Student Activity-Mathema 2018

Mathematics is applied in technology, engineering, media, medicine, finance, business, science, nature, sports etc. The Association of Mathematics “Fractal” of  Department of Mathematics, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ramapuram, conducted three days Math Fest“Mathema 2018” from 2nd April 2018 to 4th April 2018. The purpose of conducting Mathema – 2018 is to enhance the…

Guest Lecture – Relation between linear maps and matrices

Linear algebra is a branch of mathe maticsthatis widely used through out science and engineering as it allows to model natural phenomena and to compute them efficiently.Linear algebra is concerned primarily with mathematical systems of a particular type(called vector spaces), functions of a particular type(called linear mappings), and the algebraic representation of such functions by…

National Conference – 2018

2nd National Conference on Recent trends in Fuzzy Mathematics and its Applications (NCRTFMA – 2018) Since its inception in 1965, the theory of Fuzzy Mathematics has advanced in a variety of ways and in many disciplines. Over these fifty two years, interest in the field of Fuzzy Mathematics has grown exponentially, bringing some new theoretical…

Machine Learning Workshop-Imagine Artificial

Date  : 7th Mar 2020 Venue:  SRMIST, Ramapuram-BMS Block 5th floor (503) Faculty Coodinators: Dr. SenthilSelvi, Mrs.Surya, Mrs.Bennila, Dr.Shiny The Department of Computer Science and Engineering of SRM Institute of Science and Technology,Ramapuram as a part of their annual technical fest, Texus 2020, organised a workshop on Machine Learning (Imagine Artificial) on March 7th 2020.…

Ramanujan Day Celebration – 2018

Srinivasa Ramanujan’s work has had a fundamental role in the development of modern mathematics. The Department of Mathematics, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Ramapuram Campus celebrated Ramanujan Day on 04th January 2019. Guest Lectures by Dr. K.C. Sivakumar, Professor, Department of Mathematics, IIT Madras and Dr. Mathew C. Francis, Assistant Professor, Computer Science Unit,…

Digital Image Processing and Programming Club (DIPC)

Since it’s inception, the club had been imparting latest information and upcoming trends on image processing and programming domain. The club has organized a number of activities like quizzes, seminars and many other events that has received appreciation from both college and students. The club has an inherent core member count of nearly 10-12 enthusiastic…