Research Activities

TMRF initiates innovative research directions by networking together the critical mass of resources. Our current focus is to integrate the research efforts of the scientific community to be a source of innovation on promising scientific, technological and socio-economic directions to shape the future of web science.

Research assumes a vital place in the activities of the TMRF. That is why the most important element in the current, quality pedagogical work is following the latest research activities in the world and being creative and cooperative in the development of our own scientific research work. TMRF conducts research and development projects sponsored by industry, NGOs, and funding agencies. These projects are in the field of applicable mathematics and computer science.

TMRF has no permanent staff but our researchers and associates have been educated at various recognized Indian and foreign universities and institutes. We have never believed that being the best in the local arena is good enough. If this were the case, we would have had to start regressing and would have lost contact with actual events. We have created a criterion for ourselves, our researchers  which suits today’s global conditions. Despite the problems, we have managed , to obtain experienced researchers, and maintain good relations with our partner institutes in worldwide. Our information infrastructure is efficient one; therefore, we will be even more demanding in maintaining this strength. 


TMRF work closely with researchers in the network and international business communities. Our research strategies are aligned not only on one project network's core research focus, aims and values, but with the entire TMRF community's future research interests and research priorities. We achieve this by understanding the objectives of each TMRF member and forming working groups and research teams.

We use state of the art collaboration technologies. This includes video conferencing and Wikis.

Ongoing Projects

Web of Things:  Objective is to find solutions to build the vertical system by identifying the relevant components, illustrating their functionality and integration (2013-2016).
Ontology Learning and Data Reasoning in Web Mining (2012 -2015).

Exploring weaknesses in mathematics education using real-world learning (2011-2014).

Completed Projects

  • Algebraic Toolkit Using Object-oriented Technique: The goal of the project was to design and implement a robust, easy to use, and efficient C++  software library of algebraic algorithms. (Completed in 1998).

  • Computational Combinatorial Structures:  A study of combinatorial structures via computer algebra system. (Completed in 1999).
  • Mathematical modeling for paper industry: Development of models and methods relevant to study of paper making  process and properties  of papers. (Completed in 1998).
  • Differential Equations in Synthetic Fiber Industry. (Completed in 1999).
  • Computational Combinatorial Structures on Hilbert Scheme. (Completed in 2001).
  • Symbolic/Numeric Algebraic Constraints Solving (SNACS). (Completed in 2003).
  • A Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.  Research Project (Completed in December 2004).
  • Study of Incorporating Emotions into Machine (Completed in 2006)
  • Applications of Computer Algebra in Industry. (Completed in 2004).
  • Information Security in Agent Based E-Business Applications.Industry Project (Completed in March 2007).
  • A Tool for Essay Evaluation using Text Mining Industry Project (Completed in May 2006).
  • Machine Learning for Data Mining in Medicine. Research Project (2003 - 2007).
  • Adaptive HTML Analysis for Information Extraction. (Completed in 2009).
  • Instructional Designs for Distance Education: Neural Net Enabled Distance Learning Model.  R&D Project (Completed in 2010).
  • Issues in Intelligent Natural Language Interface. (Partially completed in July 2007 but some new aspects are being explored with the emphasis on applications of our algorithms to search engine).
  • KDD based Interactive models to Explore Correlation between Mind Conditions and Physical Elements of Human Beings. (Completed in 2010).

Past Research Conferences

All TMRF international events took place at the Fort Panhala, which is a peaceful beyond imagination, free from pollution, and scenic enough to overwhelm your senses. The venue was Hotel Valley View Grand, Fort Panhala in the mountain area of Kolhapur, India.

  • International Symposium on Applications of Computer Algebra (ISACA'2000), October 3-5, 2000
  • International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence (ISAI'2001), December 18-20, 2001
  • International Conference on Applied Artificial Intelligence (ICAAI'2003), December 15-16, 2003