Concordia University

Dr Saiful Zaman, Ph.D. FIMA CMath CSci

Part-time Instructor, Mathematics and Statistics

Office: S-LB 916 
J.W. McConnell Building,
1400 De Maisonneuve W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 3223

Teaching activities

MATH209 Fundamental Mathematics II
MATH202 College Algebra


[1]  Zaman,S.I., Matrix inclusion problems and boundary integrals, IJPAM, 2016 (submitted)


  [2] Zaman, S. I.   Introduction of anew class of integers and some propositions and conjectures  

         thereof, Integers,2016 (submitted)


[3]  Zaman,S.I., Layer formulations of scatteringproblemsand analyticaldrawbacks, IJPAM,2016 (submitted)


[4] Zaman, S. I.,“Boundary integrals with vector potentials applied to matrix inclusion problem”,International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (IJPAM), 78 (8), 2012


[5] Zaman, S. I., “Acomparative analysis of some robust Boundary integral equation methodsfor acoustic scattering”,International Journal of Pure andApplied mathematics (IJPAM), 72(3), pp319-329,  2011


[6]       Zaman,   S.   I.,   “Pressure  analysis   of   acoustic  scattering   using  boundary integrals”,International Journal of Algorithm, Computing and Mathematics, 3 (2),2010


[7]      Choudhury, M. A., and Zaman,S. I., “Self-referencing as socio-scientific methodologyscientific reasoning in contrastingparadigms”, Kybernetes: International Journal of Systems and Cybernetics, 38 (6), pp 990-1003,Emerald UK, 2009 492X&volume=38&issue=6&articleid=1800579&show=html


[8] Zaman, S. I., “A magicnumber”, Mathematics Today, Institute of Mathematics and its applications,UK, 44, 2, April 2008                                             


[9] Choudhury, M. A., Zaman,S. I. and Harahap, S. S., “An evolutionarytopological theory of participatory socioeconomic development”, World Futures , 63(8) pp584-598 Philadelphia,  USA, 2007


[10]    Choudhury,  M. A. ,  Al Nassar,  Y.N. and Zaman,  S.  I., knowledge-induced    operator

model”, Journal  of Scientific  research-Science  & Technology, 12(1),  pp19-40, S. Q.    University,

Oman, 2007


[11]      Choudhury, M. A. and Zaman,S. I., “Learning sets and topologies”, Kybernetes:International Journal of Systems and Cybernetics, 35, pp7 -10 Emerald UK, 2005


[12] Zaman, S. I., “Numerical application ofAdapted Kussmaul Formulation (AKF) of acousticscattering problems”, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, Elsevier Science,40/5-6 pp 591- 596, USA,2004



[13]     Zaman, S. I., AdaptedKussmaul Formulation of acoustic scattering problems”, Applied MathematicsLetters, Vol.14 (5), Elsevier Science, USA,2001 M&_user=912155&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&view=c&_version=1&_urlVersion



[14]  Zaman, S. I., “Acomprehensive review of Boundary integral formulations of acoustic

scattering problems”, Journal of Scientific Research Science and Technology (Special Edition),

S.  Q. University, Oman, 2000


[15] Zaman, S.I., “Kussmaul’s formulation of acoustic scattering problems", Mathematics Research Memorandum #4/96, City University, London, UK, 1996


[16]     Zaman, S. I. and Jaswon, M.A.,"Anew BEM formulation of acoustic scatteringproblems”, Transactions on Modelling and simulation, 1,WIT Press, UK, 1993


[17]     Zaman, S. I.  and Rahman, M, “On order and type of entireDirichlet series", Ganit 10 # 1- 2, pp15-19, 1990

http://ams.math.uni- pid=1139887


[18]     Zaman, S. I.   , "On the fixed pointsof operators on a Banach space",Ganit5 #2 pp75-79


http://ams.math.uni- pid=892621


[19] Zaman, S. I. , "On the relationship between the essentialspectra of an operator and its extension", The Dacca University studies (B), Jan. Vol.XXIX (1), 1981


[20]     Zaman, S. I.        , “A note on the fixed point of the extension of an operator”, The Dacca University Studies (B), Vol. XXVIII (2), 1980


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