|Coordinator Name||Coordinator Email||Coordinator phone|
|Professor Kallol Paulfirstname.lastname@example.org||9433207354|
The department of Mathematics started its journey in 1956. The department is well known for its excellence in teaching and research in Mathematics. Eminent Professors enriched the department over the years. Due to the continuous effort from all the stakeholders including teachers, scholars and students, the department is now undoubtedly rated as one of the best among all state universities. This conference is dedicated to the memory of Late Professor Tarun Kumar Mukherjee, who was a renowned scholar and a legendary Professor of Mathematics at Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Professor Mukherjee did his B.Sc in Physics and M.Sc in Mathematics from Calcutta University and was one of the first students to study M.Stat from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. His doctoral research was on the broad topic of Functional analysis at the University of Arkansas, USA. He was a resourceful mathematician with expertise over a surprisingly broad spectrum of modern mathematics and a dedicated teacher who inspired thousands like us in teaching and research. Indeed, his extraordinary legacy lives on through his profound research, selfless teaching and his countless students spread all over the globe. The proposed conference aims at giving a platform to the academicians, scientists, engineers, researchers and students to exchange and share their knowledge, experiences and research outputs for better understanding of the progress made in the areas of Analysis, Algebra, Combinatorics and their Applications. We hope to provide an opportunity for young mathematicians to share their research output and to exchange their ideas with leading mathematicians from the respective fields. It will be a golden opportunity for young researchers to showcase the importance of their research. We expect a stimulating discussion on the advancement of basic mathematics as well as its applications over the three days of the conference.