The 36th Annual Conference of the Ramanujan Mathematical Society will be organized as virtual/Online presentations due to COVID-19 pandemic. The conference aims to provide a platform to the experts in Mathematical Sciences, participating from diverse fields to interact with researchers from their own fields and from other disciplines to strengthen their participatory network nationally and internationally. The conference is intended for three days (August 5-7, 2021) with Plenary Lectures, Invited talks, and Paper Presentations by young researchers in all areas of Pure and Applied Mathematics. The Conference will cover a broad range of topics in Mathematics.
The Ramanujan Mathematical Society (RMS), founded in 1985, has the main purpose of promoting Mathematics at all levels. From the year of inception, the Society has received immense support from mathematics fraternity both in India and abroad. Through its five publications: Journal of the RMS, Lecture Notes Series, Collected Works Series, Little Mathematical Treasures, and the Newsletter, the Society has been carrying out its unstinted efforts in the spread of Mathematics.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyappeetham (AMRITA), accredited with A Grade by NAAC, celebrates the first decade of service to the society and humanity. Under the inspiring and motivating leadership of the Divine Mother Mata Amritanandamayi Devi as chancellor, AMRITA is marching forward towards higher goals and accomplishments and scaling great heights of excellence. AMRITA was conferred the status of a University under “Section 3 of UGC Act 1956” by the Government of India in 2003. Amrita is spread over six campuses at Amritapuri, Bengaluru, Coimbatore, Chennai, Kochi and Mysore in three different states. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham offers over 150 undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programmes in twenty disciplines including Engineering, Management and Medicine. It has a student population around seventeen thousand and a faculty strength of two thousand.
Right from the inception research has been a very significant activity at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. The research activities at AMRITA are directed towards societal, humanitarian and community development and relief. Many centres of excellence have been started in cutting-edge areas with the support of major national laboratories, industry leaders and agencies. AMRITA is also a partner in the Indian government’s Ministry of Human Resource development’s National Mission for Education using Information and Communication Technology (ICT). AMRITA has also bagged or filed fifty major patents and inventions in the past few years. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed in 2005 with various US universities, some of which are ranked among the best universities in the world and has active tie-ups and collaborations with over 75 universities in USA, Europe, Australia, Japan etc. All these have made AMRITA one of the most sought after university by top ranking students from all parts of the country and abroad. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham was the youngest university to be awarded with an 'A' grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham has the unique distinction of being the nation’s first of its kind - fully interactive, multi-disciplinary, multi-media, virtual campus without geographical limitations, linking all its campuses. The satellite network has facilitated leading experts from around the world to have live academic interaction from a single centre in India to students, academicians and researchers at other campuses across the country.
The conference will be held at the Coimbatore Campus of the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham which is located in a serene village on the foothills of Western Ghats at Amritanagar, Ettimadai which is 20km away from Coimbatore.
The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 1994. The department offers the five-year Integrated M.Sc in Mathematics and in Data Science, Two-year M.Sc in Mathematics, Applied Statistics and Data Analytics and PhD programme. Also, department offers various Mathematics courses for B.Tech, M.Tech and other Programmes. The Department has been vigorously engaged in both research and teaching. The department has at present 33 faculty members who are all involved in research activities in the areas like, Graph Theory, Linear Algebra, Lie Algebra, Coding Theory, Functional Analysis, Fractal Theory, Regression Analysis, Differential Equations, Numerical Methods, Fluid Mechanics, Cryptography and Bio-Statistics.
The department organized several international conferences and workshops during 2004, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2018, 2019.
Most of our faculty members, by virtue of their expertise, are invited by other institutions to deliver invited lectures / key-note addresses, to be resource persons for FDP or STTP and to chair technical sessions in conferences and seminars
To promote research activities, the department organizes weekly seminars where the faculty members deliver lectures on a topic of their choice. The constructive discussions held during such presentations make the faculty members to keep themselves updated of the latest developments. These seminars also enable the junior faculty members to develop their teaching skills. The department also invites experts from premier institutes to deliver lectures and to interact with faculty members to promote collaborative research.
To give a platform to the students to manifest their Mathematical talents and to kindle their Mathematical quest, the Department has a student forum by the name “ANANTAM”, which organizes workshops, quiz programs and puzzle corners etc for student members. It also organizes intercollegiate competitions.
The conference will provide an opportunity for an interactive discussion with experts on research in all the areas of Mathematics. Original research papers are invited from Research Scholars, Academicians and Industrialists on Mathematics and its allied areas. Authors who want to present their research papers are invited to submit full paper in English no longer than 12 pages (preferably in Latex). Accepted papers are expected to be presented at the conference. All the research papers for the conference to be sent to the conference coordinator through e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Papers presented in the conference will be thoroughly referred by the conference editors and published in the form of Conference proceedings.
Selected papers (after full review process) will be published as a special issue in "The Journal of Analysis"
Dr. K. Somasundaram
Department of Mathematics,
School of Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham,
Ettimadai, Amritanagar - Post
Coimbatore - 641 112, Tamilnadu, Inda.
Mobile: +91 9443657545
RMS, IIT Madras, Chennai
RMS, CUSAT, Kochi.
|C. S. Aravinda
Bangalore, Secretary, RMS.
|K. S. Charak
University of Jammu, RMS.
Trichy, Treasurer, RMS.
|Prof. Sushil Gorai
|Prof. Bal Kaushik
|Prof. Aparna Lakshmanan
|Prof. M. T. Nair
|Prof. R. Thangadurai
HCRI, Allahabad ,
|Prof. Dilip P Patil
|Prof. Aravind Srinivasan
University of Maryland, USA
|Prof. Bimal Kumar Roy
|Prof. Rajeeva Laxman Karandikar
|Prof. Apoorva Khare
|Prof. Gurmeet Bakshi
|Prof. Chanchal Kumar
|Prof. M. A. Sofi
University of Kashmir
|Prof. Neeraj Kumar
|Prof. Pratulananda Das
|Prof. Tarun K. Das
|Prof. Zoltan Furedi
University of Illinois, USA