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The Department of Mathematics is focussed on research and graduate and undergraduate education. The Department offers BS-MS program, an integrated PhD program, and a PhD program. The faculty members are engaged in research in diverse areas of mathematics like Algebraic Geometry, Differential Geometry, Harmonic Analysis, Number Theory, Representation Theory, and Topology.
We have initiated Ph.D. program in Mathematics, since August 2017, and Integrated PhD program, since August 2018. We also offer Postdoctoral positions.
Our faculty has contributed in national level training programs in Mathematics, and we are actively involved in organizing national and international conferences, and summer schools. We have weekly research seminars, and have an active visitor‘s program to accommodate research visits of eminent Mathematicians.
Algebra, Geometry, and Number theory (Anilatmaja Aryasomayajula, Venketasubramanian C G, and Souradeep Majumder, Shalini Bhattacharya)
The members of this research group are broadly interested in representation theory of p-adic groups, automorphic forms, Galois representations, algebraic geometry, and theory of vector bundles.
Geometry and Topology (Subhash B and Gururaja H A)
Currently the members of this group have research interests in the areas of bundle theory, vector field problem, Riemannian geometry and Ricci flow.
Harmonic Analysis (Lakshmi Lavanya R)
Members of this group are interested in Harmonic Analysis on locally compact groups, in particular, on locally compact Abelian groups and the Heisenberg group.
Homotopy theory and Algebraic Geometry (Girja Shanker Tripathi)
The research in this area is at the interface of algebraic geometry and algebraic topology. The abstract foundations of homotopy theory allow one to employ techniques from algebraic topology in the study of some aspects of algebraic varieties. Presently at IISER Tirupati research in this area is about invariants of algebraic varieties given by algebraic K-theory, Witt theory and algebraic cobordism.