AMU research scholars win top awards in Bikaner
Aligarh, November 7: Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) research scholars from the Department of Mathematics bagged the best paper prizes in two different categories at the ?International Conference of the Society for Special Functions & amp; their Applications? held at Bikaner in Rajasthan.
While Dr Mahvish Ali received the ?Aruna Gupta Prize for Best Paper Presentation?, Mr Shakeel Ahmad Naikoo was conferred with the ?Best Paper Presentation Prize?.
Dr Ali has been awarded on the basis of the contents of the paper, overall presentation and importance of the work in the present scenario. Mr Naikoo received the prize for his work on inequalities and bounds for the Voigt functions, which has important applications in Spectroscopy and Neutron Physics.
Dr Ali recently completed PhD under the supervision of Prof Subuhi Khan (Department of Mathematics, AMU). She has a number of publications in journals of national and international repute. Mr Naikoo is pursuing PhD under the supervision of Prof Khan.
The conference was attended by over 200 delegates from Canada, Netherlands, Hungry, Iran, Yemen and different parts of India. Distinguished mathematicians such as Prof A M Mathai (Canada), Prof Kalyan Chakraborty (HRI, Allahabad) and Prof P K Banerji (Emeritus Professor, Jodhpur) were the jury members.
AMU delegates Prof Subuhi Khan, Dr Nabiullah Khan, Dr Ghazala Yasmin, Dr Nusrat Raza, Dr Tarannum Kashmin, Ms Tabinda Nahid, Ms Umme Zainab, Mr Shahid Ahmad Wani, Mr Abdul Ghani, Mr Virendra Singh, Mr Shohrab Wali, Mr Owais Khan, Mr Raaghib and Mr Sirajul Haq were also present in the conference.
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