Centre for Advanced Research in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, MAHE, Manipal, India
CARAMS, MAHE will be organizing a two-week workshop, carrying a credit of 2 points, on the topic ‘Algorithms for Cooperative TU Games using Matrices and Graphs’ during December 20-31, 2021. This is in continuation of Prof. T E S Raghavan’s effort of organizing ‘Gurukulam’ for the last few years. The course will be organized in in-person/hybrid format depending on the prevailing COVID situation. For the same reason, the dates also remain to be flexible.
To provide an advanced input on integrating the following:
The course will be delivered through lectures on the topic in-depth and tutorials.
A limited number (up to 20) of seriously interested students (Doctoral/Post-doctoral) with a good background of Linear Algebra and Calculus will be selected for participation in the workshop. They having basic knowledge of Markov Chains and Continuous Time Discrete Stochastic Process is appreciated.
Note: Certificates will be issued only to the participants who complete the tutorial assignments.
Financial Support: A few students (up to 6) will be partially sponsored by CARAMS, MAHE under Scientific Social Responsibility of different projects. Selection depends on the Supervisor/HOD’s recommendation describing the possible benefits to the candidate. Candidates aspiring the support may write to the Coordinator of CARAMS (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to T. E. S. Raghavan (email@example.com) immediately after the registration, attaching the necessary recommendation.
|Indian Students||6000 INR + GST|
|Foreign Students||300 USD|
There is no GST for the Faculty/Research Scholars/UG/PG Students of MAHE.
If required, will be arranged in the guest house (double accommodation with 500 INR per head)/new international hostel (appr. 600 INR per day)/first floor of a house (hall with a room, comparatively very cheap) at the occupant’s expense.
The following are prevailing COVID protocols (as of November 23, 2021) to be followed at the MAHE Campus. At the time of the beginning of conferences, the protocol may change subject to the situation. Delegates coming from outstation are required to note the same.
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