Madurai Kamaraj University, is on its relentless journey for the past 51 years surmounting hurdles of indigenous and
exotic nature on its way and has passed through the tests of accreditation towards reaching the status of excellence.
University is aware that the process of achieving excellence is continuous and therefore, all efforts are in progress to keep up the momentum. The University came into being through a bill passed in the Legislative Assembly of the State in the year 1965.
Madurai Kamaraj University is a Statutory University, established in 1965 by Govt. of Tamilnadu. It is recognized and funded by UGC and is a member of Association of Indian Universities. It has been reaccredited by NAAC with grade A.
The Directorate of Distance Education of this university was established in 1971 and has a student strength of about 1.20 lakhs.The University is accorded with the status of " University with Potential for Excellence "
The aim of the conference is to introduce research topics in the main streams of Algebra and Discrete Mathematics to young researchers especially PhD students, and encourage them to collaborate in teams lead by well-known mathematicians from various countries. To reach this aim, after some intensive talks on special topics, participants will be divided into groups and start work and research on some proposed related problems. Hopefully these collaborations will be continued after the conference.
The role of Algebra and Discrete Mathematics in the field of Mathematics has been rapidly increasing over several decades. In recent decades, the graphs constructed out of algebraic structure have been extensively studied by many authors and have become a major field of research. The benefit of studying these graphs is that one may find some results about the algebraic structures and the vice-versa. The tools of each have been used in the other to explore and investigate the problem in deep. This conference aims at providing an avenue for discussing recent advancements in these fields and exploring the possibility of effective interactions between these two areas.