Dr. Junaid Ahmad

Dr. Junaid Ahmad

Dr. Junaid Ahmad

Assistant Professor

a.junaid@ucp.edu.pk
0333-4043547

Mr. Junaid Ahmad has completed his PhD in Mathematics from University of Engineering & Technology Lahore. His area of research is numerical solutions of Ordinary differential equations. He has completed his higher education from renowned Universities of Pakistan. He did his MSc in Space sciences from Punjab University and then went to University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore for the degrees  MSc and MPhil in applied Mathematics.

In teaching, he has served four years as a senior mathematics consultant in Cambridge University affiliated institutions in Lahore, five years as visiting lecturer in Punjab University. He joined university of Central Punjab in 2012 as a lecturer in Faculty of management Sciences. From Sep 2019 to date, he is working in Faculty of Science, University of Central Punjab as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics. He has taught various courses related to Mathematics till now.

PhD Mathematics University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore 2019
MPhil Mathematics University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore 2011
M. ScMathematics University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore 2007
M.ScSpace Sciences Punjab University, Lahore 2004
B.ScMathematics, Physics Govt. College Sargodha 2000
F.ScPre-Engineering Govt. College Sargodha 1996
Matriculation Science Govt. High School Shahpur, Sargodha 1993
Assistant Professor University of Central Punjab, Lahore 2020 to date
Lecturer University of Central Punjab, Lahore 2012 - 2019
Visiting Lecturer Punjab University, LHR 2007-2012
Senior O level Teacher The Lahore Lyceum 2003-2007
1Ahmad, Junaid, et al. "Effective Order of Partitioned Runge–Kutta Methods." Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society 46.1 (2020): 79-98.
2Ahmad, Junaid, et al. "Symplectic effective order numerical methods for separable Hamiltonian systems." Symmetry 11.2 (2019): 142.
3Rehman, Attique Ur, Shafiq Ur Rehman, and Junaid Ahmad. "Numerical approximation of stiff problems using efficient nested implicit Runge–Kutta methods." Punjab University Journal of Mathematics 51.2 (2020).
4Rehman, Attique Ur, Shafiq Ur Rehman, and Junaid Ahmad. "Efficient Nested Implicit Runge–Kutta Methods for Nonlinear Stiff Problems." Punjab University Journal of Mathematics 51.6 (2020).

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