AMU organises a conference on 'Recent Trends in Algebra'

An International conference by AMU

One of the renowned universities of the country, Aligarh Muslim university, is all set to organise an international conference on 'Recent Trends in Algebra and Analysis with Applications'. The conference will be attended by international scholars, researchers and many popular speakers who have made their names shine high in the field of education.


Call for papers:

Persons interested in the conference are advised to send the enclosed proforma duly filled. Contributed papers along with abstracts typed in LATEX should be sent to, convener or co-convener latest by January 10, 2014. The demand draft for the registration fee be drawn in favour of the Coordinator, DRS. Referred proceedings of the conference will also be published in due course of time.

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The purpose of the conference is to bring together the mathematicians from all over the world working in the related areas to present their researches, to exchange new ideas, to discuss challenging issues, to foster future collaborations and to expose young researchers.


Foreign Delegates: USD 100/-, Indian Delegates: Rs. 2500/-, Accompanying Person: Rs. 2000/-, Students: Rs. 2000/-(Students who are not getting any financial support, their registration fee may be waived off partially).

Topics to covered in the conference:

  • Ring Theory
  • Group Theory
  • Semi Groups
  • Summability
  • Approximation Theory
  • Measures of Noncompactness
  • Fixed Point Theory
  • Variational Inequalities
  • Optimisation
  • Wavelets
  • Special Functions

Important date:

Conference: 12-14 February, 2014

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