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About the Department of Mathematics

The creation, updation and application of knowledge have become keys to the success of industries, organisations and individuals.

Mathematics is an integral part of the study of engineering regardless of the discipline. There are various mathematical tools applied in various branches of engineering. A two-pronged (dual) approach of the Department is to underpin the essential mathematics and also to excite interest in engineering. It is widely used in almost all the disciplines of Engineering.

The School of Technology aims at providing national and international Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral education. The graduate engineers from the School will stand apart in identifying research that addresses the big challenges in the world. The school adopt an educational philosophy using basic research and this novel discovery as the foundation will translate and enhance this research into manifold applications beneficial to the society. The goal of mathematics department is not very much different than that of the school of technology. The role of mathematics in each of the goals of the school cannot be ignored, since it lies in the very root of every engineering discipline that grows to a huge tree, where each branch has a different theme and contributes to various engineering disciplines

 

 

Objectives

  • To provide opportunity to the larger mass of faculty to pursue research and innovation in the various spheres of Engineering.  
  • To impart fluency in the use of mathematics for practical problem solving for researchers of mathematics as well as engineering.
  • To throw light on the applicability of the mathematics in engineering and exemplify valuable activities undertaken by engineers.
  • To draw a large and diverse community of participants from academia, industry and research institutes through seminars, workshops, STTPs, symposia and conferences.
  • To connect mathematicians with applied scientists in an environment conducive to interdisciplinary collaboration by organizing workshops.

 

 

HISTORY

The Department of Mathematics was formed in 2011, just after the formation of SOT in 2010. Since its formation, it is headed by Prof. T.P. Singh. The Department has a strong academic base of 9 faculties in all, from which 8 hold Ph.D. from various prestigious Universities/ Institutions and 1 faculty has submitted his thesis. In order to cater the need of present engineering scenario, the Department has experts in various fields ranging from analyses to mathematical modelling. Stochastic Optimization, Solid Mechanics and FGM, Performance measure of distribution warehouses and Software Reliability, Magnetohydrodynamics Computational Biology, Data assimilation in numerical models of ocean, Numerical Reservoir Simulation, Applied Geophysics & Geostatistics, Fuzzy Sets, IFS, Fixed Point Iteration Methods, Financial Mathematics, Sea Age Dynamics,Sea-ice dynamics, Polar studies, Ocean models, non-Newtonian fluid flows and heat transfer: Analytical and numerical treatment are some of the fields these faculties have been working in. This list ensures that almost no applied area is left untouched.

The department at this juncture is interested not only in expanding the activities of University but also rationalize its strength to extend research and promote research related activities in the various spheres of Engineering.

 

 

Head of the Department


Dr. T. P. Singh

Professor and Head
Department of Mathematics
Email: Tajinder.Singh@spt.pdpu.ac.in
Phone: +91-79-23275401 (O)

 

 

International Relations

Department has collaboration with the department of Mathematics, Statistics, College of Agriculture and Engineering, University of Kwazulu Natal, Pietermaritzburg campus, South Africa and Department of Mathematics, University of Johannesburg in the areas of Numerical solution of boundary layer equations, MHD/non MHD flow and heat transfer.

 

 

Industrial Relations

In order to create research atmosphere, many faculties of the Department have been working upon different projects under collaborative agencies like Space Applications Centre, ISRO.

 

 

Contact Us

Department of Mathematics

School of Technology,
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Raisen, Gandhinagar-392007
Phone No.: +91-79-23275401

 

 

 

 

 

Research Focus

The creation, updating and application of knowledge have become keys to the success of industries, organisations and individuals. In today’s world, the changes and developments are rapid. Our education system is highly dynamic, so we too need to keep ourselves updated.

In order to cater the need of present engineering scenario, the Department has experts in various fields ranging from analyses to mathematical modelling. Stochastic Optimization, Solid Mechanics and FGM, Performance measure of distribution warehouses and Software Reliability, Magnetohydrodynamics Computational Biology, Data assimilation in numerical models of ocean, Numerical Reservoir Simulation, Applied Geophysics & Geostatistics, Fuzzy Sets, IFS, Fixed Point Iteration Methods, Financial Mathematics, Sea Age Dynamics,Sea-ice dynamics, Polar studies, Ocean models, non-Newtonian fluid flows and heat transfer: Analytical and numerical treatment are some of the fields these faculties have been working in. This list ensures that almost no applied area is left untouched.

The department at this juncture is interested not only in expanding the activities of University but also rationalize its strength to extend research and promote research related activities in the various spheres of Engineering.

 

 

Research Project


  • Sulfuric acid-mediated weathering in the Ganga, Yamuna and the Brahmaputra (GYB) River Basins: Constraints from Sulfur and oxygen isotopes in dissolved sulfate. MoES, New Delhi, Govt. of India.
  • A project titled Sea Ice route optimization for safer ship navigation from SAC (ISRO), Ahmedabad.
  • A project titled Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Sea Ice Condition and Icebergs over the Polar Regions using ScatSat Datafrom SAC (ISRO), Ahmedabad.

 

 

Interdisciplinary Research

  • Design of Safe Well in the High Pressure and Temperature Oil & Gas Reservoir based on Predicted Pore Pressure from Seismic Data.
  • Numerical Solutions of Highly Non-Linear Multi-Phase Fluid Flow Through Porous Media.
  • Reservoir Simulation & Modeling

 

 

Course Curriculum


B.Tech. (All Branches)
First Year Courses Second Year Courses

 

M.Tech. (All Branches)
First Year Courses

 

 

Seminars/ Project


Sr. No. Activity Title Tentative Dates
1 1- week STTP on "Mathematical Modelling and Simulation" June 2019 - Ist week
2 1- week - Refresher course on "Linear Algebra: An application to Science and Engineering" October 2019 - 2nd week
3 3 Days- "R - Programming and LATEX" December 2019 - Ist week
4 2 Days - "Problem Solving in Engineering using Mathematics" December 2019 - 3rd week
5 2 Days national conference on Mathematical Sciences January 2020 - 4th week
6 1 - week STTP on "Advanced Research Tools" March 2020 - Ist week

 

 

Faculty

 

 

 

Chapters


Formation of Club of Mathematics (SoM) working under the Department of Mathematics

 

 

Events


Sr. No. Activity Title Tentative Dates
1 1- week STTP on "Mathematical Modelling and Simulation" June 2019 - Ist week
2 1- week - Refresher course on "Linear Algebra: An application to Science and Engineering" October 2019 - 2nd week
3 3 Days- "R - Programming and LATEX" December 2019 - Ist week
4 2 Days - "Problem Solving in Engineering using Mathematics" December 2019 - 3rd week
5 2 Days national conference on Mathematical Sciences January 2020 - 4th week
6 1 - week STTP on "Advanced Research Tools" March 2020 - Ist week