Institute for Advancing Intelligence
For growth and development within any geographic periphery, education plays an important and indispensable role. Infrastructure and facilities ultimately pave the path for the region’s success. Availability of educated workforce helps to attract inward investments in the concerned region from large national and global corporate entities. In the fast emerging and sophisticated technological world of today, highly skilled human resources possessing an analytical mind-set and proficient in quantitative sciences, are an absolute must for the scientific and economic progress of a region. Best-in-class educational infrastructure is imperative for building capacity with respect to superior quantitative and analytical skills.
In this backdrop, the Institute for Advancing Intelligence (IAI) was created. The establishment is state-of-the-art and fully self-funded from the point of conception. The endeavour is directed towards providing the best possible environment for learning and research in the areas of quantitative, computational, technological and analytical streams along with appropriate research tie-ups with leading technology companies and universities of the world. At present, such an institution is not available in India.
Some of our
August 16, 2021
This year we are offering a full-time Ph.D. program in Computer Science and Mathematics in collaboration with Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute (RKMVERI), India. The classes of this semester start on August 16. There is a provision for attending the classes both online (Webex platform) as well as offline.
August 18, 2021
We are starting our weekly seminar, Meet-in-the-Middle at IAI from 18th August, 2021. The inauguration lecture will be delivered by Prof. Bimal Kumar Roy on 18th August 2021 and Prof. Roy will be talking about “Some Recent Issues in Cryptology”.
IAI will blend statistical ideas developed over a century with AIML algorithms - encourage faculty, researchers and students to actively explore such possibilities in multiple related areas. Our research has major focus on, Cryptology and Quantum Cryptology, Adaptive Signal Processing, Algorithms in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning and Financial Analytics and Risk Analysis
TRIM, focusses on foundational research in both fundamental and applied mathematics with the aim of translating research results to tangible contributions as is necessary in the modern realm of interdisciplinary advances in science and technology.
Advances in Artificial Intelligence, Data Sciences and Process Automation paved a path to path-breaking research in the areas of Brain Simulation, Brain Mapping, Brain Architecture and Sensory Graphs, in a nutshell in areas of Translational Neurosciences Research. At IAI we intend to build data driven models and algorithms to abet...
IAI will continually publish scientific papers in International journals of repute based on the research conducted by the staff and students.View All
IAI will strive to relentlessly provide best-in-class learning environment for higher education in quantitative, computational, technological and analytical streams. Multiple programs are designed considering the flexibility of the prospective students and researchers. Currently IAI provide Phd programs and Executive Programs, both for short term and long term duration
Glimpse of our
Campus & Facilities
IAI has an extensive state-of-the-art setup and facilities for both research and academics. Dedicated computer labs connected with a high speed network and super computing power forms the backbone of the facility
High end terminals with super computing processing power are being installed in our Financial lab to facilitate complex real-time financial computing, almost in sync with the leading trading markets.
Rajeeva Laxman Karandikar
Director Designate, IAI
Professor Rajeeva Laxman Karandikar is a Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences and Indian National Science Academy. An M.Stat (1978) and PhD (1981) from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Calcutta, he was a postdoctoral research scholar at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.Read More
Bimal Kumar Roy
Honorary Chairman, Scientific Advisory Board-IAI
Professor Bimal Kumar Roy is the Honorary Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board of IAI. Presently the Chairman, National Statistical Commission in addition to being a Professor at Indian Statistical Institute, he was former Director of the institute.Read More
Visiting Scientist, IAI
Prof. Rana Barua has more than 30 years of experience in teaching and research in several areas like Descriptive Set Theory, Recursion Theory, Automata and cellular automata,DNA computing, Simple Voting Games and in Cryptography.Read More
Visiting Scientist, IAI
•Soumyo Moitra has extensive experience in modeling, research methodology, cybersecurity and data analytics. For the last several years, he has worked on research projects in a number of areas in cybersecurity developing metrics to measure network traffic patterns, modeling the vulnerabilities eco-system, and assessing potential weaknesses in network inventory of...Read More
Our CollaborationsView All
IAI will Inculcate a strong culture of collaboration – continual knowledge exchange through joint research projects, faculty exchange, student exchange with leading universities, research institutes and corporate entities of the world.
Currently we are offering a PhD program in collaboration with Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), India.
News & EventsView All
September 1, 2020
IAI has already started the online classes for one of its PhD program courses.
March 11, 2021
At present IAI is offering a PhD program in collaboration with Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute (RKMVERI), India. IAI's research focus currently includes: Cryptography and Cyber Security, Mathematical Applications and Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
June 28, 2021
The Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Law (SAIL), sponsored by TCG CREST along with Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, was a five-day, virtual event that aims to bring together experts from Industry and Academia to discuss the future of AI and Law.
June 29, 2021
The paper titled "Incorporating Domain Knowledge for Extractive Summarization of Legal Case Documents" has been awarded the Donald Berman Award for the Best Student Paper at ICAIL 2021. The research was partially sponsored by TCG CREST.
July 8, 2021
IAI, TCG CREST’s Ph.D student IAI, Arijit Shaw along with his collaborators from NUS won 2nd prize at the first Electronic Design Automation (EDA) Challenge.