Name 
Zakir Hussain 
Title 
Dr. 
Department 
Mathematics 

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Short introduction 
Dr. Zakir Hussain got his Ph.D degree in Mathematics from QuaidiAzam University Islamabad. Currently he is working as an Assistant Professor at Department of Mathematics University of Baltistan Sakrdu. He has acquired extensive knowledge in the field of fluid mechanics. He has published 19 research articles in the field of science and engineering with 54.233 Impact Factors having 473 google citations. 

Keywords 
Fluid mechanics, Numerical analysis, Heat and mass transfer, NonNewtonian fluid, Viscous fluid, Nanofluids. 

RESEARCH PROJECTS / FOCUS AREAS 

Title and description of research projects/focus areas 
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Simulation, Mathematical Modeling, Newtonian and nonNewtonian Fluids, Numerical Simulation, Numeric’s of nonlinear PDEs 

PUBLICATIONS 
Thermally stratified stagnation point flow of an OldroydB fluid, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, M. Farooq, A. Alsaedi, M. Obaid, International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation 15 7786 (2014). Impact Factor: 1.162 Effects of homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions and melting heat in the viscoelastic fluid flow, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, M. Farooq, A. Alsaedi, Journal of Molecular Liquids 215, 749755. Impact Factor: 4.513 Heterogeneoushomogeneous reactions and melting heat transfer effects in flow with carbon nanotubes, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, B. Ahmad, Journal of Molecular Liquids 220, 200207. Impact Factor: 4.513 Effects of homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions in flow of nanofluids over a nonlinear stretching surface with variable surface thickness, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, T. Muhammad, A. Alsaedi, Journal of Molecular Liquids 221, 11211127. Impact Factor: 4.513 Carbon nanotubes effects in the stagnation point flow towards a nonlinear stretching sheet with variable thickness, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, S. Asghar, Advanced Powder Technology 27, 16771688. Impact Factor: 2.943 Magnetohydrodynamic flow by a stretching cylinder with Newtonian heating and homogeneousheterogeneous reactions, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, M. Farooq, PloS one 11 (6), e0156955. Impact Factor: 2.766 Influence of heterogeneoushomogeneous reactions in thermally stratified stagnation point flow of an OldroydB fluid, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, Results in Physics 6, 11611167. Impact Factor: 2.147 Base fluids with CNTs as nanoparticles through nonDarcy porous medium in convectively heated flow: A comparative study, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, B. Ahmed, A. Alsaedi, Advanced Powder Technology 28, 18551865. Impact Factor: 2.943 Numerical study for slip flow of carbon–water nanofluids, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, B. Ahmed, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 319, 366378. Impact Factor: 4.441 Outcome of homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions in Darcy Forchheimer flow with nonlinear thermal radiation and convective condition, T. Hayat, F. Shah, A. Alsaedi, Zakir Hussain, Results in Physics 7, 24972505. Impact Factor: 2.147 Computational analysis for velocity slip and diffusion species with carbon nanotubes, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, A. Hobiny, Results in Physics 7, 30493058. Impact Factor: 2.147 Homogeneous and heterogeneous reactions effects in flow with Joule heating and viscous dissipation, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, M. Farooq, A. Alsaedi, Journal of Mechanics 110. Impact Factor: 0.86 Nanofluid flow through a porous space with convective conditions and heterogeneous–homogeneous reactions, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, M. Mustafa, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 70, 119126. Impact Factor: 3.849 Threedimensional convective flow of CNTs nanofluids with heat generation/absorption effect: A numerical study, Zakir Hussain, T. Hayat, A. Alsaedi, B. Ahmed, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 329 4054. Impact Factor: 4.441 Outcomes of double stratification in Darcy–Forchheimer MHD flow of viscoelastic nanofluid, T. Hayat, F. Shah, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 40:145. Impact Factor: 1.627 An optimal solution for magnetohydrodynamic nanofluid flow over a stretching surface with constant heat flux and zero nanoparticles flux, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi, T. Muhammad, Neural Computing and Applications18. Impact Factor: 4.213 MHD flow of PowellEyring fluid by a stretching cylinder with Newtonian heating, T. Hayat, Zakir Hussain, M. Farooq, A. Alsaedi, Thermal Science 162162. Impact Factor: 1.431 Darcy Forhheimer aspects for CNTs nanofluid past a stretching cylinder; Using Keller box method, Results in Physics (2018). Zakir Hussain, T. Hayat, A. Alsaedi, B. Ahmed. Impact Factor: 2.147 2019 Darcy Forchheimer flow of Jeffrey nanofluid with heat generation/absorption and melting heat transfer, Thermal Science (2019). T. Hayat, F. Shah, Zakir Hussain, A. Alsaedi. Impact Factor: 1.431 

ACHIEVMENTS/ AWARDS 
1. Merit Scholarship during Ph.D at QuaidIAzam University, Islamabad 2. Merit Scholarship during M.Phil at QuaidIAzam University, Islamabad 

MEMBERSHIPS 
Reviewer of the following International Journals Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, Informatics in MedicineInternational Journal of Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society, Heat and Mass Transfer, Results in Physics, Scientia Iranica, PhysicaA etc 


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Lab/Office Address 
Department of Mathematics, University of Baltistan Skardu. 

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