Nadeem Malik

Nadeem Malik

Adjunct Faculty in Mathematics
College Of Arts And Sciences
Department of Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences
Sci Tech, Suite 311





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2021– Present: Professor (Adjunct) Texas A&M University, Mathematics, USA

2018 – Present: Professor (Adjunct) Texas Tech University, Mechanical Engineering, USA

2010 – 2018: Associate Professor King Fahd University of Petroleum, Department of Mathematics, Saudi Arabia

1997 – 2010: Positions at Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London, and University of Cambridge

1994-1996 Marie Curie Research Fellow EU, Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France

1991-1993 Postdoc ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) Zurich, Switzerland

1991 PhD in Mathematics, University of Cambridge, England.

1983 BSc  in Mathematics, Imperial College London

Teaching Summary

Year Rank Company/Institute/University
2021-Present Adjunct Professor Texas A&M University San Antonio
2018-Present Adjunct Professor Texas Tech Univeristy Lubbock
2010-2018 Associate Professor King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

Classes Observing

Course Code Course Name
MATH-4303_001 Statistical Methods
MATH-1314_006 College Algebra 
MATH-1314_006 College Algebra Recitation
MATH-1314_008 College Algebra 
MATH-1314_008 College Algebra Recitation



Topic Info


Publications (Recent)

  • Malik N. A. & F. Hussain Lie symmetry solution of turbulent plane jets.  In preparation (2022).
  • Malik N. A. & F. Hussain (2021) New scaling laws predicting turbulent particle pair diffusion, overcoming the limitations of the prevalent Richardson-Obukhov theory.  Physics of Fluids, 33, 035135. doi: 10.1063/5.0036955.

  • Usama M.S. & Malik N.A. (2021) A Comparison of Turbulence Generated by 3DS Sparse Grids with Different Blockage Ratios and Different Co-frame Arrangements. In: Kilgour D.M., Kunze H., Makarov R., Melnik R., Wang X. (eds) Recent Developments in Mathematical, Statistical and Computational Sciences. AMMCS 2019. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, vol 343. Springer, Cham.

  • Malik, Nadeem A. Turbulent particle pair diffusion: a theory based upon local and non-local diffusion processes. PLoS ONE 13(10): e0202940, (2018).

  • Ali, I. & Malik, N. A. A Realistic Transport Model with Pressure-Dependent Parameters for Gas Flow in Tight Porous Media with Application to Determining Shale Rock Properties. Transport In Porous Media Vol. 124 No. 3, pp 723-742, (2018).

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
MATH 4303 001 Statistical Methods Fall 2022 Syllabi
MATH 1314 006 College Algebra Fall 2022 Syllabi
MATH 1014 006 College Algebra Recitation Fall 2022 Syllabi