Mr. Indranil Ghosh - Applied mathematics, Fractional Calculus - Best Researcher AwardūüŹÜ

Professional profile:

Early Academic Pursuits

His embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from West Bengal State University, achieving a First Class distinction in 2013. He further pursued his academic aspirations by obtaining a Master's in Mathematics with coursework from Karnataka State Open University in 2015, once again graduating with First Class honors.

Professional Endeavors

In 2019, Ghosh began his career as a Research Assistant at the International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM), where he contributed significantly to research in photothermal analysis of nanofluid for improved thermal efficiency in solar thermal collectors. His role involved applying the Haar wavelet method for mathematical modeling and simulation of heat transfer equations.

Continuing his academic journey, His transitioned to Sunway University Malaysia in 2022 as a Teaching Assistant and Researcher. Here, he engaged in both teaching responsibilities and active research endeavors in the field of Mathematical Sciences for his ongoing Ph.D. program.

Contributions and Research Focus

His research interests primarily revolve around mathematical modeling and numerical analysis. His publications demonstrate expertise in developing novel iterative methods for solving complex chemical kinetics systems, chaos models in fluid dynamics, HIV infection dynamics, stochastic epidemic models, and multispecies population dynamics models. Notably, his research has been published in reputable journals and conference proceedings, indexed by SCOPUS and ISI.

His work encompasses various domains such as numerical treatment of chaos models, numerical investigations of infectious disease dynamics, and evaluations of population dynamics models through numerical simulations, showcasing a versatile skill set in applied mathematics.

Accolades and Recognition

His dedication and contributions to the field have earned him recognition and validation through publications in reputable journals and conferences. The papers he authored or co-authored have been cited and referenced by peers, underscoring their relevance and impact within the scientific community.

Impact and Influence

His research contributions have significantly advanced the understanding and application of numerical methods in solving intricate problems across multiple domains, including kinetics, epidemiology, and population dynamics. His work has paved the way for improved numerical treatments and innovative methodologies in these fields.

Legacy and Future Contributions

His legacy lies in his pioneering contributions to numerical analysis and mathematical modeling, particularly in addressing complex problems in various scientific disciplines. His ongoing Ph.D. program at Sunway University Malaysia indicates a commitment to furthering his research and making substantial contributions to the field of Mathematical Sciences in the foreseeable future.

Notable Publications 

An evaluation of multispecies population dynamics models through numerical simulations using the new iterative method

On the analysis of a heterogeneous coupled network of memristive Chialvo neurons

Renormalization of the Two-Dimensional Border-Collision Normal Form

Accurate Numerical Treatment on a Stochastic SIR Epidemic Model with Optimal Control Strategy

Dynamical Effects of Electromagnetic Flux on Chialvo Neuron Map: Nodal and Network Behaviors

A Modified Iterative Algorithm for Numerical Investigation of HIV Infection Dynamics

Numerical Treatment on a Chaos Model of Fluid Flow Using New Iterative Method

Numerical Bifurcation Analysis of Improved Denatured Morris-Lecar Neuron Model

A novel iterative method for solving chemical kinetics system

Citations 

A total of  36 citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

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Indranil Ghosh – Applied mathematics, Fractional Calculus – Best Researcher Award

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