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Dr. Shyamal Kumar Banerjee

Dean, School of Basic Sciences & Research

shyamal.kumar@sharda.ac.in

About

Prof. Shyamal Kumar Banerjee, did his schooling in science background  from Gorakhpur. Graduated from Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur in 1982 and also did  Post-Graduation in Mathematics from Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur in the year 1984. He got enrolled as a regular research scholar in the Department of Mathematics in Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi in 1985. Finally, submitted his Thesis on General Relativity and Cosmology in 1991 and was awarded with the PhD degree in the year 1992. Thereafter, Dr. Banerjee joined Inter University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune as a Post-Doctoral Fellow under the Homi Bhabha Professors Fellowship with Padma Vibhushan Prof. Jayant Vishnu Narlikar, the renowned astrophysicist and the Founder Director of IUCAA. He was awarded UGC sponsored Visiting Associate at IUCAA, Pune by the UGC in the year 2000 and he has been still continuing as the UGC sponsored visiting associate at IUCAA, Pune. Prof. Banerjee has done “Specialization Course on Virtual Teacher” from California University, Irvine.

Dr. Banerjee has served Mody Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lakshmangarh, Sikar, Rajasthan for almost five years at the beginning of his career. He has worked as Dean (Academic) at Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida for five years. Dr. Banerjee, was one of the founder members of the Amity University, Uttar Pradesh, Noida Campus. It was due to his excellent leadership and team building capacity and the efforts from each team members, Amity could reach to the present position and achieved the global recognition. As a part of his past experience and professional career, he has also worked as Senior Professor and Associate Dean (Academic Planning and Monitoring) at the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, Uttarakhand for more than twelve years. During his stay at UPES, he has introduced the planning of academic scheduling along with day-today time tabling and its monitoring using SAP based soft wares.

Prof. Banerjee in his long professional career, has worked in various capacities as Prof. & Dean (Academic) in  School of Engineering and Technology, Amity University, sector-125, Noida, Senior Professor and Associate Dean (Academic Planning & Monitoring) at school level in UPES, Dehradun. Member, UPES Board of Management, Chairman, Library Steering Committee, Chairman, Time Table Committee, Chairman Examination Disciplinary Committee.

Experience
  • 34 Years
Qualification
  • Ph.D
  • M.Sc
Award & Recognition

  • Prof. Banerjee has been the recipient of the “BEST CITIZEN OF INDIA GOLD MEDAL AWARD” in 2018 for Individual Achievement and National Development by the Global Economic Progress and Research Association, New Delhi on the occasion of 68th Republic Day Celebration on 26th January, 2018 at Chennai.
  • Prof. Banerjee has been conferred with “INDIRA GANDHI GOLD MEDAL AWARD” in 2016 for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Education and Research by the Global Economic Progress and Research Association, New Delhi on the occasion of 99th Birth Anniversary of former Prime Minister Smt. Indira Gandhi on 19th November, 2016 at Bangalore.
  • Dr. Banerjee was awarded the UGC- Sponsored Visiting Associateship from IUCAA, Pune 7th time (since the year 2000) in Aug 2018.
  • Prof. Banerjee was awarded the Post Doctoral Fellowship under Homi Bhabha Professors Fellowship, BARC Mumbai during 1996-99 at IUCAA, Pune.

Research

Dr. Banerjee, has several research papers published in various journals of national and international repute to his credit in collaboration with Prof. Jayant Vishnu Narlikar and his guru Prof. Fred Hoyle. Currently, Prof Banerjee is working on “Analysis of Elliptical Galaxies”, where age of a galaxy represented as a function of redshift with the standard parameters, in collaboration with Prof. J. V. Narlikar under the UGC sponsored Visiting Associateship Program.

Prof. Banerjee has guided one PhD student and also appointed as PhD Thesis Examiner in universities.  He has been a reviewer on behalf of the editorial board of the International Journal of Theoretical Physics and also a peer reviewer for Higher Learning Research Communications under the Laureate Network.

He has written six UG level text books in Mathematics.

Research Publications :

  • J. V. Narlikar, R.G.Vishwakarma, S.K.Banerjee, P.K.Das and C. Fulton,An Empirical Approach to Periodic Redshifts”, Published in Arp-Memorial Book, “The Galileo of Palomar : essays in memory of Halton Arp” edited by Christopher C. Fulton and Martin Kokus, published by C. Roy Keys Inc., 4405, rue St-Dominique, Montreal, Quebec H2W 2B2 Canada (http://redshift.vif.com). First published in 2017 (National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication).
  • P. K. Mishra, Shweta Sachdeva and S. K. Banerjee, Hundred Years of Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Informatics (in review).
  • P. K. Mishra, Shweta Sachdeva and S. K. Banerjee, “Some Fixed Point Theorems in b-Metric Space, Turkish Journal of Analysis and Number Theory”, Vol 2, Issue 1, 19-21, 2014 (ISSN : 2333-1232, Impact Factor-2.54).
  • Raj Bali, Ratna Banerjee and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi Type III Magnetized Massive String Cosmological Model in General Relativity”, Journal of Rajasthan Academy of Physical Science, Vol. 8, No. 4, 505-513, 2009(ISSN : 0972-6306).
  • Raj Bali, Ratna Banerjee and S.K. Banerjee, “Some LRS Bianchi Type VI0 Cosmological Models with Special Free Gravitational Fields”, Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics (Mexico, USA) Vol. 6, No. 21, 165-174, 2009 (ISSN : 1729-5254, Impact Factor-0.24).
  • Raj Bali, Ratna Banerjee and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi Type VI0 Magnetized Bulk Viscous Massive Cosmological Model in General Relativity”, Astrophysics and Space Science (Springer, Netherlands)317, 21-26, 2008 (Index No.-1008, ISSN : 0004-640X, Impact Factor-2.263).
  • Raj Bali, Ratna Banerjee and  S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi Type VI0 Magnetized Bulk Viscous Massive Cosmological Model in General Relativity”, Presented and also Published in the Proceedings of The 6th International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology (ICGC-07)  held at IUCAA, Pune, India from December 17-21, 2007
  • Bhim Prasad Sarmah, S.K. Banerjee, S.V. Dhurandhar and J.V. Narlikar, “On Searches for Gravitational Waves from Mini Creation Event by Laser Interferometric Detectors”, The Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society (Oxford University Press) 369, 89-96, 2006 (ISSN : 0035-8711, Impact Factor-4.952).
  • J.V. Narlikar, R.G. Vishwakarma, S.K. Banerjee, P.K. Das and H.C. Arp, “Dynamics of Ejection From Galaxies and the Variable Mass Hypothesis”, International Journal of Modern Physics D (USA), 11, 245-257, 2002 (ISSN : 0218-2718, Impact Factor-1.963).
  • S.K. Banerjee, J.V. Narlikar, N.C. Wikramasinghe, F. Hoyle and G. Burbidge, “Possible Interpretations of the Magnitude-Redshift Relation for Supernovae of Type IA”, The Astronomical Journal (IOP Science, US), 119, 2583-2588, 2000 (ISSN : 0004-6256, Impact Factor-4.617).
  • S.K. Banerjee, J.V.Narlikar, Fred Hoyle, G. Burbidge and A. Sandage, “What Can We Deduce From Measurement of the Magnitude-Redshift Relation for Supernovae”, IUCAA Preprint, 1999.
  • S.K. Banerjee and J.V. Narlikar, “The Quasi-Steady State Cosmology : A Study of Angular Size Against Redshift”, The Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society (Oxford University Press) 307, 73-78, 1999 (ISSN : 0035-8711, Impact Factor-4.952).
  • S.K. Banerjee and J.V. Narlikar, “The Quasi-Steady State Cosmology : A Problem of Stability”, The Astrophysical Journal (IOP Science, US) 487, 69-72, 1997 (ISSN: 0004-637X, Impact Factor-5.909).
  • S.R. Roy and  S.K. Banerjee, “A Bianchi Type II Cosmological Models in General Relativity with Stiff Fluid and Heat Conduction”, Classical and Quantum Gravity (IOP Science, US)14, 2845-2851, 1997 (ISSN : 0264-9381, Impact Factor-2.837).
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi VI Electric Type Cosmological Models in General Relativity with Stiff Fluid and Heat Conduction”, General Relativity and Gravitation (Springer, US)28, 27-33, 1996 (ISSN : 0001-7701, Impact Factor-1.668).
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi Type II String Cosmological Models in General Relativity”, Classical and Quantum Gravity (IOP Science, US)12, 1943-1948, 1995 (ISSN : 0264-9381, Impact Factor-2.837).
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi VI Electric Type Cosmological Models in General Relativity with Radiation and Heat Conduction”, Presented and Published in the Conference Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Gravitation and Cosmology (ICGC-95) held at IUCAA, Pune, India from December 13-19, 1995
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi VI Electric Type Cosmological Models in General Relativity with Perfect Fluid and Heat Conduction”, Presented and Published in the Conference Proceedings of the Silver Jubilee Conference of IAGRG held at IUCAA, Pune, India (February 14-18), 1994.
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi VI Cosmological Models Representing Perfect Fluid and Radiation with Electric Type Free Gravitational Fields”, General Relativity and Gravitation (Springer,  US)24, 1117-1124, 1992 (ISSN : 0001-7701, Impact Factor-1.668).
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Bianchi VI Magnetic Type Cosmological Models Representing Perfect Fluid”, Progress of Mathematics (India) 25, 95-103, 1991.
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Some Bianchi Type II Universes with Special Free Gravitational Fields”, Astrophysics and Space Science (Springer, Netherlands) 167, 81-91, 1990 (Index No.-1008, ISSN : 0004-640X, Impact Factor-2.263).                                        
  • S.R. Roy and S.K. Banerjee, “Some Cylindrically Symmetric Cosmological Model in General Relativity Representing Viscous Fluid and Perfect Fluid with Heat Conduction”,  Astrophysics and Space Science (Springer, Netherlands)150, 213-222, 1988 (Index No.-1008, ISSN : 0004-640X, Impact Factor-2.263).

Books Published :

  • N.P.Bali, S.K.Banerjee, S.K.Goel, “Applied Mathematics I” (ISBN EAM-0691-250-AM I), Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, 2008.
  • N.P.Bali, S.K.Banerjee, S.K.Goel, “Applied Mathematics II” (ISBN EAM-0774-200-AM II), Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, 2008.
  • N.P.Bali, S.K.Banerjee, S.K.Goel, “Applied Mathematics III” (ISBN EAM-0692-150-AM III), Laxmi Publications, New Delhi, 2007.
  • Ratna Banerjee and S. K. Banerjee“Mathematics-II” (ISBN 978-93-81514-15-3) for BCA, Ardent Publications, New Delhi, 2013.
  • Ratna Banerjee and S. K. Banerjee,   “Mathematics-I” (ISBN 978-93-81481-17-2) for BCA,  Ardent Publications, New Delhi, 2013.
  • Ratna Banerjee and S. K. Banerjee, “Business Mathematics” (ISBN 978-93-81481-01-1) for BBA, Ardent Publications, New Delhi, 2013.

On Going Project Under UGC Sponsored Associate-ship Program with IUCAA :

Currently, Prof Banerjee is working on a project entitled “Analysis of Elliptical Galaxies”, where age of a galaxy is represented as a function of redshift with the standard parameters, in  collaboration with Prof  J.V. Narlikar (Professor Emeritus at IUCAA, Pune) under the UGC sponsored Visiting Associateship Programme. The final conclusion of his present project will depend on the Catalogues to be published by ESAs (European Space Agency) GAIA Mission based on the observations. The second catalogue published by ESAs GAIA mission on April 25 in 2018. The second data release of GAIA mission has produced an extraordinary catalogue of over one and a half billion stars in our galaxy, based on the observations between July 2014 to May 2016. Until now, the data did not have any evidence of old stars. In this continuation, their next data (GAIA Mission Catalogue 3) is going to be released (GAIA EDR3) in the third quarter of 2020, which he is hoping, will support his existing work.

Area of Interest

  • Applied Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • General Relativity and Cosmology