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Faculty and Staff

Dr. Bilal Ahmed

Assistant Professor

College of Humanities and Sciences





Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2018
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Basic and Applied Sciences
International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan

M.Phil in Mathematics, 2012
Department of Mathematics, Riphah International University, Islamabad, Pakistan

M.Sc. in Mathematics, 2008
Department of Mathematics, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

B.Sc. in Maths and Physics, 2005
Department of Mathematics, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan

Employment History

Assistant Professor, 2023 - Present

University of Science and Technology of Fujairah, UAE

Visiting Assistant Professor, 2022 - 2023

University of Science and Technology of Fujairah, UAE

Assistant Professor, 2018 - 2022

The University of Lahore, Pakistan

Research Associate, 2017 - 2018

International Islamic University, Pakistan

Lecturer (HOD), 2012 - 2017

Army Public College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Assistant Lecturer, 2007 - 2012

Pakistan Air Force College (FAZAIA), Pakistan

Academic Experience

Job Rank Place & Address of Work Date
Assistant Professor
University of Science and Technology of Fujairah
2023 - Present
Visiting Assistant Professor
University of Science and Technology of Fujairah
2022 - 2023
Assistant Professor
The University of Lahore
2018 - 2022
Research Associate
International Islamic University
2017 - 2018
Lecturer (HOD)
Army Public College, Rawalpindi
2012 - 2017
Assistant Lecturer
Pakistan Air Force College (FAZAIA)
2007 - 2012

Research Areas & Interests

  • Dr. Bilal's research endeavors primarily center around Fluid Mechanics, encompassing a wide array of topics such as Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, Stretching sheet flows, Boundary layer flows, Heat transfer analysis, Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) phenomena, Peristaltic motion, Unsteady flows, and Blood flow in arteries. His contributions to this field are evident through the publication of numerous research papers in esteemed international journals. Notably, his research work is characterized by its versatility and has garnered significant recognition through citations from fellow researchers.
  • Presently, Dr. Bilal's research pursuits focus on advanced engineering, numerical techniques, and the simulation of flow problems within fluid dynamics. He adeptly employs various mathematical software, including MATLAB and MATHEMATICA, to explore these intricate phenomena. Dr. Bilal's commitment to the scholarly community extends to his role as a reviewer for several international journals.

The Journal Publications in the Last Five Years

Articles (Selected)

  • Bilal Ahmed. "Information of stagnation-point flow of Maxwell fluid past symmetrically exponential stretching/shrinking cylinder with prescribed heat flux." AIP Advances 13(4) (2023): 045314.

  • Liaqat Ali & Bilal Ahmed: Peristaltic Mechanism in an Inclined Asymmetric Channel Soaked with Porous Media and under Magnetic Effects: Numerical Simulation equipped with Finite Element Method Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, (2023) 37(15), 1235-1257

  • Bilal Ahmed, Fizza Anwar and Asma Ashraf: Inertial Considerations in Peristaltically activated MHD Blood Flow Model in an Asymmetric Channel using Galerkin Finite Element Simulation for Moderate Reynolds number to Alexandria Engineering Journal, (2023) 75, 495-512

  • Bilal Ahmed, S. Noman, A. Aslam and S. Kanwal: Numerical Investigation of Non-linear Radiation Effects in Boundary Layer Oblique Stagnation Point Flow of non-Newtonian Fluids over a Symmetrically Stretching Surface under the Effects of Magnetic Field (Accepted in Scientia Iranica) - 2023.

  • Liaqat Ali, Bilal Ahmed, and Fizza Anwar: Novel Study of Inertial Forces on MHD Peristaltically Driven Micropolar Fluid through Porous-Saturated Asymmetric Channel: Finite Galerkin Approach (Accepted to AIP Advances) - 2023.

  • Z.T. Wei, B. Ahmed, K. Al-Khaled, S.U. Khan, M.I. Khan, S. Ahmad, M. Y. Malik, and W.F. Xia. "Peristaltic Blood Transport in Non-Newtonian Fluid Confined by Porous Soaked Tube: A Numerical Study Through Galerkin Finite Element Technique. (Published in Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering 47(1) (2022), 1019-1031).

  • B. Ahmed, S.U. Khan, S. Ahmad, S.A. Shehzad and W. Chammam: Galerkin finite element analysis for peristaltic flow of micropolar fluid through porous soaked inclined tube independent of wavelength. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering, 236(3), (2022) 1067-1075

  • B. Ahmed, F. Akbar, A. Ghaffari, S.U. Khan, M.I. Khan, & Y.D. Reddy: Soret and Dufour aspects of the third-grade fluid due to the stretching cylinder with the Keller box approach. Waves in Random and Complex Media, (2022) 1-13. Khan, Muhammad Ijaz, Maha MA Lashin, Nidhal Ben Khedher, Bilal Ahmed, Sami Ullah Khan, Mowffaq Oreijah, Kamel Guedri, El Sayed Mohamed Tag-ElDin, and Ahmed M. Galal. "Peristaltic Phenomenon in an Asymmetric Channel Subject to Inclined Magnetic Force and Porous Space. Bioengineering 9, no. 10 (2022): 588

  • B. Ahmed, Khan, S. U., Khan, M. I., Gouadria, S., Hamid, A. H., Yousaf, M., & Malik, M. Y. Magnetic Characteristics of Biological Fluid in Nonlinear Thermally Radiated Blood Flow. Journal of Magnetics, 27(1), (2022). 106-115.

  • H.G. JiLe, B. Ahmed, K. Al-Khaled, M.T. Mehdi, S.U. Khan, M.I. Khan, Y.M. Chu: Peristaltic Activity in an Asymmetric Inclined Channel with Inertial Forces under the Inducement of Magnetic Field: Finite Element Method. (Published in Alexandria Engineering Journal 60 (2021), 4723-4734).

  • W.M. Qian, B. Ahmed, S.U. Khan, M.I. Khan, A.H. Hamid: Novel Scientific Simulations (Finite Element Method) for Peristaltic Blood Flow in an Asymmetric Channel: Applications of Magnetic and Inertial Forces. (Published in Journal of Magnetics 26(1) (2021), 129-140).

  • T. Javed, A.H. Hamid, B. Ahmed and N. Ali: Effect of Heat Transfer on Peristaltic Flow in Presence of Heat Generation against Higher value of Reynolds number using FEM. (Published in Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics 59(2) (2021) 279-292)

  • A.U. Khan Niazi, J. He, R. Shafqat, B. Ahmed: Existence, uniqueness, and Eq-Ulam type Stability of fuzzy fractional differential equation. (Published in Fractal and Fractional, 5(3) (2021), 66)

  • Q.H. Shi, B. Ahmed, S. Ahmad, S.U. Khan, K. Sultan, M.N. Bashir & J.D. Chung. Dual solution framework for mixed convection flow of Maxwell nanofluid instigated by exponentially shrinking surface with thermal radiation. (Published in Scientific Reports, 11(1) (2021) 1-12.)

  • D. Nie, A.U.K. Niazi and B. Ahmed: On Local Generalized Ulam-Hyers Stability for Nonlinear Fractional Functional Differential Equation. (Published in Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2020, 3276873, 12 pages)

  • B. Ahmed and T. Javed: A Study of Full Navier-Stokes Equations of Peristaltic Flow in a Porous-Saturated Tube under the Inducement of Magnetic Field: Finite Element Analysis. (Published in Chaos, Solitons & Fractals 125 (2019), 79-87).

  • Tariq Javed, B. Ahmed, A.H. Hamid and M. Sajid: Numerical analysis of peristaltic transport of Casson fluid for non-zero Reynolds number in presence of magnetic field. (Published in Nonlinear Engineering – Modelling and Application, 7(3) (2018), 183–193).

  • B. Ahmed, T. Javed, and N. Ali: Numerical study at moderate Reynolds number of peristaltic flow of micropolar fluid through a porous-saturated channel in magnetic field. (Published in AIP Advances, 8, 015319 (2018)).

  • T. Javed, B. Ahmed and M. Sajid: Numerical study of mixed convective peristaltic flow through vertical tube with heat generation for moderate Reynolds and wave numbers. (Published in Communications in Theoretical Physics 69(4) (2018), 449-460).

  • B. Ahmed, T. Javed and M. Sajid: Study of peristaltic flow of blood flow model-Casson fluid in tube engaged in magnetic field for effects of moderate Reynolds number. (Published in Journal of Quality Measurement and Analysis, 14(1) (2018), 101-113).