Abdus Salam School of Mathematics

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Abdus Salam School of Mathematics
Location
68-B, New Muslim Town, Lahore, Punjab (Pakistan)
Pakistan
Information
Type Research Institute
Established 2003 (2003)
Principal Dr. A.D. Raza Choudary, Sc.D.[1]
Website

The Abdus Salam School of Mathematics Sciences, also known as School of Mathematical Sciences, abbreviated as ASSMS, is an academic and technologically advanced research institute of the Government College University Lahore, Punjab province of Pakistan.[2] Partnered with Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), the institute is named after world renowned and prominent Theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate Professor. Abdus Salam, dedicated to the advanced of Mathematics and, contributing in Mathematical physics.[2]

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Professor Abdus Salam, Pakistan's only Nobel Laureate, played an influential role in Pakistan's Science policy, as he was responsible for the establishment of numbers of research educational institutes in his country, particularly the prominent institute, the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology (PINSTECH). Salam, an alumnus of the Department of Mathematics of the Government College University, played a major role in updating the University's educational curriculum and also taught Mathematics there.

In 2003, an advice taken from PAEC's Asghar Qadir, the Government of Punjab, created and led the establishment of center of excellence for the Mathematical Sciences, under the auspicious of Government College University.[3] The institute became country's largest post-doctoral and mathematical research institute and has been named as world's one of the most premier institute.[3] While, its faculty is from Foreign countries, particularly from Eastern Europe, the institute managed the world conferences on the theme "21st Century Mathematics".[3]

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Welcome Message from Director General". The Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences Official website. 
  2. ^ a b (GCU), Government College University. "Science Research at GCU: The Abdus Salam School of Mathematics". The Government College University Official website. 
  3. ^ a b c (ASSMS), The Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences. "Achievements". The Abdus Salam School of Mathematical Sciences Official website.