Dr. Sana Javed
Assistant Professor, Mathematics
Area of Interest: Graph Theory, Mathematical Biology
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007   (130)
On Leave

     The topic of my PhD dissertation was chromaticity of graphs and hypergarphs. I have also published various articles on graph labeling in which I proved the super edge magicness of several families of disjoint union of acyclic graphs. I am also working in the field of computaional biology, in many of my articles I have formalised the mathematical frameworks to depict the behaviour of discrete cellular and molecular factors involved in the functioning of differnt human oragnisms along with some linked pathologies like bone metastasis, cancer, osteoporosis and chronic kidney disease. 

           Superviosion 

            Supervised 2 MS students

            Supervising one PhD and 3 MS students    

    Project

    - Dynamics of Polycystic Renal Disorder amounting Rs1.5 million, 2017 (approved by HEC)

    - Advances in Ecological Information Systems towards Epidemiology amounting RS 0.8 million (submitted)

Conferences, Seminars and Workshops

-Presented paper in “1st UMT National Conference on Pure and Applied Mathematics”, University of Management and Technology Lahore, Mar 7-8, 2015.

-Presented paper in “6th World Conference on 21st Century Mathematics 2013”, ASSMS, GC University Lahore, Mar 6-9, 2013.

-Participated in “Spring Workshop on Recent Advances in Graph Theory and Combinatorics”, LUMS, Lahore, Feb 17-19, 2012.

-Presented paper in “Workshop on Graph Theory”, ASSMS, GC University Lahore, Dec 22-24, 2011.

-Participated in “5th World Conference on 21st Century Mathematics 2011”, ASSMS, GC University Lahore, Feb 9-13, 2011.

-Participated in Symposium “Computational/Complexities, Innovations and Solutions”, COMSATS Abbottabad, May 10-11, 2010 .

-Participated in “4th World Conference on 21st Century Mathematics 2009”, ASSMS, GC University Lahore, Mar 4-8, 2009 .

Overseas Visits (Participated)

Jun 24-27, 2016        CMS Summer Meeting / Réunion d'été de la SMC 2016, Edmonton, Canada.

Aug 24- Sep 4, 2015  Research school “Tilings and Tessellations”, Isfahan, Iran. 

Nov 3-16, 2014         Research school “Aspects of Dynamical Systems”, Nepal. 

Dec 2-14, 2013         Research  school "Geometry and Topolgy of singular varieties. Theory and Applications", Vietnam.

May 20-31, 2013       Research school “Graphes, Codes, and Designs”, Ramkhamhaeng University, Bangkok, Thailand.

Sep 5-17, 2011         Research school “Analytical and algebraic tools of modern multivariate analysis and graphical models”, Hammamet, Tunisia.

Jul 18-29, 2011         Research school “Non-linear Computational Geometry, Universitas Gadjah Mada”, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Publications:

Journal Papers:
1. Sana Javed, Mariya Ahmad, Ayesha Riasat (2018), "Chromaticity of K_4 homeomorph graphs", Utilitas Mathematica, Vol: Accepted for Publication, Impact Factor: 0.3   
2. S. Javed, I. Tomescu (2018), "Ordering connected 3-chromatic graphs", Mathematical Reports, Vol: accepted for publication, Impact Factor: 0.2  Abstract 
3. Ayesha Sohail, Lubna Sherin, Saad Ihsan Butt, Sana Javed (2018), "Role of Key Players in Paradigm Shifts of Prostate Cancer Bone Metastasis", Cancer Management and Research, Vol: accepted for publication, Impact Factor: 3.8   
4. Sana Javed, Mujtaba Hussain, Ayesha Riasat, Salma Kanwal, Mariam Imtiaz, and M. O. Ahmad (2017), "Deficiency of Forests", Open MAthematics, pp: 1431–1439, Vol: 15, Impact Factor: 0.625    (External URL)
5. Sana Javed, Ayesha Sohail , Khadija Maqbool, Saad Ihsan Butt, Qasim Ali Chaudhry (2017), "The Lattice Boltzmann method and computational analysis of bone dynamics I", Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling, Vol: 5, Issue: 12     (External URL)
6. Ayesha Riasat, Salma Kanwal, Sana Javed (2016), "On Odd-Graceful Labeling of Disjoint Union of Graphs", Utilitas Mathematica, pp: 189-241, Vol: 101, Impact Factor: 0.3   
7. S. Kanwal, S. Javed, A. Riasat, (2016), "On the super edge-magicness and the deficiency of some families of acyclic graphs Mathematica", Utilitas Mathematica, pp: 323-356, Vol: 100, Impact Factor: 0.3  Abstract 
8. Sadia Arshad, Ayesha Sohail, Sana Javed (2015), "Dynamical Study of Fractional Order Tumor Model", International Journal of Computational Methods, pp: 1550032 [12 pages], Vol: 12, Issue: 5, Impact Factor: 1.053   
9. I. Tomescu, S. Javed (2015), "Extremal bicyclic 3-chromatic graphs", Graphs and Combinatorics, pp: 1043-1052, Vol: 31, Issue: 4, Standard: 0911-0119 (print version),1435-5914 (electronic ve, Impact Factor: 0.351   
10. Ayesha Sohail, Sadia Arshad, Sana Javed (2015), "Numerical Solutions of Fractional Order Tumor Model", International Journal of Biomathematics, pp: 1550069 [13 pages], Vol: 8, Issue: 5, Impact Factor: 1.05   
11. Ayesha Riasat, Sana Javed, (2015), "Odd Graceful Labeling of Acyclic Graphs", American Journal of Applied Mathematics, pp: 14-18, Vol: 3, Issue: 1 , Impact Factor: 0.3   
12. S. Javed, A. Riasat, S. Kanwal, (2015), "On super edge-magicness and deficiencies of forests", Utilitas Mathematica , pp: 149-169, Vol: 98, Impact Factor: 0.3  Abstract 
13. S. Javed, I. Tomescu (2013), "Chromatically equivalent k-bridge hypergraphs", MATH. REPORTS , pp: 281-285, Vol: 15(65), Issue: 3 (2013) , Standard: 2285-3898 , Impact Factor: 0.2   
14. I. Tomescu, S. Javed (2013), "On the Chromaticity of quasi linear hypergraphs", Graphs and Combinatorics, pp: 1921-1926, Vol: 29, Issue: 6, Standard: 0911-0119 (Print) 1435-5914 (Online), Impact Factor: 0.351   

Qualification

PhD
ASSMS GC University Lahore-Pakistan, Pakistan
Sep 2007 to Mar 2013
   
MSc(Hons)
University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Feb 2005 to Mar 2007
   
BSc(Hons)
University of the Punjab, Pakistan
Jan 2001 to Dec 2004
   

Experience

Assistant Professor
CIIT Lahore
Jul 2013 to Date
   
Assistant Professor
University of Management and Technology Lahore-Pakistan
Oct 2012 to Apr 2013
   

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