Resume Details

Personal Information
Name: Sher Jamal Kha
Discipline: Engineering Institution: National University of Science & Technology
Gender: Male Department: Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering
Specialization: Environmental Engineering Present Position: Assistant Professor
Address: Institute of Environmental Science and Engineering National University of Sciences and Technology Sector H-12, Islamabad Pakistan City: Islamabad
Email: s.jamal@iese.nust.edu.pk Phone: 051-9085-4353
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Education History
Year
Degree
Field of Study
Institution/University
2000
B.Sc Civil Engineering University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, Pakistan
2003
MS Civil and Environmental Engineering Portland State University, Oregon, USA
2008
PhD Environmental Engineering and Management Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand

 Professional Experience
Institution/ Organization
Position / Job Title
Period
From
To
National University of Sciences and Technology Assistant Professor
Feb. 2008
Present
National University of Sciences and Technology Lecturer
Dec. 2003
Jan. 2008

Research Interests
  Biological Processes in Wastewater Treatment; Membrane Technology

 Publications in HEC Recognized Journals
1. C. Visvanathan and V. Jegatheesan "Prediction of membrane fouling in MBR systems using empirically estimated specific cake resistance" (2009) Bioresource Technology Vol:100 pp:6133-6136 (Journal)
2. C. Visvanathan "Influence of mechanical mixing intensity on a biofilm structure and permeability in a membrane bioreactor" (2008) Desalination Vol:231 pp:253-267 (Journal)
3. C. Visvanathan, V. Jegatheesan and R. Ben Aim "Influence of mechanical mixing rates on sludge characteristics and membrane fouling in MBRs" (2008) Separation Science and Technology Vol:43 pp:1-13 (Journal)

Post-Graduate Supervision
Type Role  No. of Students Supervised & Awarded Degrees  No. of Students In Progress
HEC Funded Non-HEC Funded
MS/Mphil Supervisor 3 0 2
PhD Supervisor 0 1 1

Students Supervised
Name of student
Dissertation
Title
Year of graduation
Muhammad Ali MS Thesis Impacts of land use change on surface runoff of Lai Nullah Basin
2009
Shazia Ilyas MS Thesis Effects of COD/N Ratios on Treatment Performance and Fouling Propensity in a Membrane Bioreactor
2010
Sadaf Javid MS Thesis Influence of Nitrogen Loading Rate on Nutrients Removal in an Attached Growth Membrane Bioreactor
2010

 Research Grants/Projects
1. "Membrane Bioreactor Technology for Wastewater Treatment and Reuse"  (3.99 Million)  By: Higher Education Commission (HEC)  (April 2009-March 2011)  Dr. Sher Jamal Khan  Dr. C. Visvanathan 

Conferences/Seminars/Workshops
1. Conference on "Prediction of membrane fouling in MBR systems using empirically estimated specific cake resistance"  Townsville, Australia (7/14/2009-7/17/2009)  [Foreign] 
2. Conference on "Influence of mechanical mixing rates on sludge characteristics and membrane fouling in MBRs"  Toulouse, France (7/9/2007-7/12/2007)  [Foreign] 
Last Updated: Tuesday, September 21, 2010