By Joe Philip Ninan. Having graduated from the Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics in TIFR, he is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the Dept. of Astronomy in The Pennsylvania State University, USA, trying to develop a spectrometer which can detect earth-like planets by being sensitive enough to detect the tug on the host star within the speed of a crawling baby (25 cm/sec).
By Kshitij Gajjar. Other than algorithms, combinatorics and graph theory, he takes interests in (solving) puzzles, quizzing and trekking.
By Debdutta Paul (webpage). He dabbles in poetry and music, loves to travel and talk to new people, and occasionally rant about his experiences. These days he divulges his enthusiasm to long-distance running.
By Sivasudhan R, a JRF in DCS. He pokes proteins for research purposes and irritates his colleagues with Carnatic music.
By Suhail Sherif. He is a student of Computer Science and Improv.