Department of Mathematics

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Welcome to the Department of Mathematics

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Dr. V. Renuka Devi

Associate Professor and Head
Thrust Area of Research: Topology, Soft Sets
Email: renukadevi@cutn.ac.in
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Prof. T. Sengadir

Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Functional Analysis, Functional Differential Equations
Email: senmat@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. R. Roopkumar

Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Integral Transforms, Generalized Functions
Email: roopkumarr@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. A. Chandrashekaran

Assistant Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Mathematical Programming, Optimization, Game Theory
Email: chandrashekaran@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. Ramesh Venkadachalam Palani

Assistant Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Number Theory, Algebra Algorithms, Numerical Analysis, Big data Analysis, Numerical Linear Algebra
Email: rameshmat@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. N. Barani Balan

Assistant Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Inverse Problems, Control Theory, Partial Differential Equations
Email: baranibalan@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. Virendra Kumar

Assistant Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Fluid Dynamics, Bio-Convection, Porous Media
Email: virendrakumar@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. T. Kavaskar

Assistant Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Graph Theory and Algebraic Combinatorics
Email: t_kavaskar@cutn.ac.in
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Dr. S. V. Bharanedhar

Assistant Professor
Thrust Area of Research: Graph Theory
Email: bharanedhar@cutn.ac.in
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PhD in Mathematics, Five-Year Integrated M. Sc. Programme in Mathematics The five-year integrated programme in mathematics has been designed to mould the students to take up career in research and/or teaching. The first four semesters would focus on basic calculus, algebra and analysis. Topics such as differential equations and group theory emphasize the applications to Mechanics, Chemical Kinetics and to the analysis of the structure of molecules. Higher semesters would have advanced core courses emphasizing both the theory and the applications. The electives have been designed in such a way that the student could discover his/her strengths and focus on topics of his/her choice. Electives like Harmonic Analysis and Differential Manifolds and Geometry provide grounding for theoretical work. Electives like Cryptography and Mathematical Modeling prepare the students to take up real life applications of advanced ideas of Mathematics. A project work in the final semesters would take the students to the frontiers of research.

Five-Year Integrated M. Sc. Programme in Mathematics

The five-year integrated programme in mathematics has been designed to mould the students to take up career in research and/or teaching. The first four semesters would focus on basic calculus, algebra and analysis. Topics such as differential equations and group theory emphasize the applications to Mechanics, Chemical Kinetics and to the analysis of the structure of molecules. Higher semesters would have advanced core courses emphasizing both the theory and the applications. The electives have been designed in such a way that the student could discover his/her strengths and focus on topics of his/her choice. Electives like Harmonic Analysis and Differential Manifolds and Geometry provide grounding for theoretical work. Electives like Cryptography and Mathematical Modeling prepare the students to take up real life applications of advanced ideas of Mathematics. A project work in the final semesters would take the students to the frontiers of research.

Syllabus for Integrated M.Sc. Mathematics

OBE Syllabus - Integrated M.Sc. Mathematics

Ph.D. Mathematics

Department of Mathematics specializes in the pure and applied aspects of the fields of Algebra, Algorithms, Big Data, Biomechanics, Complex Analysis, Delay Differential Equations, Fluid Dynamics, Functional Analysis, Generalized Functions, Graph Theory, Integral Transforms, Linear Algebra, Number Theory, Optimization, Partial Differential Equations, Soft Sets, and Topology.

Course structure for Ph.D. Mathematics

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