Department of Mathematics
National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli

DST-SERB sponsored

International Conference on Mathematical Analysis and Applications

December 15-17, 2022

Meeting Link for the Inaguration


Meeting number (access code): 2653 165 1122 / Meeting password: icmaa2022

The conference venue is A13 Hall (see it in Google map) in the Adminstrative Block.
This is the first building (with a clock tower) you will see when entering  the campus.

National Institute of Technology, Trichy is located on the Trichy-Tanjore highway (NH 67) about 20 km from the city/airport. It is about 28 km from ariport if byepass road is used. You can reach NITT by  taxi/auto/bus from Trichy Railway Junction or Central Bus Stand (which are close to each other) or Airport. Taxi may cost around 700.  Frequent city buses are available from Chatram bus stand (near Rockfort Temple).

Program Book (updated version)

Participants may please join the conference whatsapp group using the following link



The Institute

The National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, (NITT), is an Institution of National Importance under the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD), Government of India. The Institute has been imparting technical education in core branches of science and engineering, besides pushing the frontier areas in research. With a vibrant campus and enviable facilities, the Institute provides 10 undergraduate, 31 postgraduate and MS/Ph.D. programmes. NITT is ranked no. 1 among the NITs, and 8th in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), MHRD, Govt. of India.

The Department

The Department of Mathematics is one of the pioneering and the most distinguished departments in NITT. Applying multi-disciplinary research and teaching methods, the department strongly believes in finding mathematical solutions for various social-economic, technological and work related processes and challenges. The department is committed to outstanding graduate training to produce leading scholars in various fields of mathematics. Since its inception, the department has been supporting Ph.D. graduates to carry out challenging research work of wide ranging industrial and social implications. From the academic year 2019-20, the department is offering M.Sc. Mathematics.

The Conference

The objective of the conference is to provide a platform for academics, researchers, students and industry professionals to present their research findings and also be a stage for exchanging ideas in pure and applied mathematics. This international conference covers topics that include but are not limited to Real and Complex Analysis, Differential Equations, Functional Analysis, Numerical Analysis and Optimization.


Chief Patron

  • Prof. G. Aghila, Director, NIT Trichy



  • Prof. K. Murugesan (murugu@nitt.edu)



  • Prof. V. Ravichandran (ravic@nitt.edu)



  • Dr. P. Saikrishnan
  • Dr. Abhijit Das


Advisory Committee

  • Dato’ Indera Rosihan M. Ali (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Om P. Ahuja (USA)
  • Prof. P. Balasubramaniam (Dindigul)
  • Prof. Nak Eun Cho (S Korea)
  • Prof. Ruchi Das (Delhi)
  • Prof. Adam Lecko (Poland)
  • Prof. See Keong Lee (Malaysia)
  • Prof. Hyun-Min Kim (S Korea)
  • Prof. S. Ponnusamy (Chennai)
  • Prof. V. Prakash (Australia)
  • Prof. H. P. Rani (Warangal)
  • Prof. Satyajit Roy (Chennai)
  • Prof. N. Selvaraju (Guwahati)
  • Prof. Poonam Sharma (Lucknow)
  • Prof. Anbhu Swaminathan (Roorkee)
  • Prof. Kuppalapalle Vajravelu (USA)
  • Prof. P. Vellaisamy (Mumbai)
  • Prof. A. M. Wazwaz (USA)


Organizing Committee

  • Dr. R. Ponalagusamy
  • Dr. T.N. Janakiraman
  • Dr. V. Kumuran
  • Dr. R. Tamil Selvi
  • Dr. V. Lakshmana
  • Gomathi Nayagam
  • Dr. V. Shanthi
  • Dr. I. Jeyaraman
  • Dr. N. Prakash
  • Dr. Jitraj Saha
  • Dr. Vamsinadh Thota
  • Dr. N. Shivaranjani
  • Dr. M. Sivanesan
  • Dr. Atul Kumar Verma


Confirmed Invited Speakers

  • Dr. Nisha Bohra, Sri Venkateswara College, Univeristy of Delhi (Briot-Bouquet differential subordination and its applications)
  • Prof. K. S. Charak, University of Jammu
  • Prof. Ruchi Das, University of Delhi
  • Prof. Tarun Das, University of Delhi
  • Dr. Lee See Keong, Universiti Sains Malaysia (A subclass of analytic functions satisfying a differential inequality)
  • Prof. Adam Lecko, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Generalized Fekete- Szegő functionals)
  • Dr. Natarajan, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (Virtual element methods for the nonlinear convection-diffusion problems)
  • Prof. V. Prakash, La Trobe University, Australia
  • Prof. S. Ponnusamy, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai (Landau-Bloch Theorems for analytic and harmonic mappings)
  • Prof. Satyajit Roy, Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  • Prof. Anbhu Swaminathan, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (Ratio of hypergeometric functions in Geometric Function Theory)
  • Prof. P. Vellaisamy, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (A Probabilistic Approach to Adomian Polynomials)

Abstract Submission and Registration

Abstract (preferably in LATEX format) should be sent to Prof. V. Ravichandran (ravic@nitt.edu). The abstract should include the title of the paper, name of the author presenting it, and institutional address. In case of joint paper, the details of co-authors may be mentioned at the end of the abstract. Those who wish to present a paper should register upon acceptance of the abstract of the paper. Others can register anytime before the last date for registration. Selected papers will be published in a special issue of Journal of Analysis (Springer/ESCI/SCOPUS) after the conference.

Registration form is here and the fee should be paid using SBI Collect.   During the payment process,

  1. Select the state as ‘Tamil Nadu’, and category as ‘Educational Institutions
  2. Choose “Conference and workshop NIT Trichy” (by typing NIT in search box)
  3. Select payment category as “MATHS ICMAA  2022” and fill up the details. In particular, fill 0 or registration fee amount against the category to which you belong.
  4. Make payment through UPI / Net Banking / Credit card / NEFT.
  5. Download the payment receipt after making the payment.


Some screenshots of payment process is here. The completed form and the E Receipt may please be sent to Prof. V Ravichandran (ravic@nitt.edu) with a copy to Prof. P. Saikrishnan (psai@nitt.edu)

Following are the details of the abstracts accepted for the presentation (Presenter, title of the talk)

  • Harshita Bhardwaj, Certain characterisation results for p-valent functions under a generalised integral operator
  • Somya Malik, On functions starlike with respect to n-ply symmetric and conjugate points
  • S. Madhumitha S, Differential Subordination for Analytic and Meromorphic Multivalent Functions
  • Priya G Krishnan, Radius of starlikeness of a subclass of normalised analytic functions
  • Asha Sebastian, Starlikeness Using Schwarzian Derivatives
  • Shalu Yadav, Analytic functions associated with the lemniscate of Bernoulli
  • K. Yakaia, Hankel and Toeplitz determinants of of third and fourth order order reciprocal of bounded turning functions subordinate to 1 + tanz
  • Akash Meher, Improved Bohr radius for a subfamily of univalent logharmonic mappings
  • S. Sambasiva Rao, On fourth Hankel determinant for bounded turning functions associated with nephroid domain
  • Surya Giri, Toeplitz determinants for a class of holomorphic mappings associated with spirallike mappings in higher dimensions
  • Mridula Mundalia, Coefficient functionals for a class associated with Hyperbolic Cosine function
  • Pooja Yadav, Partial sums for a generalised class of analytic functions
  • T.G. Bhaskar, Some results on Generalized Ces`aro Stable of Janowski Function
  • R Parvatham, Coefficient functional of a class of analytic functions
  • S. Saravanan, On (p, q)–extended generalized Bessel functions and associated properties
  • V. Vijayanand, m-clean properties on Bi-amalgamated rings
  • G. Sivanesan, Character degree graph of solvable groups with odd degree
  • V. Saravanan, Ideals on feebly clean type rings
  • Prithwiraj Halder, Function space as an algebraic ordered extension of algebra and its ideals
  • Neha, On approximation of functions with exponential growth by using modified Lupa¸s-Kantrovich operators
  • N. M. Kavathekar, On the first set Jn(α, β, k : x) of bi-orthogonal polynomials suggested by the Jacob polynomials
  • Bhadramma Pattanashetti, New Contra and Almost Contra Continuous Multifunctions
  • Asha G. Adaki, Binary Soft Functions
  • N. Sasikala, Anisotropic Picone identities for Half linear Conformable Elliptic equations
  • S. Priyadharshini, Picone identities for a certain class of Conformable half linear anisotropic biharmonic equations
  • Sneha Gupta, A zero-radius parabola under the M¨obius-invariant geometry of dual numbers
  • K Athira Satheesh, Reverse order law for closed densely defined operators on Hilbert spaces
  • A. Rashid, Frame theoretic approach to solve operator equations
  • T. Divyadevi, Spectrum and Inverses of Eccentricity Matrices of Certain graph classes
  • S Poojitha, Bernstein operational matrix based numerical scheme for time fractional diffusion equations
  • R Theivaraman, Approximate fixed point theorems for various Contractive type Mappings
  • Damini Gupta, A qualitative investigation on Caputo fractional neutral VF integro differential equation and its Uniform stability
  • Shrilekha Elangoa, Fuzzy modelling of fractional order tumor system and Stability Analysis
  • Sayantan Maity, Investigations on Malmquist type delay differential equation over non-Archimedean field
  • Umar Mohd Khan, Study of Semi-Slant Submanifolds in locally conformal K¨ahler Manifolds
  • N. Saranya, (λ, μ)-statistical convergence of double sequences in n-normed spaces over non-Archimedean fields
  • R. Sakthipriya, On statistical Mλm,n,p summability for triple sequences over non-Archimedean fields
  • Ramakrishnan Kalaichelvan, Generalized Hyers–Ulam–Rassias stability of Euler-Lagrange type cubic functional equation in non-Archimedean Quasi-Banach Spaces
  • Balaanandhan Radhakrishnan, Coincidence Point theorems in Partially Ordered Ultrametric Spaces
  • Bharath Goudar, Time-dependent magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) combined convection flow of an Eyring-Powell nanofluid across an impulsively rotating sphere,optimizing entropy under the influence of activation energy
  • Aditya Sharma, A Uniform Haar Wavelet Technique to Solve a System of Partially Singularly Perturbed Problems
  • Pravash Jena, Inference on the Ratio of Variances of Two Normal Populations witha Common Unknown Mean
  • M Mukil, A critique on Retrial Queueing Models
  • V. J. Jasmy, A modern parametric ranking procedure for intuitionistic fuzzy numbers and implementation in decision making problems
  • M. Shafiya, Extended Dissipative Performance of Fractional-order Neural Networks via LMI Approach
  • K.G. Lavanya, Kernel induced fast and robust intuitionistic fuzzy c-means clustering for medical image segmentation
  • M. Nandhini, A novel approach of segmenting medical images using fast and robust intuitionistic fuzzy c-means clustering
  • M.M. Shalini, On a class of variable delay fuzzy fractional stochastic differential system with non-instantaneous impulses
  • Praveen James Sanga, Numerical investigation of forced convection turbulent flow over a heated a microprocessor chip embedded with semi-circular fin
  • Rakesh Kumar, Analysis of Non-self-adjoint Bent Waveguide Eigenvalue Problem
  • Abilasha Balakumar, The dynamics of the fractional-order SEIQR malware spread model on wireless sensor networks
  • K Nandhini, Multi-server PHF queueing model controlled by energy harvesting as a model of unreliable data file transmission in IoT cloud
  • N Vimalraj, Performance Analysis of Markovian Queuing model With I-Retrial Queue
  • R Chithraponnu, Platelet substitution model with subtypes of A for age-dependent demand
  • S. P. Subhapriya, M/M/1/K/N interdependent queueing model with vacation and controllable arrival rates
  • S. Nivetha Therasal, Poisson input and exponential service time finite population interdependent queueing model with breakdown and controllable arrival rates
  • K. H Rahim, M/M (a,b) /2/K interdependent queueing model with controllable arrival rates
  • S. Sobia, A Deterministic Inventory Model for Deteriorating Items with a Generalized Exponential Decreasing Demand, Constant Holding Cost and Constant Deterioration Rate
  • Sunil Benawadi, Bioconvection in a nonlinear convective flow of Eyring-Powell nanoliquid with entropy analysis
  • Shweta Singh, Quasi bi-slant submanifolds of para-Kenmotsu manifolds
  • Praveen Kumar Rajan, A Fractional Order Human Papillomavirus Model with Caputo Derivative
  • M. Antonyronika, Dissipative filter design for linear discrete-time interconnected system
  • Abdul Faiz Ansari, Darcy-Brinkman Model for Anisotropic Rotating Porous Channel Under the Influence of Magnetic Field
  • S. Koushika Dhevi, Stability and hyperstability of generalized Drygas functional equation on non-Archimedean normed space
  • Pooja Gupta, A note on transversal hypersurfaces of para-Kenmotsu manifolds
  • Vinay Kumar, Conformal eta -ricci soliton on Lorentzian-para Kenmotsu manifolds
  • E. Muthu Meena Lakshmanan, Generalized lambda  statistical convergence via ideal sequence of functions over non-Archimedean fields
  • Sunita Das, Characterization of first order 2-dimensional neutral delay difference systems
  • Abin Thomas, A green energy circular system with carbon capturing and waste minimization in a smart grid power management
  • K. Priya, Generalization of restrained triple connected outer perfect domination number for square of cartesian product graphs
  • L. Praveenkumar, Probing the corona domination number for the Cartesian product of graphs
  • S. Kaviya, TCC-Domination Number on Triangular Grid and Sierpinski Gasket
  • T. Ponnuchamy, Analogizing of OPCATD-number with graph coloring
  • Sumit Chandok, Some best proximity point results via measure of noncompactness
  • P. Elumalai, Stability of Duodecic Functional Equation in non-Archi-medean Normed Spaces:A Fixed Point Approach
  • Lakhveer Kaur, Dynamical analysis for solutions of a new extension of (3+1)-dimensional Ito equation
  • J. Grayna, A study on Ulam stability of fractional integro derivative impulsive Cohen–Grossberg neural network model
  • A. Ramachandran, Stability of a Jensen Type Cubic and Quartic Functional Equation over Non-Archimedean Normed Space
  • Hardeepbhai J. Khachar, Order of rational and multiple rational Fourier coefficients of functions of Phi -bounded variation
  • Keerthiga.S,  Two Phase of Service in M/G/1 Queueing System with Retrial Customers
  • Natarajan, E., Algebraic mulitigrid method for virtual element discretization of the convection-diffusion equation
  • R. Saravanan, A comparative study of various ranking methods of hexadecagonal fuzzy numbers with work allocation problem
  • J Singh Junias, Computation of weighted Szeged type descriptors of titanium oxide nanosheets
  • M P Rahul, QSPR and stability analysis of large cycloarene oligomers using topological indices and associated graph entropy
  • Virendra Singh Chouhan, Under mixed monotone mapping some results on coupled fixed point theorem
  • Kaviya Sri Suthagar, Sustainable circular supply chain with emission control and waste reduction from the healthcare industry using AI drone
  • R Syed Aamir Adnan, Forecasting of Rainfall in Chennai using Takagi-Sugeno Fuzzy Inference System
  • Sudhir Singh, Localized Nonlinear Wave structures in a (3+1)D Kadomtsev-Petviashvili-Boussinesq Model
  • P Ezhilarasan, A sustainable three-layer circular economic models with controllable waste, emission and wastewater from textile and clothing industry
  • K S Vishnupriya , Sustainable smart mobile phone model with product recovery, emission reduction and waste reduction by 3R technologies: A circular economy perspective
  • A. Manigandan, Influence of MHD on hybrid nanofluid (SWCNT+MWCNT/ H2O) flow over an exponentially elongated sheet with slip conditions
  • V Pavithra, Magnetohydrodynamic effects on thermal radiation water-based hybrid nanofluid in a rotating system: Analytical Approach
  • S. Immaculate, Maximizing System Size to Solve the Automobile Assembly Line Issue with Encouraged Arrival
  • Najaf Ali Wani, A biodiesel circular economic model using green and energy saving with zero emission and waste by Microwave 3R Technology: A case study in municipal solid waste management
  • Srivally Adurthy, Analysis of the electroosmotic flow of a Casson fluid in a variable microchannel with zeta potential
  • N. Sindhuja, Optimization of shortages in a fuzzy inventory management system through sign distance method in python programming language
  • S. Swathi, MATLAB and Python comparison of a fuzzy inventory model with time-dependent demand and partial surplus for deteriorating items
  • Ajit Kumar Gupta, Generalizations of Chainability and Compactness, and the Hypertopologies
  • Sujata Kushwaha , Analytical solutions of two-dimensional solute transport with spatially and temporarily dependent dispersion in heterogeneous porous media
  • D Kavin Jacob, Neighborhood sum-based entropies of zeolite MER using Shannon’s approach
  • Gautam Singh, Direct Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Singularly Perturbed Parabolic Problems
  • Manas Kumar Giri, Inclusion theorems of certain integral transform related to normalized hypergeometric functions

Registered Participants (excluding invited speakers).

  1. Nirmala Manoj Kavathekar
  2. Somya
  3. Divyadevi T
  4. Athira Satheesh K
  5. Rashid A
  6. Umar Mohd Khan
  7. Akash Meher
  8. Bharath Goudar
  9. Bhadramma R. Pattanashetti
  10. Asha G. Adaki
  11. Vyshakha Elluru
  12. Puja Solaiappan
  13. Rani Teli
  14. Ramesh Oraon
  15. M. Arrutselvi
  16. Sayantan Maity
  17. Subhapriya S P
  18. Dr. Sunil Benawadi
  19. Rakesh Kumar
  20. Aditya Sharma
  21. Hardeepbhai J Khachar
  22. E. Muthu Meena Lakshmanan
  23. Abilasha P B
  24. Saravanan S
  25. Praveen Kumar Rajan
  26. G Sivanesan
  27. Sneha Gupta
  28. Arunkumar M
  29. N Sasikala
  30. S Priyadharshini
  31. S Balamani
  32. C Dhanalakshmi
  33. S Jagathish
  34. D Kavin Jacob
  35. Poornima P
  36. P Elumalai
  37. Shalu Yadav
  38. Priya G Krishnan
  39. Koushika Dhevi S
  40. Sudha Y
  41. Rashmi Ranjan Sahoo
  42. Dr. T. Thulasiram
  43. Pooja Yadav
  44. Balaanandhan R
  45. K. Ramakrishnan
  46. Harshita Bhardwaj
  47. Shweta Singh
  48. Sunita Das
  49. T. G. Bhaskar
  50. K. Ramakrishnan
  51. Prithwiraj Halder
  52. V. Vijayanand
  53. Mridula Mundalia
  54. R. Parvatham
  55. Pooja Gupta
  56. Saravanan V
  57. A. Manigandan
  58. Vinay Kumar
  59. Koneti Yakaiah
  60. Pravash Jena
  61. Janani B B
  62. Daniel P
  63. Kousalya R
  64. R Syed Aamir Adhan
  65. R . Theivaraman
  66. Bharanidharan R
  67. Asha Sebastian
  68. Sudhir Singh
  69. Najaf Ali Wani
  70. A. Ramachandran
  71. Vimal Kumar M
  72. Chithraponnu R
  73. Keerthiga S
  74. R. Sakthipriya
  75. N. Saranya
  76. K. Sreelakshmi
  77. Neha
  78. Anandasrinivasan S
  79. Madhumitha S
  80. S. Sambasiva Rao
  81. M. Antonyronika
  82. Damini Gupta
  83. Suriyapriya K
  84. Shrilekha E
  85. Dr. R. Gowthami
  86. Ezilarasan P
  87. Rahul M P
  88. Junias J Singh
  89. Abin Thomas
  90. Jyotsna Kumari Bharti
  91. Rajesh Kumar T
  92. Harini C
  93. Surya Giri
  94. Neenu Jose
  95. Abdul Faiz Ansari
  96. Rahim K H
  97. Dr. J Grayna
  98. Shalini M.M
  99. Sahaya Jenifer
  100. S. Karthikeyan
  101. P. Kavitha
  102. Pavitra V
  103. K.G. Lavanya
  104. M. Nandhini
  105. S. Nivetha Therasal
  106. Vishnupriya K S
  107. Kaviya Sri S
  108. Manas Kumar Giri
  109. Jasmy V.J
  110. T. Ponnuchamy
  111. L. Praveenkumar
  112. Kaviya S
  113. Shafiya M
  114. Nandhini K
  115. Ajit Kumar Gupta
  116. N . Vimalraj
  117. K Priya
  118. Gautam Singh
  119. Dibjoti Mondal
  120. Tamizhazhagan S
  121. Priyanka N C
  122. Arunachala Prasath C
  123.  K. Suchithra
  124. Sounarya Lakshmi
  125. Elizabeth Jeyanthi.T

Registration Fee

  • The registration fee for offline/on campus participants is ₹2500 for Research scholars, ₹3500 for Faculty Members and ₹5000 for participants from Industry. For online participants, the registration fee is ₹1250 for Research scholars, ₹1750 for Faculty Members and ₹2500 for participants from Industry.
  • For participants without presenting a paper, the fee is  ₹1000 for offline and  ₹500 for online participants.
  • Limited accommodation (on sharing basis) is available in the Institute Guest House/Hostels on payment. All correspondence regarding accomodation should be addressed to Prof. P. Saikrishnan (psai@nitt.edu).

Important Dates

  • Submission of abstract: November 10, 2022 November 25, 2022
  • Notification of acceptance: November 15, 2022 November 30, 2022
  • Last date for registration: December 2, 2022


  • Department of Mathematics, NIT Trichy


  • Limited accommodation (on sharing basis) are available in the Institute Guest House/Hostels on payment.


  • Prof. K. Murugesan, Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli – 620 015, Tamil Nadu. E-mail:murugu@nitt.edu