Dr Geetika Verma is a Research Associate at Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics of School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences. She is working on ARC Discovery Project entitled "The fundamental equation for inversion of operator pencils". She has special interests in the areas of analysis: Functional, Harmonic and Complex. She obtained her Ph.D on the reconstruction property and frames in Banach spaces in 2016. She is also a course coordinator and lecturer at the school of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences.
"I absolutely love teaching and I am a mix of teaching and research person. Being a pure mathematician, I have a special corner for many pure maths subjects and I enjoy applied... Read more
About me
Dr Geetika Verma is a Research Associate at Centre for Industrial and Applied Mathematics of School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences. She is working on ARC Discovery Project entitled "The fundamental equation for inversion of operator pencils". She has special interests in the areas of analysis: Functional, Harmonic and Complex. She obtained her Ph.D on the reconstruction property and frames in Banach spaces in 2016. She is also a course coordinator and lecturer at the school of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences.
"I absolutely love teaching and I am a mix of teaching and research person. Being a pure mathematician, I have a special corner for many pure maths subjects and I enjoy applied branches as well. I had the privilege of teaching many exceptional students in my career who made teaching a wonderful learning experience for me"
About me
Member, Australian Mathematical Society (AustMS)
Member, Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Division of the AustMS(ANZIAM).
Member, Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group of the AustMS (WIMSIG).
Member, Mathematics Education.
Member, Maths of Computation & Optimisation (MOCAO).
Member, Primary Mathematics Association of South Australia, CEASA.
Reviewer for Zentralblatt, an international reviewing service providing reviews and abstracts for articles in Pure and Applied Mathematics.
About me
Doctor of Philosophy University of Delhi
Master of Arts  Mathematics University of Delhi
Research
Excludes commercialinconfidence projects.
The fundamental equations for inversion of operator pencils, ARC  Discovery Projects, 01/04/2016  31/03/2019 held by Emeritus Professor Phil Howlett, Dr Amie Albrecht and Professor Jerzy Filar
Research
Research since 2008 is shown below. To see earlier years visit ORCID or Scopus
Open access indicates that an output is open access.
Year  Output 

2019 

2019 

2019 
1

2018 
Open access

2018 

2018 
2
1

2018 

2017 
5
5

2016 
Open access

2015 
2
4

2014 
Open access

2014 
3

2013 
Open access

External engagement & recognition
Organisation  Country 

Maharshi Dayanand University  INDIA 
University of Delhi  INDIA 
University of South Australia  AUSTRALIA 
External engagement & recognition
Engagement/recognition  Year 

MemberAustMS Women in Mathematics Special Interest Group (WIMSIG) 
2016 
MemberAustralian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Division of the AustMS (ANZIAM) 
2016 
MemberAustralian Mathematical Society (AustMS) 
2016 
MemberMathematics Education 
2016 
MemberMaths of Computation and Optimisation (MOCAO) 
2016 
MemberPrimary Mathematics Association of South Australia, CEASA 
2016 
ReviewerZentralblatt 
2016 
Teaching & student supervision
Teaching & student supervision
Supervisions from 2010 shown
Thesis title  Student status 

Computational methods for the inversion of matrix pencils  Current 