

Invitation On behalf of the IAMMS (Indian Academy for Mathematical Modeling and Simulation), CSMB (China Society of Mathematical Biology), KSMB (Korian Society of Mathematical Biology) and JSMB (Japanese Society for Mathematical Biology), the Colloquium Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to participate in the 6th ChinaIndianJapanKorea Mathematical Biology Colloquium (CIJKMB) to be held at IIT Kanpur during August 23  26 of 2017. The aim of colloquium is to strengthen communication and cooperation among mathematical biology researchers in China, India, Japan and Korea and in addressing the opportunities and challenges of mathematical biology. We believe that the colloquium will also help in promoting mathematical biology research and education in China, India, Korea and Japan.
About Conference Mathematical modelling plays a very important role in the entire process of understanding a system as it helps in analyzing various variables and parameters of the system/subsystem under consideration. Differential Equations and Scientific Computing are integral part of Mathematical modelling. Deferential Equations (DEs) provide a qualitative and quantitative description for many central models in physical, biological, and social sciences. Over the past several years, scientiﬁc computation has emerged as the most versatile tool to complement theory and experiments. Modern numerical methods, in particular those for solving nonlinear DEs, are at the heart of many of these advanced scientiﬁc computations. The progress and developments in Mathematical Modelling, Differential Equations and Scientific Computing are deeply intertwined and their advancements are fully complimentary. Hence a platform to discuss these topics together will be academically enriching. This conference will provide a right setting, wherein exciting and interactive exchanges among pure, applied and computational mathematicians will take place to bring about more collaborations and crossstimulations in this extremely flourishing field.
Target Audience: PostGraduate students, teachers and researchers from different institutes, universities and research organizations across the country.
More: http://www.iitk.ac.in/math/workshopand conference/ICMMDESCA2016/
About Conference Mathematical and computational approaches are essential to understand diverse areas of contemporary biology such as ecology, epidemiology, system biology, neurobiology, bioinformatics and biofluids. The conference aims to highlight current and emerging research trends in many areas of mathematical and computational biology.
Participants: Scientists and researchers from national and international universities, organizations and industry. Thematic areas: All areas of mathematical and computational biology are considered, including: 1. Mathematical Ecology 2. Epidemiology 3. Systems Biology 4. Biomechanics 5. Biomedical Image processing 6. Computational Biology 7. Bioinformatics 8. Biostatistics 9. Neurobiology etc. More: http://www.iitk.ac.in/math/workshopandconference/ICMCB/
About Conference The main speakers are some of the leading experts in Functional Analysis and have been inspirations for several years through their research, guidance and organization of various workshops and international conferences, during the past 20 years. This is an ongoing process of encouraging and educating, young researchers and PhD students in India toward these active areas of research. In this meeting, we will be felicitating Professor A. K. Roy, who has played an active role in this area, on the occasion of his 75th birthday. Also, we wish to have sessions dedicated to the talks related to the works of some of our senior colleagues who are approaching their age of sixty/ superannuation.
Topics to be covered Geometry of Banach spaces and Multivariable Operator Theory with emphasis on Function Spaces. Relevance & importance of the Topic Mathematically in the context of National needs: Interactions between geometry of Banach spaces, theory of function spaces and Operator theory is an active and widely pursued area of interest in India.
Target Audience Faculty members, Postgraduate students and researchers from universities. More: http://www.iitk.ac.in/math/workshopandconference/GBOT/
