Short Course

Introduction to basic principles of fluid mechanics

 by

Constantin  Fetecau & Dumitru Vieru

October 02 – November 29, 2017

Schedule: The course will consist of 18 lectures (each of 2 hours duration). The lectures will be on Monday (14:00-16:00) and Wednesday (14:00-16:00).

Course objectives: Provide a fundamental understanding of the principles of fluid mechanics with heat transfer due to convection, conduction and radiation.

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of vector analysis and partial differential equations.

Topics which will be covered:  Classical fluid mechanics is a branch of the continuum mechanics and it is based on the assumption that a fluid has a continuous structure. The fundamental property of fluids is that cannot be in equilibrium in a state of stress, therefore, the mutual action between two adjacent parts is not collinear to the normal at the common surface. The equations of motion of a general continuous medium lead to a system of differential equations which has to be satisfied by the velocity, density, pressure, etc. of an arbitrary fluid. In this course we shall consider the governing differential equations of the fluid flow, their derivation from fundamental axioms, and the various forms which they take under the assumptions concerning the fluid or the type of motion. Using the principles of classical fluid mechanics we shall present the basic equations of the fluid motion in a correct mathematical way and a concise form. The basic equations of fluid motion will be determined based on the following fundamental principles: (i) the continuum hypothesis; (ii) the conservation of mass; (iii) balance of momentum (Newton second law of motion);(iv) balance (conservation) of energy. Theoretical/practical aspects of fluid dynamics, the importance and utility of the governing equations (the Navier-Stokes equations) will be studied.

 

There is no registration fee for this course but we are restricted to limited number of participants. Undergraduate students and graduate students are encouraged to attend this course. For registration, please contact:events@sms.edu.pk.

 

Short Course

Tensor and exterior products of vector spaces

             by

            Johann Davidov

October – November, 2017

Schedule: The course will consist of 10 lectures (each of 2 hours duration). The lectures will be on Monday (14:00-16:00) and Wednesday (14:00-16:00). The commencement of classes will be updated soon.

Course objectives: The purpose of the course is to fill in the gap left in the university courses.

Prerequisites: Standard facts about vector spaces and linear maps.

Topics which will be covered:  Tensor and exterior products of vector spaces (and more generally, of modules) have wide application in many branches of mathematics, even in array programming languages. They should be part of the mathematical culture of every professional mathematician. Unfortunately, this topic is usually not included in the standard university programs.

 

There is no registration fee for this course but we are restricted to limited number of participants. Undergraduate students and graduate students are encouraged to attend this course. For registration, please contact:events@sms.edu.pk.

 

SMS Special Seminar Series

Monday at 11:00 am in the SMS Seminar Room

Speakers: Umar Shahzad

Title: Understanding Equivariant Cohomology

Abstract: Equivariant cohomology is a cohomology theory from algebraic topology which applies to topological spaces with a group action. It can be viewed as a common generalization of group cohomology and an ordinary cohomology theory. This is a series of talks on understanding equivariant cohomology and equivariantintegration. The aim of these seminars is to explain Fiber bundles, Maps between fiber bundles, Principal G-bundles, Hopf bundles, Pullback of a fiber bundle.

 

 

SMS Special Seminar Series

Wednesday and Friday at 11:00 am in the SMS Seminar Room

Speakers: Imran Anwar

Title: Graded Free Resolutions and Hilbert Functions

Abstract:  The aim of these seminars is to explain the graded algebraic structures, free resolutions of graded rings and modules, Betti numbers, Hilbert Function and Hilbert series from the book of Irena Peeva with illustrating examples. It will provide a glimpse on some exciting directions in which commutative algebraists are working.

 

Short Course

Differential Geometry of Curves

by

Johann Davidov

March 20 – April 19, 2017

Schedule: The course will consist of 10 lectures (each of 2 hours duration). The lectures will be on Monday (14:00-16:00) and Wednesday (14:00-16:00).

Topics which will be covered: Curves in Euclidean spaces, Frenet frames, Plane curves, Space curves, Relations between the curvature and the torsion, Frenet equations, Fundamental theorem of the local theory of curves, Curves in the Minkowski space Frenet equations in the Minkowski space , Global theory of curves, Global theory of curves–continuation.

There is no registration fee for this course but we are restricted to limited number of participants. Undergraduate students and graduate students are encouraged to attend this course. For registration, please contact: imrananwar@sms.edu.pk.


ASSMS INTENSIVE COURSE
on
Algebraic Topology
January 30 – February 23, 2017

Resource Persons: Prof. Barbu Berceanu

Schedule: The course will comprise on 12 lectures (each of 2 hours duration). There will be three lectures per week on Monday (14:00-16:00), Wednesday (14:00-16:00) and Thursday (11:00-13:00). The course will be starting from January 30, 2017.

Contents of the Course: Homotopy equivalences, Fundamental Groups, Van-Kampan Theorem, Free product of groups, Cell complexes, Covering spaces, Homotopy invariance, Mayer-Vietoris sequences, simplicial and singular homologies.

Who can attend: There is no registration fee for this course but we are restricted to limited number of participants. Undergraduate students and graduate students are encouraged to attend this course. For registration, contact imrananwar@sms.edu.pk.


ASSMS INTENSIVE COURSE
on
Advanced General Topology
October 31- November 25, 2016

Resource Persons: Prof. Barbu Berceanu

Schedule: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11:00-13:00.

Organizers: Dr. Imran Anwar, Dr. Abdul Rauf Nizami, Yameen Khan

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ASSMS intensive Course
on
An Introduction to Differential Forms
October 26 – December 05, 2016

Resource Persons: Prof. Johann Davidov

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday from 14:00-16:00.

Organizers: Dr. Imran Anwar, Absar Ul Haq, Bilal Masood

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ASSMS INTENSIVE COURSE
on
Recent and interesting results in Fluid Mechanics
October 12 – November 14, 2016

Resource Persons:Prof. Constantin Fetecau, Prof. Dumitru Vieru, Azhar Ali Zafar

Schedule: Monday and Wednesday from 11:00 – 13:00.

Organizers: Dr. Azhar Ali Zafar, Dr. Imran Anwar

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