Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra
Dr. Abhinav Tandon
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Contact Address
Permanent Address Department of Mathematics, BIT, Mesra, Ranchi
Local Address Quarter No. C-I/26, BIT, MESRA, RANCHI
Phone (Office) NA
Phone Residence NA
Email Id
Joined Institute on : 5-Nov-2011

  Work Experience
Teaching : 10 Years

Research : 10 Years

  Research Areas
  1. Mathematical Modelling of Environmental, Biological and Ecological Systems
  2. Mathematical Population Dynamics
  3. Nonlinear dynamics
  Award and Honours

Qualified CSIR - UGC NET & JRF in June, 2007

  1. Raghvendra Bansal and Abhinav Tandon, Unveiling the dynamic interrelationship between urbanization and carbon emissions: an interactive nonlinear mathematical modelModeling Earth Systems and Environment, 2024 (Accepted)

  2. Abhinav Tandon, Vaishnudebi Dutta and Yuvraj Mishra, Stability and bifurcation analysis of a nonlinear dynamical model studying the decline of vulture population, International Journal of Biomathematics, 2023

  3. Abhinav Tandon and Vaishnudebi Dutta, Invertebrates and cattle population dynamics in a grassland environment: a nonlinear inter-specific competition model, Journal of Biological Systems,2023

  4. Vaishnudebi Dutta and Abhinav TandonImplications of Agricultural Practices on Vegetation and Terrestrial Invertebrates in Riparian Zone: A Nonlinear Modelling Study,  International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics, 8 (5), 268, 2022.

  5. Abhinav Tandon, Crop - Weed interactive dynamics in the presence of herbicides: Mathematical modeling and analysis, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series B10.3934/dcdsb.2021244,, 2021 (Accepted) (SCIE).

  6. Abhinav Tandon and Prachi Rai VermaHuman population induced urban developments and their effects on temperature rise: a nonlinear mathematical model, Ecological Complexity, 2021 (Accepted) (SCIE).

  7. Monica Kumari and Abhinav TandonMathematical Analysis and Numerical Simulation of a Nonlinear Dynamical Model for the Coexistence of Agriculture and Mining in Rural Areas, Journal of Biological Systems, 2021 (Accepted) (SCIE).
  8. Abhinav Tandon, Arti Mishra and Sankha BanerjeeTransmission dynamics of depression in socially connected population: A nonlinear modeling study, International Journal of Modeling, Simulation and Scientific Computing (IJMSSC),, 2021 (Accepted) (Scopus, ESCI).
  9. Abhinav Tandon, Kumari Jyotsna and Sankha Banerjee,  Forestry biomass and its role in controlling bronchitis in urban areas: a nonlinear modelling study, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment,, 2021 (Accepted) (Scopus, ESCI).
  10. Abhinav Tandon, Dynamical behavior of tribal forest system in the presence of development activities: Leslie–Gower?based nonlinear modeling study, Natural Resource Modeling (NRM), 33(2), e12261, 2020 (SCIE).
  11. Abhinav Tandon and Sankha Banerjee, Modelling the Impact of Migrated Population on Human-to-Human transmission of Ebola Virus Disease,  International Journal of Modeling, Simulation and Scientific Computing (IJMSSC), World Scientific Publishers, Singapore, 9 (1), 1850008(22 pages), 2018  (Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus).
  12. Abhinav Tandon, Kumari Jyotsna and Susanto Dey, A Mathematical Model to Investigate the Impact of Overgrowing Population Induced Mining on Forest  Resources,  Environment, Development and Sustainability, Springer Publishers, 20(4), Pages 1499 - 1516, 2018 (SCIE). 
  13. Kumari Jyotsna and Abhinav Tandon, A Nonlinear Mathematical Model Investigating the Sustainability of an Urban System in the Presence of Haphazard Urban Development and Excessive PollutionNatural Resource Modeling (NRM), Wiley - Blackwell Publishers, 31(2), Pages e2163, 2018 (SCIE).
  14. Kumari Jyotsna and Abhinav TandonA Mathematical Model to Study the Impact of Mining Activities and Pollution on Forest Resources and Wildlife PopulationJournal of Biological Systems, World Scientific Publishers, Singapore, 25(2), Pages 1-24, 2017 (SCIE).
  15. Kumari Jyotsna and Abhinav TandonA Mathematical Model Studying the Survival of Forest Resource Dependent Wildlife Population in the Presence of Population Pressure Induced Mining ActivitiesNatural Resource Modeling (NRM), Wiley - Blackwell Publishers, 30 (4), Pages e12139, 2017 (SCIE). 
  16. Abhinav Tandon and Kumari Jyotsna, Modeling the effects of Environmental Intensified by Urbanisation on Human PopulationInternational Journal of Modeling, Simulation and Scientific Computing(IJMSSC), World Scientific Publishers, Singapore, 7(3),  13 pages, 2016 (Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus).
  17. Manju Agarwal and Abhinav TandonA Numerical Approach Studying the Effects of Precipitation Scavenging on Steady State Dispersion of Air Pollutants,  International Journal of Modeling, Simulation and Scientific Computing (IJMSSC), World Scientific Publishers, Singapore, 3(2), Pages 1-17, 2012 (Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus).
  18. Manju Agarwal, Abhinav Tandon and Sapna Devi, Mathematical Model to study the effects of Primary and Secondary Pollutants on Biological Population, Nonlinear Studies, I &S Publishers, USA, Vol. 19 No.1, Pages 93-106, 2012 (Scopus).
  19. Manju Agarwal and Abhinav Tandon, Modeling the Effects of Urban Heat Islands Generated Mesoscale Wind on Air Pollution Dispersion in a Patchy Atmosphere, Published in Natural Resource Modeling (NRM) - Official Journal of Natural Resource Modeling Association, USA, Wiley - Blackwell Publishers, 23(1), Pages 48 - 78, 2010  (SCIE).
  20. Manju Agarwal and Abhinav TandonModeling of the Urban Heat Island in the form of Mesoscale Wind and of its Effects on Air Pollution Dispersal, Published in Applied Mathematical Modelling (AMM), Elsevier Publications, 34, Pages 2520 - 2530, 2010 (SCI).
  21. Manju Agarwal and Abhinav Tandon, Modeling the Effects of Air Pollutants and their Precursors on Susceptible - Diseased Population,  International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics (IJEES) , 18 (S10), Pages 118 - 133, 2010. (Emerging Sources Citation Index).
  22. Manju Agarwal and Abhinav TandonInterconversion of Primary Air Pollutants to Secondary Air Pollutants, along with their Removals through Delayed Mechanisms, Published in International Journal of Ecological Economics and Statistics (IJEES) - , , 15(F09), Pages 68 - 92, 2009. (Emerging Sources Citation Index)
  23. Manju Agarwal and Abhinav TandonUnsteady State Dispersion of Air Pollutants under the Effects of Delayed and Nondelayed Removal MechanismsNatural Resource Modeling (NRM) - Official Journal of Natural Resource Modeling Association, USA, Wiley - Blackwell Publishers, 22 (4), Pages 489 - 510, 2009 (SCIE).