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A talk on "Peri-urban dynamics in the Global South: Theoretical reflections and empirical insights" by Dr. Alexander Follmann, University of Cologne, Germany.
Colloquium at the School of Astrophysics Date and Time: 27th September, 2023, 3.30PM @ P. C. Mahalanobis Auditorium Speaker: Prof. Dhruba Gupta, Department of Physical Sciences, Bose Institute, Kolkata. Title: The Cosmological Lithium Problem in Nuclear Astrophysics.
National Seminar on "Climate Change: A vision for water safety and security" to be held on 22nd September, 2023 at 2 pm in the Derozio Hall.
Nonlinear Dynamics is an emerging field of intense interest in modern research. It has a wide applicability in Condensed Matter Physics, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, Atmospheric Physics, and even in modern Biology and Chemistry. The fixed points of nonlinear differential equations determine the equilibrium phases of various Physical and Chemical systems and the limit cycles help to understand the periodic environmental situation in Atmospheric Science (Nobel Prize in 2021) and circadian rhythm of normal cardiac operations. The Glycolytic phenomena can also be explained through the limit cycle, an interesting outcome of two dimensional nonlinear systems. The event will be organized by the students of the Physics Department of Presidency University on 27th September2023, in the afternoon.
Economics Department, Presidency University is organising a two-day International Conference “Issues in Economic Theory and Policy” on 27 & 28 December, 2023. The Prof. Nirmal Kanti Majumdar lectures will be given by Prof. Kaushik Basu (Cornell University) (to be confirmed), Prof. Arnab Basu (Cornell University), Prof. Lata Gangadharan (Monash University), Prof. Nancy Chau (Cornell University) and Prof. Pushkar Maitra (Monash University).