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Dr. Shahmir Janjua (PhD CUST, Islamabad)

Assistant Professor
PROFILE SUMMARY

Dr. Shahmir Janjua did his BE Civil Engineering and MS Construction Engineering and Management from National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan. He did his PhD in Civil Engineering (Specialization in Water Resource Management) from Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan. The focus of his research is “Hydropolitics and Conflict Management in Trans-boundary River Basins” and “Water Allocation Mechanisms using Mathematical Models”. His research focused on the development of novel methods to conflict management in international natural resources and trans-boundary rivers. Moreover, he is working on resilient mechanisms in international environmental and water management.

QUALIFICATION
PhD Civil Engineering Capital University of Science and Technology Islamabad, Pakistan 2021
MS Construction Engineering and Management National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 2013
BS Construction Engineering and Management National University of Science and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan 2010
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2021
Lecturer University of Wah, Wah Cantt 2011 – 2021
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Member Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS
  1. Water Resource Management ;
  2. Water Diplomacy;
  3. Water Allocation Mechanisms;
  4. Agent Based Modelling in Water Resource Management;
  5. Construction Management.
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Janjua, S., & Hassan, I. (2020). Transboundary water allocation in critical scarcity conditions: a stochastic bankruptcy approach. Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology-AQUA, 69(3), 224-237.(Impact Factor: 1.6 W Category).
2. Janjua, S., & Hassan, I. (2020). Use of bankruptcy methods for resolving interprovincial water conflicts over transboundary river: case study of Indus River in Pakistan. River Research and Applications, 36(7), 1334-1344. (Impact Factor: 2.44 W Category)
3. Janjua, S., & Hassan, I. (2020). Fuzzy AHP-TOPSIS multi-criteria decision analysis applied to the Indus Reservoir system in Pakistan. Water Supply, 20(5), 1933-1949. (Impact Factor: 1.27, W Category).
4. Tariq, M. A. U. R., van de Giesen, N., Janjua, S., Shahid, M. L. U. R., & Farooq, R. (2020). An Engineering Perspective of Water Sharing Issues in Pakistan. Water, 12(2), 477 (Impact Factor: 3.1, W Category).
5. Janjua, S., Hassan, I., & Islam, S. (2020). Role and relevance of three enabling conditions to resolve inter-provincial water conflicts in the Indus basin within Pakistan. Water Policy, 22(5), 811-824. (Impact Factor: 1.43, W Category).
6. Janjua, S., Hassan, I., Zarghami, M., & Islam, S. (2020). Addressing the supply-demand gap in shared rivers using water diplomacy framework: utility of game theory in the Indus River within Pakistan. Water Policy, 22(5), 789-810. (Impact Factor: 1.43, W Category).
7. Janjua, S., Ali, M. U., Kallu, K. D., Ibrahim, M. M., Zafar, A., & Kim, S. (2021). A Game-Theoretic Approach for Electric Power Distribution during Power Shortage: A Case Study in Pakistan. Applied Sciences, 11(11), 5084. (Impact Factor: 2.67, W Category).

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