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Welcome to the Central Department of Mathematics, Tribhuvan University! Mathematics is very interesting, important and forms the foundation of physical sciences and technology. Its importance is growing in various areas such as business, finance, management, engineering, ICT, biology, medicine, and many social sciences. The department was started in the same year as the establishment of Tribhuvan University in 1959 AD (2016 BS) and runs under the Institute of Science and Technology. It off...
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Seminar/Workshop
Jul 21 2020
Seminar cum Workshop on Mathematics and Its Applications
Jan 28 2020
Summer school on
Guest Talks
Visits and Scientific Presentaions:

Among other professors and scientists who visited the department, contributed as a resource person of certain program and devivered talks at different time periods are as as follows.

Prof. Junhong Ha and Prof. Sudeok Shon, Korea Teck (2020-02-06). Talk: Mathematical Modeling for Architectural Structure and Recent Researches on That Field.

Prof. Narayan Thapa, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Cameron University, Lawton OK, USA (2019-05-07). Talk: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Nepal.

Prof. Steven James Pearce, School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada (December, 2015).

Dr. Shiva Pd. Pudasaini, University of Bonn, Germany. (Auguest 8, 2019), Talk: Multi-phase Mass Flows-Nature, Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering.

Prof. Roger Weigand and Prof. Sylvia Weigand, University of Nebraska, USA. (2018-10-08 - Talk: Noetherian Domains in Power Series Rings and Semi Groups of Modules), (2014-04-18 - Talk: Non-Uniqueness of Direct-Sum Compositions and Prime Ideals in Noetherian Rings.

Prof. Rodney George Halburt, University College London (2018-06-26). Talk: Special Functions and Nivanlinna's Theory.

Prof. Stephan Dempe, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany (April 2017). Talk: Pessimistic Linear Bilevel Optimization.

Prof. Marc Goerigk, Lancaster University, UK (September 1-2, 2017). Workshop: Optimization Models for Disaster Resilience in Nepal.

Prof. Tatsuaki Okamoto, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan (2017-11-20). Talk: How to Use Elliptic Curves in Practice.

Prof. Kalyan Chakraborty, Harish Chandra Research Institute, Allahabad, India (2017-07-23).Talk: Class Number of Certain Number Field.

Prof. Junhong Ha and Prof. Sara Maloni (2017-01-04).

Prof. Wolfram Decker, University of Kaiserslautern (May 22, 2016).

Prof. Gerhard Pfister, University of Kaiserslautern (May 22, 2016).

Prof. Naveen Vaidya, San Diego State University, USA, (December 7, 2016). Talk: Beginning Mathematical Biology: Research and Teaching.

Prof. Harihar Khanal, Department of Mathematics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Florida , USA (March 2016).

Prof. Tikhonov, Sergey, ICREA Research Professor at Centre de Recerca Matemàtica (CRM), Barcelona, Spain (April, 2016). A General Monotonicity Concept and Its Applications.

Prof. Yong Kuk Kim, Department of Mathematics Kyongpook National University, Deagu, South Korea (2014-12-30). Talk: Mathematical Modeling in Biology.

Prof. Gerta Koester, Munich University of Appplied Scienced, Department of Computer Science and Mathematics (November 26-29, 2013). Workshop: Mathematical Modeling in Emergency Mitigation Using Optimization and Simulation Methods.

Prof. Francesco Pappalardi, University of Roma Tre, Rome (2013-12-20). Talk: Properties of Reductions of Groups of Rational Numbers.

Prof. Abate Marco, Department of Mathematics, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy (2013-12-04). Talk: Complex Dynamics in one Complex Variable.

Prof. Michal Waldschmidt, Prof. Jorge JimonezUrroz (October 10, 2012). Talk: Algebraic Number Theory.

Prof. Gerhard Pfister, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany (October 8-10, 2012). Seminar: Singularities and Applications.

Prof. Horst W. Hamacher, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany (March, 2011). Workshop on Mathematical Modeling in Emergency Planning.

Prof. Hans Kellerer, University of Graz(February, 2011). Talk: Symmetric Quadratic Knapsacks and Scheduling Problems.

Virtual (Online) Presentations 

Dr. Narayan Thapa, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Cameron University, Oklahoma, USA (June 11, 2020). Title: The Nuts and Bolts of Research in Applied Mathematics.

 Prof. Dr. Francisco Martínez Álvarez, Division of Computer Science Division, Pablo de Olavide University, Seville, Spain (June 10, 2020). Talk: Coronavirus Optimization Algorithm: a Bioinspired Metaheuristic Based on the COVID-19 Propagation Model. 

Prof. Dr. Jerry Bona, University of Illinious, Chicago, USA (Asadh 10, 2077; June 24, 2020). Talk:Theory and Applications of Model for Long Waves.

Dr. Chrysafis Vogiatzis, Industrial and Enterprises Systems Engineering, University of Illinois a Urbana-Champaign, USA (Asadh 12, 2077; June 26, 2020). Talk: Robust Two Echelon Vehicle and Drone Routing for Post Disaster Humanitarian Operations.