EnSci Singapore 2025 – International Conference on Engineering & Sciences, 04-05 March

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EnSci Singapore 2025 – International Conference on Engineering & Sciences, 04-05 March

Conference Name: EnSci Singapore 2025 – International Conference on Engineering & Sciences, 04-05 March

Conference Dates: 04-05 March 2025

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Conference Venue: The National University of Singapore Society (NUSS), The Kent Ridge Guild House, 9 Kent Ridge Drive, Singapore

Deadline for Abstract/Paper Submissions: 15 August 2024

Contact E-Mail ID: convener@eurasiaresearch.info

Organising Scholarly Association: Scientific & Technical Research Association (STRA)

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STRA President: Dr Liudmyla Gryzun, Full Professor, Information Systems Department, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics, Kharkiv, Ukraine

Conference Language: English

Conference Themes: Science & Technology

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(Vernacular Session, e.g., European Languages, Arabic, Bahasa, Thai, Chinese, Turkish, Japanese, Russian, will be organised for a minimum of 5 or more participants of a particular language)

(Only English language, full-length, original papers will be considered for publication in conference journals)

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dr. (Mrs.) W.G. Samanthi Konarasinghe

Academic Director, Statistical Consultant, Institute of Mathematics and Management, Sri Lanka

Topic: Sama Circular Model in Real-Life Applications

Dr. (Mrs.) W. G. Samanthi Konarasinghe, an award-winning Scientist has served as a Statistical Consultant and a Lecturer for more than two decades. She has developed various Mathematical and Statistical techniques in the world. Some of the widely applied techniques are; Circular Model (CM), Circular Indicator (CI), and Sama Circular Model (SCM).

The Circular Model was based on Newton’s Law of Circular Motion, Fourier Transformation, and Least Square Regression. The most important property of the CM is that the model could be applied for either stationary or non-stationary series. Further, the model is capable of capturing both seasonal and cyclical patterns of a time series. Yet the CM was applicable only for trend free series, hence was improved later and named as the “Sama Circular Model”. The SCM is superior to decomposition techniques and Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA)/Seasonal Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average (SARIMA) in modelling wave-like patterns. The Circular Indicator was developed to measure the risk of returns of share market investments. The development of the CI was based on the motion of a particle in the horizontal circle (Newton’s law) and the philosophy of the Dharma wheel. The Dharma Chakra or “Wheel of Dharma” is a widespread symbol used in Indian religions such as Jainism, Hinduism, and Buddhism.

Dr. Samanthi has won the Best Paper Award from the International Conference on Advances in Mathematics, Computers & Physical Sciences, and the International Conference on Business, Economics, Social Sciences & Humanities for her research findings. She was awarded the “IMRF BEST SCIENTIST AWARD, INDIA” for her invaluable contribution to the field of Statistics. She was invited to speak on these findings from various destinations, shared her knowledge as the keynote speaker, invited speaker, etc. at international research forums in Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, India, and Australia. Also, she was the guest of honour and the chief guest of many International research forums.

Dr. Samanthi is a multi-disciplinarian; has obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics; Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Mathematics; Master of Science in Applied Statistics, Master of Business Administration (MBA), and Doctor of Philosophy in Statistics. Also has a Diploma in Classical Music. She is a member of; American Statistical Association (ASA), Institute of Applied Statistics, Sri Lanka (IASSL), and National Science Foundation (NSF), Sri Lanka. She is the Editor in Chief of, Journal of New Frontiers in Mathematics & Statistics; Journal of New Frontiers in Economics & Business; Journal of New Frontiers in Healthcare & Biological Sciences; Journal of New Frontiers in Education & Social Sciences, published by the Institute of Mathematics and Management of Sri Lanka; Also an Editorial board member of American Journal of Theoretical and Applied Statistics (AJTAS). She is an Advisory member Technical/ Scientific Conference Committee member of the Scientific and Technical Research Association (STRA).

Most interestingly, Dr. Samanthi is not only a Scientist, but also an Artist; a Violinist, Painter, Writer, Drama producer, and Actress. Identify the uniqueness of her talents, the membership magazine of the American Statistical Association; “AMSTATNEWS” published a column about her in July 2018 (issue 487) under the title “What Does Samanthi Konarasinghe Like to Do When She is not being a Statistician”.

 

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