Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Friday, November 15, 2019

Vashishtha Narayan Singh dies: A mathematician who ignited minds

Vashishtha Narayan Singh, Indian mathematician from Bihar passed away.

Read the full news from timesofindia

An article about him : Reel vs Real: Why This Math Wizard from Bihar is Getting a Biopic On His Life! 
Wikipedia page about Prof. Singh 

Mathematicians prove the Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev inequalities -

RUDN University mathematicians have proven the Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev (HLS) inequalities for the class of generalized Riesz potentials. These results extend the scope of these potentials in mathematics and physics because the main tools for working with such potentials are based on HLS inequalities.

Read the full article from Phys.Org at this link.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

What Is It Like to Have an Understanding of Very Advanced Mathematics? - article

You can answer many seemingly difficult questions quickly. But you are not very impressed by what can look like magic, because you know the trick. The trick is that your brain can quickly decide if question is answerable by one of a few powerful general purpose "machines" (e.g., continuity arguments, the correspondences between geometric and algebraic objects, linear algebra, ways to reduce the infinite to the finite through various forms of compactness) combined with specific facts you have learned about your area.

Read the full article from at this link

The article was brought to our attention by Prof. Kumaresan, MTTS Trust

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Thursday, November 7, 2019

National Seminar on Differential equations and it's applications - November 2019 - Thiruvananthapuram

Dates : 14 & 15 November 2019

Venue : University College, Thiruvananthapuram

Dr. Anilkumar AK, Scientist, ISRO Bengaluru
Dr. Krishna Kumar G, Asst. Prof, BJM Govt. College, Chavara
Dr. Raju K George, Sr. Prof., IIST Tvpm
Dr. Arun KR, Asst. Prof., IISER Tvpm
Dr. Anil Kumar CV, Prof., IIST Tvpm

For details please contact the Seminar Co-ordinator Dr. Jijoy Joseph at 9446212514 or see the brochure here.

Writing Mathematics

Whenever you try to communicate mathematical statements and ideas, you must start speaking and writing the language of mathematics. Exams and homework are also supposed to show the teacher how you think, whether you understand the concepts, and whether you've put enough work into mastering more mechanical skills. Here are a few pointers which should help you write better papers, and - hopefully - get better grades.

Some resources:
  1. Mathematical writing by the legendary author Donald Knuth
  2. Writing a Math Phase Two Paper - PDF from  MIT

The Mathematics Consortium Bulletin October 2019 Vol. 1, Issue 2

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Workshop on Linear Algebra And Functional Analysis - 2019 - Thiruvananthapuram

Three workshops are planned each of five days duration spread over November and December of this year.

This workshop is organized by The Department of Mathematics, Government College,  Kariavattom and is  sponsored by The Department of Collegiate Education, Government of Kerala.

For details, see the brochure here.

WINTER SCHOOL IN MATHEMATICS for Undergraduates 2019 - Changanaserry

The Department of Mathematics, SB College, Changanassery is organizing Winter School in Mathematics for Undergraduates from 26 th to 30 th December 2019. The programme will be beneficial for the students preparing for competitive examinations like JAM or any MSc entrance examinations. The number of participants is limited to 40.

See the brochure here.

Python Programming Workshop - November 2019 - Government College Kottayam

Dates : 28–29, November 2019 Venue : Department of Mathematics Government College Kottayam Nattakom P.O. Ph. No : 0481-2363116