Dr. Zaidi obtained a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Massey University, New Zealand in 2015 where he also served as Post-doctoral fellow.
Dr. Zaidi has an impressive track record of delivering talks and has several awards and recognitions to his credit, some of which include:
- First prize for his talk on ‘Solutions to an advanced functional partial differential equation of the pantograph-type’ at the second INMS postgraduate student conference 2014.
- Second prize for his talk on ‘A size structured cell growth model’ at the first INMS postgraduate student conference 2013.
- A talk on ‘Solutions to an advanced functional partial differential equation of the pantograph-type’ at Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZAIM) conference 2015.
|Asymmetrical cell division with exponential growth||ANZIAM Journal||2021|
|On the existence of solutions to an inhomogeneous pantograph type equation with singular coefficients||Journal of Elliptic and Parabolic Equations||2020|
|On existence and uniqueness of solutions to a pantograph type equation||ANZIAM Journal||2020|
|Trace formulas for Schr??dinger operators on star graphs with general matching conditions||Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical||2018|
|A functional partial differential equation arising in a cell growth model with dispersion||Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences||2018|
|Asymmetric cell division with stochastic growth rate. Dedicated to the memory of the late Spartak Agamirzayev||Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences||2018|
|Conservation Laws and Exact Solutions of Generalized Nonlinear System and Nizhink-Novikov-Veselov Equation||Mathematical Problems in Engineering||2018|
|On a cell division equation with a linear growth rate||ANZIAM Journal||2018|
|Probability density function solutions to a Bessel type pantograph equation||Applicable Analysis||2016|
|Solutions to an advanced functional partial differential equation of the pantograph type||Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences||2015|
|A model for asymmetrical cell division||Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering||2015|