Bangalore, July 29: Acharya Institute of Graduate Studies, Bangalore in association with JANGJEON Mathematical Society is going to organize the 26th Conference of JANGJEON Mathematical society on the theme ‘ Global Advancement of Mathematics - GAM-2013 from August 1 Institute soladevanahalli , Hesargatta main Road Bangalore.
This International Conference proposes to overview and discuss Several aspects of the advancement and Development of Mathematical Concepts both in research and applications. The academic programmes of Conference Include Plenary sessions , Lectures and Presentation of Research papers.
Nearly 32 delegates from different countries will be participating and presenting their papers at this seminar. In addition to that 150 delegates from across the country are also participating and presenting their papers.
The conference proposes to bring eminent scholars of Mathematics on the same platform to deliberate on the new dimensions, applications and strategies for salvaging the importance of Mathematics. In order to ensure that a wide variety of topics is being covered.
It is believed that this conference will provide fillip to prevent mathematics from sinking across the world.
Founded in 1996 by Doctor Taekyun kim, JMS fulfills the aforementioned values through free discussion and cooperation amongst voluntarily participating scholars motivated by a common concern for the general welfare of mankind.
Some topics to be covered in the Conference are Algebra, Applied Mathematics, Number Theory, Computer Networking, Functional Analysis, Mathematical Physics and chemistry, Different Equations, Numerical Analysis and Combinatorics.
"We are organising this conference with hope and anticipation of arriving at innovative ideas and applications that would catapult the current status of mathematics across the globe. It is a matter of pride that highly eminent scholars from abroad and across the country are presenting their papers in this conference", says Professor Gurunath Rao Vaidya, Principal and Conference chair.