About the Conference
Theoretical computer science deals with Mathematical aspects of computing. The major areas covered under this field include algorithms, data structures, logic, computational complexity, distributed computation, parallel computation, computational geometry, information theory, cryptography, quantum computation, computational number theory and algebra, automata theory, and the study of randomness. Work in this field is often distinguished by its emphasis on Mathematical technique and rigor.
Discrete Mathematics provides the underpinnings of most of the fields in Theoretical Computer Science. Problems in many areas of Discrete Mathematics, such as Combinatorics and graph theory, naturally lend themselves to algorithmic techniques. Modern applications of discrete mathematics abound in areas such as business, social and physical sciences. This has fueled much research in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, including that being carried out in the departments of Mathematics and Computer Science in various institutions all over the country and in several leading institutions outside the country.
The purpose of this conference is to bring together experts and young researchers and provide a platform for discussion of recent advances in the relevant research areas and presentation of research papers by young scientists. We hope to have in-depth discussion on the front-line challenging problems on various topics. It is hoped that in-depth discussions and lectures by the invited speakers will motivate the young researchers to enter into some of the highly fertile research areas in Theoretical Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics.
- International Conference on Theoretical Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics (ICTCSDM 2014) during December 08-10, 2014 held in SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, India.
- International Conference on Theoretical Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics (ICTCSDM 2016) during December 19-21, 2016 held in Kalasalingam University, India Jointly organized by Ball State University, Muncie, USA and Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, USA.