VC urged mathematicians to find solutions of real life problems

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Faridabad Hindustan ab tak/Dinesh Bhardwaj : 28 January Vice Chancellor of J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad, Prof. Dinesh Kumar today urged the students and researchers of core mathematics to share their knowledge with technocrats and engineers to find solutions of real life problems.
Vice Chancellor Prof. Dinesh Kumar was addressing the inaugural session of a two-day workshop on ‘Mathematical Modeling and Simulation’ organized by the Department of Mathematics in association with Haryana State Council for Science, Innovation and Technology. The workshop was formally inaugurated with lightening of lamp by Vice Chancellor Prof. Dinesh Kumar and other dignitaries.
The objective of this workshop was to generate student’s interest in mathematics. As many as 100 participants from University and other educational institutions are attending in the workshop. Prof. Sandeep Banerjee from IIT Roorkee was keynote speaker of the inaugural session. Dean, Quality Control and Accreditation Dr. Sandeep Grover, Chairperson of Physics and Chemistry Dr. Ashutosh Dixit and Chairperson of Mathematics Dr. Neetu Gupta were also present on this occasion.
Speaking on this occasion, Vice Chancellor stressed the importance of mathematics as an academic subject and spoke about the extensive scope of mathematics. Prof. Dinesh Kumar said that mathematics is the base of any engineering stream. He asked the faculty and students to take interest in the mathematical research and extended best wishes for the success of the program.
Earlier, Dr. Neetu Gupta welcomed the participants and spoke about the objective of workshop and highlighted the departmental activities.
Addressing the inaugural session, Prof. Sandeep Banerjee said that mathematical modeling and simulation plays a vital role in various fields of Engineering and Technology. Dr. Banerjee created interest amongst the participants on the concepts involved in mathematical modeling. He focused on mathematical techniques which were of particular interest to engineers and scientists. In his address Dr. Banerjee also spoke on different types of mathematical models in biology like Prey-Predator, Rumor, Lazy-Student, Arm-Race, Epidemic, Cancer, Virus and Brain Tumor model and their practical applications.
Later, Senior Data Scientist Dr. Paramjeet Singh delivered an expert lecture and apprised the participants about career opportunities in data science.
Poster Presentation and Model Exhibition are also being organized as a part of workshop.