20th Annual Conference
20th Annual Conference of Vijñāna Parishad of India
Mathematical Sciences and Scientific Computing for Industrial Development
November 24-26, 2017
Department of Mathematics and Statistics Manipal University Jaipur, India
20th Annual Conference of Vijñāna Parishad of India on Mathematical Sciences and Scientific Computing for Industrial Development (MSSCID-2017) with International Symposium on Probabilistic Models & Application of Special Functions” was organised during November 24-26, 2017. This three days Conference was organized in the premises of Manipal University Jaipur in association with Vijñāna Parishad of India. This Conference was sponsored by Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), India and Department of Science & Technology, Government of Rajasthan.
The aim of this conference is to provide a common platform for academicians and researchers to showcase their work and to promote interdisciplinary research. Experts in the field of Computer Science, Fundamental Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Geology, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Industrial & Manufacturing Technology, Nanotechnology, and Transportation and beyond this enlightened with recent developments in the domain.
The conference was inaugurated with lamp lighting and garlanding ceremony of Maa Saraswati. The inaugural function was attended by Chief Guest Prof. A.K. Pujari, Vice Chancellor, Central University, Rajasthan; Prof. Sandeep Sancheti, Vice Chancellor, Manipal University Jaipur; Prof. B. K. Sharma, Dean R & I; Prof. G. C. Tikkiwal, Dean FoS; Prof. Madhu Jain, IIT Rorkee, President, VPI; Dr. R. C. S. Chandel, Secretary, VPI; Prof. A. K. Sinha, Director, FoS; Prof.J. N. Singh, Barry University, Miami Shores, FL; with other eminent dignitaries as Prof. K. C. Gupta, Jaipur; Prof. G. C. Sharma, Agra; Prof. P.R. Sharma, Jaipur; Prof. A.P. Singh, Central University, Rajasthan; Prof. S.P. Goyal, Jaipur etc. The inaugural ceremony was preceded with the felicitation of honourable dignitaries.
Prof. G. C.Tikkiwal, Dean FoS, began the session by welcoming all the participants and guests. After that Prof. B.K. Sharma Dean R & I briefed about the research activities of the university. Founder Secretary of VPI Prof. R. C. Singh Chandel and Dr. Madhu Jain, Conference Chair & VPI President enlightened the audience about the society. The Honorable Chief Guest Prof. A. K. Pujari, Vice Chancellor, Central University, Rajasthan considered as a doyen in his field of specialization in Computers, very nicely explained the fact that how each and every discipline is incomplete without mathematics and it is very easy to understand it without fear. Prof. Sandeep Sancheti, VC Manipal University Jaipur stressed on the need of such conferences and appreciated the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for organizing the conference. The souvenir of the conference and research journal Jñānābha of VPI were released in the inaugural function. Inaugural session was concluded by Dr. Anamika Jain, Organizing secretary of MSSCID 2017, who gave vote of thanks and expressed her gratitude to everyone for being part of this grand intellectual gathering.
The inaugural session was followed by the Presidential and Key Note Addresses of Dr. Madhu Jain on "Stochastic Modeling of Software Embedded Fault Tolerant System", and Prof. G.C. Sharma on “Effects of Heat, Mass and Density on conjugate during two step chemotherapy of cancer”.
In the next technical session Prof. A. P. Singh spoke on “Recent Developments on Escaping Sets of Transcendental Entire Functions’. Invited Speakers Dr. Rakhee, BITS, Pilani delivered talk on “Mathematical Modelling and Analysis of Fractional Guard Channel Scheme with Buffer for Cellular Mobile Network. After that Dr. Ram Singh, BGSB University Rajouri, delivered his invited talk on Mathematical Modeling on Malaria which was followed by parallel paper reading sessions during which research papers were presented on different topics: operation research, fluid dynamics, optimization, special functions, statistics etc.. These sessions were chaired by Prof. A.P.Singh, Prof. S.C. Agrawal and Dr. R.C.S. Chandel.
The first day was ended with a cultural event in the evening.
Day 2, 25 Nov. 2017 Second day of Conference
On second day of the conference, morning session was started with the invited talk of Prof. Ajay Singh from Aryyabhata Knowledge University, Patna on “cyber crime” which was chaired by Prof J.N. Singh from Barry University, USA. After that Prof. S.C. Agrawal, Ex-Head Dept of Mathematics, Merrut University, Merrut, delivered his very basic and informative talk on “Fluid dynamics”, which was followed by talk by Prof. Virender Kumar from Dept. of Applied Mathematics, Pukyong national University, Busan, South Korea and various research papers were presented by participants.
After tea break of 15 minutes:
Two parallel sessions were held in two rooms and were chaired by Dr. Ram Singh. Dept of Mathematics, BGSB University Rajorui (J&K) and other by Dr. Ajay Kumar, form IIIT-Gwalior. Total 40 papers were presented in the two sessions.
After a lunch break of 1 hour
Post lunch session was started with “Prof. J. N. Kapoor Memorial lecturer” which was delivered by Prof. C. K. Jaggi, Department of OR, Delhi University, and chaired by Prof. A.P. Singh. Central University Rajasthan.
In the evening session, papers were presented for Best paper presentation awards. Total 19 research were presented under three categories in two parallel sessions: Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, and Interdisciplinary mathematical. Presenters were from different places as D. A-V. (P. G.) College Kanpur, IIT Roorkee, PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh, JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur, Coimbatore Institute of Technology Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Dwarka, Delhi, BGSB University, Rajouri, Govt. Engineering College, Bikaner etc.. Presentations were judged by eminent Mathematicians from India and abroad.
Day 3, 26 Nov. 2017 Third day of Conference
Session began with the invited talk of Prof. J.N. Singh from University of Barry, FL, USA on “An interior point method to solve a LPP” and was chaired by Prof. G.C. Sharma, Prof and Ex-Head Dept of Mathematics, Agra University. After that Prof. P.C. Jha, Head, Dept of OR, Delhi University delivered his talk on “Planning for promotion by default medium” and third talk was given by Prof. C. K. Jaggi from Dept of OR, Delhi University.
After tea break of 15 minutes:
Plenary talk was delivered by Prof. Madhu Jain, Dept of Mathematics, IIT Roorkee during International Symposium on “Probabilistic models of embedded system” which by Chaired by Prof. J.N. Singh, Barry University, USA. Next invited talk was given on the topic “Meta-heuristic approach for optimal inventory control” by Dr. Chander Shekar, Dept of Mathematics, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan. The next talk was by Dr. Kalpna Sharma, Dept of Mathematics and Statistics, Manipal University, Jaipur on the topic “Unsteady MHD flow”. Next paper was presented by Dr. Sudheer Kumar Sharma of Nikhil Institute on Stochastic Model for HIV infection which was followed by Dr. Virender Kumar, Head, Dept of Statistics, Central University of Rajasthan on "Bayesian interface of multiple structural breaks".
The last session was chaired by Dr. Anil Sharma, Head, Dept of Mathematics, University of Rajasthan wherein Dr. Parveen kumar Agrawal on "Entropy analysis in Queuing theory", Dr Anamika Jain on "Overview on Matrix Geometric method for performance of modeling of Queuing theory" delivered their talks after that following papers were presented: Ms. Ruchi Koushik Sharma on “R-Complex Finsler Spaces”, Mr. Rajveer Singh on “Queueing theory”, Dr. Devender Singh on Divergence and many more.
The "BEST PAPER PRESENTATION AWARD TO YOUNG SCIENTIST" were given to the following young scientists:
Surya Kant Rai, Department of Mathematics, DAV (PG) College, Kanpur, UP, India
Palak, Department of Mathematics, IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Shivani Kumari, Rashika, Department of Mathematics, IIT Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India
Conference Photo Album
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About the Department
Department of Mathematics and Statistics was established from inception of MUJ. Now it has grown to strength of more than 25 faculty members and 25 research scholars. The faculty provides quality education, promotes research activities in core and allied areas of Mathematics and Statistics. The vision of the department is not only to transform young people to become competent and motivated professionals but also to contribute to the development of the country through research, consultancy and training activities. Department of Mathematics and Statistics had also been actively organized four National Workshops and one Faculty development program. Department has also organized 25th International Conference ‘IMSCT 2016’, FIM in the month of December 2016.
Jaipur is the capital and the largest city of the Indian state of Rajasthan in Northern India. It was founded on 18 November 1726 by Maharaja Jai Singh II, the ruler of Amer after whom the city is named. Jaipur is also known as the Pink City of India. Jaipur is located 260 km (162 miles) from the Indian capital New Delhi. Jaipur forms a part of the west Golden Triangle tourist circuit along with Agra (240 km, 149 mi). Jaipur is a popular tourist destination in India and serves as a gateway to other tourist destinations in Rajasthan. The month of November is mild and pleasant, with average temperatures ranging from 28–30 °C (82–86 °F) and with little or no humidity and cold waves lead to temperatures near freezing.
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Dr. Anamika Jain
Organizing Secretary, MSSCID-2017 Department of Mathematics and Statistics Manipal University Jaipur
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