Dr D S Gireesh

Dr. Gireesh D.S.

Assistant Professor|Department of Mathematics and Statistics


An Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Dr Gireesh D S has been a member of the Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, RUAS since 2017. Having completed his PhD degree from Bangalore University, he is keen to pursue research in topics of Number Theory as influenced by Srinivasa Ramanujan.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D.

    Bangalore University

  • M.sc. (Maths)

    Bangalore University

  • B.Sc.(PCM)

    Bangalore University

Experience

Total years of Experience :

4 years

Academic Experience

  1. Assistant Professor of Mathematics — Dayananda College of
    Engineering — Bangalore — 1 years. (2016 — 2017)
  2. Assistant Professor of Mathematics — M.S.Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences — Bangalore — 3 years. (2017 — till date)

Research Interest

Area Influenced by Srinivasa Ramanujan

Research Expertise

Theta functions

Keywords

  • Theta functions
  • Ramanujan number theory

Ph.D. Dissertation:

A study on some new arithmetic properties of certain partition functions

Journal Publications : 13

  1. M.S. Mahadeva Naika and D.S. Gireesh, Arithmetic properties of partition k‑tuples with odd parts distinct, Journal of Integer Sequences, 19 (2016), Article 16.5.7.
  2. M.S. Mahadeva Naika and D.S. Gireesh, Congruences for Andrew’s singular overpartitions, Journal of Number Theory (Elsevier), 165 (2016), pp.109 – 130. Impact Factor:0.596
  3. M.S. Mahadeva Naika and D.S. Gireesh, Congruences for 3‑regular partitions with designated summands, Integers, 16 (2016), pp.1 – 14 #A25.
  4. M.S. Mahadeva Naika and D.S. Gireesh, Modular relations for J‑invariant and explicit evaluations, Palestine Journal of Mathematics, 5 (2) (2016), pp.83 – 95.
  5. M.S. Mahadeva Naika and D.S. Gireesh, Arithmetic properties arising from Ramanujan theta functions, The Ramanujan Journal (Springer), 42 (3) (2017), pp.601 – 615. Impact Factor:0.563.
  6. D.S. Gireesh, M.D. Hirschhorn and M.S. Mahadeva Naika, On 3‑regular partitions with odd parts distinct,The Ramanujan Journal (Springer), 44 (2017), pp.227 – 236. Impact Factor:0.563.
  7. M.S. Mahadeva Naika, K. Sushan Bairy, D.S. Gireesh and N. P. Suman, Jacobi- Sohncke type mixed modular equations and their applications to overpartitions, Palestine Journal of Mathematics, 6 (1) (2017), pp.228 – 237.
  8. D.S. Gireesh and M.S. Mahadeva Naika, Recurrence relation to compute bipartition function, Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics (RMMC), http://​pro​ject​euclid​.org/​e​u​c​l​i​d​.​r​m​j​m​/​1​4​8​3​5​85279. Impact Factor:0.41.
  9. D.S. Gireesh, Formulas for cubic partition with 3‑cores, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications (Elsevier), 453 (2017) pp.20 – 31. Impact Factor:1.014.
  10. D.S. Gireesh and M.S. Mahadeva Naika, General family of congruences modulo large power of 3 for cubic partition pairs, New Zealand Journal of Mathematics, 47(2017), pp.43 – 56.
  11. M.S. Mahadeva Naika and D.S. Gireesh, Congruences for overpartitions with restricted odd differences, Afrika Matematika (Springer),30 (2019), pp.1 – 21.
  12. D.S. Gireesh and M.S. Mahadeva Naika, On 3‑regular partitions in 3‑colors, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (Springer), 50(1) (2019), pp.137 – 148.
  13. D.S. Gireesh, Shivashankar C. and M.S. Mahadeva Naika, On 3- and 9‑Regular Cubic Partitions, Journal of Integer Sequences, Article 20.7.2 (2020)

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