February 4, 2022
With immense pleasure, we would like to inform you that Department of Mathematics, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, Pilani Campus, is organizing one day “Workshop on Artificial Intelligence Application for Electro Optical(EO) Sensors (WAIAEOS-2022)" online through google meet platform on Friday, 04 February, 2022, jointly with IRDE Dehradun. This workshop aims to provide a healthy balance between theory and applications of AI for EO Sensors and to bring the top experts from Academia, Team AI and Production partners on one platform to cover-up distance between designing and development as hardware. All interested are requested to register online by 31st January, 2022.
The department was established in 1944 as a part of, then existing Birla Science College, which was incorporated in the BITS Pilani in 1964. Since then the department has come a long way and presently stood in the bracket (451-500) of world top universities and ranked as 13th in India by QS. The department offers opportunities for the education and research in a wide spectrum of areas in Mathematics such as: Algebra and Analysis, Differential Equations and their applications, Discrete Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, Mathematical Modeling, Fluid Dynamics, Fuzzy Logic, Fractional Calculus, Cosmology, etc. For more details, please visit, www.bits-pilani.ac.in/pilani/Mathematics/Mathematics
Instruments Research and Development Establishment (IRDE)’s core competence lies in the design and development in the fields of optical, electro-optical and optronic instrumentation for surveillance, reconnaissance, piloting, navigation, guidance, target identification and acquisition, designation, ranging and countermeasures under all weather conditions during day and night, Fire control systems and devices, Infra-Red Search and Track Systems, Stand-alone surveillance systems, Optical design, holography, optical image processing and photonic target recognition techniques, adaptive optics, integrated optics, micro-optics and nano-photonics, terahertz sources and imaging and stabilized payloads. The main areas of work are: