Research Promotion Workshop on “Introduction to Graph and Geometric Algorithms” begins at KU


KU May 18: Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Kashmir, Srinagar in collaboration with Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai started today a three day Research Promotion Workshop on “Introduction to Graph and Geometric Algorithms” during May 18-20, 2015. The programme is funded by the NBHM, Govt. of India. Prof. K. I. Andrabi, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir was the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Functions. He also highlighted the importance and involvement of Mathematics and Computer Sciences in various disciplines including biological and social science problems. He stressed towards the establishment of link between mathematics, Computer sciences and other real life problems. Prof. S. Pirzada, HOD, Mathematics & Convener of the programme while welcoming the guests deliberated on the importance of mathematics in other sciences and the activities of the Department of Mathematics.  Prof. S M K Qadri, Co-Convener of the programme introduced the Department of Computer Sciences and its growth since its inception. Prof. Subir Ghosh, TIFR Mumbai, Co-Convener of the programme highlighted the role of computer sciences and demand of such programmes for applicable research studies. He has also presented his book on Algorithms to the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, University of Kashmir on the occasion. Dr. Mukhtar Ahmad Khanday, Department of Mathematics, University of Kashmir started the proceedings and stressed upon the importance of the Algorithms and Graph Theoretic approaches for the solution of real life problems amicably. Dr. M. H. Gulzar presented the vote of thanks.

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