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Dr. Zeeshan Ali Khan
Assistant Professor
Environmental Engineering

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Tel : +92-51-9085-4354

Satellite remote sensing of atmospheric particulate matter

PhD (Environmental Engineering and Management Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand) MSc (Environmental Engineering and Management) Bachelor (Chemical Engineering)



University / Country

Year of Passing




NWFP University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar, Pakistan


Chemical Engineering

Petroleum and Refinery Processes


Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand


Environmental Engineering and Management

Air Pollution







Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand


Environmental Engineering and Management

Satellite Remote Sensing of Particulate Matter

Research Areas
  • Air-pollution Monitoring and Control
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Energy and air pollution modeling
  • Co-pyrolysis of bio-mass

  • Ahmed, N., Zeeshan, M., Iqbal, N., Farooq, M. Z., & Shah, S. A. Y. (2018). Investigation on bio-oil yield and quality with scrap tire addition in sugarcane bagasse pyrolysis. Journal of Cleaner Production, 196, 927-934. (IF 5.71)​
  • Shah, S. A. Y., Zeeshan, M., Farooq, M. Z., Ahmed, N., & Iqbal, N. (2018). Co-pyrolysis of cotton stalk and waste tire with a focus on liquid yield quantity and quality. Renewable Energy, 130, 238-244. (IF 4.36)​
  • Asif, A., Zeeshan, M., & Jahanzaib, M. (2018). Indoor temperature, relative humidity and CO 2 levels assessment in academic buildings with different heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. Building and Environment, 133, 83-90 (IF 4.05)
  • Asif, A., Zeeshan, M., Hashmi, I., Zahid, U. & Bhatti, M. F. (2018). Microbial quality assessment of indoor air in a large hospital building during winter and spring seasons. Building and Environment, 135, 68-73 (IF 4.05)
  • Farooq, M. Z., Zeeshan, M., Iqbal, S., Ahmed, N., & Shah, S. A. Y. (2018). Influence of waste tire addition on wheat straw pyrolysis yield and oil quality. Energy, 144, 200-206 (IF 4.5)
  • Khan, S. R., Zeeshan, M., & Iqbal, S. (2018). Thermal management of newly developed non-noble metal-based catalytic converter to reduce cold start emissions of small internal combustion engine. Chemical Engineering Communications, 205(5), 680-688 (IF 1.29)
  • Ahmad, W., Noor, T., & Zeeshan, M. (2017). Effect of synthesis route on catalytic properties and performance of Co3O4/TiO2 for carbon monoxide and hydrocarbon oxidation under real engine operating conditions. Catalysis Communications, 89, 19-24 (IF 3.5)
  • Shah, I. H., & Zeeshan, M. (2016). Estimation of light duty vehicle emissions in Islamabad and climate co-benefits of improved emission standards implementation. Atmospheric Environment, 127, 236-243 (IF 3.6)
  • Muhammad, Z., & Thi, K. O. N. (2015). Relationship of MISR component AODs with black carbon and other ground monitored particulate matter composition. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 6(1), 62-69 (IF 1.63)
  • Zeeshan, M., & Oanh, N. K. (2014). Assessment of the relationship between satellite AOD and ground PM10 measurement data considering synoptic meteorological patterns and Lidar data. Science of the Total Environment, 473, 609-618 (IF 4.9)
  • ENE-817 Air & Noise Pollution Control
  • ENE812 Modeling of Environmental Systems
  • ENE-454 Energy Resources and Management​
  • ENE-455 Environmental Modeling
  • ENE-441 Air and Noise Pollution Control

•    Assistant Professor (April 2014 Onward)
Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering (IESE)
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Islamabad, Pakistan

•    Apprentice Engineer (Operations) (Feb 2006 to Feb 2007)
Fauji Fertilzers Company Limited, Goth Machi, Sadiqabad, Pakistan

•    Junior consultant (Oct 2005 to Feb 2006)
Ravi Gas Private Limited, Islamabad , Pakistan