International Mathematics of Complex Systems in Bangalore

Mathematics

EADS Corporate Foundation has entered into a partnership agreement with the Centre for Applicable Mathematics of TIFR (TIFR-CAM) and the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences of TIFR (ICTS-TIFR) to create an international teaching and research chair titled Mathematics of Complex Systems.

The objectives of the Chair include developing innovative research involving theoretical and computational work in mathematics.

The agreement signing ceremony will take place at the Centre for Applicable Mathematics here on March one.

TIFR is engaged in research in frontier areas of the basic sciences. TIFR has three centres in Bangalore:Centre for Applicable Mathematics (CAM), National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), and International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS), a release said.

ICTS' aim is to foster excellence in the basic sciences by pursuing research in interdisciplinary areas, through its programmes and interactions.

The objectives of TIFR-CAM are to pursue high quality research in the various areas of applicable mathematics, to pro-actively interact with potential users of mathematics, and to provide education and training at various levels.

The EADS Corporate Foundation aims to develop ties between public and private research and invest in scientific projects of excellence. Since its creation, the EADS Corporate Foundation has supported over 120 scientific and technological research projects and has established 11 teaching and research chairs.

Please read our terms of use before posting comments
TERMS OF USE: The views, opinions and comments posted are your, and are not endorsed by this website. You shall be solely responsible for the comment posted here. The website reserves the right to delete, reject, or otherwise remove any views, opinions and comments posted or part thereof. You shall ensure that the comment is not inflammatory, abusive, derogatory, defamatory &/or obscene, or contain pornographic matter and/or does not constitute hate mail, or violate privacy of any person (s) or breach confidentiality or otherwise is illegal, immoral or contrary to public policy. Nor should it contain anything infringing copyright &/or intellectual property rights of any person(s).
comments powered by Disqus