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Walking the walk with Taran Singh, Founder & CEO of Melvano

The journey to founding his startup started in the second year of his insti life, when he began tutoring students as a part of the Acad Buddy program. Taran Singh, an alumnus of the 2019 batch of the dual degree… Continue Reading →

Insti and Beyond with Mr. Shiv Shivakumar – Reminiscing and Reflecting

The Other Side is back with a brand-new podcast series, From Insti & Beyond, in collaboration with the Alumni Relations Cell of IIT Madras. Here, they aim to talk to distinguished alumni of IITM to enable young graduates and students… Continue Reading →

Art of the Deal: Music set for JEE

Surya Srini just released his first original single “Kadhal Aadhirai” while also working in a corporation. He graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of IIT Madras in 2019. In this interaction with Chennai36’s correspondent Sujay Srivastava, he opens up… Continue Reading →

The Sculptor

She stood proudly at the centre of the gallery, admiring the throng of visitors streaming through the doors. She warmly greeted her patrons with a polite smile.   “My dear, you’ve outdone yourself this time- how realistic this one! Is!… Continue Reading →

Alumni Diaries – A Chat With Intel Senior Fellow & IITM DAA 2019 Swaminathan Sivakumar

Swaminathan (Sam) Sivakumar is an Intel Senior Fellow in the Technology and Manufacturing Group and Director of Lithography in the Portland Technology Development organization at Intel Corporation, leading the definition, development and deployment of Intel’s next-generation lithography processes. He is… Continue Reading →

Two Pairs

The elevator probably counts itself amongst the world’s most pitiful objects, for it flies up and down for miles without ever having gotten anywhere. Today, it flew with a lady.   “Hmm”, jabbing a button that read four, Claire mumbled… Continue Reading →

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 →

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