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Dr. Shafqat Hussain (PhD TU-Dortmund, Germany)

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Shafqat Hussain completed his PhD degree from Institute of Applied Mathematics and Numerics,
Technische Universitat Dortmund, Germany. His research area is mainly Computational Fluid Dynamics using Finite Element Method (FEM). He also worked part time as Assistant Professor at Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Bochum, Germany. He joined Mohammad Ali Jinnah University in February 2013 and involved in various teaching and research activities. Dr. Hussain has supervised many MPhil/PhD projects and published around 40 research articles in the well reputed international journals.

QUALIFICATION
PhD Mathematics TU-Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
MS Mathematics CIIT, Islamabad, Pakistan.
MSc Mathematics B. Z. University, Multan, Pakistan
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2016
Assistant Professor Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad 2013 – 2016
Lecturer CIIT, Islamabad, Pakistan 2004 – 2008
Assistant Professor (Visiting) Fakultät für Mathematik, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany. 2004 – 2007
Lecturer (Visiting) Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan 2002 – 2004
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS

1. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD);
2. Finite Element Methods (FEM);
3. Time Discretization Schemes;
4. Numerical Simulations;
5. Multigrid and Krylov subspace iterative methods;
6. Heat and Mass Transfer;
7. Porous Media and Nanofluid Flow;
8. Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD);
9. Computational Biology;

RESEARCH SUPERVISION
1. PhD \Peristaltic Flow of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluids”
2. PhD \MHD entropy generation and mixed convection of copper-water nanouid ow in a horizontal channel with cavity including Joule heating” (In Progress)
3. PhD \MHD e ects and heat transfer for the UCM uid along with Joule heating and thermal radiation using Cattaneo-Christov heat ux model” (In Progress)
4. PhD \Entropy generation and squeezing ow past a Riga plate with Cattaneo-Christov heat ux” (In Progress)
5. PhD \A study of thermosolutal convective transport in nanouids” (In Progress)
6. MPhil MHD boundary layer ow of Williamson nanouid with the e ect of Cattaneo-Christov heat ux
7. MPhil Stagnation point ow with MHD along Slip conditions Cattaneo-Christov heat ux and homogeneous-heterogeneous
8. MPhil Numerical simulation of natural convective ow in an inclined cavity with internal heat generation/absorption”
9. MPhil \Numerical Solution of Boundary Layer Stagnation-point Flow Over a Shrinking Sheet with Joule Heating and Viscous Dissipation”
10. MPhil \Magnetohydrodynamics mixed convective nanouid ow over backward facing step with internal heat generation/absorption”
11. MPhil \Numerical simulation of mixed convective ow in an inclined channel with cavity with Cu-water nanouid in porous medium”
12. MPhil \Numerical simulation for MHD boundary layer ow of Casson uid over shrinking sheet with thermal radiation”
13. MPhil \Joule heating and Radiation E ect on MHD Heat and Mass Transfer Flow over a Shrinking Sheet”
14. MPhil \Numerical simulation of MHD mixed convection heat transfer of nanouid in a cavity with Joule heating”
15. MPhil \Numerical simulation of mixed convection nanouid ow in an inclined square cavity with discrete heat sources”
16. MPhil \MHD free convective ow of nanouid over a vertical plate through permeable channel with chemical reaction”
17. MPhil \Steady slip ow and heat transfer with thermophysical properties”
18. MPhil \E ect of heat transfer on magnetohydrodynamic axisymmetric ow between two stretching sheets”
19. MPhil \Thermal e ect on MHD unsteady Newtonian uid ow over a stretching sheet stretching sheet”
20. MPhil \Internal heat generation e ect on unsteady MHD free convective heat transfer ow along a vertical surface”
21. MPhil \MHD boundary layer ow and heat transfer of nanouid over a stretching sheet with thermal radiation”
22. MPhil \Joule heating and viscous dissipation e ects on MHD mixed convective nanouid ow through vertical channel”
23. MPhil \Numerical Solution for Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) Viscous Flow over a Stretching Sheet”
24. MPhil \Numerical solution for HIV infection of CD4+ T-cells model using the Galerkin scheme”
25. MPhil \MHD Flow of a Nanouid past an Exponential Stretching Sheet with Thermal Radiation and Joule Heating”
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. S. Hussain, H. F.  Oztop, K. Mehmood and N. A. Hamdeh, \Control of Combined Convection in a Nanouid Filled Lid Driven Closed Space via Rectangular Bar in the Presence of Magnetic Field”, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, Submitted for publication, (2018) [IF: 3.718].
2. S. Hussain, H. F.  Oztop, K. Mehmood and N. A. Hamdeh, \Numerical Simulation of Magneto Convection and Entropy Generation in a Nanouid Filled Square Enclosure Using a Monolithic Finite Element “, Numerical Heat Transfer Part A, Submitted for publication, (2018) [IF: 2.259].
3. F. Shahzad, M. Sagheer and S. Hussain, \Numerical simulation of magnetohydro dynamic Je rey nanouid ow and heat transfer over a stretching sheet considering Joule heating and viscous dissipation”, AIP Advances, In Press, xxxx (2018) [IF: 1.568].
4. S. Hussain, S. E. Ahmed and F. Saleem, \Impact of periodic magnetic eld on the entropy generation and mixed convection”, Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, In Press, (2018) [IF: 1.315].
5. N. Akmal, M. Sagheer and S. Hussain, \Numerical study focusing on the entropy analysis of MHD squeezing ow of a nanouid model using Cattaneo{Christov theory”, AIP Advances, 8, 055201-16 (2018) [IF: 1.568].
6. S. M. Atif, S. Hussain and M. Sagheer, \Numerical study of MHD micropolar Carreau nanouid in the presence of induced magnetic eld”, AIP Advances, 8, 035219-20 (2018) [IF: 1.568].
8. S. Shah, S. Hussain, M. Sagheer, \Impacts of variable thermal conductivity on stagnation point boundary layer ow past a Riga plate with variable thickness using generalized Fourier’s law”, Results in Physics, 9, 303-312 (2018) [IF: 0.946].
9. S. Hussain, K. Mehmood, M. Sagheer and M. Yamin, \Numerical simulation of double di usive mixed convective nanouid ow and entropy generation in a square porous enclosure”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 122, 1283{1297 (2018) [IF: 3.458].
10. T. Sajid, M. Sagheer, S. Hussain and M. Bilal, \Darcy-Forchheimer ow of Maxwell nanouid ow with nonlinear thermal radiation and activation energy”, AIP Advances, 8, 035102-19 (2018) [IF: 1.568].
11. S. Hussain, H. F.  Oztop, K. Mehmood and N. A. Hamdeh, \E ects of inclined magnetic eld on mixed convection in a nanouid lled double lid-driven cavity with volumetric heat generation or absorption using nite element method”, Chinese Journal of Physics, 56(2), 484{501 (2018) [IF: 0.514].
13. M. Atlas, S. Hussain and M. Sagheer, \Entropy generation and squeezing ow past a Riga plate with Cattaneo-Christov heat ux”, Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences: Technical Sciences, In Press, xx-xx (2017) [IF: 1.156].
14. M. Bilal, M. Sagheer, S. Hussain and R. N. Ahmed, \Thermally Radiative Rotating Magneto-Nanouid Flow over an Exponential Sheet with Heat Generation and Viscous Dissipation: A Comparative Study”, Communications in Theoretical Physics, 69, 317{328 (2017) [IF: IF:0.989].
15. M. Bilal, M. Sagheer and S. Hussain, \On MHD 3D upper convected Maxwell uid ow with thermophoretic e ect using non-linear radiative heat ux”, Canadian Journal of Physics, 96(1), 1{10 (2018) [IF: 0.877].
16. M. Bilal, M. Sagheer and S. Hussain, \Numerical study of magnetohydrodynamics and thermal radiation on Williamson nanouid ow over a stretching cylinder with variable thermal conductivity”, Alexandria Engineering Journal, In Press, xx{xx (2017) [IF(SNIP): 1.139].
18. S. Hussain, K. Mehmood, M. Sagheer and A. Farooq, \Entropy generation analysis of mixed convective ow in an inclined channel with cavity with Al2O3-water nanouid in porous medium”, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 89, 198{210 (2017) [IF:3.718].
19. A. Kamran, S. Hussain, M. Sagheer and N. Akmal, \A numerical study of magnetohydrodynamics ow in Casson nanouid combined with Joule heating and slip boundary conditions”, Results in Physics, 7, 3037-3048 (2017) [IF: 0.946].
20. S. Hussain, H. F.  Oztop, M. Jamal and N. A. Hamdeh, \Double di usive nanouid ow in a duct with cavity heated from below”, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 31-32, 535{545 (2017) [IF: 2.884].
21. S. Hussain, S. E. Ahmed and T. Akbar, \Entropy generation analysis in MHD mixed convection of hybrid nanouid in an open cavity with a horizontal channel containing an adiabatic obstacle”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 114, 1054{1066 (2017) [IF:3.458].
23. K. Mehmood, S. Hussain and M. Sagheer, \Numerical simulation of MHD mixed convection in alumina{water nanouid lled square porous cavity using KKL model: E ects of non-linear thermal radiation and inclined magnetic eld”, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 238, 485{498 (2017) [IF: 3.648].
24. K. Mehmood, S. Hussain and M. Sagheer, \Mixed convection in alumina-water nanouid lled lid-driven square cavity with an isothermally heated square blockage inside with magnetic eld e ect: Introduction”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 109, 397{409(2017) [IF: 3.458].
25. M. Bilal, S. Hussain and M. Sagheer, \Boundary layer ow of Magneto-micropolar nanouid ow with Hall and ion-slip e ects using variable thermal di usivity”, Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences: Technical Sciences, 65(3), 383-390 (2017) [IF: 1.156].
26. M. Bilal, M. Sagheer, S. Hussain and Y. Mehmood, \MHD stagnation point
ow of Williamson uid over a stretching cylinder with variable thermal conductivity and homogeneous/heterogeneous reaction”, Communications in Theoretical Physics, 67(6), 688{696 (2017) [IF: 0.989].
27. M. Bilal, M. Sagheer and S. Hussain, \Three dimensional MHD upper-convected Maxwell nanouid ow with nonlinear radiative heat ux”, Alexandria Engineering Journal, In Press, xx{xx (2017) [IF(SNIP): 1.139].
28. Y. Mehmood, M. Sagheer, S. Hussain and M. Bilal, \MHD stagnation point ow and heat transfer in viscoelastic uid with Cattaneo{Christov heat ux model”, Neural Computing and Applications, 2, 29021-8 (2017) [IF: 2.505].
29. Y. Mehmood, M. Sagheer, S. Hussain, \MHD oblique stagnation point ow of nanouid over a convective stretching surface”, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, 14(4), 1724{1734 (2017) [IF: 1.666].
30. S. Hussain, S. Ahmad, K. Mehmood, M. Sagheer, \E ects of inclination angle on mixed convective nanouid ow in a double lid-driven cavity with discrete heat sources”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 106, 847-860 (2017) [IF: 3.458].
32. S. Hussain, \Finite element solution for MHD Flow of Nanouids with Heat and Mass Transfer Through a Porous Media with Thermal Radiation, Viscous Dissipation and Chemical Reaction E ects”, Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 9(4), 904{923 (2017) [IF: 0.763].
33. M. A. Qureshi, S. Hussain and G. Shabbir, \Conservation of Hamiltonian using Continuous Galerkin Petrov time discretization scheme”, Mathematical Reports, 19(69), 061007-7 (2017)[IF: 0.246].
34. A. Shaheen, S. Hussain and S. Nadeem, \Physiological Flow of Je rey Six Constant Fluid Model due to Ciliary Motion”, Communications in Theoretical Physics, 66(6), 701-708 (2016) [IF: 0.989].
35. S. Shah, S. Hussain, M. Sagheer, \MHD e ects and heat transfer for the UCM uid along with Joule heating and thermal radiation using Cattaneo-Christov heat ux model”, AIP Advances, 6(8), 085103-11 (2016) [IF: 1.568].
36. K. Mehmood, S. Hussain, M. Sagheer, \Mixed convection ow with non-uniform heat source/sink in a doubly strati ed magnetonano uid”, AIP Advances, 6(6), 065126-23 (2016) [IF: 1.568].
37. S. Hussain, K. Mehmood, M. Sagheer, \MHD mixed convection and entropy generation of water{alumina nanouid ow in a double lid driven cavity with discrete heating”, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 419, 140-155 (2016) [IF: 2.630].
38. T. Hussain, S. Hussain and T. Hayat, \Impact of double strati cation and magnetic eld in mixed convective radiative ow of Maxwell nanouid”, Journal of Molecular Liquid, 220, 870{878 (2016) [IF: 3.648].
39. A. Akgul, S. Hussain and I. Pehlivan, \A new three-dimensional chaotic system, its dynamical analysis and electronic circuit applications”, Optik – International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, 127(18), 7062{7071 (2016) [IF: 0.835].
40. S. Nadeem, A. Munim, A. Shaheen, and S. Hussain, \Physiological ow of Carreau uid due to Ciliary motion”, AIP Advances, 6, 035125-15 (2016) [IF: 1.568].
41. S. Nadeem, A. Shaheen, and S. Hussain, \Physiological breakdown of Je rey six constant nanouid ow in an endoscope with nonuniform wall”, AIP Advances, 5, 1271431-15 (2015) [IF: 1.568].
42. S. Hussain and Z. Abidin, \Continuous Galerkin Petrov Time Discretization Scheme for the Solutions of the Chen System”, Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics, 10(6), 061007-7 (2015) [IF: 1.732].
43. S. Ahmad, S. Hussain, A. A. Siddiqui, A. Ali, M. Aqeel, \Application of Fourier transform to MHD ow over an accelerated plate with partial-slippage”, AIP Advances, 4, 067104-10
(2014) [IF: 1.568].
44. S. Hussain, F. Schieweck and S. Turek, \Ecient Newton-multigrid solution techniques for higher order space{time Galerkin discretizations of incompressible ow”, Applied Numerical Mathematics, 83(1), 51{71 (2014) [IF: 1.087].
45. S. Hussain, F. Schieweck and S. Turek, \On a Galerkin discretization of 4th order in space and time applied to the heat equation”, International Journal of Numerical Analysis & Modeling, Series B, 4(4), 353{371 (2013) [IF: 0.850].
46. S. Hussain, F. Schieweck and S. Turek, \An ecient and stable nite element solver of higher order in space and time for nonstationary incompressible ow”, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 73, 927{952 (2013) [IF: 1.652].
47. S. Hussain, F. Schieweck and S. Turek, \A note on accurate and ecient higher order Galerkin time stepping schemes for the nonstationary Stokes equations”, The Open Numerical Methods Journal, 4, 35-45 (2012) [IF: 0.0].
48. S. Hussain, F. Schieweck and S. Turek, \Higher order Galerkin time discretizations and fast multigrid solvers for the heat equation”, Journal of Numerical Mathematics, 19(1), 41{61(2011) [IF: 0.405].

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