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CURRICULAR VITAE



of

Prof. Dr. TAHIRA HAROON

13101-2438705-6

COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad.

Telephone: Res. 051-4443983 Mobile. 0301-8557484

Email: tahiraharoon@comsats.edu.pk tahirapak@yahoo.com



SPECIALTY AREAS


  • Computational Solutions of Engineering Problems

  • Fluid Dynamics/ Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Numerical Analysis/Numerical Methods

  • Algorithms Development and Complexity Analysis


RESEARCH AREA




  • Aerodynamics of moving bodies, Compressible Navier-Stokes equations, Euler equations, Swirling Flows, Multigrid techniques, Finite Volume, Finite Element and Finite Difference Methods

  • Peristaltic Pumping of Johnson-Segalman Fluid in a Planar Channel, system of 5 highly non-linear equations will be solved numerically (under processes).

  • Unsteady solutions of highly non-linear partial differential equations of the non-Newtonian fluids subjected to non-coaxial rotations of a porous disk executing non-torsional oscillations and a fluid at infinity.

  • Numerical Solution of Stokes 2nd Problem in Second Grade Fluid (under processes).

  • Mathematical modeling for the aerodynamic bodies.

  • Numerical simulation of Reentry Vehicles.

  • Analytical and numerical solutions of a coupled non-linear system arising in a three-dimensional rotating flow.

  • Magnetic fluid flow in converging/diverging channels.

  • Pulsatile flow between permeable plates.

  • Unsteady flows of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids in a duct of uniform cross-section.

  • Unsteady flows of viscous fluid over a porous plane wall

  • Unsteady flows of non-Newtonian fluid in a channel filled with porous medium.

  • Squeezing flows of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids

  • Wire coating of polymers

  • Numerical study of Visco-elasto-plastic fluids


EXPERIENCE
(01-09-09 to date)

COMSATS INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CIIT), ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN.

Professor and Chairperson, Department of Mathematics CIIT.

(2002-to 31-08-09)



COMSATS INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (CIIT), ABBOTTABAD, PAKISTAN.

Head of the Department of Mathematics


  • Teaching mathematical, computational and numerical courses to IT students.

  • Participated in establishment of Distributed Computing Research Lab

  • Setting up of computational environment on the LAN

  • Introduction of using Internet in research

  • Extensive utilization of Internet in research

  • Downsizing large-scale computational systems.

  • Working and development in heterogeneous distributed computational environment

  • Supervisor of MS leading to Ph. D. students

  • Supervisor of two Ph. D. students

  • Teaching following courses to MS/M. Phil classes

  • Numerical Computations

  • Fluid Mechanics

  • Magneto-hydrodynamics

  • Numerical Linear Algebra

  • Teaching following courses to engineers:

  • Numerical Analysis

  • Numerical Computations

  • Mathematical Modeling and Simulation

  • Linear Algebra

  • Solution of Differential Equations

  • Discrete Mathematics

  • Calculus for Engineers

(1980 - to 2002)



ENGINEERING RESEARCH LABORTRIES, PAKISTAN

Principal Scientific Officer


  • Computational Solutions of full nonlinear compressible Navier-Stokes equations in cylindrical coordinates using Finite Volume method. A number of approximations to diffusion term, in compressible Navier-Stokes equations, were used. Work Involved Modeling, Numerical Analysis, computer implementation, parametric simulation and presentation.

  • Solutions of Poiseuille and Couette flow for a system of pipe network. Work involved modeling, simulation and programming etc.

  • Formed elliptic-like equations for a spinning mechanical system. Work involved analytical and numerical solutions.

  • Mathematical modeling for the aerodynamic bodies

  • Numerical simulation of Reentry Vehicles

  • Implementation of NAG libraries

  • Implementation of Mathematica

  • Utilization of Math Tec

  • Utilization of Math Lab

  • Programming in C-Language, FORTRAN and Basic



EDUCATION



Post-Doctoral (Complex Fluid and Complex Flows)

Institute of non-Newtonian fluid Mechanics & Centre of Complex fluids

Department of Computer Science, Swansea University, Wales, UK.

Ph.D (Computational Mathematics)

Thesis titled “Non-Coaxial Rotations of a Porous Disk for Unsteady MHD Flows in Newtonian and non-Newtonian Fluids.”

Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan
M.Phil (Computational Mathematics)

Thesis titled “Mathematical Modeling in the Bay of Bengal.”

Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan
M.Sc (Applied Mathematics)

Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan



PUBLICATIONS





  1. T. M. Shah, M. N. Akhter and T. Haroon “A Multigrid Solution of Rotating Compressible Navier-Stokes Problem”, (Journal of Workshop on Fluid Mechanics'', Trieste, Italy, (1994).

  2. Tahira Haroon and T. M. Shah “A Numerical Technique for the Solution of Navier-Stokes Equations”, (Science Vision March 2000).

  3. T. Hayat, S. Asghar, A. M. Saddiqui and T. Haroon “Unsteady MHD Flow due to Non-Coaxial Rotations of a Porous Disk and a Fluid at Infinity” (Acta Mechanica 151, 127-134(2001)). IF 1.024

  4. A. M. Siddiqui, Tahira Haroon, T. Hayat and S. Asghar “Unsteady MHD Flow of a Non-Newtonian Fluid Due to Eccentric Rotations of a Porous Disk and a Fluid at Infinity” (Acta Mechanica 147, 99-109(2001)). IF 1.024

  5. T. Hayat, Tahira Haroon, S. Asghar and A. M. Siddiqui “MHD Flow of a Third-Grade Fluid Due to Eccentric Rotations of a Porous Disk and a Fluid at Infinity” (Int. Jr. Non-Linear Mechanics, Vol. 38(4), 501-511(2003)). IF 1.388

  6. Tahira Haroon, T. Hayat, S. Ashgar, A. M. Saddiqui “MHD Flow of a Third-Grade Fluid Induced by Non-Coaxial Rotations of a Porous Disk Executing Non-Torsional Oscillations and a Fluid at Infinity” WSEAS International Conference on Fluid Mechanics, pp 488-456, (August 17-19, 2004) http://www.wseas.us/e-library/conferences/corfu2004/papers/488-456.pdf

  7. Tahira Haroon and Tasneem M. Shah “Modeling and Numerical Solution of Rotating Flows” (Presented at “International Conference on Models and Methods in Fluid Mechanics” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (June 23-27, 2003)).

  8. F. Belblidia, T. Haroon and M. F. Webster “The dynamics of compressible inelastic fluids in die-swell flows” (Journal of 1st African Inter Quadrennial ICF conference AIQ-ICF2008 ).

  9. F. Belblidia, T. Haroon and M. F. Webster “ The dynamics of compressible Herschel-Bulkley fluids in die-swell flows” Research Report, Swansea University, CSR 13-2008. www.swan.ac.uk/compsci/research/reports/2008/CSR13-2008.pdf

  10. T. Haroon , F. Belblidia, and M. F. Webster “Numerical Analysis of compressible Herschel-Bulkley fluids in die-swell Problems”, (presented in CCIS, CIIT, Abbottabad, May 12-13, 2008).

  11. A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, and H. Khan, “Wire Coating extrusion in a pressure-type die in flow of a third grade fluid via Homotopy Perturbation Method” International Journal of nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, Vol. 10, No.2, 247-257 2009. IF 5.99

  12. A. M. Siddique, M. A. Rana, S. Irum, Rashid Qamar, T. Haroon “Application of homotopy perturbation and numerical methods to the unsteady sqeezing MHD flow of a second grade fluid between circular plates” International Journal of nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, Vol. 10, No.3, 895-905, 2009. IF 5.99

  13. F. Belblidia, T. Haroon and M.F. Webster The Dynamics of Compressible Herschel–Bulkley Fluids in Die-Swell Flows T. Boukharouba et al. (eds.), Damage and Fracture Mechanics: Failure Analysis of Engineering Materials and Structures, 425–434. © Springer Science 2009

  14. A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, S Irum “ Torsional flow of third grade fluid using modified Homotopy Perturbation Method” Computers and Mathematics with Applications 58 2274-2285 2009. IF 1.532

  15. A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, S. Bhatti and A. R. Ansari “A Comparison of the Adomian and Homotopy Perturbation Methods in Solving the Problem of Squeezing Flow Between Two Circular Plates” Mathematical Modelling and Analysis Volume 15 Number 4, pages 491–504, 2010. Impact factor: 0.685, H Index: 7

  16. A. A. Farooq, A. M. Siddiqui, A. R. Ansari and T. Haroon “Application of HPM-Pade technique for solving a two dimensional squeezing flow problem “ Mathematical Modelling and Analysis Volume X Number x, 20xx, pages 1-15.

  17. Abdul. M. Siddiqui, Tahira Haroon, Mehwish Rani and Ali R. Ansari “An analysis of the flow of the flow of a power law fluid due to ciliary motion in an Infinite channel”, Online First, 2 April 2011, Volume 23 /2009 –Volume 24 /2010 Journal of Biorheology. H index 2

  18. T. Haroon, A. R. Ansari, A. M. Siddiqui and S. U. Jan, Analysis of Poiseuille Flow of a Reactive Power Law Fluid Between Parallel Plates, Applied Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 5, 2011, no. 55, 2721 – 2746 H index 5

  19. A. M. Siddiqui, Tahira Haroon, Mohammad Kahshan And Muhammad R. Mo-Hyuddin “Hodographic Viscous Flows In Porous Medium Journal of porous media, 14(8):735–742(2011). IF 0.707

  20. A. M. Siddiqui, S. Sadiq, A. Ansari and T. Haroon “Macroscopic Analysis of  Flow Through a Porous Medium Between Two Circular Cylinders" Journal of Porous Media, 14(9): 751–760 (2011) IF 0.707

  1. Rehan Ali Shah, S. Islam, Manzoor Ellahi, T. Haroon and A. M. Siddiqui “Analytical solutions for heat transfer flows of a third grade fluid in case of posttreatment of wire coating” International Journal of the Physical Sciences Vol. 6(17), pp. 4213-4223, 2 September, 2011 Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/IJPS (Full Length Research Paper) IF 0.554

  2. S. Iqbal, A. Zeb, A. M. Siddiqui, Tahira Haroon “A Numerical Study of the Flow with Heat Transfer of a Pseudoplastic Fluid between Parallel Plates” Journal of Quantum Information Science, 2011, 1, 18-25. IF=0.864

  3. A. M. Siddiqui, Tahira Haroon, Waqar A. Khan, Muhammad R. Mohyuddin “Exact flows of viscous flow” Journal of Porous Media, Volume 14 / Issue 9, pages 827-831, Year 2011 IF 0.707

  4. A.M Siddiqui, A. Farooq, A. R. Ansari and T. Haroon, “Exact solutions for laminar periodic non-axisymmetric slip flow of a viscous incompressible fluid due to a porous rotating disk” International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research. Volume 38 / Issue 1, pages 71-84 Year 2011.
    DOI: 10.1615/InterJFluidMechRes.v38.i1

  5. Rehan Ali Shah, S. Islam, A. M. Siddiqui and T. Haroon “Optimal Homotopy Asymptotic Method Solution Of Unsteady Second Grade Fluid In Wire Coating Analysis” Journal of the Korean Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Vol.15 NO.3, 201-222, 2011. IF 1.472

  6. Z. Bano*, Nosheen Feroz Shah, S. Islam and T.Haroon, Exact solution to longitudinal and torsional oscillations of an electrically conducting second-grade fluid, International Journal of the Physical Sciences Vol. 6(12), pp. 2939-2943, 18 June, 2011 Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/IJPS, ISSN 1992 - 1950 ©2011 Academic Journals, IF, 0.554.

  7. Rehan Ali Shah · S. Islam · A. M. Siddiqui ·T. Haroon “Heat transfer by laminar flow of a third grade fluid in wire coating analysis with temperature dependent and independent viscosity” , Analysis and Mathematical Physics. Ms. No. AAMP-D-11-00008R1, Received: 15 February 2011 / Revised: 4 September 2011 / Accepted: 7 September 2011 /Published online: 11 October 2011,
    DOI 10.1007/s13324-011-0011-4
    IF=0.536

  8. S.Islam, Z. Bano, T. Haroon, A.M. Siddiqui, “Unsteady poiseuille flow of second grade fluid in a tube of elliptical cross section” (accepted for publication in "Proceedings of the Romanian Academy-series A: Mathematics, Physics, Technical Sciences, Information Science" Volume 12, Number 4/2011, pp. 291–295, IF=0.147

  9. A.M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, M. Zahid and A. Shahzad “Effect of Slip Condition on Unsteady Flows of an Oldroyd-B Fluid between Parallel Plates” World Applied Sciences Journal 13 (11): 2282-2287, 2011 IF 1.064

  10. S. Islam, T. Haroon, Manzoor Elahi, Murad Ullah and A. M. Siddiqui “Steady and unsteady exact inverse solutions for the flow of a viscous fluid” International Journal of the Physical Sciences Vol. 6(27), pp. 6234-6240, 2 November, 2011. IF 0.554

  11. M. Kamran Alam, M. T. Rahim, T. Haroon, S. Islam, A. M. Siddiqui, “Solution of steady thin film flow of Johnson-Segalman fluid on a vertical moving belt for lifting and drainage problems using Adomian Decomposition Method." Applied Mathematics and Computation 218 (2012) 10413–10428 IF 1.534

  12. T. Haroon, A. Ansari, A. Imran & A. M. Siddiqui “On the Ciliary Transport of an Axisymmetric Power Law Fluid through a tube”, Mathematics in Engineering, Science and Aerospace Vol. 3 No. 2 (2012).

35 Farooq, A. M. Siddiqui, M. A. Rana, T. Haroon, Application of He’s Method in Solving a System of Nonlinear Coupled Equations Arising in Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research 1 (2), 130-140 (2012).

  1. Rehan Ali Shah, S Islam, AM Siddiqui, T Haroon, “ Heat transfer by laminar flow of an elastico-viscous fluid in posttreatment analysis of wire coating with linearly varying temperature along the coated wire.” Heat and Mass Transfer Vol 48, Issue 6, pages 903-914 (2012). IF 0.673

  2. Abdul M. Siddiqui, Ali A. Farooq, Tahira Haroon, Muhammad A. Rana, Bruce S. Babcock “Application of He’s Variational Iterative Method for Solving Thin Film Flow Problem Arising in Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics,” World Journal of Mechanics, 2012, 2, 138-142 (http://www.scirp.org/journal/wjm)

  3. A. A. Farooq, A. M. Siddiqui, M. A. Rana, T. Haroon, A Variant of the Classical Von Karman Flow for a Couple Stress Fluid, Chinese Physics Letter. Vol. 29, No. 8 (2012) 084704

  4. A. M. Siddiqui, A. A. Farooq, T. Haroon, B. S. Babcock, A comparison of variational iteration and Adomian decomposition methods in solving nonlinear thin film flow problems, Applied Mathematical Sciences, Vol. 6, 2012, no. 99, 4911 – 4919. H Index 5

  5. A. A. Farooq, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, and M. A. Rana, A variant of the classical Von Karman Flow for a conducting second grade fluid, Inter. J. Applied Math. Mech, 2012, 12, 1-11 IF 0.323

  6. M. Farooq, M. T. Rahim, S. Islam, T. Haroon, A. M. Siddiqui, Exact solutions of lifting and drainage problems of a non-isothermal generalized second grade fluid using a vertical belt, Archives Des Sciences, Vol 65, No. 10;Oct 2012, IF 0.474

  7. Rehan Ali Shah, S. Islam, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon “Wire coating analysis with Oldroyd 8-constant fluid by Optimal Homotopy Asymptotic Method ” Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Volume 63 Issue 3, February, 2012 Pages: 695-707 doi>10.1016/j.camwa.2011.11.033 IF 1.472

Total Impact factor = 27.034 (11-01-12)





ACCEPTED PAPERS


  1. A. M. Siddiqui, A. A. Farooq, T. Haroon, M. A. Rana, B. S. Babcock, “Application of He's variational method for solving thin film  flow problems arising in non-Newtonian fluid mechanics, International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research

  2. A. A. Farooq, A. M. Siddiqui, and T. Haroon “A Variant Of The Classical Von Karman Flow Of An Electrically Conducting Second Grade Fluid” accepted for publication International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics(04-04-2012).

  3. Alam Zeb, Shaukat Iqbal, Abdul Majeed Siddiqui, Tahira Haroon , “Application of the optimal homotopy asymptotic method to flow with heat transfer of a pseudoplastic fluid inside a circular pipe”, JCIE accepted the paper on 31.3.2012. The paper is tentatively scheduled for Vol 36, 2013.   

  4. A.M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, W. Khan and Muhammad R. Mohyuddin “The Exact Solutions of Viscous Flows in Porous Medium” Journal of Porous Media RE: 09-JPM-1676TN, Impact Factor: 0.684 (to appear in Vol 14, 2011).

  5. Z. Hayat, T. Haroon and A. M. Siddiqui “Analytical study of nonlinear conduction in hollow sphere with uniform heat generation" (accepted for publication in Applied Mathematical Sciences).

  6. A.M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, W. Khan, Muhammad R. Mohyuddin “The Generalized Beltrami Viscous Flows Through Porous Medium” (Accepted in Journal of Porous Media, Re: 09-JPM-1645TN).

  7. Z. Hayat, T. Haroon and A. M. Siddiqui “Analytical study of nonlinear conduction in hollow sphere with uniform heat generation" (accepted for publication in Applied Mathematical Sciences).(06-10-09)

  8. A. M. Siddiqui, Saira Bhatti, A. R. Ansari and T. Haroon “Squeezing flow between two circular plates” (accepted in the Computers and Mathematics with Applications)

  9. M. Siddiqui, A. Ansari, A. Ashraf, Q. Azim, T. Haroon “Exact Solution for Thin Film Flow of a PTT Fluid down an Inclined Moving Belt,”. IAENG International Journal of Applied Mathematics In revision

  10. M.Zeb, S.Islam, T.Haroon, A.M.Siddiqui “Homotopy perturbation Method for Flow of a Third-Grade Fluid  Through a vertical Concentric Annulus” International Journal of  Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation (IJNSNS)


Submitted


  1. A. M. Siddiqui, A. A. Farooq, T. Haroon, M. A. Rana, B. S. Babcock “Application of He’s variational method for solving thin film flow problems arising in non-Newtonian fluid mechanics ” submitted to AMS Subject Classification: 76A05, (World Journal of Mechanics) (2012-03-26).

  2. A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, M. Zahid “Influence of MHD on Newtonian Calendering” submitted in Acta Mechanica Sinica (23-11-10) Under review(18-01-11)

  3. Rehan Ali Shah, S. Islam, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon “Numerical and approximate solution of a third grade fluid with constant viscosity in porous medium between micro-parallel plates of electro-osmotically driven flow” submitted in CMA.

  4. M. Zeb, S. Islam, T. Haroon and A. M. Siddiqui “Approximate analytic solution of third grade fluid in helical screw rheometer” submitted in AMC

  5. S. Islam, Rehan Ali Shah, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon “Exact solution of unsteady second order fluid of wire coating in a cylindrical type die” submitted in NLM-S-10-00360, under review.

  6. Rehan Ali Shah, S. Islam, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon “OHAM solution of unsteady second order fluid used for wire coating in a cylindrical die ” AMC-S-10-05607, under review.

  7. .M. Siddiqui, S. Irum, M.A. Rana, Rashid Qamar, T. Haroon “On the solutions of unsteady squeezing MHD flow of a second grade fluid between circular plates by two approximate methods” (Submitted in Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation)

  8. A. M. Siddiqui, S Irum and T. Haroon, An analytical solution of the unsteady squeezing flow of second grade fluid between two infinite plates by means of Homotopy Perturbation Method” (submitted in the Computers and Mathematics with Applications)

  9. A. M. Siddiqui, M. Zahid, T. Haroon and A. Rana, Effect of slip condition on unsteady MHD flow of viscous fluid through porous parallel plates” (submitted in the Computers and Mathematics with Applications)

  10. A. M. Siddique, Hasina Khan and Tahira Haroon “Analysis of natural convection flow of a non-Newtonian fluid between two vertical flat plates using HPM” (submitted in Chaos, Solitons and Fractals).

  11. A. M. Siddiqui, M. A. Rana, Rashid Qamar, S Irum and T. Haroon, “Numerical simulation of MHD flow of a third grade fluid between two parallel plates with slip conditions” (Submitted in Acta Mechanca).

  12. T. Haroon and A. M. Siddiqui, ”Natural Convection Flow of Third-grade Fluid between Two Vertical Plates using Homotopy Perturbation method”, (Submitted in Acta Applicanda Mathematicae).

  13. Rehan Ali Shah, S. Islam, Tahira Haroon and A.M. Siddiqui “Numerical and approximate solution of a third grade fluid with constant viscosity in porous medium between micro-parallel plates of electro-osmotically driven flow” (Submitted in Special Topics & Reviews in Porous Media.).

  14. A. A. Farooq, A. Ansari, A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon “Exact solution for the non- axisymmetric flow of a Jeffrey fluid due to a rotating disk” Meccanica submitted



Ready to Submitt


  1. Haroon, Siddiqui, Jan & Ansari “Analysis of Poiseuille Flow of a Reactive Power Law Fluid Between Parallel Plates” Ready for submission(with A. Ansari)

  2. A. M. Siddiqui, A. A. Farooq, A. Ansari “On the Steady non-axisymmetric flow of a viscoelastic fluid induced by a rotating disk”

  3. A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, A. Imran, A. Ansari “Transport of Axisymmetric Power Law Fluid Due To Ciliary Motion”

  4. S. Sadiq, A. M. Siddiqui,T. Haroon, A. Ansari “Macroscopic Analysis of Flow Through a Porous Medium Between Two Parallel Plates with Slip boundary Conditions”

  5. A. M. Siddiqui, A. Ansari, S. Jan & T. Haroon “Analysis of reactive Power law flow through a pipe”

  6. A. M. Siddiqui, T. Haroon, Z. A. zaidi “Study of Axisymmetric flow of Maxwell's Fluid through Arterial Stenosis”


CONFERENCES/SEMINARS





  1. SERC/ERCOFTAC UK Summer School in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Abingdon, OXFORD, U.K. (Sept, 1991).

  2. The Pakistan Institute of Physics, Annual Conference, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan (April, 1991).

  3. 17th International NathiaGali Summer College on “Physics and Cotemporary Needs”, special session on “Computational physics”, NathiaGali, Pakistan (June, 1992).

  4. Seminar delivered in Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad “Numerical Solution for Rotating Fluids inside a Cylinder” in December 1999.

  5. Seminar delivered in Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad “Numerical Solution for Navier-Stokes Equations, combined with Heat Equation and Continuity Equation in 3-D” in May 2000.

  6. 25th International NathiaGali Summer College on “Physics and Cotemporary Needs”, special session on “Computational Fluid Dynamics”, NathiaGali, Pakistan (July, 2000).

  7. Workshop on “Computational Mathematics and Related Topics” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad. (July, 2002).

  8. Introductory Workshop on “Mathematical Modeling and its Application to Development Issues” (Oct, 2002).

  9. Organizing member “International Conference on Models and Methods in Fluid Mechanics” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (June 23-27, 2003).

  10. Workshop on “Computational Mathematics and Related Topics” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad. (July, 2004).

  11. “Basic Research and Industrial Applications” COMSATS, CAS and ISESCO, Islamabad, Pakistan. (July 6-8, 2004).

  12. Numerical Weather-Prediction Workshop”, COMSATS, and CAS, Islamabad, Pakistan. (July 2004).

  13. “Second World Conference on 21st Century Mathematics 2005”, School of Mathematical Sciences, GC University, Lahore. (March 04-06, 2005).

  14. Organized “One Day Workshop on Computational and Industrial Mathematics” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (April 19, 2005).

  15. “CIIT Workshop on Research in Computing” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (April 29, 2005).

  16. Organizing member “First International Conference: Environmentally Sustainable Development (ESDEV-2005)” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (June 26-28, 2005).

  17. Talk delivered titled” Mathematics and its Physical Applications” during “Teachers Training Workshop in Mathematics” organized by FDE at F. G. College for Women, G-10/4, Islamabad. April 17-29, 2006)

  18. Organized “Two Day Symposium on Computational, Complexities, Innovations and Solutions (CCIS)” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (May 8-9, 2006).

  19. “International Conference on Technology Based Development Strategies & Options for Pakistan”, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (August 22-23, 2006).

  20. Organizing “Two Day Symposium on Computational, Complexities, Innovations and Solutions (CCIS)” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (May 12-13, 2008).

  21. “Proof, Computation, Complexity” Internatonal workshop, Swansea University, Swansea, Wales (13-14 April, 2007)

  22. “Extensional flow of a polystyrene Boger fluid” Swansea University, Swansea, Wales (May, 2007)

  23. “Universal algebras with lazy and partial functions” Swansea University, Swansea, Wales (June, 2007).

  24. “Almost every domain is universal” Swansea University, Swansea, Wales (Oct. 2007).


SUPERVISOR


  • Eight (8) MS students have completed their MS in spring 2007.

  • Three (3) MS students have completed their MS in spring 2008.

  • Seven (7) MS students have completed their MS in spring 2009.

  • Two (2) MS students have completed their MS in spring 2010.

  • Three (3) MS students have completed their MS in spring 2012.

  • One(1) students have completed his Ph. D. in Spring 2012.

  • One(1) MS student is working on her project.

  • Five (5) Ph. D. students are working on their projects.


MS THESES COMPLETED IN SPRING 2007

under The Supervision Of Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Dr. T. Haroon

  1. Hasina Khan “Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow in Wire Coating.”

  2. Muhammad Zahid “Unsteady MHD flows of an Oldroyd-B fluid between two horizontal parallel plates.”

  3. Shumaila irum “Slip effect of laminar MHD flow of third grade fluid.”

  4. Saira Bhatti “Slip effect on translational flow of third grade fluid between two concentric cylinders.”

  5. Aamir Shahzad “Heat transfer from rectangular fin with variable thermal conductivity.”

  6. Shahid khan “Effect of variable thermal conductivity on hollow cylinder and hollow sphere.”

  7. Shafia Noreen “Slip effect on the flow of third grade fluid for different geometries.”

  8. Naila Kalsoom “Effects of Variable Thermal Conductivity on Temperature for a Hydromagnetic Rotating Flow of Viscous Fluid past a Porous Plate.”

MS THESES COMPLETED IN FALL 2008

under The Supervision Of Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Dr. T. Haroon

  1. Syeda Mehmoona “Exact solutions of unsteady axial flows of viscous and second grade fluids in a rectangular duct with slip conditions.”

  2. Waseem Sikandar “Unsteady axial flows of a viscous fluid in a rectangular duct with porous walls.”

  3. Romana Malik “The effect of porousity and slip condition on the unsteady flow of second grade fluid.”



MS THESES COMPLETED IN AUGUST 2009

under The Supervision Of Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Dr. T. Haroon



 

  1. Mehwish Rani “Transport of Power Law Fluid due to Ciliary Motion. “

  2. Sabeen Sadiq “Macroscopic Analysis of Flow through a Porous Medium between Two Circular Cylinders.”

  3. Irrum Zaman “ The Analysis of Non-Newtonian Flow in an Arterial Stenosis.”

  4. Naveed Ahmed “Two dimensional unsteady flow between dilating and squeezing porous walls.”

  5. Waqar Khan “ On the Generalized Beltrami Flows through porous Medium.”

  6. Muhammad Zubair “Steady circulatory flow of a second grade fluid about a circular cylinder with uniformly distributed suction at the surface.”

  7. Saeed ullah Jan “Analysis of Reactive Non-Newtonian Fluids Between Parallel Plates.”


MS THESES COMPLETED IN Feburary 2010

under The Supervision Of Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Dr. T. Haroon


  1. Ali Imran “Flow of Conducting/ non Conducting Power Law Fluid Due to Ciliary Motion.”


MS THESES COMPLETED IN Feburary 2010

under The Supervision Of Dr. T. Haroon, Dr. Imran Siddiqui


  1. Fiza Batool “Analytical solutions of nonlinear evalution equations in the field of mathematical physics”


MS THESES COMPLETED IN

under The Supervision Of Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Dr. T. Haroon



  1. Syed Zulfiqar Zaidi “Study of flow of Maxwell's fluid through Arterial Stenosis.”

  2. Muhammad Bilal “Infinite models for ciliary propulsion.”

  3. Saima Ishaq “Propagation of waves at the interface of two fluids with MHD”


MS. THESES COMPLETED IN Spring 2012

under The Supervision Of Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Dr. T. Haroon.


  1. Saadia Dawood

  2. Ahsan Waliat

  3. Hameed Ashraf



Ph.D. THESES COMPLETED IN Spring 2012

under The Supervision Of Dr. T. Haroon


  1. Rehan Ali Shah “Modelling Of Non-Newtonian Fluid Problems And Their Solutions.”


Ph.D. THESES IN PROGRESS

under The Supervision Of Dr. T. Haroon



  1. Muhammad Zeb “Approximate Solution Of Differential Equations Of Non-Newtonian Fluids Flow Arising In The Study Of Helical Screw Rheometer”.

  2. Zarka “Interfacial waves in two different fluids”.

  3. Aamir Shahzad “”.

  4. Mohammad Kashan “”

  5. M. Ashraf “”



COLLABORATIONS


  • Prof. Dr. A. M. Siddiqui, Department of Mathematics, York Campus, Pennsylvania State University, York, PA 17403, USA.

  • Dr. Ali Ansari, Dean, College of Arts & Science at Gulf University for Science & Technology (GUST), Kuwait.

  • Prof M F Webster, Department of Computer Science, Swansea University, Singleton Park, Swansea, United Kingdom





REVEIWER


  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS

  • Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research (JMER)

  • International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology

  • British Journal of Applied Science & Technology

AWARDS





  • Merit Scholarships throughout the career.

  • Responsible for signing an MoU with the Swansea University Wales, UK.


Chief Editor


  • Proceeding “Computational, Complexities, Innovations and Solutions (CCIS)” COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad. (May 8-9, 2006), ISBN: 969-8779-07-8


Book


  • Writing in process “ Numerical Methods”, almost 90% work is complete.


Book Chapter


  • F. Belblidia, T. Haroon and M.F. Webster The Dynamics of Compressible Herschel–Bulkley Fluids in Die-Swell Flows T. Boukharouba et al. (eds.), Damage and Fracture Mechanics: Failure Analysis of Engineering Materials and Structures, 425–434. © Springer Science 2009



COMPUTER SKILLS





  • Worked on main frame computers, VAX, DEC, and SGI to solve large scale computational problems

  • Reengineered large-scale computational problems to be implemented in a Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Environment.

  • Used mathematical packages like SIMPLEPLOT, NAG, Mathmatica, Math Tec, Mat Lab etc.

  • Extensive use of LATEX and WinWord the Document Preparation Systems.

  • C-Language, FORTRAN and BASIC computer languages.

  • Techplot, Maple, EndNote

  • Common computer packages like Micro-soft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio.



Membership/Offices





  • Member National Curriculum Review Committee, HEC

  • Member Academic Council COMSATS IIT.

  • Chairperson, Department of Mathematics, COMSATS IIT.

  • Member Selection Board COMSATS IIT.

  • Member, Campus Advisory Committee. Department of Mathematics, COMSATS IIT, Islamabad.

  • Member, Campus Graduate Admission Committee. CIIT Islamabad.

  • Member, Supervisory Committee for MS-Program, CIIT, Islamabad.

  • Member, International Technical Committee on Fluid Mechanics and Heat & Mass Transfer. World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS).

  • HEC Approved Ph. D. Supervisor.

  • Member, Board of Faculty of Sciences, COMSATS.

  • Convener, Board of Studies, Departments of Mathematics, COMSATS.

  • Reviewer, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS

  • Reviewer,Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research (JMER)

  • Reviewer,International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology

  • Member, Board of Studies, Departments of Electrical Engineering, COMSATS.

  • Member, Advanced Studies & Research Board, COMSATS, Abbottabad.

  • Member, Selection Board, CIIT, Abbottabad.

  • Member, Head of the departments Committee. CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Campus Academic Regulatory Committee. CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Campus Graduate Admission Committee. CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Supervisory Committee for MS-Program, CIIT, Abbottabad.

  • Member, Campus Management Committee. CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Management Committee for Convocation (ESDEV-2005), CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Convener, Reception Committee for Convocation (ESDEV-2005), CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Internal Board of Management Taleem Fund. CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Incharge, Badminton (Female), CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Incharge, Table Tennis (Female), CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Sports Advisory Committee, CIIT Abbottabad.

  • Member, Special Performance Evaluation Committee, CIIT Abbottabad.


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