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Vigyan Manthan Series-2020

 

Committee Hall, Convention Centre, JNU

22 January 2020, 3:30-5:00pm

 

Speaker: Prof. Heeraman Tiwari, Centre for Historical Studies, School of Social Sciences, JNU

Title of the talk: Memory, Smrti and Text: Science of Learning and Preserving in Ancient India

 

Speaker: Prof. Girish Nath Jha, School of Sanskrit & Indic Studies, JNU

Title of the talk: Big(Lingustic) Data and Heritage Computing

 

Moderator: Prof. Pawan K Dhar, School of Biotechnology, JNU

 

All are cordially invited

Vigyan Manthan Series Archives

S.No

       Date

Tittle

Speaker

1

24.01.2018

                       Lecture Series

Prof Suman Kumar Dhar, SCMM/JNU

2

24.04.2018

FUSION - Framework to Unify Sensor Information for Observing Nature (Earth observation applications using remote sensing data) -  (Lecture-1)

 

Internet of Things: An Upcoming Technology - (Lecture-2)

Prof. P. K. Joshi, SES/JNU

 

Prof. D. P. Vidyarthi, SC&SS/JNU

3

06.09.2018

Methodology of Social Sciences - (Lecture-1)

 

Empathy Driven Algorithms for Artificial Intelligence – (Lecture-2)

Prof. Vivek Kumar, SSS/JNU

 

Mr. Rishabh Sharma, CEO, Poletus Intuitive Intelligence, California, USA

4

17.10.2018

Biotechnology in Crop Improvement - (Lecture-1)

 

Getting ready to feed 9 billion through agricultural innovations - (Lecture-2)

Prof. Ramesh V. Sonti,   Director, National Institute of Plant Genome Research,
 New Delhi

 

Prof. Ashwani Pareek, SLS/JNU

5

23.04.2019

Integrated Genomics Approaches for Crop Improvement - (Lecture-1)

 

Myth of Natural Plants: A Ten Thousand Years History of Modern Agriculture - (Lecture-2)

Dr. Mukesh Jain, SC&IS/JNU

 

Dr. Praveen Verma, National Institute of Plant Genome Research, New Delhi

6

15.05.2019

Ancient Indian Science and Technology and the World - (Lecture-1)

 

Dharmashastra : Science, Society and Judiciary –  (Lecture-2)

Dr. Shashibala, Dean, Centre for Indology, Bhartiya Vidhya Bhwan, New Delhi.

 

Dr. Santosh Kumar Shukla, Associate Professor,  School of  Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU