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AMNS-2016 May 26-29, 2016 -Concluded in a Grand Success

International Conference on Applications of Mathematics to Nonlinear Sciences (AMNS-2016)
The chief guest of the program, Prof. Dr. Jeevraj Pokhral (Vice-chancellor, NAST), inaugurated the International Conference of Mathematics to Non-linear Sciences (AMNS-2016) on May 26, 2016. Nepal Mathematical Society (NMS), the Association of Nepalese Mathematicians in America (ANMA), the Central Department of Mathematics (CDM) at Tribhuvan University, and Mathematics Division at Kathmandu University (KU) have jointly organized the conference. In the four day long conference held at Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM), a total of 139 papers were presented by the mathematicians and scientists of 17 different countries, including Nepal.
In his welcome speech in the inaugural session, Prof. Dr. Tanka Nath Dhamala (President, NMS) expressed his pleasure to organize such a mega event in Nepal which brought together the mathematicians and scientists around the globe. He emphasized on the possible collaboration of Nepalese mathematicians with the foreign experts. Apologizing for not being able to include many interested people in the conference, he promised for the continuation of such conferences in Nepal in the days to come so as to include more participants from Nepal and abroad. In her remarks, Prof. Dr. Sudha Tripathi (Rector, TU) admired the high energy and motivation of Nepalese mathematicians and expressed her best wishes for the successful completion of the program. The chief guest Prof. Dr. Pokhrel was fascinated by the topic of the conference, and gave many examples of linear and non-linear phenomena in daily life and said that mathematics is the spine of science and technology.
Along with a workshop in Mathematical Biology, many parallel sessions were held at the conference in different areas of Mathematics and Science such as Analysis, Topology, Mathematics Education, Statistics, Big-data, Optimization, Operation Research, Quantitative Finance, Biomedical Science, Biophysics, Geophysics and Public Health. During the conference banquet, Prof. Dr. Kedar Nath Upreti expressed his pleasure to have such a great event in Nepal and thanked all the participants. In the closing session on May 29, five winners of Poster Sessions, Mr. Raj K. Pradhan, Shiva P. Neupane, Chet Nath Tiwari, Sharmila Shrestha and Hari P. Gnawali were awarded. President of ANMA, Dr. Dhruba Adhikari thanked all the volentieers and the entire team of NATHM for the great help and the hospitality during the conference. Receiving the token of appreciation, the Executive Director of NATHM, Mr. Choodamani Kattel thanked the president of NMS, Prof. Dhamala and all other convenors for organizing the conference at NATHM. Many Nepalese participants expressed their views that the disseminations of results of Mathematics in the diverse areas of Natural and Social Sciences have motivated Nepalese students towards Mathematical research.



















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