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Speakers
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Inaugural lecture
Interplay between Logic and Automata
R. Ramanujam, Theoretical Computer Science, The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India



Algebraic Logic
Mohua Banerjee, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, IIT, Kanpur, India



Introduction to Automata and Computability
Manas Hira, Department of Computer Science and Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Recursion Theory
Mihir Kumar Chakraborty, Visiting Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIEST Shibpur, India



Cellular Automata
Sukanta Das, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Philosophy of Computer Science
Somenath Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India



Indian Grammatical Theories: An information scientist's perspective
Amba Kulkarni, University of Hyderabad, India



Programming Approach to Logical Concepts in Computer Science
N Raja, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India



Algebra and Finite Automata
Kamal Lodaya, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, India



Short Presentation : Chaos in Cellular Automata
Supreeti Kamilya, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Short Presentation : Randomness in Cellular Automata
Kamalika Bhattacharjee, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Short Presentation : Partial Number Conservation
Raju Hazari, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Short Presentation : Primitive Polynomials & Non-uniform Cellular Automata
Sumit Adak, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Short Presentation : Beauty in Cellular Automata
Souvik Roy, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Short Presentation : An overview of chaotic map and its application to image encryption
Shyamalendu Kandar, Department of Information Technology, IIEST Shibpur, India



Short Presentation : Preorder-Based Triangle: a Modified Version of Bilattice-Based Triangle
for Belief Revision in Nonmonotonic Reasoning

Sandip Paul, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata



Short Presentation : Forgetting automata
Lakshmanan K, Vellore Institute of Technology, India



Short Presentation : Cycle Structure of Non-uniform Cellular Automta
Sukanya Mukherjee, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, IEM, Kolkata
IIEST, Shibpur