Ramanujan, Mathematics and IT: Prof K. Venkatachaliengar's Centenary Conference

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Ramanujan Rediscovered

Elliptic Functions, Q-series, Partitions and Related Number Theory, with parallel sessions on Mathematics and IT - A Tribute to Prof K. Venkatachaliengarís  life and work

 

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Indian Mathematical Society and IIIT-B, in conjunction with Dept of Science and Technology

June 1-5, 2009, Bangalore India

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SKYPE SESSION FOR THOSE WHO COULD NOT ATTEND

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Prof. Zhi-Guo Liu presented his paper.

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The conference (cosponsored by the Indian Mathematical Society and IIIT-B), will bring together leading researchers in elliptic functions, q-series, and partitions from India and throughout the world. Prof K. Venkatachaliengar made major contributions to these fields. Several leading researchers (list enclosed) from both abroad and from India will deliver lectures. In addition we plan to have a high quality contributed track for original work in these areas. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Elliptic Functions                                       

  • Q-Series

  • Partitions and Related Number Theory

  • Other Topics include but are not limited to

    • Mathematical Quantum Mechanics

    • Ramanujan at Elementary Levels

    • History of Indian Mathematics

     

Parallel Track (Math and IT):

Mathematical education, a lifelong interest of Prof K. Venkatachaliengar, is key to the future of the Indian IT Industry today. This parallel track will deal with how the Math and IT communities can work together for mutual benefit. We plan to have tutorials on: (see Advanced Program)

  • Discrete Mathematics

  • Game Theory

  • Bio-Informatics

  • Optimization Techniques

  • Formal Methods in Software Engineering

 

 

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