To pursue a career in teaching and research to contribute my best to the organization



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Dr. MEENAKSHI RANA

Summary




To pursue a career in teaching and research to contribute my best to the organization.

Experience




2008- Assistant Professor, Thapar University. Patiala, Punjab





2005–2008 Lecturer, Chitkara University. Banur, Punjab





2004–2005 Lecturer, SSIET. Dera Bassi, Punjab


Education




Panjab University. Chandigarh

  • 2010, Ph.D, Mathematics.

  • 2003, M.Sc. (Hons.), Mathematics.

  • 2001, B.Sc. (Hons.), Mathematics.

Publications






  • A K Agarwal and M Rana, New combinatorial versions of Gollnitz- Gordon identities, Utilitas Mathematica, Vol. 79 (2009), pp. 145-155. (Impact Factor-0.28)

  • M Rana and A K Agarwal, On an extension of a combinatorial identities, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Math. Sci), Vol. 119, No. 1, (2009), pp. 1-7. (Impact Factor-0.191)

  • A K Agarwal and M Rana, Two new combinatorial interpretations of a fifth order mock theta functionJournal of The Indian Mathematical Society, Special Centenary Volume (1907-2007), (2009), pp 11-24.

  • M Rana and A K Agarwal, Frobenius partition theoretic interpretation of a fifth order mock theta function, Canadian Journal of pure & applied sciences, Vol. 3, No.2, (2009), pp. 859-863.

  • M. Rana, “Partition theoretic interpretations of the A2 Rogers-Ramanujan identities”, ARS Combinatoria (Accepted), (2013). (Impact Factor-0.268)




  • A.K. Agarwal and M Rana, “Combinatorial interpretation of a generalized basic series”, HMS-Volume (Accepted), Springer, (2013).




  • J. K. Sareen and M. Rana, “Three-way combinatorial interpretations of some Rogers-Ramanujan type identities”, ARS -Combinatorica, (2013).( Communicated)

Conferences






  • M.Rana, “Three way combinatorial interpretations of some RRI”, International Conference of Special Functions and Their Applications, 13-15 Dec, 2013, MVNIT, Jaipur, India.

  • M.Rana and H.Kaur, “Combinatorial interpretations of some tenth order mock theta functions”, National Conference on Advances in Mathematics & its Applications in Mathematics & its Applications, 25-27 June, 2013, NIT, Hamirpur, India.

  • M.Rana, “Partition theoretic interpretations of Some double series q- identities”, International Conference of Special Functions and Their Applications, 27-29 June, 2012, SVNIT, Surat, India.

  • M.Rana, “Partition theoretic interpretations of RR type identities”, Twenty first International conference of forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics, 15-17 Dec, 2012, P.U., Chandigarh, India.

  • M.Rana, “On a fifth order mock theta function”, 98th Indian Science Congress, 3-7 Jan, 2011, SRM University, Chennai, India.

  • M.Rana and A.K.Agarwal, “New combinatorial versions of Gollnitz-Gordon identities”11th Punjab Science congress, 7-9 Feb, 2008, T. U., Patiala, India.

  • M.Rana and A.K.Agarwal, “Partition theoretic interpretation of a fifth order mock theta function” 74rd annual conference of IMS, 27-30 Dec, 2008, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India.

  • M.Rana and A.K.Agarwal, On a Combinatorial identity”, 73rd annual conference of IMS, 27-30 Dec, 2007, University of Pune, Pune, India.



Thesis

PHd. thesis Guided




  • Jasdeep Kaur, “Rogers-Ramanujan identities type identities and Combinatorics” (Guiding)

Msc. thesis Guided




  • Inderpal Singh, 2010, “A Study of Coloured partitions”

  • Rajni Bansal, 2011, “Combinatorial interpretations of Rogers-Ramanujan identities and their Analogues”

  • Richa Bansal, 2011, “A study of Guassian polynomial”

  • Rajni Mittal, 2012, “A study of Gollnitz-Gordon identities”

  • Avneet Kaur, 2013, “A study of ordinary, coloured and signed Gollnitz-Gordon identities”

Memberships




  • Life member of Society for Special function and their Applications




  • Life member of Indian Society for Mathematics




  • Life member of Indian Science Congress







  • Membership of American Mathematical Society

Awards & AChivements




  • Best paper in number Theory/Algebra in IMS-2007.

Invited Talks







  • “Three way combinatorial interpretations of some RRI” International Conference of Special Functions and Their Applications, 13-15 Dec, 2013, MVNIT, Jaipur, India.







School of Mathematics And computer applications, Thapar University, PunJab, India.

Email:- mrana@thapar.edu



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