All the accepted and registered paper will be publish in "Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing", Springer book series which is indexed by SCOPUS and DBLP. Some selected and extended version papers will be published in special issue of "International Journal of Fuzzy System (SCIE IF:3.085)", and extended version of Best Paper/ Best student Paper will be published by "Pattern Recognition Letter SCI IF:2.810".



DST-SERB Sponsored (TA/DA to Young and Senior Indian Scientists will be provided)

23-24 December 2020 (Through Online), National Institute Of Technology Agartala

Organised by Department of Mathematics, NIT Agartala

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About The Conference

The Department of Mathematics, NIT Agartala, organise the “International Conference on Applied Mathematics and Computational Intelligence – (ICAMCI-2020)”, during March 19th & 20th, 2020 (Thursday & Friday). The primary goal of the conference is to promote the recent advances and research result in the field of Applied Mathematics and Computational Intelligence, and also to bring together experts from academic institutions, industries and research organizations and professional engineers for sharing of knowledge, expertise and experience in the emerging trends related to application of Applied Mathematics and Computational Intelligence. The conference is structured as plenary and keynote speeches followed by parallel sessions. The keynote speeches will be delivered by the eminent personalities at international level invited to introduce the theme of the conference. Each parallel session starts with an invited talk on a specific topic followed by contributed papers. All accepted and registered papers will be published in the conference proceedings that will be published by the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Springer book series. After the conference some good quality paper will be shortlisted and the extended version will be invited to submit in the special edition of "International Journal of Fuzzy System" SCI-E indexing journal with IF 3.085. Also extended version of Best Paper/ Best student Paper will be published by SCI Indexing journal "Pattern Recognition Letter" with IF 2.810.

About National Institute of Technology Agartala

The National Institute of Technology, Agartala or NIT Agartala in short, is an institute of national Importance setup by Ministry of Human Resource Development Government of India in 2006 by upgrading the erstwhile Tripura Engineering College, while Tripura Engineering College was founded in 1965. The Conference will be held in the Department of Mathematics, NIT Agartala, Tripura-799046, India .

About Mathematics Department, NIT Agartala

The initialization of the Mathematics Department happened along with NIT Agartala in 2006, formerly Tripura Engineering College, and a revered Institute since inception and completed its glorious fifty years, established in 1965. Mathematics Department is continuously motivated towards excellence in research and teaching and has accomplished in this venture to a large extent. Budding progressively, at the moment the Department teaches Mathematics to under graduate and post graduate students. From the academic year 2019-20, the Department has renamed its under graduate and post graduate programme called BS-MS (Mathematics and Computing) and M.Sc. (Mathematics and Computing) respectively. The Department has highly qualified faculty members consisting of 5 associate professors, 10 assistant professors, and 1 teaching assistant. In their pursuit of research the faculty members are doing an extensive study in vast and diverse fields. The Departemnt has recieved DST FIST grant of amount Rs. 49 lakhs. The Department recieved various projects from different funding agencies like SERB, BRNS, UGC, CSIR, MNRE etc.

Conference Track

Computational Intelligence

Artificial Intelligent, Deep Learning, Hybrid Intelligent Systems, Intelligence and Cybersecurity, Knowledge-Based System, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Geo Informatics, Bio Informatics, Hydro Informatics, Mechatronics, Pattern Recognition, Social Network Analysis, State Space Search, Bayesian Networks, Vision and Perception, Big Data Analysis, Cognitive Systems, Constraint Satisfaction, Data Mining, Signal Processing, Evolutionary algorithms, Intuitionistic detected system.

Area 2
Applied Mathematics

Game Theory, Finance Mathematics, Biomathematics, Operations Research, Optimization Techniques and Control, Numerical and Semi-Numerical Algorithms, Computational fluid dynamics, High speed communication, Reliability Theory, Queuing theory, Information Theory, Logistic Network, Industrial financial and medical applications, Modelling simulation and optimization, Robustness and evolvability of biological networks.

Area 3
Fuzziness and uncertainty

Soft Computing, Fuzzy Systems, Uncertainty Theory, Fuzzy hardware and architectures, Fuzzy data analysis, Fuzzy clustering, Type-2 fuzzy sets, granular computing, fuzzy analytics and visualization, Fuzzy optimization, Multi-criteria decision making, Fuzzy logical and its application, Fuzzy Modelling, Fuzzy information processing, Information retrieval, Speech and signal processing, Rough sets, Imprecise probabilities, Possibilities approaches.
Area 4
Pure Mathematics

Complex analysis, Computational Geometry, Computing Theory, Differential Geometry, Dynamical systems and chaos, Fixed Point Theory, Topology, Fractals and Bifurcations, Functional Analysis, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations, Numerical solution of ODEs and PDEs, Probability and Statistics, Real Analysis, Stochastic Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Lie Algebra.

Event Venue

Department of Mathematics


Things to do in Tripura

Tripura Sundari Temple

Tripura Sundari Temple is a Hindu temple of Goddess Tripura Sundari, better known locally as Devi Tripureshwari. The temple is situated in the ancient city of Udaipur, about 55 km from  Agartala , Tripura and can be reached by train and road from Agartala. It is believed to be one of the holiest Hindu shrines in this part of the country. Popularly known as Matabari, the shrine is set upon a small hillock, since the shape of a hillock resembles the hump of a tortoise (Kurma) and this shape called Kurmapṛṣṭhākṛti is considered the holiest possible site for a Shakti temple, hence also bestowing the name of Kurma Pitha.

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Neermahal (Twijilikma Nuyung) (meaning "Water Palace") is a former royal palace built by Maharaja of Tripura Kingdom  Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Debbarma of the erstwhile Kingdom of Tripura, India in the middle of the lake Twijilikma (Now known as Rudrasagar) in 1930 and was completed by 1938. It is situated in  Melaghar, 53 kilometers away from Agartala, the capital of Tripura. The palace is situated in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake and assimilates Hindu architectural style.

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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Tripura, India of some 18.53 square kilometres (7.15 sq mi), about 25 kilometres (16 mi) from the city centre. It is a woodland with an artificial lake and natural botanical and zoological gardens. It is famous for its clouded leopard enclosures. The sanctuary contains a variety of birds, primates, and other animals. It gives shelter to about 150 species of birds and the unique bespectacled monkey,  Phayre's langur. The sanctuary has been developed both as a wildlife sanctuary and as an academic and research centre. About 150 species of birds live in the sanctuary, and migratory birds visit in winter. Initiated in 1972 the sanctuary has five sections: carnivores, primates, ungulates, reptiles and aviary.

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The Ujjayanta Palace

The Ujjayanta Palace is a museum and the former palace of the Kingdom of Tripura situated in  Agartala , which is now the capital of the Indian state of Tripura. The palace was constructed between 1899 and 1901 by the King of Tripura, Maharaja  Radha Kishore Manikya Debbarma under Martin and Burn Co. (now, Martin Burn Limited) and stands on the banks of two lakes surrounded by gardens inspired by the Mughal style. The palace was purchased from the royal family by the Government of Tripura in 1972–73 for Rs. 2.5 million, and used to house the State Legislative Assembly until July 2011. Ujjayanta Palace is now a State Museum and it primarily showcases the lifestyle, arts, culture, tradition and utility crafts of communities residing in northeast India, along with a lot of stone sculptures, coinage of the Manikya dynasty and some other artefacts.

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Prof. H. K. Sharma

Chief Patron
Director, NIT Agartala

Dr. A. K. Saha

TEQIP-III Coordinator
NIT Agartala

Dr. P. Bhattacharya

Organising Chairman
NIT Agartala

Dr. U. K. Bera

Organising Secretary
NIT Agartala

Other committee members


Dr. Uttam Kumar Bera
Associate Professor, Mathematics Department
National Institute of Technology Agartala
Mobile: +91-8250950197

Dr. Paritosh Bhattacharya
Associate Professor, Mathematics Department
National Institute of Technology Agartala
Mobile: +91-8974060361