Vandana Gupta

Vandana GuptaAssistant Professor

Professional Qualifications

  • 10th, 1998, UP Board
  • 12th, 2000, CBSC Board
  • B.Sc., 2003 ,C.C.S University, Meerut
  • M.Sc. Mathematical Sciences , 2005, C.C.S University, Meerut
  • Gate Qualified in 2011 ( Mathematics)
  • Ph.D. in Mathematics in 2018 from BanasthaliVidyapeeth, Jaipur.

Teaching Experience

1 yearsteaching experience in KNGD Modi Engineering College, Modinagaras a Lecturer in mathematics department. 14.4 yearsteaching experience in in Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad as an Asst. Professor in mathematics department.

Subject of Interest

Differential Equations, Engineering Mathematics I, II, III and IV, Complex Analysis, Operation Research, Numerical Analysis and Applied Linear Algebra.

Academic Achievements

Differential Equations, Engineering Mathematics I, II, III and IV, Complex Analysis, Operation Research, Numerical Analysis and Applied Linear Algebra.
  • Vandana Gupta and S.R. Singh, An integrated inventory model with fuzzy variables, three parameter Weibull deterioration and variable holding cost under inflation. International Journal of Operational Research, 18(4), 434-449, 2013. [U.S.A., Indexing: SCOPUS (ELSEVIER)].
  • S.R. Singh, Vandana Gupta and PreetyBansal, EOQ model with volume agility, Weibull deterioration rate, variable demand rate and inflation. International Journal of Computer Applications, 72(23), 1-6, 2013. [USA, Indexing: ProQuest, Google Scholar].
  • S.R. Singh, Vandana Gupta and PreetyBansal, Three stage integrated model with imperfect production, two warehouse, variable demand rate and inflation.International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations, 4(1), 81-92, 2013. [Indexing: SCOPUS ].
  • S.R. Singh, Vandana Gupta and AbhinavGoel, An EOQ model with preservation technology investment when demand depends on selling price and credit period with two level of trade credit. ProcediaTechnology , 10, 227-235, 2013.[Indexing:ELSEVIER].
  • S.R. Singh, Vandana Gupta, Supply chain production model with preservation technology under imprecise and inflationary environment. International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations, 5(2014), 459-474, 2014. [Canada, Indexing: SCOPUS].
  • S.R. Singh, Vandana Gupta, Vendor-Buyer model with error in quality inspection and selling price dependent demand rate under the effect of volume agility,International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management. 22(4), 101-114, 2016. (Indexing: SCOPUS (ELSEVIER)).
  • Vandana; Singh, S.R.; Yadav, D.; Sarkar, B.; Sarkar, M. Impact of Energy and Carbon Emission of a Supply Chain Management with Two-Level Trade-Credit Policy. Energies 2021, 14, 1569. (Indexing: SCI).
Publications in International Conferences
  • Vandana Gupta and S.R. Singh, The optimal solution technique policy for supply chain model considering imperfect items, trade credit & volume agility under inflation and fuzzy environment. Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Modeling, Optimization and Computing (AMOC)organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, 5-7th Dec 2011, 565-574.
  • Vandana Gupta and S.R. Singh, Vendor-Buyer model considering imperfectitems, trade credit and volume agility under inflation’. Quality and Reliability Engineering: Recent Trends and Future Directions, Allied Publishers, Chapter 17, 2013, 174-187, ISBN: 978-81-8424-831-9, organized by Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India.
  • S.R. Singh, Vandana Gupta and Neeraj Kumar, A production-inventory model when demand is fluctuating with production rate and incorporating the effect of learning.Computer Engineering and Information Technology,Proceeding of International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology, Vol 2, Chapter-6, 28-30th March, 2014, organized by Chandwad, Nashik, (Maharashtra) India. (ELSEVIER).
  • IshaSanghal and Vandana Gupta, Vendor-Supplier cooperative inventory model with two warehouse and variable demand rate under the environment of volume agility.Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Soft Computing for Problem Solving (SCOPROS),Volume 437 of the series Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing , organized by Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, 18-20th Dec 2015, 109-123.(SPRINGER Singapore).

Areas of Interest:-

  • Application of Differential Equations in inventory modeling
  • Optimization problems with various concepts like fuzzy variables, carbon emission, inflation, trade credit policy, preservation technology, imperfect items, volume agility, Learning and forgetting effects etc.