The subject of differential equations is the natural goal of
elementary calculus, and, most importantly, it is the source of
ideas and theories for studying the change in the real world. The
several questions naturally arise:
"What is a differential equation? How do differential
equations originate and what they represent? When encountered
with a differential equation, what does one do with it, how
does one do it, and what are the conclusions of such pursuit?"
"What is a differential equation? How do differential equations originate and what they represent? When encountered with a differential equation, what does one do with it, how does one do it, and what are the conclusions of such pursuit?"These questions signify three major aspects of the subject: Theory, Methods, and Applications. Therefore, in this workshop, first we introduce the basic aspects of the differential equations and challenges in solving them. Secondly, we try to answer how differential equations arise naturally in modelling real world problems viz. biological, epidemiological, social psychology, etc. in present scenario. Finally, we connect the subject with its emerging applications, especially use of Machine Learning (ML) and Quantum Computing (QC) in solving differential equations. Hence, this online workshop is meant to provide the foremost interdisciplinary colloquium for experts and young researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations in the emerging areas of differential equations.
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On the completion of this workshop, the participants will be aware of current challenges in handling differential equations analytically and numerically. Further, the participants will also be able to enhance their research productivity in these research areas. Moreover, the participants will be aware of the usage of the scientific tools such as QISKIT and ANACONDA in solving differential equations.
The workshop is suitable for fresher's (UG/PG including PhD scholars), Faculty Members, technical professionals, and Scientists in R&D organizations who are interested in the relevant research areas.