Applied Mathematics is the branch of Mathematics that focuses on developing mathematical methods and applying them to science, engineering, industry and society. It includes mathematical topics such as partial and ordinary differential equations, linear algebra, numerical analysis, operations research, discrete mathematics, optimization, control system and probability & statistics. A large number of real-life problems can be formulated in terms of mathematical expressions, which often cannot be solved analytically. This leads to the development and formation of new tools & techniques. To name a few of them are probability, statistics and numerical methods. Probability & Statistics is a body of methods for making wise decisions in the face of uncertainty. Probability theory when combines with computational statistics forms the base of Evolutionary Genomics. Applied mathematics uses mathematical modeling techniques to solve real-world problems and have tremendous applications in sciences, engineering, commerce, education, social sciences, business, politics & many more. Applied Mathematics develops skills in problem solving, critical & logical thinking, modeling, learning, analysis, research and creativity.
Computational science is an emerging discipline which focuses on integrating applied mathematics, computer science, engineering and the sciences. This creates a multidisciplinary field which utilizes computational tools and simulations to produce problem-solving techniques and methodologies. Every area of cutting edge science uses computational science techniques. It has a wide range, a few of them are: understanding of sub-atomic particles, knowledge of processes of formation of stars & galaxies, molecular basis of life, governing processes of outbreak of epidemics, sustainability of ecosystem & dynamics of biosphere. Computational science starts with theoretical and practical fundamentals of computer science & algorithmic problem solving and it goes to advanced programming techniques, 3D computer graphics & intelligent systems. Computational science has become a third partner, together with theory and experimentation, in advancing scientific knowledge and practice.
Applied Mathematics and Computational Science together are utilized in almost every discipline of science, engineering, industry and technology. This amalgamation opens a door to a variety of fields including finance, computing & insurance, industries, medical, research & development, public service, design and manufacture of aircraft, automobiles, textiles, communication systems, biological-physical-mathematical & biomedical sciences, sciences related to earth-atmosphere-environment and many more.
This interdisciplinary area even develops new disciplines in humanities & creative arts. Computational techniques are becoming increasingly relevant in the field of social sciences, archaeology, architecture, music & visual art.
Working with mathematics often leads to the development of new mathematical models, theories and applications that contribute to diverse areas of science. There is a need to have deliberations and discussions over the challenges, recent developments and applications while developing mathematical models in various disciplines.
In a nutshell, this interdisciplinary fusion provides a core of mathematics and an introduction to concepts & techniques of computation, optimal decision making, probabilistic modeling & statistical inference. Mathematics and Computational Sciences have an important role in inter-related fields and hence, there is a need to have deliberations over various aspects and recent developments in these interdisciplinary areas. Therefore, the main objective of this International Conference is to bring together the learned academicians, scientists and research scholars, working in various areas of Mathematics and Computer Science, worldwide and initiate dialogue among them through various sessions.
The conference will feature a keynote address, a number of plenary talks, invited lectures, contributory lectures and poster presentations.