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Algorithms of Life and Window of Hope

Author Name: Purnendu Ghosh | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

Hope, mind and the spirit of man work when nothing works. When one doesn’t know what to do with his time, one does many things. One thinks of having an unknown companion. An unknown companion doesn’t flood you with what he knows. But you have the freedom to flood him with whatever you deem fit. You can write to him on ‘whenever-whatever’ basis. You can write to him in the true spirit of writing. You can write to him in a gloomy night to bring you moonlight. The author presents to the readers his occasional writings. It contains a few algorithms of life, and that includes the spirit of man, faith and health, psychological yoga, the wisdom of the third age. It’s about an unvanquished mind. The seemingly delinked write-ups have a common link with the author.

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Purnendu Ghosh

Purnendu Ghosh is the Executive Director of Birla Institute of Scientific Research, Jaipur, India. Prior to this, he was Professor at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and has also worked as Research Scientist at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland; University of Melbourne, Australia; National Research Centre for Biotechnology (GBF), Braunschweig, Germany. He has taken a lead role in augmenting engineering education and research in the country for nearly five decades. He is a Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) and has been conferred the Distinguished Professorship award of the INAE. He is the Vice President of INAE. He was the Founder-President of Biological Engineering Society and the Founder Editor-in-Chief of INAE LETTERS, a Springer-Nature Journal. He has written and edited a number of research papers, books and general interest articles in both the technical non-technical genres. He writes in English, Hindi and Bengali.