100 to 150 years has had a tremendous impact on the environment. The damage is now painfully evident and includes global warming; climate change; extensive pollution of the air, ground & surface water and the soil; loss of biodiversity.....read more

Short Term course on "Critical Philosophy of Race" from 13th November 2017 to 17th November 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Robert Lambert Bernasconi, USA, Coordinator: Prof. Divya Dwivedi

The modern world was formed to a significant extent by slave trade and colonialism which were accompanied by the ideologies of race and racist practices, and resulted in genocides, and enforced migration and segregation of people. These atrocities and racism in many forms continue in the contemporary world, and in many parts racial tensions are on the rise. Critical philosophy of race, a new sub-discipline within philosophy, has developed in an effort to try to understand the persistence of racism and to investigate the relative success of the different strategies deployed to combat it. ....read more

Short Term course on “Phase-Ordering and Aging in Pure and Disordered Systems” from 27th November 2017 to 01st December 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Marco Zannetti, Italy, Coordinator: Prof. Varsha Banerjee

The primary objectives of the course is to expose participants to some important techniques in non-equilibrium statistical mechanics useful to study complex systems. The latter are ubiquitous, but methodologies to study them are few and far between. There are no advanced text books which contain such topics as yet. The instructor is an expert in the area of non-equilibrium physics.....read more

Short Term course on “Computational Solutions of Hyperbolic PDEs for Scientists, Engineers and Mathematicians” from 04th December 2017 to 16th December 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Dinshaw S. Balsara, USA, Coordinator: Prof. Harish Kumar

The focus of this course would be the numerical solution of hyperbolic PDEs using higher order Godunov-type schemes. The two-week course will cover both basic and advance topics. The contents of the course are: Finite Difference methods for Linear Hyperbolic problems, Nonlinear scalar and system of conservation.....read more

Short Term course on “Redox Flow Batteries for Electrical Energy Storage” from December 01st 2017 to 14th December 2017

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Vijay K Ramani, USA, CoordinatorProf. Anil Verma

This course will provide details of electrochemical energy storage using redox flow batteries, for applications ranging from grid-scale storage of intermittent renewables to energy arbitrage to distributed energy generation. The course will first introduce the basic principles of electrochemical engineering, followed by an in-depth lectures of redox flow batteries, their operating principles, construction, performance evaluation, and economics.....read more

Short Term course on “Plasticity and Constitutive Modeling of Soil with Applications in Finite Element Analysis” from 18th December 2017 to 22nd December 2017

Visiting Faculty: Dr. Dipanjan Basu, Canada, Coordinator: Prof. Tanusree Chakraborty

The primary objectives of this course are (i) exposing participants to the fundamentals of continuum mechanics and plasticity theory applicable to soil mechanics, (ii) providing knowledge about available soil constitutive models, (iii) exposing participants to the fundamentals of nonlinear (elasto-plastic) finite element modeling, (iv) determination of soil constitutive model parameters, (v) implementation of soil constitutive models in finite element analysis.....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