Cheenta Research Track is a unique program for school and college students. Adult learners are also welcome to join.
Young learners can start actual research with the help of our Research Groups. Typically they would collaborate with our research group members. The process may eventually lead to journal publication and original work.
This type of mentoring and collaboration is held in very high value at leading universities and research organizations throughout the world.
How You Can Get Involved
Three steps toward Cheenta Research Track
Join a Cheenta program
Our faculty members are the back bone of Cheenta Research Groups. Candidates are inducted into the research groups from or school and college mathematics programs.
Attend research seminars
Join the research seminars to understand the areas of work of various faculty members at Cheenta. You may find something that particularly interests you
Explore the research groups
A Cheenta research group is a close knit association of few researchers who have common learning goals. These are the active research tracks at Cheenta which you may join.
Upcoming research seminars
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Boundaries of Graphs
Abstract: How do you imagine the boundary of an infinite graph? One way to think about this is: each road that meanders into infinity is a point at infinity! This intuition leads us to a fascinating construction of the boundary of \( F_2 \). It is the Cantor Set!
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Active research groups
Research Group A: Graphs, Groups, and Geometry
Graphs have vertices and edges. Sometimes they do not have cycles. Then they are called trees. If we let a group act on such a tree geometrically then interesting information can be found about the group.
Ashani Dasgupta (Pursuing Ph.D. in Geometric Group Theory at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee)
Sauvik Mondal (Pursuing M.Math at I.S.I. Calcutta)
Kaurag Mukherjee (B.Math from I.S.I. Bangalore)
Research Group B: Automata Theory
Automata theory is the study of abstract machines and automata, as well as the computational problems that can be solved using them. It is a theory in theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics (a subject of study in both mathematics and computer science).
Anirban Majumdar (Pursuing Ph.D. at Ecole Saclay, France. M.Sc. in Theoretical Computer Science from C.M.I. Chennai)