B.Sc. UTM, M.Sc. UTM, Ph.D. Wollonggong
Applied Mathematics – Solitons in collodial media.
Room no: 114, Ext: 2671
Main research areas
- Solitary Waves
- Nonlinear Waves
- Differential Equations
- Mathematical Modeling
Post-grad students graduated under main supervision:
- Azhar Bin Ahmad, MSc (2016). Solutions of Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation.
- Nur Atikah Ismail, MSc (2016). Using fractional differential equation to describe leptospirosis.
Amirah Azmi is a senior lecturer in the School of Mathematical Sciences at Universiti Sains Malaysia where she has been a member since 2014. She completed her Ph.D. at Wollongong University, Australia and her MSc and BSc at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Her research interests lie in the area of nonlinear waves, ranging from theoretical to numerical solutions with a focus on applications of solitary wave equations. Her papers have been published in a few well-known journals in her areas such as Journal of Optics and Journal of Optical Physics & Materials.
Publications within the last 5 years:
- “Dispersive shock waves in colloids with temperature dependent compressibility” (with T. R. Marchant), Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics & Materials, 23 (4), (2014)
- “Colloidal solitary waves with temperature dependent compressibility” (with T. R. Marchant), Journal of Optics, 16, (2014)