Dr. Zaidi obtained a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Massey University, New Zealand in 2015 where he also served as Post-doctoral fellow.

Dr. Zaidi has an impressive track record of delivering talks and has several awards and recognitions to his credit, some of which include:

  • First prize for his talk on ‘Solutions to an advanced functional partial differential equation of the pantograph-type’ at the second INMS postgraduate student conference 2014.
  • Second prize for his talk on ‘A size structured cell growth model’ at the first INMS postgraduate student conference 2013.
  • A talk on ‘Solutions to an advanced functional partial differential equation of the pantograph-type’ at Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZAIM) conference 2015.
Title Publication Author Year
Asymmetrical cell division with exponential growth ANZIAM Journal 2021
On the existence of solutions to an inhomogeneous pantograph type equation with singular coefficients Journal of Elliptic and Parabolic Equations 2020
On existence and uniqueness of solutions to a pantograph type equation ANZIAM Journal 2020
Trace formulas for Schr??dinger operators on star graphs with general matching conditions Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 2018
A functional partial differential equation arising in a cell growth model with dispersion Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 2018
Asymmetric cell division with stochastic growth rate. Dedicated to the memory of the late Spartak Agamirzayev Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences 2018
On a cell division equation with a linear growth rate ANZIAM Journal 2018
Conservation Laws and Exact Solutions of Generalized Nonlinear System and Nizhink-Novikov-Veselov Equation Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2018
Probability density function solutions to a Bessel type pantograph equation Applicable Analysis 2016
Solutions to an advanced functional partial differential equation of the pantograph type Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 2015
A model for asymmetrical cell division Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering 2015