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Engr. Dr. Johar Khurshid Farooqi
Professor, Dean EAS and EMS, HoD, Basic Sciences
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Mechanical Engineering), University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
MS (Mechanical Engineering), KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
BS (Mechanical Engineering), UET, Lahore

Formerly:
HoD, Mechanical Engineering, DHA Suffa University
Post-doctoral Research Scholar, School of Materials, University of Manchester
Lecturer/Asst. Prof./Assoc. Prof., Mechanical Engineering, NUST, Karachi

Research Interests:
• Composite Materials
• Materials Modeling
• Renewable Energy Systems
• Finite Element Modeling
• Image-based Modeling

Publications:
• Bari, Khan, Lowe, Farooqi - Measurement of Thermal Diffusivity for Alumina Borosilicate Glass Bearing TRISO Fuel Particles_Experiment and Modelling Correlation - Journal of Materials Science - v48 n14 pp4866 2013
• Ali, Buckthorpe, Cheyene, Farooqi, Mummery - Comparative Study of Predictive Finite Element Methods for Mechanical Properties in 2D Woven Carbon/Carbon Composites, Advanced Materials Science - v59 pp116 2009
• Farooqi, Sheikh - Finite Element Modelling of Thermal Transport in Ceramic Matrix Composite - Computational Materials Science - v37 n3 pp361 2006
• Ali, Farooqi, Buckthorpe, Cheyene, Mummery - Comparative Study of Predictive FE Methods for Mechanical Properties of Nuclear Composites - Journal of Nuclear Materials - n3 v383 pp247 2009
• Khan, Al-Sulaiman, Farooqi, Younas - Fatigue Life Predictions in Woven Carbon Fabric/Polyester Composites based on Modulus Degradation - Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites - n5 v20 pp377 2001
• Khan, Al-Sulaiman, Farooqi - Fatigue Damage Characterization in Plain-Weave Carbon-Carbon Fabric Reinforced Plastic Composites - Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites - Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites - n15 v17 pp1320 1998
• Mokheimer, Antar, Farooqi, Zubair - Analytical and Numerical Solution along with PC Spread-sheet Modeling for a Composite Fin - Heat and Mass Transfer - n4 v32 pp229 1997

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Dr. Muhammad Mobeen Movania
Assistant Professor and HoD, Computer Science
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Computer Science), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
BS (Computer Science), Iqra University, Karachi

Formerly:
Post Doctoral Research Scientist, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), A-Star, Singapore
Research Officer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Senior Programmer, Data Communication and Control (DCC), Karachi, Pakistan

Research Interests:
• GPU based volume rendering, Biomedical imaging and visualization, Soft body simulations, Physically based animation, Physically based rendering, Cloth simulation, Augmented reality

Publications:
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, Simulating Soft Bodies using Strain Based Dynamics, Chapter 12 in Game Engine Gems 3, AK Peters/CRC Press, pp:xx, Expected 2016.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen and Lin Feng, Realtime Volumetric Lighting for WebGL, WebGL Insights, AK Peters/CRC Press, pp:261-284, 2015.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, Introduction to Modern OpenGL in C plusplus, FIT 2014 Tutorial, Islamabad, 17-19 December 2014
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen and LIN Feng, Coupling between In Vivo Endomicroscopic Imaging and Visualization Computing, in Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems (CISIS 2014), Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK, 2-4 July 2014.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, OpenGL Development Cookbook, Packt Publishing, pp:300, July 2013.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, FARBIZ Farzam, Depth Image Based Cloth Deformation for Virtual Tryon, ACM SIGGRAPH 2013 Posters, 2013
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, CHIEW Wei Ming, LIN Feng, On-Site Volume Rendering with GPU-Enabled Devices, Wireless Personal Communications, Vol 1(2), 2013
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen and Lin Feng, Realtime Physically-based Deformation Using Transform Feedback, Chapter 17 in OpenGL Insights, AK Peters/CRC Press, pp:233-248, 2012
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, LIN Feng et. al, Coupling between Meshless FEM Modeling and Rendering on GPU for Real-time Physically-based Volumetric Deformation, Journal of WSCG, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp:1-10, ISSN 1213-6972, Union Agency, 2012
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen and LIN Feng, A Novel GPU-based Deformation Pipeline, in ISRN Computer Graphics, Vol 2012(2012), Article ID 936315, p:8, DOI:10.5402/2012/936315, 2012
• Patricia SP Thong, Stephanus S. Tandjung, MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen et al., Toward Real-time Virtual Biopsy of Oral Lesions using Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy Interfaced with Embedded Computing, in Journal of Biomedical Optics, Vol. 17, No. 5, DOI:10.11171.JBO.17.5.056009 , 2011.
• Patricia SP Thong, Malini Olivo, Stephanus S Tandjung, MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen et. al, Review of Confocal Fluorescence Endomicroscopy for Cancer Detection, in IEEE Photonics Society (IPS) Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 18, No. 4, , pp: 1355 - 1366, 2011.
• Patricia S. P. Thong, Malini Olivo, MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen et. al, Hypericin Fluorescence Imaging of Oral Cancer: From Endoscopy to Real-time 3-Dimensional Endomicroscopy, in Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics, Vol. 1(2), pp:139-143, 2011.
• Patricia S. P. Thong, Ramaswamy Bhuvaneswari, Malini Olivo, MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, et. al, Toward 3-dimensional virtual biopsy of oral lesions through the development of a confocal endomicroscope interfaced with embedded computing, in proceedings of SPIE OSA Biomedical Optics, SPIE Vol. 8086, 80860W, Munich, Germany, 2011.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, et. al, GPU-based Surface Oriented Interslice Directional Interpolation for Volume Visualization, in proceedings of Isabel 2009, 2nd International Symposium on Applied Sciences in Biomedical and Communication Technologies, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 2009.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, et. al, Automated Local Adaptive Thresholding for Real-time Feature Detection and Rendering of 3D Endomicroscopic Images on GPU, in proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Computer Graphics & Virtual Reality, CGVR 2009, July 13 - 16, 2009, Las Vegas Nevada, USA. CSREA Press 2009.
• MOVANIA Muhammad Mobeen, et. al, On-Demand Volumetric Feature Rendering through GPU Acceleration, in proceedings of the 3rd Asian Conference on Computer Aided Surgery, ACCASS 2007,Singapore, 1-2 December 2007

Significant Achievements:
• Fully funded PhD scholarship from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
• Gold medalist for highest CGPA during undergraduate studies
• Proud recepient of scholarship during undergraduate studies
• Winner of the city level inter university quiz competition (Quiz ITIS 2005)

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Dr. Munawar Hussain
Associate Professor and Director ORIC (Office of Research Innovation and commercialization)
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Chemistry), University of Rostock, Germany

Formerly:
Visiting Scientist at University of Waterloo, Canada
Post Doc, Umea University, Sweden

Research Interests:
• Multiple step synthesis of drugs
• Commercially important compounds
• Homogeneous catalysis
• Organometallic synthesis
• Bioorganic synthesis
• Natural products chemistry
• Domino reactions
• Asymmetric synthesis

Publications:
• 1. Syed Adnan Ali Shah, Huey Ling Tan, Sadia Sultan, Muhammad Afifi Bin Mohd Faridz, Mohamad Azlan Bin Mohd Shah, Sharifah Nurfazilah, Munawar Hussain. Microbial-Catalyzed Biotransformation of Multifunctional Triterpenoids Derived from PhytonutrientsInt. In.t. J. Mol. Sci. 2014, 15 (link: http://www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/15/7/12027).
• 2. Syed Adnan Ali Shah, Sadia Sultan, Normahanim Binti Hassan, Fauzia Khadija Binti Muhammad Muhammad Afifi Bin Mohd Faridz, Fatimah BeBe M. Hussain, Munawar Hussain, Humera Syed Adnan. Biotransformation of 17a-ethynyl substituted steroidal drugs with microbial and plant cell cultures: A review, Steroids, 2013, 78, 1312. (link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24135562).

Significant Achievements:
• Carl Tryggers Stiftels for Post Doc., Umea University, Sweden
• Mecklenburg-State Scholarship, University of Rostock, Germany
• Higher Education Commission of Pakistan S & T Scholarship
• Top ten scholarship M.Sc. (Prev.)
• Impact Factor 120
• H-INDEX 10 with 267 citations
• Author of 45 Research articles (IF 120)

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Dr. Hironao Takahashi
Associate Professor and Director ORIC
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Computer Science), Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
MS (Management of Technology), Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Research Interests:
• Ontology-based Classification and Mind Uploading

Publications:

Significant Achievements:
• Innovator of DTS architecture of computer

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Dr. Shaikh Muhammad Ishtiaq
Assistant Professor
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Islamic Studies), University of Karachi
MA (Islamic Studies), University of Karachi
PGD (Islamic Business and Finance), SZIC

Formerly:
Visiting Faculty, PAF-KIET
Visiting Faculty, PIMSAT
Visiting Faculty, BIMCS

Research Interests:
• Islamic Business and Finance
• Islamic Studies
• Islamic History
• Dawah
• Logic and Philosophy

Publications:
• e-Book: Messenger Muhammad (s.a.w) at Makkah
• e-Book: Messenger Muhammad (s.a.w) at Madinah
• e-Book: Man in Search of Humanity

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Dr. Mumtaz Ali Shaikh
Assistant Professor (on Post-Doc Research in Turkey)
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Electrical Engineering), Heriot-Watt University, UK
MS (Electronics and Communication Engineering), Myongji University, South Korea
BS (Electronics Engineering), SSUET, Pakistan

Research Interests:
• Optical Fiber Communication
• Optical Fiber Sensors
• Optical Access Networks
• Ultrafast Photonics

Publications:
• Mumtaz Ali, and Xu Wang, FBG Assisted ICI Reduction for AO OFDM Demultiplexed Signal, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, vol. 56, 2014.
• Mumtaz Ali, and Xu Wang, Performance Evaluation of Superchannels Using All Optical M QAM OFDM and Coherent Receiver in the Presence of Time and Frequency Offsets, Chinacom2014, Maoming, China, 2014.
• Mumtaz Ali, and Xu Wang, Effects of Symbol Time Misalignment and Frequency Offset on Performance of Realistic All Optical OFDM system, 15th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks, 2013.
• Mumtaz Ali and Seoyong Shin, Integrated system for simultaneous measurement of temperature and strain in long tunnels using dual wavelength fiber Bragg grating sensors, TP-68, Photonics Conference, Jecheon, South Korea, 2008.
• Mumtaz Ali, Shoaib Khaliq, A. Sattar, Seoyong Shin, Simple and efficient management scheme for EDFA in WDM systems, Journal of the Optical Society of Korea, Vol. 11, No. 4, Dec. 2007.

Significant Achievements:
• Gold Medal in Engineering Mathematics

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Dr. Rida Ahmed
Assistant Professor (on Post-Doc Research in China)
HEC Approved PhD Supervisor

PhD (Chemistry), HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry, University of Karachi
MSc (Applied Chemistry), University of Karachi
HEC Certified Master Trainer

Research Interests:
• Nanotechnology, Drug Development, Matabolomics, Natural Prodcuts, Analytical Chemistry
• Microbial Transformation

Publications:
• (20S)-20-Acetoxy-4-pregnene-3, 16-dione from Commiphora wightii, S. Yousuf, Rida Ahmed, Z. Ali, M. Iqbal Choudhary and S. W. Ng, Acta Crystallographia Section E, Online. 2010 Nov 27 66 (Pt 12).

Significant Achievements:
• Gold Medalist (MSc), Visiting Research Scholar, NCNPR University of Mississippi USA

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DHA Suffa University

Vision

"To become a globally recognized institution of higher education and research which would extend the frontiers of knowledge and contribute significantly in nation building."

Mission

"To achieve high standards in teaching, learning and research for becoming a world renowned academic institution."

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