Category Archives: Distinguished Lectures

Talk on ‘Brainwave entrainment’ by Punit Parmananda, IIT Bombay – 22 January 2020

Prof. Punit Parmananda from IIT Bombay would be delivering a talk on ‘Brainwave entrainment’ on 22th January 2020 at 3:30 pm. All the students and faculty are invited to the talk. Venue Saradananda Seminar Hall, Prajna Bhavan, RKMVERI Belur Campus Abstract The phenomenon of the entrainment of human brainwaves to a predetermined aperiodic stimulus is endeavored. Initially, the periodic entrainment of the brainwaves was studied using two different stimuli in the form of periodic auditory and visual signals. The entrainment with the periodic visual Read More...

Talk on ‘Energy cascade in internal wave attractors’ by Thierry Dauxois, ENS de Lyon & CNRS, France – 24 January 2020

Prof. Thierry Dauxois from Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Lyon & CNRS, France would be delivering a talk on ‘Energy cascade in internal wave attractors’ on 24th January 2020 at 2:30 pm. All the students and faculty are invited to the talk. Venue Saradananda Seminar Hall, Prajna Bhavan, RKMVERI Belur Campus Abstract Internal gravity waves play a primary role in geophysical fluids: they contribute significantly to mixing in the ocean and redistribute energy and momentum in the middle atmosphere. In addition to their very interesting Read More...

Talk on ‘Collective 1/f fluctuations by pseudo-Casimir-invariants’ by Prof. Yoshiyuki Yamaguchi, Kyoto University – 14th August 2019

Prof. Yoshiyuki Yamaguchi from Kyoto University, Japan would be delivering a talk on ‘Collective 1/f fluctuations by pseudo-Casimir-invariants’ on 14th August 2019 at 3.15 PM. All the students and faculty are invited to the talk. Venue: Saradananda Seminar Hall, Prajna Bhavan, RKMVERI Belur Campus Abstract The 1/f fluctuation is ubiquitously observed in nature and has attracted general interest over the past few decades. In this talk, we concentrate on collective motion in Hamiltonian systems with many degrees of freedom under long-range interaction, such as Read More...

Talk on ‘Nonlinear Physics: An Evolving Science’ by Prof. M. Lakshmanan, Bharathidasan University – 24th April 2019

Prof. M. Lakshmanan from Bharathidasan University would be delivering a talk on ‘Nonlinear Physics: An Evolving Science’ on 24th April 2019 at 3.30 PM. All the students and faculty are invited to the talk. Venue: New Seminar Hlall, Prajna Bhavan, RKMVERI Belur Campus   Read More...