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Scientists develop a low-cost method to produce the ‘wonder material’ – Graphene

Graphene, a ‘wonder material’ derived from graphite, promises new revolutions in the field of electronics, computers, solar panels, optics, bioremediation etc. These new horizons in various fields are, however, halted by the low and costly production of graphene. A team… Continue Reading →

Making Cryptography Less Cryptic

Cryptography is a beautiful branch of mathematics which guarantees the art of secret-keeping. In today’s world of big data, there is a serious conflict between utility and privacy. The prime example of this conflict comes from the field of medicine… Continue Reading →

What determines the prey survival to a predator attack in a closed space: IIT Madras researchers answer

In their new study, Dr. Pallab Sinha Mahapatra and Mr. Siddhant Mohapatra from IIT-Madras have discerned the dynamics of the prey-predator relationship in a confined space. Through a modeling approach, the scientists have co-related the survival of prey to the… Continue Reading →

Combining Deep Learning with Fluid Flow – With Mayur Joshi

Mayur Joshi is currently in his fourth year of Mechanical Engineering. He’s a Dual Degree student with Interdisciplinary specialization in Data Sciences. This is his second time with Chennai 36, previously having talked to us about his CERN internship last… Continue Reading →

The Indo German Centre for Sustainability – With Dr. Avinash Raul

Dr. Avilash Raul is the Principal Scientist at Indo German Centre for Sustainability (IGCS) and a guest faculty at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Madras. Chennai 36 correspondent Rasika Joshi sits down with Dr. Raul to talk… Continue Reading →

An Operations Management Intern at the MIT Sloan School -With Karan Patel

Karan Patel is a 5th-year Dual Degree student in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering and is minoring in Operations Management. He did his summer research internship at the end of his 4th-year at the Operations Research Center, MIT Sloan School… Continue Reading →

A summer in France – Exploring the Charpak Research Internship Program

Saarthak Marathe is a third-year undergraduate student at the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He talks to our correspondent Rohith about his experience at the ISIR Lab in France where he conducted research on robotics at the end of his second… Continue Reading →

A tryst with Japan – With Ashwin Nair

Ashwin from the Department of Chemical Engineering interned in his 3rd year, on a project involving enzyme catalysis in the Nagaoka University of Technology. Our correspondent Adriza speaks to him about his experience. How did you get to know about… Continue Reading →

Getting to know our Exchange Students – Interview with Claire Hollants

Claire Hollants, a student at Ghent University, Belgium is a semester exchange student at the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. She talks to Rasika about various aspects of her life here in Chennai and about how insti is different… Continue Reading →

All the way from Deutschland – With Jean Lukas

Firstly, the usual question, why did you choose to go on an exchange semester and why India? Well, taking an exchange semester is something most students in Germany do, though it’s more common to stay in Europe. Personally, I wanted… Continue Reading →

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