ICJMS 2020


The conference has been postponed due to the corona virus


The 33rd International Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society (ICJMS2020)

Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia, 2020, June 30 – July 02 (Tuesday – Thursday)



1. Introduction

About The Jangjeon Mathematical Society (JMS)

The Jangjeon Mathematical Society (JMS), born in historic Hapcheon, seeks to carry on Hapcheon’s proud tradition of excellent scholarship coupled with unquestionable moral fidelity. Loyal to its Hapcheon heritage, JMS strives to maintain individual excellence, faithfulness to responsibility, and development of talents and abilities while adhering to core values of contributing to world peace and prosperity.


JMS was founded in 1996 by Doctor Taekyun Kim to fulfill the aforementioned values through free discussion and cooperation amongst voluntarily participating scholars motivated by a common concern for the general welfare of mankind. This ideal of free and open discussion is mirrored by society’s name, Jangjeon, which rendered in pure Korean, meaning”Geul-Baat”,the place of studies. With this significant symbolism in mind, Dr.Kim selected his birthplace, Jangjeon, as the title of this society.

Since ancient times, Hapcheon has served as the training round of many scholars who carried on the teachings of the great Korean scholars, Namyoung Jo Sik, and were renowned for their utmost moral character and honor. The Hapcheon tradition of excellence may still be seen in its profound influence on many modern scholars.


The geographical attributes of Hapcheon serve as fitting symbols of its metaphysical properties, The Hwang River, flowing serenely past suggests a steadfastness of virtue, unshaken by secular concerns, infusing energy into all living things. Nearby stands the towering Hwang-mae Mountain whose sheer slopes represent the unwavering fidelity of Hapcheon’s scholars. There are many great scholars who are the members of JMS such as Dr. Seog-Hoon Rim (Managing Editor, Kyungpook University), Dr. Hari M. Srivastava (Editor-in-Chief and Past President of JMS; University of Victoria, Canada), Dr. Alexander Shtern (Assistant Chief-in-Editors, Moscow State University), Dr. Krassimir Atanassov (Editor-in-Chief, Bulgarian Academy), Dr. Lee Chae Jang (Assistant-Managing Editor, Kunkook University), Dr. Hongkyung Pak (Adjustor, Daegu Haany University), Dr. Taekyun Kim (Founding Editor) etc.


The 33rd International Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society (ICJMS2020) will be held at Hasanuddin University, Makassar, Indonesia.


ICJMS2020 is an international meeting for mathematics and fundamental sciendes from all over the world working in Mathematics, Fundamental and Applied Sciences to present their researches, to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange new ideas, to share their experiences challenging issues, to faster future collaborations and to interact with each other. Exclusive organizing committee and scientific committee of this conference are to ensure that the meeting has high academic standards.


In conclusion, we are really appreciative of participants in The 33rd International Conference of The Jangjeon Mathematical Society and do hope that all participants, understanding the meaning of Jangjeon, enjoy this conference and work together for the development of world.


We hope that all participants have free and active Jangjeon meaning “Geul-baat” (place of studies) and meaningful discussions with other participants throughout the conference.

Topics of Conference

This conference welcomes speakers whose talks are mainly related to the following topics:


  • Analysis
  • Algebra
  • Linear and Multilinear Algebra
  • Clifford Algebras and Applications
  • Real and Complex Functions
  • Orthogonal Polynomials
  • Special numbers and Functions
  • Fractional Calculus and q-theory
  • Number theory and Combinatorics
  • Mathematics Education
  • Graph Theory
  • Approximation Theory and Optimization
  •  Integral Transformations, Equations and Operational Calculus
  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Geometry and Its Applications
  • Numerical Methods and Algorithms
  • Probability and Statistics and Their Applications
  •  Scientific Computation
  • Mathematical Methods in Physics and in Engineering
  • Mathematical Geosciences