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Mr. Manzar Masud (PhD Scholar NUST, Pakistan)

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PROFILE SUMMARY

Manzar Masud has received his BSc degree in Aerospace engineering from Institute of Space Technology, Pakistan and MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from HITEC University, Pakistan. Currently, he is enrolled as a PhD candidate in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, National University of Science and Technology, Pakistan. His research interests include computational mechanics, mechanics of composite materials and optimization of manufacturing processes. Manzar Masud has more than 10 years of teaching experience and currently working as a lecturer at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Capital University of Science and Technology, Pakistan.

QUALIFICATION
PhD Scholar Mechanical Engineering SMME, NUST, Pakistan Since – 2018
MS Mechanical Engineering HITEC University, Taxila, Pakistan 2014
BS Aerospace Engineering Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 2009
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2020
Lecturer Wah Engineering College, University of Wah, Wah Cantt 2011 – 2020
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
Research Assistant HSCL, Hanyang University, South Korea 2016 – 2017
Application Engineer SUMICO Technologies, Pakistan 2009 – 2011
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Ali MU, Khan HF, Masud M, Kallu KD, Zafar A. A machine learning framework to identify the hotspot in photovoltaic module using infrared thermography. Sol Energy. 2020;208:643–51.
2. Surkhail Tariq, Adnan Tariq, Manzar Masud, Zabdur Rehman and Mohsin Saleem, “ Minimizing the casting defects in HPDC using Taguchi Analysis: A Case Study”, Applied Sciences,2020 (Accepted)
3. Masud M, Manarvi I, Sattar A. Finite element analysis (FEA) for wrinkling initiation in ASTM A36 steel sheet metals. Appl Mech Mater. 2012;197.
4. Sattar A, Manarvi IA, Masud M. Prediction of wrinkling initiation and growth in aluminum 5456-H116, alloy sheets by finite element analysis of yoshida test. Appl Mech Mater. 2012;197

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