Dec 19, 2009
Center for Computational Engineering and Networking , Coimbatore
 

Thirteen papers from the Computational Chemistry Group of Computational Engineering and Networking (CEN) were accepted for presentation at the National Symposium on Mathematical Methods and Applications (NSMMA-09).
 

NSMMA-09Being organized to celebrate the birth anniversary of the gifted Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, the Symposium will bring together renowned mathematicians and researchers from reputed institutions worldwide at IITM-Chennai on December 22, 2009.
 

Srinivasa Ramanujan is known for his substantial contributions to mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series and continued fractions. “An equation means nothing to me unless it expresses a thought of God,” this genius is said to have often remarked.
 

Incidentally, most Amrita papers accepted for presentation are authored by undergraduate and graduate students. They will present the papers alongside Professors, Lecturers and Research Associates from several universities, whose papers have also been accepted.
 

“The contributing students are from CEN and the Departments of Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,” proudly remarked Krishnan Namboori P. K. of CEN who guided the student groups.
 

Paper details and abstracts are included below:

1. Dineshkumar J., Sruthy Anna Cherry, Vasavi C. S., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Dynamics of T Cell Infection by HIV; A Mathematical Model
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2. Karthik V. S., Anjitha P. S., Vasavi C.S., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Stochastic Model for Agricultural Production Networks
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3. Shafi K., Saju Joseph, Premkumar P., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, A Mathematical Model for Bacterial Chemotaxis
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4. Krace Kumar, Radhika Devi R., Varun Gopal K., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Mathematical Model Exploring the Role of Immune Responses in the Rise of Drug-resistant Mutants in Vivo
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5. Vimal M., Deepankumar P., Sriram Ramakrishnan, Vasavi C. S., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Mathematical Model for Viral Dynamics – To Study the Dependence of Viral Parameter Estimates on the Assumed Viral Life Cycle
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6. Giridharan K., Divya B., Premkumar P., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Mathematical Modeling of Singlet Oxygen in Photodynamic Therapy Used for Cancer Treatment
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7. Bhuvanesh M., Vrinda Harisankar, RadhaGayathri K. U., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Gene Drive in Age-Structured Insect Population
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8. Shruthi R., Divya P., Preethi R., Bharath Parimalam, Radha Gayathri K. U., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Mathematical Models of Human Preimplantation Embryo Development
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9. Vishnu Nair M., Prasanth M., Gurunathan Ganesan, Varun Gopal K., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Dependance of ‘Production Conditions’ on Quality of Butadine Rubber – A Machine Learning Approach Using SVM (Support Vector Machine)
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10. Leela Mohit Chivkula, Lakshmi Narayanan Subramanian,Varun Gopal K., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Mathematical Model for the In-Host Dynamics of Malaria
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11. Sathishkumar B., Sankaranarayanan A., Suresh Kumar Ayyalusamy, Premkumar P., Krishnan Namboori P. K., Mathematical Model for Estimating the Total Parasite Load in Malaria Patients
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12. Sathyamoorthy S., Barani Dharan M., Prinu Narayanan, Premkumar P., Krishnan Namboori, Joshi C. Haran, Mathematical Modeling of Metal Processing
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13. Srihari S., Shilpa S., RadhaGayathri K. U. , Krishnan Namboori P. K., Deepa Gopakumar, Controlled Drug Delivery – A Mathematical Modeling
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