|Job Title:||Mathematics Instructor|
|College:||Centre for Language and Foundation Studies|
|Phone: +96898286722||Ext. 1256|
Dr. Hameed is presently working as a Mathematics Instructor at the Center for Language and Foundation Studies (CLFS). There he teaches Applied Math; Pure Math & Basic Math. As a priority, he likes to teach Calculus & Analytic geometry, Real Analysis & Complex Analysis. Moreover, his research tendency is to learn and enlighten the application of Real-valued functions and Complex valued functions in real life. In teaching, he believes in the demonstrative and graphical approach to the solution of Mathematical problems.
Ph. D (Mathematics 2021), The National University of Malaysia (UKM), Bangi Malaysia.
M. Sc (Mathematics 2002); B. SC (double Math & Physics 1999); University of Peshawar KPK, Pakistan.
B. Ed (Teaching of Math & Physics 2001); University of Peshawar KPK, Pakistan.
D.IT (Diploma in Information Technology 2003), Board of Technical Education Peshawar KPK, Pakistan.
Dr. Hameed's research interests lie in the areas of coefficient problems, the fractional operator in fractional calculus, and its applications. He studies analytic functions, visualization, and graphical analysis of complex functions. During his research (2017–2021), he introduced several subclasses of analytic functions with their graphical illustration and developed a couple of fractional operators. The innovative contribution of his research work emerged in 2018 when he put up the idea of an economic model by applying a modified Caputo’s differential operator for suppressing past memory. In his thesis, for the first time, he presented two new theorems on the generalization of certain analytic function that collaborates with Faber polynomial functions to calculate the n-th coefficient bound for a certain generalized class of Bi-univalent functions. His further special contribution includes the study of a new fractional Integral operator associated with the GK-Mittag-Leffler function and a new differential operator associated with the Miller-Rose sequential differential fractional operator. As a collaborative researcher, he worked on the non-trivial zeros of the Riemann Zeta Function and discussed the graphical behavior of the Riemann Zeta function.
He has published research articles in reputed international Journals of mathematics and mechanics, Journals of geometry and Its applications, Journal of Balkan Society of Geometers, Journal of Applied Mathematics, Journal of Mathematics and Journal of Mathematics and Statistics. During the session 2022-23, he published five papers targeting the applications of fractional calculus in advance complex analysis. This includes the both Scopus and Web of Science journals such as: Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, the Journal of Neuro-Quantology and American Institute of Mathematical Sciences.
Member of CLFS Board
Chair CLFS Learning and Teaching Committee
Member of CLFS Math Exam Committee