Dr. Rehmat Ellahi Wins Gold Medal In Mathematical Sciences
Dr. Rahmat Ellahi, a member of IIUI, has been recognized for his work in the field of mathematical sciences as he wins a gold medal for his achievements.
Dr. Rahmat Ellahi, a professor at the International Islamic University (IIUI)’s Mathematics Department and director of the Quality Assurance Directorate, has brought honor to the university as he wins the 2022 Pakistan Academy of Sciences Gold Medal in Mathematical Sciences.
Dr. Rahmat Ellahi, a member of the International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI), has been recognized for his work in the field of mathematical sciences as he wins a gold medal for his achievements.
This is certainly a significant accomplishment and is likely a source of pride and honor for both Dr. Ellahi and the IIUI community.
It’s important for universities and academic institutions to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of their students and faculty members, as they are integral to the success and reputation of the institution. Such recognition can also serve as an inspiration and motivation for others to pursue excellence in their fields.
Dr. Rahmat Ellahi has over 300 publications, an h-index of 86, and approximately 23,000 (23000) citations in Google Scholar. He is the author of six books, has supervised 34 PhD and MS research students, and has received several national and international research grants.
Dr. Rahmat Ellahi is the Editor in Chief of one Scopus journal and an editor of five international impact factor journals recognised by HEC.
He has already received several national and international awards, including the Fulbright Award from the United States, the Highly Cited Researcher Award from Clarivate Analytics, the Best University Teacher Award from HEC, the Productive Scientist of Pakistan Awards from PCST, the Ministry of Science and Technology in Category A, the Best Paper Award from Emerald Literati, and the Best Book Award, among others.
According to Stanford University in the United States, he is the 2% most highly cited scientist in the world. His impactful, innovative ideas include mathematical modelling with differential equations.
The Pakistan Academy of Sciences (PAS) is a national organization that promotes scientific research, development, and innovation in Pakistan.
The PAS is a non-governmental, non-profit organization that was established in 1953 to encourage and support research in various scientific fields and to provide a platform for the exchange of scientific knowledge and ideas.