KULLIYYAH OF SCIENCE

KULLIYYAH OF SCIENCE

Computational & Theoretical Sciences

Computational & Theoretical Sciences


The Department of Computational and Theoretical Sciences (also known as CTS) is currently headed by Dr. Mimi Hafizah Abdullah. CTS is offering Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Honours).

Here, there are six areas of concentration offered by the department:

  • Computational Mathematics
  • Optics
  • Statistics
  • Financial Mathematics
  • Pure Mathematics
  • Operational Research (Currently not available)
Students who will pursue their studies in this program have also the chance to pursue minor programs from two (2) different fields, namely Minor in Education, and Minor in Business Administration. The Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (BMathSc) programme has a minor critical component in Islamic Revealed Knowledge in addition to the core Mathematical Sciences subjects. For postgraduate studies, we offer the opportunity to do a fully research degree of Master of Science (Computational and Theoretical Sciences) and also PhD under supervision of our academic staff.



"Mathematics provide the best training for the mind and it is instrumental in its development."

Contact Us:

Department of Computational and Theoretical Sciences
Kulliyyah of Science,
International Islamic University Malaysia,
Bandar Indera Mahkota,
25200 Kuantan, Pahang,
Malaysia.

Phone No: +609 571 6754
Fax No: +609 571 6789

(Please click the profile to view the staff directory.)


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Research





The Department of Computational and Theoretical Sciences carries out research on a multiple and integrated disciplines, which includes fundamental and applied studies. There is considerable overlap between these themes, with many members of the Department working in more than one theme, and many research projects that cut across theme boundaries.



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    Year


Events and Activities


             2017






  • IIUM Mathematics Competition 2017 (IMC 2017) (13 - 14 September 2017) Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/imc/
  • Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Their Applications in Mathematical Physics, Engineering and Economics (2017). Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/wds2017
  • University Classroom Experience
  • Mentor-mentee Programme
  • 2016

  • 37th International Conference on Quantum Probablity and Related Topics Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/qp2016/
  • IIUM Mathematics Competition 2016 (IMC 2016)


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    YearEvents/Activities
    2019Mentor-mentee Meet Up (MCUBE) 3.0, 26 February 2019
    2018
  • Mentor-mentee Meet Up (MCUBE) 1.0, 14 February 2018
  • IIUM Mathematics Competition 2018 (IMC 2018),19 September 2018, Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/imc/
  • Mentor-mentee Meet Up (MCUBE) 2.0, 28 September 2018
  • Basic Latex Workshop 2018, 6 December 2018
  • 2017IIUM Mathematics Competition 2017 (IMC 2017) (13 - 14 September 2017) Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/imc/
  • Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Their Applications in Mathematical Physics, Engineering and Economics (2017). Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/wds2017
  • University Classroom Experience
  • Mentor-mentee Programme (MCUBE)
  • 201637th International Conference on Quantum Probablity and Related Topics Webpage: http://www.iium.edu.my/qp2016/
  • IIUM Mathematics Competition 2016 (IMC 2016)


  • RU46: DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

    Coordinator : Prof. Dr. Nasir Ganikhodjaev

    Date of established: 13 June 2013

    DESCRIPTION

    A dynamical system is a concept in mathematics where a fixed rule describes the time dependence of a point in a geometric space. Dynamical systems describe the time evolution of systems which arise from physics, biology, chemistry and other areas.

    At any given time a dynamical system has a state given by a set of real numbers (a vector) that can be represented by a point in an appropriate state space (a geometrical manifold). Small changes in the state of the system create small changes in the numbers. The evolution rule of the dynamical system is a fixed rule that describes what future states follow from the current state. The rule is deterministic; in other words, for a given time interval only one future state follows from the current state.


    FIELDS OF EXPERTISE

    • Ergodic Theory

    • Dynamical Systems

    • Statistical Mechanics

    • Functional Analysis

    • P-adic Analysis

    • Tree enumeration in lattice models

    • Nonlinear Quadratic Stochastic Operator


    FULL MEMBER:

    1. Prof Dr Nasir Ganikhodjaev (HEAD)

    2. Prof Dr Mohamed Ridza Wahiddin

    3. Assoc Prof Dr Pah Chin Hee

    4. Assoc Prof Dr Bakhram Umarov

    5. Dr Mimi Hafizah Abdullah

    6. Dr Mohd Hirzie Mohd Rodzhan

    7. Dr Siti Fatimah Zakaria

    8. Dr Nur Zatul Akmar Hamzah

    9. Dr Muhammad Salihi Abdul Hadi

    10. Dr Siti Marponga Tolos

    11. Dr Nurul Farahain Mohammad

    12. Dr Wan Nur Fairuz Alwani Wan Rozali

    ASSOCIATE MEMBER

    1. Prof Dr Mohd Salmi Md Noorani

    2. Prof Dr Akhtam Dzhalilov

    3. Prof Dr Farrukh Mukhamedov

    4. Assoc Prof Dr Mansoor Saburov

    5. Assoc Prof Dr Ural Djumaevich Bekbaev

    6. Dr Habibulla Ahadkulov

    7. Dr Ummu ‘Atiqah Mohd Roslan


    RECENT EVENT:

    1. Workshop on Dynamical Systems and their applications in Mathematical Physics, Engineering and Economics (2017) – 15 May 2107

    2. 37th International Conference on Quantum Probability and Related topics – 22-26 August 2016



    You can download the official CTS department logo here:

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