Mangalayatan University held a two day symposium on ‘Mathematical Modelling’ at its Aligarh campus. The symposium was organized by the Department of Applied Sciences & Engineering which was focused on exploring recent trends in the field of Mathematical Modelling. The symposium saw subject matter experts on the topic, from India and abroad, participating in the symposium.
On the first day of the symposium, the event was started with a lamp lighting ceremony. The opening ceremony of the Mathematics Symposium was graced by Mangalayatan University Vice Chancellor,Prof. KVSM Krishna. Prof. ArifSuhail delivered the welcome addresse and invited the guests for the two-day symposium.
Prof. PV Jain in his presidential address said that Mathematics is a subject which is directly related to people’s lives. It can help us solve several real-life problems with simple and effective solutions.
The symposium was graced by Prof. David Levine from Tel-Aviv University. In this address, Prof. Levine shared that there are several mathematical models that can be implemented to analyse and minimize impact of several major world problems. Apt use of mathematical models and it effective implementation can also help us not only to minimize such problems but also to solve them completely. He also shared that a few mathematical models have been developed keeping in mind the big problems and therefore they are well capable of solving them.
Prof. Rama Shankar from Asmara College Health Science, South Africa shared that several major surveys indicate that majority of people in the world do not recognize their personal desires. This leads to an unsatisfied and unhappy life for them. He said that there are some statistical techniques which emphasize the use of models that can help fulfil the desires in life.
Aligarh Muslim University's Mathematics Department Chairman,Prof.Kamarul Hassan Ansari also addressed the symposium. In his address, he said that real life is full of problems and people should employ mathematical models to solve them.
Prof. Khalil Ahmad from Al-Falah University, Faridabad also participated in the Mangalayatan University symposium. He said that use of wave form is very common in several technical fields and domains including in the field of networking and communication. He said that to help networking professionals, mathematical models can be employed to use wave form to create pictures. Prof. Kalimuddin Ahmed, fromAligarh Muslim University, in his address highlighted the uses and benefits of various mathematical techniques and models. Dr YasirSohail of the University of Connecticut, USA also shared his thoughts on use of mathematical models to highlight exchange of wave signals.
At the end of the two day symposium, organizing committee chairman Dr. Y.P. Singh delivered the vote of thanks and expressed his gratitude towards all the participants. The organizing committee for the Mathematics Symposium included Dr.Gurmeet Kaur, LeenaDruva, Dr.AftabAlam, Dr. Swati Agrawal, Soni Singh, Mohan Maheshwari, HirahDilshad. At the end of the event, all the participants were honoured with mementos. The event was also attended by University Registrar Ajit Singh, Prof.Jayantilal Jain, Prof.ShivajiSarkar, Prof.VikashKaushik, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, Dr. Manoj Rana, Prof.LalRatnakar, Mahesh Sharma, Dr.Poonam Rani, Dr. Rajiv Sharma, Gopal Rajput, Alisha Chaudhary, Shubhankar Roy, DebashishChakraborty, BilasPalke, UpgrityJadoon, Love Mittal, Mayank Jain and Mr.Mehndi.
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