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NUST Conference on Resent Trends in Mathematical Sciences-II
8 hours
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
School of Natural Sciences (SNS), National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) provides a forum to showcase recent advancements and cutting edge research in Mathematical Sciences. This scientific event aims to bring together learned researchers across the country with a view to spread latest front-line research results and innovation solutions of complex mathematical problems at the frontier of related fields. The proposed scientific program of conference will include plenary lectures and contributed oral talks. The influential topics will cover a broad spectrum of subjects including Mathematical Physics, Fluid Mechanics, Algebra, Analysis, Differential Equations and Graph Theory. The conference will provide an opportunity for young scientists and students to interact with leading authorities of the subject. The event will also identify fruitful avenues for future research in Mathematics

Organizing Committee:

  • Dr. Rashid Farooq, Patron (NUST, Islamabad)
  • Dr. Matloob Anwar, Chair (NUST, Islamabad)
  • Dr. Meraj Mustafa Hashmi, Co-Chair (NUST, Islamabad)
  • Dr. Mujeeb ur Rehman, Secretary (NUST, Islamabad)
  • Dr. Moniba Shams, Member (NUST, Islamabad)
  • Dr. Muhammad Asif Farooq, Member (NUST, Islamabad)
Discount Policy
​All foreign and national invited speakers will be accommodated in NUST H-12 Guest Houses / Appartments for the conference duration.
Please send your query by email to the Conference Chairperson  Dr. Qurat ul Ain (
Who Should Attend
Faculty, Researchers, PhD/MS students of relevent fields
NUST School of Natural Sciences, NUST Campus H-12, Islamabad
Workshop Dates 
December 3 & 4, 2019
Registration Start Date 
Registration End Date 
Keynote Speakers:
  • Prof. Asghar Qadir (GIKI,Topi, Swabi)
  • Prof. Saleem Asghar (CIIT, Islamabad)
  • Prof. Faiz Ahmad (NUST, Islamabad)
  • Prof. Ghulam Shabbir (GIKI, Topi, Swabi)
  • Prof. Muhammad Arshad Zia (IIU, Islamabad)
  • Prof. Muhammad Sajid (IIU Islamabad)​