Department of Mathematics

Department of MATHEMATICS

        The Department of Mathematics is one of the larger and longer established department in the Faculty of Science in 1955 and untill recently existed as two separate departments. We offer B.Sc. and M.Sc. in both Mathematics and Statistics and also Ph.D. in Mathematics degrees. Since Mathematics is pure and Statistics is applied sciencs, students will be learned about logic thinking because of the nature of subjects. They, therefore, can work in many careers. The main careers of Mathematics major are teacher and Statistics major are statistician, researcher or teacher also. However, the other professions that they could work are system planner, production planner, production controller etc. For students who would like to study in a higher degree, Mathematics and Statistics are very good fundamental knowledge of other subjects for further study, such as, Insurance, Information Technology in Business, Business Software Development, Decision Technology and Management, Biostatistics and etc.

Degree programmes

  • Bachelor degree
    - Bachelor of Science in Mathematics - Bachelor of Science in Statistics

  • Master degree
    - Mater of Science in Mathematics
    - Mater of Science in Mathematics Education (Special programme)
    - Mater of Science in Statistics

  • Doctoral degree
    - Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics

  • Selected Researches
    1. On Approximating a generalized binomial by binomial and poisson distribution
    2. The steepest descent method for linear minimax problems
    3. Round-Robin tournament scheduling and test case generating
    4. Neural Networks: construction and Evaluation
    5. Determine approximated control limit of neural networks for multivariate quality control
    6. Three dimensional modeling of tomor growth: in the presence response
    7. Mathematical modeling of noninvasive pressure support ventilation: Investigation of tidal volum instability
    8. On a comparison of several competing estimates of a univariate normal mean by multiple criteria decision making method
    9. Modeling of PMMA bone cement flom through femoral canal and cancellous bone
    10. Joint variability between sea surface parameters in the North India Ocean Computer cluster in Mathematics department

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