Dr. Karmeshu is distinguished professor in computer science and engineering at Shiv Nadar University (SNU). Prior to joining SNU, he served as professor in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) during the period 1986-2017. Dr. Karmeshu retired as Professor in the School of Computer and Systems Sciences (SC & SS) at JNU and was Dean of the School for three terms. He was adjunct professor in the School of Computational and Integrative Sciences (SC & IS), JNU, where he was also Dean of the School for one term. Prior to joining JNU, he was a visiting scientist at the University of Stuttgart, Germany, visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada, and visiting Professor at the National University of Mexico, Mexico. He is a founding Professor at NIIT University Neemrana, Rajasthan and a distinguished research Professor at NCU, Gurgaon. Dr. Karmeshu has published over 100 research papers in international journals. His work has been extensively cited in several journals and books. Several books have devoted exclusive sections discussing his mathematical models and techniques as applied to the study of a variety of systems. He has given many research seminars in the Universities in Europe, Canada, USA and China. Prof. Karmeshu has extensively contributed to the area of stochastic modeling and simulation of Socio-technical Systems, Computational Neuroscience and Performance Modeling of Communication Networks. He worked as a Member of the Editorial Boards of journals including Stochastic Hydrology and Hydraulics by Springer International.
Prof. Karmeshu was the elected President of Mathematics Section of 85th session of Indian Science Congress Association. He has been a member of the Senate of IIT (Delhi) and IIT (Roorkee) and presently senate member at ABV-IITM (Gwalior). He has been Chairman of the Governing Body of Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences, University of Delhi. Prof. Karmeshu has served on several committees of CSIR, DRDO, DST, UGC and ICAR. He is a standing committee member of National Mission of Education through ICT.
Presently, he is Vice-President of The Consortium of Indian Mathematics (TIMC). He was the President of Indian Society of Mathematical Modeling and Simulation, (IIT, Kanpur). Prof. Karmeshu was also the President of Gwalior Academy of Mathematical Sciences. He is a fellow of National Academy of Sciences, Indian Academy for Mathematical Modeling and Simulation (IAMMS), and Institute of Communication Engineers & Information Technologists. Prof. Karmeshu is the recipient of Distinguished Service Award of Vijnana Parishad of India as well as the recipient of SSI Lifetime Achievement Award of Systems Society of India (SSI). For his outstanding contributions to mathematical modeling, Prof. Karmeshu was awarded Dr. C.M. Jacob Gold Medal of Systems Society of India in 1990 and the most prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar award for the year 1993.
Mathematical Modelling and Computer Simulation:
Application of nonlinear and stochastic frameworks for analysis of multidisciplinary
systems(ranging from physical, engineering, biological to social systems).
Performance Modelling of Communication Networks.
Computational Neuroscience and System Biology.
Modelling of Socio-Technical Systems.
Research articles have been published not only in ‘Science Citation Index’ (SCI) journals
but also in ‘Social Science Citation Index’ (SSCI) journals.
Recipient of Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Award in Mathematical Science for the
“Dr. Karmeshu has developed mathematical models for the dynamics of social and
technical systems with special emphasis on their stochastic evolution. His contribution
towards the understanding of the unity of structure and dynamics of diverse
apparently unconnected systems is highly significant.”
Fellow National Academy of Sciences.
Fellow Institute of Communication Engineers & Information Technologists
Recipient of C. M. Jacob Medal for the year 1990, Systems Society of India.
“Prof. Karmeshu’s contribution to Systems Research is to develop mathematical
models of dynamical systems with special emphasis on stochastic evolution and
their applications to socio-economic and technical systems such as traffic systems,
population growth and dynamics of urbanization, competing social groups, technological
substitution and water resource systems.”
Membership of International Task Group
Full member of CODATA (Committee on Data for Science and Technology for
International Council for Science, Paris, France) Task Group on Comparative Mathematical
Methodologies for data handling and Knowledge Extraction (1999-2000).
Elected President of Mathematics Section of 85th session of Indian Science Congress
Association 1997-1998. Title of the Presidential Address: Mathematical Models
of Some Social and Technical systems.
Recipient of Distinguished Service Award of Vijnana Parishad of India on May
Recipient of SSI Lifetime Achievement Award of Systems Society of India (SSI)
on December, 2015.
Recipient of Fellowship of Indian Academy for Mathematical Modeling and Simulation
(IAMMS) 2015 for his outstanding contribution in Mathematical Modeling