International virtual conference
Progress in Mathematics towards Industrial Applications
The International virtual Conference on “Progress in Mathematics towards Industrial Applications” was organized by the Department of Mathematics, SRM Institute of Science & Technology, Ramapuram campus, on 29th and 30th October 2021.
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: 29th October 2021
Time: 09.30 AM
Prof. Daniel Breaz
Rector of “December the 1st 1918” University from Alba Iulia,
Senator of Alba County, Member of the Media and Culture Commission of the Romanian Senate,
Minister of Culture and National Identity, Romania.
The conference commenced on 29th October at 9.30 A.M with the inaugural function by invocation and lighting of the lamp. Dr. Shakeela Sathish, Head of the Department and Convener of the conference, welcomed the gathering and briefed about the conference.
Dean (E&T) in his felicitation address said that the use of Mathematical techniques gives a competitive advantage to industry by suggesting innovative interdisciplinary approaches. He congratulated the Department of Mathematics for organizing such knowledge sharing sessions.
Prof. Daniel Breaz during his inaugural address expressed that knowledge has become the main wealth of nations, companies and people. Hence, investing in research, innovation and education is now the key-leverage for competitiveness and prosperity. At the heart and foundation of this challenge, mathematics plays a crucial role as it provides a logically coherent framework to industry and a universal language for the analysis, simulation, optimization, and control of industrial processes.
Director, Ramapuram campus in his presidential address explicitly interpreted the cultural, historical similarities between India and Romania. He expressed that, researchers in academia and industry must adapt their mentalities to the different mathematical and scientific domains they interact with, and disseminate best practices.
The respectable Chairman of Ramapuram and Trichy campuses has honored the conference by releasing the conference proceedings.
The Resource persons were
- 1. Prof. Md. Haider Ali Biswas
Science Engineering and Technology School,
Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh
Optimal Control Approach for Modeling Smart Manufacturing and Sustainable Management in the Industry
- Prof. Ismail Naci Cangul
Uludag University, Turkey
Omega Invariant and Its Properties
- Prof. Peter Jephson Cameron
School of Mathematics and Statistics,
North Haugh, St.Andrews University, United Kingdom
Synchronizing Automata, de Bruijn Graphs and Applications
- Prof. Gnana Bhaskar Tenali
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Florida Institute of Technology,
Differential Equations in Industrial Applications
- Prof. Sudesh K Srivastav
Department of Biostatistics and Data Science,
New Orleans, LA, USA
A New Look of Bootstrap Method
- Prof. D. Datta
Former Scientist, H+ BARC, Mumbai
Physics inspired vs Nature Inspired Optimization Algorithms with Applications
- Prof. Shaomin Wu
Professor in Business /Applied Statistics,
University of Kent,
The Geometric Process and its Variants
There was an overwhelming response from participants. Every session was attended by faculty members and research scholars from all over the world.
More than 150 papers were received. Out of that selected 125 papers were presented at the conference in the parallel sessions and are published in the conference proceedings with ISBN number.
During the valedictory function VP Academic, congratulated the Department of Mathematics for successfully conducting the International virtual conference and appreciated the efforts taken by the department in setting high benchmark for any international conference.
As a note of appreciation, the guest of honour of the inaugural function, Prof. Daniel Breaz graced the valedictory function also. He encouraged the Mathematics community to explore ways of stimulating and intensifying the collaboration between Mathematics and industry.
During the feedback session, Prof. Datta, former Scientist, BARC Mumbai, appreciated the Department and insisted that the Mathematics community and industry should work together on real opportunities in applications to benefit the mankind.
Dr. K. Bhavani, one of the coordinators briefed the Conference report.
Dr. R. Srinivasan, one of the coordinators, proposed the vote of thanks.
The participants had a very productive interactive session with the guest speakers followed by question – answer session. The intensive exposure to the subject, elaborative 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 collaborating with industry.