Arif Zaman PHD Doctor, Scientist and Mathematician at LUMS
The Auto Biography of Arif Zaman:
Arif Zaman is a Pakistani Ph.D Doctor, Mathematician, an academic scientist and a professor of Statistics and Mathematics. Before joining this LUMS university in 1994, he also served Statistics Department at Purdue University and Florida State University.
Zaman attended the Harvey Mudd College where he completed his B.S. in Mathematics in 1976. He completed his M.A. Applied Mathematics in 1977, and PhD Statistics from Stanford University in 1981. In his doctoral thesis he studied de Finetti’s theorem and its possible turn out in Markov chain. His dissertation was supervised by Persi Diaconis.
Zaman’s recent research has been in the field of pseudo-random number generation which is now widely used in modern computing needs. He has also published papers on generalizations of Markov chains, and on using computers to solve various theoretical problems in mathematics and statistics.
Zaman’s Publications in Different Journals:
His publications have been in various journals including:
- The Annals of Probability,
- Mathematics of Computation,
- Journal of Applied Probability,
- Journal of Statistical Computation.
Arif Zaman at Seminars:
Arif Zamann is quite famous personality around the globe and especially in Pakistan, he used to deliver different workshops and seminars at LUMS and different universities of Pakistan.
In his student years at Stanford, he was also rumored to be one of the two people involved in creating one of the first rabbit worms that replicated themselves over the local network.
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