Mathematics
Research Areas
Algebra, Number Theory and Representation Theory:

Algebraic Number Theory, Automorphic Forms, LFunctions and their Special Values, Arithmetic Geometry, Motives, Galois Representations, Analytic Number Theory, Modular Forms

Finite Group Theory, Linear Algebraic Groups, Lie Groups & Lie Algebras, Representation Theory of Real, pAdic and Adelic Groups, Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups

Algebraic KTheory
Analysis and Differential Equations:
 Elliptic Partial Differential Equations, Nonlinear Analysis, Variational Methods, Shape Optimization
 Partial Differential Equations on Riemannian manifolds
 Stochastic Differential Equations
 Several Variables Complex Analysis
 Harmonic Analysis on Locally Symmetric Spaces
Geometry and Topology:
 Algebraic Geometry, Vector Bundles, Motivic Cohomology Triangulated Categories, Real Algebraic Geometry
 Knot Theory, Low Dimensional Topology
 Geometric aspects of Locally Symmetric Spaces
Discrete Mathematics:
 Cryptography, Combinatorics, Algorithms
 Statistical Designs, Software Testing
 Algebraic Geometric Coding Theory
 Spectral Graph Theory
Applicable mathematics:
 Probability Theory, Mathematical Finance, Dynamic Game Theory
 Queuing Theory, Stochastic Control, Large Deviation Theory
 Statistical Modeling and Inference, Survival Analysis, Reliability
Activities
1. Bahaskara Computer Lab, established under the FIST scheme of DST, Govt. of India was inaugurated on the Mathematics floor on May 10, 2017. A session on software "R" that is used in statistical computations was held on the same day. The lab will be used for instructional workshops on various computational softwares in the world of Mathematics.
Details of past and upcoming activities at the Bhaskara Lab can be found here.
2. Seminars:
We have regular seminars in Mathematics. Seminars range from elementary exposition on a topic (intended to undergraduate students) to research level topics. Click here for regular updates about seminars and colloquia organized by the mathematics department. For seminars of all disciplines at IISER Pune, click here.
3. Workshops / Symopsia / Conferences:
3. Workshops / Symopsia / Conferences:
Various sweminars and worksops are organized regularly in various areas to encourage interactions with other researchers in the field.
 Recent Trends in NonCommutative Algebra, June 1930, 2017
 InterIISER Mathematics Meet, May 1112, 2017
 Workshop on Hyperbolic Knot Theory (December 2015)
 Course on Econometrics: Modeling Financial Markets (SeptemberOctober 2015)
 Annual Mathematics Symposium
 Halfday inhouse symposium on MathFinance (March 2015)
 Oneday Symposium on Ktheory, May 2013
 IndoGerman Workshop (December 2010)
 Algebra Symposium (October 2, 2010)
 Workshop on Quantitative Analysis and Modelling in animal Sciences (QAMAS) and National Symposium on Theoretical and Mathematical Biology, October 2009, Yashada, Pune.
 Classification of Algebraic groups
We organise a summer workshop for students every year. The workshop is intended to expose undergraduate students to various areas of Mathematics.
1. Summer Workshop in Mathematics 2010
1. Summer Workshop in Mathematics 2010
Yearwise accounts of activites of the Mathematics group:
 Profile book 2012
 Profile book 2013
 Profile book 2014
 Profile book 2015
 Profile book 2016
 Profile book 2017
Enquiries about mathematics at IISER may be addressed to: Prof. A. Raghuram ( raghuram at iiserpune.ac.in )
Faculty Positions MoU with CMI: page [1] [2] [3]
Faculty Positions MoU with CMI: page [1] [2] [3]
