The Center for Creative Learning is engaged in research on topics in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Education with some of the most creative and curious individuals in India, who are alumni of ITIs, IITs, TISS, University of Lincoln- UK, UC Berkeley & Stanford University and affiliated with the Royal Society of Chemistry among others. Research on Phenomena and Non-intuitive models and joyous toys, which may not solve real-world issues but have a fascinating basis etc.
CCL is committed to an excellent Summer Research Internship Program as well, the output of which enriches all our offerings. Explore projects below!
We are also interested in the following questions:
How does a cycle balance itself?
Why is there no formula for the circumference of an ellipse?
How can we make a portrait with pentominoes?
Questions that keep us going
How do we empower 50,000+ children to tinker with science?
Engagement in Online STEM Learning: a Case Study of 3030-STEM. ACM Compute, 2020.
Sorting Algorithm and Logical Reasoning with Punched Cards. CTiS 2022: Annual Computational Thinking in Schools conference by CS Pathshala
Computational Thinking based on Geometry of Vegetables: A case study of 3030 STEM program episode. CTiS 2021: Annual Computational Thinking in Schools conference by CSPathshala.
Joint Mathematical Meetings, Boston, USA: Two exhibits of CCL - Geodesic dome made out of bamboo and Sine/Triangular wave cars were shortlisted in the Joint Mathematical Meetings 2023 conference held at Boston, USA from Jan 4-7, 2023. JMM is among the biggest mathematics conferences in the world. The CCL exhibits were showcased in the Art Gallery area of the conference.
"Mathematical Impressions on Sand: A Hands-on Visual Approach to Geometry & Trigonometry" presentation at the fourth annual conference of the Mathematical Teachers’ Association (India)
SRIP 2022: A model that accurately shows the rotation and angular alignment of the Sun, the Earth and the Moon.
Cycles of many kinds
SRIP 2023: Polymino Letters
Albert Michealson’s Harmonic Analyser