Faculty Profile

Dr. Muhammad Sheraz

Assistant Professor

  • PhD (Financial Mathematics and Statistics),, University of Bucharest Romania - 2014
  • Masters , University of Bucharest - 2009
  • MSc (Applied Mathematics), University of Karachi - 2006
  • BSc (Hons) (Mathematics), University of Karachi - 2005
  • BSc (Hons) (Mathematics), - 2005
Area of Specialization: (Financial Mathematics and Statistics),
Professional Activities:
On-board Status: Available


Work Experience:

  • - Assistant Professor Mathematical Sciences and Economics & Finance at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Jan-2016 to PRESENT)
  • - Assistant Professor at Dept of Financial Eng. Assistant Professor at Department of Financial Engineering, Ningbo University, China (July-2015 to Jan-2016) at Ningbo University, China (Jul-2015 to Jan-2016)
  • - Visiting Faculty at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (Sep-2014 to Jun-2015)
  • - Teaching Assistant Faculty of Mathematics and CS Teaching Assistant Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science University of Bucharest Romania (October -2011 to April-2014) at University of Bucharest Romania (Oct-2011 to Apr-2014)
  • - Part time Lecturer, Department of Mathematics Part time Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Karachi Pakistan (July-2008 to Jan-2009) at University of Karachi (Jul-2008 to Jan-2009)
  • - Lecturer , Department of Mathematics Lecturer , Department of Mathematics, University of Karachi Pakistan (May 2007 to May-2008-)(Interim) at University of Karachi (May-2007 to May-2008)

Honors & Awards:
  • - Scholarship from Govt of Romania and Pakistan, Awarded scholarship for Master's studies from Govt of Romania and Pakistan, for the academic years 2009-2011. Awarded scholarship for PhD studies from Govt of Romania for academic years 2011-2014


msheraz@iba.edu.pk
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Research Interest

List to come

  • APPLIED PROBABILITY
  • Applied Stochastic Processes
  • CALCULUS - I
  • FINANCIAL MATHS WITH COMP APPR
  • INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
  • MATHEMATICS FOR ECONOMISTS
  • STOCHASTIC PROCESSES-I