Tajdar Mufti is an Assistant Professor at the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering, LUMS. Dr. Mufti’s research interests lie in Mathematical Physics and Theoretical Physics with a particular focus on numerical computations and simulations. Most of his research endeavors have been related to quantum field theories of scalar and bosonic fields, particularly using non-perturbative approaches, i.e. the methods of Dyson Schwinger Equations and lattice simulation, in order to explore different aspects of the models for a number of reasons.
Dr. Mufti has taught at the University of Karachi Pakistan and Habib University Karachi Pakistan, while also being a teaching assistant during his Ph.D. studies.
Dr. Mufti received his Ph.D. degree from Friedrich Schiller University Germany with the thesis entitled, “Non-perturbative aspects of Yang-Mills-Higgs theory” using the method of lattice simulations. Additionally, Dr. Mufti received his Master’s in Physics from Lund University Sweden with a thesis with ATLAS group. He has also been part of a research group in Mathematical Physics at Lund University Sweden for a research project.