The International Conference on “Progress in Mathematics towards Industrial Applications(Hybrid Mode)” was organized by the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Engineering and technology, SRM Institute of Science & Technology, Ramapuram, Chennai, India on 27th and 28th October 2023.
It was aimed to promote interaction between academy and industry, leading to innovation in both fields and providing unique opportunity to discuss the latest ideas, problems and methodologies, and contributing to the advancement of science and technology to benefit the society.
Date : 27th October 2023
Time: 09.30 AM – 10.00 AM
Venue : Gallery Hall 1, Block V
Prof. Shaomin Wu
Kent Business School
University of Kent, UK
The conference commenced with the inaugural function on 27th October at 9.30 A.M. with invocation song and lighting of lamp. The Head of the Department and Convener of the conference, welcomed the gathering and gave an brief outline of the Conference.
Dean (E&T) in his felicitation address said that wide use of Mathematics in industry is backbone of many queries which require immediate and direct solution. He congratulated the Department of Mathematics for organizing such programme in hybrid mode for better exchange of ideas.
Chief Director in his Presidential Address mentioned that, researchers in engineering and industrial field must update themselves with new mathematical methods by applying them.
Prof. Shaomin Wu in his inaugural address, expressed that Mathematics is key for unlocking all the engineering and industrial activities and it provides a systematic framework to explore better ways for development and upgradation of industrial analysis.
Prof. D. Datta, former Scientist H+, BARC, honoured the conference by releasing the Conference Proceedings.
Eminent resource persons from all over the globe were invited as speakers to have a fruitful discussion and to share the knowledge among participants.
1.Prof. TIELING ZHANG
School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronics and Biomedical Engineering University of Wollongong. Australia
Reliability Data Modelling using Weibull Models
2.Prof. NOR HANIZA SARMIN.
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia, Malaysia.
The Emergence of DNA Splicing in Industrial Applications
3.Prof. PETR KOVAR
Department of Applied Mathematics, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava,
An Application of Complete Graph Decomposition in Parallel Computing
4. Prof. YILIU LIU
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Norwegian University of Science & Technology. Norway
Probability Methods for Performance Analysis of Safety – Critical Systems
5. Prof. N. L. BRAHA
Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences Faculty of Natural Science & Mathematics, Prishtina, Republic of Kosova
Voronovskaya type theorems and some applications
6.Prof. D. DATTA
Former Scientist H+
BARC Mumbai, India
An Overview of Fuzzy c-mean and Its Application to detect Breast Cancer
7. Prof. NACHIKETA MISHRA
Indian Institute of Information Technology Design and Manufacturing Kancheepuram. India
Eigenvalue Problems for Tensors: Unveiling their Data Analysis Relevance
8. Prof. ALESSANDRO CALAMAI
Department of Mathematics Pelytechnic University Marche, Ancona, Italy
Birkhoff-Kellogg Type Results in Affine Cones with Applications
9.Prof. XIAOGANG CHE
Department of Economics, City University of London, UK
Optimal Selling Mechanisms with Endogenous Seller Outside Offers and Termination Fees . More than 150 research papers were received. Out of which selected 125 papers were presented at the conference in 3 parallel sessions and are published in the conference proceedings.
During the valedictory function VP Academic, congratulated the Department of Mathematics for successfully conducting the International conference and appreciated the efforts taken by the department in setting high benchmark for any international conference. The guest of honour of the Valedictory function, Prof. Daniel Breaz, Rector of “1 Decembrie 1918 University”, Alba Iulia, Romania, encouraged the Mathematics community to explore ways of stimulating and intensifying the collobaration between Mathematics and industry.
Dr.R. Srinivasan Coordinator of the conference, briefed the Conference report and Dr. J. Saral proposed the vote of thanks.The participants had a very productive interactive sessions with the guest speakers followed by question – answer session.The intensive exposure to the subject, elobarative presentations and discussions led by globally renowned multiple experts; renewed the motivation of the participants. Overall , the conference was very successful and opened new avenues for the participants in collorating with industry.