Estb. 1882

University of the Punjab

Dr. Muhammad Riaz

Assistant Professor
Dr. Muhammad Riaz
Dr. Muhammad Riaz has received M.Sc. M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees in Mathematics from Department of Mathematics University of the Punjab Lahore. His research interests include Pure Mathematics, Fuzzy Mathematics, Topology, Algebra, soft set theory, rough set theory, neutrosophic sets, linear Diophantine fuzzy sets, biomathematics, aggregation operators with applications in decision-making problems, medical diagnosis, artificial intelligence, computational intelligence, information measures, image processing, network topology and pattern recognition.
He has 23+ years regular teaching and research experience. He has published 71+ research articles in international peer-reviewed SCIE & ESCI journals with 1080+ citations. He has been supervised 04 Ph.D. students and 15 M.Phil students. Currently, he is supervising 04 M.Phil and 03 Ph.D. students.
He has been a reviewer for 40+ SCI journals, including International Journal of Intelligent Systems, Applied Soft Computing, Computational & Applied Mathematics, Journal of intelligent and fuzzy Systems, Neural Computing and Applications, Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, International Journal of Biomathematics, Complexity, Complex & Intelligent Systems, Applied General Topology, Neutrosophic sets and Systems, Journal of New Theory, Journal of advanced Studies in Topology, Financial innovation, Arab Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, Evolving systems, Natural and Engineering Sciences, Mathematical Sciences App E Notes, South East Asian Journal of Mathematics ad Mathematical Sciences, TWMS Journal of Applied and Engineering Mathematics, Scientific Inquiry and Review, Fuzzy Information and Engineering, Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society.
He is member editorial board of Journal of New theory, Journal of Advanced Studies in Topology, Decision Making: Applications in Management and Engineering (DMAME), Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Systems, International Journal of Social Science, Innovation and Educational Technologies.
As the project leader, he has directed 2 research projects at the national or provincial level. He has been delivered seminars/talks as invited speakers in many international conferences. He is student’s advisor at the department. He is member of board of studies, member board of faculty, member departmental doctoral program committee (DDPC), and member of many university level committees.
Designation:- Assistant Professor