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International conference on mathematics to be held in Kathmandu

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An international conference on applications of mathematics to nonlinear sciences is going to be held in Kathmandu on May 26-29, 2016 (http://anmaweb.org/AMNS-2016/). The conference particularly focuses on the research related to the application of Mathematics to natural and health sciences, engineering and finance. The conference is first of its kind to be held in Nepal and brings well-known scientific research communities together for the dissemination of their research to promote and train young mathematicians for the research in various areas of mathematical sciences and it also aims to provide possible avenues of collaboration with the researchers around the world. The conference consists of a workshop in Mathematical Biology, several principal, plenary and special invited talks from the experts working in diverse research areas, some invited and contributed talks and a poster session.

About 200 participants working on several areas of mathematical sciences from around the globe have registered for the conference. The participants are from USA, Canada, UK, Japan, Hungary, Czech Republic, India, Germany, Taiwan, South Korea, South Africa, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Turkey, Sri Lanka,, Malaysia and Nepal etc. The conference is organized jointly by Association of Nepalese Mathematicians in America (ANMA), Nepal Mathematical Society (NMS), Central Department of Mathematics of Tribhuvan University and Mathematics Group in the Department of Natural Sciences of Kathmandu University.

The conference is going to be held at Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM), Kathmandu, Nepal. The Society for Mathematical Biology and DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) have provided partial travel support for students and early career faculty. The conference has been partially funded by University Grants Commission (UGC), Nepal; Non-Resident Nepali National Coordination Council (NRN NCC-USA); Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST); Sukunda Prakashan, Kathmandu, Nepal; National School of Sciences (NIST), Kathmandu, Nepal; Makalu Travels; Aagam Prakashan and Lusha Press, Kathmandu, Nepal; and Nashville Nepalese Association, Nashville, Tennessee, USA.