Sudharsana VI

Dr. Sudharsana V Iyengar

Assistant Professor

As a Ph.D. in Physics with a keen interest in theoretical physics, mathematical modeling, ecology, and coding, I have a strong understanding of fundamental laws of the universe and experience in theoretical physics research. I am proficient in mathematical modeling techniques and experienced in applying them to ecological systems. I am skilled in coding and content creation, with expertise in machine learning, data analytics, deep learning, and computer vision. Additionally, I am an effective science communicator, able to convey complex scientific concepts to diverse audiences.

UGC NET qualified All India Rank 64

JEST 2009 All India Rank 49, 99th percentile

GATR 2010 — 92nd percentile


  • B.Sc. Physics

    University of Madras

  • M.Sc. Physics

    University of Madras

  • M.Phil. Theoretical Physics

    University of Madras

  • Ph.D. Physics

    University of Hyderabad


Total Years of Experience: 9+ years

Training Experience

  • Python
  • Machine learning
  • SQL
  • Statistics

Research Interest:

Theoretical Physics, Computations, Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning

National Conference Papers

  • Balakrishnan, J.A.N.A.K.I., Iyengar, S.V. and Kurths, J.Ü.R.G.E.N., 2017. Missing cycles: Effect of climate change on population dynamics. In Ind. Acad. Sci. Conf. Series (Vol. 1, pp. 93 – 99).

International Journal Papers

  • Iyengar, S.V., Balakrishnan, J. and Kurths, J., 2016. Impact of climate change on larch budmoth cyclic outbreaks. Scientific reports, 6(1), p.27845.
  • Iyengar, S.V. and Balakrishnan, J., 2018. The q‑deformed Tinkerbell map. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 28(11), p.113102.
  • Iyengar, S.V., Balakrishnan, J. and Kurths, J., 2016. Co-existence of periodic bursts and death of cycles in a population dynamics system. Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, 26(9), p.093111.

Books / Chapter Published

  • Iyengar, S.V. and Balakrishnan, J., 2014. q‑deformations and the Dynamics of the Larch Bud-moth Population Cycles. In Nature’s longest threads: New Frontiers in the Mathematics and Physics of Information in Biology (pp. 65 – 80).

Advisory board member (Honorary positions)

  • Skill — Lync Chennai
  • Sandip University, Department of Computer Science
  • Won the 2023 Flipbook Mini hack coding challenge conducted by Mathworks.
  • Won helping hands title at Skill Lync for efficiently managing a team of 34.


  • Journal of Biological Systems
  • Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology
  • Asian Journal of Education and Social studies

  • MRSI (Materials Research Society of India)

    Life Member