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Dr. Muhammad Sabeel Khan

Associate Professor
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Khan holds a Promotion degree in Computational Mechanics with distinction “magna cum laude” from Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. He has presented his research work at different national and international forums of high repute in America, Spain, Italy, Germany and Serbia. He has a strong publication record in reputed international journals of high impact. His research interests include: Computational Mechanics, Extended Continuum Field Theories, non-Classical Continuum Theories, Eringen Field Theories, Mechanics of Fluid-Solid Interactions, Finite Element Analysis, Heat and Mass Transfer, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Analysis, Modeling and Simulations, Coding with MATLAB, FreeFEM++ and FEniCS.

QUALIFICATION
PhD Computational Mechanics Ruhr-Universit¨at Bochum, Germany 2013
MSc Computational Mechanics Ruhr-Universit¨at Bochum, Germany 2009
BS Mathematics COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Islamabad, Pakistan 2001
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2022
Assistant Professor Department of Mathematics, Sukkur Institute of Business Administration Unviersity (SIBAU), Sukkur 2020 – 2021
Assistant Professor Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad 2015 – 2019
Teaching/Research Associate Chair of Mechanics and Theory of Materials, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany 2009 – 2014
Teaching Assistant Department of Mathematics, COMSATS Islamabad, Pakistan 2006 – 2007
MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE
Acting Head Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Space Technology Islamabad. 2015
HONORS & AWARDS
1. HEC Approved Supervisor
2. A variational approach towards dynamical systems, Startup Research Grant Project (SRGP), Amounting Rs. 0.5 million, awarded by higher education commission (HEC) of Pakistan
3. A new constitutive theory, modeling and numerical simulations of three dimensional elasto-viscoplastic (EVP) materials in the framework of the Cosserat continuum, National Research Program for Universities (NRPU), amounting Rs. 1.381 million, awarded by higher education commission of Pakistan
4. Competitive-based scholarships for graduate studies BS-Mathematics (2002-2006) from Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS), Pakistan.
5. MS leading to PhD (2007-12) merit-based research award, Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan.
6. Best student award in MSc Computational Engineering (batch 2007-09) at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
7. Book Prize for the excellent academic achievements in MSc Computational Engineering at the graduation ceremony 2009, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany.
8. 4th position in BS Mathematics (batch 2002-07) at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan.
RESEARCH SUPERVISION
1. “A monolithic Cosserat-Fluid-Structure Interaction Formulation – Eulerican Description, Modeling and Simulations”, Nazim Hussain Hajano (Department of Mechanics, Wuhan University, China), 2022
2. “A Novel Two-stage Algorithm of Robust Control to Optimal Control of Robotic Manipulator”, Irfan Ali Qureshi (Department of Mathematics, Sukkur IBA University, 65200 Sukkur, Pakistan), 2021
3. “Computation of exact relaxed potentials for the equilibrium configuration of a three-dimensional elastic material”, Tehseen Sana (Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, 2019).
4. “Computation of relaxed energies for a three phase energies of a material with one autenitic and two martensitic phases”, Wajhia Shakoor (Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, 2019).
5. “Effective Heat Transfer Analysis in Car Radiators using Nano-Fluids – A Numerical Study”, Taimoor Dil (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, 2018).
6. “Effect of thermal slip in the heat transfer enhancement using hybrid nanofluids”, Muhammad Bilal Hafeez (Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, 2018).
7. “Investigation of thermal relaxation time on the magnetohydrodynaic (MHD) viscoelastic fluid flow and heat transfer with microstructure”, Muhammad Hammad (Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, 2017).
8. “Numerical implementation and investigation of heat transfer in a fluidized bed using Multi-relaxation time Lattice Boltzmann method”, Bogdan Kravets (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ruhr-University Bochum), 2014. now: Employed by Ruhr-University Bochum as a junior research fellow and continuing his PhD
9. “An investigation fluid flow through complex-shaped geometries using Multi-relaxation time Lattice Boltzmann Method”, Akber Merzai (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ruhr-University Bochum), 2014
10. “Numerical implementation of curved boundary treatments for the complex shaped particles in the Multirelaxation-time Lattice Boltzmann method”, Keven Klepatz (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ruhr-University Bochum), 2014
BOOK CHAPTERS AUTHORED
  1. Khan, M.S., Hackl, K. (2021). Modeling of Microstructures in a Cosserat Continuum Using Relaxed Energies: Analytical and Numerical Aspects. In: Mariano, P.M. (eds) Variational Views in Mechanics. Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics, vol 46., pp. 57-87, Birkher, Cham., https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-90051-9 3.

  2. Khan, M.S., Hackl, K. (2018). Modeling of Microstructures in a Cosserat Continuum Using Relaxed Energies” ’In: Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics; Rocca E., Stefanelli U., Truskinovsky L., Visintin A. (eds). vol 27, pp. 103-125, Springer INdAM Series. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-90051-9 3.

  3. Khan, M.S. (2013). An Investigation of Material Microstructures via Relaxation of Nonconvex Potentials. Mitteilungen aus dem Institut f¨ur Mechanik, Ruhr-Universit¨at Bochum, Nr. 156, ISBN 978-3-935892-34-6.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. MS Khan, A Rauf, (2022), On the Effective and Consistent Implementation of Complex Materials law in FreeFem++ within the framework of a Relaxed Micromorphic Continuum, In Preparation.
2. MS Khan, I Khan, M Andualem, (2022), Computational heat transfer analysis of liquid food in a heat exchanger with varying stirrer settings in a non-classical continuum framework, Case Studies in Thermal Engineering. Impact Factor: 4.724, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q1. Under Review.
3. MS Khan, MAMemon, B Ebenezer, (2022), Investigation of relaxation time on viscoelastic two-dimensional flow characteristics using FreeFem++, Journal of Mathematics, 2022 (4977793), 1-15. Impact Factor: 0.971, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q3.
4. N.H. Hajano, MS Khan, Lisheng Li, (2022), A Monolithic Eulerian Formulation for non-Classical Fluid- Structure Interaction (nCFSI): Modeling and Simulation, arXiv: 2204.03530.
5. N.H. Hajano, MS Khan, Lisheng Li, (2022), Numerical Study of Cosserat Fluid-Structure Interaction in a Monolithic Eulerian Framework, arXiv:2203.16493.
6. MB Hafeez, MS Khan, IH Qureshi, J Alebraheem, A Elmoasry, (2021), Particle rotation effects in Cosserat-Maxwell boundary layer flow with non-Fourier heat transfer using a new novel approach, Scientia Iranica 28(3), 1223-1235 . Impact Factor: 1.435, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q2.
7. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, (2020), A new viscosity constitutive model for generalized Newtonian fluids using theory of Micropolar continuum, Contemporary Mathematics 1(3), 1-15.
8. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, Hajra Kaneez, (2020), Numerical computation of heat transfer enhancement through Cosserat hybrid nanofluids using continuous GalerkinPetrov method, The European Physical Journal Plus 135 (2), 218. Impact Factor: 3.69, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q2.
9. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, (2019), On the observation of extended microstructures and localized deformations in granular materials – a feature of exact quasi-convex energy envelope, Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures 16 (4), 1-25. (Impact Factor: 1.125)
10. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, (2019), Analytical results for the equilibrium configurations of a three-phase elastic material, American Institute of Physics Advances 9 (2), 025119. Impact Factor: 1.65, HEC Recognized as ’X’; Q3.
11. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, (2019), Martensitic detwinning microstructures in crystalline materials – mechanical modeling with exact computation of relaxed energy: a time incremental formulation, American Institute of Physics Advances, 9, 065012. (Impact Factor: 1.65)
12. M. Ijaz Khan, M. Sabeel Khan, A. Gonzalez Araya, (2019), Linear stability characteristics of the pressuregradient driven flow confined in concentric cylinders with the rotation of outer cylinder and translation of inner cylinder, American Institute of Physics Advances, 9, 065013. (Impact Factor: 1.65)
13. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, Muhammad Ijaz Khan, (2018), A Novel Numerical Algorithm based on Galerkin- Petrov Time-Discretization Method for Solving Chaotic Nonlinear Dynamical Systems, Nonlinear Dynamics 91 (03), 1555-1569. Impact Factor: 5.022, HEC Recognized as (’W’; Q1).
14. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, Taimoor Dil, (2018), A non-Fourier approach towards the analysis of heat transfer enhancement with water based nanofluids through a channel, American Institute of Physical Advances 8 (5), 055311. (Impact Factor: 1.65)
15. Sabeel M. Khan, Danish A. Sunny, M. Aqeel, (2017), A variational numerical method based on finite elements for the nonlinear solution characteristics of the periodically forced Chen system, European Physical Journal Plus 132:395. Impact Factor: 3.69, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q2.
16. M. Sabeel Khan, T. Dil, (2017), Heat transfer enhancement of automobile radiator using H2OCuO nanofluid, AIP Advances 7, 045018. (Impact Factor: 1.65)
17. Sabeel M. Khan, M. Hammad, S. Batool, H. Kaneez, (2017), Investigation of MHD effects and heat transfer for the upper-convected Maxwell (UCM-M) micropolar fluid with Joule heating and thermal radiation using a hyperbolic heat flux equation, European Physical Journal Plus 132:158. Impact Factor: 3.69, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q2.
18. Muhammad Sabeel Khan, Hajra Kaneez, (2017), Nonlinear vibration analysis of Euler-Bernoulli beams by using continuous Galerkin-Petrov time-discretization method, Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures 14 (09), 1695-1709. (Impact Factor: 1.125)
19. Sabeel M. Khan, M. Hammad, and D.A. Sunny, (2017), Chemical reaction, thermal relaxation time and internal material parameter effects on MHD viscoelastic fluid with internal structure using the Cattaneo-Christov heat flux equation, European Physical Journal Plus 132: 338. Impact Factor: 3.69, HEC Recognized as ’W’; Q2.
CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
1. Vollmari K, Khan M.S., Kruggel-Emden H., (2015), Numerical and Experimental investigation of the pressure drop in packings of spherical and non-spherical particles, AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conf. Proc. 1648, 400002. (doi:10:1063=1:4912622).
2. Kravets B, Khan M.S., Kruggel-Emden H., (2015), Development and applicaton of thermal Lattice Boltzmann scheme, AIP (American Institute of Physics) Conf. Proc. 1648, 400003. (doi:10:1063=1:4912623).
3. Khan M.S., Hackl K., (2013), A constitutive model for granular materials with microstructures using the concept of energy relaxation. Proc. Appl. Math. Mech. 13, 187-188. (doi:10:1002=pamm:201310089).
4. Khan M.S., Hackl K., (2012), Prediction of microstructure in a Cosserat continuum using relaxed energies. Proc. Appl. Math. Mech. 12, 265-266. (doi:10:1002=pamm:201210123).
5. Hackl K, Khan M.S., (2013), A constitutive model for granular materials with microstructures using the concept of energy relaxation. 8th German-Greek-Polish Symposium, Recent Advances in Mechanics, Book of Abstracts 44-45. (ISBN 978-3-88722-739-5).

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