Invited Talk On Quantum Mechanics for Engineers

  • Topic: Quantum Mechanics for Engineers
  • Date: 17th February 2018
  • Time: 3PM-4PM
  • Venue: AV auditorium, Library, DSI
  • Speaker: Dr. K. Srinivasan (Toronto, Canada)

On 17 February 2018, Department of Physics organized an invited talk on “Quantum mechanics for Engineers”. The invited talk was delivered by an eminent professor, Prof. K. Srinivasan. Around 200 students from 1st year attended this invited talk and the objective of this was to give the students a good understanding of quantum mechanics and how it can be applied in engineering.

The program started with an invocation song by two first year students, Aravind and Srihari. Physics HOD Dr. C. M. Joseph addressed the gathering and welcomed the speaker. Prof. Srinivasan started with basics of quantum mechanics and later covered topics like, “what does Physics concern with”, “how is Physics done”. He also covered major branches of physics and seven basic quantities in Physics. In the later part of his lecture, the speaker described quantum systems and covered the topic of where and how quantum mechanics enter engineering disciplines along with the preparations that would be needed for applying quantum mechanics to engineering. Students found this lecture interesting and informative.


  • Date: 7th September 2017
  • Time: 3PM-4PM
  • Venue: CD Sagar Auditorium, DSI

Department of Physics has conducted an invited talk on “Quantum Computing” to commemorate the Teachers day on 07 September 2017. The talk was given by Prof Pranesha T S from BMS College of Engineering. The talk was about Quantum Computing and gave an overview of quantum computing in an intuitive and conceptual fashion.

The talk began with an introduction to the strange world of the quantum. Concepts such as quantum superposition, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, the “collapse” of the wave function and quantum entanglement (i.e., EPR pairs) were introduced.

Simple examples were given to explain and to illustrate such concepts as quantum measurement, quantum teleportation, quantum dense coding and the first quantum algorithm etc.

Talk covered the transformation of computing technology from first generation to the next generation using quantum Physics and even Photons. Current Si technology is to be replaced by reducing the size and increasing the speed using quantum computers.


Invited talk

  • Speaker: Dr. K N N Unni, Scientist at NIST, Trivandrum
  • Conducted on: 21/10/2016
  • Venue: AV auditorium
  • Subject: OLED Displays and Flexible Electronics

Inauguration of CISEE Lab

Inauguration by Padma Bhushan Roddam Narasimha, Chairman, JNCASR on 4th Nov 2015

Exhibition: Interaction with PUC students

  • Conducted on: 31/01/2016
  • Venue: Dayananda Sagar University during Principal’s conclave.

SEITCON National Conference

  • Conducted on : 22-23 Feb 2016
  • Venue: Seminar Hall, TCE, Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering
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