Assist Prof Dr. Rabia Saleem | General Relativity | Member

PHD at University of the Punjab, Pakistan

Dr. Rabia Saleem, an esteemed HEC Approved Ph.D. Supervisor, is a prominent figure in mathematics, specializing in General Relativity. With 59 research papers in ISI impact factor journals and supervision of 17 MS students, her contributions are substantial. She has taught 50 courses at COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus. Rabia completed her Ph.D. in General Relativity from the University of the Punjab, Lahore, and has received numerous accolades, including the Indigenous Ph.D. Fellowship and a Research Productivity Award. Her administrative roles include organizing international conferences and serving on committees. Rabia’s expertise and leadership make her a vital asset to the academic community.

Professional Profiles:


Ph.D. in General Relativity (2012-2015) University: University of the Punjab, Lahore Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Muhammad Sharif Thesis Title: “Some Inflationary and Cosmic Issues in General Relativity”

Awards, Scholarships, and Honors:

Indigenous Ph.D. Fellowship, Higher Education Commission, Pakistan (2012-2015) Research Productivity Award (2015-2017) Travel grant from PHEC to attend V Italian-Pakistani Workshop on Relativistic Astrophysics, MXP, Italy (2016) Selected as a Young TWAS Affiliate from Pakistan (2021)

Practical Exposure

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Govt. College University, Lahore (Jan. 2016 to Jan. 2017) Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus (Feb. 2017 to Present)

Administrative and Social Experience

Organizer of International Conference on Relativistic Astrophysics, 2015 Member of Admission Committee in COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus (2017-Present) Organizer of 2nd International Conference on Recent Advances in Applied Mathematics, COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus (2019) Member of Lindau Alumni Network (2019) Lindau Alumni Peer Reviewer (2020) Member of International Research Conference Committee (2021)

Research Focus:

The research focus of R. Saleem appears to be primarily centered around various aspects of theoretical cosmology and gravitational physics. Their work encompasses topics such as warm inflationary universe models, exact wormhole solutions, compact stars, dark energy models, and gravitational theories like f(T, T) gravity. They explore diverse phenomena like inflationary dynamics, cosmological gases, anisotropic models, and the effects of viscous pressure on cosmological evolution. Saleem’s research also delves into interdisciplinary areas, including electrochemical properties of nanomaterials for supercapacitors. Overall, their work contributes significantly to understanding the fundamental aspects of the universe and its evolution through theoretical frameworks and observational implications.


  1. Interior solutions of compact stars in f (T, T) gravity under Karmarkar condition, cited by: 24, Publication date: 2020.
  2. The optical appearance of charged four-dimensional Gauss–Bonnet black hole with strings cloud and non-commutative geometry surrounded by various accretions profilescited by: 18, Publication date: 2023.
  3. Confronting the warm vector inflation in Rastall theory of gravity with Planck 2018 datacited by: 17, Publication date: 2020.
  4. Physical aspects of anisotropic compact stars in gravity with off diagonal tetradcited by: 12, Publication date: 2021.
  5. Dynamical study of interacting Ricci dark energy model using Chevallier-Polarsky-Lindertype parametrizationcited by: 9, Publication date: 2020.
  6. Anisotropic spherical solutions via EGD using isotropic Durgapal–Fuloria modelcited by: 8, Publication date: 2021.
  7. Cosmological inflation in f (X) gravity theorycited by: 8, Publication date: 2019.
  8. Exact wormholes solutions without exotic matter in  gravitycited by: 34, Publication date: 2019.
  9. Electromagnetic field and dark dynamical scalars for spherical systemscited by: 11, Publication date: 2019.
  10. Synthesis, characterization and electrochemical properties of α-MnO2 nanowires as electrode material for supercapacitorscited by: 32, Publication date: 2018.



Rabia Saleem | General Relativity | Member

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