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Prof. Ramzan Muhammad | Nanofluid Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Ramzan Muhammad, Bahria University, Pakistan

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ramzan is an accomplished academician and researcher, currently serving as an Associate Professor of Molecular Genetics at Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan. With a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan, his expertise lies in Wave Mechanics and Fluid Mechanics. Dr. Ramzan has an extensive teaching background, having taught a range of undergraduate and graduate-level courses. He has held various administrative roles, including President of the Disciplinary Committee and Academic Head of Mathematics at Bahria University. Dr. Ramzan’s research contributions have earned him international recognition, including being listed among the top 2% scientists worldwide by Stanford University for multiple consecutive years. He has also served as a Visiting Professor at esteemed institutions in China, South Korea, and Indonesia, delivering keynote speeches at prestigious conferences globally. Dr. Ramzan takes pride in his research supervision, having guided numerous Ph.D. and MS students to successful completion of their theses in Mathematics.

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🎓 Education:

Dr. Muhammad Ramzan earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics from Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan, in 2010, with a thesis titled “Application of Wiener Hopf Technique on Diffraction Problems.” Prior to his doctoral studies, he completed his M.Sc. in Mathematics from Punjab University, Pakistan, in 1993. These academic milestones laid the foundation for his expertise in mathematical research and problem-solving methodologies, particularly in the field of diffraction problems and mathematical techniques.

🏅 Achievements:

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ramzan has garnered international recognition for his outstanding contributions to academia and research. He has been consistently ranked among the top 2% scientists globally by Stanford University from 2020 to 2023. Serving as a Visiting Professor at esteemed institutions such as Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture in China, Jiangsu University in China, and Sejong University in South Korea, Dr. Ramzan has shared his expertise and knowledge on a global scale. His research excellence has been acknowledged through numerous Best Researcher and Best Paper awards at international conferences. Furthermore, his initiative in establishing MS/Ph.D. programs at Bahria University, Islamabad, Pakistan, underscores his commitment to nurturing future scholars. His dedication to excellence in education and research has been recognized with accolades such as being declared an “Excellent Professor” and receiving the Research Productivity Award from Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

📚 Research Interests:

Dr. Muhammad Ramzan specializes in Wave Mechanics and Fluid Mechanics, with a keen focus on nanofluid flows, boundary layer flows, and mathematical modeling. His research delves into the intricate dynamics of fluid behavior at micro and nano scales, exploring phenomena essential for various engineering and scientific applications. Through his expertise, he advances our understanding of fluid mechanics principles and their implications, contributing significantly to the field’s theoretical and practical advancements.

Publication Top Notes:

  1. Model‐based comparative study of magnetohydrodynamics unsteady hybrid nanofluid flow between two infinite parallel plates with particle shape effects – 2022
    • Published in: Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences
    • Cited by: 211
  2. MHD three-dimensional flow of couple stress fluid with Newtonian heating – 2013
    • Published in: The European Physical Journal Plus
    • Cited by: 114
  3. MHD flow of Maxwell fluid with nanomaterials due to an exponentially stretching surface – 2019
    • Published in: Scientific Reports
    • Cited by: 104
  4. Radiative and Joule heating effects in the MHD flow of a micropolar fluid with partial slip and convective boundary condition – 2016
    • Published in: Journal of Molecular Liquids
    • Cited by: 100
  5. Flow of Casson nanofluid with viscous dissipation and convective conditions: a mathematical model – 2015
    • Published in: Journal of Central South University
    • Cited by: 98





Prof. Ramzan Muhammad | Nanofluid Award | Best Researcher Award

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