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Dr. Salman Sagheer Warsi (PhD NUST, Islamabad)

Associate Professor
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Salman Warsi received his PhD in Design and Manufacturing Engineering from NUST, Pakistan and Masters in Design, Manufacture Management from University of Durham, UK. He has rich academic and industrial experience. He has been associated with CUST since 2011. In addition to his regular teaching responsibilities, he has been actively involved in the labs development of ME Department. Currently, he is also overseeing the curriculum development and working as Curriculum Coordinator of ME Department. His research focusses on manufacturing processes and system. He has extensively published on Sustainability Based Analysis of Machining Processes. Additionally, he is supervising PhD and Masters students on Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM). Prior to joining academia, he worked with Atlas Engineering Limited (AEL), Karachi, where he worked in different capacities in Aluminium Products and Engineering & Development (E&D) Department.

QUALIFICATION
PhD Design and Manufacturing National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Islamabad, Pakistan 2018
MSc Design, Manufacture and Management University of Durham, United Kingdom 2009
BSc Mechanical Engineering University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan 2001
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad Since – 2022
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad 2011 – 2021
Lecturer Swedish College of Engineering and Technology Wah Cantt 2010 – 2011
Industrial Experience
Assistant Manager (Engineering & Development) Atlas Engineering Limited, Karachi, Pakistan 2007 – 2008
Assistant Manager (Aluminium Products) Atlas Engineering Limited, Karachi Pakistan 2003 – 2007
Trainee Engineer Allwin Engineering Industries Limited, Karachi, Pakistan 2003
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Professional Engineer Pakistan Engineering Council
HONORS & AWARDS
1. Awarded Project by Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) on Development of Plastic Tile Production Machine
2. Shell Chevening Scholarship for Masters Studies in United Kingdom
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS
  1. Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SSCM)
  2. Sustainability based Analysis of Manufacturing Processes
  3. Development of Process Maps for Manufacturing Processes
  4. Optimization Methods
  5. Quality Engineering
  6. Process Improvement and Industrial Problem Solving
  7. Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma
RESEARCH SUPERVISION
1. Ph.D. Development of Decision Support Framework for Sustainable and Resilient Supplier Selection and Order Allocation- Scholar Name : Saheeb A. Kayani – Status: Synopsis defence done (December 2022)
2. MS Sustainable Supplier Selection and Order Allocation Using Fuzzy MCDM and Multi objective Optimization
3. MS Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Electromagnetic Forming of Al- 6061 Alloy Sheets
4. MS Fabrication of AA7075-ZrB2/B4C Surface Composites using Friction Stir Processing
5. MS Study of Implementation of WHO COVID-19 guidelines in Construction Industry of Pakistan
6. MS Study of Consumer behavior towards adoption of Renewable Energy Technologies using Technology Acceptance theories (TAM, TPB) coupled with Structural Equation Modelling
7. MS Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Mechanical properties of 3D printed Ti-6Al-4V Lettuce Architecture
Research Projects
Plastic Recycling: Development of Plastic Tile Production Machine PSF 2021
Follow-up Cost of Production Study of Agricultural Implements in Faisalabd and Daska Cluster PSF 2021
Optimization of Machining of Aerospace & Super Alloys USAID 2013 – 2014
PUBLICATIONS
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Liaqait, R.A., Warsi, S.S., Zahid, T., Ghafoor, U., Ahmad, M.S. and Selvaraj, J., 2021. A Decision Framework for Solar PV Panels Supply Chain in Context of Sustainable Supplier Selection and Order Allocation. Sustainability, 13(23), p.13216.
2. Zahid, T., Agha, M.H., Warsi, S.S. and Ghafoor, U., 2021. Redefining Critical Tasks for Responsive and Resilient Scheduling-an Intelligent Fuzzy Heuristic Approach. IEEE Access, 9, pp.145513-145521.
3. Warsi, S.S., Zahid, T., Elahi, H., Liaqait, R.A., Bibi, S., Gillani, F. and Ghafoor, U., 2021. Sustainability-based analysis of conventional to high-speed machining of Al 6061-T6 alloy. Applied Sciences, 11(19), p.9032.
4. Liaqait, R.A., Hamid, S., Warsi, S.S. and Khalid, A., 2021. A critical analysis of job shop scheduling in context of industry 4.0. Sustainability, 13(14), p.7684.
5. Liaqait, R.A., Warsi, S.S., Agha, M.H., Zahid, T. and Becker, T., 2021. A multi-criteria decision framework for sustainable supplier selection and order allocation using multi-objective optimization and fuzzy approach. Engineering Optimization, pp.1-22.
6. Warsi, S.S., Ahmad, R., Jaffery, S.H.I., Agha, M.H. and Khan, M., 2020. Development of specific cutting energy map for sustainable turning: a study of Al 6061 T6 from conventional to high cutting speeds. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 106(7), pp.2949-2960.
7. Liaqait, R.A., Agha, M.H., Warsi, S.S., Case Study On The Competitiveness Comparisons Of Karachi Port With The Neighboring Emerging Ports In Persian Gulf And Indian Ocean, NUST Business Review, Issue 1, Volume 2, 2020.
8. Khan, M.A., Jaffery, S.H.I., Khan, M., Younas, M., Butt, S.I., Ahmad, R. and Warsi, S.S., 2020. Multi-objective optimization of turning titanium-based alloy Ti-6Al-4V under dry, wet, and cryogenic conditions using gray relational analysis (GRA). The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 106(9), pp.3897-3911.
9. Ali Khan, M., Jaffery, S.H.I., Khan, M., Younas, M., Butt, S.I., Ahmad, R. and Warsi, S.S., 2019. Statistical analysis of energy consumption, tool wear and surface roughness in machining of Titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) under dry, wet and cryogenic conditions. Mechanical Sciences, 10(2), pp.561-573.
10. Warsi, S.S., Agha, M.H., Ahmad, R., Jaffery, S.H.I. and Khan, M., 2019. Sustainable turning using multi-objective optimization: a study of Al 6061 T6 at high cutting speeds. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 100(1-4), pp.843-855.
11. Warsi, S.S., Jaffery, S.H.I., Ahmad, R., Khan, M., Ali, L., Agha, M.H. and Akram, S., 2018. Development of energy consumption map for orthogonal machining of Al 6061-T6 alloy. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 232(14), pp.2510-2522.
12. Warsi, S.S., Jaffery, S.H.I., Ahmad, R., Khan, Agha, M.H. and Liaqat, A., 2018. Development and analysis of energy consumption map for high-speed machining of Al 6061-T6 alloy. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 96(1-4), pp.91-102.
CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
1. Khan, M., Warsi, S.S., Jaffery, S.H.I., Ahmad, R. and Younas, M., 2019. Analysis of Energy Consumption in Orthogonal Machining of Al 6061-T6 Alloy. In Advances in Manufacturing Technology XXXIII (pp. 327-333). IOS Press.
2. Akram, S., Imran, H., Khan, M., Mubashar, A., Warsi, S. and Riaz, U., 2016, April. A numerical investigation and experimental validation on chip morphology of aluminum alloy 6061 during orthogonal machining. In 2016 Moratuwa Engineering Research Conference (MERCon) (pp. 331-336). IEEE.
3. Warsi, S.S., Jaffery, H.I., Ahmad, R., Khan, M. and Akram, S., 2015, November. Analysis of power and specific cutting energy consumption in orthogonal machining of Al 6061-T6 alloys at transitional cutting speeds. In ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (Vol. 57366, p. V02BT02A057). American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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