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Dr. Shakil Ahmad
Assistant Professor
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National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
 
Tel : 051-90854614

Specialization
Water Resources Engineering

Education
PhD (Civil Engineering(Water Resources Engineering), University of Tokyo, Japan), MS (Water Resources Engineering, Pakistan)

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, Kazuaki Nishii, On the Dynamics of Extreme Meteorological Droughts during Pakistan Summer Monsoon by Focusing the Anomalous States of Upper Troposphere, Abstract ID 1446637, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2012, San Francisco, California, USA, 03-07 December 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, Kazuaki Nishii, On the Dynamics of Extreme Meteorological Droughts during Pakistan Summer Monsoon by Focusing the Anomalous States of Upper Troposphere, 5th International Conference on Water Resources and Arid Environments (ICWRAE), Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 02-05 December 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, Kazuaki Nishii, Characteristics of Climatological, Dry and Wet Summer Monsoon in Pakistan by focusing on the Upper Troposphere, International Conference on Earth Science and Climate Change, Earth Sciences 2012 – OMICS Conferences, Hilton Chicago/Northbrook, USA, 21-22 August 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, Kazuaki Nishii, Characteristics Features of the Dry and Wet Summer Monsoon in Pakistan by Focusing on the Anomalous States of the Upper Troposphere, 4th World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) International Conference on Reanalysis, Abstract ID 40575919, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA, 7-11 May 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, Kazuaki Nishii, A Study on Extremely Dry and Wet Summer Monsoon in Pakistan by Focusing on the Anomalous States of the Upper Troposphere, European Geophysical Union (EGU) General Assembly, Abstract ID 75588, EGU2012-4726 (Vol. 14), Vienna, Austria, 22-27 April 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, A Study on Extremely Dry and Wet Summer Monsoon in Pakistan by Focusing on the Anomalous States of the Upper Troposphere, Thesis submitted as a partial requirement of Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, March 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Kazuaki Nishii, Toru Tamura, Tetsu Ohta, Eiji Ikoma, Masaru Kitsuregawa, Toshio Koike, Characteristics of Climatological Tropospheric Conditions during Pre-monsoon and Matured Phases of Pakistan Summer Monsoon, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), B1 (Hydraulic Engineering) Vol. 68 (No. 4): PP I_157-I_162, ISSN: 5698, 6-8 March 2012.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike, Kazuaki Nishii, Toru Tamura, Maheswor Shrestha, Role of Anomalous States of Upper Tropospheric Circulation on Extremely Dry and Wet Summer Monsoon Events, Abstract ID A31F-0151, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, California, USA, 5-9 December 2011.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Toshio Koike; Toru Tamura; Kazuaki Nishii; Mohamed Rasmy Abdul Wahid, Role of Anomalous States of Upper Tropospheric Circulation on Extremely Dry and Wet Summer Monsoon Events, Abstract ID: 75588, Session: C39, Open Conference organized by World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), Denver, Colorado, USA, 24-28 October 2011.

  • Zakir Hussain Dahri, Bashir Ahmad, Joseph H. Leach, Shakil Ahmad, Satellite Based Snowcover Distribution and Associated Snowmelt Modeling in Sawat River Basin of Pakistan, Proceedings of Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Vol 48 (No. 1): PP 19–32, ISSN: 0377-2969, 2011.

  • Zakir Hussain Dahri, Ata-ur-Rehman Tariq, Bashir Ahmad, Ghulam Ali, Shakil Ahmad, Numerical Analysis of Groundwater Flow and Solute Transport under Skimming Well, Journal of Science, Technology and Development, Pakistan, Vol. 30 (No. 1): PP 12-28, ISSN: 0254-6418, 2011.

  • Sajjiad Haider, Tayyab Akram, Shakil Ahmad, 2D Numerical Simulation of River Hydrodynamics-Application to Indus River Reach Downstream Ghazi Barrage, The Second International Conference on Environmentally Sustainable Development “ESDev-2007” organized by the Department of Environmental Sciences, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Abbottabad, Pakistan , PP 659-665, ISBN:978-969-8779-13-9, 26-27 August 2007.

  • Shakil Ahmad, H.F. Gabriel, Evaluation of Effectiveness of Seepage Control Measures at Tarbela Dam, Thesis submitted as a partial requirement of M.Sc. in Water Resources Engineering, Centre of Excellence in Water Resources Engineering (CEWRE), University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore, Pakistan, 2002.

  • Shakil Ahmad, Bench Test of Diesel Fuel Injection Pump, Technical Report submitted as a partial requirement of B.Sc. Agricultural Engineering, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering & Technology, University of Agriculture (UAF), Faisalabad, Pakistan, 1997

  • Almost 12 years of professional experience in water resource engineering & atmospheric science fields, comprising: academic, climate system, water cycle variability, hydrological & hydraulic studies, water availability analysis, reservoir capacity, sedimentation, optimization & operation studies, etc.

  • Academic contribution in the fields of hydrology, hydrometeorology, dynamical meteorology, water resources engineering & management, irrigation engineering and hydraulics.

  • South Asian monsoon climate system & its inter-annual variability, mechanisms of extreme events (like floods & droughts) and their predictability.

  • Hydrological & hydrodynamic modeling on a variety of dams, hydropower & environmental projects.

  • Supervised/involved in various water resources development & management projects for planning, feasibility, designing, implementation, execution, monitoring and evaluation.

  • Worked on Pakistan National Water Policy, efficacy of past drainage, water rights in canal commands, etc.

  • Supervised construction of water resources development & management schemes (like water harvesting structures, water lifting devices, tube wells, water channels/courses lining, water catch drains, check dams, terracing, sprinkler/trickle irrigation systems, land leveling, etc) through community/beneficiary participation.

  • Conducted farmers training in water resources management, construction techniques and cost estimation.