Pakistan: CAFDP 2012 & CAFDP 2019
Post-doctoral training, Wolfson Centre, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
- Graduated, PhD in Mathematics, Technical University Dortmund, Germany. 2016. Doctoral Research: “Numerical Techniques for the Simulation of PDEs on Surfaces for Biomathematical Problems.”
- MPhil in Applied Mathematics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
- MSc in Applied Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan
- BEd in Mathematics and Physics, Allama Iqbal Open Universiy, Islamabad, Pakistan
- BSc in Major in Mathematics and Computer Science, University of the Punjob, Lahore, Pakistan
Dr. Ramzan Ali is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics with the UCA School of Arts and Sciences. Previously, he was a UCA Central Asian Faculty Development Programme Fellow, Research Associate at Quaid-i-Azam University, PhD and postdoctoral researcher with the Technical University of Dortmund (Germany). He supervised numerous graduate students and taught several courses in mathematics. He serves on editorial boards and actively reviews for various international scientific journals in applied mathematics and computational science. Dr. Ali’s research interests include computational mathematics, biomathematics, fluid dynamics, non-linear partial differential equations, and material sciences. He has presented at various conferences and published number of research articles on numerical schemes for solutions of non-linear partial differential equations. Specifically, his doctoral research focused on developing a numerically stable scheme for simulation of evolving membrane on surfaces. He holds a PhD in Mathematics from the Technical University of Dortmund (Germany), MSc and MPhil, both in Applied Mathematics from Quaid-i-Azam University (Pakistan), and BSc from the University of the Punjab Lahore (Pakistan). He also holds a BEd from Allama Iqbal Open University (Pakistan) focusing teaching of Physics and Mathematics. Dr. Ali is on study leave for the 2019-2020 academic year at the University of Oxford as part of UCA's Central Asian Faculty Development Programme.