Nano Science: VM

Total Lectures

218

Implementation of quantum games by NMR

Lectures

Implementation of quantum games by NMR
Towards understanding the origin of genetic languages
Academy plan for technical institute
Material aspects for nanotechnology
Nanomaterials and nanocomputers: promises and challenges
Dissipationless charge and energy transfer – thermoelectricity in nanowires
Entanglement of random subspaces
Modelling contextually dependent complexity
An elementary overview of string theory
Spin-to-photon qubit conversion with quantum dots in photonic structures: experimental achievements
Communication in a quantum context: what would Shannon do?
Nanomachines: from atomic lattice gears to cystic fibrosis
Coherent optical control of semiconductor quantum dots
Evolutionary computing for practical optimization
Quantum computational intelligence - a perspective
Introduction to quantum and nano computing
An integrated approach to computational intelligence
Building blocks of nanodevices: nanoparticles, nanorods and core-shell nanostructures
Nanoscale quantum systems
An overview of string theory
Prospects for quantum computing
On the communication complexity of certain hypergraph vertex-colouring games
New quantum control techniques from quantum computation
Need for and scope of an integrated transport policy of India
The physical underpinning of security proofs for quantum key distribution
Information is quantum
Noisy phase gates in geometric computation
Probability distributions for characterising entanglement of mixed states
The power of coherence
Graph theoretic quantum field modelling for quantum information/computation circuits and algorithms
Magnetism - fundamentals, opportunities and challenges in nano scale
Stochasticity and nonlinearity in modelling of social systems
Quantum information systems
Quantum-inspired evolutionary algorithms for search and optimization
Convergence of bio-nano-information technologies: opportunities for engineers
Multi-scale technologies for the integration of room temperature quantum electronics
Fuzzy rule based systems: applications, design issues, solutions, and open problem
Probing the quantum levels of individual semiconductor dopants_37 Dr Stuart Tessmer
Many-body correlations as measures of quantum entanglement and density matrix methods_57
High-performance computing –where can quantum computing have an impact?_46 Prof Wolfgang Bauer
Quantum aspects of biological processes_48 Prof Apoorva Patel
Transmuting nanostructures for nanocomputing technologies_5 Prof G Ramanath
An invitation to quantum coding theorems_7 Prof KR Parthasarthy
Quantum information processing with excitons and spins in semiconductor quantum dots_53 Carlo P
Hacking the universe_68 Prof Seth Lloyd
Publicity, privacy and permanence of information_66 Dr Charles Bennett
Simultaneous effect of control ‘knobs’ for experimental quantum computing_55 Prof Debabrata Goswami
Molecular spintronic devices_14 Prof Ravindra Pandey
System of systems engineering : innovations and challenges for the 21st century_80 Prof Mo Jamshidi
Single photon detection by the eye_38 Prof Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan
Avoided crossings, superpositions, and entanglement_49 Dr Arul Lakshminarayan
The hidden cost of computing with mixed states_3 Dr Arvind
Shedding a little light on the vision of quantum computing_4 Prof Debabrata Goswami
Josephson qubits with controllable couplings_70 Dr Jaw Shen Tsai
Coherence, correlation and entanglement _69 Prof Warren S Warren
Size-selected rare earth and palladium nanoparticles for hydrogen _51 Prof B R Mehta
Chaos-nonlinearity-complexity: the dialectic holism of nature_24 Dr Ashok Sengupta
Soft computing adaptations in system analysis and design_11 Prof Prabhat Hajela
How advances in science are made_44 Prof Douglas Osheroff
Quantum relative-entropy and quantum entropy_58 Prof Naresh Sharma
Ultrafast lasers and quantum computing_71 Prof Neil Gershenfeld
Control of correlations and entanglement in a three photon system_35 Dr V Ravishankar
Quantum state discrimination with continuous variables_62 Dr Stefano Pirandola
Nanoassembly with quantum computing goals_26 Prof Debabrata Goswami
Efficient algorithms for hard combinatorial problems in hypergraphs_40 Dr Anand Srivastav
How difficult is this classification task?_12 Dr Ravi Kothari
Studies on metallo-dielectric nanostructures_29 Dr Achanta Venu Gopal
The role of generalized information theory in systems science_75 Prof George Klir
Quantum algorithms_8 Dr Lov Grover
Entanglement sudden death in bipartite quantum systems under local heat bath dynamics_61
Optical bio-molecular computing with photochromic proteins_63 Dr Sukhdev Roy
Quantum random walks and spatial search_30 Prof Apoorva Patel
Some reflections on the development of systems theory _74
Evolution of silicon nanoelectronics and its impact on future computing_39 Prof M Jagadesh Kumar
Systems (paritantra) for better world order_73 Prof Jack Ellis
No-deleting and no-hiding theorems in quantum information_31 Prof Arun K Pati
Applied systems research for better worldliness_72 Prof PS Satsangi
Machine intelligence, moore’s law & nanotechnology_34 Prof Suash Deb
Spectral interferometry, photonic crystals and nano-materials for ultrafast switching_54 Prof DN Rao
Computer vision_136 Prof P K Kalra
Setting the agenda for a science of information_180 Prof A K Mukhopadhyay
Coherent epr states, causal quantum mechanics and joint measurements_128 Prof SM Roy
Controllable quantum gates in a coupled-cavity system_162 Prof Deepak Kumar
Physics of graphene devices_88 Prof Ajay Sood
Dynamic brain states and consciousness_183 Prof Anthony Hudetz
Chaos and order in the universe_201 Prof Vahe Gurzadyan
Scientific instrumentation_217 Prof Soami Piara
Computer science : past, present and future_138 Prof C Patvardhan
In search of quantum search algorithms_101 Dr Tathagat Tulsi
Macroscopic quantum processes and consciousness_199 Prof Subhash Kak
Cosmology of consciousness_106 Prof P S Satsangi
How automobiles work_205 Mr Arsh Dhir
Microtubules: a quantum information processing perspective_116 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava
The higher-order thought (HOT) theory of consciousness_196 Prof Rocco J Gennaro
An event control approach to understanding_190
VLSI technologies (SCI-HIGH 2013)_214 Dr CM Markan
The graph-theoretical field model_83 Prof Gordon Savage
The looming world shortage of helium_82 Prof Robert C Richardson
Quantum information systems_65 Dr Vishal Sahni
Green energy : solar thermal power_210 Prof AK Saxena
Green energy : solar photovoltaic systems_141 Dr D Bhagwan Das
Separability of bipartite qutrit systems_131 Prof V Ravi Shankar
Slow and negative group-velocity light using electromagnetically_127 Prof R Ghosh
Why ‘she’ is ‘me’?_197 Prof Sangeetha Menon
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Does the quantum theory make room for the causal powers of consciousness?_192 Prof Paavo Pylkkanen
Quantum information processing by nmr_89 Prof Anil Kumar
Computer networks_204 Prof Huzur Saran
Human physiology and aspects of medical science_216 Dr Vijai Kumar
Quantum information viewed by a theoretical physicist_152 Prof Lajos Diosi
Silicon nanowire optical waveguides (snow)_104 Dr Simarjeet Saini
Equal channel angular pressing for grain refinement_126 Dr RS Sharma
Quantum neural networks and the problem of consciousness_108 Prof Elizabeth Behrman
Workshop : the self in science and indian monistic schools_179 Prof Menas Kafatos
The emergence of nano / micro engineered devices_155 Prof John Yeow
The power of quantum discord_110 Prof Vlatko Vedral
Periodic nanostructures for plasmonic and photonic applications_86 Dr Achanta Venugopal
Green chemistry_211 Dr Pushpa Sahni
Quantum information systems and their graph theoretic system modelling_173 Dr Vishal Sahni
Weak measurement, joint weak value and quantum metrology_165 Prof P K Panigrahi
Application of graph theoretic quantum system modelling to complex systems_132 Dr Vishal Sahni
Computer science : past, present and future_207 Prof C Patvardhan
Quantum fields, duality and string theory_129 Mr Shiroman Prakash
Internet and multimedia technologies_212 Prof Gursaran
Quantum computing and quantum simulations_120 Prof Carl Williams
Monogamy of quantum discord_159 Prof Arun Kumar Pati
Questions for consciousness research_185 Prof Jack Ellis
Neuronal model with distributed delay and isi distribution_163 Prof Karmeshu
Is consciousness the unified field?_187 Prof John Hagelin
Objects, boundaries and identity_184 Dr Chris Fields
Quantum information systems_103 Dr Vishal Sahni
Internet technologies_144 Prof Gursaran
Design optimization and analysis under uncertainty_119 Mr Apurva Narayan
Relations between physics and combinatorial optimization problems_84 Prof Phillip Duxbury
Magnetic nanostructures at rf frequencies and computing applications_96 Dr Manish Sharma
Quantum-inspired evolutionary algorithms for optimization_122 Prof C Patvardhan
From self-organization to “swarm” intelligence_154 Prof James Tabony
Development and evolution of brain function_121 Dr CM Markan
Severe plastic deformation: pushing the limits of strength_172 Dr Rahul Sharma
Nanotechnology and nanocomputing_140 Dr Vishal Sahni
Pure and mixed bipartite entangled states and their schmidt ranks_114 Prof KR Parthasarathy
Ten fundamentals of a single brain microtubule_181 Prof Anirban Bandyopadhyay
Making light work: from photon to photonics_215 Prof Sukhdev Roy
Quantum mechanics, gravity and string theory_171 Dr Shiroman Prakash
Control of quantum interferences_168 Dr Utpal Roy
Dimensionality reduction using neural networks_156 Prof Nikhil Pal
The wave-function of the universe_125 Dr Latham Boyle
Semiconductor nanocrystals: optical properties and applications_98 Dr Sameer Sapra
Graph theoretic quantum system modelling for neuronal microtubules_157 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava
Introduction to computer networking_137 Prof Huzur Saran
Quantum computing: algorithmic and software issues_117 Prof AK Tripathi
Classical simulation of quantum computations illustrated by clifford circuits_112 Prof Richard Jozsa
Earth sciences_206 Prof Anand Mohan
Evolution of computing paradigms – issues and challenges_160 Prof B S Jagadeesh
The dynamics of consciousness_195 Prof Peter Walling
Workshop : healing, transformation and higher consciousness_178 Dr Deepak Chopra
Nuclear power_219 Mr RC Sinha
History and perspective on quantum cryptography?_111 Prof Gilles Brassard
Grid computing_91 Dr B S Jagadeesh
What do we know about microtubules_186 Prof Jack Tuszynski
Quantum information processing with few optical cycles pulses_161 Prof Debabrata Goswami
What is quantum computing?_135 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava
Man cannot bear too much reality” (t.s. Eliot)_182 Prof Anna Horatschek
Opportunities and frontiers in life sciences_{213 Prof Prem Kumar Dantu
Multimedia technologies_139 Dr Saneep Paul
What is quantum computing?_202 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava
Towards inventing the last machine of mankind_113 Prof Anirban Bandyopadhyay
Quantum superposition structures: a key to quantum metrology_169 Dr Suranjana Ghosh
Quantum paradoxes, causal quantum mechanics and experimental tests_99 Prof S M Roy
Nanoscale sensor, resistive memory and solar cell devices_93 Prof B R Mehta
Probing charge dynamics in nanopatterned quantum dot arrays_170 Ms Nirat Ray
Quantum communication: symmetry, security, and some tricks_118 Prof Anirban Pathak
Quantum devices using group-iv semiconductor nanostructures_166 Prof Samit Ray
Nanotechnology and nanocomputing_208 Dr Vishal Sahni
Workshop : consciousness in the universe – review of the ‘orch or’ theory_176 Prof Stuart Hameroff
Quantum and quantum-inspired evolutionary_94 Prof C Patvardhan
The neural correlates of conscious awareness revealed _198 Prof Steven Laureys
Frontiers and opportunities and in biological sciences_145 Prof S S Bhojwani
Molecular models of information processing, memory encoding _107 Prof Jack Tuszynski
Quantum computing approaches via femtosecond spatiotemporal control_95 Prof Debabrata Goswami
Consciousness and the model of the person indian psychology_188 Prof K Ramakrishna Rao
Plenary talk_133 Prof BS Sonde
Basics of chemical instrumentation_149 Prof Soami Piara
Problems seeking a laser_102 Prof Wendell Hill
Green energy : solar power_209 Prof D Bhagwan Das
Plasmonic crystals for controlling the plasmon dynamics_158 Prof Achanta Venugopal
Quantum processing through a manifold of dark states_124 Prof Deepak Kumar
Making light work: from photon to photonics_147 Dr Sukhdev Roy
VLSI technologies (SCI-HIGH 2012)_146 Dr C M Markan
Graph theoretic quantum_85 Ms Dayal Pyari Srivastava
Computer vision_203 Prof PK Kalra
Computational complexity of the quantum circuit model_105 Dr Debajyoti Bera
Are microtubules topological quantum computers? _109 Prof Stuart Hameroff
Noiseless quantum tracking and quantum tomography_167 Prof S M Roy
Valedictory talk_134 Mr RP Agrawal
Introduction to string theory_100 Mr Shiroman Prakash
Consciousness_194 Prof Peter Roe
Quantum superconducting circuits_87 Dr Adrian Lupascu
Severe plastic deformation processing_97 Dr Rahul Swarup Sharma
Green chemistry : need, concept and principles_143 Dr Pushpa Sahni
Solar thermal energy_142 Prof A K Saxena
Strategic opportunities in systems engineering_115 Prof Keith Hipel
Medical science and physiology_148 Dr Vijai Kumar
Secrecy, free will and malicious manipulators_153 Prof Artur Ekert
Quantum computing: some issues_90 Prof A K Tripathi
Virtual labs_218 Dr RS Sharma
Inner experience and neuroscience: merging both perspectives_175 Prof James Barrell
Easy and effective use of interactive virtual simulations_150 Dr Rahul Swarup Sharma
Low-power nano-bio-photonic computing with photochromic_130 Dr Sukhdev Roy
Eastern philosophy forum : higher states_177 Prof John Hagelin
Towards integrating arts and science_174 Prof P S Satsangi
Quantum information techniques in many-body systems_164 Prof Ujjwal Sen
The mystery of the self_189 Prof Menas Kafatos
Neuro-environmental cognitive spiritual phenomenology_151 Prof P S Satsangi
Quantum models of cognition_193 Prof Peter Bruza
A physical basis for a nanoneuroscience of memory and consciousness_200 Dr Travis Craddock
Comparing and contrasting the effect of mutually exclusive_123 Prof Debabrata Goswami
Systems theory as an academic discipline : some reminiscences_81 MHRD QNC Prof HK Kesavan
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