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International Workshop on Mathematics and Statistics is a peer reviewed academic event held annually. The workshop is a part of **International Conference of Basic Sciences ** which consists of three separate workshops of different disciplines.

All the papers are peer reviewed. And originality reports of the papers are obtained using the **Turnitin ** originality checker computer program.

Reviewer comments together with the originality report of your paper will be e-mailed to you.

Selected papers will be published on our online journal.

** For the current issue of "Journal of Mathematics and Statistics" CLICK HERE **

- Applied Mathematics
- Biomathematics
- Financial Engineering/Financial Mathematics/Quantitative Finance
- Formalization of Mathematics
- Foundation of Mathematics
- Mathematics
- Mathematical Software Design and Implementation
- Mathematical Modeling
- Mathematical Physics
- Pure Mathematics

- Applied Statistics
- Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
- Business Statistics
- Computational Statistics
- Data Mining
- Econometrics
- Environmental Statistics
- Industrial Statistics
- Industrial Quality Control
- Mathematical Statistics
- Modeling and Simulation
- Operations Research
- Probability
- Quantitative Methods

- Numerical Analysis
- Mathematical Computational Techniques
- Fluid Mechanics
- Heat and Mass Transfer
- Differential Equations (ODEs and PDEs)
- Mathematical Physics
- Dynamical System & Chaos
- Educational Mathematics

- Banach algebras
- Abstract Harmonic Analysis
- Geometry of Banach spaces
- Algebra & Mathematical Logic
- Functional Analysis
- Set Theory
- Matrix Theory
- Approximation Theory

- Number Theory
- pplied Algebra
- Cryptography
- Group Theory

- Arithmetical Algebraic Geometry
- Arakelov geometry
- Mixed Tate motives
- p-adic methods in arithmetical algebraic geometry
- Ramification theory of arithmetic varieties

- Algebraic Number Theory
- Rings of algebraic integers
- Analytic number theory
- Sieve Theory, automorphic forms, distribution statistics
- Diophantine approximation, asymptotic group theory
- Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry
- Iwasawa Theory of Galois representations and their deformations
- Equivariant Tamagawa Number Conjecture
- Euler and Kolyvagin system

- Combinatorial design theory
- Metamorphosis, embeddings, intersections, defining sets, and trades of designs
- Graph theory, in particular decompositions
- Combinatorial design theory
- Combinatorial computing
- Search algorithms for designs with given properties
- Random graphs, in particular random proximity catch graphs and digraphs

- Partial Differential Equations
- Nonlinear Problems of Mathematical Physics
- Dissipative Dynamical Systems
- Scattering of classical and quantum waves
- Wavelet analysis
- Molecular dynamics

- Differential geometric, topologic, and algebraic methods used in quantum mechanics
- Geometric phases and dynamical invariants
- Supersymmetry and its generalizations
- Pseudo - Hermitian quantum mechanics
- Quantum cosmology

- Mathematics of Finance
- Stochastic Flows and Random Velocity Fields
- Epidemic Protocols
- Data Traffic

- Geometry
- Topology
- Algebraic Geometry
- Game Theory
- Differential Geometry
- Fractals
- Topology of low-dimensional manifolds
- Lefschetz fibrations
- Symplectic and contact structures
- Stein fillings
- Low dimensional topology
- Symplectic topology and geometry
- Seiberg - Witten theory
- Floer homology
- Topology of 3-manifolds
- Minimal Surfaces
- Foliation and Lamination Theory
- Hyperbolic Geometry

- Stochastic Systems
- Statistics
- Operations Research
- Optimization
- Linear and Nonlinear Programming
- Probability
- Financial Mathematics
- Acturial Mathematics
- Inference on Random Graphs
- Graph Theory
- Statistics
- Classification and Pattern Recognition
- Numeric Analysis
- Numerical Linear Algebra
- Numerical Optimization
- Perturbation Theory of Eigenvalues
- Eigenvalue Optimization
- Robust and nonparametric multivariate statistics
- Robust time series analysis
- Linear and generalized linear models
- Statistical computing, graphics and data mining
- Statistical inference based on divergence measures

August 15, 2017

Paper Submission Due

September 15, 2017

Acceptance Notification Due

September 28, 2017

Registration Due

October 28-29, 2017

Conference Dates