21st-22nd NOVEMBER 2020
Till 15th November, 2020
School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, University of Newcastle, Australia
School of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of St. Andrews, UK
Department of Mathematics,
Hamilton College, New York, USA
Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies, FAMNIT
University of Primorska, Slovenia
Registration is free. It is open to faculty members, researchers and research scholars. E-certificates(participation/paper presentation) will be provided to the registered participants/presenters on successful completion of the Conference. Program schedule and the link for the Conference will be emailed to all the registered participants prior to the event.
Call for Papers for Presentation
All Academicians/ Researchers/ Research Scholars are invited to submit original research papers on Algebraic Graph Theory and related topics. Paper presenters should register for the Conference and submit the paper using the submission link given below. The decision will be communicated to the corresponding email id. The paper presenter has to present the paper through Google Meet for 15 minutes. There will be no printed or electronic proceedings of the conference.
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WELCOME TO OUR DEPARTMENT
The Department of Mathematics of Presidency University is one of the oldest in the country, having, started functioning since the foundation of Hindu College (then the name of the University) in 1817. In keeping with its tradition of academic excellence and the achievements of its illustrious alumni, the department is poised towards developing its teaching and research initiatives further. The department is well equipped with resources such as a seminar library for the students and MathSciNet for the researchers.
The courses offered by the department are as follows: three years B. Sc, two years M. Sc, GenEd /GE Course (for the Students with major subject other than Mathematics), PhD. After the formation of the University, undergraduate syllabus was thoroughly revised from the academic year 2015-2016 and the revision of postgraduate syllabus has been done on 2017-2018. The department has initiated its Ph. D. programme from November 2018.
OUR NOTABLE ALUMNI
Nikhil Ranjan Sen
Satyendra Nath Bose