🌟Dr. Jamal Salah, The theory of geometric functions, Best Researcher Award🏆

Doctorate at A’Sharqiyah University, Oman

Jamal Salah holds a PhD in Mathematics from the National University of Malaysia, focusing on the Modified Caputo’s Derivative Operator. They are currently an Associate Professor of Mathematics at A’ Sharqiyah University in Oman. With a diverse background in teaching and research, Salah’s expertise lies in areas such as Geometric Function Theory, Complex Analysis, and Fractional Calculus Applications. They have a strong record of academic engagement, including serving as the Head of the Basic Science department and participating in various university and college committees. Salah is also an active researcher, with numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals and a history of research grants and collaborations.

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Jamal Salah has an extensive publication record, with over 40 peer-reviewed journal articles and contributions to conference proceedings and book chapters. Their research has been cited multiple times, indicating its impact and relevance in the field of mathematics. Salah has also served as a reviewer for several academic journals and has supervised doctoral candidates, contributing to the advancement of mathematical research.

  • 51 citations from 37 documents
  • Authored or co-authored 17 documents
  • An h-index of 4


Salah completed their PhD in Mathematics at the National University of Malaysia, where they focused on the Modified Caputo’s Derivative Operator. Prior to that, they earned their MSc in Mathematics from the University of Jordan and their BSc in Mathematics and Statistics from Mu’tah University in Jordan. Their educational background has provided them with a strong foundation in mathematical theory and application, which they have further developed through their teaching and research career.

Research Focus

Salah’s research interests encompass various areas within mathematics, including Geometric Function Theory, Complex Analysis, Fractional Calculus Applications, and Open Problems in Mathematics. They have contributed significantly to the study of univalent functions, inequalities, and mathematical modeling in biology and population dynamics. Salah’s work often involves exploring new mathematical propositions, developing mathematical models, and applying mathematical techniques to real-world problems.

Professional Journey

Salah’s professional journey spans over two decades and includes positions as a mathematics teacher at various educational institutions in Jordan, the UAE, Indonesia, and Oman. They have served as a lecturer, assistant professor, and associate professor at universities and colleges in Oman, teaching a wide range of mathematics courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Additionally, Salah has held administrative roles such as department head and committee chair, demonstrating their leadership and organizational skills.

Honors & Awards

Throughout their career, Salah has received recognition for their contributions to mathematics education and research. They have been awarded research grants from institutions such as the National University of Malaysia and A’ Sharqiyah University. Salah has also been honored for their excellence in teaching and research, including being named a first runner-up in the Fiesta Mathematica intercollegiate mathematics competition.

Publications Noted & Contributions

Salah has published over 40 papers in peer-reviewed journals, covering topics such as uniformly starlike functions, bi-univalent functions, and mathematical models in biology and population growth. Their research has appeared in prestigious journals like Symmetry, AIMS Mathematics, and the International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics. Salah’s contributions to the field of mathematics include new propositions, inequalities, and mathematical models that advance understanding in their areas of expertise.

“On Uniformly Starlike Functions with Respect to Symmetrical Points Involving the Mittag-Leffler Function and the Lambert Series”

“On a Subclass of Univalent Functions Defined by the Modified Caputo’s Fractional Calculus Derivative Operator”

“Estimating the Second Order Hankel Determinant for the Subclass of Bi-Close-to-Convex Function of Complex Order”

  • Journal: Malaysian Journal of Mathematical Sciences
  • Date: 2024-03-27
  • DOI: 10.47836/mjms.18.1.06
  • Contributors: H. U. Rehman, K. A. Mashrafi, J. Salah

“A Subclass of Uniformly Starlike Functions Associated with a Lambert Series Whose Coefficients are the Sum of Divisors Function”

  • Date: 2023
  • DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.4632257
  • Contributors: Jamal Mohammad Salah, Hameed Ur Rehman, Ahmad Al Azab, Maryam Al Hashmi

Geometric Properties of a Linear Operator Involving Lambert Series and Rabotnov Function”

Research Timeline

Salah’s research timeline reflects a consistent commitment to academic inquiry and scholarly output. Over the years, they have published regularly in peer-reviewed journals, with notable contributions in areas such as the theory of univalent functions, fractional calculus, and mathematical modeling. Salah’s research trajectory demonstrates ongoing engagement with challenging mathematical problems and a dedication to advancing knowledge in their field.

Collaborations and Projects

Salah has been involved in various research collaborations and projects, both locally and internationally. They have served as a co-investigator on research grants and have supervised doctoral candidates at institutions such as the National University of Malaysia. Salah’s collaborative work extends to serving as a reviewer for academic journals, participating in conferences and seminars, and engaging in interdisciplinary research endeavors aimed at addressing complex mathematical problems and real-world applications.

Jamal Salah | The theory of geometric functions | Best Researcher Award

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