|Name|| Sehar Naveed
Marie Curie Fellow
|Address|| Cockcroft Institute
Sci -Tech Daresbury
University of Liverpool
Warrington WA4 4AD, UK
Sehar Naveed was born on June 27, 1985, in Depalpur, a small town in Pakistan. She graduated from Islamia University Bahwalpur (IUB), Pakistan and earned a Silver Medal in Mathematics. In December 2011, Sehar completed her Master’s degree in ‘Mathematics and Computational Sciences’ at the University of Manchester, UK. She wrote her dissertation underlying the field of computational fluid dynamics with the title of ‘The Onset of Convection in the Aqueous Humor of Human Eye’. The project was completed by carrying out an intensive research by modelling the human eye as a 3 dimensional spherical shell and the onset of convection, under the influence of an externally applied central force field, was inspected through numerical simulations.
Sehar has also worked as a lecturer in Mathematics after completing her post-graduation at the Government Degree College for Women, Depalpur, Pakistan. Previously, she had worked as a Science Teacher for Higher Secondary Classes at OPF Public School Depalpur during 2009/2010.
Sehar is a Marie Curie Fellow within the oPAC project and is enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Liverpool. Her research will focus on the development of simulation suite based on the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method. Her research interests include Numerical Optimization, Computational Finite Element Method and Computational Electromagnetism.
Sehar Naveed has now left the QUASAR Group.
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