Faculty Profile

Dr. Muhammad Imran Qureshi

Assistant Professor

Department Of Mathematics

Dr. Qureshi has obtained his D.PhIl in Mathematics from the  University of Oxford, UK   in 2011 and an MSc in Mathematics from the Quiad-i-Azam University in 2006. Prior to joiningLUMS in 2013,  he served at COMSATS, Islamabad. Previously, he has held visiting postions at the International Center of Theoretical Pysiscs, Italy and Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany.

Dr. Qureshi's research interest are in algebraic geometry and its connections with Combinatorics, Reprsentation theory and String theory.  He mainly works on the biregular classificaton of polarized algebraic varieties.


Fano 3-folds in [InlineEquation not available: see fulltext.] format, Tom and JerryEuropean Journal of MathematicsBrown G., Kasprzyk A.M., Qureshi M.I.2018
Polarized 3-folds in a codimension 10 weighted homogeneous F4 varietyJournal of Geometry and PhysicsQureshi M.I.2017
Computing isolated orbifolds in weighted flag varietiesJournal of Symbolic ComputationQureshi M.I.2017
Constructing projective varieties in weighted flag varieties IIMathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical SocietyQureshi M.I.2015
Calabi-yau threefolds in weighted flag varietiesAdvances in High Energy PhysicsQureshi M.I., Szendri B.2012
Constructing projective varieties in weighted flag varietiesBulletin of the London Mathematical SocietyQureshi M.I., Szendri B.2011