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Dr. Saeeda Zia has been teaching in NUCES for 17 years. She has been involved in teaching at undergraduate and graduate level. She has taught Calculus (I, II, III), Mathematical Statistics, Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Discrete Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Statistics and Probability, Business Mathematics and Statistical Inference. She is performing her duties as PhD Coordinator-Mathematics, Member Departmental QEC and Campus Exam Committee Member. She has also served as Coordinator Undergraduate Program- Mathematics.
She has been working in two research areas (i) Mathematical Physics: in which her focus is on Modified Theories of Gravity, Physiognomies of Compact Stars and Cosmology. Other one is (ii) Mathematical Biology: in which her interest lies in Mathematics of Genome and Phylogenetics along with development of Genomic Selection Signatures Methodologies. She has published numerous articles in highly reputed ISI indexed journals in both areas. She has been trained from University of Washington, USA in Mathematical Modeling as well as from University of Bern, Switzerland in exploring new avenues in Quantum Gravity. She has participated in several national and international conferences/workshops as resource person.
Some recent publications:
1) “A study of Some Cylindrically Symmetric Solutions in Gravity “,Canadian Journal of Physics, 2019.
2) “Analysis of Charged Compact Stars in Modified Gravity”, Int. J. of Modern Physics D, 2018.
3) Computational Proteomic Data Mining of Heat Shock Protein β1 using Mathematica Software Merit Res. J. Microbiol. Biol. Sci. 6 (4), 043-053, 2018.
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