Dr Muhammad Mohsin

Contact me

  •   Department of Mathematics
  •   (051)-9265100
  •   dr.m.mohsin1@gmail.com

Dr Muhammad Mohsin

Lecturer

➢ PhD in Applied Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK, Feb. 2013.

• Thesis Title: ‘On Asymptotical and Numerical Analyses of Liquid Jets.’ 

➢ MPhil in Applied Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK, Sep. 2008.

• Thesis Title: ‘Kuzmak’s Method for Two Dimensional Navier-Stokes Equations.’

➢ MSc in Mathematics, Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan, Jan. 2005.

➢ BSc in Mathematics and Physics, University of The Punjab, Pakistan, Aug. 2002. 

➢ Lecturer - Mathematics, Feb. 2021 to present.

Department of Mathematics, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan.

➢ Visiting Assistant Professor - Mathematics, Feb. to Aug. 2020. 

Department of Maths & Stats, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 

➢ Physics Teacher, Jun. 2018 to May 2019.

Jamia Islamia Birmingham Islamic College, Birmingham, UK. 

➢ University and A-Level Mathematics and Physics Tutor, Sep. 2016 to Apr. 2018.

First Tutors, Birmingham, UK.

➢ Assistant Professor - Mathematics, Aug. 2013 to Jan. 2015. 

Department of Maths & Stats, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 

➢ Small Group Teacher and Postgraduate Demonstrator, Sep. 2006 to Apr. 2012.

School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK. 

1. Afzaal, M.F., Uddin, J., Alsharif, A.M. and Mohsin, M., 2015, ‘Temporal and 

spatial instability of a compound jet in a surrounding gas,’ Physics of Fluids, 27, 

044106, 1-12. Impact factor: 3.5. 

2. Mohsin, M., Uddin, J., Decent, S.P., and Afzaal, M.F., 2013, ‘Temporal 

instability analysis of inviscid compound jets falling under gravity,’ Physics of Fluids, 

25, 012103, 1-16. Impact factor: 3.5. 

3. Mohsin, M., Uddin, J., Decent, S.P., and Simmons, M.J.H., 2012, ‘Break-up 

and droplet formation in shear thinning compound liquid jets,’ IMA - Journal of 

Applied Maths., 77, 97-108. Impact factor: 1.49.

• Numerical Analysis: 

Lax-Wendroff, Lax-Friedrich, Runge-Kutta, Newton’s, Ferrari’s, Extrapolation, Trapezoidal and finite difference methods.

• Computational Mathematics: Applications of computational softwares Matlab, Maple and Mathematica to solve the problems in science and engineering.

• Differential Equations: 

To study and to obtain the analytical and numerical solutions of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations.

• Asymptotical Analysis: 

Long-wavelength, multiple-scales, Kuzmak’s, Needham-Leach and classical methods. 

• Fluid Mechanics: 

To study the physics behind the motion of the fluids and to obtain the numerical solutions of inviscid, Newtonian and non-Newtonian problems.

Education

➢ PhD in Applied Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK, Feb. 2013.

• Thesis Title: ‘On Asymptotical and Numerical Analyses of Liquid Jets.’ 

➢ MPhil in Applied Mathematics, University of Birmingham, UK, Sep. 2008.

• Thesis Title: ‘Kuzmak’s Method for Two Dimensional Navier-Stokes Equations.’

➢ MSc in Mathematics, Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan, Jan. 2005.

➢ BSc in Mathematics and Physics, University of The Punjab, Pakistan, Aug. 2002. 

Experience

➢ Lecturer - Mathematics, Feb. 2021 to present.

Department of Mathematics, National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan.

➢ Visiting Assistant Professor - Mathematics, Feb. to Aug. 2020. 

Department of Maths & Stats, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 

➢ Physics Teacher, Jun. 2018 to May 2019.

Jamia Islamia Birmingham Islamic College, Birmingham, UK. 

➢ University and A-Level Mathematics and Physics Tutor, Sep. 2016 to Apr. 2018.

First Tutors, Birmingham, UK.

➢ Assistant Professor - Mathematics, Aug. 2013 to Jan. 2015. 

Department of Maths & Stats, International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. 

➢ Small Group Teacher and Postgraduate Demonstrator, Sep. 2006 to Apr. 2012.

School of Mathematics, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK. 

Publications

1. Afzaal, M.F., Uddin, J., Alsharif, A.M. and Mohsin, M., 2015, ‘Temporal and 

spatial instability of a compound jet in a surrounding gas,’ Physics of Fluids, 27, 

044106, 1-12. Impact factor: 3.5. 

2. Mohsin, M., Uddin, J., Decent, S.P., and Afzaal, M.F., 2013, ‘Temporal 

instability analysis of inviscid compound jets falling under gravity,’ Physics of Fluids, 

25, 012103, 1-16. Impact factor: 3.5. 

3. Mohsin, M., Uddin, J., Decent, S.P., and Simmons, M.J.H., 2012, ‘Break-up 

and droplet formation in shear thinning compound liquid jets,’ IMA - Journal of 

Applied Maths., 77, 97-108. Impact factor: 1.49.

Interests

• Numerical Analysis: 

Lax-Wendroff, Lax-Friedrich, Runge-Kutta, Newton’s, Ferrari’s, Extrapolation, Trapezoidal and finite difference methods.

• Computational Mathematics: Applications of computational softwares Matlab, Maple and Mathematica to solve the problems in science and engineering.

• Differential Equations: 

To study and to obtain the analytical and numerical solutions of Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations.

• Asymptotical Analysis: 

Long-wavelength, multiple-scales, Kuzmak’s, Needham-Leach and classical methods. 

• Fluid Mechanics: 

To study the physics behind the motion of the fluids and to obtain the numerical solutions of inviscid, Newtonian and non-Newtonian problems.