Dr. Amber Sarwar (PhD ARID, Pakistan)

Assistant Professor

Dr. Amber completed the PhD degree in Computer Science from the Pir Meher Ali Shah ARID Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan., in 2021, and joined academia where she worked as a lecturer and Assistant Professor. Dr. Amber research interests are in the field of software engineering and global software engineering. She has supervised numerous undergraduate research projects which were funded by the national organizations. She authored multiple ISI indexed research papers and also published conference articles as well.

PhD Computer Sciences Pir Meher Ali Shah ARID Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 2021
MS Computer Sciences Pir Meher Ali Shah ARID Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 2015
BS Computer Sciences Foundation University, Islamabad, Pakistan 2012
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2022
Assistant Professor Foundation University Rawalpindi Campus, Pakistan 2018 – 2022
Lecturer (Visiting) University Institute of Information Technology, Pir Meher Ali Shah ARID Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 2016 – 2018
Lecturer (Visiting) Mohiudin Islamia University, Islamabad, Pakistan 2016-2016
  1. Agile Software Development
  2. Global Software Engineering
  3. Artificial Intelligence
  4. Situational Method Engineering
1. Sarwar, A., Hafeez, Y., Hussain, S., & Yang, S. (2020). Towards Taxonomical-Based Situational Model to Improve the Quality of Agile Distributed Teams. IEEE Access, 8, 6812-6826.
2. Hashmi, A. S., Hafeez, Y., Jamal, M., Ali, S., & Iqbal, N. (2019). Role of situational agile distributed model to support modern software development teams. Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 38(3), 655-666.
3. Gul, Z., Hafeez, Y., Hashmi, A. S., Ali, S., & Iqbal, N. (2018). Introducing team coordination framework to support globally distributed teams for Pakistani software industry. Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering & Technology, 37(4), 669-684.
4. Akhtar, M., Hamid, B., Bakhat, K., Hafeez, Y., Humayun, M., & Sarwar, A. (2015). Towards Handover Framework for Model Driven Web Engineering (MDWE) Approaches.
5. Sarwar, A., & Akhtar, M. (2015). A situational requirement engineering model for an agile process. Bahria University Journal of Information & Communication Technologies (BUJICT), 8(1).
6. Iqbal, M. Aqeel, and S. Amber. “Modern Simulation and Modeling Techniques Used for Virtual Object Animations.” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science 2.2 (2011).
1. Ali, A., Hafeez, Y., Abbas, S. F., & Sarwar, A. (2018, March). Requirements prioritization: a comparison between traditional and agile (Scrum and FDD). In 16th International Conference on Statistical Sciences (p. 77).
2. Dur-e-Beenish, B., Yasir, H., Amber, S., Mateen, A. and Javeria, A. (2015). Software Architecture and Requirements: A Systematic Literature Review. 6th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies. ICICT 2015.

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