The Lahore School of Economics, Department of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences hosted, “Twelfth Conference on Recent Advances in Mathematical Methods, Models and Applications (RAMMMA17)”, on 8-9 April, 2017, at the Lahore School’s Burki Campus, Amjad Chaudhry Library.
The goal of this conference was to bring together mathematicians and users of mathematics to talk to each other, to transfer problems, ideas and methods from one community to the other, so as to enhance progress in understanding. The "RAMMMA" tradition has these key features: the number of participants is usually bounded above by 70 with a mix of pure and applied interests; there are no parallel sessions so that all participants focus on each presentation and fully engage in each topic; and there is ample time for discussion of each presentation. The areas of interest of this conference were (but not limited to): Basic axioms; Mathematical modeling of systems in applied sciences; Big data; Queuing theory; Financial mathematics; mathematical biology.
Prof. Dr. Ismat Beg is the pioneer of this tradition which has not only contributed to the ongoing research in Pakistan but has also brought together many researchers, mathematicians and students.
On the first day of the conference, in his opening address, Dr. Shahid Amjad Chaudhry, the Rector Lahore School of Economics, said, “It is interesting to me because for the first time we have a conference which has a representation from almost every part of Pakistan that is quite unbelievable. We are fortunate to have mathematicians here from Peshawar, from Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad we are very grateful to you. This event is historical opportunities for mathematicians in Pakistan where we can have a mathematical conference (RAMMMA) emerge as a keystone of longevity in Pakistan.”
The conference started with Dr. Ismat Beg from Center for Mathematics and Statistical Sciences, Lahore School of Economics. He gave a very interesting talk on, “A fuzzy similarity measure”. This talk ended with an engaging discussion between researchers working in the field of Fuzzy Preference Relations. Second speaker of the day was Mohammad Asghar Ali working in the Department of Mathematics in University of Lahore. He talked about “Numerical Analysis of an SEIR Epidemic Model with the Effect of Time Delay”. Mushal Zia from University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore came next and spoke about “In Silico Modeling of Carcinoma Reversion Using Virtual Cell”. Prof. Dr. Asghar Qadir gave a very interesting talk on “Exact Linearization of Nonlinear Ordinary Differential Equations.”
The second day of the Conference resumed with presentation on Numerical Modeling of Transmission Dynamics of HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C Virus Co-infection” by Muhammad Rafiq, Faculty of Engineering, University of Central Punjab, Lahore. The next was given on “Nonstationary Ternary Subdivision Schemes originated from hyperbolic B-spline” by Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqi of University of Central Punjab, Lahore
Prof. Dr. Mujahid Abbas of Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, University of Pretoria, South Africa gave an extensive insight on Existence of Fixed point of Edelstein-Suzuki type multivalued strict contractions on b-metric spaces and best approximation theory.
Dr. Ghaus ur Rehman of University of Swat shed some light on Multi-term Fractional Differential Equations in Abstract Spaces, followed by a topic on Intutionistic Fuzzy BCK-Module by Dr. Sidra Nasim, Department of Mathematics, University of Sargodha, Women Campus, Faisalabad.
Dr. Muhammad Awais Umar, Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences, Government College University spoke about H-Antimagicness of Cartesian Product of Graphs. The topic for the last talk was Local Bezout Inequalities given by Mr. Azeem Khadam, ASSMS, Lahore and MLU Halle-Wittenberg. Conference Closing Remarks were Given by Mr. Azeem Khadam, Dr. Mujahid Abbas and finally by Prof. Dr. Ismat Beg.
Labels: Annual Conference, CMSS, Lahore School, Mathematical Methods, RAMMMA, Research
posted by S A J Shirazi @ 4/11/2017 01:13:00 PM,
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