The International Conference on Computational Modeling & Simulation
The Research & Development Centre for Mathematical Modeling, Faculty of Science, University of Colombo organized a special session on Modeling and Simulation in Health and Biological Modeling in collaboration with Department of Clinical Medicine, Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo and Centre for Dengue Research, Faculty of Medicine, University Sri Jayewardenepura.
The session enabled researchers from diverse fields and policymakers to share and learn about three key challenges facing Sri Lanka, the developing countries and also that have an impact globally.
The Research & Development Centre for Mathematical Modeling, Faculty of Science, University of Colombo organized a special session on Modeling and Simulation in Urban Health, Climate and Environment in collaboration with Department of Clinical Medicine, Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo and Department of Architecture, University of Moratuwa.
Quantum computation adopts an entirely different approach than classical computation, and its capability of implementing superfast algorithms has been proved both theoretically and experimentally. A significant number of researchers are currently involved with research on quantum computation and quantum information. Thus, the conference allocated a special session for this particular area, as there is a high possibility that quantum computation might be the computational paradigm of the future. The session provided a platform for experts and novices to meet together and share the results.
In the modern world, Mathematical Modeling concept is being used in various industries as a cost effective experimental tool. This special session provided a unique platform to exchange and share knowledge and experiences of Mathematical Modeling in various industries.
The International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches in Science
Quantum computers have provided promising solutions to several hard mathematical problems, which are intractable on even the most powerful classical computers. Being a highly cross-disciplinary field, quantum computing has drawn the attention of mathematicians, physicists, computer scientists and engineers.
The objectives of the special session on quantum computing in ICMAS 2021 are two-fold. It provides a platform for quantum computing researchers to share their recent results. Meanwhile, it is aimed at educating and facilitating the enthusiasts with the fundamentals and primary experience on using quantum computing platforms.
Organizer: The Research and Development Center for Mathematics Modeling in collaboration with Faculty of Science, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The Research & Development Centre for Mathematical Modeling and the Faculty of Science University of Colombo, Sri Lanka in collaboration with the South Asian University, New Delhi, India organized an International Symposium on Applied Mathematics, Modeling, Analysis and Simulations.
The Research & Development Centre for Mathematical Modeling in collaboration with the Faculty of Science is organizing a Symposium on Infectious Diseases Modeling.
Symposium on Infectious Diseases Modeling aimed to bring together academics, researchers and young research scholars to exchange and share their knowledge and experiences on all aspects of Infectious Diseases Modeling. This also provided a multidisciplinary platform for academics / researchers / professionals to present recent model developments as well as challenges encountered and possible solutions in the area of Infectious Diseases Modeling.