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Saba Irum and Burhan ul Haq, PhD Scholars at Mathematics Department, Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE), Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) attended the Summer School "Hands-on Research in Complex Systems Schools" held on July 16-27, 2018 at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), in Trieste, Italy. This activity was a whole new experience that guided the students towards the multiple dimensions related to their research area and for introducing them with the modern research trends. Complete story
Dr. Adnan Khan, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics at the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering has been appointed the Dean, Office of Student Affairs. According to the announcement made by the Office of the Vice Chancellor, Dr. Khan’s tenure starts in July 2018 and ends June 30, 2021. Speaking about his appointment, Dr. Khan shared that the LUMS Management cares a great deal for the academic and non-academic development of its students. “The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) aims to provide support and guidance to students during their academic journey. We are available to address any concerns regarding campus life and academic issues that our students may face. I encourage and welcome students to contact me or any of the OSA staff regarding any concerns they may have. I hope through these interactions, we will be able to learn from each other and help develop a vibrant and thriving community,” he said. Complete story