"Kanpur IIT professor on Mathematics and Statistics Peeyush Chandra said that students of all branches should be strong in mathematical principles and fundamentals to excel in their respective courses." according to The Hindu.
|IIT-Kanpur professor Peeyush Chandra speaking at a mathematics workshop
held at GMRIT, in Rajam of Srikakulam District on Friday. |
Photo: The Hindu
He urged them to work on physiological systems which would lead for further improvement in diagnosis of diseases, design and development of artificial human beings.
He attended as a chief guest for the two-day national workshop on “Recent Advances in Mathematics and Computational tools for Engineering (RAMCEA-2014)” which began on GMR Institute of Technology, Rajam, on Friday. He threw light on the recent trends in mathematics emphasising on applications of various computational tools. Speaking on this occasion, Dr. G. Radhakrishnamacharya, Professor of Mathematics, NIT, Warangal, said that physiological fluid dynamics would immensely help doctors, engineers, physicists and mathematicians.
Director for Education GMRVF S.B. Nagendra Parashar exhorted the participants to form a network of people to share knowledge of mathematics in engineering.
Speaking on the occasion, GMRIT principal C.L.V.R.S.V. Prasad, stressed on the need to attend such workshops to find the suitability of mathematics in field of engineering. Convener of the workshop Dr. R.L. Naidu reiterated the importance of mathematics for engineers.
Source: The Hindu