Department of Mathematics
The Department strives to explore new and emerging transdisciplinary knowledge domains relevant to societal benefits and sustainable development goals such as Human-Nature interaction and Artificial Intelligence. Some frontier areas in which the faculty has reputed publications include Complex Systems Modeling, Statistical Learning, Minimal Surfaces, and Mathematical Finance. The Department's engagement with these emerging learning paradigms promotes novel dimensions to our research focus that transcends to the Doctoral program, which has these as thrust areas, in addition to modern regions of Functional Analysis, Algebra, Optimization, and Geometry.
The Department was conferred the DST-FIST grant in 2015 for setting up a Departmental Research Computer Lab and a dedicated Department Library. In addition to organizing the National Conference in Complex Networks and workshops in Zero Mean Curvature, the Department has been regularly hosting critical national conferences and schools, such as the Annual Foundational School and Advanced Instructional School, organized by the National Board of Higher Mathematics.
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Using functional analysis, operator theory, frame theory, harmonic analysis, matrix analysis, function theory, and dynamical systems, research is conducted on positive semi-definite matrices and...