Ph.D. (in areas of Mathematics and Computer Science)
The aim of the PhD programme is to produce students with high quality research capability and independent thinking
in various areas of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.
Research Areas
Computer Science  Mathematics  Statistics 
 Algorithms
 Approximation Algorithms
 Computational Geometry
 Distributed Computing
 Formal Languages and Automata Theory
 Theoretical Computer Science
 Wireless Networks
 Wireless Sensor Networks
  Algebraic Combinatorics
 Algebraic Geometry
 Combinatorial Matrix Theory
 Combinatories
 Complex Dynamics and Fractals
 Computational Fluid Dynamics
 Flow through porous media
 Functional Analysis
 General Algebra
 Graph Theory
 Harmonic Analysis
 Hydrodynamic Loading
 Hyperbolic 3manifolds
 Low Dimensional Topology
 Mathematical Biology
 Matrices & Graphs
 Number Theory
 Numerical Analysis
 Numerical Functional Analysis
 Numerical Homogenization
 Numerical Linear Algebra
 Numerical Methods for PDEs
 Numerical solution to Differential Equations
 Optimal Control Theory
 Optimization Techniques
 River mechanics
 Sloshing dynamics
 Special Functions
 Spectral Graph Theory
 Twophase Flows
 Water Wave Mechanics
  Distributions models and its applications
 Financial Mathematics
 Operations Research
 Queueing Theory
 Stochastic Modelling
 Survival Analysis

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