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Mr. Talha Ahmed (MS CUST, Islamabad)

Associate Lecturer
PROFILE SUMMARY

At the helm of Capital University, currently serving as Associate Lecturer in The Department of Civil Engineering and Co-Patron, Technical/Creative Head in Capital Media Group at Capital University. The research interests are in Water Resources and Material Engineering with multiple publications. Engr. Talha Ahmed graduated from Capital University of Science and Technology in 2019; served as internee engineer in Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission and Highway Design Engineer in Zeeruk International Pvt. Ltd. However, Engr. Talha Ahmed sits with a unique blend of creative vision. Challenged to both, inspire and brainstorm fresh ideas, manage deliverables, and captivate the target and the one to shape the visual aspects with promotional efforts that helps Capital University rise through the ranks.

QUALIFICATION
MS Water Resources Engineering and Management Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad 2021
BS Civil Engineering Capital University of Science and Technology, Islamabad 2019
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Lecturer Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad Since – 2022
Lab Engineer Capital University of Science and Technology (CUST), Islamabad 2019 – 2021
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
Highway Design Engineer Zeeruk International PVT. LTD. 2018
Internee Engineer Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission 2016
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Registered Engineer Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC), Islamabad
Affiliate Member American Society for Civil Engineers, ASCE
HONORS & AWARDS
1. Gold Medalist (MS Civil Engineering)
2. Awarded six consecutive Dean’s Honor Roll for achieving more than 3.5 GPA.
HONORS & AWARDS
  • Highway Engineering
  • Material Engineering
  • Water Resource Engineering
  • Graphic Designing
CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
1. Ahmed, T., Farooqi, M. U., & Ali, M. (2020). Compressive behavior of rice straw-reinforced concrete for rigid pavements. MS&E, 770(1), 012004.
2. Imtiaz, I., Ahmed, T. (2020). Design and probable improvement of fiber-reinforced concrete canal-lining by role of roughness coefficient, CSCE 2nd Conference on Sustainability in Civil Engineering 2020.
3. Imtiaz, I., Ahmed, T. (2020). Efficiency of XRD method for studying FRC Composites – A review, CSCE 2nd Conference on Sustainability in Civil Engineering 2020.
4. Ahmed, T. & Hassan, I. (2021). Flood risk assessment modelling techniques – A review. 1st International Conference on Applied Engineering and Natural Sciences (ICAENS’21).
5. Ahmed, U., Ahmed, T., & Ali, M. (2022). Workability of cotton yarn fibre reinforced concrete for easy pouring .1st International Conference on Engineering and Applied Natural Sciences (ICEANS’22).
6. Ahmed, T., Ahmed, U., & Ali, M. (2022). Potential of hemp fibre in improving the performance of concrete canal-lining.1st International Conference on Engineering and Applied Natural Sciences (ICEANS’22).
7. Ahmed, T., Farooqi, M. U., & Ali, M. (2020). Compressive behavior of rice straw-reinforced concrete for rigid pavements. MS&E, 770(1), 012004.
8. Imtiaz, I., Ahmed, T. (2020). Design and probable improvement of fiber-reinforced concrete canal-lining by role of roughness coefficient, CSCE 2nd Conference on Sustainability in Civil Engineering 2020.
9. Imtiaz, I., Ahmed, T. (2020). Efficiency of XRD method for studying FRC Composites – A review, CSCE 2nd Conference on Sustainability in Civil Engineering 2020.

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