Nasim joined Department of Mathematics, University of Karachi as a Lecturer in 1988. He worked seven years at this position and was involved in teaching Mathematical and computer related courses. He also joined a research group and completed his M. Phil degree in 1993 where his field of research was “Ring Theory”.
Nasim then moved to Saudi Arabia in 1995 and was offered a teaching position at Yanbu Industrial College, Yanbu, KSA. Finally, Nasim decided to move to Canada in 2000. He taught Mathematics, Statistics and computer related courses at various places, which include Information Technology Institute (ITI), Sheridan College, Humber College, University of Guelph (at Bronte College), Mohawk College and B. Tech program at McMaster University. During this period he also completed his Ph. D. from University of Guelph in 2010.
Nasim is interested in modeling, analysis and simulation of Biological systems. He is working in non-linear diffusion-reaction systems that arise in the modeling of biological systems and the simulation of flow equations in irregular domains. Furthermore, he is also interested in scientific computing and its application in Science and Engineering.