Projects
Previous Summer of Science and ITSP Projects
Plasma Speakers  ITSP 2016 Your very own geeky speakers which vary air pressure using highenergy electrical plasma instead of a solid diaphragm. The coolest loudspeaker you can ever own! You can find the abstract, documentation and other links here! 

Google's PageRank Algorithm  ITSP 2016 Ever wondered how search engines work, and what goes behind it providing the correct results almost every time? Pulkit Sareen explores Google's PageRank algorithm and how it works! You can find a detailed report on his findings here.  
Computer Architecture  SoS 2016 We use microprocessors in different forms for our daily necessities. But what goes inside such a processor? Dhruv Shah explores how processors are built from the basics of digital electronics and how the complex systems fit in their places. A detailed report of his findings can be found here!  
Cosmology  SoS 2016 Ever looked up at the sky and wondered how it all came to be? How all of the universe began in the first place? And why things out there are the way they are? Thariq Shanavas explores the fascinating and mysterious world of Cosmology, all the way from the Big Bang, to the flatness of the universe  down to the possibility of Big Crunch! You can find an interesting report to read here!  
Algebraic Techniques in Geometry  SoS 2016 The mathematics of origami and polyhedral shapes has always been interesting and the underlying geometry uses concepts deeply rooted in abstract algebra and group theory etc. Abhijeet Melkani explores various ways to explain and unfold the mysteries of polyhedral geometry! You can find a report of his learnings here!  
Quantum Computation  SoS 2016 Recent advancements in the world of spintronics have opened up a new field of research on the boundaries of Physics and Computer Science. Can we achieve the dream of a Quantum Computer? Sanket Chirame studies the basics of Quantum logic and all that goes in, to establish the concept of a Quantum Computer. You can find a report of his learnings here!  
Special Theory of Relativity  SoS 2016 Special relativity has replaced the conventional notion of an absolute universal time with the notion of a time that is dependent on reference frame and spatial position. Rittick Roy explored this exciting field of science in his report, which can be found here!  
Cymatics  ITSP 2015 We have all drawn waves and heard sound. This project aims to visualise waves in various forms  on the surface of corn syrup, water stream, and the show stopper  The Ruben's Tube!! </table> 