Research & Development Center
The department of Mathematics is recognized as research centre to offer Ph.D. degree under VTU with effect from 22.04.2008. The Department has five eminent Professors guiding researchers towards Ph.D. in Fluid Mechanics and Graph Theory.
L. Venkata Reddy and N. P. Chandra Shekara have been awarded Ph.D. degree during 2014 from the research centre.
The research scholars and the guides/faculty members are publishing their research findings in the reputed National / International Journals.
Name of Guide 
Name of Research Scholar with address 
Title of the Research 
University 
Month & Year of award 
Dr. S. Manjunath 

Development of ANN methods for providing security to commercial software to avoid piracy 
Vinayaka Mission Univeristy Salem Tamil Nadu 
January 2011 

The Fluid Mechanics of the Cooling of Stretching Films 
VTU Belgaum Karnataka 
May 2014 


Convection of a Boussinesq – stokes suspension and Micro polar Liquids in an Enclosure 
VTU Belgaum Karnataka 
September 2014 


linear and non – linear electro convection in a micropolar fluids 
Christ University Bangalore Karnataka 
December 2014 

5. B S Anil KumarProfessorDepartment of MechanicalEngg.,BNMIT, Bangalore  Computational investigation of flow separation in an incompressible aerodynamics 
VTU Belgaum Karnataka 
April 2017 
List of Research Scholars
Sl. No. 
Name of Guide 
Name of Research Scholar with address 
Title of the Research 
Research Domain 
1. 
Dr. S. Manjunath 
Asst. Professor Dept. of Maths BNMII, Bangalore. 
Computer assisted Solution to the Flow Problem Involving Coolant Surrounded Stretching WaterFilms (Thesis Submitted) 
Applied Maths (Fluid Mechanics) 

A Mathematical Study on TwoDimensional Dispersion of Passive/Reactive Solute in Channel Flows of a Viscoelastic Fluid  
Asist. Professor Dept. of Maths Dayananda College of Engineering Bangalore. 
Convection in Viscoelastic Liquids Occupying a Tilted Sot  
Full Time Research Scholar Dept. of Maths BNMIT, Bangalore. 
Study of thermal convection in newtonian ferromagnetic nanoliquids using differential geometry methods  
Dept. of Maths R N S Institute of Technology Bangalore. 
ThreeDimensional Dispersion in Flows through and Past Porous Media  
Asst. Professor Dept. of Maths Adarsha Institute of Technology, Bangalore 
Dispersion of passive/reactive solute in channel flows of a kuvshiniski viscoelastic fluid  
2. 
Dr. L Venkata Reddy 
Dept. of Maths M V J College of Engg., Bangalore 
Study of TwoDimensional Flows of Nanoliquids Due to Stretching Sheets and Cylinders 
Applied Maths (Fluid Mechanics) 
Dept. of Maths R N S Institute of Technology Bangalore 
A Theoretical Study of the Effect of Two Nanoparticles on Flow Due to Stretching Surface  
Asst. Professor Dept. of Maths R.N.S. Institute of Technology, Bangalore 
A Study of twodimensional flows of couplestress liquids due to stretching cylinders  
3. 
Dr. N P Chandrashekara 
Dept. of Maths M V J College of Engg., Bangalore 
Convection in Dielectric Nanoliquids 
Applied Maths (Fluid Mechanics) 

Convection in Ferromagnetic Nanoliquids  
Asst. Professor Dept. of Maths Adarsha Institute of Technology, Bangalore 
Convection in Nano liquids occupying a tilted slot  
4. 
Dr. Leena N. Shenoy 
Asist. Professor Dept. of Maths Dayananda College of Engineering Bangalore. 
Study on Hamiltonicity of Regular Graphs 
Graph Theory 
Asist. Professor Dept. of Maths Dayananda College of Engineering Bangalore. 
Hamiltonian Laceablity Properties of Decomposition of Connected Graphs  
Asist. Professor Dept. of Maths Dayananda College of Engineering Bangalore. 
Hamiltonicity, Hamiltonian Connectivity and Other Properties of Some Special Classes of Graphs  
Asst. Professor Dept. of Maths East West Institute of Technology 
Study on Laceability of various graph structures through partitioning  
5. 
Dr. A Pranesha Setty 

A Study of Convection of Binary Liquids in Porous Media 
Applied Maths (Fluid Mechanics)

Asst. Professor Dept. of Maths St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore

A Study of Convection of Binary Liquids 