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Recent Advances in Mathematical Methods, Models and Applications (RAMMMA)

The Lahore School of Economics hosted a two-day RAMMMMA conference on March 4th and 5th, 2023, which brought together prominent mathematicians and scientists from all over Pakistan. The conference aimed to promote research in mathematics and science and to provide a platform for researchers to exchange ideas and share their latest research findings.

The event began on Saturday, 4th March 2023 with an opening and welcome address by Dr. Shahid Amjad Chaudhry, Rector of the Lahore School of Economics. He expressed gratitude to the mathematicians and guests for their support and participation in the event. He also highlighted the development of a bachelor's program in mathematics and plans for a dedicated master's program at the Lahore School of Economics. He emphasized the importance of innovation and adopting new technologies in learning, citing the success of the data analytics degree program. He also spoke about the significance of sharing knowledge and learning collaboratively with field experts. Finally, he discussed the current economic situation and the importance of allowing markets to develop without strict regulation.

The first day of the programme saw a number of fascinating presentations by experts in various fields of mathematics. The first talk of the conference on 4th March 2023, was presented by Ismat Beg, a mathematician at the Lahore School of Economics, spoke on the topic of the “Core of a Convex Mixture Set and Convex Functions”. Zain Ul Abadin Zafar, from the University of Central Punjab, presented his research on the “Fractional-Order Dynamics of Human Papillomavirus”, while F.D. Zaman, from the Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences, discussed “Nonlinear Elastic Waves in Hyperelasticity”. Other presentations on the first day included Mujahid Abbas from the Government College University, who spoke about “Asymptotic Regularity Property and Enrichment of Operators on a Normed Space with Applications”, and Muhammad Arshad Zia from the International Islamic University, Islamabad, who presented his research on “Existence Theorems for the (Ψ, Φ)-Orthogonal Interpolative Contractions”. Muhammad Sharif also gave a talk on "Compact Objects in Modified Gravity". The day concluded with presentations on various other topics including numerical and optical soliton solutions of stochastic Gross-Pitaevskii equation in dispersive media, reliable numerical analysis for stochastic reaction-diffusion systems, and a clustering algorithm based on fuzzy decision making.

The second day of the programme, Sunday 5th March 2023, also featured a range of presentations on topics such as certain energies of graphs for Dutch windmill and double-wheel graphs, the Ekeland variational principle and some of its equivalents on a weighted graph, completeness and OSC property, and dynamical instability of stellar structure. Other presentations on the second day included research on modified picture fuzzy average aggregation operators with priority roles of stakeholders in implementation of Education 4.0, linear diophantine fuzzy optimization methods and models, and computationally efficient optimal control analysis of coronavirus pandemic models.

The event ended with presentations by Dr. Asghar Qadir, an HEC distinguished professor, on the “Complex Connections between Special Functions, Symmetry Analysis and Singularity Analysis”, and Aamina Jamshaid from the Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences, who spoke about “Distributional Representation for Special Functions”, as well as Hina Munir Dutt from the National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad, who presented on “Complex Symmetry Analysis”.

The Conference participants expressed their satisfaction with the quality and diversity of the presentations. It provided a platform for researchers to present their latest findings and to network with other researchers in their fields. The Lahore School of Economics hopes to continue hosting such conferences in the future to promote research and development in mathematics and science in Pakistan.

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/06/2023 12:30:00 PM,

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