Dear RMS Members,
On behalf of the Executive Committee of RMS, I am pleased to inform you that the next EC of RMS, as recommended by the present EC, has been elected unopposed. The new EC consists of the following members:
PRESIDENT - Dinesh Singh, Delhi University, Delhi
VICE-PRESIDENT - S. Kesavan, IIT Madras, Chennai
SECRETARY - B. Sury, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore
TREASURER - C. Durairajan, Bharathidasan University, Trichy
ACADEMIC SECRETARY - A P Singh, Central University of Rajasthan, Jaipur
Ed.in-Chief, JRMS - Sujatha Ramdorai, University of British Columbia, Canada
MEMBER - K. Srinivas, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai
MEMBER - T Venkatesh, Rani Channamma University, Belgaum
MEMBER - Geetha Venkataraman, Ambedkar University, Delhi
The new EC will hold office for a period of three years w.e.f. April 1, 2016.
The ex-officio members of the EC (2016-2019) are:
Ravi Kulkarni, (Past President)
S. Ponnusamy, ISI, Chennai (Ed.-in-Chief, Mathematics Newsletter)
A K Agarwal, Punjab University (Ed.-in-Chief, RMS-Lecture Notes Series)
Pradipta Bandyopadhyay, ISI, Kolkata (Ed.-in-Chief, Little Mathematics Treasures)
R. Balakrishnan, Bharathidasan University (Founder Member)
E. Sampathkumar, Mysore (Founder Member).
The new EC looks forward to the continuing support of all the life members of RMS to help it carry the Society to greater heights. This is for your kind information.
Srinivas (Secretary In-Charge, RMS)
Maharanis Science College for Women organizing a UGC sponsored National Conference on Energy of Graphs during 11-03-16 to 12-03-16. For details of the conference please find the attached brochure.
Research papers on any topic of Graph Theory are invited for presentation in the conference. Full papers are published in a journal with ISSN number/ book with ISBN number.
For further details of the conference please visit the Conference Website HERE.
with best regards
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Announcing RMS workshop on "Some high points of Undergraduate Mathematics education". IISER Mohali, May 14, 2015.
Proof without Words is the central theme for the first issue of At Right Angles for 2015 (Issue IV-1). Quite a challenge even for those accustomed to crisp and succinct arguments. Check out the collection of visual proofs we have assembled for the March issue. We also feature an interesting way to calculate square roots and cube roots. ‘Paradoxes’ links language and math and this is followed by a thought provoking article on ‘Generalization and Specialization’. With this issue we begin a new series called ‘Low Floor High Ceiling Tasks’. Mark Kleiner has reviewed ‘Love and Math’ Regular features continue and the pullout continues the two part series on geometry. The link to the soft copy is http://teachersofindia.org/en/periodicals/right-angles-march-2015 . .
We have now crossed 1500 regular readers who receive the magazine -apart from the many who download soft copies. If you are not so already and would like to be on our subscriber’s list and receive the hard copy regularly please do mail your postal address to AtRightAngles@apu.edu.in Please note that the mailing of hard copies is restricted to India.Our discussion group on FaceBook sees some interesting problems being posted. To join, go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/829467740417717/ and "Join". You need a Facebook account and would have to sign in. You can also search for "AtRiUM: At Right Angles, Us and Math" in Facebook.
RMS Workshop on
Morse Functions and Handle-body Decomposition of Manifolds
May 12 – 13, 2015
Apply from HERE.
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